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THTTESDAY, APF.IL 4, 1913.
Pl.TTSM6UTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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MANLEY STATE BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF CASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
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
THOMAS E. PARMEI,E
WM. J. RAU.
CHAS. C. PARMELE. President.
PRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER, Cashier.
CHAS. C. PARMELE
TWOMAS E. PARMELE
R. P. PATTERSON.
P. (5. EC.ENRERCER
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.
Our Facilities Enable Us to Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
Economically and on this Basis We Dnvite Your Patronage.
NEWS FROM ALV0
J. H. Foreman autoed to Lincoln
Wednesday on business.
Will Sutton, Mrs. Irene Stout and
son. Clyne, and Mrs. R. F. Johnson
and son, Robert, motored to Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea au
toed to Waverly Sunday afternoon.
Delightful Styles in
$. . s
Youthful lines control
these charming new addi
tions to the suit section.
Fabrics and colors aie those
most favored by Dame
Fashion for the younger set.
New styles just in
$24.75 to $38.50
for all Out-Door
Styles which can be worn
whether walking or ridingt
for school or dress occa
sions and always in per
fect tune with the fashions
of the hour.
hew styles this week
$10.50 to $37.50
Frocks for the miss in
her 'teens who desires
something a bit unusual in
style and color.
$7.50 to $35.00
FRED P. BUSCH. Manager
visiting the Ben Landis family and
remained to attend the Easter ser
vices in the evening.
Mrs. John Murtey went to Lincoln
P. F. Venner, of University Place,
was in town Monday.
L. H. Mickle drove to Weeping
Water Saturday, returning Sunday.
Mrs. S. C. Boyles and Mrs. Clara
Prouty were Lincoln visitors Mon
day. Grandpa Bobbitt spent Saturday
night with G. P. Foreman and fam
ily. Mrs. Fred Prouty went to Lincoln
Monday evening to be gone about a
A letter from Joe Foreman, last
week, states that he is at Morrison,
Four cars of stock were shipped
from here to the Omaha markets on
Jesse Mullen was down from
Lincoln Sunday calling on old
Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman were
dinner guests at the G. P. Foreman
Mr. Purbaugh, of Eagle, shipped
a car of cattle and hogs to South
Mr. and Mrs. Knicely and family
of Omaha spent Monday with Dr. L.
Meier and family.
Miss Mabel Stout, Mrs. Thomas
Stout, and Evelyn Stout were Lin
coin visitors Saturday.
Fred Weaver, of South Bend,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
forenoon with J. A. Shaffer."
The Farmers Union has invested
$50 in War Savings stamps and al
so given $50 to the Red Cross.
Representative John Murtey spent
Saturday and Sunday at home, re
turning to Lincoln Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. P. Rouse took
dinner Sunday with their daughter,
Mrs. Orville Quellhorst and family.
S. C. Boyles shipped two cars of
cattle and hogs to South Omaha on
Monday, accompanying the ship
ment. Chas. Foreman and sister, Aurel,
autoed to University Place Sunday
afternoon to visit at the C. IL Roper
Mrs. Noel Foreman has returned
to her home after spending the past
few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
O. N. Magee.
The Farmers Union has purchas
ed the east elevator here and took
possession Monday. Mr. R. E. Reitz
will be manager.
The Misses Esther and Anna Rasp,
of Omaha, spent Saturday night
and Sunday with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Rasp.
Mrs. Charles F. Rosenow, son, El
mer, and daughter, Mrs. Ray Clark,
and Mrs. J. A. Shaffer autoed to
Lincoln Saturday afternoon.
The Ladies Aid society will hold
and apron and bonnet and food sale
at, Weidman's store Saturday after
noon. Everyone -'is cordially invit
ed to attend.
The Farmers Union will give an
ice cream social Saturday evening,
April 13, for the benefit of the lo
cal chapter of the Red Cross. Ev
erybody is invited.
Rev. C. E. Connell and Joe Arm
strong motored to Lincoln Monday.
Mr. Armstrong visited his. daughter,
Mrs. Elmer Barrett, who was oper
ated upon for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bennett and
Mrs. Sara Caibner autoed to Lincoln
Saturday, to, see. .the former's mother
who is taking treatments there for
rheumatism,' and is improving.
Mrs. R. A. Boyles (Grandma) re
turned to her home last week af
ter spending the winter with her
son. Therm Boyles and family, at
Overton. A few of her friends drop
ped in on Friday evening to wel
come her home and enjoyed a de
licious picnic supper.
George Hall motored to our Cap
ital city Monday.
Arthur Skinner purchased a new
Buick Six at Eagle last week.
Sumner Hall reported for the na
val service at Omaha Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Vickers is recovering
from a severe attack of tonsilitis.
Miss Gladys Appleman visited
from Saturday until Monday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ap
pleman. Emmet Friend returned from
Sterling Colo., Friday, where he vis
ited his brother-in-law and was in
search of land.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skinner and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark autoed to
Havelock Sunday, visiting at the
Dan Manners home.
The Women's Reading club met
last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Har
ry Appleman, with Mrs. E. M. Stone
at leader. A very good program
was rendered on the subject of War
Gardens, which was enjoyed by ?11
prent. The next meeting wiii be
with Mrs. L. B. Appleman.
Orville Robertson Is under the
doctor's care, having been confined
to his bed several days with intes
tinal disorders. Mrs. J. D. Fenti-
man. of Elmwood, assisted her
daughter, Mrs. Robertson in the sick
The children and grand children
of Mrs. Ed Swartz gathered at the
Wayne Swartz home Sunday to help
her celebrate her birthday. It prov
ed to be the first complete family
reunion of the children in many
years. The only absent member of
the family was the father, who is
near Alliance, Nebr.
The local Red Cross chapter hfld
an auction sale here Saturday, the
30th of March, which was well at
tended, the proceeds amour tin? to
41,200.00. Four cakes were sold
which brought $119.00, one of the
four bringing $42.50. A handker
chief with a beautiful tatted edging
which was made and donate! by
Mrs. Hatie M. Pay, of Lincoln, i.-rot
$63.00. Mrs. Pay is an elderly lady
and had given the handkerchief to
the Red Cross. Wesley Bird gave a
goat which brought $10 and Phillip
and Sterling Coatman gave a goat
which brought $11. There were
numerous other things donated and
sold, all of which helped to make
the grand total and the local chap
ter is very grateful ,to all who help
ed both in giving and buying. The.
auctioneers were Harry Williams, of
Elmwood and P. F. Venner, of Uni
versity Place, who cried the sale free
of charge and we hereby extend our
thanks to them.
M. E. church, conducted by Rev.
Harmon, of Eagle. Interment, was
made in the Alvo cemetery. The
pall bearers were Glenn Dimmitt,
James Dimmitt, Elmer Rosenow,
Wayne Swarts, Earl Dreamer and
Chas. Marshall. Many friends from
out of town attended the funeral.
The bereaved family have the sym
pathy of their many friends in their
hour of grief.
MARGARET HODGERT VERY SICK
From Wednesday's Daily.
Miss Margaret Hodgert, who lives
by herself, on west Main street, is
reported as being very sick," and has
so been for the past two or three
weeks. It is deemed best to have a
nurse for her and arrangements are
making for that purpose. It is hop
ed that the lady will soon be im
proving and be able to be out again.
Good Farms for Sale
170 acres, good house and well im
proved, good farm and stock proposi
tion. known as the Goos farm just.
south of Plattsmouth.
Also 51' acres adjoining Union on
the west, all good farm land, and a
good seven room house. Possession
can be had immediately.
Also several other Cass county
farms. Frank Vallery, Murray, Ne
braska; phone 27, Murray exchange
G. S. Judy of Omaha who has been
in the city for a few days on account
of the death of Mrs. Judy's father
John Micin, departed for his home
at Omaha, this afternoon. Mrs. Judy
will remain for some time longer.
Home grown Red Clover $1T. bu.,
Timothy $4.25, Alfalfa $9.75, Rye
$2.50, White Sweet Clover $17.50,
Cane $5.00, Kherson Oats $1.25,
Orchard Grass $3.75, Selected Seed
Corn ear $5.00, Rape $7.00, Millet
$3.50, Sudan Grass 25c lb. Bush
Navy Beans lb. 17V2c, bu. $8.50.
Seamless $50c. Samples mailed.
Phone or write. Quick shipment.
Johnson Bros. Nebr. City. ltw
William Clyde Anderson, only son
of George and Cora Anderson, was
born in Wabash, Nebr., August 28,
1900, and departed this life March
22, 1918, aged 17 years, 6 months
and 24 days. At the age of nine
years he moved with his parents and
sister, Aletha, to Seattle, Washing
ton, where they lived until 1917,
when they came to Alvo to reside.
His sicknes was of short duration,
being only thirty-one hours, but his
suffering was intense. Having a
cheerful and lovable disposition.
Clyde was the sunshine of the home
and only those who knew him best
can realize the aching hearts he
has left behind. Those left to mourn
his loss are his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Anderson, an only sis
ter, Mrs. Robert Byron, of Seattle.
Washington, an aged grandmother
and other relatives and a host of
friends. On account of sickness the
sister was unable to attend the fun
eral which was held Sunday after
noon at twp o'clock at the Alvo
I have for sale the following de
1200 acres. Cherry County, Neb.
800 acres at Edison, Furnas Co..
160 acres, 5 miles from Tomax,
Custer county, Nebr.
480 acres one mile from Calloway,
Custer county, Neb.
These places are now rented, all
have good improvements and can be
bought one third cash payment and
balance 5 year mortgage at C per
cent interest. Thomas E. Parmele
Office in Bank of Cass Co. 9-lmt
Stationery at the Journal office. ,
OF ALL KINDS
and pay highest market price at all
times. Bring in your rags, rubber,
copper, brass, zink, lead and iron.
Turn that stuff into money, for j-ou
can use the money.
Main St. Opposite Perkins Hotel.
Shop Phone 599.
Emil Kuehn was in Avoca last
Victor Thimgan was in Elm wood
Lewis Hite took in the movies in
Greenwood Saturday evening.
Herman and Freddie Wendt ate
Sunday dinner with Richard Tool.
Emil Miller and wife ate Easter
Sunday dinner with Chas. Long and
Little Miss Marvel Amgwert w.as
on the sick .list the fore part of this
Mrs. Matt Thimgan was quite sick
with measles the latter part of last
Mrs. Henry Gillespie, of Lincoln,
spent Easter with relatives at this
Miss Eva Sorick, of Lincoln, vis
ited over Easter with relatives and
II. V. McDonald, son Lacey and
Harry Gillespie autoed to Platts
mouth last Friday.
Mrs. Will Reuman, of Omaha,
came Friday evening to visit rela
tives at this place.
The Easter program given at the
German Methodist church was en
joyed by a very large crowd.
Miss Viola Everett spent Saturday
evening and Sunday at the L. M.
Amgwert home south of town.
Misses Anna and Margaret Amg
were were entertained on Friday
svening at the A. J. Tool home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McDonald and
children, Marguerite and Robert, vis
ited relatives in Plattsmouth Easter
Mrs. Ana Burt and daughter, Bar
bara Louise, of Lincoln, are spend
ing the week visiting relatives in
The Ehnwood H. S. base ball team
is coming over Friday afternoon to
play a game with our high school
base ball team.
Henry Guthmann has purchased
one of the grain elevators at our
sister city. South Bend and EJ
ward Jumper will run it for him.
Mrs. Bornemeier and son, Arthur,
daughter, Miss Mathilda, Martin
Bornemeier and Mrs. Gus Borne
meier were in Plattsmouth Monday
looking after some business mat
Grandpa Stroy, who has been ail
ing for some time, died last Thurs
day at a Lincoln hospital. The fun
eral was held Sunday afternoon at
the German Lutheran church north
Red Cross Report
Report of the Murdock Branch,
American Red Cross, for the month
ending March 25.
Finished, work for the month:
Knite Garments 1 pair sox, 4
sweaters, 8 pair wristlets.
Hospital Garments and Supplies
9 bed shirts, 20 bath mits, 50 cotton
absorbent pads 12x24, 175 gauze
compresses 4x8, 50 absorbent cotton
Money on hand Feb. 25 $160.83
Silent appeals . 3.60
Donation 1 '. 1.00
Total receipts : $165.43
Supplies and material : $ 32.55
Balance on hand 132.88
Total for month $165.43
The quota for March in surgical
dressings was 50 large absorbent
cotton pads. These with the 175
gauze compresses and 50 cotton
pads 8x12, were shipped to the A.
R. C. Ins. Warehouse, at Omaha, 1
Nebr., last Saturday.
An infant's layette, which was
complete in every detail, attracted
many of our co-workers. It was do
nated by Mrs. H. V. McDonald 'or
the Belgian or northern France re
fugee. We are still receiving names to
be placed on the membership list
and hope to have it combplete bo
fore our next drive. We had twenty-seven
names to add the past
On account of the busy season
and war gardening approaching, it
was deemed necessary to discon
tinue one of the semi-weekly meet
ings as usual on Friday aftrnoon.
Miss Anna Amgwert, who expects
to leave Murdock April 2 with a
Red Cross nurse unit, was tendered
the best wishes- and token, namely
money, from her friends of the Mur
dock Branch Red Cross.
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GUARDS AT UNION
From Tuesday's Iaily.
At Union the other nlht Captain
C. A. Rawls of the Plattsmouth
Home Military Guards, went to Un
ion with some of his officers:, and
organized a company of Home
Guards for Union, the initial num
ber being 35. Besides the organiza
tion of the company. Captain Rawls
made a rousing patriotic address,
which was of a nature to put the peo
ple on their guard for the things
which have to be met, and at no dist
ant time right here at home. The
company was organized with the
election of W. Cheeney as th cap
tain and a quota of other officers.
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