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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 131S.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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 AIIR SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AIID SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
THOMAS E. PARMELE
WM. J. RAU.
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER, Cashier.
CHAS. C. PARMELE
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. P. PATTERSON.
P. 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.
Our Facilities Enable Us to E-9anc!3e Your Business in this County Promptly and
Economically and on this Basis We invite Your Patronage.
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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 you
can use the money.
Main St. Opposite Perkins Hotel.
. Shop Phone 599.
NEWS FROM ALV0
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toed over on business Monday. He underwent an operation the same af-
George Hall motored to Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Foreman mo
tored to Lincoln Tuesday.
Paul Frohlich, of Hastings, came
in Monda3T to visit relatives here.
W. W. Wiggs, of Camp Funston,
visited over Sunday at the. Thomas!
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCurdy have
moved to Manley, where they will
make their home.
Charles Godbey and family and
Miss Mildred Brown autoed to Lin
coln Tuesday afternoon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dillman and
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Bird motored to
Waverly Sunday afternoon.
W. W. Wiggs, Robert Wiggs and
Mrs. John Box were dinner guests at
the Thos. Stout home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea were
dinner guests Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jordan.
Chas. Snavely, of Lincoln, was in
town Monday. Harry Parsell ac
companied him back to Lincoln.
Mrs. Clara Prouty and daughter,
Margaret, spent the week-end with
Mrs. George P. Foreman and family.
Great Grandma Rosenow, of Elm
wood visited Wednesday night and
Thursday with her son, Charles F.
Henry Hanson, of Greenwood au-
was accompanied by his sister. Miss
Oswald John shipped stock Thurs
day to South Omaha, also there were
several cars shipped from hefe by
other parties Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Skinner and Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Whitney were capi
tal city visitors Tuesday, going up
in the former's Buick.
There will be a Red Cross busi
ness meeting on April 20th at 8:30
p. m., at Jordan's hall. Important
transactions will take place and
there will be election of officers.
In response to a telegram, Mrs.
Dan McCurdy left on Monday to be
with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Van
noy, who is ill at her home in South
Dakota.' At this writing she is im
proving. The attendance at the Red Cross
rooms has been falling off as spring
advances and there is so much other
work to do, such as war gardens,
etc., but we would be pleased to have
a larger attendance again.
Notice to Farmers of Greenwood
Precinct: A meeting will be held at
the auditorium of the school house
in Alvo Wednesday night, April 17,
at 8 o'clock to organize the precinct
for agricultural work. L. R. Snipes,
Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman and
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
G. P. Foreman, motored to Valpar
aiso Sunday to visit the Foreman
brothers residing there. They took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Oris Fore
man and supper with Mr. and Mrs.
George P. Foreman, Jr., Albert Fore
man being a guest also.
A shipment was made March 26th
by the local branch of the Red Cross
consisting of the following articles:
Surgical Dressings 850 gauze com
presses; 71 scutleties bandages; 9
irrigation pads; 68 many tailed ban
dages. - Knitted goods 7 sweters, S
pairs of socks; 17 pairs of wrist
lets; 1 helmet; 15 wash cloths.
Frank Edward met with a serious
accident last Friday, when a horse
kicked him in the face, breaking the
upper jaw in two places. He was
taken to the Dr.E. O. Liston hospital
at Lincoln immediately following the
accident and was not able to be tak
en home until Sunday. Under the
treatment being applied, however, he
is now recovering as rapndly as can
reasonably be expected.
Orville Robertson was taken to
Lincoln Thursday morning, where he
ternoon at St. Elizabeth's hospital,
for appendicitis. His condition was j
very serious and for 4 8 hours after
the operation he lay critically near
to death's door, but, we are very
glad to report, is now improving
and will be able to come home soon.
Among those from Alvo who called
on him were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Edwards, Lester Robertson (his son)
Walter Reeder, Wayne Swartz, Mr.
anthMrs. J. II. Wickers and Mr. and
Jfr-s. O. Quellhorst.
Third Liberty Loan Drive
The drive for the Third Liberty
Loan is now on in Greenwood pre
cinct. The committee for the sale
of these bonds has been appointed
and the War Service committee has
already reported. The plan is well
worked out and the intention of the
committee is that every man shall
buy bonds in proportion to his prop
erty and his income. Any offer to
purchase less than the amount that
the buyer should rightfully purchase
will be refused and the cause will
be investigated at once. The buy
ers will be notified on which half
day the salesman will call and each
will be required to receive the sales
man at his home. The following men
will call in sections set after their
list you can tell who will call i
you and perhaps interview him bo
fore he calls upon ycu, thereby say
ing his time and your own.
Messrs. Murtey and Nebon, Sec
tions 1, 2, 11, 12, 13 and 14.
Messrs Leesley & Gorbey, Sections
3, 4, 9, 10. 15 and 1C.
Messrs. Althouse and Marton, Sec
tions 5, C, 7, 8, 17 and IS. 4
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Wm. Rush is having his residence
Mrs. Lola Taylor visited relatives
at South Bend Sunday.
W. O." Gillespie is at Fairmont,
Nebraska, visiting relatives.
Mrs. Panska and son, Wni. Meyer,
were in Lincoln one day last week.
Mrs. Harold Tool was shopping in
Omaha on Wednesday of last week."
Louie Schmidt was calling on old
friends in Ithica last Wednesday
Miss Marguerite McDonald enter
tained Miss Mildred Sorick at dinner
Mr. Morgan, of Lincoln, formerly
of this place, spent Sunday with
Mrs. O. E. McDonald and Mrs.
Edward Thimgan were shopping in
Omaha last Thursday.
Miss Gladys Sorick returned from
Lincoln Sunday 'noon after a short
visit' with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. August Miller, son,
Emil, and daughter, Mrs. Charles
Long, autoed to Lincoln on Thursday.
If you will examine this Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert auto-
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tll ivlin will rill ir '' ,u J" iiiui.wv, ucic
they werei having dental work
Emil Ktiehn. Otto Reickman, Lou
ie Schmidt and Arthur Bornemeier
left Tuesday morning in the latter's
car for Colorado.
Misses Rose Amgwert and Judith
Peterson accompanied by Master Ken-
neth Lett, came down from Council
Messrs. Cook and Bornemeier, Sec-' Bluffs Saturday for a short visit at
tions 23, 24, 25, 2 6, 35 and 36. (the L. Amgwert home south of the
Messrs, Foreman and Rouse. Sec- city,
tions 21. 22. 27. 28. ZZr. 34. j The Elm wood High school base
Messrs. Apleman and Boyles, Sec
tions 19. 20. 29. 30. 31 and 32.
ball team came over on last Friday
Greenwood precinct and the tovvn ball team
of Alvo have gone over the top in ,
jand crossed bats with the H. S. base
here. The result of the
ame was a score cf 10 to 12 in
every drive to date, whether large cr favor of the home team,
small and the committee has been as- j xotice to Farmers of Elmwood
sured that it will go over the top f preCinct: A meeting wilP be held
again. We want that "Honor Flag-jat Murdock on April 16 at S o'clock
for the community. The quota for j p to organize the precinct for
Greenwood precinct is $32,455.00. (agricultural work. Come out and
The Armenian drive will be con- let ug know the thinss vcu are in
ducted by the same committee, in terested ir.. L. R. Snipes, County
quota is $275.00... This is a fund to Agent.
alleviate the sufferings of the Ar-j i
menian people who have nearly neon j
exterminated by the unspeakable
HERE DELIVERING TREES
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stohlman
and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shoeman, 1
of Louisville, were in the city for a!
few hours yesterday visiting with
county seat friends. Mr. Stohlman
was making his regular delivery of
trees and shrubbery for the Marshall
Bros, Nursery, which he has been
representing in Cass county for the
past. few years. He reports a very
successful year just closed for him
self and the Marshall Eros, in this
county. Their stock has been giving
general satisfaction over the county
and each years the sales come more
Trequent and much easier for Mr.
The Celebrated Percherort Stallion
Will mal e the present season at the D. C. Rhoden "barn at Murray,
Nebraska, every day in the week.
Max is an excellent iron gray Percheron stallion, having.been thor
oughly examined by the State Sanitary Board and fouDd sound in every
way, his number being- P-4964. He was foaled May 15, 1913, bred by
Countryman Kn hei. Nehawka, Nebraska, and has an excellent repu
tation as a foal ; etter.
TEfMS: l.".oo to insure colt to stand and suck. If mare is dis
p?fd or removed from the community, service feebCmes due and
payable immediately. All care will betaken to prev acciaents, but
nwi.fr of horse will not be held responsible should any occur.
MARK WHITE, Owner
DI THE PNEUMONIA SEASON.
It is necessary to raise a note of
One of World's largest wholesale
grocers (capital over $1,000,000.00)
i wants ambitious men in every local
ity to sell direct to consumer, na-,
Washington, April 8. Every day
finds the allies in a better position
to resist with definite success the
great German offensive, according to
an official review today by the British
military attache here. French,
British and American reserves ere
pouring in daily to defend Amiens,
the review declares.
"The opening of the third week of
fighting east of Amiens," saj'3 the
review, "finds the position of the al
lies steadily improving.
"A very strong effort by the ene
my to drive down the STbmme to
Amiens during which he used about
twenty-five divisions on a front of a
few miles was stopped last week with
complete success; only in one place
has the German line advancd and
then only to a depth of less than a
mile on a narrow front.
"North of Albert the British ad
vance beat off repeated vicious at
tacks without bending.
"Near Montdidier the French with
drew a short distance to strong posi
tions. The enemy is nowhere with
in nine miles of Amiens; he is still
three miles distant from his furthest
point of advance from the mam
Amiens-Paris railway, the cutting of
which would bring him no real vic
tory. The best proof of his discom
fiture is the use that he Is making
of minor incidents for window dress
"A short time ago in the course of
the steady advance of the British
army in Palestine a small force was
n n fi a
This will be one of our specialties in the future.
We have added a large truck to our service equip
ment, and are prepared to do all kinds of transferring
from Murray to Omaha or to the farmers of the sur
rounding territory. Your heavy hauling will be taken
care of by us in the future on vary short notice. Give
us a trial in this line.
The-L. H. Puis Garage,
MURRAY, NEBRASKA N
considerable, are bing
fresh contingents from
armies and that of
There will be a special examina
tion in county certificate subjects
April 20th at the following points in
the county: Plattsmouth, Weeping
Water, Louisville and Elmwood.
All Friday subjects will be given
Saturday morning and all Saturday
subjects will be given Saturday af
ternoon. ALPHA C. PETERSON,
Five good, large work horses.
Mark White, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Stationery at the Journal office.
ARE DEBATING THIS AFTERNOON
A debating team from Lincoln ar
rived this afternoon from the rajsito!
city to Xfy a bout with the Platts
mouth High School team for poinis.
The team who are under the direc
tion of Homer Hewitt, the coach, con
sists of Robert McArthur, Fred ("amp
bell and Louis, Frukelstein. They
were accompanied by Professor E.
H. Wells, president ot the Wesleyan
University "who will act as the judire
at the contest this afternoon.
C. A. Marshall was able to be down
town today, after his accident at
Omaha when struck down by a large
Sedan car in Omaha last Saturday
night when trying to get a street
car. Mr. Marshall whf was badly
bruised and skinned over vj rious
portions of his body, is feeline: much
better, though he has a bad looking
wound and bruise on bis left eye.
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! warning not ta treat the dancers cf teas coITees spiceSf paintSf oi!s, stocU '-Hedjaz railway. Its work done.
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foods, etc. Big line, easy sales. Val-, retired rrcm the waterless waste,
ues beat any competition. Earn big through which the railway runs and
rejoined the army. This retiromert
was advertised by the Germans a a
triumph for the Turki who are al-
nriroml o k
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symptoms. This palatable remedy is
without equal in cases of constipa
tion, indigestion, headaches, nervoi.p
nes, general weakness, etc. Price
$1.10. At drug stores. Triner's
Linitnent gives quick and safe re
lief in rheumatism, neuralgia, lum-
' bago, sprains, strains, swellings, etc.
Prove it to yourself as so many have
done. Price 35 and 65c at drue:
stores, by mail 45 and 75c. Joseph
Triner Company, Mfg. Chemists.
1333-1343 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago,
AN OLD FRIEND CALLS
The Journal is pleased to acknow
ledge a very pleasant call from our
old friend. Uncle Ben Hoback, from
near Nehawka, last Monday after
noon, "who in company with J. T.
Rej-nolds, another of- southern Cass
leged to have thrown the British
force back over the Jordan.
"Similarly, the Germans are gloat
ing today over the capture of Piene
mande and Folefnbray, in the neigh
borhood of Chauny and the forest of
Courcy. A3 a matter of fact these
'successes' are valueless, such ad
vance as they imply is at the ex
treme south of the battle zon some
forty-five or fifty miles from Amiens;
its tactical value is no greater than
its strategic value. Pierremande and
Folembray are only outposts of the
county's most prominent farmers
were looking after some business real" French position in that neigh
matters here. We were pleased to borhood and there is no reason to j
see Uncle Ben enjoying pretty good believe that they, were more than -
health, but 'sorry to learn that his lightly held. j
.better half, known to all as Aunt "Doubtless, the Germans v -will i
Martha, was in the Swedish Mission make further great efforts before
Choice White Montana Table Potatoes at
1.00 Per Bushel
Home Grown Early Ohio Potatoes, (small) for seed,
per bushel.. $l.CO
Home Grown Early Ohio, for seed, per bushel 1.50
Red River Early Ohio, for seed, per bushel 2.00
Wisconsin Silver Thread Kraut, while it lasts at 20c per
gallon. Be sure and get your share of this.
Buy your potatoes now at these prices as the market is go
ing to advance very soon.
Thomas Klimm of Omaha was a
visitor in Plattsmouth this morning
coming to look after some -business
at the court house.
hospital in Omaha, suffering w-ijh
tuberculosis of the kidneys, and in
a very serious condition.
Call Phones 53 or 54,
Stationery at the Journal office.
Hop to it there, get one of thore
Liberty Bonds today.
they acknowledge the failure of their
great spring drive, but it Is safe to
say that each day that. passes finds
the allies in a better position to
resist with definite success. Each
dayiheir reserves, which are- already
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