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THTJESDAY, APRIL 25. 191S.
PLATTS MOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
MANLEY STATE BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF CASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
: LOUISVILLE, NEB.
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAB CREEE, NEB.
CAPITAL ANO SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AfiD SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
THOMAS E. I'ARMEIjK
WM. J. RAU.
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN P.OEDEKER, Cashier.
CIIAS. C. PARMELE
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. (i. EfiENBEROrctt
THOMAS E. PARMELE, President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE. Vice-Presldeut.
PAUL FITZGERALD. Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asbt. Cashier.
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. II. LOIINES, Vice-President.
Til OMAR E. PARMELE. Director.
ur Faeiiities Enable Us to HiandlSe Your Business in this County Promptly and
conomically and on this Basis We Invite Your Patronage-
CHICHESTER S PILLS
fills in Krd uJ bold u.taUicVV
seaie.i with blue Ribbon.
TaiLe no ther. Bir of roar V
lruxlt.t. Akf IIKSUTER
DIAHUVIt 1IK1NU flLI.N, far 2
years known as Best. Safest. Always keliatlc
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
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NEWS FROM ALV0
Re ' rcd French Draft
Weic.x N) pounds. Will
mane tne stuion or
my home one mile
Cullom everr day
TEEMS: $12.50 to insure colt to
Etar.d and ruck, at -which time ser
vice fee is due and payable imme
diately. When mares are disposed
of or removed from the community,
service fee becomes due and payable
at once. All care will be taken to
prevent accidents, but owner will
net be held responsible should any
IV 1 in: lllvrHlCT C'Ol HT
Leander Friend was in Lincoln on
Frank Daugherty returned from
Omaha Monday evening.
Mrs. Charles Quarely, of Lincoln,
visited friends here last week.
Mrs. Rathbun, of Louisville, spent
Monday with Mrs. Wesley Bird.
Jake Kaam went to Arkansas on
last Thursday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Appleman, of
Lincoln, are visiting relatives here.
Miss Lucile Whitman, of Lincoln,
spent Sunday with Miss" Anrel Fore
man. Mrs. M. C. Keefer was a passenger
io Lincoln on No. r Friday, return
ing home on No. IS.
Mrs. Dale Boyles and Miss Flo
Boyles left Friday for a visit with
friends in Denver, Colorado.
Mrs. Albert Weichel and daugh
ter, Mrs. Dick Elliott, visited Fri
day with the former's mother, Mrs.
John B. Skinner returned Satur
day from Hooper, Nebraska, where
he has been visiting his sister. Mrs.
Ivan elites and family.
Mrs. Chas. Sutton left Saturday
for her home at Rising City. She
was accompanied by Miss Elsie Stout
who will make them a visit.
George P. Foreman and son, Chas.
left on Monday for Stuart, Nebras
ka, to visit the former's sister, Mrs.
Nels Silverstrand and family.
Mrs. Rathbun, who has been vis
iting with her son, Walter and fam
ily for the past several days, re-
Wc buy Rags, Rubber,
Iron and Metal!
Second Hand Furniture
of all kinds!
PAYS BEST PRICES!
Eighth and Vine St..,
" Pfattsmouth, Nebaska
OR. II. G. LEOPOLD,
Special Attention Given Diseases
ACUTE DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Soars
and Sundays by "Appointment.
S:T.O a. m. to 12:00 noon
1:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Coates Block Phone 203
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lurneu to ner nome at Jjouisvuie on
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rathbuu en
tertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Skinner and children,
Mrs. Ray Clark and daughter, Dan
iel Skinner of Alvo and Mrs. Rath
bun, of Louisville.
Grandpa Keefer came in Thursday
from near Duoll, Colorado, where
he spent the winter with his son.
Jesse L. Keefer. He will spend some
time here with his son, M. C. Keef
er, of this place.
The Woman's Reading club mt
last Wednesday with Mrs. M. C.
Keefer. Officers for the ensuing
year were elected and a musical pro
gram was rendered; There were
about thirty present.
Miss Pearl Keefer and sister, Miss
Ixu's and Ray Cole went to Lincoln
Saturday evening and attended the
concert given by the Minneapolis
Symphony orchestra, which was a
rare treat to music lovers.
J. A. Shaffer received word thaS
his nephew, John C. Thompson, of
Sutton, Nebraska, had received the
highest honors in the final examina
tions at Rush Medical college, at
Chicago. There were a thousand
; men competing for the Cook county
Mrs. Sam Cashner, Jr., and her
nephew, Alvin Cashner and friend
of Alvin's, Joe Norgan. of University
Place, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Keefer and family. Mrs.
Cashner remained over until Mon
day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Sum
Grandpa Prouty received an in
teresting letter from his grandson.
Joe Foreman, who Is now stationed
in Virginia. Among other things,
Joe says that "when in his childhood
days, he sang, "Carry Me Back to
Old Virginia," he thought Virginia
was one of the nicest places in the
world, but now when the mosquitos,
which he describes as being as large
as bumble bees, sing round about
him he thinks surely the song had
no reference to that particular Fpot
in Virginia." However he has mas
tered the trick of taking a ten-mMe
hike a day with an eighty pound
pack upon his back and' is none the
worse for it. Here's luck to you,
ji r S .
I HOCK ITEMS
The High Grada All-Purpose Truck
Will t;md llic stn insert test, awl prove its value to every
uer. See one at our strage. one-lialf Mock south from
Main oti Fifth Street. '
ring in Your Cars!
We are the Repair Men. and are here to give you Ser
vice in all lines. We have mechanics to do your work with
a guarantee at all times. v
EVsOTOR TRUCK SERVICE!
We have added a new truck to our service lines and are
jirenared to do all kinds of heavy transferring.
Welding Batteries Recharged Gas and Oils
Hawkeye Tires and Tubes
Mrs. Prank Ruell autoed to Lin
Ray Parsell was a passenger to
Omaha on No. 1 ii Saturday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea, of
Alvo, spent a few hours with rela
tives here on their way to South
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hitchcock and
daughter, Olga Mary, of Havelock.
were Sunday guests of Louis Neitz l
Miss liertha Goehry, who lias vis
ited with her parents for sieveral
weeks, was a passenger to Lincoln
on Monday evening.
John Gakenieier, licrompanied by
Ray Parsell and Frank Dausherty,
went to Perkins county hir.t Satur
day, where they will look after some
John Amgwert, who has worked
in the barber shop for Emil Kuehn'
the past scTeiiteenllTbr.ths, lias quit
and will paint and haug paper this
pumner. Too much indoors, he
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tool and son
went to Lincoln Saturday evening,
where they attended the concert ut
the Auditorium given by the Minne
apolis Symphony orchestra and then
spent Sunday vi.siting with relatives
The Murdock Comunity club will
render the cantata, "The Resurrec
tion and the Life" Sunday evening,
April 28th at the M. E. church. An
orchestra and quartette from Lincoln
will assist in the program. Every
one is cordially invited to attend.
While working for the telephone
company one day last week, Diller
Utt wras at work on a telephone pole
in front of E. W. Thimgan's garage
and accidentally let the hammer fly
out of his hands, which crashed into!
one of the big windows of the gar
age. Mrs. William Gehrts and daugh
ter. Miss Ida, returned Tuesday of
last, week from Strawberry Point,
Iowa, where they were the past eight
weeks, having been called there by
the illness of Mrs. Gehrt's father,
who is 10 4 years old. He had the
ir.isfortnne to fall and break his arm
and has laid in bed for nine weeks
now, being no better when they left
WILL VISIT IN THE SOUTH.
From Tniiay's Taily.
Mrs. Joseph Hargis, of Omaha who
has been visiting here with her .noth
er, Mrs. Thomas Isner and having
with her, her little child, departed
tins afternoon for Omaha, and with
her husband tomorrow starts for
Nashville, Tenn., where they go to
visit at the home of tne parents of
Mr. Hargis' Mr. E. P. Hargis and
wife. They will visit there for some
weeks. After which they will re
turn to Omaha which has been their
home for some time
WILL VISIT ROCKY MOUNTAINS
From Tuesday's Daily.
Gerald O'Brien who was born iu
this city some twenty-three years
ago, and fifteen and a half years
since with his parents Daniel O'Rrion
departed from here and has fo most
of the time been living in New York
City arrived here some time since
and has been visiting in this city
the guest of Wm. Morley and family
and Wm. Shea and family, departed
this afternoon for Denver and Colo
rado Springs, where he expects x to
spend some three weeks. He vhsiied
in Chicago some three weeks before
coming here. He will stop here for
a longer visit on his way home. He
is a brother cf Miss Mollie O'Br'en
who it will be remembered visited
here last fall.
Mrs. Helen Goehner will look af
ter the entertainments and if you
can in any way be of service, a.-k
her what you can do.
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will make Urn season 101 M at my home in Cedar ( 'reek, Neb., fur service
Derby is an iron gray Jack, eight years old, stands 1 haivis l.ijrh
and will weigh 1000 pounds. Ue has an exei-lle.ot i-eiutation us a sure
foal getter. He is without doubt one of the bst jacks ever broi'ht t.
There will be needed a good many
fiqwers for this chapter of the Red
Cross Fair and if you have a choice
plant, call Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans and
she will have the plant called for.
Mrs. Emmons Ptak is chairman cf
the Market Booth, remember to call
her for what you have in this Mne.
The County Defense Committee
have taki,n charge of the Lawrence
Stull old corn crop for seed, and com
mencing Monday, April 29, all these
wanting ood seed may ft the same
by calling at the Stull farm, north of
Plattsmonth, where there will be a
man in charge of the same. Fcr par
ticulars call . Sheriff Guinton at
Plattsmouth, or County Agent. L. P..
Snipes, at Weeping Water. There
will be in the neighborhood of 3000
bushels in the lot. w&d
Journal Want-Ada Pay!
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The National Boys Suit"
HI 1 Guarantee Label p 11
I Uf 2 National Club Buttorf it'
National Club Buttorf
Silk Pocket Kerchief
Three Piece Detachable" Belf
Ivory Buttons r
WOOLWEAR Patent Buckle"
8 Souvenir Cuff Links
9. Full Lined Knickers.
10 Non-sagging Stitched Bottom.
11 "Rip-Proof" Taped Seams
12 "Safety First" Watch Pocket
13 Cloth Faced Pockets!
H "Orderly" Pant Hanger
15 "lndestructo" Lining
THE SUIT FOR YOUR BOY
Call Mrs. Emmon Richey if you
have anything for the Red Cross
Fair "Country Store", she will have
the articles called for.
Refreshments are needed In the
Red Cross Fair. Mrs. F. R. Oobel
man has charge of it. If you have
anything which will add call her.
Of course everybody likes candy,
and y(ou cau aeist if you m?ke a
nice lot, or purchase a box and tell
Miss Bernice Newell who is in charge
"T" C C3 rH; O; Eor Derby $lf.0, ir.surhir colt to Mand and
1 ELi"lwS555 suck. Parties dtpposinfr 'f mares or re:no ir,'
them from the community, service fee bt-comes due and prnabl-- in me
diately. All care will be taken to prevent accidents, but owner will not
b responsible should auv occur. r
. SIMON SEIL'LER, Owner
of the candy booth for the lied Cro:-::
The. parade is to be on Friday,
May 3rd. Mrs. Frank Goblman,
Miss Bertha Driftmeyer and Mrs. P.
J. Flynn have charge of the matjer.
co-operate with them and make it a
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
Barred Plymouth Rock Egjrs Tor
sale. Inquire of C. I.. Wiles. Phone
"The Red Cross may brlDg him
back' to you."
Fistula Pay When Cured
A mild system of treatment that enres Piles. Fistula end
other Kectal Diseases in n snort urae.wunoui a severe ur
gia 1 operation. No Chloroform. Ether or other genera!
anssthfir! nteA. A cure Cuarantoctlin every case accepted
for treatment, and no money to be paid nntil cured. Write for boos on Recta lDieHS?swith Dtmca
aDd testimonials of more than 1000 prominent people who have been permanently cored.
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 Eco Buiidin? ORSAKA, KE3I5ASKA
DBS. MACE! & MACK, IKE DEHTISTSa
larwoct onrl ripsit pnuioDed dental offices in Omaha. Kxperts
in charge of all work. Lady attendant. MODERATE PRICES. M
Porcelain fillings just like tooth. Instruments carefully sterilized M
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RAIFJ OR SHINE.
SALE COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP
These mules are from 3 to 5 years old and well broke; weigh
ing from 1100 to 1400 pounds- .
These mules are to be sold, regardless of price, under a
lo Iky a U dUL a
JVIcKIKZIE & McCREARY, Auctioneers
GEO. O. DOVEV, Clerk
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