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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1918)
THURSDAY, MAY 22. 131S.
FHATTSMOUTH SOii-iYEEKLY JOURNJLE.
MANLEY STATE BANK
MAN LEY, NE3.
MURRAY STATE BANK
SANK OF GASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
CAPiTAL USD SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AHD SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AH0 SURPLUS $10,000
THOMAS i:. PAR1IELB
WM. J. RAU.
CIIAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN. Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER, Ceshler.
CHAS. C. PARMELE
" JACOB T KITSCH
TviOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. C. ECENBERCER
Our Facilities Enabie Us to Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
Economically and on this
THOMAS E. PARMELE. President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE, Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD. Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON. Asst. Cashier.
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOIINES, Vice-President.
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
sis e invite Your Patronage.
The Truck You Have Been Looking for
The Denby Truck
The Truck for the all-purpose man. . One of the best
on the market and sold at prices that are right.
Just Lock Over a Few of the Best Points found in a Truck and
call me fcr a Demonstration and I will Show You the Rest.
Detailed Specifications for Cne Ton:
Capacity, 2. 000 pounds. Body
allowance J0O lbs; total ca
pacity, 2,900 lbs.
Wbe Ibase, 124 inches.
Road CL-arar.ee, 12 inches.
Brake Horsepower, as governor
speed (1300 r. p. m.) 25.
Frame. Pressed steel, 4 t deep
by 4 wide and C-1G thick.
Speed, 1C railes per hour.
age at the school house cn Tuesday . Ehlers to Syracuse Wednesday ev- nine young animals, which they pro
afternoon. I enius to visit Miss Marie Stroemer, ceeded to destroy and thus they have
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Eornemeier, j who is teaching them. Mr. Ehlers eliminated a goodly number of var-
of Murdock, called on George -Hull's will go into army training in theiments- from taking part in poultry
Also Two Ton and Three Ton Trucks!
L. L. WADE, Local Dealer Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Call Phone No. 3120.
:: MEWS FROM alvo :
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John Murtoy was in Omaha last
A. I. Bird was in Omaha Friday
John Skinner was in Lincoln on
Sum Cashner was in Omaha le
t v-en trains Friday.
- Il. v. C. E. Connell preached the
DR. H. 0, LEOPOLD,
Special Attention Given Diseases
ACUTE DISEASES TREATED
Eves Tested and Glas-.es Fi'.ted
Night Calls Answered After Hoars
and Sundaj-s by Appointment.
S:30 a. in. to 12:00 noon
1:20 p. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Coates Block Phone '203
Saturday on their way home from
Mrs. Dale S. Bovles attenued
A letter dated
yard raids this winter.
Light Bramah egg fors hatching.
15 for $1.25. 50 for 53.50. 100 for
$6.50. Mrs. John W. Stones, My
nard, Neb. 3-ll-3mosw
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys-I-epsia
and constipation weakens
the whole system. Doan s Regulets
(20c per box) act mildly on the
liver and bowels. At all drug stores.
High school class sermon on Sun
Wayne Swartz and Lyle Miller
were in Lincoln Thursday.
Orvilie Robertson was a business
visitor in Greenwood Friday.
Jerry Mcllugh, of Murdock. made
a brief call on friends here Friday
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vickers and
Mrs. C. R. Jordan motored to Lin
Mrs. George Curyea went out to
Benkleman, Nebraska, last Thursday
Mi3s Gladys Appleman is coaching
for the play to be given by the High
school this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Garcia and child
ren, of De Witt, were visiting rela
tives here Sunday.
Mrs. C. C. Bucknell and daugh
ter. Miss Jessie, were visiting rela
tives in Lincoln last Friday.
Mrs. Clara Prouty and children
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mrs. George P. Foreman.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stroemer and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bornemeier,
were Lincoln visitors Friday after
noon. The Woman's Committee held a
government weighing and measuring
test of children under five years of
The High Grade AH-Purpose Truck
Will stand the strongest test, and prove its value to every
user. See one at our garage, one-half block south from
Main on Fifth Street.
Bring 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.
2 TOR TRUCK SERVICE!
We have added a new truck to our service lines and are
prepared to do all kinds of heavy transferring.
Welding Batteries Recharged Gas and Oils
Hawkeye Tires and Tubes
bWe Jlk Im! n
Alpha Chi Omega meeting at
Blackstone hotel in Omaha on
Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Uptegrove de
parted Friday for a several days' vis
it with their son, William, at Ports
Mrs. C. F. Rosenow and sons, and
daughter, Mrs. Ray Clark and Or
vilie Ingwerson, motored to Lincoln
Dr. L. Muir autoed to Lincoln on
Fridav and from there went to Mil-
ford to see his father. He returned j
home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reitz and
children were Lincoln visitors last
Wednesday. 'They were accompan
ied by Mrs. J. A. Shatter.
Ray Clark came in Tuesday from
Martel on account of the heavy rain
of Monday night putting a step to
grading on the railroad.
Grandma Boyles visited the great
er part of last -week with her son.
Elmer Boyles and family at Elm-
wood, returning home Friday.
Mrs. L. B. Appleman and Mr?.
II. A. Bailey left Monday for Camp
Funston to visit their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Appleman.
Allen Lindsey, Jr., the one year
and three months old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Lindsey, who live south
of to nw.was buried here on MorY
day. May 20th.
Mrs. L. B. Lackey and sons, of
Minatare, and her brother, Benja
lnan Weaver, of South Bend, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Sunday dinner guests at the Fred
Prouty home were Miss Grace Al
ton, of Elmwood; Alvin Cashner. of
University Place; Miss Clara Dick
erson, Herbert Prouty and Boyd
The Misses Mary, May and Ehna
Ingwerson and brothers, Willie and
Clayton, of Pawnee City, were in
town calling on friends last week.
Orvilie Ingwerson has been visiting
here the past week.
Carl D. Ganz, who has been with
the Aviation department at Ft. Lo
gan. Colorado, has been transferred
to Camp Grant, Illinois, within the
past week, where he will attend the
officers' training school.
Mrs. L. II. Mickle went to Elm
wood Friday to visit relatives, and
from there to Weeping Water Sat
urday, where she has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. E. Doty, and other
relatives for the past several days.
Lee Prouty, who is in the Base
Hospital, Medical Corps, at Camp
Dodge, near Des Moines, Iowa, came
in on No. 5 Friday morning, visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Prouty and other relatives until
Sunday evening. -
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Toland, off
Los Angeles, California, came in
on No. 18 Tuesday to visit relatives
here. They were accompanied from
Havelock by their daughter, Mrs.
Schuyler Wolfe, and Mrs. Wolfe, who
will visit a few days.
The Women's Reading club met
last Thursday with Mrs. Noel Fore-
man. Mrs. Chas. Edwards and Mrs. !
S. C. Boyles, delegates to the Dis- j
trict Convention of the Federation of
Woman's clubs, held at Lincoln, last j
week, gave reports. j
been received by Mrs. Sylvia Thom
from her grandson, Bugler Wit
her Thomas, in which he states that
he was slightly wounded by shell
fire on March 2, but is now laid rp
in the hospital with heart trouble-,
lie writes he is getting better now
and has high praise for the hospital
and hopes to be out and going soon.
The Friday club met with Mrs.
G. P. Kahler last week. An ex
ceptionally good program on 'Motli-,
er's dav' was carried out, with Mrs. I A
P. H. Weideman as leader. Mrs.
Connell gave an excellent address
on Mothers of the Bible. Miss Ilv.rl
burt, as substitute for her mother,
read a splendid paper on Obligations
of War Mothers. An apropriate
solo, "A Baby's Prayer at Twilight"
by Mrs. Hoy Coat man, concluded
Mrs. C. F. Rosenow was pleasantly
surprised Sunday Ly Mr. Rosenow's
brothers and their families and their
mother motoring over to rpend the
day and bringing a picnic dinner
which was enjoyed greatly by all.
Those present were Grandma Ros
enow, Ed Rosenow and wife, Aug
ust Rosenow and wife, of Elm wood;
Will Rosenow and family. Clarence
Bucknell and wife and Emil Rosen
ow and wife from near Elmwood Mr.
and Mrs. Ray ('lark ami daughter.
Ro.-e Bohr and Trank Rosenow, of
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If You Want A
PAYS $10.00 FOR SPEEDING.
From Monday'.- Daily.
A. Hyda, living in Sarpy County,
was in the city lac;t Saturday and
sought to get by with a speeding
proposition, but was rounded b
Chief of Police W. M. Barclay, only
after he had to use his gun to enforce
the law. Mr. Hyda thought the
chief's car was not speedy enough to
over take his, but found out that the
bullets from the chief's gun w?s
adequate for the occasion. He was
reojiired to rut up a bond of five
dollars for his appearance, and this
morning when he returned Judge
Archer gave him $7.00 and costs,
which were $2.00 making ten in all.
He settled the amount and departed.
There was another, who succeeded in
getting away, but there is a warrant
out for him, which will be served
and he made salute the majesty cf
ASA PRATIES JOINS THE 7AVY.
From Monday's Daily.
Asa Frakes who come Iwentv-one
years cf age May 1st, enlisted as a
member of Uncle Sam's Navy yes
terday at Omaha and passed the ex
amination and was accepted. He is
to report on next Friday for depart
ure to some training camp, as to
where it is not as yet known. Mr.
Frakes will depart Monday for
Tarkio. Mo., where he will visit with
his folks, for a few dajs before leav
ing for the training camp. Mr.
Fakes is the twenty-eighth member
of the Loyal Sons class of the Chris
tian Sunday school, to go to the service.
Jchn Ehlers, of Barneston, Ne-
braska, came in Wednesday to visit
his cousin, Alfred Stroemer, and
other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Stroemer accompanied Mr.
CAUGHT NINE WOLVES
From Monday's Dalty.
While working in a field near Ce
dar Creek yesterday, John True and
Wm. Schneider discovered a large
hole in the ground, and while en
gaged in watching it, saw the nose
of an animal protrude from it, and
upon investigation found it to b
the lair of some coyotes. After dig
ging for some time they unearthed
Get It Now
There Is F3o Certainty How Long
Prompt Delivery Can Be fade
You have read in the newspapers how automobile
production has been reduced. And you know how
further curtailment is planned for the future.
Increased uses for cars, because of reduced rail
road facilities and other needs, keep up a demand that
it will not be possible to fulfill much longer. Prices of
some cars have already been advanced for the second
time within the past six months.
It is likely that buyers will soon be offering pre
miums for prompt delivery of Super-Sixes.
This is the situation of the Super-Six.
For two years it has been the most popular fine car.
More than 50,000 have been sold.
No dealer has been able to accumulate stock during the past
winter and the present demand exceeds the output.
Hundreds of cars are being driven overland to points of sale
because freight is so uncertain and bu3ers want prompt delivery.
Today we can let you drive away in certain models. We might
not be so fortunate tomorrow.
We have been tcld our allotment for the coming months is to
be much less than we had planned for.
It is needless to tell you anything about Super-Six reliability.
That quality is an accepted fact with all motorists.
There are ten different model types There
is one standard of reliability. If you get a
Super-Six it will serve 3rou well throughout
the period now before us, in which it may
be impossible to get good new, reliable cars.
Seven Passenger Phaeton
Four Passenger Phaeton
F. 0. B. FACTORY
Ho Pauls Garage,
DEALER MURRAY, NEBRASKA
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