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PtATTSMOUTn SEMI-WEEELY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, JIAY 23, 1918.
m mi m i i t i r
The Real American
wants a real American suit one that has snap, get-up and staying qaulities.
has all of these and then some.
We have on hand a big stock of these and other suits. Pi ices $3.85 to $15.00.
:. C. E. Wescott's Sons
A.sk about our
American Boy Club.
From Monday's Daily.
Wm. Puis of Murray was looking
after some business matters in
Plattsmouth last Saturady evening
George Barr, while at Weeping
Water last Saturday lost his license
number plate some where between
here and there.
II. G. Andres of near Manley was
a visitor in this city today coming
to look after some business at the of
!'.ce of the local board.
Charles Piper, from south of Pa
cific Junction in Iowa, was a visitor
in Plattsmouth last Saturday, com
ing to look after some business.
Jeff W. Lewis and family from
near Union were visiting in this city
last Saturday evening looking after
some trading with the merchants.
J. F. olf of C edar Creek was a
visitor in Plattsmouth last Saturday
eoming down with his car. and was
looking over the field for automobile
M. E. Bushnell of South Bend pre
cinct was a visitor in this city to
day coming to reaort on his work as
precinct assessor to county assessor
George L. Farley.
Ed Wegener of near Cedar Creek
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing, looking after some business for
a few hours and returned to his
home near noon.
James Tigner from west of Murray
was a business visitor in this city
this morning driving in with her
car, and transacting some business
with the merchants.
J. P. Schroeder and son George of
Cedar Creek motored to this city
Saturday to attend to some business
matters. Mr. Schroeder gave this
office a pleasant call.
J. F. Clugey who has been doing
srme grading near Cedar Cree1: for
the past two weeks returned home
last Saturday evening after having
completed the work.
W. D. Wheeler from Rock Bluffs,
was a visitor in the city last Satur
day evening, coming to do some trad
ing and renew his acquaintance with
his Plattsmouth friends.
T. J. McCullough drove in from
his home south of this city to at
tend to some business matters. While
here Mr. McCullough called at this
office and renewed his subscription.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders and
daughter Anna and Miss Maggie
Meisinger of Cedar Creek motored to
this city Saturday afternoon for a
short visit with friends. While here
Mr. Sanders was a pleasant caller at
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Campbell and
ron Oscar motored from their farm
home south of this city Saturday af
ternoon for a short visit with
friends and to attend to some busi
ness matters. Mr. Campbell was a
pleasant caller at this office.
A letter from Eddie Ripple, wb6
f in France now and who has just
come from the front line trenches on
April 27th the day when the letter
was written, says that he thinks the
war will be over so they can come
home, not very far in the future.
Joseph Lloyd came up this morn
ing from Murray for a visit with his
friends, having just arrived there
from Fairbury, where he has been
visiting for some time past. Mr.
Lloyd will visit for some time at
Murray and then departed for White
fish, Montana, where he will visit at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wm.
Reynolds for the summer.
Frank Rice, who has been in the
west for some months past, where
he has been in the employ of T. II.
Cromwell at Grant, returned home
this morning as he will depart for
Camp Dodge, the latter part of this
week. Mr. Rice while in the west
was engaged in farming and herding
cattle for Mr. Cromwell. He says
that the wheat is away, up above
knee high and beginning to show
heads. He said that there had been
an abundance of moisture out that
way and that everything was looking
From Tuesday's Dailv.
Percy J. Wheeler from near Rock
Bluffs, was a business visitor in the
city this afternoon.
Charles Murphy from near Manley
was transacting business in the eitv
his afternoon, having come via
J. M. Jordan of Cedar Creek was
a visitor in Omaha this morning, and
returned via Plattsmouth to look af-
er some matters this afternoon.
George Lohnes of near Louisville
was a visitor in Plattsmouth this
morning looking after some business
n the city and at the county ?eat.
Ben Hankinson departed todav for
Omaha and from there he will go to
Crookston. where he is farming this
summer on land of Robert Troop,
where Mr. Hankinson is nuttinsr in
forty acres of potatoes and forty
acres of beans.
T. E. Parmele returned this morn-
ng from a trip covering three or
four days at the Parmele ranch at
Broken Bow, and says that the rain
began falling at Kearney last night
when they took the train and con-
inued all night. Things are looking
exceptionally fine in that part of the
Yesterday Fred Hedengren, the
superintendent of the carpenter work
for the Burlington, which comprises
the wooden bridge work, and other
outside structures, W. A. Aekerman,
Assistant superintendent of motive
power, G. C. Terhune, trainmaster
and X. C. Allen roadmaster, were
in the city last evening with their
automobile railway car, on a tour of
inspection, and departed for the west
in the evening.
call for those who are to go as se
lectmen to Camp Dodge on the twen
C. II. Warner, from west of Platts
mouth, was called to Omaha this af
ternoon to look after some business.
Geo. W. Wall of LaPlatte was a
visitor in the city between trains to
day for a few hours looking after
Mark White was in the city this
morning fnm his home south of tre
city and was looking after some
business with the merchants.
W. E. Rosencrans, the land man
who has been in the west for the
past few days returned home this
morning and reports a. successful trip
and the country and crops looking
Victor Kowash and sister Alva of
Schuyler were visitors in the city
last evening, coming to visit at the
home of their uncle James Sochor
Mrs. W. G. Putney of Cedar Bluffs'
who has been visiting in this city for
the past ten days, at the home of her
sister Mrs. Claude C. Smith," depart
ed last evening for her home.
Frank Bentvick and Carl Scott,
both of Weeping Water, were in this
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Mr. C. Gurr was on the sick list
Wm. Rush went to Omaha Sun
Mr. Fred Cordes was in Omaha on
last Saturday. "
Miss Mable Rush visited relatives
in Omaha Saturday.
Mr. Jerry E. Mcllugh was an Om
aha visitor last Wednesday.
Miss Ruth Bauer is spending this
week with relatives in the country.
Mrs. Jesse Landholm and Mrs. Ed
Thimgan autoed to Lincoln Monday.
James Foreman and familj-, of
Alvo, were visiting relatives here on
Mrs. Homer Hess, of . Mankato,
Kansas, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Moomey.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Backemeier,
of Elmwood, spent Wednesday at
the home of C. Gurr.
Mrs. Louis Neitzel returned Fri
day from a short visit with rela
tives at Seottsbluff, Nebraska.
Mrs. William Rush, of
which place she attended the' grad-jeWWWVVWAAAA3
local board, relative to have a trans
fer made to another counts.
Last evening J. P. Falter departed
for Afton, Iowa, accompanied with
his daughter Miss Elizabeth, they go
ing there to view some lands which
were taken in exchange of land3 a
short time since. They will drive to
the lands tomorrow, which is some
twenty miles south of Afton.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Walter Meisinger was a business
visitor in Plattsmouth from his home
near Cedar Creek.
Glen Hawkenberry who has been
working at Fremont, arrived homo
this morning, coming to answer the
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
FIRST SECURITY BANK
of Cedar Creek, Eebr.
Red Sox Ball Park
Although the Krajeciks have nev
er played on the Plattsmouth diam
ond, they are a well known team to
local fans and have a reputation of
playing even better ball this year
than ever before. No delay. Game
will be called promptly ON TIME.
Charter No. in tlie State of Xe-
ln;isk:i at the close of business
mi .May loth, lids.
Loans and Discounts 29,31 9.6S
Liliertk- lion. Is. I'd loan , .'T.O.OO
l.ielirty lxoi. Is, ::.l loan !;".. 00
Mankind house, furniture and
Current expenses, taxes and
interest j;iiil 2.792.7S
("a.li Items War Stamps... lS'.r.S
I Hie from National
and State banks.. $ 10,703. SO
Cuireney -Jt,: 1
OoM coin l.'.'i.lM)
Silver, nickels and
cents .'11.71 19, 90S.. 10
TOTAL $ 54, 323.68
Capitol stock paid in 10,000.00
subject to t-lit-ck. .$ 2S.321.79
Time certificates of
outstanding All. K7 41,000.91
Depositor's guaranty fund... 337. 20
TOTAL $ 54.323.6$
State of Nebraska)
County of. Cass ) ss:
I, .los. K. Itaii, Cashier of the
above named bank do hereby swear
that tlie above statement is a correct
and true copy of tlie report made to
the State Hanking Hoard.
JOS. K. TI Af,
WIM.TAM SClINKIDKn, Director.
W. 11. J .O UN ICS, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 20th day of Mav, 191S.
l'AUIi KI T'A JFRA I7D,
(Seal) Notary Public.
copv nr oitnr.it
of Hearinjr on Petition for Appoint
ment of Administratrix.
Tlie State of Nebraska, Cass coun
In tlie County Court.
In the matter of the Estate of Den
nett Ch riswisser. Deceased:
On reading and filing the petition of
Martha Chriswisser, praying that ad
ministration of said Kstate may be
granted to her as Administratrix;
Ordered, That June lfth, A. D. 191S,
at 10 o'clock a. m. is assigned for
hearing said petition, when all per
sons interested in said matter. may ap
pear at a County Court to be held in
and for said County, and show cause
wjiy tlie prayer of petitioner should
not he granted: and that notice of
the pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof be givo'n to all per'
sons interested in said matter, by pub
lishing a copy of this order in the
I'iattsmouth Journal. a semi-weekly
newspaper printed In said county for
three successive weeks, prior to said
iav of hearing.
Dated May 21, 1918.
ALLKN J. BKESON.
m23-3tw. County Judge.
SEED CORN FOR SALE.
The yellow variety, testing 95 t
97, at 4.00 per bushel, all picket.
Carl Cole, Mynard, Nebr, Phone
last week with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Uurt, of Omaha
and Mis Leona Rush, of Lincoln
spent Sunday with Wm. Rush and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rugo, Mr. and
Mrs. August Huge and children all
spent Sunday with August Panska
Mrs. John Scheel went to Omaha
Saturday to consult a specialist :n
regard to her eye, which has been
causing her much trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert and
daughter, Mariel, and John Rurton
motored to Beanet Sunday afternoon
nhere they were calling on friends.
Mrs. Jacob Goehry went to Bert
rand, Nebraska, last Wednesday, at
For appearance sake
wear a HEIDCAP.
There is no other like it.
It bristles with style and
verve. Made of exclusive
English cap cloths it has
American lines and "kick."
Nothing imported can touch
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
Boys' at 75 and 85c
Your Spring and Summer Hat
is calling you. You'll find Stet
son's best here all the time.
uation exercises, her daughter, Miss
Kathryn, being a member of the
. The primary room at school clos
ed last Friday with a picnic in the
school yard. The grades will not
close until May 31st, they having
had a two weeks' vacation last fall
at corn husking time.
On Saturday afternon, June 1st,
at one o'clock at the M. W. A. hall,
Murdock, Nebraska, there will be a
committee of the local Woman's
Council of Defense present to super
vise the "Baby Welfare Problem"
which is to register, weigh and
measure all the children in Elmwood
precinct under five years of age. For
the many blessings that your baby
and mine today enjoy in the unadul
terated pure food and healthy, sani
tary conditions, health officers, etc.,
we are now under obligation to the
government to do our part. Let
every parent now comply with the
request and do something to fur
ther the safeguard of our children.
It is an opportunity to do something
for your babies. It costs you noth-
ng. We hope to have a physician
and nurse to assist and make it a
credible test. Mrs. J. E. Mcllugh,
Elmwood precinct Chairman.
As Nehawka ended their school
term the 17th of May, they decided
to spend the day in a field and
track meet. They generously in
vited Murdock high school to par
ticipate therein. Those who enter
ed were Carlton Zink, John Paul
Pickwell, Victor Thimgan, Herman
Wendt and Harvey Schwab. The Ne
hawka high school gave the blue,
red and white ribbons to those who
won first, second or third prize. The
Murdock boys succeeded in captur
ing some of these ribbons as honors
of the meet. First place in the
100 yard dash was won by Harvey
Schwab, who won the blue ribbon.
and second place by Carlton Zink,
who captured the red ribbon. Other
ribbons awarded to our boys were as
follows: John Paul Pickwell, red
ribbon as second honors for free bas
ket ball shooting and Henry Schwab
got third place (white ribbon) in
this. J. P. Pickwell, second and
third in high jump; Harvey Schwab
second in shot put and third in
broad jump and little Herman Wend
third in" 100 yard dash. The silver
medal given by Nehawka to the one
who had the highest number of
points at the close of the activities
in the class of boys over 15 pears of
age, was given to Harvey Schwab,
who had seven points. The second
place was taken by a Nehawka stu
dent with six and one-half points
Our boys thoroughly enjoyed Xe-
hawka's Field Meet and the hos
pitable treatment accorded them by
the Nehawkaites. The Murdock
schools close on May 31st.
Blouses for Summer
Scores of pleasing styles have arrived
offering a most satisfactory choice for
the warm months to come.
Surely blouses were never prettier. As one after
another of these dainty waists of lawns, voiles, linens and
silks meet your eye, you'll appreciate the endless variety
of Summer blouse fashions. Charming touches of tuck
ings and embroideries and a substantial color range make
selection even more interesting.
$1.45 to $6.95
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
WHAT IS THE MATTE
OF THE RODS
HOLD FAMILY REUNION.
Mrs. F. D. Lehnhoff and daughter
Miss Tillie, returned this morning
from a stay in Omaha for u few days,
where they were in attendance at a
family reunion at the home of Geo.
R. Lehnhoff Sunday. There were
present the members of his family,
and that of Fred W. Lehnhoff and
family, the mother and sister, and
the families of the children. A fine
dinner was served, at which all pres
ent did full justice, and a good fam
ily visit was enjoyed by all present
DAY OF DEPARTURE POSTPONED.
From Tuesday's Pally.
The boys who are to depart for
Camp Dodge enar Des Moines oon,
and who were scheduled to arrive
there on May 25th, or next Saturday
have been notified that they will not
be compelled to report at the camp
until May 29th, but will ranort he?
on the 28th, departing over the Bur
lington for Des Moines at 3:50 p. m
of that day. There will be a large
amount of people come from the
south -over the Missouri Pacific and
also pack this train, which will be
a special running over the Burling
ton from the western portion of the
state. The boys will go via the Bur-
linerton to Des Moines and from
there to the camp via the Inter Ur
ban and electric running out of that
JVOTICR TO CHKOITORS
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
ty, ss: .
In the county court.
In the matter of the Kstate of W il-
liam Budis?. Ieceased:
To the Creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified. That T will
sit at the County Court room in Platts
mouth In said county, on thf 27th day
of Mav, 1918, and the 2Sth day of
August. 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m. of
each day- to receive and examine all
claims aeainst said Kstate. witii a
view to their adjustment and allow
ance. The time limited ior ir-sii in
tion of claims against said Kstate is
three months from the 2tn clay ot
Mav, A. r. 191 S. and the time limited
for'pavment of debts is one year from
said 27th day of May. 1918.
Witness mv hand and the seal of
said County Court this 24th day e
Aprjl. 191S. . cr
(Sea.l)-a29-4w County Judge.
Cheapest accident insurance Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns.
scalds, cuts and emergencies. All
I druggists sell it. 30c and COc.
From Tuesday's raily.
People coining nto this city uni
versally complain of the extreme
rottenness of the roads leading frorr.
the country to the cente of the city.
The roads are uneven, and when
something tan he done to improve
them it is passed up. why, 10 o..r
knows. Tne matter has been cal'.el
attention to by members of tne cit"
council to no eficct. K the peop'o
of this city would like to have the
country people ome t town they
should see to it that the roads ari
safe for travel even if not passable.
young man of good workable mater
ial and has made good In the posi
tions which he has held here, and
we are certain he will make good
with the position which lie has
SHIPPING CATTLE WEST.
DEPARTS FOR TRAINING CAMP.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Last evening Frank Policek de
parted for Great Lakes, near Chicago,
111., where he goes into training for
the navy. Frank had gone to Oma
ha last week where he enlisted, and
passed a successful examination and
was accepted, going to take up the
active work of preparing for an ocean
fighter of Uncle Sam. Frank is a
From Monday's Daily.
Miss Pauline Oldham was in this
city this morning from Murray com
ing to arrange the shipment of a car
load of cattle to Grant for pasturage
during the summer. There has been
an abundance of rain out there this
summer and tha fact makes the pas
turage very luxuriant and a desir
able place for the summering of
Feel languid, weak, run down?
Headache? Stomach "off?" A good
remedy is Burdock Blood Bitterj. Ask
your druggist. Price $1.25.
B. O. W. Smith of Ashland was in
the city this morning looking after
some business in the city relative
to some property which he with his
brother own in this city.
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