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PLATTSMOUTH Sr.MI.Tl'EEELT JOURNAL.
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MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF GASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CHEEK, NEB.
CAPITAL AfiD SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AHOSUSFLUS 515,000
CAPITAL AiiD SURPLUS S80.0GO
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAFITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
AUGUST STANDI' Tt
tiiomas e. par. mule
V.'M. J. RAIL
CIIA3. C. PAP.JIEuE, President..
FRED NUTZMAN, Vlco President.
W. CLlSj ROEOEKER, Cvshler.
CilA.S. C. PARMELE
T.tOM.AS E. PARMELE
II. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EGENIIERGER
THOMAS E. PARMELE. President.
CIIAS. C. PARMELE, Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD. Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
acuities enable ys to Hanoi tour sfussness m this Qountv Promptly and
nomieaisy and on xms isasis wie invite Your Patronage.
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WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, Pronideut.
W. II. LOHNES, Vice-President.
TIIOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
NEWS FROM ALV0
Clifford Rucknell was taken to'
. Lincoln Thursday morning, where
Miss E;;in;:i Jordan wr
ilay (Vatnmn drove to
: ! -r S.;:i lav.
nr.:l Mr--. .7
S l T i r 'If. '.
! v. i;h riuirir
Co.-.-re Cock x'.
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.Mr. Mr;-. C.
i l; i r-iut ivc.s at
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pi'iont the vi
lie was successfully operated upon
j V.'ill Sutton and ("has. Hucknell
jautoed to Lincoln Monday to visit
'the latter's son, Clifford, who is in
;ue iiot-pitai mere.
Mr. and Mrs. Xoel Foreman auto
ed to I'niversiiy Place Sunday af
ternoon to visit with Mrs. Foreman's
O. X. Maa-ee.
1 wfi!: Mr. and j
, ! Miss Elma. of Pawnee City, motored
:0 over u'.Hi:
R. J -r-'.:-! rA;
Ct-jii ral Citv
a i1 d
even in. a: or.
up th.o latter art of the weijk. visit
l.i's :rlc-:ids until Montijv.
Tl:e Mis-es Clara Dickerson and
Mario App'-r.-an. v.i o are attending
sunuuer st hoed at the state univer
sity, came home Saturday, returning
i .-"nmiav everiiia.
ro:.n Murey and J. B. Skinner
Mrs. Ella Keof. r Thomas ai: 1 two Were so kind to in in our
little children from Nortli I'-kota, I hereavemi-nt ; also, for lite
came Saturday evenln?;- to see her j tributes. Mr. and .Mrs. A. P.
father, who has been sick for s' i" sav and Family.
time at the home o nis son, 1. C
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Grove ai
Ci'.W !reu, Ir. and Mrs.
Mis Gray ce Kreiiart LawreiKt.
E relic rt of Mauley spent a fen- hour.
Sunday afternoon at tko J. A. S-taf.'ei
r, ... , . , , ,. I Mondav
f overs 1 troni here attended a hall i
Loui" liornen.eier v.-as in Omaha
t: m v
A-ee:i the Stat Journal
W.c G reen v. (.;..! team or
a i ; t (
Sp'II t !
who lias been visitine;
la.ivcs ;.nd friends at Clay Cen-
r for some t ir.ie.
to v;.-it 1
i:vr !:o;r.e trie s-anio day.
'P. ild re n's l);y xerc5.
hf '. i on Su:iday rrorni:
(' at the M. Ik c It i: r
j Mr. a:.u :-r ".
no i Fioyu ruc-tored
( le can
j v. rt!tirn- ' ft a ev C
Lai: rit son and son
i.a to brir.s their da
1 m i
for a t
ii1.' :.. . ,1,
n t a
the hitter's diamond Sa:
noon. I he score was i.' to II
favor of Greenwood.
Mr. ami Mrs. Vern Lireh
-i-i ; . ,
in Irom l uihrton. wiierc
tat -wo yt'ars.
wiil fjeni the summer here.
Lkieh will :i-uli Manual T
in the liih jchoot
Place the coming year.
Alan P. Lin'.-ay, Jr.. :
of A. Ik and Svivii Lin-
May 1 '.). irilS, of ker.rt troubi
funeral services were held at
liome, Elder Rou-e of College
Nebraska, condu vt i:' the ;f :
('iara Dickerson, homo
P'Tfl DccorStion day. "
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kr.icely and
children of Omaha are visitma; Dr.
".:il Mrs. L. M'lir and children tins
rei.'K. They picnicked on keeping
.Vatcr creek Tnes Iav.
i Fern Dimmit t, Dorothy McKimoii
,Tr. i who pre atenuir.a summer school i
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" ! V O
'(.-I: ! a
. i .u.:a.y
t from 1
Uiiivers.it v Place came home Sat
urday noon. They returned Mon
day evening by auto route.
Mi--..s Marie Stroemer and
r son. iVvrr e Stone are attending the Ep
l (i at j worth. League convention at Falls
s ixet-ICity this week :is delegates and Rev.
j C. E. Connell is also in attendance.
He leaves f jtl.er. mother, breaker.
Manuel, sisrs Francos. Lncilo and
Nnthryn to m i;ro..
Th 2 funtr.'.I of L'oyd Proiuy who
died at Portsmouth, Va.. was h:ld
from the M. Ik church here Sunday.
The services were conducted by b v.
CT.r:?i'- . ''
t ' r a
.or ; n a
-(turned to his
on Monday af-vi.-it
O. R. Mc!or,r,M and ch. ill-
re r., Mara'uerite and Rolert, reto.r
oi Sunday from ikcir visit in Piatt
SciaeTer is v:
oier :s vim: r.i-, wit ii
iends liere. IT" is on a
Hina a mc
i : s ii. a n y
F. S. Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Am-;ver! and
children. Marvel and John Ikirton,
visited relatives at Council Plut s
from Thursday until Sunday even
Mrs. ( p. uite anr' sen, Lewi
Mr. and Mrs. John Xreuaer of
Point, Nebra.-ka, were call in a:
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tj U t Li S
: ITS DE
ArPROrSIATE FAREWELL TEN
DERED A TO DEPARTING
Afl:?'r.oon Patty ar.d Picnic Lunch
con Mrs. IvIeDaniel a FAitli
fr.l IJcmher of Guild.
"i-it'ii VV.-il:i. . lay's I'oily.
Yesterday afternoon the ladies
and friends of St. Mary's Guild and
St. Luke's parish gathered at the
nrctiv homo of Mrs. F. L. Cummins.
J on 9th etreet to tender another one
:iiil j of their faithful members, Mrs. J. E.
'est ! McDaniel, a farewell. This farewell
on i was in the nature of an afternoon
relatives in Elmwood on Saturday party and picnic luncheon and was
evening. i another of the delightful events of
On Weur.es d:,v. Mav 29. at Lin-!" sprirur season.' Mrs. McDaniel
C. F. Con noil
in the AIvo ccno'cry.
ed leaves -lis fath.er. Met
sister, Lulu, who live ir
burial was m
The father atteodM the funeral and
will remain here a month.
Mr-. Carl John. .on bar- recently
received, a card from France fnun
her brother, John Emile Parry, v. ho
onlktcd in May. 1 b' 1 7 . in Texa-.-:.
ile, as lie is familiarly knov. n in
was soot to Now York last
U ; Em
f ? t':i w8- - B1 I "V'-n-r-'i t-!.l v: s not r.mvl tiv cnt i'O
JTk 7TN r if-Tt. ti fi Z.:.t fiV V.v TSV V P! "-" 1 - '
a m - rr-jr h . m o v . ...
i$ R P Qmm "nnert b,e-f. beitiir in the h-.-ntal
P jgji H O J fiiifnr some tin'iC- hut h" reaained his
lU H Tx ft S3 rn SI n liiht:iIlh antl arrived, in Franco safely
ii&Slyy? about three
1 y 0 n n U H n
J-J: f n
J I I t Ml. I
-v V 1
he hrst t oo.meiiCement exrrcise-
he Aivo con.- oiniHt'Mi r ciooi were
ihebl in the iliah so-hocd auditorltnu.
! on three succe:;?ive uiahts. May 21,
HI 22 and 2.k
1 H U - s.
Tuesday evening was held the
"Senior f'lass I)ay" j-roaram which
combiod of a Salutatory, Class I'is-
torv. C!av? Prot hefv, Cla-s Will
fes'tory. Clav? Pro lic'y, ( oi- -. , ill. r-i v-
p cra!:;eod m-iiical numlioro and the
ii ! Valedictory.
coin occurred the marriage of Miss
Opal Hire ar.d Mr. John Krueaer.
;:ot!i are well known and popular
youn.r pee-jio, bavin a; preo.vn from
ili is place
A we-biina" supper was!
served at thse home of the bride's j
or-mt.. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hite, !
only the immediate family being; in
attendance, v.iih the exception of
Miss Hut tie Arres, who with the
bride's brother. Lewis Hite, accom
panied the bridal pair to Lincoln and
were present at the ceremony. Mr.
and. Mrs-. Krueaer have the best
wishes of their many friends here,
a:ui left Monday for Wtot Point,
where they will be at home after
Jane irth on a farm near that place.
EEZPING HOME PIPES BURNING.
Saturday, June 8
Dancing from 8 p. m. to 12 m. p
t the close the t-en-
presonte-'l the school with
a heaiHitul r.ew clock lor tiie Ilia..
; school asr-en-Jly roon1.
uH.ruay ni.Tiit itse comooy. ou
tbied "Deacon Dubb" v.as present
ed by the Senior class 'oefore a crowd
ed auditorium. Evervone who was
it it W
TO KEEP YOU COOL!
Best of order and a good time.
Ladies' free check room.
EVIusic by EtroehSer Orchestra
speke very bi,;h.ly of it. Tho
great deal cf praise for their ab.ility
to present this t lay so ? v.ccessfuliy.
Thursday efterr.oon "dr. I!. W.
Caldwell, of the history department
of the State University, autoed in
from Lincoln and delivered the com
mencement adores.-: in th? evening
to the class of it)lS before a crowd
ed house. His subject dealt partic
ularly with the important periods in
the history of America up to the
present time and their effect upon
I us all. His remarks to the chies
Ice Cream and Cake and Soft Drinks
will be served in the hall.
1 were in accordance with the
School closed on Wednesday, May
ISth, with a picnic at the school
Ssnis, 50g; Ladies, Free; Speoiafers, 25g
Pius War Tax to Help Lick the Kaiser.
Card of Thanks
We wish to take this method of
expressing our most sincere thanks
Our main duty of today is to keep
all the home tires burnina; and to
take care th.at our boys, when re
turnina; from over there find their
families in best health. Therefore
you need a remedy which holds tho
sichr.ess off by helping the resisting
power of nature to expel all danger
ous substances and morbific germs
out of your system. Triner'.s Amer
ican Elixir of Bitter Wine performs
this role in the most reliable way.
It is a home remedy in the best sense
of the word, because it removes all
stomach disorders and restores the
normal functions of the intestinal
tract. At drug stores. Refuse cheap
imitations and a?.k of your druggist
Triner's American Elixir of Hitter
Wine, $1.10. For rheumatism, neu
and similar pain try Triner's Lini
ment. It is a very excellent prepa
ration, ?7 and C"c at drug store-,
by mail 45 and TSc. Joseph Triner
company, 133371C-TJ South Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111.
CORN FOR REPLANTING.
Lim'ted amount of Reids yellow
dent, already tested in the field and
made a fine stand. Select ear, $4.00
bushel. Johnson Bros., Neb. City.
CASTOR I A
or Infants and Children
Isi Use For Over 30 Years
i and family will remove to sunny
j California in a few da vs. where the
! McDaniel family will make their
I heme in the future. St. Mary's
Guild has lost a number of their good
workers through removal from city
and going elsewhere to make their
I l-.-imcc o-nrt nnw ftlPV DTP rOil"!Sr to IOSe
, 1 -IT T I .. tl.. . 1 1. r. 1 .
j auou.tr. .mis. .)iu;i:ia'i net.-. n:-t-u .i
j member of St. Mary's Guild during
iher residence in this city and has
not only been a member, but has
been one of their most efficient and
faithful workers, always doing and
willing to do her share.
The Cummins home had neen
made very attractive with handsome
bououcts of the garden flowers plac
ed here and. there. The ladies in
! charge of the this afternoon's cn-
tertairment had planned a number
of amusements from which the
guests derived much rdersure. On
the arrival of all the guests, the
first diversion introduced was a race
in eating peanuts. Twenty minutes
were distributed and the guests
were given hut a few moments to eat
these peanuts. Mrs. Ed. Egenberg
cr got away with hers the first and
was awarded the prize.. Strinas, with
a peanut at one end were then dis
tributed and the' guests were re
quested to eat string, peanut and
all, without any assistance so far as
their hands were concerned. In this
contost Mrs. Will Clement carried
off the prize.
A few moments were then devot
ed to a pleasant social conversation
and then the guests were invited to
the dining room where an elegant
ard delicious picnic buffet luncheon
sprains, ewemngs i " as j erveu.
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild
truly did enjoy themselves at this
rftcrnoon party, but the fact that
they were to lose another of their
faithful members from their midst,
eact a shadow on their pleasures.
But, while they regret losing Mrs.
McDaniel, yet, on their departure
they extended their best wishes to
her for hapniness in their new home
in Sunny California.
Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel and daugh
ter wilblepart for Salina, Kas., to
morrow morning over the Missouri
J Pacific where they will visit relatives
and friends before their departure
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Tha Red Sox
Red Sox Bail Park
You will enjoy seeing the good
clean game the Longways put up.
They stand now at the head of the
Greater Omaha league and this will
be their first Sunday game out of
town, there beintr one odd team in
the Greater Omaha. Come out and
see the home team win.
NOTICE OF BOARD OF
The county Board of Equalization
will sit for the purpose of equalizing
he a.-sossment of Cass county for
the year 1S1S. in the Commissioners'
Chamber at the court house in Platts
mouth.. Nebraska, beginning Tues
day, June 11. 191S, at f o'clock a.
m.. and continue in session from day
to day till NOON on Saturday, June
1", ID IS.
All claims for equalization must
be filed on or before NOON of Fri
day, June 14. 1D1S.
FRANK J. LIBERSIIAL.
Count v Clerk.
BERRY BOX MATERIAL
Quart oblong boxes, f2.L,-" for
r.OO; crates. 14c; tacks, oz.. T cents;
crate nails, lb., l.'.c. Johnson Bros..
Nebraska t'ity, Nebraska.
Contractor Joseph Peters was a
visitor in Gh-nwood today, having
gone there for the purpose of look
ing after some work which he has
WRITES MOTHER LETTER.
From Monday's Paily.
Don Arries on Mother's day, May
12, remembered his mother and the
letter has just arrived, coming this
morning, which considering the
circumstances has made good time.
In the letter he pays honor and tri
bute to the mother, and expresses
gratitude for the possession of a
mother to write to, saying many cf
the boys w'th him have no, and tolls
of the Y. M. C. A. who are furnish
ing flowers at the front for the beys
to wear in honor of their mother.
We buy Rags, Rubber,
Iron and Metal!
Second Hand Furniture
of all kinds!
PAYS BEST PRICES!
S. GHfiSEN, Manager
Eighth and Vine St.,
jgjlto the neighbors and friends who "Lifnamre o
Mrs. Hugh Cecil who has been
visiting in the city for the past week
departed for her home this afternoon
at Dunlap, Iowa. .
Sandow Motor Trucks!
The High Grade All-Purpose Truck
Will stand the strongest test, and prove its value to every
user. See one at our parage, 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 vour work with
a guarantee at all times.
RIOTOR 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
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