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PIATTiMOUTH WEITKXY JOURNAL.
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MANLEY STATE BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF GASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
THOMAS E. PARMELE
WM. J. RAU.
CHAS. C. TARMELE. President.
FRED NUTZMAN. Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER. Cashier.
CHAS. C. PARMELE
Tj-JOMAS K. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EGENRERGER
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 R. PARMELE. Director.
ur Facilities Enable Us to Handle Your Business in this .County Promptly and
Economically and on this Basis We Invite Your Patronage.
u ini day
The Red Sox
Red Sox Ball Park
The Omaha Stags played at Mis
souri Valley last Sunday and came
or:" the visitors. It is claimed that
this team is about in the same class
as the Walter G. Clarks. you will
rt-member how that team played
with the Red Sox.
Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Thuresson de
parted Friday for their home in
Chicago after having visited the
past few weeks with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Slot bower
drove down from Lincoln. Monriuy
afternoon for a visit with the let
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. El
liott and other relatives.
Mr.'and Mrs. M. L. KeotVr started
for Julesburg, Colo., last Friday,
but were detained at Lincoln, on I
account of the illness of their i
daughter Miss Lois, who is attend- j
ins summer school there.
Mrs. Jno. Foreman went to Lin- j
coin, Monday mornin? accompanied
by Mrs. Geo. P. Foreman and daugh
ter Miss Aurel and Mrs. Emma
Cashner who went to be with her
husband who expects to he operated
upon some time this week.
same place, but stopped in Chicago returned Sunday from Lincoln where
to visit with relatives, so did not re- they spent a few days. They were
turn with the boys, but is expected ' -i.cct r.ipar.ie l by Mrs. Williams' dau-
.Mr. and Mrs. George Oehlerking
and family, of Elm wood, and Mr. and
Mrs. Eniil Mever were Sundav
guests of Mr. and .Mrs. August. '
Last Wednesday afternoon Miss i
Clara Stroy had the misfortune to;
ghtcr, Mr?. Grace Schmidt, who will
visit a short time.
The Murdock IIi2.li School build
ing is being treated to a new coat of
p:iint, John Amgwert applying the
:;:!!,(. Homer Lawton did the paint
ng inride and revarnished the fur
niture, which when aH done will
to have quite a sum of money taken
and a more pleasant place
,Yom her purse, which she had left j lu- ,,!,:
i tii is tail.
! Murial Gillespie gave his parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. "W. O. Gillespie a happy
surprise last Wednesday morning
for a few moments in her car.
Alvin Neitzel and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Schewe attended the re
ception given for Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Jardine at. the home of the bride's
parents Tuesday evening of last
when he arrived home to spend the
Fourth of July with them, having
been absent for more than a year.
Tie enlisted in the United States Navy
Among those who celebrated the j at that triiet aml was on a short
Fourth at Nebraska City were Louis ; fn-io-h to come home, leaving last
Schmidt and wife, Ixniie Bornemeier i e. ,,,.. ,,,,.Tl;T1 fr- fnmn vt Mnn-
and wife, Ferd. Brunkow, wife and !
i$ ton Verl, Harold Tool and wife and
HEWS FROM ALV0
R. F. Johnson was in Omaha on
The Alvo Rand played July 4th
at the Nebraska City celebration.
Mrs. C. R. Jordan and Miss Emma
Jordan were Lincoln passengers Fri
day. J. P. Elliott went to Lincoln Sun
day. Mics Lillian Curyea is spending
a week with her aunt Miss Grace
Chas. C. Rue knell left Sunday
evening for Otis. Colo., to help in the
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bornemeier of
Murdock were visiting relatives here
Mrs. Esther Clark went to Have
' . k Thurrday evening remaining un
Miss Laura Vickers of Eagle, visit
ed her brother Joe and family the
I first of the week.
H. Weidman went over to Red
ik, Iowa, Sunday where he will
jend a few days.
Foreman and sister Miss
Foreman celebrated July 4th
in University Place.
Dr. L. Muir and family were -tak-
ing in the sights at the tlate fisher
ies at South Bend July 4.
G. W. Curyea and son Clarence,
were in South Rend the first of the
week, working on their elevator.
Frank Uptegrove left Tuesday for
Iowa, where he will visit a few days
with his brother Wm. Uptegrove.
Jake Kamni shipped a car of stock
to South Omaha Sunday and Jno.
Murtey shipped a car of hogs "Mon
day. Will Sutton, Lafe Mullen and
Oliver Taylor left for Chappell in
the fcrmers car to help harvest their
Ed. Swartz returned from Minn.,
last week. He left Monday for An
tioch, Nebr., to work in the potash
Chas. F. Rosenow and famiTy spent
July 4th, at Raymond, where they
attended the Lancaster county rural
Mrs. Rachel Manners and baby of
Havelock and brother Ervin Knott
of Kearney, visited Sunday at the
C. F. Rosenow home.
The Archie Miller. Roy Stewart,
Orville Robertson and J. W. Vickers'
families were among those who cele
brated the 4th at Lincoln.
J. W. Sutton has contracted with
the Hebb Motor Co., for the Patriot
trucks. The west half of Cass coun
ty deliveries assured by August 1st.
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'ha. Lon- an1 wi!- BEXOCRATIC COUNTY
Mrs. Williams and daughter. Erna, rnJVP"KrTTn'?J
V iJAl A. WAV
Ali Kinds of Tire Repairing!
RIM CUTS AND ALL TUBE REPAIRING!
Quick Work and Excellent Service
Help Win the War by Saving
Your Old Tires.
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Krug Building Caldwell's Old Stand
W. O. Gillespie left Saturday eve-
ning for Colorado.
Emil Kuehn and-E. V. Thimgan
autoed to Milford Friday.
Little John Burton Amgwert was
on the sick list last Sunday.
Matt Thimgan and son Victor
drove to Ashland Monday evening.
Homer Lawton and Steve Leis
spent the Fourth of July in Omaha.
Miss Vera Eisenhut. of Lincoln,
spent the Fourth of July here with
Misses Carrie and Magdelene Ga
kemeier spent a few days last week
in Lincoln. 1
Several of our young people at
tended the dance in Louisville 4th of
Miss Edith Kelly, of Plattsmouth.
was a guest of Miss Margueret Amg
wert on Sundav.
Miss Marguerite McDonald is vis
iting in Plattsmouth and Murray
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McDonald and j
son, Robert, were at Murray Sunday
visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Caseman and daugh
ter. Verna, were Sundav guests at
the E.--C. Kuehn home. j
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian D. Conrad '
and child, of Deuel County, are vis- j
iting at the Glaubitz home.
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.urs. Anna min anu aaugnier
Barbara Louise, of Lincoln, are vis
iting at the Goehry home.
Rev. Schwab and family, and Rev.
H. Stohl took supper with Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Gurr Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bornemeier
were Sunday guests at the home of!
Mr. and Mrs. George Hall near Alvo. j
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hitchcock and
daughter, Ogla Mary, of Havelock,
visited with L. Neitzel and wife last i
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rueman and
little Miss Helen Irene Panska were 1
Louisville visitors last Saturday af-J
Mr. and Mrs. Gail McDonald and!
daughter Narma, of Hampton, No-,
braska, were guests of relatives here!
the past -week.
Miss Delia Eighoff. of Waukomis,
Okla., sister of Mrs. Herman Schmidt
came Saturday for an extended visit
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McNamara and
cnuuren, w niara anu jeanette, 01
McCool Junction, Neb., spent the
week end with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gillespie
and son Muriel, also Mr. and Mrs. !
Will McNamara, of McCool Junction J
autoed to Lincoln last Sunday.
! Herbert Story and Kenneth Tool!
'returned last Friday from" Camp
j Sheridan. Illinois, where they spent j
jfour weeks in military training, j
i Conrad Baumgartner, jr., was at the
The logical choice
This is the problem that
presents itself today.
Rising prices demand
greater care in the selec
tion of your clothes.
A logical choice u
Pursuant to call of the Democratic
State committee, the Democrats of
Cass County will hold their primar
ies in each ward and voting precinct
in said county on July 15, 1918. at
the usual voting places, at 8:00 p.
m.. there to select delegates to the
County Convention to be held at
Louisville, on July 17th, ISIS, at
10:00 o'clock a. in. The apportion
ment of delegates being based on
the vote cast for President Wilson
in 191 being one delegate for ev
ery ten votes or major fraction
hereof, as follows:
Salt Creek :
Weeping Water Precinct
Eight Mile Grove
Reck Bluffs 1st
Rock Bluffs 2nd
J Weeping Water
j First Ward
I Second Ward
Third Ward 2
j Plattsmouth City
j First Ward 7
i Second Ward 17
I Third Ward IS
Fourth Ward IS
Fifth Ward 7
E 2ch grade the same price the nation ever
Style from a ercat designer;
Tailored by an organization that
centers volume on each grade
so as to put in more work at a
Fcbrics exceptional due to
concentration of volume buying.
Styleplus Clothes will solve your
problem. Let us prove it.
The Only Siyleplus Store
At the county convention will be
selected 1$ delegates to the staie
convention to be held at Hastings, on
Tuesday. July 30, 191S, at 12
o'clock noon. The selection of com-
j mitteemen. will be made at the coun
j ty convention, and such -other busi
I v'.-is as may properly be brought
G. II. GILMORE,
IS THE CITY GROWING.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Ore year ago, at the time of the
completion of the taking of the
school census, which at that time
; showed children of school age in the
j city 1,311, and which we thought
i was a pretty good sized school for
j our city. We were then beginning
J the new school house, and were
I thinking that we would have an
i abundance of room for the acconio
; dation of the scholars.
With an increase in the number
of the scholars, of over eleven and
ons-half per cent, the capacity for.
accomodation will soon be over run.
The enumeration for the current
STARTING MONDAY, JULY 15th
SEE SKINNIE KINLING
The King of All Black Face Comedians.
The Island City Trio of
THE SIX DANCING DOLLS
and our regular run af excellent pictures.
VAUDEVILLE STARTS AT 8:30
Then the Pictures and the Vaudeville Again.
ADMISSION 11 and 22c
year is 1.4C3, making an increase
during the year of 152. We had
kept pretty close tab on the comings
and goings of the people and were
aware of the fact that a large num
ber of families has moved to our
city, but were not prepared for the
amount of increase which the enum
The fact that the city is growing,
as rapidly no one can deny, not that
there is a hoom, but a good steady
normal growth, which is making this
a biager and better town, with
more business, more pep, and a bet
IS JOINING MEDICAL
From Monday's Daily.
Dr. Daniel Golding, of Fremont,
.vas in Omaha a few days since and
took the examination and w?s rec
ommended for a captaincy in the
service. The doctor passed nn ex
cellent examination, and returned to
his home, awaiting the call, and will
unless his wife should become worse
in her health, go to the servic when
called, notwithstanding the fact that
last year ne made six thousand dol
lars clear from his practice ?.t his
home in Fremont.
DID YOU EVER CHANGE YOUR
CLOTHES IN THE MOUNTAINS?
From Wednesday's Dally.
Changing one's clothes In the
cold, behind high rocks, is not very
pleasant, but it is one of the trials of
film acting when taking scenes in
isolated localities. In the latest
Douglas Fairbanks production, "A
Modern Musketeer," released by
Artcraft, which will be shown at the
Parmele theatre, Friday and Satur
day, many of the scenes were taken
in the Grand Canyon of Arizona, and
at this time of year, at an altitude
of seven or eight thousand feet, the
cold is piercing.
Miss Marjorie Daw, who plays the
leading feminine role opposite Fair
banks, shivered for one day and then
discovered an oil stove, which was
one of her most cherished possessions
while in the Canyon.
OBTAIN HOG CHOLERA
MARRIED AT LINCOLN
From Monday's Daily.
At Lincoln Friday, Miss Agnes
Gruber. one of the well mown
young ladies of Union, was m-irried
to David Andrews, of Lincoln. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
Howard D. Chapman, pastor of the
First Baptist church, at his resi
dence. They will make their home
in Lincoln. Nebraska City News.
HOME GUARDS TAKE STAS.
From Monday's Dally.
The home guards at their meet
ing last week took the matter in
hand of securing the subscriptions
for the War Savings Stamps, and
Thrift Stamps, and through their
captain and first lieutenant. C. A.
Rawls, and J. W. Holmes respective
ly, and received pledges for $730.00.
The home guards not alone take ex
ercise but come across handsomely
in the matter of stamps as well.
Gang Plow for sale. Nearly new.
Inquire of J. J. Lohnes, Mynard.
Serum at cost $1.17 c. c. and virus
free at rate of 3 c. c to 100 c. c.
serum of E. F. Marshall of We rping
Water by any one needing it in
Cass County. The Farm Rureau
Board has arranged with Mr. Mar
shall to keep a small supply of pur
ity serum made at Sioux City. Iowa.
L. R. SNIPES.
For Sale Several well located
cottages. As part payment can take
some other property or a Liberty
Bond. R. B. Windham.
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children
9n Use For Over 30 Years
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Sprrlal Attention to Disease of Women
ACUTE .DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Hours
and Sundays by Appointment.
8:30 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 5:39
SKI Plattsmouth, Neb.
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