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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1918)
MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 10,13-
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"'!:x '"'f- I !i'ti r at the ,;urt hoi::4 ted iv ;nd
e ' !; i f .e ir !.ou:,ilIe v. .s ; drovi- over this mornitii; with his
' : i ' : r M! '.- : 'lis tm n i a , r.
hcuu-- limit, -v.; toj w ,:i , w (1)tl va:. a
" , , r- ; visitor in this eily tl-.is morning.
J. ! ". at"! !'ai:!!y from K- ek j1Md had : ei-ie business to look after
1 ry it onM
" i ty li-; coflt on ami s o liow you hkcit. You can
: U r jout t lf in y'af-.s liow it fiis jincl oois,
i'A you ifi't Icll iiow it will wear. I liat depends
:. tlic i:uc:.ty of tl:c workf uan&li jp, inucli of whicli
ci .n't f.Jt'.iw on tlie oninde!'
"J'lJ t:r your word for the worktniri"Jnj," i,oys tlie
"iiut l il do oct'er for y.)ti tlun that! V 11 guarantee
you ilis'a.'oiy wear and service from the suit hc
cauio it; Giodicraft, and I'll also back that up with
the written i;u uantcc of the maktrrs which you'll
fitv.l rijlit thr in the inside packet!'
$18.50 lo $30.00
Several more Manhattan
15 and 16,
fetid 1 II
To i Infaiits r.nd Children.
Mothers Know That
j f'.luiT.s were iii l lie city la:-l i vmini:
j tr.nrttinc: smiif but-ino;s with the
Grover Will whs in last evening
lrc-n his farm home west of Mynard
was transacting some business
with the merchants.
s'.imuel !'.)ili);:ui fro!P. s(utliest
uf ..lv:i;ni was a visitor in i'latts
i:;outli t!i;s irernit!. where he will
vi-it. i.r the iay.
M'arles narnard. of near .Xiynartl
as : visitor in 1 Mat tnunut h tills
mernin.tr looking alier :-ome btisi-:n-s
for the mornifir.
Mrs. Henry Kaufman from south
of the city was a imcnger to Oma
ha this morning where she is s;umi(1
inj; the d iv witli frieii'ls.
K. S. Tu't one of the rustiin mer
i h i t s of Murray was a business
visiter in this city hot evening hav
ing some matters if business to look
A. V. N.'V. sh: in of Green wood
i l.a'l si'iee bi!.-i:ic"s matters to look
Shirts left, sizes 14 t-2,
A-1 i r i I
PS TiPtf left R M
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well in the !
Jacob Iiild from west of Mynard
was a visitor in this city last even
ing coining in with the family to do
tonic trading with the city mer
chants. IS. K. HreiohM. M. !.. of Murray
was a visitor in this city la -t even
ing looking after some business mat
ters and returned homo later in the
Uert t'okhiestcr of Weeping
Water w:.s looking after some busi
ness i:i the city today and taking
the physical examination before t In
Mrs. John Theirolf came in this
morning from her home' near Cedar
Creek and is visiting for a short
time at the home of her mother Mrs.
C. !:. Dasher.
Ardie Hehman. Fred Iaud.-ay and
Lemuel IJarret. of near I'nion were
in this morning, being called to re
port for physical examinations be
fore the local board.
Hmil Walters and Harry Rice
with their assistants, departed this
morning for Murray, where they are
doing some plastering at the hour
of Mrs. Joseph Sans of that plate.
.1. J. ladtnes and family were in
tie city thi morning from Coir
home southwest of Mynard. and
were transacting some business with
the city merchants for a few hours.
Kdnard Curtice who has been
living near Nehawka. came up la. (
evening and is visiting at Malvern.
Iowa, having gone there last even
ing to attend the Mills county fair.
John. Kill and Stephen iiockwHI
of Weeping Water, were in the city
this morning, coming for pli!c!l
examination, before the local bord
being-a part of th last registration.
K. C. Colchiuister. drote over teis
morning from hi h.nue uoar Kim
wood :nd was looking alter joi:i'
matters in this city, and wab atleaii
ing to some business matters at toe
Frederick Wayne Young, and John
Gruber were in the rity today from
their home near I'nion. and were
taking the physical examination be
fore the local board, they bei:;g of
the recent registration.
Herman Kupka and wife and lit n
ry Meierjorgen and wife from mar
Kin: wood, arrived iti the city this
morning, having driven in with Mr
Kunka s auto, to look alter somt
business at the court house.
Joseph Shrader and family from
southwest of Murray were in the
citv lost evening looking after some
business, and doing some trading
with the merchants, having driven
in with their car and return. -d home
Henry Snokc who has been in tlx
city for the past few days looking
after the interests of the county, a
one of th" board of county ce:!: ;
sioners departed this morning ta
the luirlington for his home at
Karnest Ifutiery who departed f
the west with the bunch of !..
few days since, sends hour.-, a card
enroute telling of how nice the Kcd
Cross, ladies at North Platte, givin
them a feed as well as furnishing
m with cards to write to their
. friends at homo.
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belli from the other side of Cedar
Creek were in the city this morning
t!o having been farming together
.Mr. Worth coming for physical a-
initiation, before the local hoard
while Mr. Likewise was in the city
lo look alter .some business.
.Mrs. Win. .Schneider. Mrs. Waller
! j Schneider. Mrs. Robert Stivers. Mrs.
i Mary Schneider; Misses Helen and
j Vcrla Schneider of Cedar Creel; and
i Miss Kslli'-r N'oyes of Louisville inot
ered I'i thi-? ciiy ye terday afternoon
for a visit at t!i Red Cro.s Ware
house ;iild a short visit Willi llieinle
Messrs and Me-djioes L. .!. M;,v-
j ('; Id anl Kurl Mayfieh! drove over
jlrem their homo at Louisville this
morning to wjfh friends and to
look ,after soipc busiuevs at I lie co::rt
hous-e. Tl)i'v remarked upiui t he
gooi! appe;iranee of the corn, when
tl.e Jioi winds and excessive hot
we iMier u iis f.'I.ep into e ni .irh ra-
I'nii 'i'hin .-.ii i vs I at1:.-.
A. H. f(-vtt)ii who ha 7. be. p Vi: ii.-
1 '"lg til (his file for s.mni linn, ni.t
with relative-.. ietinn"d he! even
ing to Cellar Creek.
j G. A. R. Hicks of Cullom waj a
j visiter iu this city this morning r.in-
ing down to look after simi" lui:-;i-
iie.-. nuring i ne lay.
Will Smith of Murray Hi' po-t-
master of that city was in tho city
J ' nignr, looking jitter some tmsi
i liess for a few hours.
I A. J. Mox of Kim wood' was a vi-it-i
or in this city this morning driving
cv-or from his home town to look af
' ter seine business iii h couiily
, J. M. Patterson of Union v.a" a
visiter in thi city last evening cmiu-
ing up to look after some busLiesy j
here and to visit for a short time
with his folks. .
at the court houte us
Earl Uerger who has been at Ft. j
Riley with the medical reserve corps 1
returned home last evening for a '
short furlough, which he will spend
at his heme at Murray.
Stanley Maple and Frank Huff
man arrived this morning from
Weeping Water and will engage
with the F.urlingloii. as workmen in
the local shops and will make their
Thomas Shir w , d ami Frank iiu:
I i'i! and ii;u Giy were up from near
I'nion this morning, where they are
looking after some limine: for tlr
day. havi ig driven up with Mr. Ilus-
t oil's ear.
Mrs. Theodore Paul's of
ic:"o:;s t he
a visitor in Om-jha e -
terday aitending the :.how. and was
Mid by Mr. haul's h: U evening here,
going fo their home on the ranch
the other side of th- Miscnuri.
Frank YaMny of Murray and ,
Tliemas Creinwel! of N'luth Platte.
were in the city last evening look-
ing after some business, re-ariling !
iM.nie liiiuls, wlii'h they are selling j
in the western portion ef t!;e stale, j
l.i.r., Cloit.O.r. rwi lllW i
If."" jii-ll I ! 'I l! JI'H i ' ' j
been visiting in this city for ihejV
past few das returned to her home j 1
at Louisville last evening via thej
r.urlingten. and was accompanied
as far as ()reap:)!i-; 1y St friend.
Miss Clara Trilety.
P.en Rocker ami wile with II
diior.liter Mr . liarnesl P.ar.uf. all f
P.le unlit Id are iiliug at the home
of their daughter Mrs. J. F. Ln.g
at Murray, and with Mr. ami Mrs.
I oiig came to this eily l ei eve a
iug to lo lx after sonic bu in':: and
to vis.'l with friends as widl.
(Jeorge W. Ciow tiover of Svraeo-e
v.a; a visitor iu this cit l.u-t even
ing looking over tin ground. and
grttiiig acquainted with people hev
as he eaiidiil.!'.- for the lie'liiiua
:in for ilo.it Represi nt at i ve on ihe
republican ticket. contesting .the
matter of the nomination with Mr.
R. P.. Windham of this city.
Mts. A. .1. Hargett win has been
snonJinir the summer in the western
portion of the stale, at the home of
her p.trnts on a farm near Arapa
hoe, arrived houu this morning. She
tells of rains at Cret:. in copious
uuantitie.-. hut the southwestern
portions of Ihe slate visited only by
light showers, but of much beio-Ht
as I bey have regard "d the damage
by the excessive heat.
Ki-m S.i I n il.i s I'aily.
.Mrs. Harvey liarger n; near Ced
ar Creek was a visitor iu this city
W:u. Ottcislein was a visitor in
this ci'v Jiiis alt'.rnoon from his
home near Mynard.
M. L. Furlong and Waiter Beyers
were visaing in Plattsmout h from
their home near old Rock i 'duffs.
I. M Patter, tit v. as a visitor in
this ciiy la.-t von ing from Fnioii,
and relumed heme lasd evening in
1. C. Rlioibn of Murray was a
visitor in this i: last evening com
ing to look after some business mat
ters fur a .hoit lime.
IV M. Grave- departed iii alter
noen for LaPialte where he is visit
ing for a short time with his daugh
ter Mrs. Win. Shipley.
Karl Rarger ei.ieo up from Murray
vest t -relay and departed in the after
noon for Ashland where he will
visit until over Sunday.
Wm. Hit hard,; from Jouth Rend
was a visitor 111 this city today look
ing after some business; business
natters at Ihe court house.
Grover Smilh from near Rock
Rlulls was a business visitor in
Plat I smout It this afternoon, where
he has some mailers in the county
eea t .
Prank Vallery from Murray was
transact ing business in Plattsmoulh
this afternoon and looking after
some, busines.': mailers a the court
John Pri h from south of Cedar
rod whs a business visitor iu this
ciiy la.-t evening having sumo busi
ness to tramact and later returned
to his home.
W. 1'. Young and wife from near
Murray were passengers to Omaha
i hi:-, morning- where they are both
looking after some b'isinv:-.s and
vhilitig with friend:..
( harks Meiiey iields and James
H-l!esl)"nier 'fn.m near Murray were
looking alter some business in
Plattsmoulh last evening having
Iriven up in Mr. DellesDenier's car.
Theodore R. Farmer, departed this
morning for Ogallala, where be gnoa
to visit for over Sunday and to re
turn with the family who have
been visiting there for the past two
weeks, at the home oT Mrs. Farmer's
J. R. c. Gregory a prominent far
mer from sooth of Cedar Civek was a
v hut or in PlatRunouth this morn
ing coming to look after :o'.ne busi
ness in Ihe cite and also some mat
ters at the court house.
Ira Bates of Cedar Creek who 'ins
been at. the hospital at Omaha for
some weeks, is home again and so
'l . quuK Q 4jmt jL
S Y 7r? its i a ' . . n T
we will put on sale all of our Summer Dress Goods, consisting of Voiles, Crepes,
Organdies, Silk Mixtures, Striped Linens, etc. Also White and Colored Skirt
ings. A beautiful line of Waistings, Embroidered Swisses, Embroidered Mulls
and Figured and Siriped Voiles.
We will also offer at this sale Embroidered Flouncings in 27, 36 and 40
inches wide and a great reduction to close.
A line of Foulard
priced $1.69 the yard
in Voiles, Organdies, Georgettes and Crepe d' Chine at a big reduction.
A special offering in Scrim and Lace Curtains. Some in odd pairs at way
below value to close out.
Also a line of While Scrim Curtains, lace trimmed, worth up lo $2.00 the
pair special at $1.59.
Children's and Ladies Fancy Parasols to close out at a great bargain.
- w tgr
much improved that he was able to
come to this city this morning lo
look after some business matters.
Perry Youngriug. of Yuma. Colo.,
v. ho has been visiting in this city
for some time past the guest at the
home of C. it. Frans
morning i'o'- his home iu the west,
where he is engaged iu farming.
Mark White was a visitor in this
city this afternoon, and was looking
alter some business and was meeting
his friend Kdvvard Horan. who is
a candidate for nomination of com
missioner of tho third district and
whose home is in Kaglo.
Kdvvard Horan who is candidate
from the third district and whose
home is in Kagle. was a visitor in
this oily this afternoon and was ac
companied by his son H rold Doran.
.Mr. Horan is a man well iialilied
for the position for which lie aspir
ed, and is making a good clean can
vass for the nomination.
(Jeorge Slander anil family depart -
ed this noon for Louisville, where
they went to attend the funeral of
tin mother of Mr. Goo. Slander, who
died last Thursday. Mrs. Kli.a Stand
er, whose funeral will occur at the
Methodist church at L-ouisville this
afternoon. The burial being at the
cemetery just east of the city.
K. R. Chapman, of near Fnioi:
who is one. of the members of the
school board of one of the rural dis-
liiets. vva a business visitor in this
eily this morning, having some mat
ters to look after at the otlice of the
county superintendent ot schools.
While, in the city Mr. Chapman, re
membered that he was iu need of
Ihe Journal and arranged to have
(he paper come to his address at I'n
ion. J. C. York was down town yes
terday with a basket of tomatoes
from his war garden, from which
he realized a nickle per pound or
one dollar and fifty cents per basket.
This is the result of his working
nights, after having gone home from
hi work at the Rurlingtou. and
with the added hours. Mr. York lu3
the appearance of being slightly
over trained, and should realize tin
prices which he is receiving for his
MITH K TO rllCIHTHIIS.
rim st:ili of NVbrask?. County of
In the Matter of the Kstate of Marg:r
' et Muinm, deceased:
In 'on iil foiirl.
To the Creditors of said feeeased:
Von are hereby notified that 1 will
For Infants and Children
In Use ForOvcrSO Years
Silks, 36 inches wide, worth up
all the late patterns.
PLATTS MOUTH, NEBRASKA
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.-it :il !!. .iii!l- 'nrl !'. in in Plaits- j l: r;ue ! !.i u l; Ii I r. .M;ih!e I'.wm. a triaml
nioiitli. in saiil eoinly. on Ilie lirst ilay !aiml:i.-r anl Kaloli .mn,' a uraml-
r September. 1 : 1 S. ami on the I'd uayjsoii. who are interested in'saiil pmp
1 ( nil er, PUS, at nine o'clock a. m , lerty aecurdiu to II,,- jiercih nt laws of
of each day to receive and examine all j Ihe state of Nebraska, and pi a i n g fr
claims awiinst said estl. with a view ii dolertn inn t ion of tlie time of Hie
to their udjnst ment and allowance. tO-a tli of said Malilila Kssick. de-eased.
The lime limited fur the presentation ! I li names of In r luiis at l;iv ;m.l thi
ol" l.i.ms auainst said estate is thrci
mun'.lis li'eiii llic first dav f tSetitom-
departetl this:'er. a. I .. i:n ami ihe time limited
mm iii- iu.eiii ir iiems is si iiionii.s
from said lirst day of September. R'IS.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
1'oiinty Court, this ::ist la' of .Julv,
miv ai.m:x ,j. mkkson.
Mini i: of iii:kim;.
Ill the 4'ollIllV I'olllt of I'asS I'lilllltj
In th.- Mailer of the Kstale of Ma
tilda Kssiek. Oeeeased:
To all persons interested in said es
tate, Vr. -niters and Heirs at law:
Von arc herliv notified that "William
I:. i:ssir has tiled his petition In this
onit. al!ev:iriK" that Matilda KsSj, k.
late of said cotmty. died intestate, in
said eonnty, on or jiliont the I'd day o"
Seeiein li.r. I'll::, liein a resident ami
inhabitant of said enmity acl the own
er of the following described real es
tate: Lot eleven fill i ft l.loelc three I".'!) ill
the village of Mauley, in I'ass comity.
Nebraska, and leavinur as her sole and
olllv I.IMI'S : I 1:1 W Ilie ft il 1 o vv 1 ii nfiliO'.l
J persons, towit:
. William ii. l-.ssick, husband. Minnie
1. Coon, ti daughter, Helen I.. Coon, a
DID YOU EARN THAT MONEY? WELL YOU W0RH ED FOR
IT. DIDN'T YOU? WHY CAN'T YOU PUT SOME LITTLE PI F??
OUT IN THE BANK EACH PAY DAY, SO THAT SOME DAY ?x
CAN WORK FOR YOU? DAY IT
YOU WON'T ALWAYS BE ABLE TO WORK, EVEN IF vnn
ARE WELL. THEN IT WILL BE A FINE FEELING TO HAVE JSr
MONEY YOU BANKED, WHILE YOU COULD W0R W , ,
NOW. BANK IT. nunn' WHICH IS
WE ADD 3 1-2 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVIUP
COUNTS AND H PER CENT ON TIME CERTIFICATES.
COME TO OUR BANK.
Farmers State Bank
THE NEW BANK.
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS FPOM 7t00 TO 9:00
lo $2.00 a yard; special
Icgrce ol kinship thereof, and the
ri.uiit uf il. scent of the real property
bin u i n :r to said ill- lent in t he stnt
of Nebii.ska. and for ai order barring
claims against said estate, an I for
s'.nh other and further orders as may
be necessary for a uriict disposition
f sa id "ma t ter.
Said matter has been set for a he.ir
oitr at the county court i oom in Piatt
month, said comity on the jsth dav
of August. IViS. at the hour of nine
o i- a. :n . at vvliieh tune all per
sons interested may appear and con
test said petition.
l!v the Court.
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Haled. .Tut v 27th, 191S.
JOHN M. i.i:vie.
Attorney for Petitioner.
W 9 v m
W. A. EOBEFwTSON,
I- East of Riley Hotel. ,
Coat os Block,
I Second Floor.
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