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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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CAPITAL AIID SURPLUS $10,000
THTJESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1918.
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T.-l. 1). ir.C Omaha, Neb.
Miss Mary Hush is with relatives
Matt Thimgan was in Omaha last
Kmil Knehn ami family motored
to Ohaha Friday.
Gordon Block was In Klrawood
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rueman were
in Omaha Sunday.
Mrs. K. T.Tool is visiting relatives
at Shellsburg. Iowa.
Win. Rush and wife were shop
ping in Lincoln Saturday.
Mrs. Wrn. Gehrts and daughter.
Miss Ida. were in Lincoln Friday.
Miss Gladys Sorick is visiting with
relatives in Red Oak, Iowa, for a few
William IJourke and Grover Otte
were at Herman, Ner.. on last Sat
urday. Miss Louise Thimgan. of South
Rriid. is visiting with Matt Thimgan
Mr. and Mrs. Mossmiller. of New
York City, are visiting at the Fred
Fred Gorder and family of Weep
ing Water, were Sunday visitors
with relatives here.
O. A. McDonald and family mo
tored to Murray Sunday Where they
pent the day with relatives.
Mr. :rtd Mrs. Fred Cordes anl in
RDOCK MEAT MARKET
Dealers in Fresh
We dress our beeves cattle are cheaper, so save
money and buy the best steer beef at these prices:
PORTERHOUSE V J
A full line of Sausages and
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN P.OEDEKER. Ccehlfcf.
fant son. Orville Fred, were Sunday
guests of August Panska and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhn and
family of South Bend were Sunday
guests at the Wni Gehrts home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kreuger, of
West Point, Nebr., were visiting rel
atives and friends here over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gurr left Sun
day morning for Milford to spend a
few days at the Y. P. A. convention.
Ed. Brunkow and family and
Ferd. Brunkow and family motored
to Union Sunday to visit with rela
tives. Miss Lydia Ruenielin, of Crab
Orchard. Neb., is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Fred Cordes and other relatives
Adolph Bockelman, Will. Irwin
and Walter Heir and Warren Rogers
motored to Plattsmouth Thursday
Mrs. Chas. Lett and son Kenneth
returned to their home at Council
Bluffs after two weeks visit with
Mrs. M. Shriek accompanied by
little Miss Harriet Lawton went to
Mcdale, Iowa. Monday for a vist with
Mrs. Sorick's mother.
Miss Redmond, of Lincoln, was a
Sunday guest at the Sorick home.
Miss Eva Sorick accompanied her
to Lincoln Sunday evening.
Clark Newlon and sister, Kate
Xewion. of Weeping Water, also Mrs.
Gorley, of Washington, were visit
ing with friends here last week.
Iouis Bornemeier, August Pans
ka. Ed Thimgan and Harry Gillespie
motored to Omaha Thursday, and
Mr. Panska drove home a new Kissel
car. of the sedan type.
Mrs. L. Nietzel was in Havelock.
a few days last week. Her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jay Hitchcock and baby
returned with her on Friday and
will visit for several days.
Miss Lillie Amgwert returned last
Wednesday to Council Bluffs, after!
a two weeks vacation spent at home.
Miss Lillie will finish her three years
course at the Jennie Edmondson hos
ital March 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore and sons,
Harry and Donald, also Miss Nora
Rush all of Elgin, N'ebr., returned
to their home via the auto route'
and Cured Meats
Cold Meats of all kinds.
on Monday after a few days's visit
with friends here.
Frank Rosenow and family, Mrs
E. W. Thimgan and childrenauto
ed to Milford Saturday where they
will spend several days visiting
relatives, and attending the Sunday
Early last Wednesday morning
the stork visited the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Jumper and left a
charming little daughter with them.
The proud parents are very happy
over her arrival and little Edward,
jr., thinks she is wonderful.
Everone who were present tn joy
ed the M. E. Sunday school picnic
held last Tuesday evening in Shewe's
grove. Owing to the threatening
rain several members were not pre
sent. Games were indulged in. and
the picnic supper was served and all
treated to ice cream.
OTTO WURL BACK IN AMERICA.
From Thursday's Daily.
Last evening a message came say
ing that Otto Wurl had arrived at
New York, and a night letter came
this morning telling that he would
arrive in Plattsmouth tomorrow af
ternoon. As the regiment to which
he was attached in France was in
the hardest of the fighting rn the
western front, in the Picardy sector
some apprehension was had as to his
safety, and when the telegram came
telling of his arrival the folks hae"
some grave misgivings until they
had known the contents of the mes
sage and its good import. Otto bar
been taking some intensive train
ing, and has just completed his ex
aminations in all the modes of war
fare, and passed with excellent cred
and his returning to America, where
he is to be placed at Camp Dix, N.
J., is supposed that he is to be an
instructor, but it is not known.
Otto will have a seven day fur
lough, and will certainly enjoy it
with the family and friends here.
Plattsmouth will surely welcome
her son home again if only for a
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DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
prrlal Attention to Ilrinr- f Wonirn
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 5:30
hll "lo Plattsmouth, Neb.
CHAS. C. PARMELE
TrfOMAS E. PARMELE
R. l PATTE51SON.
F. G. EGE.NBERGEH
NEWS FROM ALV0
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L. II. Mickle and family a u toed
to Avoca .Monday.
Mrs. Hazel Fox left Thursday for
her home in Chicago, 111.
A. I. Bird was in Omaha on busi
ness the last of the week.
(Jeo. Hall was a business visitor
at Weeping Water Saturday.
Chas. V. liosenow motored to
Rokeby Saturday on business.
Dr. L. Muir and family motored
to Omaha Sunday to visit relative.-:.
Fred Weaver of South Bond spent
Sunday afternoon with J. A. Shaffer.
G. P. Foreman shipped a car of
hops to South Omaha markets Tues
day. Ray Clark and Verl liosenow are
grading for the 11. I. H. K. near
Wayne Swartz. Roy Coatman, J.
W. Vickers and Archie Miller went
to Ashland Thursday.
Mrs. Ralph Chley of St. .Toe. Mo.,
has been real sick with appendicitis
but is better at this, writing.
Mrs. Emmett Friend left on Xo.
'5, Saturday to visit ber brother. J.
B. Skinner at Ft. Dodge. Iowa.
Mrs. Minni? Whitman left Tues
lay for her home at New Orleans.
I. a., after a visit here with the home
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Suavely have
turned from Shell'Lake. Wis., and
.vere calling on friends here Satur
lay and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rathbun anrt
children. Miss Bertha Bucknell and
Alva Skinner were Ashland visitors
Albert Foreman, of Valparaiso
-pent Sunday with his parents and
"eo. jr., of Valparaiso spent Satur
day with home folks.
Mrs. H. A. Bailey went to Lin
coln Monday evening to visit her
-laughter Miss Grace who has been
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Robertson
ire rejoicing over the arrival of a
twelve pound baby daughter at their
home Monday, Aug. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. James Pilkington
ind Mr. and Mrs. Stevens left Fri
day for a fishing trip on the Elk
horn returning Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Godbey and
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse were in
Lincoln Friday and Saturday hav
ing gone via the auto route.
Mrs. Ray Clark and daughter and
brother Elmer Rosenow went to
Rising City Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Sutton to make a brief
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parsell and
family and Miss Emily Strong and
Ray Parsell and family autoed to
Ft. Dodge. Ia., Saturday to visit
Sunday guests at the Rouse hom
were Mr. and Mrs. L. Uhley of Elm-
wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lynch oT
University Place and Mr. and Mr?.
L. B. Appleman.
Mrs. Waugh of Des Moines, la.,
and her son Ben Waugh of Omaha,
and his daughter Miss Pearl Waugh
of Lincoln visited briefly in Alvo
Tuesday with old friends.
Mrs. A. Dier and children of Has
tings, who spent the past week with
her sister Mrs. J. A. fobaffer left
Monday evening for Lincoln to visit
a few days with relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly and fam
ily of BToadwater, Nebr., and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Fairfield of Univer
sity Place visited Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Fairfield a few days recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rathbun
entertained at supper Sunday even
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skinner
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Clark and daughter and Alva Skinner.
THOMAS E. PARMELE. President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE. Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD, Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
('has. F. Rosenow returned from
the rural carriers stale convention
held at Fremont last week and re
ports a good time. Several candi
dates for nomination for congress,
and for governor and other offices
spoke before the convention. Mr.
Rosenow rode home from Fremont
as far as Lincoln with Congress
man Chas. H. Sloan of Geneva, in
the latter's car, which gave him a
good look at the corn crops along
the way which he reported as "being
in about the same condition as they
L 0 G A L NEWS
From Monday'? Dnilv.
Glen Perry from south of thi3
city was a business visitor in Oma
ha this morning going on an early
Julius Spreick and family of Pil
ger. Xeb.. motored to this city Sat
urday afternoon for a short visit
with relatives and friends.
Miss Bernice Xewell was a pas
senger last Saturday evening to
South Bend where she was a visitor
with R. H. Xewell and family over
Sam Hackenberg and two child
ren arrived in the city from their
home near Cedar Creek this morn
ing and are visiting for the day in
Harry L. Kruger departed last
Saturday evening for Gretna, where
lie and family visited for over Sun
day, going as far as Louisville and
driving from there to Gretna.
M. Wolf and son Burl and Gene
Applegate from near Union were up
in their car this morning and were
looking after some business for the
day. in the city and also attending
to some matters in the county seat.
Mrs. J. L. Stamp of Omaha, ar
rived in this city last Saturday,
coming to visit with her parents,
W. A. Taylor and wife who live a
few miles south of this city. Mrs.
Stamp was formerly Evelyn Tay
lor. Henry Gakemeier and son Aug
ust from near Murdock, and Rev.
Cm. W. Walters and wife, the latter
a daughter of Mr. Gakemeier, who
are visiting with ber parents from
Arlington, were visitors in this city
today, doing some trading, and to
look after some business.
A. R. Young who is the manager
of the elevator at Waterloo, accom- L
panted by Mrs. oung were in the
city yesterday to consult with their
physician T. P. Livingson, regard
ing Mrs. Loung's health. They were
in the city but a short time having
driven down with their car, and re
turned in the afternoon.
W. L. Bryan of Wheeling, West
Virginia, arrived in the city today.
cumin?; lu viaii wiiu ma uiuuici -in
law, county attorney A. G. Cole of
this city. Mr. Bryan who is an
eastern man is greatly impressed
with this country and thinks it is
a great country, we are like Mr
, . . . .
Bryan, only we know this is a great i
From Tiippday's Dally.
John Hirz was a passenger last
evening for Cedar Creek where he
is doing some carpenter work.
Mark. "White from near Rock
Bluffs was a visitor in this city this
morning, having some matters of
business to attend to here.
Miss Bernice Newell who has
been visiting since last week at the
home of her brother R. II. Newell,
near South Bend, arrived home this
Misses E. T. Smith and E. G.
Given, both of Sutton, who have
been the guests of Postmaster and
Mrs. Will Smith of Murray, depart-
ed this morning for their home out
in the state, and were brought to
the station here by their uncle Will
Smith of Murray.
Mrs. R. W. Curtice departed this
morning for Merna, where she goes
to visit with a son of her's F. M.
Mildred, who is engaged in farming
near that place.
Frank Schlichtemeier, of near Ne
hawka, was on the market today,
having some hogs on the market
which he took from his farm and
feeding lots hauling them there
with his trucks.
Mrs. Grace Simpson of York, who
has been visiting at the home of her
parents A. W. Smith and family
over night, coming from Omaha,
where she is with her sister, Mrs.
Mait Boruff, returned to the bed
side of her sister this morning, Mrs.
Boruff is reported as getting along
fairly since undergoing the operation.
From Wednesday's Dally.
' Allen Land from southwest of
Mynard was a business visitor in
this city this afternoon.
W. E. Hand was a visitor In the
city this morning from Greenwood,
coming to bring in the returns from
Carey and Loren Stottler were in
the city this afternoon from Union
where they are looking after some
George Olive of Weeping Water
was in the city this morning coming
to see about some business at the
office of the county clerk.
Wm. Wollen, of near Weeping
Water was a visitor in this city
this morning, coming to look after
some business in the city.
rnnntv aarent L. "R. Snipes of
Weeping Water was a visitor in this
city this morning, coming to look
after some matters at the county-
John M. Meisinger from south
west of Mynard was a visitor ic
this city this morning, coming ,to
look after some business for the
Simon Schlueter and son Will of
urnrdnck were attending to some
business matters in the city Mon
day. They were pleasant callers at
John McKay, one of the judges of
the election board in the second
orl rt Waonino' Water, was In
tills morning with the returns from
Fred easterns from the other side
of Weeping Water was a visitor in
the city this morning, coming to
look after some business at the
Mrs. Ellen Olson and son Morris
and Edward LaRue from Union,
were in the city yesterday afternoon
looking after some business at the
n steffins of Nehawka was a
visitor in this city this morning,
coming up from his home at Ne
hawka, to look after some business
at the court house
C. M. Whitehead and wife from
Nehawka were in the city this morn
ing looking after, some business
matters and doing some trading
with the merchants.
J. V. McCartney and son Ted and
Walter Franks all from east of Al
vo, were in the city this morning
coming to look after some business
at the office of the county clerk.
Mrs. John Theirolf and little
child was in the city this morning
from their home near Cedar Creek,
and were the guests of the parents
of Mrs. Theirolf, C. E. Dasher and
Andrew Benson and wife accom
panied by their son Albert all of
Weeping Water were in the city
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOHNES, V!ce-Presldnt.
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
this morning and were looking af
ter some business matters at the
C. F. Harris of near Union was a
visitor in the city this afternoon
looking after some business at the
office of the county clerk, and also
was looking after some business
matters in the city.
Attorney Dale Boyle of Alvo,
was a visitor in the city this morn
ing coming with some parties from
Lancaster county, who were inter
ested in some school matters in the
west end of the county.
Mrs. Alfred Stroemer and Miss
Clara Dickerson both of Alvo Were
in the city yesterday looking after
some business at the court house
and consulting with the, county
superintendent of schools.
John Godway and Wm. Kitsell,
both of Alvo, were in the city this
morning, bringing in the returns
from the primary election, from
Elrawood precinct end were looking
after some other matters in the city.
E. E. Marshall was a visitor in
PlactFrnouth and was looking after
pome business at the court house,
having brought In the returns from .
the First Ward, Wreeping Water, for
the primary which was held yester
nay. M. C. Whitehead of near Ne
hawka came up to this city on the
early morning train to attend to
some important business matters
and visit friends for a short time.
He was a pleasant caller at this
David Wallengren and wife re
ceived a card from the government
at Washington a few days 6ince tell
ing of the safe arrival of their son
Earnest, over seas, as a member of
the American Expeditionary Forces.
George Stoehr from near Cedar
Creek was in Omaha this morning
with a load of cattle and was ac
companied by Adam Meisinger, they
found a good market, disposing of
the cattle and returning here on the
Mrs. Charles A. Vallery who has
been visiting In this city and at
the home of her father Henry Eiken
berry, southwest of the city, com
ing here to visit with her father
and sister Mrs. J. J. Johnson, de
parted for her home at St. Joseph
Pursuant to the order of the
court the Administratrix of the
Estate of Adam W. Meisinger, de
ceased, will sell at public sale, on
Saturday, August 24, 1918, at KOO
o'clock P. M.t at Mynard, Nebraska,
the following personal property, to
wit: 1 black mare, 5 years old.
1 black mare, 4 years old.
1 sorrel mare, 4 years old.
1 bay colt, 2 years old.
1 yearling colt.
1 corn sheller.
1 mail wagon.
1 lumber wagon.
1 spring wagon.
1 set of light single harness.
1 set buggy harness.
A number of bridles, collars and
halters, carpenter tools, and num
erous other small items of personal
Terms of sale are all sums less
than 110.00 to be cash, sums of $10
and upwards bankable notes, bear
ing 8 per cent Interest on six
months time accepted.
Remember the date of the sale.
August 24, 1918 at 1 o'clock P. M.
REX YOUNG, Auctioneer.
GEO. 0. DOVEY, Clerk.
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