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FL-ATTSMCUTH EMI-ViTrEL5 JOUKNAL.
?AG I CUB
LZOirDAT. CCTOBIP. 21 1913.
"A Healthy Yearling
First Anniversary September 2S. 1913.
Opened for Business, September 29, 1017.
An Independent Bank with its ownership vested in Forty
five citizens of Plattsmouth and vicinity.
Loans $247,05:5. OH
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures ll,s:M.2G
Cash, and available funds S7,:! 11.19
Liberty liond?, and United States C-rt itieatos
cf Ind.'Lu-dnr, "2, 100.00
Undivided Profites, net
Depositors Guaranty Fund
The above ftatement is correct,
T. M. PATTERSON, President.
We thank the people of Plattsmonth and surroundincg coun
try for what you have done for us in the past year, and wc
shall do our best to repay you as the .yeans roll on, by con
stant fidelity to your interests.
Farmers State Bank,
START AN ACCOUNT AND GROW WITH US.
THIS SHOWS NEARLY FORTY IN
CLASS ONE. FIT FOR MILI
From Thursday's Dili".
Rock Blurts precinct which is a
very populous one. produces many
names in the ages which are now
There were in this precinct. 3 1
of class one. 17 of class two. and 2".
of class four, making for the pre
cinct just 70. The following i.3 the
names as they have been classified
for dependency by th local board:
Wayne Wesley Wilson 1-a.
Charles M. Head 4 -a.
Walter E. Wixson 2-a.
Albert A. Young 1-a.
Herman Carl W. OttenUin !-a.
Clarence Edgar Melsine.-r 4-a.
Phillip A. Meisincer 2-b.
Edgar Ppence 1-a.
Louis W. Amick !-a.
William G. Roedaker 2-a.
Thomrs J. RrencVl 2-b.
Karl V. Cole 2-b.
Fred Condon 1-a.
Wilber E. Countrymen 2-b.
Kay Chri?t weiser 2-a.
James I. DeiesDev.ier 1-a.
Jacob I. Douglas 2-b.
John Henry Eppings 4-a.
Francis o. Capen 1-a.
Alfred Gamtmer 2-a.
Harvey Gregg 1-a.
Raymond H. Henry 4-a.
Isaac J. Hall 1-a.
Roy Edward Howard 2-a.
Earl Louis Jaques 4-a.
Kingsley Lee Kniss 1-a.
Albert Wayne Leonard 4-a.
William C. Lindner 1-a.
George D. Lopp 1-a.
Karl Claud Marten 1-x.
Kdwin K. Moore 4-a.
Two Car Loads
M u &
7 S , S 1) S . 4 J
2.7 I '2.'J2
Guy David McGill 1-a..
James W. McKevi.oHs 1-a
Virgil W. Perry 1-a.
Louis Henry Pals 2-a.
Fred Henry Ramire 4-a.
Ci mi Leonard Rko:!en 1-a.
Kelly Jearl Kh'x'.t-n 1-x.
AL-ck Dale Rhodoti 2-a.
Gailen Ravmom! 1 Iic-i .i
F.asil McKay Rice 1-a.
Ilenrv James Rice 1-a.
James Alaort R.'iot 4-a.
Thomas Fredrick 2-a.
James Austin Scot ton 4-a.
I'aul M. S'i.ic-'itieirii r 1-:'..
Frank S. Sheldon 4-a.
Archie J. Slu -phar l.-on 1-a.
Herman M. .Smith 4-a.
Louis Schumalcr 4-a.
Jo rues l..rncy Sn':th 1-a.
M.irtin G. Sporer 1-a.
Wian Stann-s 1-a.
Jo.-eph !(.doia 4-a.
Joiin W. Sroius 2 a.
Glc n R. Tod-' I-".
Ti:r '.v.- ; .1. Tih'';i 4-a.
Charley ('. Tu'-ker 4-a.
Gb p T. Valfery 4-a.
'iii:am Harriin Wiles 4-a.
Warren W. Wiley 2-a.
.Tames Samuel G"cher.o;ir 1-a.
Charles Ke-n 4-a.
.1: .u - M. I'aytr.n 1-a.
Uri .1 F. C;.-.pb. 11 2-a.
K!'. rt C. S'.h.wenicher 4-a.
Homer Henry Shrader 2-a.
V.'iiliar.i T. Huu-hison 4-a.
HeroM V'. Full 1-a.
Fr;-ak J. Li I Hp 1-a.
Fr.-I Majors 4-a.
Rrdjert. 1 1. Kainey
William V.Yhrloin 4-a.
Percy I. Wheeler 1-a.
Mrs. William Hell. Loganpert ,
Ir.d., writes: "I deem it my duty to
express my gratitude for the good
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy did me when 1 had a severe
attack of diarrhoea three year? ago.
It was the only medicine that reliev
m fez t m y & &?
.Mil t i rii.ii g in
ULI LIbUL. UU
INTERESTING INQUIRY REGARD
ING STATUS TQF NUMBER OF
CITIZENS IN COUNTY.
Liberty Is Rightfully One's Own,
Only When They Merit It By
Standing: For It.
; ri.ii:i S.itur.i.ivV I:i il V-
i Yesterday, the county
f.'n. " met at the court house
during the yes
ion which they
during the day. made inquiries into
a number of cases of delinquency,
about supporting the country, which
thy are glad to-call hone.'. The
council which met for business wor
verv careful in the examinations.
and inquiries made.
W. D. Wheeler was cited to ap
T.eir nml answer whether he had
I " -
purchased the allotment which was
Si veil him. by the committeeman
from Ms precinct. lie answered
that he did not consider it any one's
(business whether be purchased
j bonds or nor. but said that he had
; no money, but would purchase if he
i had. The committee instructed the
j secretary to cit? his action and re
ply to the state council of defense.
After the closing of the session of
the council. Mr. Wheeler purchased
r.0o.00 of the Fourth Liberty Loan,
and is helping the government in
hour when she is needing it.
and needing it badly.
J. R. Vallery who was also cited
to a p near, w is asked win titer lie had
purchased an- bonds of the Third
Liberty Loan, his reply was that he
had purchased $."o0.n ami was go
! i' t- purchase Ponds of the Fourth
Loan. W. S. Xoite. living west of
Menard, was before t'v !'ard, and
being iritt rro-'a'ed he made "reply.
Thai h" wa-' un f"rf u n: i" in.
in America., wh-n the war oc-enrre !."
Thi ; created a fire of replies, saying.
"Get out of this country." and the
like. H raid that be had. :m auto-
and that if a tire hur t, be
not her one but
t h M. t he coo 1 a
not a'Yerd to buy War
. He said that he had
not given anything to tlie Y. M. C. A.
or Red Cross but thought that his
wife had given some to the Red
Cross. . He-will be cit:d to the 'da'e
council of deft nse.
The feelinas of the council of de
fense, is that they nave rr-ude their
invent ig;t i'Jis. ar.d that 1i;ey are
i-mk'ng the l:miings puhl.. :nd this
is as far as tli.y can ao in th.o 'mat
ter. vi'.t"i they have cited the liad
ings to the state council of defomc.
This is a large country with many
fertib' acres, yet untouched. and
with ample room for millions more
f Liberty loving freeman, who have
the manhood, to si and by their gov
ernment, through thick and thin, to
sacrifice far the hind which guar
antees, to its every citix.'-n, protec
tion, but there is not room enough
in this land for those whoso freedom
h:s b 'en purcha"d by the 1 loo:1, of
o-:r fathers, and nsaintair.ed by our
b?othrs. and is now being fought
for; and as well, for the freedom of
the world by our sous, for any one
whns.e soul is so small and swirveled
up thnt he cannot help support, by
his rr nvy, or hi;: blood, thf t freedom
w hich we prize, as one of the bright
est jewels in the diadem or our
charter, given of God, to maintain a
Nation, for the homes of Free and
Libert;' loving people.
Mr. J. M. Teegarden presided, and
J. M. Robertson was selected, in
the place of C. C. Weseott who goes
to Franc- :.oon in the Interest of the
Y. M. C. A. J. M. Patterson of
'Union was, elected ar, treasurer, in
j place of C. S. Stone, who has remov
ed to Colorado. Mrs. Robert RaMcy
was elected superintendent of the
Woman's branch, to supercede Mrs.
C. S. Royles who goes into the bank
j at Alvo to work.
Vv'e like the sentiment of L. W.
Nelson, who was called as a wit
r.("r, us to what some one had sajd.
He said "This is My Country, and
she can have every cent I have or
am ever able to earn." This state
ment brought applause from all the
JOHN MURTEY IN TOWN.
From Saturday's DaMv.
John Murtcy the democratic
candidate for representative, in this
county from Alvo. was in the city
last evening looking after some
business and dropped into this office
for a few moments
Mr. Murtev h '
a whole-souled man and alive to the health. Mrs. Sabatka has been feel
best interest of the people, as is evi-J ing badly for some time and has
denced by the exertion, which he J concluded it better to take some
put forth, which resulted in the ! treatment, to the end that her health
killing the" bill, which was designed may be restored.
to sell the school lands of the state.
at a price not one-tenth of its real
worth, which would have rubbed
the schools of many hundreds thou-
sanus oi uonars, nan cue out pass
ed. This is the hind of a man.
which is needed in the legislature.
HARLAN WILES BREAKS ARM.
From Saturday's Daily.
Last evening while riding a horse
at th.o heme of his ur.cle, Luke
Wiles. Harlan Wiles eleven years of
age, the --on v T. Frank Y.'ik-:; of
Omaha thinking the kor.-e was ic
ing t; run away, the Utile man
jump"il from the hor-e with the re
sult, thwt in lighting, his rig!;; ;.rm
wa crumpled iind.T him as he fell
producing a freetur" of bo; h bom-;
just above the wrist. Dr. n. r.
Lopobl was called and redof 'd the
fracture, and the young man iJ fit
ting along nieelv.
E0RN AT SPRKTC FIELD. BUT LIV
ED ?I0ST OF LIFE IN
From Fi'iilny's Ini!y
John Hall, sr.n of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius M. Hall, of this city was born
January 27th, 1SS:. and died a!
Missouri Valley. October 14th. 1 ! 1 S.
The young man has lived in this
city for the most of his life, and on
June 12th.. 11,11 was united in mar
riage with Miss Catherine Soiuh. in
tins city, and six years ago mowd
to Missouri Valley, v.i ere th-y have
made their home since. To this
union there were oorn three child-
ren. they beiiv.:. Doris.
g- d 4
and Donald ag
motiier ami two ten-, are now at
the hospital at Mi-souri Valley, and
Mrs. Hall is considered as being in
a very critical condition. Mr. Hal!
w:is taken with the malady at the
clo-'e ot Nuna.iv evening. Oct. t'oh.
and was sick, hut a little over a
we k. His moihe", Mr-. J.ilii's M.
Fall, of this pir.ee. Mr. G-orge IL',1.
a brother of Falls City, and Mr;.
Myrtle Meln.-:e were at the side
of the voting man when lie p.s--ed
awav. ins remains was brought to
this citv bv the mothrr. and brother
d s:st-r. the fufer-al the after
noon of Ooiohei- lr.th, from the home
of his parents J. M. Hall and wife,
and crnducted by lie Rev. A. V.
Hunter, pastor of the Mcihodht
church of This city. Th tinging
w;is don.- by Rev. A. V. Hutiter. Mr.
Je Perry. Mrs. F. ft. "y-cot t ;rul
Mi-s D.'lla Frans. lie flora! offer
ings were very beautiful. Th. e pail
bearers b"irg. Will Kvers. Jame;
Risiiel. Roy T:iou;i--';n. Fa"l Pabbitt
a.tid two yor.ng nun from Mh--ouri
Valley. Iowa. The interment made
at f)ak Hill cemetery west oT the
oit'. Thus has died a young man
with much to live for. a family which
he was devoted to and endeavor i
to make the happiest, while his la
bors nnide the home happy, and he
had reason to look forward to a
happy and us?ful life.
THE PLATTSMOUTH WATER COM
PANY. ARE MAKING SOME IM
PROVEMENTS AT STATION.
From Friday's Dally.
The Plattrmouth Water Company
is rebuilding the brick walls of
their Filter Plant which when com
pleted will make a very fine build
ing. Hard burned brick are being
used with si eel windows. The in
terior will be water proofed with a
special white paint which is neces
sary at; about 500,000 gallons of
water is filtered each day and the
walls must be practically impervious
to water. This Filter is mechanical
ly operated and is of the aeration
rapid sand type. There is 1)7 per
cent of iron removed by this pro
cess which greatly improves the
The Company believes in keeping
their plant in first class condition
and only a short time ago install
ed a modern sand washer in the filt
er at considerable expense to keop
the sand which the water filters
through good and clean.
13 CONSULTING A SPECIALIST.
From Friday's Daily.
Frank Sabatka 'and wife departed
this afternoon for Omaha, where
Mrs. Sabatka will consult a special-
l?t rernrdlncr the condition of her
II THE fl
RE-PLACING OF IJEII
T BY DISTRICT
BOARD ON OCCUPATION.
Fr..m TlMos.l.iv':- ii-av
The name which follow
eiassnieu bv the District n
nee the passing upon Gum by th5
Local Board. Vise 'oel P,r;r,l 1.-.a
ri:t;-ed hi. fin ilw-i.., r., .1.... ...t,..,..
' ' 1 I i 1 -: 1 1 1 nil i . 1 1 ' . . ( ' 1 I
:d since having sent ti.ent to the.
istrict Ibrd, they have been ro-
turned with the ckmsifeai ion made
I'V h:U board. Jtehe.v
Will he ffJUlld
:he !i:::i;ig- of 1 ; hi
'onrad Andrew ".oh ro;
. .M(( h l!
Simon Pi fer--o!t
Carl A:i;;u t S,and -r 2
Waltar li. Wudeman :
Fred John Fleischm.mi
Jtihn Henry Meyers !--.
Franci-; Cortis Lemon 1 -e.
'Merten Thed ('rev l-e.
Arley Homer Dean 1-?.
John Pitz n. ;i! v p.:-;.-kc-r 1
Jdm Rex Peters l-e.
William Lewis Aiciii on l-e.
Dewey Fred p.rock -na" l-e.
Frtlien lidward Trav, 1 1-r.
Clyde William Hoove'- l-e.
Noble Dewey Newr-ha m ?-e.
John Ellison Stradley l-e.
Robert Le- V.'iggs l-e.
George Louis Alt In. u- i-e.
T.man Co- Marvin
William 'ic-ury !.!'-'
Cl arle Cooper
r.irot Derm C'vn-er
Ra!j)h Edward Ciyi.
Clarence W. D-vore
Edward T'dack 2-d.
Eari J. P.aib y 4-e.
Arthur John V,';rd.--ma:
J'-i". u R.i--- E!!i-' s:- iH'lK-'
Arthur Aloriro Mii:lo'li
ti'ward W. GriHn :)-).
John Eltit-r Kyle- 4-c.
li'r! Riclir.r.l Keller -1-f.
William H. I.eesley 4-c.
Peier A. Mockrnhaun:
Richivd F. SchU'dke 4-e.
Charl'-s Ar'hur Y.'uliiarr
Harry Fred Marolf 4-c.
Paul William Judkiu 4-c.
2 -'. .
t .- m
im Vrk k-4 oMa I'll yknw pt. CZJ m
iva; ln n r-.: rr a
Psachcc, Apricots, Pears, Egg Plums, Green Gage Plums, Logan
Berries, Large Black Cherries, Etc., at Reasonable Prices.
lest Grade orn S2.00 Per Dozen!
Car of Wisconsin Cabbage and Onions
Cabbage $3.25 per hundred lbs. Onions $1.85 per bushel
VISIT OUR STORE IT PAYS!
It you can't get
ii ... ! J- V- . ' V
it v.- T-'i j
ACi-2T you have bought all the bonds you possibly can
coine in and look over these natty
one look and you'll buy here!
LORE LxL0RLH i0?. THE
lir . Jo-'-plu I. '.(.,
1 1; .a r ' i ; i. -rar-ii', ai.
will work for the
T'uls makes twen-
Purling on ".er.
t y-li re wh: h. l.av;
list of workmen
week. The R;:rl
oecn art (tea to t lie
herj during this
:;g;on is nerdinr:
, much labor, and are just now pick
ing up a goodly number.
Two Gar Leads of Extra Fine
I; .i i
FOR SALE RIGHT NOW
Ja fe. a
esgs-in town come to The
1 i immt&
Ih Uvut el " ;'-nl fir-
ROY HOLLY WRITES HOME.
T"- -'n Friday' Ii'v.
A Ltter from Roy Holly to his
f.t'i.er. wiitttn September ISth was
ret-ivd by the folks y-sterd.iv, and
teils of the great all American drive,
which occurred at that time. He
speaks of seeing Carl Dalum just
before he had written but had not
seen Emil liild for some time, but
Carl Dalton told of seeing him and
that he was all right.
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