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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 191S.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
o hereafter all three brands
of VKiLEY5 will be wrapped
hi pink paper and hermetically
sealed in wax.
Lcok for WRIGLEYS in the
pink-end package and take
vour choice of the same
three popular flavors.
Be sure to
IIE LOCAL EOARD ARE JUST j
A3 GUT CLEARING UP THE
WORK OF LISTING MEN.
COMPLETE LIST 18-YEAR-OLDS
Tiiii Is iLt List That Will Alone Be
Effected. By Future
Th:- ci'.'ii!' . :i-y -nr-old ,ung
t.-:: !i( !iiiv- registered, during
th- !.!r rt 2ist rat im:. ai.d who art-
I BRAND -t'f I
Wc have just receive
a large shipment:
Fresh supply of Luxor
George's Cod Fish!
47c per pound!
Try Metzger's Puritan
Bread wc sell lots of it!
Fresh Oysters are now
in season. Wc always
carry a good supply!
Pear Buffer it's good
30c a can!
to ! f given an opportunity to at
tend schools for training, in mili
tary tactics, have been all classified
being l.'!l in number, one hundred
and twenty of whom are in class
one. of the remainder there are a
few who are now at schools, and
the others are foreigners. The fol
lowing is the list:
F. A. Merk 1-a.
O. Hinds 1-a.
F. Wolph i-a.
W. Murdoch 1-a.
('. Kd wards T.-d.
I, . C. Cap-en 1-a.
F. W. L-.berg
K. Ludsen 1-a.
G. F. Povy !-a.
K. Newman 1-a.
W. II. Phelps l-a.
II. I). Ash 1-a.
('. Galloway I-a.
K. .1. Schulke
I. (. Meisinger 1-a.
;. F. Coleman 1-a.
J. F. Stokes 1-a.
F. Fida 1-a.
W. W. Wart hen 1-a.
J. C. Graham
P. F. Shogren 1-a.
If. G. Iluahson 1-a
H. p. Jensen 1-a.
F. P Straub 1-a.
A. M. Reirkrrd
A. .?. Jones 1-a.
K. Thompson ",-c.
i". P. Pirnes 1-a.
F. Ale.Master 1-a.
II. .Marshall 1-a.
S. Tefft 1-a.
II. V. Tayh-r 1-a.
P. F. Sirahn 1-a.
W. II. Ileier 1-a.
M. A. Sfi!c !-;.
II. Niyes 1-a.
J. Hao' 1-a.
P. Judkins 1-a.
C. F. Foreman 1-a.
N. Paitidos f-f.
P. -M. Williams 1-a.
C. I). Renmr 1-a.
A. Plum 1-a.
H. C. Otto 1-a.
C. A. Hopkins 1-a.
J. W. Furguson 1-a.
A. Guerrero 5-f.
G. G. Goodman 1-a.
I, . A. Wendt 1-a.
O. Sochor li-b.
F. F. Meiinger 1-a.
V. W. Kngelking 1-a.
V. M. Meisinger 1-a.
A. M. Opp 1-a.
A. Steinkamp 1-a.
O. K. Weidberg 1-a.
A. Guerrero 5-f.
W. A. Wactzel'6-d.
!. E. Twlss 1-a.
F. L. Stohlman 1-a.
JL O. Nelson 1-a.
H. D. Kirkhoff 1-a.
II. II. Lawson 1-a.
li. S. AVh it email 1-a.
V. R. Urwin 1-a.
P. A. Johnson 1-a.
E. C. Oberlie 1-a.
(?. Land 1-a.
J. A. Noell 1-a.
G. J. Wagner 1-a.
M. K. Axe 1-a.
('. F. Rector 1-a.
F. K. Dickerson 1-a.
L. C. Hesse 1-a.
K. K. Pearsley 1-a.
F. Yaiary' 5-f.
II. K. Cole 1-a.
Thomas Stava 1-a.
J. C Krecklow 1-a.
West lake 1-a.
J. Meisinger 1-a.
Paid win 1-a.
Mo flit 1-a.
NEAR SERIOUS ACCIDENT. pf"""'
O. Kimball 1-a.
P. Stone 1-a.
11. Halton 1-a.
G. Parnes 1-a.
II. Hansen 1-a.
C. Clark 1-a.
O. Mickle 1-a.
A. Manners 1-a.
J. Meiin!:er 1-n.
Pen Albin 1-a.
It. O. Ileive 1-a.
W. Thiuican 1-a.
P. Kintner 1-a.
P. Meyer 1-a.
W. Win -rot t "i-d.
P. Carmicle 1-::.
A. I let rich 1-a.
C j .
E. Dye 1-a.
W. Meisinger 1-a.
E. St rough 1-a.
J. Hitt 1-a.
I. FPzpatrick 1-a.
J. Kimball 1-a.
C. i'eramer 1-a.
Clement Orte?. r-f.
C. Jl. Martin 1-a.
A. J. Schuldiee 1-n.
E. C. Schuniaker 1-a.
C. M. Stark. !-a.
F. A. Penson :'.-c.
FATHER KILLED BY LOCOMOTIVE
From Satsirday's Iiilv.
Mr. a:id Mrs.. Hon Norman were
passengers to Omaha this afternoon,
for a diort time, having arrived
here this morning from Syracuse,
N. Y.. where they were called by
the accidental death of the father
; C. E. Xoniiaii. who was :n ei;iu er
on the New York Central railway.
He had jut steped off his engi.ie
when another train came along,
catching him, killing him instant
ly. Mr. ;ii!d Mrs. Pon Norman,
"who has been to the funeral are
stopping here for a .-hert time, at
the heme of Mrs. Norman's parents
Charles Kopirchka. rr a short vbit.
and will return to their home at
Alliance in a short time.
15 VISITING WITH HIS CHILDREN
P. H. Lynch ',f West Plains, Mo.,
arrived in this city yesterday morn
ing, and i visiting at the homes of
hi- son. Era Lynch and family,
and at tii home of his daughter
Mrs. Henry Gentry and family.
They took the folks by surprise,
but va nevertheless n very wel
come guest. He will remain a few
day. His brine is in the heart of
the O.ark mountains In Missouri.'
HAY! THERE, YOU
Kr-to f-'ri'bi y's lnllv.
When one goes to tiie trouble of
raising chickens. with al! the
visitude which are attendant to the
project, it is not very pleasant to
have rotiM- misereint come :inl Miff
th- r-hicks. Not only do thev take
them at night but yesterday two of j
the, chickens which Mrs. Frank j
Newman, ha:: been rat.inz during
the pa;-t summer dif.ippnfirod. and I
still going. If you like to eat I
thickens, and do not iiuve the i
money to buy them. rai?e them
like pome one else' dous, and you
win know what the trouble is and
how much it cost.s. Say don't be a
chicken thief, leave the other man's
From Saturday's Iaily
This morning while Lclloy Mc
Pride was at his accustomed work
in the Purlington shops, he came
very near getting into the jaws of
I the "grim monster." lie was work
' ing on a polishing buffer. in the
i brass polishing shop,' when
clothing caught on a rapidly
volving pulley and in a little
had Mr. McPride drawn into
pulley and belting, in a way
looked indeed serious. The
to. At... . tiUMLtr
P 1 22CS3S2tl
SEXT THURSDAY AaViD FRIDAY!
men rushing to his assistance, ex
tricated him, but had to use the
knife in cutting his clothing. The
Icofeness of the belting is claimed
is what saved him from a severe
ininrv. e was taken to the onico t
of the company physician, an. I up
'on examination was found to have
no broken bones, or severe injury,
and after having resterl lie war. able,
to go to his home.
BIG MATINEE THANKSQiNiNG DA
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
: Krnm PviJav's lailv.
j This morning in county court,
j besides the booi'e cases, there was
i the hearing on a replevin case,
! wherein Frank Yallery of Murray
I replevincnl a carriage from P.
j Propst. The testimony showed,
that -Mr. Yallery had some time
i since purchased the carriage from
I Mr. T. L. Amiek. and had not t; k-
en it away, at the
Garage had been
time t h'' 11
on demand of ihv property t"rr;m Mr.
Propst the request was refused.
Thereupon Mr. Yallery got out re
plevin paper--, and when he went
to get the carriage it v. a.; gone. A
short time since some young men
found th: carriage recreted north
of the city in the woods. The sher
iiT nas notified, ami secured the
vehicle, and hearing was had to
day. When the carriage was re
turned the pole was broken. the
lamps gone, and other damage. Mr.
Yallery ash.I damages, which
Proprt also a-ked storage to the
Hinount of ST.-'ri. Th? court took
the matter under advisement until
THE WHOLE FAMILY SIC:
1:1 I-'riday's 1 ail v.
A few days since Fred Mr.mm
was taken sick, supposedly on ac
count of his going to Omi-.ha with
out his overcoat, on a rainy day.
but which Liter d'.eIoned in a case t
of influenza. l!e took to his bed.
and later Mrs. Mumm and the little
boy was also taken, and ti e busi
ness had to be closed. It is hoped
1 1; at they may soon be able to be
out again and return to their business.
RETURNED TO THEIR
KOLIE LAST NIGHT
From l'Tl.l.iy "s J;il!y.
After having attended the funer
al of Mrs. Marif Gapen, which was
held yesterday at the home of Os
car Gapen, Mrs. Elmer Eikenherry
and son Carl and John Schwartz .r,nd
wife departed for their homes near
If your children arc subject to
croup, or if you have reason io fear
their being attacked by that dis
ease, you should procure a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
study the directions for use, so that
in case cf an attack yon will know
exactly what corrse to pursue. This
is a favorite and very successful
remedy for croup, and it is import
ant that you observe the directions
t. ,.,-. - .Ln,,,-.. .. . ZaAM'M.
1 COME EARLYlr
B B ' H ti
I 3--SlriWS THURSDAY--3 I
Matinee 3 P. M.
Evening 7 and 9 P- M.
-FRiDAY 7 AND 9 P. IV3. ONLY!
Childred 25c. ' Plus War Tax
V!: K w v ' A
will you m
Mr. McKinney Tells His Experience.
BECAUSE THE FIGHTING HAS
STOPPED JUST FOR THIS TIME
DO YOU EXPECT TO QUIT.
G 0 il LET 1)5 PUT IT OVER
We Are Glad the War Is Over And
We Do Not Have To Have
Any More Boys Quit.
a nicety. Let us- do it without
grumbling, and, do it cheerfully as
an expression of the gladness in our
heart for the fortunate ending of
APPRECIATED THE KINDNESSES
We teach you (by Actual Prac
tice! Pcokkceping, the principles ..f
Accounting, the use of the various
up-to-date office appliances for sav
ing time mid money; we give you
thorough training in al! of the ro
calleil technical office work, so that
you can fit into any bank or busi
ness office and immediately give
eorvice that will merit a good sal
ary. Send Tor free catalogue. Ad
dress Grand Inland Pusiness Col
lege, Grand Island, Nebraska -the
Oldest aiul Largest Pusiness Train
ing School in Nebraska and sur
The following brief account of an
interview with a Plattsmouth man
four years ago. and its sequel, will
be read with keen interest by every
J. L. McKinney, Granite St., says:
"Pcan's Kidney Pills procured from
... ... .... . .... . . .
best medicine I ever used for dis
ordered kidneys. When I have had
occasion to take Poan's they have
never failed to give the best of re
sults." (Statement given April 10,
On IVbruary 22, l&lfi Mr. .Mc
Kinney said: "I am ready to back
up what I have said before, regard
ing my experience with Poan's Kid
ney Pills. I have never found any
thing eijual to them for lame hack.
A few doses have always done good
Price -BOe, at all dealer. P m't
tiitnply ask for a kidney remedy
get Poan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. McKinney had.. Foster
Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Well do you know that your boys
are many of them over three thou
sand miles away, and it will take a
long time to get them back, arc you
troinsr to be satisfied, with claiming
that you have done your part. You
know as along side of the boy3 at
the front, or even those in camp,
you have never done your portion,
and never can by paying money.
While the bovs stay over there or
even in the camps, there will
From FrI'tny's lnU.
The Fontanel!" Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, wish to extend their thanks to
the managers of the Parmele Thea
tre, Messrs. M.oore and Cloidt, for
their kindness in furnishing the
show for our benefit, and to the
general public got their generous
patronage, which made the affair a
success, and for their kind assist
ance in the behalf- of our chapter.
and for the benefit of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution.
Louis Prowns v. ere the most popu
lar club in 1SSG, until those of the
present, season, when the champions
entered the world series. The pic
tures are especially priced by Mr.
Pates, on account of the friend
ship of the doner, and for the char
acter of the work, and the subjects
which they treat.
VISITING FRIENDS IN CITY.
need for the Red Cross, the Y. M.
C. A. the Y. W. C. A., the Knights
of Columbus, the Welfare Board,
the Jewish Brotherhood, and the
Salvation Army, atid their mission
will continue until after the boys
are safely landed on our shoes. But
few of us who do not have some
relatives or frineds in the army,
and when such is the case, are we
going to ;uit and lay down on the
proposition? Now supposing that
there arc som of us who do not
have any Relatives or friends there,
fortunate we are, and it is a very
selfish stand to take that they will
let some one else pay it. Now the
time lo prov your fr?;e American
ism bv pv.tl-ing t lit:- matter over the
top. Come let us do it and do it to'
REMEMBERS THE JOURNAL MAN
From Friday' Dally.
This morning Thomas P. Pates,
the ad department manager of the
Journal was the pleased recipient
of a number of very fine base ball
pictures which were sent to him
from New York, by his old friend
Cliff C. Wcscott. The pictures
cover the time from when the St.
From Friday's Daily.
Mrs. R. II. Hastaiu, formerly Mi:-s
Margery Agnew, wife of Captain
R. II. liastain, who is now serving
over seas,, accompanied by her
friend. Miss Mignon Phuuhard, v ho
is spending the winter in Omaha
with her friend Mrs. Pustaiu, ar
rived this afternoon and will vistt
in this city wth the frends .of Mr.-,.
Hastain, who are many. Miss Mix
tion Planchard's home is in P . ton.
and is spending- the winter in the.
west, it being her first trip here.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
rJtvCi ln:in Kid ml .;a rr11iiAV'
? CC' fi IM' Mm re ri-ii-,i..-,r,.
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Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct.
Banker s Automombile Ins. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Gentlemen: On Sept. 28th, I had the misfortune
to damage a Dodge car owned by L. L. McCarty, of
this place. Your adjuster, after investigating the acci
dent gave me a check covering the damage to Mr. Mc
Carty s automobile. I hold your policy No. A. N. 229,
on my automobile covering fire, public liabilty and pro
perty damage. Yours truly,
JOHN W. CRAB1LL,
Ask our agent, Mrs. L. W. Egenberger, in regard
to our complete coverage policy and special farm car
rates, covering your car anywhere in the United States
BANKER'S AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO.,
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