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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1919)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THUIiSDAY, FEBRUARY 27.
Specials for this Week!
2 cans Hominy for 25c
4 25c cans Tomatoes for 85c
Puffed Wheat or Rice 18c
Dried Peaches, per lb " 20c
Prunes, per lb 15 and 20c
Apples, per peck 85c
Sweet Cider, per gallon 70c
Aerolene Milk, per can 15c
2 lbs. Rice for 25c
Best navy beans, per lb 15c
I quart jar Mustard for 35c
1 can Cleveland Pork and Beans 10c
TELEPHONE NO. 4 OR 5
From Wednesday's Ini!y.
Henry Sanders was a visitor
Oiiar ("reck for today, having no ne
ther lat evening on the late even
Leonard Horn from near Cullom,
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing, where he is looking after anno
Henry Specht from Lal'latte wa
a visitor in this city this afternoon,
and was called to look after some
Cilrn Bcede'ier of Murray was a
visitor in this city yesterday after
rr n eonii'ig " look after .some busi-r.e;-?
fr the day.
Mrs. K. . Hill and Catherine de
parted la. t evening For their new
home at I'een er, wlief they will
.loli." ("na't'ant of near I'nion was
a. visitor iu Piattsnumth this morn-
iiK and was leaking after Fumo
matters in th county court.
Mrs. Ceo. Wall of Lal'latte wan a
vi-:tt r-;;i this city for a few hours,
coming ovir on the IJurlington and
p 'turning home on the Missouri Pa
cific. Mr-- W'm. fhinb-y of Lal'latte a;
a visitor in this city for a short time
afternoon, and was a visitor at
'he linn.".' of ktr father 1). M. Crave
of this city.
Mrs. M. Tritseh w ho has been
vis-itins at the home of her father
Joint A. Mannings near Cedar Creek,
fur a slurt time pu-t returned home
i hi morning.
John :'iid Wii! Smith from near
Ilefk Bluffs departed this afternoon
for Omaha and Council Bluffs where
they ar- look'.ug alter sou." matters
for the afternoon.
Attorn y C. L. Grave.- of t'nioii.
was in i h city this morning t om
inz i.n the tally train this morning,
and was looking after -some leg? I
n:?.t!ers in the district court.
CASTOR I A
ror Infants and Children
5n Uco i'or Over 30 Years
Come in and
0 : jnd Jay
Yoik work haret for yaur money
.flsyikib it will then work for you;
ASK AMY WEALlHr MAN HOW HEGOT HIS START AND HE
WILL TELL YUU IT BEGAN V1TH A SMALL BANK ACCOUNT
THAT HE BUILT HIS FORTUNE BY WORKING HARD AND BANK;
ING EVERY CENT HE COULD "RAKE AND SCRAPE."
YOU CAN DO THE SAME! WHY NOT BEGIN NOW, TODAY?
THAT MONEY YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET WILL START YOU.
COME IN AND START.
YOU WILL RECEIVE H PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME CER
TIFICATES. Farmers State Bank
" ' PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Mrs. John Marquette. who has
with her son Raymond, been visit
ing at the home of her parents at
Rock Bluffs, departed this afternoon
I uicii iiuutr ci i i.at tupwi i.
Krel Warner .of Murray was a
visitor in this city for a few linn re
this morning and this afternoon
Wi-nt to Omaha, where he is looking
after some business for the day.
Mrs. W. II. Seybert departed last
evenirfg for Cedar Creek, where she
will visit at the home of her moth
er Mrs. K. K. Sayles and sister Mrs.
Andrew Thompson, for some time.
Miss Grace I'exton who has been
at Murray, relieving some of the
force of telephone operators at that
place, who has been on the sick list
for some time, returned home yes
terday. George Meyers of Louisville was
a visitor in this city for the day,
coming down on the early train
this morning, and looking after
some business matters at the coun
Harry Todd of near Murray was
a visitor in I'lattmnuth this morn
ing, coming to look after some busi
ness at the court house and also hav
ing some matters to look after at
J. S.- Hall the representative of
the House Heating corporation of
I 'es Moines, was a passenger to
Louisville this morning, where he
is looking after some business for
George W. Ieach of Union was a
visitor in I'lattsmouth this morn
ing coming to look after some busi
ness matters in the city, si ml also
having some business at the court
hou.-e as well.
Geo. Rhoden was a visitor ii:
riiittsmout h this afternoon from hij
homo northwest of Murray, coming
t look after seme burine?-" in the
city, and while in the city made this
office a very pleasant call.
Uoy Howard was a passenger to
Omaha this morning from Mynard.
where be was looking after mmuc
business and this afternoon stopped
on his way home in this city to look
after vome business matters.
Mrs. Geo. W. Rhoden of near
.Murray, who has Ix-eii on ihc sick
list for some time is reported as be
ing feeling much belter, and that
brr .scnoral health is improving.
for which not she alone but her
many friends rejoice.
Mr. Reuben Stine, of Union was!
a visitor in Flattsmouth this morn
ing for a few hours coming up on
the early train to look after some
matters in the city and also having
some business to attend to at the
Victor Olson of Louisville was a
visitor in this city this morning.
where he was looking after some
business for the day. and after hav
ing concluded his business here de
parted on the early afternoon train
for Omaha, where he had some mat
ters to look after as well.
Yestertlav David Mulleuax. who
has lived on the farm of Fred Pat
terson near Rock Bluffs, who has
had the misfortune to lose both
wife and son with the pneumonia,
is moving away from there and has
rented a farm east of Council Bluffs,
near a little place called Gilead.
John Ahl of Omaha. who has
been down with the lnfluenk.a and
pneumonia for some time past, and
has just recovered sufficiently, to be
able to get around was in the city
yesterday visiting and in the after
noon departed for Louisville where
he will visit until he shall have re
Thomas Henderson and Mrs.
Henderson, who have been visiting
at the home of friends near Rock
Bluffs, for the past few days. !e
ii'neil 1'or their home al Lincoln
I l-,ii v.-1 r tliev will no to
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housekeeping and from which place
Mr. Henderson will again enter the
work of the Burlington a.s a brake
man. Fi Tuesday's l;iilv.
L. I'. Fuls of Murray was a iitor
in this city this afternoon- after
having been visiting in Omaha this
J. M. Jordan was a visitor in this
city this morning from hi home
near Cullom. and was looking after
W. H. Tritsch from near Cullom
was a business vi.-dtor in the city
this morning, coming down on the
early train this morning.
Mrs. J. M. Patterson of I'ninn.
wa. a vifitor in this city yesterday
evening, having stopped while on
her way from Omaha to her home.
Phillip Meisinger Troni near Cul
lom v as a vi itor in this c ity for
the day, being t illed here to look
after some bi:.:iiK"-K. for the morn
Llovd Ganeit oi near Murray was
a visitor in Plat tsiuout h last even
ing, coming to transact some busi
ness with the Plat tsmouth nier
chants, anil reports the roads cs be
ing very bud.
Christopher Miller of near Cedar
Creek was a visitor both in Omaha
and here today, being in the former
place during the morning and com
ing here to look after some busine.s
.lonn I'arKeumg ami wile were
visiting in this city this morning
coining to attend the golden wed
ding anniversary of the marriage of
Adam Hi!d and wif which the
art- cebbrating today.
A card from llickelton. Washing
ton, tells of the stork having made
a visit at the Ik. me of John Fezell.
who was formerly Miss Bertha Hall,
and who b;s been located in the
wt'i for a number of years.
P. M. Meis-inger is ingaging in
f. Tilling again, and is moving fodiy
to a farm near Cedar Creek, where
he will get ready for the planting
of the crip; by the time they are
ready to go into the ground.
Miss Patty Met.gar of Cedar
Cw.uk was a visitor in Plat tsmouth
this afternoon, arriving froii Oma
ha, where she has been visiting and
alter visiting for the afternoon here
departed for her home at Cedar
Chri. Caucr wa iu the city yes
terday from bis home near Green
wood, anil while waiting at tiic
Hurlingion vfatlon I'or hi train to
return home. wjs speaking ai;:nt
the winter when he came here frem
the east, and bad to say that if had
been an open winter, until about the
first of March, when i! turned cold
and there was an opportunity for
the harvesting of plenty of ice. The
ice man would like that thi year,
and his houses are all empty.
From Monday's Daily.
August Kt il, of .near Cedar Creek,
was a business visitor in I'lat tsmouth
John Thlerolf was a passenger to
Cullom this morning, where he is
doing some work. .
Joseph Wagner from near Itock
Bluffs was looking after some busi
ness in the city this morning.
G. I). Shanholtz. of near Cedar
Creek, was a visitor iu this city over
Sunday, returning to his home this
Mrs. J. J. Waddick who has
been visiting at Louisville for the
past few days returned home this
C. D. Gan. of Alvo, was a visitor
in this city today, coming down this
morning to look after some legal
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
V:i?er wms -a visitor ill this city for
the day. having some business to
look after here.
J. J. Ilennings and son Win. Uen
nings from near Cedar Creek were
Iroking aHer some business in the
city this morning.
John liusche of near Cullom. was
a visitor in riattsnumi u on i in
day, coming to look after some busi
ness for the morning.
Et-k Cook, who is now living near
Cullom. was a visitor in I'lattsmouin
over Sunday, returning to his home
and work this morning.
Henry Theirolf of Cedar Creek
was a visitor in tins city ior a u-
down on the
15'irliimton this morning.
I. c Vi.iifi of iiw other side of
.Murray was a visitor in Omaha this
morning v here he is ioohjuk
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tome business for a short time.
Hsirrv. Havt.T. of Murray. Wiio IS
working for the Pollock Auto oar
age, was a visitor at nome u ...-
day. returning this morning to take
ip his work.
.In'.ti Cl'j.ll-jrl i f near L'ulOll, WHS
a vuitor in this citv tins morning
oniing to look after some pii&mh-o
about town. nd while here mane
this oll't" a pleasant call.
Peter Shroader. who moved from
Cedar Creek to this city a s-hort time
since, has accepted a position with
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the blacksmith shop this morning.
T-.liss Clara Young, one of the IJur
lington shop clerks, who was a visi
tor over the week-end at her home
in Murray, returned this morning on
the early Missouri Pacific traiu to
at c up her work.
Chris Metzger. f South Omaha,
as a visitor iu this city last Satur
day for a few hours, departing in the
evening for Cedar Creek, where he
went to visit with his mother, Mrs.
Farmers Please Note
On SV3ogul and
Nearly f?ve thousand of our boys in kluki and
blue are coming back to work. We shall, of
course, make a place in our organization for every
one of them, but we wish to do it without throw
ing out of employment the men who took their
places and have worked faithfully for us ever
since. This is not going to be so easy for us as
for some others, because the Government desig
nated ours as an essential industry during the
war, and we actually increased the efficiency of
our organization after our boys left to joiu the
i a iiks.
If you will take delivery of a Mogul or Titan tractor now, we will
reward your co-operation as follows: To those who will accept de
livery of a Mogul or Titan 10-20 on or before March 8th we will
give an Early Delivery Discount of 5 per cent from the price of the
tractor. (This amounts to $61.25 in the case of the Titan 10-20 and
$56.25 on the Mogul 10-20.)
After March 8th the following discounts will be given:
For delivery during week cf March 10 to March 15, inclusive 4 per cent
For delivery during week of March 17 to March 22, inclusive 3 per cent
For delivery during week of March 24 to March 29, inclusive 2 per cent
Fcr delivery during week of March 31 to April 5, inclusive 1 per cent
This discount will go a long ways toward paying the fuel bills
of your tractor during this season.
By taking advantage of this Early-Delivery
Discount, you will not only be helping yourself,
but will enable us more easily to put back to
work our army of returning boys without break
ing up cur present organization.
You will t""nd that you need a few weeks to
get acquainted, with your new tractor. The man
who has his tractor early can become familiar
international Harvester Company of America
Chicago Incorporated) USA
Iii this county these tractors are sold by
John F. Gorder Plattsmouth, Nebr.
H- F. Kropp Nehawka, Nebr.
Farmers Co-op Assn. Eagle, Nebr.
C. Metzger, Sr.. for a short time, be
fore returning to his home in South
Mus Mary Egenberger was a visi
tor in the city last Friday, coming
for a few hours' visit at honi eand to
do some trading. She returned to
her school near Cedar Creek on last
Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. Chas.
Carroll, of near Murray, wore pas
sengers to Omaha this morning on
the early Missouri Pacific train, at
which place they are visiting with
friends aud doing some shopping to
day. iltto Sehaelfer, who has just re
cently closed out many of his effects
in the line of stock and farming ma
chinery, was a business visitor in the
city from his home some six miles
south of Cedar Creek last Saturday,
and returned home in the evening.
John Long of LaPlatte, was a
All Leather $1.50 to $5.00
Leathertex Back$1.00, $1.25
Drill Back 90c
"Union Special" Cotton
Flannel, Leather Palm 50c
'Extra Good" Weight,
Cotton Flannel 35c
Good" Weight '
Cotton Flannel 25c
Cotton Flannel 3 for 50c
3 pair Men's Black or
Tan Sox, (regular 25c value) 50c
Black Split leather
work mittens, lined 50c
20 Discount on
We can, however, give steady work both to
our present help and to the returning soldier's and
sailors, IF WE CAN BRING ABOUT AN' IMME
DIATE INCREASE IN TRACTOR PRODUCTION.
In order to do this we must move forward to the
farm some thousands of tractors that are ordered
for delivery at various dates up to May 1st, and
we shall also have to ship a large number of trac
tors that farmers intended to order later this sea
son, but could Just as well take now. To those farm
ers who are so situated as to be able to take ad
vantage of it we make the following proposition:
with it, so that when the first day of good plow
ing weather dawns, he will be able to get in the
field without a moment's lost time. That in it
self is a very good .reason for taking early delivery.
Go to your dealer and tell him that you will
accept immediate delivery of your Mogul or Titan
10-20 horsepower tractor, so he can make up his
carload shipments without delay.
visitor iu this city yesterday and
while here made this oflice a pleas
ant call. Mr. Ixing is farming near
that place, and is well satisfied with
his location as is also the landlord
with him, John Ling was in La
Platte a short time since to rent a
farm but could not find one, and Mr.
Long says if Mr. Ling wants a farm
or any one else he can find one for
Says It Is the Best in the World
Are you looking for a sate, relia
ble remedy for coughs, colds, croup
and whoopng cough? A. H. McDan-
iel. Box 51, Lindside, W. Va.,' writes.
I am glad to tell you that Foley's
Honey and Tar is the best medciine
in this world. I had a severe cough.
Someone recommended it and before
I used half a bottle I was better."
Bead the Journal Ads It Payi
a 4 i & tt ki'v'-
LINE OF DRESS AND AUTO GLOVES
PAY DAY SPECIALS!
PRICE8 HOLD THIS WEEK
Calf Palm, duxback,
lined work mitten 85c
Standard Work Shirt,
full cut, fast color $1.00
any Winter Suit or Overcoat
A Woman's Recommendation
Mrs. D. T. Tryor, It. K. D. No. 1,
Franklin Ave., Otsego, O., writes: "I
realized so great a benefit from the
use of one box that I feel safe in
recommending Foley Kidney Pills to
any kidney sufferers." They relieve
backache, sore muscles, stiff Joints,
rheumatic pains and bladder ail
ments. Sold everywhere.
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Sre;l Attention .i)lrin of YVontea
ACUTE DiSKASFS TREATED
Eyes Tested ml Glasses fitted
Wight Calls Answered Aft::- Eoarj
and Sundays by Appointment.
S.30 a. re. to 12:00 1:33 v. m. to 5:31
Coute Illock Dl. .1 rvT 1
v zow laiiaiuuuiu, lied
Full Stock $1.65 to $2.50
Full Stock $2.50
Split Back $1.35
Drill Back 65c
Cotton Flannel 25c
Heavy Nap Out,
2 Thumb C. F 3 for 50c
Gray or Brown
Cotton Flannel 2 for 25c
buy it NOW!
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