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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1919)
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5 FARM LOAM BONDS
ISSUED UNDER THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT
Dated November lt 1918
DUE November 1, 1938
Redeemable at par and accrued interest on aiiy inter
est date after five years from date of issue. Coupon
bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
nation, $1,000. Interest payable semi-annually. May
1st and November 1st. Principal and nterest payable
at the bank of issue in exchange Approved by the Fed
eral Farm Loan Board of the United States government.
Exempt, from All Federal, State, Municipal
. and Local Taxation!
l"his exemption includes the Federal Income Tax and
income from these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
Chas. O. Panne!
Bank of Cass County
The complete Electric Light end
Will "give yon a cheerful, well
lighted, thoroughly modern home.
T.:T. n. o(Y? Omaha, Neb.
OVER THE COUNTY
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U N I O.N
Mont Robb came home on Friday
night to spend the week-end with
Mrs. Belle Frans and daughter.
Miss Eula, were business visitors in
Miss. Margaret Xiday. of Omaha,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Xiday Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. M. G. McQuinn and Mrs.
Hugh Itobb were Nebraska City
pas.senyers Wednesday morning.
Lon Mead and family, who lived
about three miles northeast of here,
are moving to town this week.
Miss Mildred Clark went to Platts
mouth Saturday afternoon for a
short visit with Miss Helen Dutton.
Arthur Copenhaver left Tuesday
for his home at Lamar, after spend
ine a couple of months here. His
wife will follow in a phort time.
Tom McQuinn and family arrived
the first of the week from Pawnee
City to take possession of the farm
recently occupied by Orval McQuinn.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Finney and
family motored up from Auburn on
Saturday afternoon to visit several
days with Mrs. Vesta Clark and
Nelson Martin has recovered suf
ficiently from his injuries resulting
from a broken leg to be back at
work. He came down town Friday
and took charge of his restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merritt are
moving to town this week and
will occupy the house in the south
part of town belonging to C. V.
Clark and the same one in which
braska City came to Union last Fri
day evening and was defeated by a
score of HO to 27. After the game,
they and the teachers of the Tnion
school were entertained by the Union
basket ball girls at the high school.
All enjoyed a good time.
9f 9 9
Tiie Will Hudson family have mov
ed from the fiirni to the house re
cently vacated by Will Oelschlager.
Mr. Homan and daughter. Mayn;
of Lincoln. spoilt Sunday and Mon
day with relatives and friend-; here.
Some of the new flu ca-es are:
Emory ('lemons. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Altlioue, Mrs. Oril Allen. Mr. "and
Mrs. Ruby and Llanche Sexton.
Mrs. John Peterson and Miss Flor
ence Caddy went to Omaha Tuesday
night to buy goods for the Peterson
Will Oel-clilatr has this weel:
The flu patients at the home of
Albert P.ox are recovering and do
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Hall is very sick, suffering
with erysipelas-. ,
Mrs., George A. Miller has return
ed from Ilutler, .!o., where she had
spent a week visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Marion McCrory, who wan
sick with influenza, is doing nicely,
but the, two children are now sick.
The baby is iiite sick with pneu
monia. Pauline Parnhart went to Hillings.
Montana, last week, where she will
spend some time vi.siting with her
sister. Mrs. Canady, formerly Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, residing on
the Willard Clapp place had a very
sick child t ho latter part of last
week, but is some better.
Loren Parish has been putting up
ice this week. The fee is only fourj
or live inciies tnick, nut lie says no
is going to do his very best to serve
Dan I!ornemeier. who has been in
a hospital at Omaha for about ten
months was brought to his home
near Manley last Saturday. He is
still very week, but is some better.
The Alton family, who are locat
ed at San Antonio. Texas, are get
ting along nicely. Mrs. Alton's
health is much improved and Oracr
who was very sick with influenza.
The consolidate! school is coming
rverywh.ro. We may as well got
reaily for it and now is the time for
us to do it. We should -think welj
on this subject" and fall in line.
They have it other places; why can't
we have it. here? It's the onlv thins
for us to do.
Friends of Fred Loom's, who was
formerly employed in the Elmwood
Srate Pank have received the infor
mation . that he has finished his
schooling in France and has been
transferred to P.vrn Ca-tl?, Germany,
which was built about T'trt A. H. lie
experts to be home in about throe
Over ninety were in attendance" at
the district meeting of the I. () O.
F. at this place last Friday evening.
It was a big occasion and the ei-
the Frank Sheldon farm east of lown
the past week. The former. manager
of the" farm, Tom Summons, has mov
ed to the northern part the state.
L. C. Todd, who has been here
the past three weeks closing out
his interests in real estate ami wind
ing up his business affairs in this
county, left Wednesday afternoon
for his home at Imperial. Nebr. Mr.
Todd- has pinned his faith to the
western part, of the state, and has
invested in many hundreds of acres
of land there. His three sons
L. G. and Harold
a part of their father's land.
will each occupy
Ernest Pautsch. manager of the
Farmers' Elevator,, was at Omaha
Monday on business for the company.
Mrs. Darwin Vanscoyoe
moved his household goods to a farm j tjre program was carried out to th
near Hickman, where they will make
their home in the future.
MihS Freda Handrock va.i taken to
the St. Elizabeth hospital in Lincoln
Tuesday nicht and was operated on
Utter. The banquet at ti" basement
of the M. E. church was a big part
of the program us well as the many
Thud. Morgan has been in the
at S:00 the following morning. She J r,.rviof. (,f Uncle Scm for 1 S i..i,-iIis
"' i at Camp Funston doing clerical work
and now has received his honorab'e
dbejiarue and is home to stay. Pe
fonl he entered the service. Flovd
'u'rjwas em ployed' iif a bank at Stella.
Nebr. lie 1-; thinking of entering
the bank work again.
Last week a deal was made where
by Henry A. Tool, of Murdoch. sold
his fine 120 acres of land to Fred
Hickman, of Eagle. The purchase
price of this farm is close to $27.00').
It is one of the fine farms of that
section, well improved and Mr. Tool
Snleling for some time past but he ias RjwayS taken great pride in
hopes soon to receive his discharge. keeping it in good shape so there can
Mr. Frantz was home from his be no doubt but that it is good
legislative duties at Lincoln from
is getting along as
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frolich re
turned Tuesday evening from a
week's honeymoon visit with
brother at Nelson. They were met
at the train by a noisy crowd which
reminded them that while they were
absent they were not forgotten.
Lieutenant II. L. Ankeny and wife
are here this week visiting at the
home of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. li. Jedkins. Lieutenant
Ankenv has been stationed at Fort
Friday till Tuesday morning. He in
forms us that the highway bill that
has occasioned o much controversy
in this county, has been amended to
have the road run out O street to
Elmwood, andT.orth to the Murdoch
line. He says this seems to have
removed all objections and pleased
Mrs. T. R. Adams had quite a sur
prise a few days ago when she re
ceived a box of fine candy from her
grand-daughter, Mrs. George Wal-
they- were living when Mr. Merritt ters, of Long Peach. Calif. She says
was called into the service. they are certainly enjoying the de-
The girls basket ball team of Ne- light ful California winter.
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turned home to Lincoln after a visit
here wilh her parents. Mr. and .Mr:;.
J. F. Prod in e.
Ed Wegner has moved onto his
ranch near Merna, Nebraska, from
his farm near Cedar Creek. Mart
Williams has moved onto Mr. Wer
ner's CedaT Creek farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Johu Iugrim have
returned to Louisville and will go to
housekeeping on their farm east of
town, after spending the winter
months at. Stanton.
John Ahl came down from Omaha
'ast week to spend some time with
relatives and old friends and to re
cuperate after a severe spell of pneu
monia sum! rheumatism, ili.i friends
will be glad to know that he is im
proving in health.
Richard Kraft took advantage -of
the cold spell this week and tilled
iiis ico house, although the ice w in
only about three inches thick. Ulake
& McCarty filled their ice house
with manufactured ice, having ship
ped in two car loads this week.
Ensign P. A. Jacobson. of the U.
S. Navy, naw stationed at the Great
Lakes, made an over Sunday visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
. Jacobson and'other relatives end
old friends. Ensign Jacobson is ex
pecting to take a southern cruhe
with some submarine chasers in
:he near future.
Mrs. W. A. ('leghorn and Mrs. C.
Xoyes entertained the Woman's
club verv delightfully iU their reg
ular meeting last Thursday cfter--oon
at the home of .Mrs. Cleghorn.
The refreshments were ilicious and
:nost elaborate since the ending c!'
he var has rer.io.el the rf fric
John Gauer has been considerably
':nder the weather ;:i.ce iat weijj!;.
when he made a trip to Omaha r.-d
had 1 " teeth extracted. He had
about come to the conclusion that" a
ot of his bad health might be due
to defective teeth and it is to he
hoped he will soon begin to feel het
i?r, as he has been in ill health for
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson
returned Monday from an over-Sunday
visit with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paum.
of Prague. Mr. Paum was home
from the Navy on a 12-days' fur
lough. He is feeling fine and likes
Iiis work as wireless operator very
much, but he would be glad to re
turn to civil life now that the war
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Vesta Batteries and
The Plattsmouth Garage
J. E. "MASON. Proprietor
PHONE H9 4
AGENTS FOR REO CARS AND TRUCKS
We repair all makes of cars; do all kinds vof welding
and charge batteries. Bring in your cars now and have
them in shape for spring. We have two of the best
mechanics in town, Mr. Howard Ralya and John Frady.
Also Do Livery Work to All Parts of the
City and Country.
JUST GIVE US .A TRIAL WE'LL DO THE REST
Mr. Armstrong, the cooper at It .
M. Pollard's -'packing house, moved
this week to the Kirkpatrick house
north of the city limits.
F. P. Sheldon and wife and Mrs.
G. A. Rood went to Omaha the first
cf the week, where they attended
the State Merchanis Convention.
John Lloyd, who had been on a
trip to Perkins comity the past two
or three weeks, returned to his home
in Nebawka Tuesday -night.
Vance Todd and wife, of Strath
more, Alberta, Canda, who bad been
viriting relatives in Xehav4:a the
past two weeks, returned to Canada
Wednesday of this v eek.
Mrs. E. A. Purdick, of Omaha,
came down Monday for a visit with
her sister, Mrs. N. Klaurens and
family, and incidentally to look af
ter her property interests here.
Henry Ash and family, who have
been living southwest of Nehawka.
loaded their car Thursday and are
leaving for Stanton county
Qur Offer to Save $10 to $15
On Every Round Oak Pipeless Furnace
Goes Into Effect Wednesday, March 19th
Beginning Wednesday, the 19th, we will ac
cept contracts for the installation of the Round
Oak Pipeless Furnace. This may be installed
later in the season if desired.
In this connection we
will also offer a special
service. Every Round Oak
Pipeless System sold will
L installed according to
a scientific blue print plan
supplied free by the
Kcur.d jOal: Engineering
It costs S'.'t or more to
canvass for heating con
tracts. By your coming
into our store during this
10 day period, you reduce
our selling cost. You en
able us to book ahead a
'large, number of con
tracts which keep our
men busy without loss of
We are in position to
purchase the heaters, cas
ings and fittings in large
quantities. We propose
to give YOU the benefit!
Here are a few advan
tages of the
J(?'a?Xt7ipeess'?urnpce or tfo farkt
It will heat youthome
year after year with a
generous volume of pure,
warm, moist, ever-changing
air, free from dust, gas
It will burn any and all
fuels successfully and eco
nomically. It will hold the
hre over night without re
charging, i even in zero
The System costs only
one-fourth to one-third
the price of steam or hot
water, yet it responds
more quickly. Its results
It may be easily and
quickly installed and
ready for service in less
than twenty-four hours
from the time it is deliv
ered to your home.
I it i'.kt .-rX.l:
The Round Oak Pipeless
Is a Clean System
The patented, improved, bolted and deep-jointed con
struc;ion and its heavy castings mean no dust or dirt
in your home.
Wc are positive it. is the best built, most efficient,
durable and satisfactory Pipeless Heating System on
It is worth every cent you invest in its purchase. Its
saving in fuel alone pays a liberal interest on the investment.
10 Star Points of Round Oak
(.The ? p ! furnace on the market)
Ei-. tit Absolutely
if J I-nproved, Ga and Dust Tight
r-jrnj AM Fuels Successfully
Strongest Lists the Longest.
lT im:c'if.es and Circulates Pure
Holds the Fire 24 Hours.
Cool tfaiemcnt Delivers All
i'ns Htat to-tne Home.
Responds mere Prorr.ntly than
Fasil" Optrsted and
Valuable Heating Book Free
You should secure one of these free
Rou id Oak Pipeless Books, 9x12,
profusely illi:strated, which proves all
of this; claims and describts other
Henry Meyers left Monday night
'.vith his two cars of stock, household
;;oo(ls pnd farniinf; implements, for
t'hase county, his new home.
Lloyd Phil pot is carrying his arm
in a sling: from the effects of getting
it cut with a pike pole while as
risting in harvesting ice at the
Jameson Lal.e Saturday. '
Miss Jannie Askew of Donigan
Mo., who had visited a couple cf
weeks at the home of her sister,
.urs. Virgil Sudduth, southeast of
town, left last week for Richland,
California, to visit a sister there.
Mrs. Wagoner, who has been vis
iting at the home of her son, Her
man Wagoner, routh of town and
helping care for the baby that has
been sick, returned to her home in
where ', Louisville Saturday morning..
the death of her sister. Mrs. Jesse
Wriffht. at Nebraska City, and who
have been visiting relatives in this
community since, left for their home
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dennis and
their two children came in from
Kearney Saturday evening for a
visit at the home of the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dennis.
They had visited Mrs. Dennis' par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. IJeland, in Omaha.
Leslie Wiles and George Donne
rran have bought a new Case thresh
ing outfit separair and kerosene
tractor. The machine arrived Wed
nesday and boy are getting it un
loaded and out to the farm today.
These boys are progressive farmers
and are getting ready for the com
ing wheat crop.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Maple in the country is tinder quar
antine for diphtheria. The daughter
has been very sick but is now on the
road to recovery.
members of the family have been
sick. Anti-toxine has been used free
ly and all precautionary means
taken to prevent the spread of the
Miss N'ita Francis was at Omaha
LFriclay and Saturday to be present
:it the wedding of her sister. Miss
Marguerite, who was joined in mar
riage to ?.Ir. David Tighe, of Manley.
Miss Marguerite was formerly a
teacher in the Avoca schools and for
the past two years nas been in the
Omaha schools. Mr. Tighe is a Man
ley citizene where they -will mak
MOTHER RECEIVES LET
TER FROM HER SON
From Friday's Dally.
This morning Mrs. M. B. Allen re
ceived a letter from her son, Ralph
H. Allen, who is still in France, and
who is stationed in the southern part
of the country. Ralph has just been
transferred from his old company to
Company A, of the 338th Infantry,
nnd states that they are now requir
ed to drill about five hours daily.
He expects to get a furlough in a
As yet no other short time, and will then try and
make a visit to Paris. He says the
weather there is about the same as
our March or early April here, being
interspersed with snow and rain. He
expects to remain In his present lo
cation and asks that letters be ad
dressed to him there. He says he
has received no mail for many
months. He has no ideVj when he
will be allowed to return to the
States and home.
Will Oliver, Jr. and wife were vis
itors with friends n the city today,
being guests at the home of Mr. Ol
iver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Oliver. They returned to their home
in Louisville this afternoon.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
1 ! i
East of Riley Hotel.
. Second Floor.
FOR SALE 2 HERF0RD BULLS
I have for sale, two young high
bred registered Herford bulls, four
teen and fifteen months of age re
spectively. Inquire of Fred T.
Ramge. Phones 102 and 532.
Plattsmouth. Neb. . 5-tfw
they will make their future home. .
D. C. West returned home from
Lincoln Sunday mornin
Mrs. J. M. Ranney and daughter,
Uuth, were in Omaha Friday and
Mrs. Ranney was under-
where he Saturday,
had gone to see Mrs. West, who is going treatment for her ear, which
in the hospital there. Mrs. West j has been giving her trouble since
underwent a surgical operation the 'she had the fin.
first of the week. ' Miss Ruth Hitchman went to Val-
The R. H. Frans & Sons store of ley Wednesday morning to look after
Onion, one of, if. not the olde.t es- some business matters. Ruth has
tablhhed business houses in that resigned her position in, the drug
place, changed hands the last of store at Valley and will stay at home
the week, when it was sold to the for a tim euntil her mother gets
Local Farmers Union of that place, jjtrftng.
L. M. McVay, who resided north Mrs. Lester Wright and children',
of town last year, has .moved onto of Wallace, who were called here by
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Go Ahead With Your Plans:
This is the advice of the War Industries Board.
Maybe you have hoped that another year would see your plans of a new
Those hopes can be a reality.
Building Restrictions Have Been Removed On
All farm and ranch buildings.
All schools, churches, hospitals and public buildings costing not more than
All new homes costing not more than $10,000.00.
Now is the time to plan. Let us help you do it.
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