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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1919)
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
TMURSL'AY. MARCH 13. 1910.
THE SEED OF YOUR FORTUNE IS THE MONEY YOU MAKE
TODAY. IF YOU PLANT IT WISELY IN OUR BANK, LET IT STAY
THERE, AND ADD TO IT REGULARLY, YOUR FUTURE IS AS
SURED. THAT MONEY YOU WORK FOR NOW, IF PUT INTO OUR
BANK WILL SOME DAY WORK FOR YOU. IT WILL KEEP YOUR
FAMILY FPOM POVERTY AND MISERY.
COME INTO OUR BANK AND OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY.
YOU WILL RECEIVE H PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME CERTIFICATES.
Farmers State Bank
Khmii Titrr!;i y"s Pally.
W. A. Wetcticanip of west of My
uard was a visitor in this city t h is.
iiiorniir-r ami was looking after sonic
b US ill CSS.
frank Itaum of South Iieiid was u
visitor in Pl.ittsmout li this after
lion, coming to look after some busi
ness for a short time.
K. S. Tin t of Murray was a visit
er ;i' Pin t'-nioiitli last evening for a
f-w hours am! was h oklng after
f nif b'.isir.f ?s fr tlie time.
Mrs. Jv.lt ii Tiieirolf and children
departed last evening for Cedar
CreVk. where thry will visit for a
short time with friends.
Phillip lb.m from mar I'edar
Creel: a a viitor in the city this
morning crming to lok alter .seine
businc-s matters for a few hours.
Paul Kelly of Green wood was
en Fed to this city today to look aft
er some business matters both at
the co.;rt housp and in the city.
Phillip Foiimff nf near Cedar
Creek r. as a visitor in the city this
niernin. wprre he is looking after
fi')" b::--!:is:. mutters for the day.
Otto Sprccker of near Louisville,
v is a i; itor in Plat tsmoiit li for a
vhih- ;. e: erday. looking after some
Iiu iiu -s matter; here for the after
noon. Jcl'ii .. iie.-i was a passenger to
'.!- Cr-i; this moriiiim where he
is looking alter some business, for
en me or hit farms in that
W. T. i:ichinlso:i ( f Mynard was
a besiness visitor in this city this
Morning. ccming in with his car,
and transacting M-me huin-s f.jr
few hours and returning again.
Mr.-. Wt'i. Shipl: y of I.aPlatte was
a visitor in this city this morning
coming to look afi-r some business
matters, and to visit with her fath
er 1). M. (1 raves 1'cr a short time.
Charles Lautcrbach who has been
making his home with hi brother
in this city for several months past,
departed this morning for Kcd Oak.
Iowa, where he will work on a farm
FOR SALE OR
Seven acres. Improved, Just dut
ide the city limits, within walking
distance of the shops. Improvements
consist of a five room house -with
furnace, in good repair, bam, chick
en bouse, large care, two wells, cis
tern. Fenced. Will take a residence
In town or sell it on easy terms.
Can give pusesbion
Phone Sc. 28.
for the coining summer. .Mr. I,auter
back is to receive $73.00 per month
and board where he is working.
James IF. Key nolds. of near I'r.ion.
was a visitor in Plattsmouth last
evening, coming to look after some
business matters at the court house
and alto with different the business
b;:rines: firms of the city.
1-ePoy Winseott who lias been
visiting at the home of his parents
here. Gccrge Winscolt and wife, de
parted last evening for Louisville,
where he is working for the Lincoln
Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Howard Cannon and Clyde Funk.
vM.o are employed with the Moii
aich Kngii.eering company, in the
construction of bridges near Fnion,
came in this morning and are look
ing after some business in the city
for the day.
Doctors IJ. I- I'rendel and son J.
F. Prendcl, both of Murray were in
th city yesterday afternoon called
here en account of tjie insane case
bearing, which was being held at
the court house and Mr. J. F.
Ureivlcl being a member of t lie
from M relay's Daily.
John Fgand. of Louisville, was a
visitor in this city yesterday and to
day. Win. Carey and wife are visiting
in the city this morning from their
!:i'inc v.et of Mynard.
Chris Miller, of Cedar Creek, who
bus been viitlng over Sunday in this
city, departed this morning for his
S. L. 1!. Lease of M unlock w.s a
visitor in this city this morning,
corning to look after some business
for the day.
Mi-s. Anna Sanders, who has been
vi..iting for the past few days with
friends near Cedar Creek, returned
home this morning.
Jacob Peach ler of Cedar Creek,
wa: n visitor in this city today,
coming down to look after some
business for the day.
(Just M Hiiler, of near Murray, and
son. Irving, departed last Saturday
evening for Ued Oak. Iowa, whore
they will visit, for a few days.
Will T. Uichardson. postmaster at
Mynard was ar visitor in this city
this morning, coming to transact
some business at the county seat.
C. D. Ganz of Alvo, was a visitor
in this city this morning, coming
over to look after some busiuess at
the ollice of the county attorney.
Mrs. August Gorder. and daugh
ter, were visiting with friends at
Cedar Creek over Sunday, returning
to their home here this morning.
J. D. Hramlet. of near I'nion, was
a visitor in Plattsmouth this morn
ing, 'coming up to look after some
matters of business at the court
1. G. Shanholtz. who fs living
near Cullom, returned to his work
there this morning, after having vis
ited with friends in this city over
Frank Goodwin. who has been
working on a farm near Ilock Plul'i's
for some time past, moved to town
last .week and will live here for a
F. L. McConnell. ot near Nehaw
ka, was a visitor in the city this
morning. looking after some business
at the court house and some matters
about town as well.
Peter Meisiuger of near (Vd.ir
Creek, arrived in the cit this morn
ing, and is looking after some busi
ness for the day, and also some mat
ters at the court house.
C. Metzger, of Omaha, was a visi
tor in thk; city last Saturday for a
short time. departing Sunday for
Ccslar Creek where he remained over
the day with his mother.
Feb (ok was down' from Cedar
Creek for over Sunday, and stayed
for the day to look af'er some busi
ness matters, returning to his work
this afternoon on the Schuyler train.
Floyd Stone, who has been at
C rand Island for the past few div.i.
visiting with friends, returned the
last of the week, and is visiting at
the home of his parents near Cedar
Creek at . present.
S. A. Wiles and wife and pon
Howard were attending the funeral
of .Mr. Wiles brother Thomas Wiles.
who pass-ed away at his home last
Friday at Weeping Water, return
ing home last evening.
Wat.srn Long of west of Mynard.
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing having driien in with his car,
and found t he roads rather bad. lie
was looking after some business in
the city for the morning.
Mis-s Verla Schneider of Ceiiar
Creek arrived in this city this morn
ing coming to stay at the home of
her aunt Mrs. George K. Sayles,
who is at this time not feeling well,
and her niece will care for her and
assist in the household.
Mesdauies W. J. Philpot, W. K.
Peters, Kdward Gansenier and F. J.
llihl. of near Weeping Water were
vi-itor:? in the city on last Saturday
afternoon and evening, spending 'the
time with friends and looking after
some matter of business at the
C. M. Warner and wife, J. K.
Wile-, ami H. F. Wiles were vi-dtors
at Weeping Water yesterday, where
they were in attendance at the fun
eral rt the late Thomas Wiles, a
resident of that pliee and a broth
er of Mrs. Warner and Joseph and
Fn'tii Wednesday's laily.
Kay Chriswisser was in ih eity
this morning looking alter some
business coming from his home near
Charles Gerlieh of near Mauley
was a visitor in this citv this morn
ing coming to look after Mmie mat
ters at the county court.
J. W. Male and family departed
last evening for Cuilom. where they
will visit for a few days at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Harger.
I)ick' Chriswisser from near Mur
ray was a visitor in Plattsmouth this
morning where be is looking arter
foine business in the city at t!e
J. M. Teegarden of Wfpii g
Water was a visitor in the city this
morning, coming over to loo after
some legal matters at the ' court
George Keyiudu.-. was a vi iter in
Plattsmouth this afternoon from his
home near flock Hli't. and was
looking after some business for the
Mrs. Katherim- Frharl. of near
Manley was looking after some busi
ness at the court house this morn
ing, having come over on the morn
George Prowii of Weeping Water
was a visitor in this city since yes
terday, looking after some business
for a .short time, and having some
matters at the court house.
Mrs. Anna Ault ami little son
Kenneth of Cedar Creek who have
been visiting in this city, the gueSi
l the home of her sister Mrs. Geo.
K. Sayles. departed this afternoon
for their home.
Mr. J. U. Kihiege of Greenv.oed
was a vioitor in this city for a thort
time this morning, coming down to
visit at the home of U. A. MeFdwain
and mother Mrs. 8. E. McElwain and
also to lock after some business as
Mrs. John A. Koukal who has been
vititing in the western portion of
the state, with relatives at Heaver
City, for-the past two weeks, re
turned home this morning, having
had an excellent time while away.
Her sister .Miss Mary Hetherington
was with her and returned home a
few days since.
LOAN TO FINISH
THE WAR JOB
CAMPAIGN TO OPEN APRIL 21,
ALTHOUGH ALL EETAILS
NOT WORKED OUT.
Amount of Lo?.n. R3tc cf Interest
and Kind of Bonds or Notes
to be Announced Later.
From Wed m s.t.i y's I;tily.
Notwithstanding the fact that all
of the details concerning th" Victory
Liberty Loan have not yet been an
nounced by Secretary Glass of the
Fnited States Treasury, it is certain
tlia' the campaign for subscription.
to the bonds will open the latter
part of April, or about the 21s't.
The Loan is to raise enough mon
ey to enable the Government to fin
ih the big v;r job bv footing the
bills, bringing home the boys from
overseas and readjusting affairs to a
peace basis as ouickly as possible.
The Victory bill enacted by Con
gress, authorizing the Liberty Loan,
is s'o broad in its e.-seiit ial provis
ions as to enable the Secretary of
the Treasury to offer most attractive
bonds or note.; for the American peo
ple to invest their money in. Put
the amount of the loan, the rale of
interest anil the kind of bonds or
notes to be offered are matters that
are to be announced later.
The important matter at hard at
this time, however, is for the people
of the Tenth Federal Keserve Dis
trict, who have prospered during
the war as never before, to get their
finances in shape n invest in Vic
tory Liberty P.nnds to the limit of
their abiiity and thus help get the
war job tini-heil and out of the way.
Elue. Triangle Campaign of Y. W. C.
It will be remembered that ibe
Young Women's christian Ass.;ria
tio married on a big drive during
10 IS to raise tumis to carry on War
Work which it. like many oihe
organizations, found brought into
its path of labor by the war. That
War Fund Itmbiet cannot be touch
id for anything but war work and
therefore it lias been found neces
sary to hold a campaign to raise
fund- for the regular work in our
country during the year lt)lt. The
ibid of that work has been enlarg
ed for the V. W. C. A. as it has for
the church, or for business, or for
any worth while enterprise. It has
become necessary to take in more
territory and hence it must reach
out in more territory for aid. So
whole states have been organized
and just now the North Central
Field cemp;ed of North and South
Dakota. Nebraska, Minnesota and
Iowa are carrying on a campaign
to raise $122.rrt.r.. Nebraska Is as
sessed for $20,324 and is lined up
the work and already some of her
counties as Kichard.son have com
plete working organizations and
others are getting ready for such.
Not so Cass County; so the Slate
Chairman ha;; selected workers to
raise the quota a.sked from this
County. Those workers have made
their plans and devided t ho county
by precincts, jippoiuting a sub chair
man in each and apportioning the
amount euch precinct should rai.se.
hverythiiig will be in readiness to
begin end complete this campaign
in Cass County during the week, be
ginning March ninth. When the
collectors call nnoii vou. please be
readv with vo:ir contribution. If
you don't fully understand to what,
you are giving, ask the chairman
of your precinct: she will be able
to explain in general, for the extent
of V. W. C. A. work is ts great and
results too f;ir reaching to be ex
plained in detail in a short time. At
the close of the campaign a report
will bo made through the papers,
the same as the announcement is be
ing made and the workers will sin
cerely thank you for so generously
aiding Ihpni in this work.
MItS. HOUKKT 1IAVFS.
MRS. KOV COLF.
Fancy box naper at this office.
IS BECOMING A CITIZEN
From Monday's Dally.
John Kaffenberger and family,
who have for the past thirty or forty
years lived west of this city, ami
when coming to this country and
making his home there when t he f
country was much newer, and has
made his home there since, a large
family has grown up around the
father and mother, and have since
went to seek homes of their own.
Mr. Kaffenberger last fall purchased
the home of J. W. Peters and now
conies to this city to enjoy the fruit
cf the years of labor.
A week since the neighbors as a
fitting expression of their respect
for this couple who have been living
in that community ra long, gather
ed at their home and celebrated the
occasion, with a farewell reception
for this couple, and made the even
ing a merry one, wishing Mr. and
Mrs. Kaffenberger many years of
happiness in their new home.
RECEPTION AND DANCE
LAST SATURDAY EVENING
From M-.l:i 's Tally.
Last Saturday evening at the
heme of Haywood Kllege and wife
were gathered a crowd of relatives
and friends who has but a short
time since been celebrating the
birthday of Mrs. .1. I!. Higley and
hid a merry time.
They had gathered to visit with
Mr. Kllege and wife and recount old
times, and after having visited for
a time, the tune of the old violin
suggested a dance, and the furniture
was adjusted and they kept time to
the inline until the wee small hours.
There were present on the occasion
about forty people, and among them
were the following:
J. 15. Higley and wife. John Rich
ardson and two sons, Floyd ar.d
Claude, I lay Wood KHege anil family,
Grover Ellege and family. Lee John
son and family of Stella. Mrs. Gladys
Harris and family of Schubert, as
well a.s Miss Harris, a sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. flarl Matson of Oma
ha, who were on their honeymoon.
Jack Kllege and family of Council
P.luiTs. George Harr and family of
this city. Mrs. 1. J. Human of Omaha.
RETURNS TO HIS SCHOOL WORK.
From Monday's Daily.
Captain Otto A. Wur! and wife,
and their son. Otto, who have been
visiting here the past week, depart
ed this morning for their home at
t)uincy. Illinois, where Captain Wurl
will again take up his position as
physical director in the schools of
that place. Captain Wurl enlisted
in the army at the beginning of the
war, t-oon attaining the rank , ot
Lieutenant and later being promoted
to Captain following his return from
the front in France.
Mr. Wurl spent a considerable
length of time in France, and was
in the thickest of many fights. Dur
ing his sojourn there he took sev
eral special courses in the modern
modes of warfare and later was sent
back to the states and to Camp Fun
st on as an instructor. He has since
remained at lamp i unston and was
finally discharged from the service
there last week, whereupon he came
with his family for a short visit heije
before goiug on to Quincy to again
take up his work.
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in i.n i juss iiur. cut OUl 1 11 is
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2H:5 Shetheld Ave., Chicago, 111.
writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound; for
coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kid
ncy Pills' and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. Sold everey where.
GI1RIST & UHRIST,
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Do enlarging, cony &nd cdorcd
Kodak finishing, etc.
We guarantee all work.
Sunday sittings by appointment.
Wc are always here.
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"Foley's Honey and Tar is the
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everything but nothing did any
good. God sent me a friend with
Foley's Honey and Tar, and in two
days his cough was gone." Sold
Any skin itching is a temper test
er. The more you scratch the
worse it itches. Doans Ointment is
for piles, eczema any skin itching.
60c at all drug stores.
ill X. -
WJ i kVirtuoiismv&s h y.L li
First Show 7:00
The picture that broke all
TO SHOW VIRTUOUS
WIVES NEXT WEEK
FAMOUS TALE OF NEW YORK
MARRIED LIFE FROM OWEN
May be Seen on Local Screen Tues
day and Wednesday, March
the 18th and 19th.
The Parmele theatre has contract
ed to show Miss Anita Stewart's
initial First National production.
"Virtuous Wives." adapted from the
two million edition book of the same
title by Owen Johnson. This fam
ous picture will be shown Tuesday
and Wednesday nights. March 18th
"Virtuous Wives" is described as
a truthful story of married life in
New York society. According to
the author, in the introduction to his
story, a virtuous wife is becoming
an extinct specie of femininity un
der present-day conditions. The
reasons for this, as described in his
novel, have been included in the
screen adaptation. Miss Stewart
makes her return to the American
screen alter an absence of several
months in the role of Amy Forres
ter, the "only member of a social set
to whom pleasure is young." As the
wile of Andrew Forrester, and ob
sessed only with the idea of con
stant and uninterrupted amusement.
she appears in the role of the young
society matron who finally is brought
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To Holders of Liberty
We shall be glad to cash your interest coupons free
of charge any time it is convenient to you.
Ask us about our plan for the free safekeeping ot
Income Tax Blanks will soon be here. We will give
any information and fill out statements
free of charge.
The Bank of Cass County,
Capital and Surplus, $80,000
Your Personal Tir.nU
V V "'.; '
Second Show 8:45
records at the Rialto, Omaha
PLUS WAR TAX
to a realisation that iinbridb'i
pleasure is but tiie ash of happine.-.-.
Supporting Miss Stewart in "Vir
tuous Wives" are four star.-; of t.
present New York theatrical :;s.;,,.
Conway Tearle plays the p.irt :'
A ml re w Ferrcsier. Money-maker: Li
win Arden is seen in the loN . :'
Rudolph Hehibarre; Mrs. I.
Hopper plays the pnrt of his v. if",
lima Delabarre. and William P..'.
appears as Monte Pracketi, soe;.rt
A Friend Recommended Them.
J. N. Tohill, clerk Lottie Ho'.',
L'vansville, lnd., writes: "For .i
weeks I suffered constantly with
pains in the muscles of my t!n;h.
Upon recommenda't ion of a fro-nd.
I tried Fob-y Kidney Pills and b.
San to j:et relief almost immedi;fe
ly." They stop backache. rhu" .i
tie pain, soreness and stiffness. Sold
Team of dark gray marcs, wiieht
about 2200. both with foal, and both
branded above flank C. 1 1. One had
a halter on when last mmu. It
found please notify W. II. lies : en
flow. Cedar Creek, Nebraska, ph.m
Guard the Children's Health.
Mrs. Kfaw, P.ox 2. Pennett, Wis.,
writes: "Wo have always imed
Foley's Honey and Tar for colds and
find it great. The children all run
for it when they see the bottle and
ask for more." Contains no opiuw-s
safe, and harmless, but gives prompt
relief to coughs, colds, ftoup and
whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
J $ 5 t?i f
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