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XKUP.5DAT. IIaP.CH 12. IBIS.
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5 FARI 10
ISSUED UNDER THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT
Dated November 1, 1918
DUE November 1, 193S
Redeemable at par and accrued interest on any inter
est date after five years from date of issue. Coupon
bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
nation. SJ.000. Interest payable semi-annually, May
1st and November 1st. Principal .and interest -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!
This exemption includes the Federal Income Tax and
income from these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
Chas. C Parmele,
Bank of Cass County
3 3 f r AS 3fr f
NEWS FROM ALVO
Z Stroenieier was in Lincoln ur i
George ("lark went to Lincoln on
K. I. Friend returned from Lin
coln Monday. I
Morgan Mahcr, of Mauley, was hi
Dr. L. Muir and family were in
V. O. Hoyles. of Lincoln, was in
town Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Charles KJwards was shop
ping in Klnnvood Thursday.
Jake Kahm had a load of stock on
the Omaha markets this week.
Sherman Wolfe wont to Ashland
Some Men Want
and Do Wear
bright colors. It seems to become
their temperments. . If you have that
particular taste and enjoy shirts
that are just a little out of the ordi
nary you will be interested in what
we have to offer.
No need of spending ' a week's
wages for a lend shirt.
$2.00 and $2.50 Does
A shirt won't wear if it doesn't
fit. A Furgeson and McKinney shirt
is oversked where the natural strain
Look 'em over they're
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Business is Good,
ami is getting: better every day. Frkd Wyxx has charge of
the shop and you all know what Fred can do when it comes
to repairing automobiles. He is the best man in Cass county.
I believe, on Generators and Starter Trouble in fact any
thing in I'-lectric Troubles. IJring in your troubles to him
he guarantees all his work. We-are now located on South
Sixth street, and -have more room to take care of the public.
W. W. WASLEY,
Garage Phone 650
to"" B":: a texs;- c sr. zro rn.: s:
imti:ii stti:s c;ovKitMnx'i
by way of South Hend Tuesday.
Iienn Weaver pent Sunday after
noon with his folks at South fiend.
L. Lauritsen was in Omaha the
latter part o the week on business.
School reopened airain Monday a?
everyone has gotten safely over the
People are ' busy with their in
come tax returns at the present
Miss Grace Bailey was home over
Sunday from Mynard. where she is
Ia4e S. fioyles was on the :e"c
li.-t Monday, suffering with an ul
Jake Kahm shipped a car of stock
to Omaha Tuesday, accompanying
the shipment. x
Scott Jordan .and Chris Hickman
left Monday for Omaha and Platts
mouth on business.
Mrs. Mary Vicki-rs went to Kagle
Saturday to vi.-it her daughter. Mrs.
Walter Jacobmev'r. '
I. J. Lipch left Tuesday morning
for Monte Vista, Colorado, to lool:
after 'his farm there.
Friends of .Monrm McCurdv
triad to h"ar that he has returned
!k n:e from France safely.
The nursf from Omaha who at
tended the Hoy Chapin family, re
turned to her home Tuesday.
Mrs. Dan McCurdy. of Manb-y. and
Mrs. F. M. Grove, of Havelock, were
visiting with friends' in this viciik
ity on Tuesday.
Fred Thomas and children ere
moving back to Alvo from Pickrell.
and will occupy the Thomas build
ins recently vacated by I)u 'Wil
liams. J. H. Stroemeier. who lias been
ailing for some time, passed away on
Tuesday at his home. The funeral
will be held Thursday afternoon at
Mrs. Kertha Shclton ws called to
Lincoln last week on account -of the
serious illness of her little son. who
is living with his grandmother at
A ten pound baby boy arrived fit
the Arthur Skinner home on Friday.
March 7th. Jle is a fine young man
and Arthur- is busy receiving the
congratulations of his many enviour:
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Micklc. cf
pear Havelock. pasred through the
village Monday, going to Elinwooci
to attend the futieral ofthir cousin.
George IJird. who died Saturday af
ter a lingering illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Verl Lincii. of Uni
versity Place, spoilt the week-end
with the former's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. I. J. Linen, as Mr. Linch ex
pects to return to Colorado in the
near future. They also visited Mrs.
Linch's parent?. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
House Phone 5C2
: a:: c::a::s. - e: E" cr:;:E!::' n
THE DAWN OF
TREATY TO BE SIGNED BEFORE
THE END OF PRESENT
IT WILL SOON BE A REALITY
Lloyd George and Balfour Inform
Their Colleagues Conference Has
Nearly Completed Its Work.
London, March 11. Premier
Lloyd George and Foreign Secre
tary fialfour have sent word to their
colleagues here that the peace con
ference has nearlv complete! its
i work, the Kveuing News savs it un
lit -.-stand.--. The draft of the peace
treaty already has been finished and
will l e signed before the end of
When the Germans are summon
ed to Paris, the News adds, the
treaty will be read to them and they
will he invited to sign it. There
will 1 e no. discussion with a view to
alterations ol the principal articles
of the treaty. If it i thought neces
sary questions involving the adjust
ment details will be referred to a
To Investigate Intrigues.
Paris. March 11. An investiga
tion of German-Austrian and Hun
garian intrigues against the new
state of Czecho-Slovakia. as soon as
documentary evider.C" is received
v.-;if! decided at the meeting of the
The council discussed the condi
tions tinder which the powers with
srJccial interests and the states in
process of formulation should par
ticipate in the discussions with the
great powers respecting their fron
The decisions cf the variou
boundary commissions .of the pe?,ce
conference are being framed in ac
cordance vith the instructions of
the supreme council for speedy ac
tion by the conference and it is ex
pected all the reports will he pre
sented bv the end of the week.
Attitude of Americans.
The commissions have been told
that when they could not agree they
should submit the reports of var
ious viewpoints, leaving it to tht
council to make a decision.
The American members, it is re
ported, have been cr Idly judicial and
without favoritism, thereby incur
ring criticisms from partisan claim
ents almost daily.
The American members of the
supreme council. it is understood,
permitted the military experts to
exercise their judgment regarding
the proper size and character of the
future German army. In order tr
have a basis of discussion, the Amer
icans, it is reported, suggested an
army of 400. OuO men. but only be
cause that was the number mention
ed in the first armistice proposal.
The decision of the council tr
limit Germany to a volunteer 12-
j year army is regarded by the Amer-
leans as likely to lead to eonideraJ
ion by the league of nations when
it takes up the subject of the limita
tion of armaments of the policy of
a general prohibition of conscript
armies in all natioirs. This is on
the theory that the great expense of
regular long term armies will be
such as automatically to keep down
SEEK NAME AND ADDRESS OF
SOLDIERS INJURED IN WAR
Washington. March 10. Some
1C.000 disabled men were discharg
ed from the army before the federal
board Tor vocational education was
permitted to establish contact with
them in order to deal with their
j ta?e. The board now desires to get
I in touch with these men so as to
: acquaint them with the ' benefits
which congress has provided for
j them. The board in a statement to
: day asked persons knowing of any
such disabled soldiers to send their
i names and addresses to its head-
quarters in Washington.
OTK H TO ( IIKDITOItS
The State of Nebraska. Cass Coun
ty, s s :
In. t lie County Court.
In the Matter of the Ktate of llasf
dalena Vullery. I leccnsp.l :
To the Creditors of so nl Kstate:
You are hereby notified. That I will
fit at the County Court room in IMatts
tnoiitli. in said rountv, on the Htli day
of April, lltl?. and the 14th day of
July, at 10 o'clock a. m. on oath
iay to receive and examine all claims
nesinst said Estate, with .a view to
their adjustment and allowance. The
time 'limited for the presentation of
claims ajrainst said Kstate is four
months from the 14th (lay of March.
A 1. 1S1. and tl;e time limited for
pavment of )etts is one vear from
faid Cth day of March, 1919.
. AVitness my hand and the seal of
so id 'on tit v Court this 6th d.tv of
A I.LEX J. BKESOX,
Seal) mi:t-."w. County Juiljre.
FROM NEAR NEHAWKA.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schwab, Gin
Lake, of Wabash, and John Done
Ian, of Weeping Water, were in the
city a few days ago, looking after
some matters of business, and while
here were pleasant callers at the
Journal office. Mr. and Mrs.
Sch warts moved from near Murray
to South Nehawka, a few years
ago, where they purchased one of
the finest farms in that locality,
and are doing fine, but only get to
I'lattsmouth about once a year.
CONCRETE BURIAL VAULTS.
James Miller, from Nehawka, was
in the city last Friday for a few
hours, looking after some business
matters and while here was a pleas
ant caller at the Journal office. Mr.
Miller has just recently engaged in
a new line of work, or rather, manu
facturing, that of the concrete bur
ial vault, that are now being made
in his plant at Nehawka. They are
made absolutely water proof 4and air
tight and will not decay. Mr. Mil
lerv expects to locate an agency in
this city in the very near future.
Henry Heebner was in the city for
a few hours Monday, returning to
Cedar Creek from Murray, where he
"was spending Sunday with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Val Gobelmaii from
near Union, were in the city for a
few hours. last Friday, and while
here were pleasant callers on the
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Meisinger, from
near Cedar Creek, were in the city
last Saturday, and while here called
at the Journal office and' renewed
their subscription for another year.
Mrs. N. C. McNamee and daugh
ter and Mrs. Dysart and daughter,
from Union, were in the city last
Thursday, and while here were
pleasant callers at the Journal of
fice. John Meisinger and son Louie.
and son-in-law Frank Salsburg.
were in the city Tuesday of this
week, spending a few hours with
county seat friends, and while here
were pleasant callers at the Journal
Lucille Benedict, of Omaha, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fitzpatrick of
Weeping Water, were in the, city
last Sunday to fpend the day at the
home of the ladies' parents. Mr. ana
Mrs. Win. Rice, who recently moved
rom near Murray to this city.'
THE WORLD IS BECOM
The reconstruction of the entire
vorld is in full swing, and we can
not escape various hardships of the
Treat epoch. The production of
-emedies- is burdened with the high
nrices of all ingredients and- with
heavy taxes on some of them. "Don't
Tive up the quality." Suclr has'al
.vays been the motto. of Triner"?
Laboratories. That is why the price
if Triner's American Klixir of Hitter
Wine, the most reliable remedy for
ill stomach disturbances. and of
Triner's Angelica Bitter Tonic, un
lurpaseed as a rebuilder of vitality
tnd energy, has been slightly raised
in order to protect the quality. All
ither Triner remedies. especially
Triner's Liniment for rheumatism,
leuralgia and sprair.s, Triner's Cough
sedative for colds and -coughs and
Triner's Antiputrin. highly efficient
is' a gargle, mouth wash and for
cleansing of wounds, will be sold at
ill drug stores or the same prices
is before. Insist upon Triner's reme
l,es: Joseph Triner Company. 1333
1343 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago. 111.
For dyspepsia, our national ail
ment, use Burdock Blood Bitters.
Recommended for strengthening di
gestion, purifying the blood. At all
drug stores. $1.25 a bottle.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
I.adl-al Aty Imrvltfor
hULM-Irr l liiannad ttimnil
l'IU in Unl ud boll mnallic
kiwI with Blue RU4xa.
T.L ma an b -p. liar of fonr
Ir. ricixf. AskfnrCIII irKS-TinS
llAii;M :uam ii li.s. rp ita .
yers kauwn a Iest. balcst. A1iys K
SOLD Et KL00'3TS EV'tsrarsF
DR. R. P. WESTOVEP
PHYSICIAN S; SURGEON,
Res. 313 PHONE Office 667
OR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Jrrtil tttra'.lui .""! of M omr
ACUTE OiSKASFS TREATED
tryes Testt-d and Glasses fc'itted
Night Calls Answered After Eoar
and Sundays by Appointment.
.30 m. a: , to 12:00 1:39 d. m. to S:3
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I . . i
Ed Thimgan was in Omahn Fri
day. Mrs. Otto Miller was in Omaha on
Harvey Schwab is quite sick with
Miss Clara Stroy was in Omaha
Miss Dollenze was taken sick with
the flu Sunday.
Victor Thimgan went to Platts
Mrs. Ada Tool has been suffering
from a bad cold. 0
Miss Kverett was in Omaha a few
days last week.
John Gakemeier was in Omaha on
Friday and Saturday.
Miss Catherine Tool was home
from Lincoln over Sunday.
The Misses Reeve, of Eagle, visit
ed their parents here over Sunday.
Miss Martha Gakemeier was a
Fridav guest V:U the Ci. Baur home.
Conrad Baumgartner and Matt
Thimgan were in Omaha Monday.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Zoz on Sunday morning.
Miss Kathryn Goehry, of Omaha.
;pent Sunday, with home folks here, j
Misses Trout and Dollenze were;
passengers to Lincoln on Friday ev-j
Mrs. Ed Hempke and children
went to Lincoln last Wednesday
Matt Thimgan and John Gake
meier went to Elm wood on business
Emil Miller and family were Sun
day dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Kelly, of Plattsmouth
came up Friday evening to visit
Wm. Weddell aird family left last
week for their new home iu Strass
Otto Reickman has recently pur
chased the Dodge Sedan car from
' Emil Kuehn came up from Bur
jhard. Nebraska, to spend Sunday
with his family.
Miss Marguerite Gustin returned
to Lincoln Sunday evening after a
ew days at home. (
Mrs. Harold Tool and sons spent
Thursday and Friday with relatives
in Weeping Water.
Ruth, the two-year-old daughter
Df Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nitzel. was
luite sick last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tool and
children were Sunday dinner guests
it the J. Gochry home.
Miss Campbell, of South Bend vis
aed over Sunday with her sister.
Mrs. Ed Rau and family.
Miss Helen Frahm returned to
Omaha last Thursday after a few
lays' visit with friends here.
Mrs. Jay Hitchcock and daugh
ter, Olga Mary, of Havelock, are
visiting relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gakemeier and
daughter, Dorothy, were Sunday
guests of the H. Gakemeier family.
Mrs. Lola Taylor, of Omaha, is
visiting with relatives for a short
visiting with relatives here fjr a
Lacey McDonald is back on t"he
job again as mail carrier, after be
ing, off duty all last week on account
Miss Louise Kraft, of Ithaca, Ne
braska, and Mrs. Henry Moeller and
son, George, of Omaha, are visiting
Misses Edna Miller, Hulda and
Martha Leutchens visited home folks
over Sunday, returning Monday to
their school duties in Omaha.
. Mrs. flay Wiles, of Weeping Wat
?r, formerly Miss Floy Canady. was
calling on her many friends here for
a short time Friday evening. I
Gordon Block had a force of 2C
men who were busy all week filling!
the ice house, the work being com
pleted on Saturday. The ice was six
Miss Selnia Branchle returned on
Friday from a two months' sojourn
in California. She will again take
up her duties with the Murdock
Mercantile company. j
The Murdock basket ball teams
went to Springfield Saturday to play
the teams there. Our girls won by
a score of 35 to 10 and the boys
were defeated to the tune of 15 to
11. Not so bad. - '
Mr. and Mrs. John Gakemeier and
daughter? Dorothy Alice, Misses Jen
nie and Helen Baur, Mr. and Mrs.'
Louie Bornemeier and daughter,
Dorothy, were at the Louis Schmidt
home Friday evening.
William Heier, Jr. and Miss Ethel
Tow;er, of Plattsmouth, -were mar
ried in Lincoln last Wednesday. Mr.
Heier is one of our prosperous young
farmers and has a home prepared
for his bride. They have the best
wishes of a host of friends.
At the county Sunday school con--
veniion neiu in union over ine urn
IVIIIKIIIIIIE iii-itnx t m
FURING the war of course all
building patriotically was re
stricted to essential construc
tion. Today it is patriotic to build as ex
tensively as you will.
There is no reason for delay at this time.
To consolidate the prosperity of Peace BUILD.
Till, i r .i M
-St. Patrick's Dance
Ladies of 0. of H. Lodge
Thursday, March 20th
The Imperial Jazz Orchestra
IWAS S&VIHGSi .
anud 4th inst.. Rev. A. H. Schwab,
of Murdock was again elected presi
dent. After three postponements
this convention was a happy success.
The next convention will be held in
Avoca in October of this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hess left on
Thursday for MankatO, Kansas, at
which place they will make their
home. Mr. Hess has recently re
turned from service overseas, and
will again take up his former posi
tion as operator at Mankato. Mrs.
Hess has made her home here with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Moom
ey. during her husband's absence.
The Sunday school and Young,
Peoples' rally' held in. the Callahan
church over the Cth and 7th proved
to be a positive success. The crowds
were large and the interest was
high. Many subjects, relative to
the work of the above named orga
nizations were discussed. Rev. F. C.
Berger, of Cleveland, Ohio, was the
principal speaker and handled every
phase of the work with expert know
ledge. FJfiicy stationery at this office.
The Plattsmouth Garage
J. E. MASOJSJ, Proprietor
AGENTS FOR REO CARS AND TRUCKS
We repair all makes of cars; do all kinds of 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 AH Parts of the
City and Country.
JUST GIVE US A TRIAL WE'LL DO THE REST
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PLUS THE WAR TAX
In tif 'oi;nty CV'Urt "f Cass co-in-ty.
Jn tl -o matter of the K.tatt- of An-drt-w
K a u f m;i tin. I -i-.-as-il :
T all I't-rsims i n i eves t m1 in s.ii.l
Kstute, Creditors ami Hiiy-;it-L:iv:
Vu are hereby r.otili.-d t),;,t Matie
K. Kaufman bas this day tile.l her
l etitiuti iti t! is Court, aliening that
Ainire'.v Kauriiian. late of aid ci m
tv. iliel intestate in Cass enunly. Ne
braska, on t ubout tlie ltltli day of
i April. IHIt;. lelnw a i-esjiletit and in-
habitant of 1 'la t tsiiiou t Ii. in sabl conr.
, ly and the owner of an undivided one
j half interest in and t Lots In. 11 and
l in lilook i . Jitike s Adilmon tt
I'ia ttsmoutli. C44..-S county. Nebraska.
anl leasinif as his sole anil only l eiis
at law, Klisa Kaufman. Ids wi.low, an.l
Mnrie K. Kaufniann. a lauuhter, both
of leal ae. lesidin at I'la 1 1 sniou t b.
Nebraska, who are interested in sai.l
property acconliiifJr to the decelent
laws of the state of Nebraska, and
prayintr for a determination of the
time of the death of said Andrew
Kaufmann. dei eased, the names of his
heirs at law and the detrree of kinchin
thereof and the rinlit 'f de.-eent of
the leal piopertv belontclnir to said le
tvdent in tie State of Nebraska, and
for uu onlrr barring tlainis against
said estate arid for such other orders
as may be necessary for a correct
disposition of said matter.
Said mat'er has been set for lo-ar-inuf
at the Cojinty Court room in I'latts
mouth. in sahl county, on the llth"
day of April. I91!. at nine n't lock In
the forenoon, at which time and pia
all persons interested may appear and
contest uid petition.
I luted this l.'th dav
liv the Court,
f March, 1 1 0
John v.. i.i:yi.
Atty. for Petitioner.
i'oiint;.- J 11 dire.
Vesta Batteries and
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