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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEEXY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919.
"iviniMi:iu.iii: ti- Tilt: imti:d statics (iVEniL.r
FAR;,! mm BOMDS
ISSUED UNDER THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT
Dated November 1, 1918
DUE November 1, 1938
Redeemable at par and accrued interest on any inter
est date after five years frcm date of issue. Coupon
bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
i:ation, $1,000. Interest payable semi-annually. May
1 ?t and November 1 st. Principal and interest pa'able
at the bank of issue in exchange Approved by the Fed
c ral Farm Loan Board of the United States government.
Exempt from AH Federal, State, Municipal
and Local Taxation!
1 his exemption includes the Federal Income Tax and
income frcm these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
Ohas. G. Parrnele,
Bank of Cass County
s s 8 a : r 2 s s s c: s : e:
: B .,B :;: B .. BOB 2 ..H :.
EMIL BARRY OF
ALVO IN HEROIC
CITED DI GZNEIiAL ORDERS
FOR BRAVERY AND DAR
ING AGAINST KUNS.
FORCED CROSSING DF MEUSE
Alvo Eoy Overseas. Doing Kis Bit
for Liberty, Helped to Accom
plish Difficult Task.
Citizens of Alvo and Cass county
in peneral may well be promt of our
fellow Cuss county citizen. Emile
Itarry, who is on duty with the Fifth
Division, which was commended for
its bravery and darir.sr in effecting a
crossing; of the River Meuse art! de
stroying machine gun nests ;uul en
emy positions some nine kilometers
in the enemy lines.
In "General Orders No. 7:1" issued
from Headquarters. Fifth Division,
Major General Ely, commanding:,
pays high tribute to the men cf his
command for their tenacity cf pur
pose, which he says has gained the
attention of ottcers higher up. A
copy of "Genera! Orders No. 711" was
given to each man serving in the
command, and 'we are gL,J to pro
duce the same in full below:
Hi:. I .j I ", I ;t K f
. if ii ;i n K
i.t i Ms.try
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Noel Foreman passed away at his
home Tue-uay afternoon after a
week's illness. He was the son of
leaves a wife and son.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jordan read
the go-jd news last week that their
-o:i, Sam, had arrived safely from
overseas service and is now at Camp
Merritt, N. J.
Ilarlen Volte shipped his car of
goods to Denton, Nebraska. Tuesday,
and they will live on a farm near
that place which he owns. We ex
tend best wishes for their future.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stroemer and
family moved Monday into the Maur
ice Cashner property, which was re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Shau er. they having resided there
since September , 1903.
Fred Weaver, of South l!end. and
Mr. and Mrs. George I'. Foreman and
son, Judd Weaver, of the l. S. Navy
and daughter, Mrs. Eula Lackey and
sons, of Minatare, Nebraska, autoed
up from South P.end Thursday to at
tend the funeral of J. H. Stroemer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaffer and
cotuin. Bonn Weaver, were guests
Sm-'iav at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Join: Campbell, at South Bend, where
a dinner was given in honor of Judd
Weaver, who was home ou a fur
lough from New York, where he is
in the V. S. Navy. lie left Monday
to n-port for duty, although he is
epeting to be relieved in the near
Designs are numerous in the large assortment of
new and unique patterns we are now showing.
We h ave so many beautiful color effects as to
render the selection of Wall Papers here a very pleas
ant bit cf shopping.
jj I X'i . 7:;
1. il is wit'. 'j jtiid j.. aiii- tintl'the
!':viM'!i I !)iMiirr a i ! - tin- ;it-
T'-T-tiOil !' isiol: t i. . X" II.
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.-i !i if- O mi nia:.. it-!- .-it;
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jgf ! airai'ist The n.-ni- in jx'itti-n. a t-rn?----
inir t ' I 1 1 tlive:- .M'-usi- ni-a'' I'liii u'.in
B nea r I ri-ti ! Is. tuindiriir lridr's sunt
ff w:mti:nsr th" riv-r in t h tat .f m.i-Blj.hit:.-
pill! aTui airiil.-iv ti:- ;inl in iui-
van. 1:11; u;i- nin- I; i 1 !Ti-1 iu i.h
BJ !!. -v-'.-j 1,-1 tit .t to tin- virintty "f
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Obituary of J. H. Stroemer
J. Herman Stroemer was born at
Neb-.tha City. Otoe county. Nebras
ka, en June 2 0". IS 6 0 and passed
avav :--t his home in Alvo. Nebraska,
oil March 11, 1 0 1 J . at the age of 5S
year . S months and 1 " days.
A' the age of If. he united with
Lutheran church. Alter com
plete g his education in the year of
i:-7!) he moved with his parents to
P.lt; " .Springs. Gage county. Nebras
ka, '.-here they took up claims. In
lsS!- he was united in marriage to
Mis? Gesine Rogg. To this union
were born two children.
Ir. lS!r, thev located on a farm
ir.ear Waterville. Kansas, residing
i! r n r-:-h "':: anl na !!.. I tt-ar cnriw
! to i;.. .-. i.i:t :,;'k.- t-,.- ! : ru- t --itheri nine rears and then locr.tin,:
i ' T,; --. -f ; i-ii:.ti arrtiv. ar-l i-v I " '
- : . r i.ci-. t Vi w n frp hp on
North Sixth Street
R '.ft ' Si C . 5.:2 B E
b e s a tt
2 - S . 3 ,; 3' : a " 5' . . ' S": 3. .. K :;'H.
THKEE YEAP. OLD DAUGHTER OP
VlR. AND SIRS. A. T. MOORE
LIES THIS MORKIKG.
that grim monster death, to w bom
we must all bow our heads in sub
misfion sk)'ut or la'er.
Ei.t evening her condition was
such that it seemel the end would
soon come, so violent had bec-n the
struggle throughout the day. And
o. alter midnight, it was m,i r-nr-prising
that the strength beg:n to
fail rapidiy and the labored l-ruth-
i'ie si;h"iilfd .ii't with tbo rm irf i t - w
; 1 1 -ri-'i t li a n.i t
came the apprer.ent.ion of the
:' ...u -:t inns mi t!. i !.;!!;!; i at t
' t;.,.;"':s'r..:,:!,;:,"'v , wv ' I in the lumber and grain busi
es! i :!. li'.m ttr- .iii.-i st af, 1st Army, ness ;:nl in 1910 became manager ot
' -. I-:. ti tl.- 't:imaii.Ii:isr !-'ii-rul, i . ,
i: t.i ..!!. a. I-:. 1".. u i .-ifi-i i; siatf-:the Ivo I elepl.one company.
v. . .'.n,i, ..miiiaii.i.-r l as ti..ti--. .i M.-. Stroemer was a member of the
i i j : . .i 'i ; - a r: i in1!"'' liuinii ,
t!.f -.-iiit,i wmk .f your -ii in Brotherhood
..s: ,r.iz t!.- Mfiii- Civt-r ;:m.I t!i-iiri:i4 1
!- :o;u!'- t.. t! ast f t if t..vn ..f ' anc
I : n -n t -M. us--. I!- ai-pr.-i-ia t .-s fully
t .iifiil-ilit-fS !!! ! Vt'll in t .'. iM jr..l-
; t !. :("-Tf-i'r;:i-s that th.- r-
aitaitii ! i.-tlf. t Kfi-iil !! 1 1 on
' .. i ''t;..-- ari il. iii.ns iiiinlf'l
1 ! r i it.
t)f American Yeomen
he Knights of Fythia- and was
alwi:;s greatly interested in any
enterprise which mcar.'.- priT-tress for
the ' tniiiiunity in which he lived.
K : -' parents, three sisters and a
like .lumber if brothers preceded
him ':i death.
T! ore are left to mourn his loss
Was Taken With Pneumonia and
Passed Avay After I-Iakin
A Valiant Fight
HAD BEEN SICK BUT A WEEK
Itarr-ly a wt-ek ao. little Una M-i".
the thre yi-.ir old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs A. T. Moore. was ta"kn
sick, but h-r condition did not seem
scriou-. and although she was given
the b'st of car" and ni'-dicai a'u '.?
lion !in thouuh was haifth.at death
could p. issit.ly be in store for her.
until S nni;iy morning when she grew
sudd'ily rtirsH and pneumonia de
veloped. All that medicine and expert nurs
ing could do t retain the tpark of
life wp.s dom- but to no avail. The
laborious struggles of the little one
to hold onto the strand of life and
the hard fiort required to get its
breath were tokens of the grin of
proaching 'nd. At one thirty the
brea.l.ing became" easier ard
pulse, which had ben hard and
throbbing, became softer and the
little one nestled in the loving arms
of the mother, as she held her dar
ling child seemingly to shield it
from the inevitable. For a half hour
this subdued breathing preceded the
call of the Angels who came to carry
the spirit to its maker, where sor
row and suffering are no more.
The hearts of the parents are
wrtini; bv the loss of their loved one.
and. in their sorrow they have the
sympathy of their many friends.
The funeral will be held at the
home at 2 o'clock tomorrow (Thurs
day afternoon, being conducted by
Rev. A. V. Hunter, pastor of th"
Methodist church. and interment
will be in Oak Hill cemetery west of
1. Tlir .".t!i I i i ..' i i . ti ai.,n fur.-. .1 11
i nissiiiL' aiii t-t a t.i t'- hr,,ij.,. I
ii.-a.!. It wa-- a 1 1. rv.;: , .l J , . i 1 1 . -. 1 aj
! .i.i . I., a i. i:iti. !:t i,f tlit- ::j'i.i
I i '. : i 1 1 ' i r"t .1" 1 V it ,s :i T i, 1 n i ' , : ; !
t ; .iivi--i..r: I, .-i.i a font -f twtr.n i'wo 'hihireit, Alfred and Marie; two
!;'.:. .-s iiKii'ast tti !! mv on :t
i a:i ! ' .1 ii liat:k.. .N,-t t nt,;-),
ti-'s. w. :,t iit -.f it.- s.-.-toi- ri ton. Xebraska and Mrs. Anna Hell
K t !) tlV. II ct .M.'M-
!:--.! an, I f.i'ii.-.! it ...r t.. t I :.'it!i I'i-im
' :.. t ti.- .out Ii. it w.-at out ot
its .v.-. (.-! aioi took ' i :. rnal.iieu:
the!""'' in th i, i !vii..n u ,ts liui.t Nel- '.ska and many friends wiio ex-
Lena Khlers, of Harns-
. of Wymore. Nebrr'.ska; a broth
V.d Stroemer, residing at Alvo.
For Personal Taxes will be issued
on and after March 24. 191S.
BE S B B
1 s.. a ..a. a ..a . n e:. q :,.e: :s a:: .b:b :.b : :h ; :: m ..;n ::-:n ...
These Suits Put fin Extra "V" Value, But
Leave It Off the Price
$25 to $50
The fashions show their Knick
erbocker up-bringing in every spruce and line. They are
the salt of Kuppenheimer's work shop, well set with the
big town jazz. The fabrics are upright, downright, out
right wool all sheepshorn no cotton boll-sheviki.
thrf cv rytiiii'g goes in love, war, hash and clothing
claim., but wo are in cool earnest when we say that these suits
are the KIGGK.ST HASH' VALFCS for the purchase price that we
know, r.nd we're always instituting comparisons.
"Io as I DO. ard you'll IK) as I SAY!"
.c:.:.sl'3 o a a .a s-ai .a.,a.s.c a..B'
a..;, a : a i:B..'.8.:.B. i:a.:..a.':B.
::. In tl,- thirty oars pt-.-i . i! ; cr ti
arTMi-t i e. t'.is ! i v i i ri u:t s-ii.fi;
cr.iz.i ltciI ii!,l.-r siifil. ml,' ami nia
i.-uii tin- t v. n t . ti ilavs. In t!:e ,;i!
two Wei ks. no .lav !assf.l tiiat
M'liif Inn ii, v. 1 or ! i.l l-as lu-t 1 1
W--'t,'il tlolll t,,.. , r.'-!!lV. ltl Slil'l f.--
tli- i'ol low; ii tr witc i-a ft : r.-.t : liois
it-s Kaj.ji. .-. . i !i f 1 1 ;-. l;..i in llal.if
niovt, i'i,i ry It- ;iatni. I'iary li I V t it.
I '.in-u I 'ioiii.-o:i. I iiiTi-Mir-M'-uf ,
l.iriv. ratiii- ol" hills fast ( tin- JI.-'im-!flllii!i-
ti,f ll l.!i;.-if aii. ' i I . ! i s,
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I ; ,;i i 'in is. Mi,i:s:iv, :ra nii-v o I.-. Koi.-t
ill- Wo.vrf. Jamil.. K-in. -i ; : i-. anil
! ! iiy. A !! -.i ; i' i ot t f tit -o;o-
k i I. iiio-t.'is it, to ti.f frtfinv s ia- was
iiii'li-. w tinir 1 1 out him !! !m;,Ii,-!
;i n i tiiii'ty si.uaif k i loin.t is of ni
t"!. atol on a a i. oi. ii, tin, ii t of tL. ar
ir,isti,f. t,.f division I. a. I a trout of
ti irtf.-ti kiioitif f is. I.ririir tivt- kilo-iiilf-s
in iolvaiiic of troops oti its li ft
aini two k : loan-1 1-1 s !"n.l Irooji.- in
I.- TI. : it v -.s.. v.;i -aniio;i. fmir ln:ti-lir.-il
ami sii-..!if tuai-hiiif otitis, atnl
ovi-r mil.- I'untl i -! lirisiiiiii s Wfi- aii-t'lTi-i!.
!!i,ivcvir, what thf I i v is i on
'omnia:,. lf- wi.-ius most to toni; :a t u -la
t- ti..- .1: vision iipoTi is its enilrinir.
ii m'-' i ti ; n- t. nai-it y of jiurpos,. m
it- oi,st,,i:t olivine: at tin- .-m-mr in
st.itc of fatiiri'f ami slioriaut- of ra
tion i. Ix-in Wft from s immitm th
ri-ir :in! .-anal, or Aviolinir thf swamp
of Forest ilf Wo. vif. Tills- is a Lr:l
lia'i txaiiitil.- of what tl.f Aiik i iian
so!,!ir an ilo in an in. rt- m-y when
In- must i;o on to the utmost tetit
of his iiih cr. TI,.- 1'ivisioii ommar.il--r
is promt of tl.f work of tin division:
.'o liisioa coiili) luif ae. -,m id i-i ,i d
iiii.ii-. atnl ev. rv im inh.-r of the oom-i-ian
l .slo.iii. I lie pro.nl to li.dong to a
divr-io'i wi.i. l: has so l.iiiiiaatlv etided
its record i;j thi- ;;ifatesl war the
world has known.
li. I'.. KLV. !ajor (Jeneral
i 'oinma mi itig.
tend their sincerest sympathy to the
T! e funeral was held on Thur?
da afternoon. March in. at
2: "u o'c lock a,t tiie home, being con
ducted hy Itev. K. Connell. pastor
of the M. K. church. The pallbearers
wer members of the Knights of
Pytras lodge, which held service's at
th" rrave. paying their last sad
tril,-t;es to their departed member.
IiM-rnient was male in the Alvo
Card of Thanks
V e wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their kind-ne-s
and sympathy, also for the
n.any flowers sent during the be
reavement of our Ik loved husband,
fatlr-r and brother. Mrs. J. H.
Stroemer: Miss .Marie Stroemer
fred Stroemer; Ed Stroemer.
Yews frqV alvo
IS MOVING TO CSOFTON.
I'rniii Wednesday"' laily.
Edward Kohrell and wife with
their little son, were visiting in the
city for over night, coming from
their former home near Nebraska
City, and departed on the early train
fcr Crofton, where they will make
their home, accepting a position for
the summer on the farm of James
leiarrirnan, who is a brother-in-law,
f-r whom he will work this year.
Mr. Kohrell if he can secure a farm
for the coming year will then en
gage in farming.
Guard the Children's Health.
.Mi.s.s M:;rie Prouty. of Linc'dn.
spent the week-end with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prouty.
Alva Skinner spent the latti-r part
of the week in Lincoln.
Jake Kalim went to Omaha on
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Probst ar" mov
ing into their new In, me in east Alvo.
which they recently purchased of
Mr. and Mrs. Prel Clark are
moving hi Lincoln thi week after a
few years' residence in Alvo. where A. E. Todd will sell all his per-
Mr. Clark has successfully operated sonal property at Public Auction at
Mrs. Efaw. Box 26, Bennett, Wis.,
writes: "We have always used
Foley's Honey and Tar for colds and
find it great. The children all run
fcr it. when they see the bottle and
ask fcr more." Contains no opiates,
safe, and harmless, but gives prompt
relief to cough?, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
a meat market and grocery. Their
many friends wish them f-uccess in
their new location.
his farm home on Monday, March
2 4th. He will quit farming and ev
erything must be sold.
I1! m $ li fr:i "?tV'.H I V J!
if ii u p
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'ii:l!i the national joy sm oka
,fl ftii'n.; i H iii.l ilk.l 1
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t. - v", ; t" 'v ! ; -; " J.i. , 1 1 .
NEVER was such right-handed-two- '::
fisted smokejoy as you puff out cf a
jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert !
That's because P. A., has the quality I
iou can i iooi your taste a.upa.iiiiui ciiiy liiuit: uih.ii yuu rz." 'V-lHiT
ran crpt firf irpi nut rrf a familv rier.lv! So. when von hit xTwsf:"-" iif
Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour ''trzzyX&tfA
l! . ill H:i'i Mini-'
r i , 'i 'M il
"J it iii itj i in i i
" 1, ,! jjji !!!!f?I(
-.-:.-.-; :-:-:- .-.- : it n MiiM' n ti If ,it
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earlier just to start stoking your pipe, you know you've got
the big prize on the end of your line!
Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own,
but when j'ou figure that P. A. is made b' cur exclusive
patented process that cuts out bite and parch vsc-12 you
feel like getting a flock cf dictionaries to find enough wcrds
to express your hqppy days sentiments !
Toppy red bai, tidy red tins, handsome pound and hri'r-prtzir.d tin
humidors- and that classy, practical pound cry:tr I gicss humidcvjith
sponge moUtencr top that keeps the tobacco Li sach perfect condif.cn.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Coir.pany, Winston-Salem, N. C
WRITES HOME FROM
ATTENTION, AVOID IT!
Pay your personal tax at once aiid
oUHriT rnAiiiit have exp 11 e fo your elf
ALBERT EEAHNES VHITES HIS
MOTHER FROM FRANCE, TELL
ING OF ARMY LIFE WITH HTM
Euville, France, Feb. IS.
1 will write asaiu. I am well and
hop; this linds you the same. We
arr bavins lots of rain here now.
I g.i' three letters? from home since
I have been over here. When was
the last time you heard from Grand
mother. When you write to her,
tcl'. tlieni all hello for me. - We had
a ! .ii? parade the otlter day and we
were in the rain all day wiih our
pack without, taking them off. I
surpose there are lots of snow over
there now. Have Bud and Maud
sot t heir car yet? Tell father not to
work too hard and that 1 hope-1 will
he home soon. Have you heard
from Uncle Floyd? Did Bud Kernes
get over here, the last time I saw
him was in Cody. I don't know
whether he got over or not. I got
a Utter from Martha the other day.
Tluy were all well. Tell the child
ren all hello for me. Tell them all
to write to me. Well I guess I will
close for this time, so good-bye.
PVT. ALBERT CAKXES.
Address Co. F, 139 Inf., Am. E. F.
For any pain, burn, j-cald or
bruise. aiily Ir. Thomas' Eclectic
Oil -the l.ou-.hold remedy. Two
sizes ortc and f. tic at al! drug Mores.
MRS. ELIZA KAUFMANN
As reported elsewhere in this is
sue. Mrs. Eliza Kaufmann is reported
as having been sick at her home in
this city for some days past with
the asthma, and which since the
writing and placing in type, has de
veloped as pneumonia. Mrs. Kauf
mann is very sick, and is receiving
the best of medical care and tender
nursing. It is hoped she may soon
be much improved.
kURING 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.
Spring Cleaning Time Is Here.
If a house needs spring cleaning,
how about the human body after a
winter of indoor life and heavy
food? Don't suffer from indigestion,
biliousness, bad breath, bloating,
gas or constipation, when relief can
be so easily had. Foley Cathartic
Tablets clean stomach and bowels
and tone up the liver. Sold everywhere.
DO YOU OWE PERSONAL TAX.
We will begin issuing distress
warrants for Personal Tax March
24. 1919. MIKE TRITSCH.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
I1IU hi Krd
lr u-rl-L AkforCirirri!-..'l TB
2e iuiivi iiBAMt rn.LN.tru
. 0 33 yc-ri known 5 Bt. Safest, Always kclii! ,?
. cf ii n rv rid ir.r.i":T: pvpdvii urDt
lllltnmil lirandy V
n.i -nLi n.rtiliicVV
with Blue Kirbun. I
CiTo the many who have inquired,
we want to say that our Spring Mil
linery is here.
CJIn our stock you will find the
latest, snappiest season's styles. All
the new creations artistically dis
played. Come in and see them.
fJWe advise early buying in order
to avoid a broken assortment a little
later in the season.
CjjOur prices are. most fascinating.
Give them a fair comparison with
those asked by others and you'll buy
here. We can save you money!
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