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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
riTOlTDAY. KAJ.CH 24. 1819.
EZkTTSlIOITTR ZTJI-7TEXKLY JOURNAL
Tn. miii .1-,
FURING the war of course all
building patriotically vas re
stricted to essential construc
tion. Today it is patrioiic to build as ex
tensively as you will.
There is no reason for delay at this time.
To consolidate the prosperity of Peace BUILD.
WILL OPEN THE MUR
RAY STORE SHORTLY!
Jacob J. Meier Has Baudir.- Nearly
in Keadir.ecs to House Stock
of Drugs and Sundries
a 1 ! v
M?ifr. forra-rly of 1 1. i
city, av.d later f f Ve-piti!; V.'atcr. j
who intall;tm a dru? stor- a' i
?.Inrray, iva? in tli city t'is iiiorn- ;
inir. ((r.in: up or. Th. early morn-
inc train for th- p-:r;it.- of ciaKir.?
a deal lor tne parciia.- 01 a FOU 1 '
lountain. v.nicn ne eMej,s 10 i..v,u.
in his place at Mnrr:y. The fti.rt,
wliich is to le located in the btiiid
ini; jut west cf the Mtirray Srate
Hack, will be ready for orcupancy
in a short tin.. Mr. V. II. Liasiaill.
of Lincoln, a drujreij-t of ir.ar.y years j
experience and a most capj.bk" niar. -
who thoroughly knows the b:iini ss
is to have charge of the new store.
HAVE COIrirLETEr H7STAL-
LATION OP WATER PU3IP5
Ice Company Has Equipment Install
ed and Will Have'Plerty cf
Water for Freezing-.
The new wells which have been
recently sunk by the Plattsmoutli
ice plant, controlled by the Platts
nioruh Gas and Fllectric company,
are now fitted with pump; for the
lifting of the water to the plant and
the company is thus assured of a
sufficiency cf water for fre-zing pur
poses when the warm weather shall
come on. The pumps were installed
by Mr. M. E. Downing, of Rockwell
City. Iowa, who represents a Coun
cil Bluffs firm, and ho went from
here to Villisca. Iowa, to install a
station for the
HIGH GRADE FINE CATTLE
I have a few coming yearling
Fhort Horn bulls which are regis
tered, and are for sale. Call C. T.
Peacock. Phone 2a0.", Plattsmouth.
Xebr. m20-27d 2tw
'We Kovv Have Ir. Stock
Some Good Spring
, WANTED. ERAI7CH MANAGER.
kind in tin- world, re-
lY.'rd i-.jT the VI Ctlfl )!!
of i:iamuiOih jtatrictir wurk. i opeii-
;.uir ,t.rvic.,; () f.(1 ln.,inesf;
niun as .:ana r. Applicant
a.-Piui!" dutit 3 w ill. in two wt-eks,
!i!U to direct sal-s force, the
Tiiot t.f v.-j;,;;i will lit attracted to
the v rl: on t.ccor.iit of its patriotic
nrture. The work will aLo give.
iers. Sl.i't.i' ca.-i. bond required. J
fully i-'ureJ. Kiit! rely n"v proposi-j
tier.; natioi.a! advertiinc ean:paian I
s-trtir.. which will Include
(1;.al,,; JjaJ;e a(is ju lfral Jiappr
i;igg?t jj r 1 I : c-i 1 campaign ev-r j
stas-:d in I'lart-momh.
Tremendous 1:1 port unity, l'vplie? J
solicited from part vhu Hud their
business unprofitable or not in har
mor.y with war conditions. Cni
mis?irn oais with errnir.gs upward '
(f $ . 0 ! per year. Permanent pos.i- i
t r n . '
Pales Manager w ill assi?T in org- j
arising s.'les force rnd tup rvi
opening of B-a::cli lioue. Make j
your answer complete to ?ecure int
erview. You v.i'.l be required to
c::me to Chicago for two days' in
struct :: and training, and unless
you can do ro at orce it will be use
less to apply. Unless you have the
money fr cash bend, and your repu
tation will stand the third degree,
save your stamps. This is a real
oDportm ity that will present itself
but nr.rp in a lifetime. Write or
wirp. President. :f'S National Life
Building, Chicago. 111.
SEASON GIVEN AS TO WHY
HEPOET ?"0T FORTHCOMING
Th.ose who have bOH wondering j
v liy the report of the campaign for
the Blue Triar.gl Y. W. C. A.
has not been published will be in
terested in a statement by the chair
man that the reports have not all
b -en received as yet, lut are expect
ed soon, and when they are all in
the consolidated report will be pub
lished. Loose anything?
Trv a Journal
Mrs. George Domingo went to
Omaha Wednesday 10 spend the day
with her sister Mrs. Andrew John
iiii at the hospital.
H. K. Stone was a Sunday isitor
in town. Mr. Stone has received his
discharge from the navy and is back
in civilian clothes again.
Frank Hunt and family moved
last week to a farm three and one
half miles w est "of Elm wood. Mrs.
Hunt and the baby went up Friday
evening on the train.
Mr. Livingston who has been
spending the winter with his sons,
Harrison and Cyrus Livingston, left
for his home at Coin, Iowa, this
Mrs. W. V". Kirkpatrick and
daughter. Mrs. Roy Haslam, went to
Lincoln Thursday morning to meet
her two nieces, the Misses Margaret
and Olive Dunn of Colorado Springs,
who were coming for a visit.
Ed Cherry came down from Oma
ha Wednesday nicht and be and his
brother. Frank Cherry, left early
Thursday morning by auto to visit
their brother. Will. They will pet
back the first of the week if the Jit
ney holds out.
Ern Young and Ben ITostetter left
Wednesday morning for Grant. Xeb..
where they are farming quite ex
tensively, and will put out 200 acres
if spring wheat. They were accom
panied to Lincoln by Mrs. ITostetter
and her mother. Mrs. Frank Cappen
Mrs. Kate Mullen of Lincoln spent
Wednesday in town with her
nephews Charley and Clyde Jenkins
She came down with Miss Clarp
Jenkins of Havelock who attended
the wedding of Miss Helen Coon to
Fred Lorenen at Manley.
Mrs. J. I". DeWolf went to Guide
Rock last week to take care r.f he
drt'irhter. Alice, who had an attack
of the appendicitis.
Wm. Ingwerson who bad been
visiting his mother and other rela
tive's left Monday morning for hi
home at Springview.
Fred Lorensen and Miss Helen
Coon were married Wednesday at
tli" home of the bride's father Mr.
George Coon of Manley. The happy
couple took the evening train here
to Lincoln from where they go to
Minnesota on their wedding tour. A
r. umber cf friends met them at the
depot here and showered them with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cooper who
have been staying at the home of
Mrs. Cooper's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Goorge Dennis for several weeks
.while Mrs. Cooper's mother was
on the sick list, are back to their
home in the little brick on Main
street this week.
Andrew Olson closed the deal
Tuesday whereby he was buying
through John W. Colbert the 29?
acres of land four miles west of
town belonging to H. L. Powell, for
merly known as the August Glau
bitz farm. This is a mighty good
tract of land and is splendidly locat
ed. Word of the death from pneu
monia following influenza of Xoe'l
Foreman. 24 year old married son
of George Foreman of Alvo was re
ceived here Tuesday by an nucle of
the deceased. M. A. Prouty who is
making Weeping Wafer his head
quarters while covering this terri
tory as salesman for the Ford spec
Several of the Al Weichel family
were on the sick list with Influenza
Mrs. Lodge Caygill has been sick
with the Influenza this week. A
nurse was employed to help care for
Dr. W. A. Alton and his mother
arrived from El Paso. Texas, Mon
day morning where the Doctor holds
a position in the Y. M. C. A. Dr.
will return in a few days.
L. II. Kunz has purchased a fine
stallion. Franklin, from James' P.
Mahoney. This is an exceptionally
fine horse and is only four years, old
weighting 1700 pounds.
C. S. Stone of Steamboat Springs.
Colo., was in town on Wednesday
visited for a short time. He went
to Xehawka to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. J3tone before return
ing to Steamboat Springs.
Mrs. Ilattie Capwell returned the
first of the week from Chicago, and
other places in Illinois. She visited
the place where she had taught
school a good many years ago. She
is visiting her fon, Howard and
Mrs. Henry Miller who has been
at Lincoln for some time is much
better and able to return home on
Friday. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Wm. Hoover of Omaha and
Mrs. Davis oT Indianola, la., her
daughters who had been helping
care for her.
That Influenza is not a pleasant
thing to have has been the exper
ience of many in this vicinity dur
ing the past week or so. It was re
port ed in last week's issue that sev
eral had had light cases. But the
information comes that they are of
the opinion that if the writer had
had it he would be convinced that
it was anything but light. So, we
are of the opinion that influonra is
indeed serious in any stage.
Charles A. Kestler and wife of
Farnam. Xebr., are visiting a few
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
L. Berger. Mrs. Kestler is a niece
of Mr. and Mrs. Berger. They were
married about three weeks ago.
Kestler and wife were down to Oma
ha taking in the auto show. Mrs.
Kestler is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Berger and a
niece, of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Berger
of this place.
John Rice, an old time resident of
Elm wood arrived from his home in
Virginia on Wednesday 'for a short
John Olsen was able to bo up
town a short time on Wednesday.
His friends were glad to see him
Xoel Foreman died at his home
near Alvo on Tuesday. Cause of
death was due to influenza. He
leaves a family.
Miss Mary Stege was married on
March 11, 1919. at Grant, Xebr.. to
Otto Abert. It is understood they
expect to remain at Grant, where
the groom will buy a farm and en
gage in farming.
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- Influenza seems to be prevalent
igain throughout the country. How
long. O Lord, how long?
Miss Edith Mayfield. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mayfield is quite
seriously ill with pneumonia, fol
'owing an attack .of influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. James Alloway and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross drove to
South Bend last Sunday to attend
he funeral of Mrs. Alloway's aunt,
Mrk W. D. Hill.
Wcare sorry to report the ser
ious illness of Edward Gobelman at
he home of John Gauer near Cedar
"reek. His mother. Mrs. George
Lutz. of Broken Bow, has been sent
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jackman
uul son. of Ashland, came down last
Friday to celebrate the f.f; li auni--ersary
of their son, Walter, at the
home of his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Jackman.
S. W. Bail received a telegram
"rom his brother, James Ball, at
North Platte, Monday, stating that
the latter's wife had died. The Ball
family lived in Louisville about
fifteen 'years ago.
Marion Metzger, of near Merrl
man, Nebraska, and his brother, Wil
liam, from near Gordon, both in
Cherry county, came down to Oma
ha last week to attend the auto
show. They also visited with their
mother, Mrs. Mary Metzger. of near
Miss Margaret Schneider, a mem
ber of the teaching force in the
public schols. is recovering rapidly
from an operation for appendicitis
at the Methodist hospital in Omaha.
She expects to be able to go to her
home in Hastings this week to stay
until she has fully recovered, when
she will return to her work here.
Ed Grace, who farmed the T. T.
Ball farm in Sarpy county last
year, has decided to give up farming
and has moved back to South Oma
ha, where he has a good position
with the Armour Packing company.
Mr. Grace called at the Courier of
fice Tuesday and had his subscrip
tion account advanced and gave us
his new address. He moved his house
hold goods Wednesday.
Dr. C. A. Anderson, of Omaha, has
leased the rooms in the Kraft build
ing on Main street formerly occupied
by the public library and will open a
dental parlor next week. Dr. Ander
son comes well recommended and
proposes to locate here permanently.
This will be welcome news to the
people of this vicinity, who have been
compelled to go" away from home to
have their dental work done.
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J. A. Swanson. of Osceola, was
here a couple of days last week vis
iting his brother, II. L. Swanson
Miss Eula Frans went to Xebras
ka City Thursday afternoon to spend
several days visiting at the home of
L. J. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merritt moved
to town the first of the week and be-
gan housekeeping in the C. W. Clark
residence in the south part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cheney, of
this place, and Mr. and Mrs'. Ray
Pollard and Mrs. E. M. Pollard, of
Xehawka, attended the auto show in
Omaha last Wednesday.
Mrs. M. Lynde and son, Derwood
went to Falls City Sunday to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Kelly, mother of
Arthur Kelly, general trainmaster
of the Missouri Pacific. They re
turned home late the same day.
A number of discharged soldiers
received their $C0 from the govern
ment this week, while others are
patiently awaiting their own good
fortune. It's wonderful what all
those $C0 are going to do.
Mr. Elmer McCowan returned on
Sunday night from his trip to Xorth
Dakota, and was &o well impressed
by the country that he is talking
some of moving there. We hope that
is just "talk," us we would regret
very much his departure from our
E. Austin accompanied William
Pickering to Omaha last Friday and
assisted him in moving his house
hold goods from Union to Carroll,
Xebraska, where he will make his
home in the future. Mr. and Mrs.
Pickering have been living at Laurel
several months, but had their house
hold effects stored here.
Another local business changed
hands last week when A. W. Propst
sold his garage to Robert Willis.
Mr. Propst has been here irr the
auto business several years and has
made a splendid success of it and it
is with regret that we see him go
out of business here. At the present
time he is undecided where he will
go. but in all probability he and his
family will move from here when the
new owner takes possession.
Mrs. John Wunderlich, who had
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Rosencrans of Plattsmouth a few
days last week returned home Mon
day. Mrs. W. C. Brayman left Thurs
day morning for Bellville, Kansas,
where she went to visit relatives.
Paul Schlichtemier, a student at
Wesleyan University, came home on
Saturday morning for a week's vaca
tion with his parents who live north
Alvin McReynolds went to Platts
mouth Tuesday and returned the
next day after looking after business
Miss Iva Mougey, of Union, spent
the week end at the home of J. W.
Magney, returning home Sunday
Alvin and Elmer McReynolds re-'
turned home on Sunday night from
the western part of the state, where
they had gone a few days before on
a business trip.
Miss Mamie Heikkile, a recent
graduate of the Lincoln Business col
lege, arrived here on Wednesday
morning and has accepted a position
at the Sheldon factory as bookkeep
er and stenographer.
Clifton Trotter, who had been in
the army for several inonths receiv
ed his discharge" and returned to Xe
hawka last Thursday. He had been
stationed on the western coast the
greater part of the time.
Charles Cunningham, who had
been in Xehawka several days trans
acting business and visiting friends,
left Wednesday night for Pawnee,
Oklahoma. He has been there for
several months and now has charge
of a large grading gang.
D. C. West went to Lincoln Satur
day afternoon to spend Sunday .with
his wife, who is in the hospital re
covering from a surgical operation,
performed a week or two since. Miss
Gladys went up on Sunday afternoon
and returned home with her father.
GUbert Kime, who had his arm
broken a few days since while crank
ing a car, had the misfortune-- to
break the same member again Fri
day night by falling on the slippery
sidewalk. He was just beginning to
use the arm when the second acci
GHRI3T & GHEIST,
Make a specialty of good por
traits. Do enlarging, copy and colored
Kodak finishing, etc.
We guarantee all work.
Sunday sittings by appointment.
We are always here.
Telephone 645. Coates Block
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE.
Clay county Minnesota Red River
Early Ohios, $1.75 per bushel.
Northern grown Early Ohlos SI. 50
A. G. BACH. 22-7t
lXSTIIIrMKXT- l.ITIKS OF TDK I'XITFn ST4TF. COVEnXMET"
5 FARM LOAN BONDS
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 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 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,
Little Eva Adams has been quite
sick the past week, but is some bet
ter at the present time.
The pump at the water workb
went mi the "blink" this morning
and was taken fo Lincoln for re
pair0. Little Misses Lucile and Ruth
Frantz are reported as being the
latest victims of the flu.
Mrs. Myrtle Xoble, formerly Miss
Barr, left Monday evening for her
future home in Montana. Little Vic
tor Knapton who has made his home
with her a part of the time in the
past, accompanied her to remain in
definittjly. Miss Lucy Kent had the misfor
tune to meet with quite a painful
accident at the basket , ball game on
Wednesday evening. In the play she
fell and -some of -the. other players
fell over her." The result was a dis--location
of the shoulder blade. ,
Mrs. J. A. Gardner received a tele
gram from her daughter, Mrs. E. E.
Champion, at Battle View, Xorth Da
kota, Sunday, summoning her to a
sick bedside. She left Monday af
ternoon for that place, the editor ac
companying her as far as Lincoln.
Mrs. John Ellenberg and Mrs. Max
Spahnle and son Alvin went to Lin
coln Saturday to see Miss Freda
Handrock. who is in the St. Elizabeth
hospital. All of her friends will be
pleased to learn that she is getting
along nicely and is expected home the
last of this week.
Work began on the new school
house Tuesday morning, and all will
hope that the clouds have rolled
away sufficiently to permit of con
tinuous work until the Eagle, con
solidated school district has com
pleted one of the finest school build
ings in Xebraska. Harmony and
team wofk are the best medicine for
Fred Meunchau, Ed Carr and Rob
ert Wenzel were Plattsmouth visitors
last Friday and among other mat
ters looked into the vexing school
house matter. We have not talked
with any of these gentlemen since
their return but the report, about
town i3 that they received the as
surances that their original location
was valid, whichf was what they con
tended for. ,
Fancy stationery at this office.
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
of your Liberty Bonds.
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 Bank
SEED SPRING WHEAT FOR SALE.
I have about 200 bushels ,t the
celebrated Marquis beardless fpring
wheat, and about 50 bushels of the
bearded spring wheat similar to the
blue stem variety, for sale on my
farm near Mynard. Excellent quality
and clean of foreign seeds. Call
Sherman Cole, phone 4014. daw
Stationery at the Journal office.
Si -. :
Jake is a black jack with white
points. Was foaled May 2S. 1D12.
Is lai hands high. Sired by Big
Jake, and his dam was Lady Elgin.
He is an excellent jack, and ha., a
good reputation as a foal getter.
TEDDY R. 9768C.
Teddy R. is a fine Perc-lieron
Stallion, black with white hind iiet
and right front foot also white. He
was foaled March 30, 19i: and
weighs 1800 pounds. IIi sire wrs
Morton. C7203; by Epateur. 5iS36.
(64349); by Bolivar, 40111
(46462); by Amilcar. (1979); by
Sultan. (4713); by Bayard. '.9495 ;
by Eetraba, 187 (736); by son of
Jean le 31anc, (739).
Teddy R and Jake will rrske the
season of 1'319 at my home, nix rM!cs
west of Murray and 6ix mPes east
of Manley. every day in the ek.
Terms for Tddy R., 12.50 to Insure
colt to stand up and suck. Terms
for Jake, f 15.00 to insure colt to
stand up and suck. When parties
dispose of mares or remove from tbe
locality service fee becomes :iuc ar.d
must be paid immediately. AM care
will be taken to prevent ace'dents.
but owner will not be held re
sponsible should any occur.
A. J. SCHAFEIt.
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