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THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1919.
PLATTSMOUTH SEOT-WEEEXY JOTJEHAI
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I To Holders of Liberty f
: Loan Bonds! f
pi We shall be glad to cash your interest coupons free of fj
charge any time it is convenient to you. "
- Ask us about our plan for the free safekeeping ji
of your Liberty Bonds.
Income Tax Blanks will soon be here. We will give
any information and fill out statements g
free of charge. y
: The Bank of Cass County,
y Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Capital and Surplus, $80,000
ft Your Personal Bank g
from Monday's Dally.
Mrs. Lottie Kosencrans. who pack
ed the comfort kits which were sent
by the Red Cross ladies to the sol
dier boys some good time since, is
in receipt of an acknowledgement
of the goods shipped, from one, S. T.
Short, who wrote from Vladisvostok.
Siberia, where he was stationed. The
kits were nicely made and filled with
useful articles, costing in the neigh
hood of ?3.50 each, and there were
thirty-five of them sent out at the
time Mr. Short's went forward. In
cluded among other things were
stamped post cards for use by the
boys in writing home. Mr. Short is
a long ways from Plattsmouth. yet
his letter of appreciation finally ar
rived and is treasured by Mrs. Ros
encrans for the thanks it conveys.
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money.
Don't Miss This. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co..
2S.15 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. Ill
writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return
a trial pacakge containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup. Foley
Kidney Pills and Foley' Cathartic
Tablets. Sold everywhere.
V7all Paper. Paints. Glafs, Picture
Framing. Frank Gobe'man.
Saturday Night, May 10th
Shop Fetation Committee
The Best of Music
Gents 50c Spectators 25c. JLadies Free. Plus war' tax.
The Plattsmouth Garage
J. E. MASON. 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 All Parts of the
City and Country.
JUST GIVE US A TRIAI -WE'LL DO. THE REST
WILL VISIT IN WEST.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Yesterday morning John S. Hall
departed for the west on a business
trip, going in his car and will be
gone about four weeks, and will
visit many of the towns In the west
ern portion of the state. He hav
ing business at Cambridge. Imper
ial. McCook and will go to Holyoke.
Colorado, where he will visit 'with
his brother George Hall as well as
looking .after some business which
he has at that point.
She Finds Herself Much Better.
Lame back, rheumatic pains, stiff
ness and soreness in muscles and
joints can be quickly relieved. Mrs.
L. Wavue. 2726 3rd St., Ocean Park,
Cal., writes: "I used to have pains
in my right hip. I could hardly
turn in bed. Now I find I am much
better by using Foley Kidney Pills.
Likewise, pains in my back left."
Burroughs Banking. Bookkeeping
and Adding Machines, costing more
than $2,500.00, are used for instruc
tion in the Banking Department of
the Grand Island Business College.
No other school in Nebraska, or
surrounding states, is so well equip
ped to teach by ACTUAL PRACJ
Vesta Batteries and
: MURDOCK ITEMS :
Jerry E. McHugh was in Oniaha
Jtfiss Jessie Melvin was an Omaha
visitor last Friday.
The Herman Scheel family moved
to Ashland Monuay.
E. W. Thimgan was a passenger
to Omaha on No. 38 Monday.
Matt Thimgan and Conrad Baum
gartner were in Oniaha Saturday.
Alvin Neitzel and family spent
Sunday with L. Neitzel and wife.
Mrs. Matt . Thimgan visited in
South Bend between trains Monday.
Ralph Reeve left on Saturday for
Colorado where he will live on his
Little Miss Mary Kathryn Mc
Hugh was home from Lincoln over
Edward Kelly went to Iowa Mon
day to visit relatives for a week or
Harold Tool went to Lincoln Wed
nesday evening, returning Thursday
on No. 38.
Mrs. E. T. Tool went to Burchard.
Nebraska, Saturday to visit relatives
for a short time.
Miss Kathryn Goehry returned to
Omaha last Wednesday after two
weeks spent here.
Dr. Russell Hornbeck and broth
ers. Idd and Louis, returned Sunday
noon from Lincoln.
The post office "has been moved and
is now located first door north of
Wm. Gehrt's garage.
Misses Maude Traut and Jennie
Pollins returned from Lincoln Sun
day noon, where they were visiting
home folks over Saturday.
Misses Martha and Hulda Leut
chens returned on Friday evening
from Omaha, where they have com
pleted their sewing courses.
Miss Nora-Eveland returned last
Tuesday evening from Wilton Junc
tion. Iowa, where she had been vis
iting relatives for the past six
Harvey Schwab, who has been a
smallpox patient, is now able to be
about again, thought tne Schwab
home is not yet released from quar
antine. The Y. P. A., of the Callahan
church gave a very interesting Mis
sionary program at their church on
Sunday evening. A nice crowd was
Mrs. O. E. McDonald entertained
the Royal Neighbor ladies at a Ken
sington at her home on last Thurs
day. A very enjoyable afternoon
was spent, a tasty luncheon being
Miss Gladys Sorick went to Lin
coln Friday evening, returning Sun
day noon. She was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Raymond Fulton, of
Red Oak, Iowa, who will visit here
for a time.
The little two-month-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Brunkow
has been real sick with pneumonia.
Their little son. Veryl, who has been
sick with pneumonia also, is now on
the road to recovery.
Miss Otto Miller and daughter.
Miss Ruth, were shopping in Omaha
on Friday. They were accompanied
home by Miss Edna Miller, who has
finished her course in sewing and
who will remain at home now.
Charles Kleiser, a well-to-do farm
er, died at his home Monday after
a several months' illness of Brights
disease and diabetes. He leaves a
sister. Miss Carrie Kleiser and three
brothers, Jesse, Henry and Will, and
a host of friends. The family have
the sympathy of the community.
THIS IS WRONG
Some people think that to live a
neauny me requires wealth. They i
think that rich pec pie can do var-j
ious expensive things for their health
and in case of illness can buy super- j
lor remedies. This is wrong. Many
things good for health cost you '
nothing, and in case of illness you j
can get remedies which are cheap,'
and yet first class preparations.
Triner's American Elixir of Bitter
Wine belongs to them. Torpid bow
els are one of the main causes of
sickness. Triner's American Elixir
of Bitter Wine keeps j-our bowels
open throughout the year and costs
you very little. It is quite the same
with other Triner remedies, espec
ially Triner's Angelica Eitter Tonic
which rebuilds your vitality and en
ergy, Triner's Liniment for neural
gic and rheumatic pains, sprains and
swellings, Triner's Cough Sedative
for colds and coughs, Triner's Anti
putrin, an excellent gargle, mouth
wash and the most efficient prepa
ration for cleansing wounds, etc.
Every druggist has Triner's remedies
in stock. Joseph Triner company.
1332-1343 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago,
Constipation causes headache, in
digestion .dizziness, drowsiness. For
a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's
Regulets. 30c a box at all stores.
FORMER CITY CLERK
HERE DIES IN OMAHA
CAPTAIN PHELPS PAINE, ONE
CITY CLERK OF PLATTSMOUTH
DEAD NOW AT OMAHA.
From Wednesday's Dally. .
The Sunday Omaha Bee contained
an article of the death of a former
citizen of Plattsmouth. that of
Phelps Paine, who was one of the
active citizens here in the early
seventies. He was city clerk in
1S73, the time when they slipped
the free silver legislation over, and
at the same time R. R. Livingston
was the city's mayor. Much useful,
legislation was enacted that year.
Later Mr. Paine moved to Omaha,
where he has made his home for
some time, and was living there at
the time of his death. Many of the
older people living in Plattsmouth
now will remember tins gentleman.
SPENDING FURLOUGH HERE.
From Wednesday's Daily.
George Lamphear jr., who is now
located at Philadelphia, where he is
on the Alabama, one of the largest
of the fighting machines of Uncle
Sam. George has not been here for
something over a year, and comes
now but for a short visit. anJ will
depart for Chicago in a few days,
where he will spend a short time
visiting at the home cf his brother
Bert Lamphear, and family for a
few days after which he will return
to his station at Philadelphia.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
PLATTSMOUTH STATE BAHK
Of Plattsmouth. Nebrf
Charfr So. 7. in the Stite of X.--Iiraska-
at the !. "f it!s:n''ss
.n May "r.l,
Loans ami I is-iu:nts $:: 2:1. Til 3. 00
overdrafts 1.1 ;.$
Hnnds, securities. jndKinfnts.
l,ilM"t- Konds. W. S. S. and
other I. S. iJuv't. securities
Mankinir house, furniture ami
Other real estate.
Oirreiit expenses. Iai-s ar.J
1 ue from National and State
Silver, nickels and cents....
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TOT.x L . .
. $ irto.oo;
Capital stock pa:5 In J "0.000.00
Sur--!i: fund 1 ..
t'ndivided profits H.24.'M
Individual deposits suhject to
check j io::.sv3.y
Ien;arid cert itirii t es f de
Time certificates of deposit. 1 :'.. Ci7'..
served for taxes .!(i0'
Cashier's checks outsatnlins :.;.." J
I epoi tor's finarant y--f i nd . . . 77 . i
State of Nebraska
County of Cass ss:
I. H. A. Schneider. Cashier of the
above named hank do hereby swear
that the above statement is a correct
nnil true copy of the report made to
the State nurfkintr Hoard.
u. a. sohxkiup:!:.
Attest: " Cashier.
.1 M. no UK TITS. Director.
J. H. lIi:CKi:i:. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before m
this ."til dav of Ma v. lil!:
K. 15. WINDHAM.
(SeaH iotary Public
My Commission expires Oct. 19, 1911.
He Does Heavy Work.
"I do heavy work, and that is a
strain on a man's kidneys," writes
Bert Dawson. Canton, 111. "My
trouble started with severe, sharp
pains over my back. I bought a
bottle of Foley Kidney Pills, and
before it was gof5e, my pains had
entirely left me." They banish rheu
matic pains, backache, soreness,
stiffness. Sold everywhere.
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AT COATES HALL
SATURDAY NIGHT. MAY 10. i-
Given by the Shop Federation
Committee. The best or music
Admission. Gents 50c; Specta
tors 2Tc. Plus war tax. Ladies
yor Infants and Children
?n Us for Over 30 Years
3it rW"iT r4
;DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
ieflnl Attention to IiMrnKf of omen
ACl'TK DISKASKS THKATKI
Kyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Hours
and Sundays by Appointment
8:30 a. m. to 12:00:30 p. m. to 5:30
enNLos Plattsmouth, Neb.
9fm 9 9 Aft
C. R. Jordan went to Lincoln ou
Harley Toland was in Plattsmouth
on business Tuesday. ,
Fred Weaver of flout h Bend was
up between trains Thursday.
Ed Stroemer and Roy Bennett
went to Plattsmouth Monday on
Chas. Edwards shipped stock to
South Omaha Monday, accompanying
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea were
visiting friends in Lincoln a few
days last week.
Wanted: Work to do at home, as
washing, ironing and plain sewing.
Mrs. Xellie Garcia, Alvo, Xebr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders spent
Sunday with Mrs. Sanders' 'sister,
Mrs. Charles Ayres and Mr. Ayres.
Mrs. Harry Parsell and daughter.
Miss Beatrice, of Lincoln, are visit
ing Mrs. Carl Johnson a few days
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Boyles and
daughters, Mrs. Carl D. Gauz and
Mrs. Dale E. Boyles, spent Saturday
night in Lincoln. '
Henry J. Miller, -mejnber of the
Board of County Commissioners, was
attending the commissioners' meet
ing at Plattsmouth Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman. Jr.,
and children and Mrs. Belle Ben
nett autoed down from Valparaiso
Saturday. visiting relatives here
Jake Kahni returned on Tuesday
morning from Pierce City, Mo., at
which place he underwent an opera
tion some few weeks ago. His health
is much improved.
Mrs. Dale S. Boyles, Mrs. Carl D.
Ganz and Miss Marie Appleman at
tended the Alpha Chi Omega ban
quet held in the Lincoln hotel at
Lincoln last Friday night.
Mrs. Dan Williams and son, Reese,
left Monday evening to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Newman and little
daughter, at De Witt. Mrs. New
man is a sister of Mrs. Williams.
Mrs. D;ile S. Boyles. Mrs. Carl D.
Ganz, Miss Marie Appleman, Miss
Clara fiickerson and Miss Aurel
Foreman attended the annual formal
party in Lincoln Saturday night.
"Clean-Up Week" comes between
the dates of May otlr-and 12th. in
clusive. Get your tin cans and all
rubbish out to the alley and between
these dates the town will' haul it
away for you.
Joe Foreman and Miss Madge
Boyce drove down from Lincoln on
Monday evening, visiting at the
home of his parents a few hoftrs. He
left Tuesday for Burlington. Colo
rado on business.
Mrs. Ralph I'hley and children left
Friday for Elmwood to visit with
Mr. Uhley's parents until Sunday,
when they returned to their home
at St. Joe. Mo., after visiting several
weeks with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenow
and son, Verl. autoed to Lincoln on
Saturday evening and spent the
night with Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Mickle, returning home Sunday fore
noon. D. R. Lackey .visited with Benn
Weaver Saturday and Sunday, the
latter going to South Bend with him
on No. 3S Sunday. Mr. Lackey left
South Bend Sunday night for . his
home near Minatare, Nebraska.
Mrs. M. C. Keefer entertained the
Women's Reading club last Thurs
day. The program was pertaining to
Mothers' day and those taking part
were War mothers., The luncheon
was served in individual May bas
kets. The Epworth League held a busi
ness and social meeting at the
church Monday evening. The new
officers elected were as follows: Miss
Verna Prouty, president; Miss Ma
rie Stroemer, 1st vice-president;
Miss LaNita Mullen, 2nd yice-presi-
dent; Miss Mary Taylor, 3rd vice
president; Miss Emily Strong. 4th
vice-president; Miss Golda Bird. sec
retary and treasurer. They expect
to hold the installation of officers at
the League hour next Sunday even
ing." After the business hour fame
the social hour, during which cocoa
and wafers were served.
Takes Hold Arid Helps.
aiarie Heisler, . Freeport, Ill
writes: "I had more or less of a
cough for" 10 years and j have tak
en quite a number of medicines.
None of them takes hold and helps
like Foley's Honey and Tr." This
old, reliable cough syrup promptly
helps coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Contains no opiat
es.. Sold everywhere.
Never can tell when yon'll mash
a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn
or scald. Be prepared. Thousands
rely on Dr. Thomas Eclectic Oil. '
Your druggist sells it. 30c and 60c.
Fancy stationery at this office.
NEWS FROM ALVO
;" mamm :i :b'!!:b;-:.;BTB rmrw-Tn rr
that are needed right now!
Time to plant corn andwe have, the Case, Deere
anpl John Deere planters and listers. The P. & O. wide
In listed corn cultivators we have the J. I. Case,
the John Deere and the Rock Island.
In walking cultivators we have the New Depar
ture and Jenny Lind.
In riding cultivators we have the New Century,
Overland and Badger.
Also a complete line of Deering and McCormick
haying and harvesting machinery and will have 25,000
pounds of new Deering Standard twine when the sea
son opens. Let ,us fill your requirements.
Bargains in Used Cars!
One six-cylinder five-passenger Buick, 1917 model.
Also one Monroe roadster; one' practically new Ford
roadster, and good five-passenger Dodge touring car.
lese are srood cars and I
move them soon
The Implement lYIan,
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YESTERDAY 'AFTERNOON AT THE
EMANUEL HOSPITAL MRS. F.
SLATINSKY PASSED AWAY.
WAS SOME BETTER RECENTLY
Was Taken Suddenly Worse. And
Passed Away As Husband
Watched At Her Side.
From Wednesday's Pai'y.
Mrs. Frank Slatinsky w ho has
been at the hospital at Omaha for
some time receiving treatment, since
an operation some tini?. since, for ap
pendicitis and other troubles, which
required a double operation, was ap
parently progressing nicely, and was
looking forward to the time when
she would be able to return to her
home and loved ones.
The husband was very attentive,
and did not miss an occasion to go
to her bedside and minister in all
WRITES ALL KINDS OF
Fire, Lightning and Tornado in Farmers'
Mutual of Lincoln or Old Line v
Why not insure your wheat against hail and your
pedigreed live stok against death from any cause.
CALL PHONE 2411
l.STItlMKTAl.ITlKS OF TIIK IMli:l) STATES fitlVrilXJIKXr
Wo V-hWl LOAN BOMBS
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 AH 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
Bank of Cass County
m: b im .: :a e " B": B": s " a :ar . a a i
lave a price on them that win
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a:''3 : c:; s': 2 , u z;;.sr:.2- n:' e; -n
the ways po-siM'? to h-r welfare
Yesterday moniintj lie h:il nne
a? usual to ilic hlp;tal, and v. h:i
he taw th marked change in the
condition r-f the loved one, iutii-il-iatcly
notified th friends" lu re. The
two. brothers Joreph, Mike and J:..
Sedfak . and :!rs. Fred Duda, they
with other relatives haste'ned to
rfmaha. but the Fpirif of thof-I.-ter
had cnswerei! the call of it.- ma'.ur.
and was beyond the reach r-f huiuaii
aid. The hufband vh') has watched
so closely and with such solicita
tion, was heart broken in his prb f,
which seenvd uncontrolable. lie
sides the hu'diand. the two broth rs
and sister, there are three children
left to mourn the untimely depart
ure of the mother and the less of a
mother's love and care, they b ing
Michael Slatinsky. ns"d eleven the
eldest. Frank Rlatlnsky jr.. at-d
nine, and Mary, the youngest. a--ed
six. The remains of Mrs. France
(Sedlak) Slatim-ky was brought to
this city today, and the funeral will
be held from the TT'dy Uosary church
at 10-riO tonicrrow nu.rnin?:. itf,v. .1.
FOR SALE 2 HERF0RD BULLS
I have for sale, two young hiph
bred re?itered Herford bulls, four
teen and fifteen months of ase re
rpectively. Inquire of Fred T.
Rair.ge. Thones 102 and
Plattsmouth. Neb. 5-tfw
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