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PLATT5M 0 TJTH SEMI- wTTEXY JCURTTA1
For Picnic Dinners
JUST CALL ON US!
We Carry a Large Line
7ac cci-Icta L".l.-rr-: Lis.Lt and
Bertt-rs i v : i ir eondi. ions. Keeps
the l)vs ai.e: triiN cup. tented on
T.d. T). ;-,o.C Omaha. Neb.
OVER THE COUNTY
Horn. Tuesdav, t Mr. and
1 lit r I i'jyton a f:::-.- baby boy.
Mi. - Mamie Mscn;- il spent Dec
r I i r i. day i-iiing ia PlaU-mouth.
Hard:! Frans was an early morn
ing i'ase!iy;T t Omaha Ti.urs Liy.
'. L. drav-s tranact :ng bus-
ibiss at the county
Frank WciiV '
Wed n'sday to visit
J. l.n L. I'.arrit
Tu-fda? f't rno'i-. t
l We! njsd;. ;
vent to Omaha
hji k ( vr son..'
.Mr.--.-5 Octa Au-im Ci:::11 :Jovn i 'i i
Tliursdav frot.i Omaha ::ml spent f ii
w e-k end at
W. B Banning" v.-us in Lir.ocln a j
couple t day-. f tl.t- we. ;,
attending a mee'.n.'i. ' j
J. B. i:..l!y and diidreii. IMwiuj
and ' Margaret, were Nebraska ("i;vj
p.t-: en-JT'-r- la.- Thursday.
Miss Marie Frans visited Miss Dr-
.., v.-.v,r--:-i citv c-..vf-nl!
days the l'.r.--: of the week.
Mrs. Liir; aiid li'tle
of Brewster, have b" n
diss Kricso!i I
Fran -s relatives the p- sr week.
C'iarenc' Mason, mechanic at th
T. !!. I't.llo-jk saraK". vidtcd friend
in I'lattsmn-'.! h Ttte-day t-vt nintr.
Mrs. K. D. flark. of Weepir.u: ;
V.'att-r. spf-nt a couple of 'lays la
v,i-e',: visiting friend.- and relativ'
Mrs. A. J. Ati V rson
MATT fig BM
WE ARE AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD
We are Facing an Era of Prosperity
Unprecedented in Our History
Building costs are high but so are prices in every
other line. It is no argument against building when
tomorrow's prices may go higher.
The man with foresight will not delay further;
l,e will build now according td his needs. Further, he
will come to us for his estimates.
E. J. RICKEY,
Lumber and Building Material
of all Kinds of Meats
CHEESE of All Kinds
GOLDEN SUN COFFEE
NO. 4 OR 5
afternoon for Plattsniouth to visit
until Sunday at the home of V.- T.
Mrs. II. D. Royal came
from Lincoln Decoration day
spent the week visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Belle Fraus left early
day morning for Lincoln, where
will take a six weeks course
Miss Eva Frans came down from
Omaha Thursday morning and visit
ed i-everal days ut the home of her
uncle. H. M. Frans. ,'
Vance Harris came over from
Fori Dodge. Iowa, the first of th
week, to visit at the home of his
rarents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harris.
V,". I;. Shoemaker and wife, of'
S'-attle. Washington, lias been visit
ing with L. L. Shoemaker and other
relatives in this vicinity and Iowa.
Mr.-. John Lidgett. Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Taylor drove to Omaha Saturday,
where th-y .-pnt the day shopping.
Mrs. J. I). Lewis received a tele
:r: :i. tr-im her son. Wayik', on las
Friday announcing his s ife-arrival
n: France. He expects to arrive i
M'-s Kv.t Hathaway left Saturday
afternoon for ! !art inMon. Nebraska.
i ir a couptc or wees vu-;t wr.n
I'has. Wicdard-and family and oth-
ir r-latives and friends there.
Matthe'.r Shot :::;.ker returi'ed front
Lincoln Saturdi.y mcrnini:. wlitr,'
he a v. at the state farm.
this leinjr the reirular Juui'-r Farm
fr. " week ffr Nebraska Hoys an 1
M:rv V; rcr. II;:rris tame dT.vn
from Nehavka to spend Decoration
at home. She is
well please 1
v.ith her work
wih the Sheldon
Manufacturing company. anu 1.5
It i ti pnarl til ere
r - -. .......
Litth- Mi- June arrived Tuesday
j:.Kr!ine at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fx a. Fran? and finding a -joy-
v i i t : r. K th'f'1' welcome will make her
with them in the future. She is a
f:r- healthy bahy wed chins seven
I'ncle Getrpe Shrader. of Murray,
Tuesday at the home of v..
A. Taylor Mr. Shrader Is one of
the fldest members of the Masonic
'. wi.-p in tnp mnntrv and came to
Filing to visit friends after attend-
:ing tLe meeting' at Nenawka Men-
j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoback.and
daughter, Marjorie .and Mr. an J
Mrs. W. A. Taylor motored to Wa-
;bash Friday in Mr. Hoback's car
I where Mr. Tavlcr addressed a larg
and appreciative audience that had
assembled in the Wabash cemetery
to decorate the resting Maces ci
The Nehawka schools have closed.
Miss Hope Con ley whs a Nebraska
City patenter Tuesday morning.
Mrs. D. C. West returned home
Tuesday morning from Lincoln
where she had niade a short visit.
Miss Elizabeth Hough, who has
been teaching at Meade the past
school year, is now home to spend
Miss Hope Conley, who taught
shcool at Tecumseh the past term,
returned home thelatter part of the
week to spend the summer.
Miss Myrtle Chappell returned
home from Kearney' last Friday
mcrnintr after finishing- a term as
teacher nrthe public" schools there
W. H. Marks and wife of Union,
came up on the afternoon train
Wednesday for a short visit s;t the
home of John Chappelle and fam
ily. Mrs.. F. II. Cunningham returned
heme from Mynard Wednesday af
ternoon. She had been there sev
eral days at the bed-ule of net
father who wa' seriously ill.
The Junior-Senior reception wa
given at the home of Miss Isadort
Sheldon last Thursday evening
Practically all the high schoo"
p::pils were present and a most en
joyable time was had.
A large number from this plact
went to Omaha and Lincoln last
Friday to meet the soldier boys of
this state who paraded in both
places before being sent to ('ami
Funston, from which camp thev
will be discharged.
Isadora Sheldon entertained fif
teen girls at a miscellaneous shower
in honor e.f Mis Ida Belle Downey
Saturday evening. The engage
ment of Miss: Downey to Mr. Krnesi
Zink of Cincinnati. Ohio, has l-ei
announced and the wedding will
tp.ke place some time in June.
Lat' Saturday evtr.ing Mesdame
W. S. Norris, F. B. Lemon and 11.
L. Thomas. gave a miscellaneou.
shower at the former's home in
honor of Mis Fern Cunningham
A large nun her of ladies wore pres-
nt and many useful presents vert
given to the intended bride. A tint
time was reported and one not eoor
to be forgotten.
Wes. Ma:rney says this ru!t:
weather reminds him of the stor
of th" man who went to sleep whih
his wife was talking and when hf
awoke several hours later the vac
still talking. He asled her if slu
had stopped yet or was just begin
ning. He says when a fellow wakes
up now and hears it rainintr. ht
wonders if it had stopped yet or
was jtist beginning.
3fa 9fc 9fa 3fc y 3 3fr 3
Mrs. Henry Ahl wnt to (Irern
wood Wednesday to visit her rlugh
' Wesley Blair is home from France
jlle is looking fine and dandy an."
j says he feels even better than h
j James Stander is looking after
:his extensive land interest in west
ern Nebraska and eastern Colorad
I this week.
Little Odessa Yant leTt Wedaesd;.
with her aunt. Miss Helen Blair
1 for a two weeks' visit with her
grandparents in Piper City Illinois.
If the Courier is a little short o'
news for a few weeks yon may at
tribute it to the fact that the edi
tor is the owner of a new "Tin Liz
zie." W. F. Diers left Monday for Oma
ha, where he met his brother, John
of Fullerton. .and joined a
party going on a special train t
look at homestead land in northern
Mrs. Mary Schliefert ha been
somewhat laid up with a sprained
ankle, which she received one dfy
lrst week when she was out in Jhe
woods with a few neighbors gather
sook. of Lincoln,
of William Ilart
a former pioneer
resilient of Greenwood, was struck
bv lightning last S-iturday night.
No one was injured but the chimney
Mr. and Mrs. James Terryberry,
accompanied by Dr. E. II. Worth
man, left Wednesday for Rochester,
Minnesota, where they w ent to con-'
suit the famous physicians, the
Mayo brothers, concerning the state: td but it "s-ill be some time yet be
or Mrs. Terryuerry's health. I fore he can get -down to work again.
William Stoner. of Colorado! Mr. and Mrs. W. N. McLenon and
Springs, superintendent of construe- children motored to Effingham, Kan
tiou of the potash plant vuited his'sas. last Friday. At Falls City, on the
siater-in-iav.-, Mrs. H. T. Wilson lat ' return trip they could not come any
wet!:. Mr. Stoner will move his! farther on account of the rain. Mr.
family to Lincoln when his present ' McLenon came on home Monday and
wo: k in Colorado is finished. J Mrs. McLenon and the children
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace EWke and came the next day. .
daughter Vivian returned home last j Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Trcnholm and
Thursday from a short visit with L. W. Boettger and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr;. Blake's brother.
Uop and wife
near Oconto, Neb. Mr.
is superintend. -nt of the-
Parmele ranch and the O'Neill ranch
consisting of thirteen
icies and necessarily is a very busy,
Assessor James M. Hoover, has
.-ompleted the assessment of Louis-j
i-ille precinct and made his returns
to County Assessor Farley. Mr.
Hoover. tells us that'the assessed
valuation of the precinct is consid
erably less than last ytar and at
ribiitos the fact to the lack of live
stock and grain on hand by the
farmers at this time.
Chas. Parrish returned the
part of last week from a visit
o Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jewell are vis
iting with relatives at Kldorado.
Mo., this week.
Ed Morrison arrived heme on la:t
"hursday morning. He has just re
urned from overseas.
W. E. Palmer went t Cass cou..
y. Minnesota, on Monday to L;ok ne'
er his land interests there. t
Mr. Siackliom e. of Lincoln, was a
i.-icor in Klmwood Friday while at-oiK'.in,-
Memorial dry services.
Mat! K:-:iz. of Omaha, was a vh-i-or
at the home of his parents, Mr.
.nd Mrs. Win. Kunz on last Friday.
Noel Tv-on of Beatri.-.e. Mr. and
Irs. Cyru Tyson, t.f On. aha. visited j
t the L. A. Tv.-on h( ni" on Merao: -!
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sterner m 1
red to IVru last Friday and vitit
! e eral dajs with a sou and fam
Aug Pieper, stn of Rev. and Mrs.
it per. who has been in Europe f;-r
ome months, has arrived in the U.
'. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. El Miller, of Lin
oln. visited several !ay3 at th
'.om of the hitter's parents, Mr.
a I Mrs.. John Star!:.
Veryl Morgan was in Lincoln the
atter part of last week and signd
p as one of the crew of the Stan I
rd Chant j'laa circuit.
Miss Ida Walker, of Stanley, N.
1.. arrived Friday morning for a
is it with her si-Ur, Mrs. R. Tol
.urst and other relatives.
MiftS Brcdrick came down from
'oilegf View Saturday morning to
ttend the Alumni haiv-uet and was
he guest ef Mrs. Neihart.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kahle and lit
ie child of Kearney, visited several
:r.ys last week at the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. Peter Julch and with oth
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Clapp received
he information that their son. Hen
y, Jr.. had arrived in Newport Now;
ast week. He has been in Europe
t;r several months.
Mrs. Bessie Penterman and daugh
er, Ellen, arrived Wednesday even
rig from Carroll. Iowa, visiting at
he home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dele?
)ernicr and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ma pes and child-
en motored down from Bethany on
Friday to vuit at the home of L. B.
'unningham and Mrs. M. L. Baird.
They remained until Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lorenz and
ittle son motored to Schuyler, Ne
jraska. on last Friday to visit rela
ives. The rain was .quite bad so
hey had to prolong their visit.
William Vilkins and family re
turned from Table Rock on M on
lay, where they had visited with
heir son and family. They made
the trip by auto and despite the
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bcrger went
o Omaha last Saturday and will vis
t their daughter, Mrs. Zachery and
family for a short, time. While there,
Mr. Bcrger will have his-eyes treat
ed and fitted up.
Charles Rivet t was an Elm wood
visitor on last Friflay. Charley wore
his home-guard suit, he being a
member of the organisation at Beth-J
any. He took an active part in the
memorial program" assisting in the
fife and drum corps.
Joe Kaczmarek arrived in Elm-
wood cn Friday of last week f rom j
Camp Dodge, where he was muster-j
cd out of the service. He was a"
member of the 29th division and had!
been across about eleven months.
mud it was not so bad going.
Albert Dehning. who has been in
the Lincoln sanitarium for the rast
two weeks, where he underwent an
operation, returned home on Satur-
day night. He is very much improv-
: Leon Roettger who had been visit-
here, all motored to Peru last
The doctor returned on
Sunday but Mrs
Trenholm and the
remained for a few days'
E A G L E
9fc 3jp 9 3fc
Mrs. Frantz was a Lincoln visit
Mr. Seymour was an' Eagle visit
Mrs. John Peterson went to Lin
coln Wednesday morning.
j Mr. and Mrs. Westlake are proud
j of a new baby boy horn Wednesday,
j Ed Williams has been under the
weather for the past week or more.
J Mrs. Kiel and Dora were business
visitors in Lincoln Monday after
Mrs. II. C. Meyers, who has been
yuite ill for a couple of weeks is re
ported as improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Renner spent
Sunday in Union with "their daugh
ter. Mrs. Swan.scn and family.
Messrs. Boyles and Ganz were
down from Alvo Wednesday evening
on business with the village board.
Dr. Long-acre reports the birth of
a baby girl this morning to Mr. and
Mr:-. II. W. Erskin, northwest of
Miss Hazel Lynch of Lincoln
came out Tuesday morning for a
visit with her old school friend,
Mrs. Albert Frolich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Root and
daughter. Mrs. Stella Rose, motored
days visit with relatives.
Win. Ohlsciiiager enjoyed a visit
from his wife and little son last
Sunday. He accompanied them to
Lincoln on their return Monday.
A. P. Stewart arrived Saturdav
from Fairmont and spent a
few days in Eagle. Mrs. Stewart
and the baby had been here for a
week with her mother Mrs. Trimble.
Sergeant Henry Renner nad Cor
poral Charles Orleans motored down
I iron! Lincoln and spent Wednesday
evening at the Renner home. Henry
has been promoted to sergeant.
Miss Catherie Rockenbach who is
assistant cashier of the Phillips
County State Bank at Holyoke,
Colo., is spending a three weeks va
cation at the home cf her parents
Mr. and Mrs. G. Rockenbach.
Herman Beckard feels more pro
voked at the present spell of wet
weather than most cf us. as he last
week purchased a new Dort auto
and had planned having a real good
time learning to run it.
Frank Boeswetter, who recently
returned from army service overseas
with the famous 8 9th division and
was discharged from Camp Funston
Monday, was' shaking hands with old
frirnds in Eagle Wednesday.
J. M. Webb of Ravenna, who has
been visiting his daughter, , Mrs.
Harry Caddy, is helping along the
work on the new school house.
There was considerable water to be
pumped out after the heavy rain,
and operations have been delayed
for several days. .. ' ,
We understand the village board
held a "meeting Monday night, but
thus far we have no intimation
that the official proceedings are to
be published as the law- requires.
Every exchange we get has the offi
cial proceedings of the local town
board, but Eagle's "reform" board
seems to be of the "dark lantern"
Variety, and a law unto themselves.
Born, o Mr. and Mrs. W
Contryman, on May ISth, a son.
Mrs. Hen Hostetter returned Sat
urday night from Grant.
Mrs. Wm. Caygill of Wabash has
been visiting old friends in Weep
ing Water since Decoration day.
Will Stoner; of Colorado Springs
was an over Sundav visitor with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stoner.
Mrs. John Colbert was a passen
ger to Lincoln Wednesday morning,
with Miss Hazel Pool, who was go
ing up to see. her sister at the hos
Mrs. R. Glover went to Haveloc'c
Tuesday evening for a visit with her
'daughter, Mrs. Robert Chandler and
Frank "Wildrick was up from
Brock over Decoration day and Sun-
day for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Wildrick.
In listed corn cultivators we have the J. I. Case
Plow Co., John Deere Plow Co., and Rock Island Plow
Co. In walking cultivators we have the New Depar
ture and Jenny Lind; Riding cultivators, the Badger,
New Century and Overland.
In haying tools the Keystone, International and
Emerson loaders; Keystone and International side de
livery hay rakes; Deering and McCormick mowers,
binders and hay rakes.
Also just unloaded a car load of
Deering Standard Twine
that I will sell for
24c Per Pound
CASH, UP TO JUNE 15TH
I have one Monroe Roadster for $450.00; one 4
passenger Hupmobile, model 32, good serviceable car,
$220.00; one 1917 5-passenger Reo, good paint, $700.
JOHM F. QORDER,
W. S. Bateman is closing out his
business and packing up this week
preparatory to moving to Lincoln,
where he will engage in the bakery
Miss Bridgie Bourke returned from
Nebraska City Monday evening, her
school having closed Friday.
Mrs. Agnes Keithley returned on
Friday evt?iiing from Sioux City,
iowa, where she had spent the last
three months with a sister-in-law.
Ray Barrett of Kansas cam up
to decorate his mother's grave here
and visit relatives, the Philpots and
old friends a few days.
Sam Reed, who has been having
a hard siege of sickness has improv
ed to the extent that he sat up a
Mrs. W. M. West and little grand
daughter, Dorothy West, left Sunday
evening for Creston. Iowa, her old
home town, to visit relatives and
also her sister from Oklahonia, who
was jroing to be there at this time.
Grandma Colbert returned Tues
day morning from Wauneta, Nebr.
Ehe reports Hiding- Mrs1. Georgti
Colbert much better.
Miss Lynette Wood of Gering vis
ited at the John Colbert home from
Tuesday until Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coatman
are spending the weekit University
Place and attending the graduation
f their daughter Miss Gladys.
The annual alumni luncheon of
Alpha Kappa Delta of Wesleyan
University held at the Lincoln Jlotel
last Saturday noon was attended by
Mrs. C. E. Butler and Mrs. E. L.
Rev. andMrs. W. F. Haskins are
enjoying a visit from Mrs. Bentz of
Fairfield, wife of Major G. II. Bentz
who was in the medical staff of the
312th Inf., 7Sth Div. A. E. F.
Mrs. Lawrence Foley and two
children cf Nichols, Iowa, who had
been visiting relatives and friends
in the community for the last two
weeks left for her home Monday
When selecting your graduation
presents remember that a box of
stationery is very appropriate. See
the beautiful line at the Journal
1 Do Not Sell
I If necessary to dispose of them bring
1 them to this Bank and we will pay you the
i highestNew York market price.
I Also let us explain to you how you may
I The Bank of
WILL ENTERTAIN Q-Z SOCIETY.
From Saturlay Iially.
At the home cf Mr. and ?drs. Geo.
K. Staats, their daughter M'ss Pearl
Staats and Miss Clara Weyrich will
entertain the Q-Z society of the
Presbyterian church Wednesday aft
ernoon. All members are urged to
lie in attendance at this meeting as
much business is to be transacted,
and a joyous time is assured, as
the host esses are very popular ent
ertainers. Fancy stationery at this office.
I UUIIIjf IIUIIIUUI
I will pay the following prices
delivered at Mjmard, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of this week :
Also will pay the highest market
cash price for eggs.
Poultry getting weaker every
week. Don't wait.
W. T- RICHARDSON
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Special Attention to nineaoeM of Womri
A Cl'TK DIsn.XPKS THKATKD
Eyes Tested and Glasses Kitted
Night Calls Answered After Houri
and Sundays by Appointment
8:30 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 5:"
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