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PIATTSMODTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. JUKE 12. 1210.
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For Infants and Children.
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SI ifiy !!i Genuine Gloria
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Slincrk Not Xauootic
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! Thirty Years
trm MM;-,!ay"j5 I.ii!.
A. 15. rr. f i;ir r'ulloii! was
a vi-;r..r i;i this city tor a :hort
tiu" tlii.-. ii;t r:ii:i..
.MiSs r.itty Mftztar f Cedar
Crt-i-": was a visitor in tins tity for
a !i-rt tiaic tliis ii.rnii!i;.
(Jit n IVrry f n in liis home near
M':-ray w;.s a visiter in this city for
a : hurt i Line enaiinir tu I.xjSv after
.v in" !usi!:"s ir attc-rs.
Wul:ir S; i:n :U r i'f hear Cedar
X rce.'"4V? sa" Mtr iv. tlsis city this
ruii. r. vi!n to 1m; k aftr 'Ine
I matters f r a short time.
It. I.uIitm-s troin r,-ar Cuiiom.
va. a visitor in l'lattt-iiio'.tth for
tl v day coining l( l.mk after some
i,i iiu't mat ers and to du some
C!i.;rl chri-.v.-t-:. r from :.-:-.r
N i'.i v.; a visitor in 1'iat!::-
Sfc.ti u esteruay and re;naiii l over
j-.ii t ti I k ;.mT so;;.e l.iir-ine.-s
for tin- day.
OMve il.i.s and I-wi-y Ar
nd.I were i.t.-r!iui'r:; to lie'ievue
this att'Tnooi:. where they j;. " at
tend a 'i:!io retital wh'.h is .uivea
1 y a '.iiniil of 2Ii.-s (!a-s. Mrs. C.
TIi" K;v ortii League of this city,
have eicted Alisse.s (Joldye and
(iladys KafTenler-'er as tire d.de
:,.itcs fr. in tlii. o' ie'y l i the comi
ty eon Vint ion which ia to he lield
the latter part oi" this week at Klm-
W. II. Ilrya:: uenartetl this after
noon f.-r the weit wi-.cre lie will
ftay for fome time looUin:' after his
property interests which are matter
ed i.'V r much of the eastern i anion
of the state of Colorado. Mr. I.ryan
will look after the lands which lie
luis in wheat there.
Jrdt;e Corcoran of Omaha, was a
visitor in I'lattsmduth for yester
day and la;t evenini;. cj)minjv to
make an address at the hanqvet fol-
lowin. the institution of the lode
of the Kniuhs of Columhus. which
was organized here yesterday, re
turnins home this morning.
Mr. a:id Mrs. Kilward Vallery. who
wills the children have been viriit
iit'A in this vicinity for some couple
weeks past. hctu priests at the
heme of Mrs. Valkry's parents.
II:iry Kaufiiian and wife, tamth of
town. departed today for their
home at Cra.r Itinire, Montana,
rear where they arc enviaed in
Fnm Tiifsilav'si Pally.
C. F. Harris commissioner of the
second district was a visitor in this
e;iy for the day driving up thh;
Mrs. John Thiirolf and children,
who visited in the city over Sunday,
d parted for their home at Cedar
Cretk la:.t evening.
J;;ii!9s i;ienti and wife who have
! . -i :.-:i:iu v.i:h friends at I.ouis-
j v;il.; f:.r several days past arrived
j l.t i. this taoruinpr.
I Oscar Gapen departed this inorn
j for Omaha, where he is loukiiiK
after ::cme business matters at the
south side live s;tock market.
(Jeorpe s-nyder of west of Mynarit
was a passenger to Omaha this
morning where he has some business
matters to look after for a short
Henry A. (Juthniann, of Murdoek.
was a visitor in thi city today, com
ing over to visit with his folks and
look after some business matters as
O-.vcn CluYord. c Weeping Wat
er, who has been visiting in this city
for the past few days, departed last
evening for his home on the Schuy
ler train. .
Harry Meisiner and wife front
near Cedar Creek were visiting in
this city for the 'morning, having
some business matters to look after
und visiting with friends.
James. Johnson and Jimmie War-
"ivii:t i:i;T.ti.iTiK ok hik imii;u stAT liilvmMIT'
FAMfi LOAM 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 AH Federal, State, Municipal
and Local Taxation!
Tliis exemption includes the Federal. Income Tax ancl
income from these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
Chas. C. Parmele,
Bank of C&&& County
ren were out to Culloni yesterday
afternoon, where they went to bring
in sonit horses which Mr. Johnson's
father. J. J. Johnson, had in pas
Jacob W. Tritsch of west of My
nard was a visitor in this city this
afternoon driving in with his team
on account of the badness of the
roads, and is looking after some
business matters for u short time.,
Joseph Schlater of Louisville was
a visitor in IMatftmouth this morn
ing for a short time coining to look
after some matters and to visit at
the home of his nephew Frank K.
Schlater and niece Mrs. I'd Fitz
gerald. Father Higgins. pastor of the
Catholic church at Manley was a
visitor in this city a guest of his
friend Kev. M. A Shine of the St.
John's Catholic church cf this city,
and departed via Omaha this morn
ing for his home.
Mrs. Ceo. M. Hi'.d and three
daughters Misses Helen. Marie and
l'earle wore passengers to Omaha on
the early afternoon train of the
Hurlington. where they will visit
for seme time at the home of Mrs.
Hild's parents. Albert " l'appe and
w i f e.
Leslie Dalton why has been hack
for but a few days from overseas,
departed this morning for Haveb-ck
where he is visiting for the day, and
will vHit there for a short time,
he having been employed there at
the time of his offering lib; service
to his country on entering the army.
C. K. Ilitt had just entered into a
contract with the Parmele HroOiers
to erect a houe. barn and other
sheds and farm buildings on one of
their farms near Hroken How, and
will depart for thete when the ma
terial shall have been shipped and
in readiness for the beginning of
Mrs. Walter Peters and litth
babe, who has been visiting at the
home of Mr. Peters parent J. W.
Peters near Weeping Water, and
with her aunt Mr. Wm. Hunter of
this city, departed this morning for
her home at Sheridan. Wyoming,
after having had an excellent vi-dt
with the friends and relatives
Mrs. Adam Stoehr and ni-ce ril-s
Verna Stoehr departed this morn
ing for Omaha, where they will
visit with the mother of the latter,
Mrs. C. W. Stoehr, who is in the
hospital at Omaha, and where she
has been for sono time recoveriag
from an operation under which she
went severa' weeks since, and from
which she is slowly recovering.
From Wedru-jiiTry's Daily
Ira Hates of Cedar Creek was a
visimr in Plattrmouth this morn
ing coming to look aller son...: busi
ness i ti the city.
Henry Sanders departed on the
evening train for Cedar Creel; where
he will work on the farm lor the re
mainder of t lie week.
J. M. Patterson of Union was a
visitor in this city for the day and
was looking alter some business
matters f ir a short time.
S. O. Store of near Cedar Crck
wa.--. a business visitor in Platts
mouth for a few hours this after
noon driving in with his team.
C. 11. Troop was a passenger to
the s uth side live stock market at
Omaha this morning where he w as
looking after some business mutters.
A. I). Zaar and littie nepht w
Charles Zaar both from near South
Ilend were in the city today, look
ing after some business matters and
having to call at the court house for
some business which they had in
C. L Hitt and ton Charles, tc
conipanied by Chester Criggs de
parted for Cnllotn on the la'e P.ur
lington train last evening where
they are doing some work lor ;s few
days on the dairy station for J. P.
Falter and on John W. Falter.
Henry Thcirolf and Harry M is
inger who were visiting in Omaha
for the morning came down to
city on the noon train and looked
after some business matters until
the three o'clock train which they
took for their home at Cedar Creek.
Loui Plyhon and brother Jacob
Plybon, both from near Xe'hawka.
whore they are engaged in farming,
were in the city this morning hav
ing drove up on account of the.very
bad condition of the- roads, and
while in the city made a pleasant
eall at this office, advancing their
subscription to the Journal.
Hdwnrd Doran of near Kagle, the
assessor of Tipton precinct, was in
the city thia morning coming to
report for the work of assessing for
his precinct and turn in his books.
He would have had the, work all
doae a long time since but for the
fact that hi family had the small
pox. and he was kept in quaran-J
tine for a. long time and has just '
been released. Mr. Dorac returned'
bona this afternoon.
BELLEVUE ACADEMY AND COL
LEGE TRUSTEES CONFER
3 riSSrt moan
DEBTS HAVE PilEO UP GF LATE
Eae to Loss of Attendance Flan to
Dispose of Land Adjoining
From Tuesday's ra!Jy.
I'a llevue college, fond memories of
which linger in the min is of numer
ous noble sons and fair, daughters ol
Plattsmouth who received a part of
their education nihlst its altruistic
surroundings, may be doomed t"
pass fioiu cxisteiKe- as an academy
and college, and in its sUad a boys'
military school be established.
A special called meeting of t.i'
thirty-nine trustees; is scheduled to
b" held today for the purpose of
taking determin dive action.
A heavy loss in atlciidame plu
an overwhelming atcumuhit ion oi
de!)ts in live years past, i ; declare I
the; principal cause for I lie intended
It is' the plan to dispose of th
si liool farm, a Jl.Vacre tract of tin -land
adjoining the s ho.d campu-:.
T ":'..; proeeils. .,:imatid at $."0. ''(.
will be given over to pay out-iiiudi:;-'
debts of the in t it u r !o:i. The schoo!
e.:inpus, "(0 or tie acres in area, v.i.'i
buildings and c.,ih ge w ill remain.
Since the war the attendance bs:
drepped from around a hundred stu
dents to less than end the incoia:
from tuitions and donations is i:s
sutlicicnt to maintain a faculty for
so small a number.
Huring the war, the Student Army
Training Corpi added a hundred ex
tra young men to the student body,
but -a.' soon rs the armistice was
:ignci! they '.oft.
The ne.v military school, which
wiil rise out of the ruins; will, of
course, be i. on -sec t aria n.
HOME FROM AFiJIY SER
VICE IN THE
Kni!l Tuesday's J:i!iy.
Last Saturday. Frank Marshall,
who has been at New itrunswick. N
J.. since the closing of the war. hav
insr to remain until the last man w.i.
diseharced. ;.s: he v as one of those
having in charge the per- nni 1 w:;r.
-sf the- detachiver.t. arrived home and
is: looking line, as; si result of his al
most a year in the army. He wear--the
i;:ig,;ia of a sergraut of Motor
Transport corps, in which branch o;
service he speciali. 1 while takins
vocational training at the state uni
versity at Lincoln during the lirst
two months. of his army experience.
While at the New Jersey camp, hi:
unit was picked to drive a bundle;!
or more trucks to. New York City,
and spend a week in (Jrand Central
park while driving their trucks n;
"welcome home" and Victory loan
Sergeant Marshall says he is very
Thar's two things can't
be imitated youthful
charm and mellow old
"Mellow old age" in good Kentucky
Burley Tobacco is reached aftei it
has cured for two years.
We put millions of pounds in ware
houses every year, to ripen for two
years. It is a slow, expensive
method. But it makes Velvet as
good a pipe tobacco as money can buy.
It makes Velvet mel
low and friendly cool
and long-burning. Get
that charm of Velvet's
mellow age in - your
VTall Paper. Paints. GlaB. Picture
Framing. Frank Gobe'man.
rail i m
m I ana long-Durnmg, uet
HI that charm of Velvet's Wm'MM
Ml mellow age in -your WdW
U pipe today.
C Roll a VELVET f ' '' '
gild to get home, and as he was
Kept pretty busy in the camp in the
t;ist lio is going to take a short re.-t
and then sail into work at whatever
may offer him proper remuneration
for the services he is willing to
In our various lines of merchan
dise it is our aim to carry only such
goods as will give our customers
biggest satisfaction and economy.
So with hinder twine, we offer
you Plymouth, the world's best
twine, at a price which will insure
satisfaction and an actual saving
. - " i r,. 'd...H
I'rem Tuesday's L:iily.
Ci. W. McCracken who for some
three years was employed with the
F. (J. Frieke Drug company, but
who has been away from here for
the past 'ten years, and for live of
which lie was engaged in business
Mt Tek.imsih. and is now making his
home at Creston. and traveling on
the road for the Fneda Hiscuit com
pany, was a visitor for a short time
in this city yesterday, looking after
seme business matters for his com
pany, and visiting with Ins former
friends of this city.
NEPHEW OF JOHN
HAYNIE AND WIFE
D. Gammon, Married Here Sat
urday. With Bride, Visited
at Home of Uncle.
TO RETURN HOME
F' 'im Tuesday's faily.
Yesterday's Journal contained an
item announcing the marriage of
Mr. li. 1). Gammon and Mrs. Leo
nora Lucas, of Winner, South Da
kota. 1 he groom is a nepnew oi
Mr. pud Mrs. John Haynie. and on
arriving in the city last Saturday ev
ening, made has way to the home of
his uncle and aunt, introducing ths;
lady with him as his friend, Mrs.
Lucas, of Winner. Later in the
evening he told his uncle that he
was in need of a little assistance in
the way of securing a marriage li
cense and a minister to tie the Knot.
f w ll.ivitir. sio.-ort if. t lui fiL-nn.. ..,.)
J .til. lli-J lilt V (line (1 I 111. I .V it'. fill t
latter the necessary credentials had
been secured from the county judge V;
o)!;ce, Kev. Scott was located and lo
performed the ceremony at the Hay
Mr. Gammon has been a resident
of Winner for many years and is on
of the progressive and influential
farmers of the community. Mrs;. Lu
cas is also a farmer, being the ow it
er of one of the" tine and well stock
ed farms of that locality. They re
turned to their North Dakota home
CASTOR I A
ror Infants and Children
!n Uso or Over 30 Years
At ways Dear-,
Sit iianf "
Spun smooth and even in size
from long, clean fiber. Full length
and strength guaranteed by the
Solid, handsome balls which
won't fall down when partly used.
We have a good stock, but see us
early and place your order so we can
reserve your twine and avoid possible
USE PLYMOUTH TWINE
Fioni 'niosday's Dally.
Samuel lihoeten who went to the
service nearly two years ago, and
v;. overseas for a year, is now
Camp Funston. where he is receiv-
discharge today, and will
. e -
arrive home on the morning train
of the Missouri Pacific. lie had
telephoned to John F. Wehrbein to
meet him at Lincoln tomorrow with
a car, but as the roads are so very
bad, it makes it almost impossible
to get oyer them with, any degree
of satisfaction, and he is therefore
coming via Kansas City instead of
Mr. Khoetcn was making his
home with -Mr. John F. Wehrbein
and wife before he departed for the
war, having lived there for about
ten years and makes that his home
when here lie has made an excel
lent soldier, and he has been an ex
cellent young man and having ful
filled his mission as such, is now re
Dirning to civil life to take up his
work acain, and will make good in
whatever avocation he may chance
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at i p
i Do Not Sell or Trade Your
If necessary to dispose of them -bring
them to this Bank and we will pay you the
highest New York market price.
Also let us explain to you how you may
receive par for your Bonds.
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