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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
PLATT5M0TTTH 5EK-v7IZELY J0HRIA1
Your Business Partner I
It is a food bank's duty to assist its
clitrts in the solution cf their problems
v.heibtrthey be the prob!err.sof a mer
chant cr a farmer. Ecth are businessmen.
In fulfilling this morel obligation, we like
to ccn-icitr our organization as your
business parir.tr interested in ycur
success and eager to forward ycur plans.
y u wish sound advice in seeking credit,
n.ci trg investments, or even the more
personal problems of yo-r busiress you
v.ili be welcomed here. Ycu will find a
talk with cur officers helpful.
Thi-. service is in add-on tothoecc:r. ir.'y attrib
uted to barks a:.d in a ruark oi cjr E;-.r.,rec:l:o lor
visit with relatives. She experts tendance nt the National Eelncatior.
cNS'to be pnne a coupl-- of weeks. fal association. They visited Mr?.
Airs. Liss Austi:i and son. Yernie. Raker's mother. Mrs. Marv Rago.ss.
m of Wnltliill uhn mtfnt ihe nrisf v.-ei; in Louisville, over Sundav.
V wr.rt to how ycu tht this bsnk w?.r.ts yojr
l.u?ine5. And we v. ant to
f-:;ow yt u the rr.acy trcc
ti.Til her.e"ts "on rr.-eiv
threvgh piecing it here. fL' 1
' tk X. M W w
BMIi WITH US
5i Css Loip-y.
viriitins at the lionie of II. Austin, j
returned home Pnnday iifti rnoon. j H
Miss Virginia Harris, who has '
iecii visiting the past tun we.l.sjy
with rehitivas in lrt I'mdce. lowa.l.
itrr.riied home Tiiesuav s-.l I err.oon. 1
if. (. H- .v. if. if. At y
H H t H
Dr. Charles M. Swab find I;r.
.i. liarritt attended t lie Medical
eonveu! if;i Tnexh.y which wjs l:eld
at tlie fitliet' i f Ir. Tl:(.'iias oi" W.-"i-iilV
Mr. and Mrs. l.ee Morrison
Monday al'ternoon for a trip thru
N Lraska and Colorado. They expect
in lie tone a couple of weeks anil
will visit ario;ts places in b.jt h j
Hoy Woods :uid Connie Ash lock,,
v. ho have been with th' A. K. i iij
France, returned home last week, i
There are only a few I'nion boys lei'i ,
over there and most of them ex pec:
to le- honie soon.
Miss Verna Harris, who is enjoy
ins a week's vacation from her dit
ties at the Sheldon Mia. Co.. offic-:
i.. i..-. i i Wednesday
tor i'awiit'C ( !ty. v!'er." slie vv:;l vis
it l.er friend, Mrs. Joe Wheeler.-
Corporal C. 1'. Ai'plepate came j
down from Lincoln on Wednesday)
morning lor a vi.-it with relatives
:iti( friond-i rm is back ill civil-!
f.(1i?pc!::d the day at the Dome oi .Mrs.
Mrs. Hormmi Hillman left Satur
day mornins for Sioux City, Iowa, to
Miss Mildred Travis went to Sht!
bert Friday to visit a irl friend and
15. L. and W. M. I'hilpot went to
Omaha Thursday morning to drive
down three Maxwell auto trucks.
Mrs. J. M. Ranney returned homo
Saturday night from a three week;'
i.-it with home folks in Illinois.
Mrs. Kmma Harry went to Fall
City Friday morning for a visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kd
Frank McNurlin. of Sunny Sifle.
and his brother, John, from JMatts-
nouth, were business vi.-itors in town
i A. Skarmis. who nas tieen clew:;
j In m Omaha shocking wheat during
jl.is vacation returned to Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. (I. K. IMnr.er am!
f.imilv autoed to Lincoln Sunday to
ian clothes again having receiv
rvic e las', i
;.d ; i )
. I T.i C! S' '!
a I :i a ; v.-
1 ' I liar I '
. ' ! i jr.-
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t he ( rm:
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: r c roj.
Lrtice Wolfe returned hoi
day night from camp, where ! has
'.: stationed since his return from
France. l'.ruce was one of the li r;
:a : to enlist in the service. h ii;,.
bet-Mt:" a men. her .f t!:e Cth Nt luas
!; T:achi:ic sun co:ipa::y at Flat: -mou'Ii,
in June, 1117.
fm y y 3f ir f-
1 ' i;
!. v. .
h r- 1::: '
r.: : :.: :i .:. drove Ij:-
y ::; Jaie tie v.
l-;t l!:t i:et tl:"
. ' . i I t jjnsSl- li Si . -.
H A V
1 ho:: e
a. j 'it r
V- ; ! n
' rs (!:.
-tr.iniy a -:rt:.
vr. - rr..rt-.t tr
,' it::' i-avy. ai
:y :::; : . h.i-
I : Th.- s rvic-l':-h
1 his iir t-clas-h.-t
r;-at credit arid
hou'.l he pre;;.;
. .: i i::
c-, i ;
:!.:, i. i
-lr ! i
family tuv.-n '
rt o." last we. k
yed as t rm! '
;'he:ie r..:.!p".'!V ar.-l
thi place l.is home.
;.n h -re wo : hot: I '
r-! j C-.ri-e i:.-.-::i::Tt ,
r. C'lrh;;:- '. e.U
. a rr i!- t :-:
; e. s to Mk
! h a trc ihie
ve son." t,.tt'-r s-rv;e than in t!; :
!( all the work done at this
';'.. ' r.ere:.-f.-re was taken ca re o'.
u-.: th" l;e:u!. ;:;;:rt .rs at Wet p
! ::. ' V.':it-r.
!-"rt 1 I'. F.i"ch. proprietor of th.e
j !.!'!(? To;:: cry ar.tt (lent.1 Tailoring
it:' I'hattMu: n'h. was i;i t'.wn -n bu--;:.-:-
. : -).;,ri time t lu- ;:r:-t of t he
:v. e,-",;. ; ! -. l;-,!-rh has nil'.- ( ' the
t s'. re- and stoc'.s in the coua
:;y and i , e:;joyii2?r a spl-iiilid busi-
L. Fal.iit-r. of fJ:iiahr.
rt 1 : i v
to v. r.
v.'-.a a C'i:::ilv ::..
la. t Saturday, where rhe
t d Ik:, in'1: s.
1. llarti.iat! was at S'-otts-
.-It; it over Sn.itlay. w!;ere he preach
(i a ti. i - sio::;. ry i.crimm.
! r. f. A. L. Flecker. v':; is atfii''.-::-r
.- lior.er scho.d ii Lincoln, vi-ii-1
dv. S 'e;i wtiu his L.mily.
O. .ir i-Uhi.ic:..: Ivft Saturday for
:;:; ard. ?.'orrill -unty, for a wv"k
. : i; v. ;:!, the- I '. A Jarrdr-on fa::: -
John Wise was in town this morn-
ting between trains whil" en his way
i'rom Atchison to O'Neill to visit hi
J. M. liarkhurst came up fro::.
Xebrsisku City this morning to as
? i:-T ui-. bro:he. C. 1! . s!:.ck hi.
a heat and oats.
Ar::Ol.l Fitzj.atrick, of the M-.rray
ii iiiity. returned Wedt.s.L.y eveu-
Ciiug ! null i raiiir. iws si i'. i i mi.i
:.t the tram acre.
! Mr and j.'rs. Al N. Hafoe and sot:.
i ;. r.iotoro; over iru:u utui:.-
.1,..' n.ee; tl:e i! i v : '
: t 11 k-'lli.WJ.. MM' . i . . . . - . -
, he F. L. Hunter hot:.".
Mrs. Mary Hohack r; .-ei -,-ed a :.:r---..-;-ge
from Oxlord T!:ur-!ay f:,r r.o.. :
::n.o;:iii!iir the death of her broth
er. No particulars were giv-n.
Mr. W. F.liis c: ti e up fro:r.
' lis.'iuiri Saturday evti. ir.g for u
ihree weeks' t isit at the home of hi
)ti. (leorge K. Ellis, the jeweler.
IVter Lund went to Omaha thi:
morning, expecting, to bring home
is wii. who ha? breu takine t rt-a t
eej.t at a hospital there the last
: mr weks.
Mr aed Mrs. John Curey ai.o
r? ) 1 -(;-. o,ii r drove i.i from FraJ
haw Wednesday evening. Mr. Curcy
ft ffm i 9 fi rjji
v Bizwrffl rwrmzwraTa ;:::e:':':b:il:q. r;Bra::i::a m m :;:: ran mim
Miss I.'r.th Fitzgerald has
'U.n c'iiy io vi-ii :.t the Frank 1".
Wal.-h country hr me for a fev
licnrv Stat:d:r made a Imsincss
::ie loj'.vill assitt his aunt, Mrs. J. L. Hit!
him? in settling up the estate.
Mrs. Guy Newton and baby c
es Moines, Iowa, arrived Saturday
vening for a visit with her .moth
trip to l'lattsmouth last Saturday or. Mrs. George liunyan ami her
' :i a
i: r. rac
111 h T
a a I I
. n to do
'.1 parts of
chav.ka ladies ati 1
uular custo-mers t:
: a very agreeable
be .: it; ess with.
.v: ; i tf. fi. f.
5 rf 9, 5f
J '.'i Frvi-i : r.d Li lis LaLu? lei":
'!..y afternoon tor Grant.
1 r. t'i.arles Swab was lutsy Wed-
performed three op-
. .Xnletst n. of Omaha, is the
ef Mr. and Mrs. M. G. .Mr
A car load cf live poultry, to be
c,';livered at poultry caj r.car Ear-
j l. !a thark visited Saturday r.nd
, r..:r..h'.y v. i'hher sister. Mrs. O. V.
Fi.n.ey. -f Auburn.
W. L. Taylor, of ?'anning. Iowa,
was hT visitir.fr friends and rela-
v.h're he was looking after so::o'
business at the ce'.:rt l:ou.-e.
Ir. I. M. Neely. of Flmwood. h is
sold his practice to Dr. 1 Jeering,
formerly c f Sjtton. !r. Neely i a
pic tit-er physician of Cass county.
James Stander ami niece. Mi-
F-lith Stamhr. have returned fr.-.tn
the Centenary celebration of Meth
ii;.t missions at Columbus. Ohio.
I'.ev. Samuel K :ser, pastor of the
T.i. K. church, has gone io Cleveland,
Ohio, to visit his daughter, ami lii
brother, and will be gone-about two'
Ir. and Mrs. Will Clark, of Lin
coln and Dr. Clark's sister, of St-w-ard
drove down Sunday to visit a'
ihe home of Mrs. Clark's brother.
:. Ii. Nichols.
John l'rhart. son of Mrs. Cather
ine Frhart, of Manby. is at the St.
To: nil's hospital in Omaha, recover
iug from a recent operation L;r ap
Charles Schlcppy. of Indianapolis,
indiana. has returned to his home
;iter an cxtendtd si ay with his sis
; r. Mrs. J. M. Jackman and fam
ily at the I'latte river toll lio:w.
of Li need n.
was the guest of Miss Fdith May
I'cdd and other friends last week.
id:e was accc mpanied by her broth
er. Orpheus Folk, who recently re
turned from France.
.Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fankcnin and
children and Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Wood and children drove to Omaha
last Sunday to spend the day in
Fivcrvlcw park. They report a de
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ilichcy and
son, Marion, cf Omaha, are enjoying
an auto trip to Chicago, where they
go on business for the Katler Fot-
t-randnarrnts. Mr. and Mrs. Owen
The horse shoe pitching is taking
'ii considerable interest these day
rnd we understand that Isaac Wile
and II. I). IteeJ showed the boys
how to pitch Tuesday in a f-gam
Mr. and Mrs. John Crozier and
.'.!'. Thomas Crozier and daughter
Mice, accompanied by Rev. W. F.
Haskins, autoed to Omaha Wedne
.'.ay to take Miss Alice to the Metho
Howard Record returned Satur-
t1 :y evening, having received hm dis
charge from the service in the navy,
low ard made - four round tripi
across the pond, one trip as a cor.-
toy and three on transports.
Oscar Mack, one of our returned
ildier boys, win saw actual service
in France and received two wounds
v as in town Wednesday on his
way to Lincoln to be examined by
a physician as his wounds were giv
ing him some trouble. Oscar ha
I cen working near Auburn since re
i.irning home. ITe expects to go to
Manhattan. Kansas, to take school
ing in electricity.
tivvs the t.rtt of the v.-ck.
C barter. V. Severvn. of Srl'iivlfr. I iirv enmnnnv makinrr the trin
I:::t-icn trein. epot. ria.isoutj, i , ;rp(.(1 (.ver here Monday to visit , combination of busine-s and pleas-
fir., on Thursday July er.e csy . . vhn on hi, jy home from ! ure.
:tVv. for v!iich ve V.VJ pr.y :n ca:h j ..i(o,n I GeorFe r. Recd and mother, of
.3 1 "Wurd has been received by Floyd Weeping Water and Mr. and Mrs
ii-ns. vxT l.
rrintrs. :r lb. -c
( '1 Co-, pr lb. 1 14c
r-.cks. r?r Lb. 232
I- cf Hide?, per ib. Z2:
Ii'orse Ilide;, each 1 "slo.CO
PwCUicnbcr the elite, we will bi cr.
1 r.nd rr.tn cr shin ar.i talis all
c ie cf poiiltrv cfTered for rale.
V. E. KEE1IEY.
M. . ...
I will-pay the folloTrinj prices
Saxon cf the safe arrival of his! Henry Ashley, of California, were in
i brother. Ruben, w ho is just return- town last Sunday and were supp?r
iing from France. ! guests at the home of Henry Ragos.s , delivered at Mynard, Wednesday,
: Mrs. D. C. Lakiif and son. Lu- in the cnintry. Mr. Reed and Mr. Rn- Thursday end Friday cf tllis week :
cian. r--tnn:ecl home last Thursday goss being old time school friend;. Hens 26c
from Magnet, where they visited for Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Raker, of Roosters 12c
several weeks with relatives. Tellurite, Colorado, arrived the lat- Springs IV2 to 2l2 DS 32c
Mrr-. -.1. U. Ai. yuma ieii iua'i:. ter pari 01 msi. weeK iroru -vin-aftcrnoon
for Chanute. Kansas, for waukee, where Mr. Baker was in at-
Ralph Green was on the sick list
r.everal days this week.
11. A. Williams has a new Ford
car equipped with a self starter.
J. L. Ring celebrated his C4th
birthday on Tuesday of this week.
Dr. J. S. Deerjng is having the in
terior of his office painted and
II. C. Heath and family of Lin
coln, were visitors in Elm wood . on t
Henry Stanford is still quite sick
at his home with little improvement
in his condition.
Mrs. Reynolds, of Kansas, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Liston, is
visiting here this week.
R. W. G recti having a cellar
dug under his house this week. Ib
is also adding a front porch.
Floyd Coon came down from Oma
ha Friday for a short visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coon.
Frank Warner returned on Mon
day from a trip to points in the
west, where he had been looking at
Will Comer, wife and son. of Ma
sesta, Kansas, visited several days
with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Comer of
George Gorham and wife, of Dun
lap. Iowa, visited at the home of
John Gonzales and Clark Gonzales
J. Ik Sutheralnd went to Lincoln
Saturday to see a sister, who is in a
hospital and is very low, suffering
Mr. and Mrs. Trosser. of Rloom
fiehl. Nebraska, arrived Wednesday
night for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Railey.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Fast returned
on Monday evening from an auto
tirp out near Fairbury, where Mr.
Hast went to look after his land in
terests. Mr. and Mrs. Chris F.ackemcyer
i:d children, of Waco, Nebr.. motor
d to Flmwood and spent Sunday
with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. F.
Mrs. A. W. Neihart returned 0:1
Monday evening from St. Louis,
where she visited her daughter. Mrs.
"irt Kilmer. and Ottumwa. Iowa,
v.here she visited tre Loom is family.
Mr. ami Mrs. Oxley. of Carroll.
Nebraska, arrived Thursday evening
ir: their Oakland roadster for a
-hort visit at the home 01 .Mrs. x-'ey-5
parent-. Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gustin. son Clark
?.nd Mrs. G. G. Douglas and daugh
ter, Ellen, left Monday in the Gus
tin car for Gresham and will visit
short time with Dr. W. N. Hyl
ten and family.
The ice problem is a big one. It
is impossible to procure ice at all at
present, except in very small quan
tities. The ice plant is the satisfac
tory method and would be a paying
thing for our city.
10-20 Titan kerosene burner, with three-bottom
plow, delivered $1,300.00
Also the 12-25 Huber Light Four tractor with
three-bottom plow included, delivered. . . .$1,640.00
WE WILL NOW BE IN A POSITION TO MAKE
DELIVERIES ON DODGE BROS. AND
DODGE BROS. CARS AT.
CHANDLER CARS AT. . .
. .$1,185.00 Delivered
. .$1,975.00 Delivered
I. II. C. Trucks DeLaval and Primrose
Five-passenger Ford touring car,
Monroe roadster, a bargain at. .
JOHN F. GORDER,
wa.x.a::' .H;.;:;:'n e.E'':. B;: e; ;"a: ' ' 3.
i s: , 2 :c:::: e." ar:. s. :;:a: a ra: i
VV. T. RICHARDSON
To William H.-nnett. if living, if lc-ee:i.-e.!.
bis tinknown lit-irs, rtevisees,
i.-irs.lees. !M-innjl re; rfMii t a I i ves and
I! eiiiei- iieisens i ii t f rc 1 1 il in tlie es
irtte ef W'iltiriin l'.einieti: Will. II.
-j.;t t !. if lixiiie;, if tlt t-ease.l. Ids 1111
:;eiv.;i heirs, iieviset-.-, lt-e:atees. fer
vunal repi eentat ives ami all other
.erstms i uteres ted in the estate of
Y-.-m 1 1. Sl.ei.uril: .John H. ifurnham. il
liv ing, ilei eusel. his unknown heir?'
1. leiriitees. neisonal reiresenta
'ives ;il:l :;!! ether I'ersons intereste.l
o ii,.- estate of John II. lliniiham:
Ven :ieit e:ich of von are hereby
,:itit'.eil that on ti t- Jlst (lay of July
J'.'iH. a iH-tition was filed in the
. liet Court of Cass county, Nebraska
-.rt whit h Anna White, lininerly Anna
Viuintr: Cut herine t'.apen. formerl?
C'athi-rine Ynuni:; Viola Wiley, forin
rls Viola Yonns; Isahelle Yeanff. Bur--111
V ..uTiir and Arthur Youns, were
left ndants. and XVilliam Itt nnott. if
liviiiir. if deceased, liis unknown heir
iicvisees. letratees. personal represen-
.utives and all otiit-r persons inter
ested in the estate of William Jien-
mtl; Ym. il. Shepanl. if living, if ile
ease.l. his unknown heirs, devisees
legatees, nei sonal rein esentat ives and
; 11 other persons i nt ! est en in liu
estate of Wtn. H. Shepard: John 11
I:t!i nliam. if liinu. 11' ileet-ased. his
uiinimvi'ii lien-s, iit-visees, leyaiees,
personal representatives and all other
I'Koas liiteresieo m the estate 01
o.lin II. 1-tiirnhatn. were defendants.
The object and prayer of wjiich pe
tition are to ijuiet the title 111 the
;.!ai:it ift's. Anna White, formerly Anna
uiuiif;: Catherine (iaiien, formerly
Catherine ltiunj;; viola Wiley, lorm-
erly viola luung; lsabelle loun
tlurtun Vouns; and Aitluir Younp;, to
i.ot four (41 in the southeast quarter
of the southwest quarter (SE1, SW'',4):
Lot five ( ." ) in the northeast quarter
1 -f the southwest quarter l.NE'i t ) :
Lot fourteen llti in the nortlieast
iiuartt-r of the southeast quarter (NK'i
:4: Lot liftecn tir.i in the north
est qui.rter of the southeast quarter
(AWL Si-;1.); the south half of the
southeast quarter s.L',4). an in
.-e tion thirteen (t:). i'ownshir eleven
(11). North ItaiiKe thirteen (13), east
ot the (ih I M. ; also the west halt
of the southwest quarter (W'z i?W'4)
of Seeiion eighteen (IS), township
eleven (11), North liatiire fourteen (14)
east of the fith 1. M., -tjass county, Ne
braska, because sanV plaintifts have
had the actual, open, notorious, ex
clusive and adverse possession there
of, and every part and parcel thereof
r more than ten years last past
prior to the eomniencenieni 01 sani
action, and for equitable relief.
1 du anu tach of you are further
noliritd that you are required to an-
er said petition on or before Aion
y, tiic .th 1 ay of September, 191s).
Formerlv Anna Young'
Formerly Catherine Young
i-'ormeilv Viola Young:
. ISABKLLK YOUXG.
C. A. RAV.'LS. Attornej.
BIO rErrlBEBSUIP DRIVE ON
in Piattsmouth by
IHE BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMAN
YlOMANRY admits men and women on absolutely
equal basis and terms.
YEOMANRY fosters through its homesteads the most
cordial sociality among its members.
YEOMANRY INSURANCE the most solid and most
attractive in the world.
With full protection in event of death, it combines:
Total Disability Benefit
Old Age Benefiis.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO DIE TO WIN
FOLiCY WORTH full face value from date of delivery.
THE RATE wrill never increase just high enough to
be safe low enough to enable you to carry all
the protection you want, need and should have.
For further particulars, see, call up or write to
M. P. JACOBSON, District Manager.
Wagner Hotel, Piattsmouth.
SHIPPING EOAPlD VESSEL
EAHMED AED GROUNDED
Philadelphia, July 17. The ship
ping hoard steamer Scantic was col
lided with early today hy a loaded
Large and forced aground. The
Scantic, with a cargo of coal for
Rotterdam, was anchored off Glou
cester, X. J., ready to fail, when
the harge. whose captain lost his
hearings in the fog, crashed into
her side. The sailing of the Scantic
will not be interfered with. The
bow of the barge was smashed.
WILL VISIT IN THE NORTH
I an operating a cream rtation at
Mynard. Will appreciate your busi
ness. Bring in your cream and take
your check and empty can home
with you. W. T. RICHARDSOX.
Read the Journal for all the news.
From Saturday's Dally.
Mrs. T. U. Hates departed this
morning via the early Missouri Pa
cific train for Minneapolis, where
she will visit with her sister. Mrs.
Ct'y French for about a month. Mrs
1'ates has not seen her sister for
two years and is contemplating a
most enjoyable visit amidst the co.d
climate of Minnesota.
OR. H. C. LEOPOLD
--tl Attrntloo to Ilarm f YYomr
ACUTE PIS CASKS TRKATKD
Eyes .Tested and Glasses Kitted
Night Calls Answered After Hours
and Sundays by Appointment
i.30 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 5 :."!
ORDER YOUR CREAM OF US!
Skinner's or Burns' Bread
Bulk Olives, 25c per pint
Fresh Green Peas and New Potatoes
Try us for all kinds of lunch goods for picnics
Fresh Celery Plants for sale.
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