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Dollars merely safe are not performing
their natural function. They are riot
working. They are not doing the owner
or the world any good.
Moreover, most hiding places thought to
besafe are decidedly unsafe. Not only
thieves, but fire or other unforeseen
happenings may rob you of your wealth.
Savins: Is Using
Dollars saved are safer! And they are
constantly working to earn more for you.
They are constantly working for the
good of the whole community.
Consider this. We pay you for sav
ing. And while you are caving,
your money 13 never out of reach.
It is always ready lor you and
., ' w 1
aouar will go it. r' 1 xjt .
in. f r r . . . i -i
I .; , "i-'i
idisin-i 'k- t ) If
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The Bank Of Ca.ss Couivty.
E L M W O O D
c to the h;ni: (or orv.(.- time, is
imp roving slowly t!.e ;;:('.-":
Mr. an: ?.ir. H'j-'h I rI cf Union
and Htrhort Sranfcr.i tf Ncliritka
City attdirh-.l t!:" fr:.:.rl of Henry
Staia'. rtI h-r on Mi imay.
Mr. aii'l Mr;-. V:n. anl
f hii'jTMi anJ Mr. zil Mr?. ISm Kit
s'! :--:it ia. at he Lcute of
Mr. ir. A. i I . UiiiU-:.
v. n. h
Kn.ma. Mr-, v l.tj.-f l.-.il! or A ':ilan-.
;(! littli Mi.s Uristine Jf.r.e.
Omaha, wcr SunIay vi-itori at t!;v
f:. V.. Cr'-'ti lioi.'i--. -
Mr. anJ Mrs. F. I Austin. ku;i,
Clark, ai:u Mrs. C. G. Imu'.'I.is ai. i
ilau.-ht'-r rtt'iritici .M-nlay evr.ir,.;
ironi ii a io trip to ix-nei cctinty.
to Nora f-nl Cr-.-sha:n. Xvbraeka.
Ira Holms wa down from near
Lincoln cn Monday vi.-itingr with
frit-nds h-re. Ira w lof;k:nu aroun 1
tj p-e if. he could rnt a fjrin as ho
would like to srot back !!ar Elm
wood. Harry Green returned from Chi
cago on f'riday r.itht. havii.R spent
a week in the Maxwell wall paper
house. lie. left Sunday night as
traveling salesman f.r tLis firm fill
ivs a territory in XebraFka. Io.a
and South IaV:ota.
Work will connr.ence this week on
the dissirn? for the new water main
to carry water to the west end of
town. A pood many had hejrun to
despair of ever having this work
commerced hut are mighty pla't
that it has at last started to look
as thotiiih it would materialize.
Lloyd Harnhart and wife were in
town on Sunday visiting; at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. 15. Cunningham.
Lloyd has Ju-t returned from over-
. having spent IS months over
there in the engineers department
and has -had much actual experience.
He returned to this country as a
convalescent having heen sick for
Mrs. John Parriott is quite sick
suffering from the after effects of
hums from an explosion when she
Ett?mpted to start a fire in a cook
strve with coal oil. It seems as tho
she hreath'-l some of the fumos
which is causing a good deal of
trniihle. At preset. t a nurse is em
ploye! to he!p care for her, but with
pood care it is hoped that she will
rspi'Hy improve. -
On Tuesday morning Fred Fleisch
n.an happened with an accident
v. '-.-reliy he had his hand badly lac
Ui.Z Lrti?il Ly c-oii,!tg ii
com act with tl:e coupling between
tr.e engine and separator in an effort
to couple up. While the enjury was
fonu what pninful and will cause him
to have a s.;ire hand far some time,
it i.j not serious and'medical atten
tion will have it all right soon again.
Johnnie Koop and James Thomp
ron are at th- yi. E. hospital in
Omaha, where I hoy underwent an
deration Lst v eek for appendicitis.
They are getting along nicely and
will soon be home again.
August I'anska. a former promi
nent farmer of thir. vicinity, but new
retired and living in Mnrdock. Iv-is
j. r chased a new Ford touring car
and their old Louisville friends may
hopt to f.ee them more frequently-.
Mrs. Fred Schliefert was unex
jxctedly called to Omaha last weok
K. be present at an operation on her
l.tpluw, Ralph Jones, of Omah. He
has had several operations at St.
Joseph hospital and is ntw getting
along as well as could be expected.
William Krecklow, cashier of tho
Burlington at the Plattsmouth sta
tion, son of W. F. Krecklow, of
Louisville, is taking a two weeks'
vacation which he is spending in-W-X-X-X-X-X-M-X-VH-': 1 WILL STAET PROPOSED
Colorado. His wife has been visit- . M IT U A 7 IS A
ing in the west and he went last News
weelc to Join her. 1
I If T r. .I. mnr, .1 r, -. (T . ...
from his duties as toll man at the
Platte river bridge last Monday and
FXIGHT IN FOUR DAYS
drove to Ashland to visit with his Mrs. John Dale.
son, Howard and family, it being' irs j " u steffens and son left
Mineola. N. Y., July 25. Capt.
Dorothv Goodman sr.ent this veek Ro-v N- Francis, who left Dayton
at the home of her aunt. Mr. and - at S:0S 'clock Friday morninS
in a Martin nomtung plane, landed
at Hazelburst field at 3:57 p. iu.
ation from which he seems to he en
Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Hennings hav-;
moved into "their fine new home
southeast of town, which has been
under erection for the past few
months. They moved back here
from Oklahoma and expected to
huild at once, but on account of the
restrictions on building during tho
war. they were considerably delayed-
but at last the house is finished
and they are comfortably settled
and their many old friends are pleas
ed to have them permanently set
tled in their midst again.
Henry Inhelder and George Wal
radt of Stanton came down last
week for a vis:: with relatives and
old friend3 and neighbors. Henry
went on to Xehraska City with his
family to attend a camp meeting of
tht Free Methodist church, before
icMirning to Stanton. Mrs. Inheld
er has been here for some time, visit
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Ingrim and family and other
James Hessenflow, the Cedar Creek
rural mail carrier, was in town, on
Tue?day to have his arm redressed.
Last Thursday Jim attempted to
crank his tin Lizzie but why tell
the rest. You know what Henry
Ford's offspring will do when she
5ets. ohsteperouf. His wrist was not
broken but Jim says the injury was
jrr-- as had so far as pnin is concern
ed. Dr. Worthman will have it in
v. erkinr order in a short time.
his first trip there since his recent j Wednesday aftefnflod for Lorion.' 1 ne ir,p was sa,Q IO Dave uw-n
return from the hospital in Omaha. where she visited a few day-. . j out incident- Captain Francis will
v, v, 1,n,i(,rn.(,n, n Eorimis nncr. , . ,, , . . remain nere aoom lour uajs ueiore
wnere ne underwent a serious oper- John Chappell moved into Ray, ...
Pollard's residence last Saturday and
will work for him on the farm.
II. B. Stone and wife left Satur
day afternoon for Del Xorte. and
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, for a
visit with relatives. They expect to
return home Sunday.
jiic -iJ4es jaauwc j.uiii:, eAQ t r , .;ii v,
Hinton. Alma Ost. and Anna Peter- j accorapanied bv Lieut. E. A. CIune.
son left today for an outing -A Lake prom Nonh piatfe he wi continiie
Okoboji. in Iowa. They wUl make gan rrancUco, lt315 miela away.
the trip in Miss Sheldon's car Ag his machjne has a cruising rad
The carpenter work on t..e scale, us of A su0 raile3 captain Francis
house and office at the Farmers ele-: faid ne anticipated no trouble in
vator was completed on Wednesday making either of the transcontinent
evening and is ready for plastering. ' ai iegs.
starting his proposed trans-conti
Captain Francis, who was accom-
1 panied by Lieut. T. W. Welch,' flew
; at an ltitude of 7,500 feet, bucking
the win dall the 650 miles.
On the next leg from Mineola to
Xorth Platte, Xeb.. a distance of
H. L. Thomas and family. Har-
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ley Thomas, Walter Schwartz and ...
Miss Lova Reynolds drove to Oma-
ha Sunday morning where they
spent the day at one of the resorts ...
in the metropolis.
Mr. Wm. Tucker, who is living
with his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Mag
ney was 82 years old last Sun-
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riav and at about noon a number of 1
Miss Mildred Butler returned on
Monday evening from Herman, at
which place she had spent a week'at
baskets to remind him of the day and i
enjoy a picnic dinner. The follow
ing families were nresent: W. B.
Virgin. B. O. Tucker, Robt. Bur- the bankil business at the Ameri
the home of hersister, Mrs. John
Johnson, since finishing her school
work at Lincoln..
who is learning
can State Bank in Omaha, came
down Tuesday night to attend the
funeral of her grandmother, - Mrs.
Mrs. T. F. Jameson came -down
ORDER YCUR 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.
Hi ATT &
TELEPHONE "NO. 4 OR 5
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis, of
Plattsmouth were visiting relative
here Sunday. "
. W. 15. Banning and Ray Frans
autoeu to Lincoln Saturday to look
after some business affairs.
Mrs. Joe Banning and two child
ren.- Lucian and Xola were shopping
in Xehraska City Tuesday.
W. B. Banning spent Monday
transacting business in Omaha prior
to hi departure for the west.
Mrs. Xettie Stanton ar.d Rev. J.
W. Taylor went to Xehawka Wednes
day on Chautauqua business.
Miss Margaret Xiday came down
from Omaha Saturday afternoon to
spend the week-end with her par
ents. Parm Applegate left last Monday
morning for his home in Lincoln af
ter visiting friends here the past
Having completed her six weeks'
course in sewing.. Mrs. Belle Frans
returned home frcm Lincoln last
Misses Marie and Eula Frans left
on the early train Tuesday morning
for Palmyra to visit a few days with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Earnest Anderson is packing
her household goods this week
preparatory to moving to Brule.
Xehraska. where her husband is lo
cated. Mr. and Mrs'. Curtis L. Dixon, who
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. Dixon's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Roddy, left Tuesday afternoon
for Fort Calhoun, where they will
begin housekeeping in their new
home at once.
C. W. Clark, returned home Sat
urday from Omaha, where he has
been confined in the St. Joseph hos
pital for the past four weeks re
covering from a serious operation.
Mr. Clark is doing- nicely now but
is still under the care of a nurse.
Ed Leach sold his property here
in town last Veek to L. G. Todd.
This is one' of the finest houses in
town and has a splendid location,
which makes it a desirable home.
Mr. Leach is undecided as yet just
where hewill go when Mr. Todd
Early Tuesday norning. W. B.
Banning, wife and son,' Hallie, also
Ray Frans - and Clifton Garrison
packed all their traveling accessor
ies in Mr. Banning's big seven pas
senger Willys-Knight and were off
for the west. They expect to be
gone about three or four weeks and
visit many interesting places in the J
west including the Yellowstone Xa-
('has. Reed, C. Switzer. Philip Keil,
O. V. Virgin and A. J. Tucker.
Twenty-nine were present to enjoy
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sturm and
daughter Miss Gertrude left the from Lincoln Sunday night, and the
latter part of last week for the 1 following morning, in company with
lakes of northern Minnesota where
they will spend the remainder of
the summer. The trip was made by
auto and they will nof doubt
enjoy the outing Their son Jus
tin who returned some time ago
from Jais school work at Boston is
t -iking care of his father's business
during his absence.
Ed. Andersen, who worked here a
few years 8 go for E. M. Pollard dur
ing apple harvest returned last
Saturday and is back at his old job
It will be remembered this paper
gave an account of him having been
killed in a railroad accident. a couple
rf years ago. He ihfbrmVTtisTrjnds
it was a cousin instead, but hi?
pparanoe here was quite a sur
jrise as no tine kiew the truth of
the matter. Like most other young
men he has only been out of the
fr rvice a short while.
Dan Wilson, one of the first Xe-
!-.awka boys to enlist in the army
f nd also the last one to return
Lome arrived here last Saturday
f nd is visiting his relatives and
friends. Dan enlist;d in the Cth
Nebraska, went to Deming.' X. M.,
where he was in the M. P. Eervice
end later being transferred into
the infantry was sent to France
where he saw much actual fight
ing. He was in France one year.
He returned home the southern
rotue and spent about three weeks
on the wafer.
Shirt axd overall special at Wes
"otts. Have a look.
A car load of live .poultry, to be
delivered at poultry car near Bur
lington Freight Depot, Plattsmouth,
ITebr., on Thursday July 31 one day
only, for -which we will pay in cash
liens, per lb. 26c
Springs, per lb. -34c
Old Boosters, per lb. 13c
Ducks, per lb. : 20c
Eeef Hides, per lb. 32c
Horse Hides, each $14.00
Remember the date, we will be on
hand rain or shine and take all
care of all poultry offered for. sale.
W. E. KEENEY.
DR. H. G. LEOPOLD
Spcrlat Attention to Dtwaim of Woun
ACUTE DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
I have. some snaps in lands ' in
Gage, Pawnee and Johnson' counties,
Nebraska with easy terms. It will !
paj you to see me for a home or in- j Night Calls Answered After Hours
vestment. Mockenhaupt Land Com- j anfl Sundays by Appointment
Mrs. T. R. Boone, who was here.
went to Murray to visit at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Brendel.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christensen and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Xelson arrived
Monday night in their car from Pal
mer. They came down to attend the
funeral of Mr. Christensen's sister,
Mrs. Stine Mogensen.
Soren Klgaard and family of Eu
gene, Oregon, arrived lafi Thursday
night and are visiting at the home
of his brother. Chris J. Elgaard. Sor
en has sold out in Oregon and is
looking for a location in this part of
Llhe .country v.. -
John X. Carter sold his home and
acreage property last week to Geo.
Record, v.ho will take possession th"
tirst of October. Consideration was
?.1,800. Mr, Carter had planned a
trip to the western part of -ilie' state
before he sold out, which he will
probably take soon and invest in
Chris Miller sold his SO-acre farm
just south of town last week to Glen
.Atchison of near Elm wood. The new
owner will take possession March 1st
2s which time Chris will move to his
160-aere farm east of town he re
Mr. and Mrs Will Streight and
daughter and Mr. Streight's sister-in-law,
were over from Plattsmouth
Sunday calling at the L. P. Wolcott
Mrs. Alice Jenkins and her sister.
Mrs. Katie Mullens, were down from
Manley Saturday evening. Mrs. Jen
kins is staying in Manley while her
daughter. Miss Clara, is visiting in
John Boome. who had just re
turned from France, where he spent
one of the three years he was in
the service, visited his sister, Mrs.
Clarence Erhart, of Grand Prairie,
Sunday, and left Monday morning
far Missouri to visit his parents.
Col. -Wm. Dunn, our auctioneer,
goes to Casper, Wyoming, this week
to cry a sale of 2,000 head of range
horses. The sale is dated for three
days, Thursday, Friday and Satur
day. July 24. 25 and 2Cth and Mon
day and Tuesday the 2Sth and 29th
he willcry at the big horse sale at
South Omaha and on Wednesday of
next week Mr. Dunn will start from
here with his family in the ,auto for
the ranch in Wyoming where the
family will visit, returning home in
time for-school. The Colonel will be
kept busy the next two weeks.
"I5TBt:MF:NT4I.ITIF!S OF THR riVITKD ST4TES VKHXMnWT"
FARM -LOAN BOPJQS
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
Ohas. . Parmele,
Bank of Cass County
Plattsmouth .... Nebraska
claiming any interest of any kiii'l in ,
jsiiiil real estate, or any part thereof:
You and earli of you are lierel.y no-
tifietl that on t!ie :M.th lav of .July,.
a petition was hied: in the Iis- j
trict Court of Cass county, Xehraska, t
in whii !i 11. K. Coiner ami J. V. Comer
were plaintifls, arol Mrs. John Snyik-r,
f.r.-t real name unkiiown, wife of.
John Snyder; Sanloru . .-pratlen. it
livinfr. if deeeas-'d. his unknown heirs,
devisees, lotiatees, personal represen
tatives a?id al) inner persons interest
ed in his estate: Win. H. Spratlin, if
living, if d-reased. 1 is unknown heirs
ilev.isces. legatees, p-rsolial represen
tatives and all otr.er persons interest
ed in his estate;. W'r.i. II. Sprat len. if
livintr. if deceased, his unknown heirs,
nevisees-, letiatees. personal represen
tatives and all other persons interest
ed in his estate: Thomas .1. Miller, if
living. If deeefc.se,!, his unknown heirs,
i.evisees. legatees, personal represen
tatives and al! persons intere.-ted in
his estat-: the unknown heirs, person
i.l I -i ; reseri tat ires and all other per
sons interested in the estate of Addie
Crime.', liii ta.-.ed: the unknown owners
and unknown claimants of the south
vest (iiiat'e! of the northwest quarter
(SU'U NVV'4.1; t l.e northwest quarter
'if the southwest quarter (NWJ4 SV
'-i 1 : tie n.Mth half of the southwest
liuarter of the southwest quarter i.N
'2 SW SV:4. all of Section nineteen
Township ten ill1). North Kanee
lourteen 1 14 t, east i f the t:th 1'. M..
Cass county. Xehraska: ami all per
sons claiming: any interest of any kind
in said real estate or any part there
of, were defendants.
The object ami prayer of which pe
tition are to quiet the title in the plain
tills. H. F. Comer and J. AS". Comer, to
the southwest quarter of the north
rst quarter 1SW4 XW'il the north
east quarter of the southwest quarter
INK' SW'4i; tlif north hulf of the
southwest quarter of the southwest
quarter ( X V2 SV,' SV!i). all of Sec
tion nineteen lliti. Township ten (Jut.
Xorth j.anjre fourteen 14i, east 01'
tl;e i:th i'. M., I'ass county, Xehraska.
hecause said plaintifls have lad the
actual, open, notorious, exclusive nnd,
aoveis" possession tl.ereot and every
part and parcel thi reof fur more than
ten years last past prior to the com
menci ment of said action, and for
i'ou and each of you are further no
tified that you an- required to an
swer said petition on.or hefore Mon
da, the ..lh dav of September, 3 M 1 y.
H. F. CoMKf:,
;. "w. cm 1:1:.
C. A. KAWI.S.
2. x 2.
"Hif c?m:-VlJ L!Tri: tight and
Endorsed lv more than .Vi,0f)
satisfied users throusrhout the en
- t r V I T,TL r-i i- n r-j
Tel. D. 50:3 Omaha, Neb.
the cinned tomatoes are listed by
the government at 12U to 16 cents,
and are being advertised by Omaha
tlealers for sale 122 cents. Thr
The supplies stored at Omaha and
cfiercJ for sale by the government
include large quantities of rice, at
! 1 cent?; beans at 12 cents; hominy
(in 2-lb. packages) at 10 cents; tc
uiatoe?. at 12U to 1C cents can;
evaporated apples at 14 cents pound;
evaporate 1 peaches at 12 cents an !
rvripotatcd prunes at 1?. cent. There
ire also 3 00.000 cans of ba'xed bean
and largo qiinn'ities of canned corn
beef. ro"uPt beef and correi f
0I.IAEA FIJTDS BUYING OF
Mayor Smith of Omaha, who has
personally investigated the food sup
plies being offered for sale by the
War department says he finds them
impracticable for the city to under
take buying with a view to selling
to its citizens in retail lots.
The mayor says the so-called army
bacon, is more salt pork than oacon.
ps we know it, and is only eaten by
a certain class of workers. whilo
FREMONT MAN MAKES $300
PEE ACRE FRO! POTATOES
Fremont. Neb.. July 2.1. Sain II.
Maxwell, a Fremont true farmer,
is harvesting more than 5300 worth
of potatoes to the acre, while most
alj other gardeners are sadly disap
pointed in the yield of timbers. Mr.
Maxwell has sold $1,500 worth of
spuds from less than five acres. He
attributes his success to treatment
of the Feed bi fore planting and reg
ular spraying done during cultivation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goehner and
little babe, of Seward. Nebraska,
arrived in the city yesterday even
ing for an over Sunday visit with
Mrs. Goehner's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. II. N. Dovey and other rela
tives and friends.
To Mrs. John Snyder, first real name
unknown.- wife of John Miyufr: San-
ford Y. Snratlen. if livfns;. if deceas
ed, his unknown heirs, devisees, lepra
fes, personal representatives and all
oiher Terons interested in h's estate;
Wm. H. Spratlin, if livintr, if deceas
ed, his unknown heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal representative" and 11
other D?rsons interested in hi estate:
AVm. H. Spratlen. if livinfr. if deceas
ed, bis unknown heirs, devisees, lega
tees? personal representatives unit 'l
other persons interested in his estate;
Thomas J. Miller, if livinsr. if deceas
ed, his unkno-wn heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal representati ves and all
other persons interested in his estate;
the unknown heirs, personal represen
tatives and all other persons interest
ed in the estate of Addie Grimes, de
rasfd: the unknown owners and un
known claimants of the southwest
""ti of the northwest quarter 4SW
XW'il: the northwest quarter of
the southwest quarter (NW4 SW);
i the north ha.- of the southwest quar
4 t f tho soi T h- -".
8:80 a. m. to 12:001;30 p. m. to 5:30 all of P-ct?n -'-teen n
J. (1 HI M IC1I V i, i'Ui lij ii(UI t a i U 4
tiagt at the icaiXJU OmOft. Pki i lailSmOUUl, iCO. county, Nebraska, and all pi
Mmi2KMiai:CTiaM.:;:B im- ;;:;a::m;:.a.::;;E::::a zmot.xu im mm vm :mzm.a
10-20 Titan kerosene burner, with tliree-bot-'.
torn plow, delivered $1,300.00
Also the 1 2-25 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 $1,185.00 Delivered
CHANDLER CARS AT $1,975.00 Delivered
I. H. C Trucks DeLaval and Primrose
Five-passenger Ford touring car $250.00
Monroe roadster, a bargain at 450.00
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