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TKUBSBAY. JULY 31 1819.
FIATT5HGUTH SEMI-WEEEx? JOTTExiAI
BIS PSEEflBERSillP DRIVE ON
in Plattsmouth by
THE BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMAN
YEOMANRY admits men and women on absolutely
equal basis and terms.
YEOMANRY fos ters through its homesteads the most
cordial sociality among its members.
YEOMANRY INSURANCE the most solid and most
attractive in the world.
Willi full protection in event of death, it combines:
Total Disability Benefit
Old Age Benefits.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO DIE TO WIN
POLICY WORTH full face value from date of delivery.
I HE RATE will 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, Plattsmouth.
'it B a M M IVaBBBM
9Tt 5ft 9f 9fc
Loss Of Appetite.
As ;i ?'-:i-ral nil" there is noth
ing Ff-rjojjs alxyit a los.s of appetite,
and if you skip a meal or only cat
two n-als a day for a few day you
will rin n have a rrlih for your
meal- when meal time comer-. Uear
In mind that at least five hours
thoiild always elapse bttwien meals
so a.i to pive the food ample tii.T? to
1 : t - ' ar.'i tl.e fn::arh a period cf
tcr Infants and Children
In Use or Over 30 Years
rest before a second meal is taken.
Then if you eat no more than you
crave and take a reasonable amount
of outdoor exercise every day you
will not reed to worry about your
appetite. When the loss of appetite
is caused by constipation as is often
the case, that should be corrected
at once. A dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets will do it.
Chiriberlain's Colic. and
ThU medicine always wins the
cood opinion if not the praise of
those who use it. Try it when you
have need of such a remedy.
All the news when it is news.
That's what you'll find in the Jour
nal. l"c per week delivered.
Cur -irst DigS jf Of World War
nz-uxtG&j&U'y VET E: RAWS
Au0U5t 32 to Sept. s
UKQUESTrorLBLYl5IGGESr AND FAIR EVR ATTEMPTED
LIVE STOCK SHOW OF BEE? AND OAlOY CATTLE
CC Hit AND INDIVIDUAL O'iPLAYS OF AGAICULTUftff-
PCULTRY smow-apple show- manufactorew
EXM'DIT- MACHINERY TRACTORS SCHOOL AND
UjcJiOnal displays including SOYS' ao ciriS'
Er ST AND CLEANEST ATTRACTIONS
5QOO PRODUCTION IN T"i REWOB KS O' BATTUE OF SAINT
A-0 PEACE JuBH.EE
THREE RING CIRCUS AUTO HARNCSS'AND RUNNING,
FAMILY OUTING -RELAXATION' DIVERSION IDEAS
Mr. Morgan, of Lincoln spent Sun
day with Wm. Bourke.
Alex Landholm returned Monday
from a trip to Colorado.
Miss Viola Everett spent Sunday
with friends in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lawton were
shopping in Lincoln Saturday.
'1 lair Richardson, of Lincoln,
spout Sunday with relatives at this
Mies Elenore Gakemeier was home
from Lincoln to spend Saturday and
Mrs. Qan Panska and Mrs. John
Oakemeier were shopping in Omaliu
Mr. and Mrs. George Berger, of
Elmwood, visited at the August
Panska home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baclceneyr
and children spent Sunday wi?h Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Long.
Mrs. Kathryn Dinnezzo returned
Thursday to her home in Omaha af
ter a short visit here.
Harry McDonald and family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gillespie motor
ed to Omaha last Friday.
Miss Eva Sorick and Miss Leona
Rush, of Lincoln, spent Sunday with
their parents at this place.
Mrs. Clara Hartung and children,
Paul, Jr.. and Elenore, are visiting
relatives in Havelock for a sho; t
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mcllugh and
children spent Sunday in Lincoln,
enjoying a picnic dinner at Capital
Charles Long, Mrs. Matt Thimgan.
Misses Ethel and Lola Schwab were
union?: those who were in Lincoln on
Mrs. Maude Bird .and children
Martha and Vincent, of Elmwood
ment Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Win. Rush returned on la
Tuesday evening from Box Butte
20untv. where she has been visiting
her daughters, together with their
Mrs. William Weddell was hes
tess to the Royal Neighbors ken-
sington last Thursday afternoon.
Several ladies were present and ell
had a general good time. A tasty
lunch was served.
Miss Lillie Amgwert returned or.
i'riday evening to her home i:
Council Bluffs. She was accompanied
by her mother. Mrs. L. N. Amgwert,
who will spend a few. days with icl
rvhves at that place.
William Weddell. manager of the
new elevator here, began last Thurs
day taking in grain and received
more than a thousand nusneis ot
wheat the first day, to say nothing
of being busy all the time "since
Lmil Kuehn and family returned
io their nome near liurcharu. :e
bra?ka, having spent the past -.veek
with relatives and friends. The
were accompanied home by Miss Vir
ginia Schewe. who will visit there
for a time.
Your Declaration of
Follow your country's example. Declare your inde
pendenceindependence of the tyranny of financial
worries. Banish the fear of the future. Win your
complete freedom and hold it. You do all these
by starting to save and keeping at it.
Your signature to ycur initial savings deposit slip
is your declaration of independence. Every daily or
weekly deposit will be a celebration safe and sane.
Save for Your Future
Ready cash makes you ready for opportunity. To
be financially prepared is to have practical insur
ance on success.
You dream of the future. VThy not plan to realize
those dreams? Decide on a definite saving policy
and stick to it with determination. You viil be
as well as rapital.
And character will
biin you extra
carnal when you
reed it. Sign your
declaration of in
Trim TpnT,i, ryK)? 'iil'VVus
I ii ' i "i -'rL" itt
The Barvk Of Cass Coiity.
Mrs. John Murtey and mother,
Mrs. E. J. Price, of Clay Center, Ne
braska, left Wednesday, for a visit
with relatives in New York state.
George Braun and wife were in
Mrs. L. B. Appleman has return
ed from Omaha, where she and her
daughter. Miss Gladys Appleman vis
ited relatives a few days last week,
and from which place Miss Gladys
departed last Friday for Los Angeles.
California, to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rose-now and
Mrs. Ray Clark motored to Lincoln
Saturday evening, where Mrs. Clark
and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Clark. Ray Clark went from
Union, Joining them there and com
ing to Alvo with his family Sunday
How can you blame your stomach,
when you do not feel comfortable in
these summer months? You are
eating too much, you are craving
for the very foods which your stom
ach cannot digest, you do not walk
sufficiently, because you like to ride
in your automobile, etc. But if you
ask for advice, here it is: Attend to
your bowels regularly and keep them
open by the help of Triner's Ameri
acn Elixir of Bitter Wine. This
remedy acts promptly and without
any disagreeable symptoms. It i
very palatable and contains only in
gredients which have proven to be
the most reliable cleaners of the
intestines. You will get it at your
druggist's. And if lumbago pays
you a vi?it, send at once for Triner's
Liniment, a preparation which
brings the relief quickly and does
not raise blisters. At all drug
stores. Joseph Triner Company,
13r?ri-1343 S. Ashland Ave.. Chicago.
Have "Factory Agency" for the
All American one ton and the
"Traffic" two ton. thereby saving
you $500.00 to $-1300.00 on trucks
having the same units. Advise if
interested and I will demonstrate in
your town. Fred E. Johnson, Xeb.
CHICHESTER S FILLS
TUB 1MAMUNU BE1V. A
If 1IA.U.M IEUA.ND ril.L,Lr
fi yutkami at Best, Satcjt. Alu-rs ft .'I':.: m
r SCin CY rei'GGETS tVKVtfW'!E
AND OF HOPEFULNESS OF THE
FUTURE ASKS CONTIN
ALFA-MAIZE MILL IS GOING UP
C. Sharp Expresses Appreciation
Cf Interest Eeing Taken in
Local Plant's Outmit.
Miss Lois Keefer was a passenger
for Lincoln Friday.
Dr. Paul Thuresson is in Imperial.
Nebraska, a few days this week.
Miss Grace Bailey spent the week
end with Miss Alma Swanson, at
Grandma Hurlbut, of Greenwood,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse went to
LWicoln Tuesday to attend the Ep-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Appletjian and
Mrs.' H. A. Bailey were Lincoln vis
Mrs. Isola Kennedy, of Lincoln.
visited over Sunday at the George
P. Foreman home.
Mrs. Herman Bornemeier and son.
Russell, and Mrs. Alfred Stroeraer
were In Lincoln Friday.
Mrs. Joe Armstrong visited her
daughter. Mrs. Elmer Barrett and
family at Havelock last Wednesday.
Mrs. Daisy Hall and children.
Violet and Harold, of Prairie Home.
spent Thursday with Miss Delia
Miss Anna Thureson of Univer
sity Place came down Monday for a
few days' visit at the G. P. Fore
The Misses Marie Stroemer, Nellie
Connell and Emily Strong are at
tending the Epworth assembly at
Lincoln this week.
Miss Delia Sutton left on Friday
evening for Chappell, Nebraska, be
ing called there by the illness of
Mrs. William Suttbn.
Mrs. George P. Foreman and boh.
Joe. returned Sunday evening from
a five days' visit at Stuart. Nebraska. u.,. u; aj,puiu. 'patent office in Washington. Our
with the former's sister. "Mrs. Agnes 8:30 m- to 2:-rl:30 p. m. to 5:30 EUCcess in this iine is due (o our ex
Silverstrand and family. pYlT aos Plattsmouth, Neb. perts In every department whose
For 24 years
have been paving their right to
hold to medal in this commun
ity, for style, service and price.
That's quite a record for one
brand of trousers. You can't
loose if you invest in
the guarantee insures your
satisfaction or your money back.
10c a button,
$1.00 or a new pair for a rip.
Notice our east window.
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
From Tnedny's Pally.
The Journal is in receipt of the
following communication from Mr.
L. C. Sharp, head of the L. C. Sharp
Manufacturing company, of I'iatts
mouth: July 2S. 1910.
Dear Sir: We beg to advise yo'i
that we have observed the several
complimentary notices which have
appeared in the Journal respecting
the class and character of work we
are turning out in our manufactur
ing plant in this city.
Our employees and ourselves thank
you for such encouragement. It may
also be of interest to Ljie-public gen
erally to be informed that this high
ly important work is made in our
own city by our own people.
The hydraulic butter cutter which
we shipped to the Fairmont Cream
ery company at Omaha, and as men
tioned in your Saturday issue, was
designed and built complete in our
works at Plattsmouth. The machine
is capable of cutting 4 0,000 pounds
of frozen butter per day and is the
taslest machine in the world for the
purpose and in fact the only ma
chine of the kind in existence. As
these machines are indispensitle in
rrc-ameries, a large sale is promised
for them, both in the V. S. A. and
for export. As our people are aware
that the Fairmont creameries are
the largest, of the kind in the
world, it is with pardonable pride
that we can call attention to the
fart that Plattsmouth can supply
them with such essential machinery
and of such perfect construction.
Many of our people are not aware
of the fact that cur plant in Platts
mtHith is employing some of the
most expert mechanics in the west
and that our installation of machin
ery is the finest procurable and that
also the above hydraulic butter cut
ter is only one of the many highly
valuable machines manufactured by
this company and under patents con
trolled by them.
Jt also may be of interest to many
thrt in our works we are now build
ing ten hydraulic ice cream cone
machines to be installed in Kansas
City, Mo. These machines are the
most perfect ever constructed for
baking this delicate piece of pastry.
The above machines will give -a
capacity of 300,000 cones per dav
ar.d are the only machines in th;;
world that will bake or mold a per
fect cone without any waste of ma
terial. An order is now on our
bcoks for one of these machines for
Manchester, England, and we have
received numerous inquiries from
other foreign countries.
It may also be of further interest
for our people to know that wo
manufacture a full line of forage
milling machinery, consisting of new
machines, new processes and entire
ly new product, said by animal food
experts to be a revolutionary pro
duct of this class of manufacture.
This machinery will be installed in
the new niill now being erected in
this city through our efforts. We be
lieve that this new mill will not
only be of importance in emphasizing
the value of the new product but
will likewise be of .value to tho
farmers ot the community as well
as to the prestige of the city which
the advertising of such products
will bring, and further," as our ma
chine plant manufactures the ma
chinery for all sub-mills, it neces
sarily involves the employment of
a large nuraner or nignty sKiuea me
chanics for the manufacture there
of, all of which activities are im
portant in the upbuilding of the sub
stantlal interests of the city.
Our manufactures are the result of
thirty years' experience in develcp--ing
new and improved labor saving
machinery, many of such machines
1 . I - - I 1 2 . -
, now uuing si.unua.ru anu in usk iue
UJSSTEUl'ATIilC PiiXblULfl-N world over. Our plant is
srrtiti Attttoa to Diwun of Womea ' the fact that we develop cur-
acute DISEASES TREATED ! selves all the machinery which we
unique ! ji
"IS STR UMEXTA I JT1 ES OF TUB IJKITKD STATKS HOVKKMEJI T
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Dated November 1, 1918
DUE November 1, 1938
Redeemable at par and accrued interest on any inter
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bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
nation, $1,000. Interest payable semi-annually, May
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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
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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
knowledge covers everything
is known in the machinery art.
As many of our friends are aware,
we were formerly in Omaha manu
facturing our specialties for. twenty
five years. Outgrowing our room
.there, we decided to move to this
city, believing the same to possess
the proper location for shipping fa
cilities to all points. We made this
move against the advice of our Oma
ha friends who claimed that small
towns only serve small people. We
are glad to state, however, that
against this imaginary handicap, v.e
have not. lost a customer and have
already made several important
shipments to far distant points.
Our volume of work now indi
cates that we will soon require the
employment of probably 200 men
as soon as the required factory build
ing can be erected and which every
effort is now being made to secure
the required capital.
The employment of this number of
highly and well paid mechanics will
be a prize for the city and a vindi
cation for the excellence of our
manufacture. In our endeavors we
consider nothing which does not
mean the permanent advancement -f
the city and the upbuilding of the
community. We want to see Platts
mouth one of the most important,
cleanest and up-to-date cities in Ne
braska. We believe, with its present
start and with the assistance of its
broad minded business men the re
sult can be easily accomplished. We
do not believe because a town is
small its people must necessarily be
In conclusion, we beg also to state
that we expect at an early date to
be able to announce a satisfactory
solution of the plan whereby capital
will be forthcoming to complete the
large manufacturing plant which w
have had in mind at all times since
removing to Plattsmouth. Those who
have invested heretofore on our
credit in the community will b?
taken care of in a satisfactory man
ner. Our proposition stands strictlj
on its merit and merit wins. We ask
the continued co-operation of - our
friends until such time as our en
deavor shall take on the shape its
Yours for greater Plattsmouth.
L. C. SHAKP.
' L. C. Sharp Mfg. Co.
Summer Complaint in Children.
There is not anything like bo
many deaths from this disease now
as before Chamberlain's Cc'.Ic and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into such
general use. When this remedy is
given with castor oil as directed
and proper care is taken as to diet,
it is safe to say that fully niuety
nine out of every hundred cares re
cover. Mr. W. G. Campbell of Cut
ler, Tenn., says, "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy, for summer complaint in
children. It is far ahead of any
thing I have ever used for this pur
pose." : 4 ff
FistuSa-Pay When Cured
A mild system of treatment that cures Piles. Fistula and
other Recta 1 Diseases hi a short time, without a severe sur
gical operation. No Chloroform, tther or other general
anasthetie uspL A cere Cuarnnteedin every case accented
for treatment, and no money to be paid until cured. Writefor book cn Rectal Diseases, with names
and testiraocials cf more than 1030 prominent people who fcave been permanently cured.
DR. E. !?. TAHRV 240 1239 Building OMAMA, NEBRASKA
Brs. Mach & i3ach, The Dentists
The largest and best equipped dental omces in Omaha.
Experts in charne cf all wcrk. Lady attendant. Kod-
itX erate fnces. rorcelam hum gs just hketootn. instru-
mnts caretullv sterilized alter usir.jr.
THIHD FLOOR, FAXTOS BLOCK, 0HAHA eoes
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 $1,185.00 Delivered
CHANDLER CARS AT $1,975.00 Delivered
I. H. C. Trucks DeLaval and Primrose
'Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Five-passenger -Ford touring car . .
Monroe roadster, a bargain at ... .
manufacture, such machinery bein-?,ei
W?o-T,t Toll. At,.to1 AftT TTftnM perfected from nothing throughout ;s
m it,u v vcka.4.4 stun nvivu a.v m m
- - . . . - ail our various uvpanueuia iu 5
UI1U OUHQHYS UY ADUUJoiLIIlCliL '
JOHN F. ODEafS,
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