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PLATT3M0 ExH SEaTI-wXEELY JOUBIiAl
TKTJE'SDAT. i.UC-n VT 25 1015.
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NEWS FROM ALVO
Chris Hoffman left Monday even
ing for lc,( (ilaii'l. Kansas.
Mr. Oeo. P. Foreman spent the
t'.r-t el' tl'.i-i week in Lincoln.
Clarence Curyea is i:i Kansas
looking after his farm interests.
V. S. Jordan was a passenger for
Lincoln Monday evening on No. .".7.
Mr. ( lias. Koelofsz and baby are
visiting her mother, Mrs. Geo. Heed-
A car load of live poultry, to te
delivered at poultry car near Bur
lington Freight Depot, Plaitsmouih,
Nebr.. on Thursday. Sept. 4. one day
only, for which we will pay in cash
Kens, per lb. 23c
Spring's, per lb. 23c
Old Cox. per lb. 15c
Luck, per lb. 23c
Horse Hides, each $13.C0
Eeef Hides, per lb. 33c
We will be on hand rain cr shine
and take care of all marketable
poultry offered for sale.
W. E. KEENLY.
We have taught these branches of busi
ness training for 20 years. Positions
for every graduate. 1 Japid promotions.
Low t'lition. Students work for beard
while; attending. Ask for frea Catalog
A. Boyles College. Omaha. Neb.
I 0-20 Titan kerosene burner, with three-bottom
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
BASE BALL -
AND LABOR DAY
The Red Sox
tlorris Packing Go.
EVERYBODY COME OUT!
er, in Elruwood and attending Chau
Miss Aurel Foreman visited in
Omaha from Wednesday until Sun
Henry Itoelfsz of Lincoln, visited
relatives and transacted business
while here last week.
Miss Marie Stroenier visited with
.Miss Marjorie Carr last Friday at
the latter's home near Kagle.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Curyea and
.Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Armstrong motor
ed to M unlock Sunday afternoon.
Art Klyver and Harvey Hasp pur
chased tractors and are getting
their fall plowing done iu fine
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kirkpatrick
and Mr. and Mrs. J. I. House were
supper quests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Curyea Friday evening.
The ladies H. C. club postponed
their meeting from Au;
!1 to Aug.
29,. on account of the soldiers and
sailors day" at Klinwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Curyea. Mrs.
Clarence Curyea and daughter. Miss
Lillian attended the Chautauqua at
Flmwood Thursday evening.
Miss Hachel Stander of Louis
ville and Miss Marjorie Carr of
Kagle were quests of Miss Marie
Ptroemer a couple of days last
Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Boyles are
enjoying a vacation at Kstes Park.
Colo., having motored out. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Casey of Lincoln, are also
Ivan Armstrong and Walter Vin
cent are camping out near Ashland.
They were taken over Sunday morn
nz by Henn Weaver on his way
home to South Bend.
?.Irs. M. C. Keefer returned last
Wednesday from a two weeks visit
at Litchfield. She is spending this
week with her daughter Mrs. Roy
Cole at IMattsniouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Fox of Chi
cago. Illinois, are here for a ten
days visit with the latter's grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. Fore
man and other relatives.
The Jolly Neighbors Kensington
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Carl Ganz. Guests of the club
were: Mrs. S. C. Boyles, Mrs. Grace
Thurreson and Miss Marjorie Carr.
Hev. Wm. I. Wagner and wife
and sons Ralph and Donald motored
FARM IMPLEMENTS I
in Saturday from their home at
Lenox, Iowa", to visit friends and at
tend to some matters of business.
Clifford Stroemer has returned
home from several weeks stay at
Barneston, with his aunt Mrs.
Ehlers, being called home to help
care for his mother who has been
Mrs. Chas. Prouty and daughter.
Margaret, returned last week from
a two weeks visit at Glenwood, la.,
and Plattsmouth. Mrs. Prouty re
ceived a recent letter from her son
Herbert who Is now in Paris, France
and is on his 4th trip overseas on
Rev. C. E. Connell officiated at a
very quiet wedding on Thursday aft
ernoon Aug. 21. 1919. when Mr.
Clyde Allington of Blue Springs,
and Miss Grace Hinman of Wymore,
were married at the parsonage.
They were former parishners of
Itev. Connell while he was pastor at
Paul Frohlich of Lincoln visited
his daughter Mrs. Chas. Bucknell
and family from Wednesday until
Monday. His daughter Mrs. Clyde
Boyles and with whom he lives and
her husband and his parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Boyles of Lincoln are
sojourning in Colorado, going by
auto and ramping out enroute.
Mrs. Paul Goehry and little son
came in Monday evening from Mur-
dock where she had been visiting
relatives and friends, fo visit h?r
sisters, the Misses Mary and Flor
ence Taylor and brothers Elbert and
Oliver and Edway Taylor and fam
ilv. Mrs. Goehry and son returned
to their home at Burchard Wed
Mrs. Ralph Vhley and children
of St. Joe. Mo., who have been visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. .1. P.
Rouse the past two weeks, and her
sister Mrs. Myrtle N'ickel left Sun
day evening for a week's visit with
their sister Mrs. Geo. Babbitt and
family, at Albion. Neb. Mr. and
Mrs. Rouse are out on the farm
keeping house while Mrs. Nickel is
gone. Mr. T'hley who spent the
past week here has returned to St.
Last Sunday a reunion of the G.
P. Foreman family was held at the
family home in honor of Mrs. Mable
Foreman of Lincoln, who leaves this
week to take up her position in the
Scotts Bluff's schools. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. Mable Foreman and
son Charles. Mrs. Ethel Foreman
and son Richard of Lincoln. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Foreman of Valparaiso.
Mr. and Mrs. Oris Foreman and
childrne of Valparaiso, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. P. Foreman jr.. and children
also of Valparaiso, Miss Gladys Har
land of Lincoln and Joe Foreman.
Charles Foreman. Mr. and Mrs. John
Foreman of this place.
In the Cnunly Court of Cass coun
In J Iu- matter of the estate of Patil-
na Cum mines', deceased.
fo all persons interested in said es
tate, creditors and heirs at law:
You are hereby notified that Frank
;.). clma n lias this 21st day of
uRUst, lftlH, tiled a petition in this
court alleKlnKT that I'aiilina CumrniiiKs,
ite :i resident of Cass county. Nebras
ka, died intestate in said county on
r about the ... day of lSU'.i.
leaving as her sole and only heirs at
law her husband. I. N. I'uiniiiinus. her
laughter, Minnie Mortenson. and her
son, Walter Cumniinjrs, all of leal nttf.
That said decedent was the owner of
Lots 9 and 10 in IMock St; in the City
of I'lattsmouth, CasH county, Nebraska
and that the petitioner is now the
owner of said real estate and prays
for a determination of the time of the
death of said decedent. I'aulina Cura
ininsrs. and of her heirs at law and
iieiree of kinship, and of the riiht of
lescent to the real property beiontfins
to said deceased in the State of Ne
braska. Said matter has been set for
lienrin on the r,rd day of September.
1'.U!. at 10:00 o'clock a. in., at the
County Court room in I'lattsmouth. in
said county, at which time mid place
all persons interested in said estate
may appear and contest said petition.
Kated this 1'lst day of aukusi, lain.
ISv the Court.
A LLCS J. HKESO.V,
w. County Judttf.
AllTIC I.T.S OK lNCOHPOHATlOV
of The Furnirm I nlon Cooperative .
ooeiatioH of ;reenwool, elr.
The name of this corporation shall
be the Farmers I'nion Cooperative As
sociation, of lreeiiwood, Nebr.
The principal place of transacting
the business of this corporation shall
be at Crecn wood, Cass county. Nebr.
The business of the corporation shall
be the huyii.fc- and selling: for itself or
on commission, as well as that of
handling a"1' shipping; grain, farm
produce, coal, live stock and farm supr
plies: to purchase hold, or lease real
estate or other property for the use of
the corporation in conducting- its busi
ness: to direct, own, control, lease or
operate Krain elevators, warehouses,
storehouses and other buildings and to
acquire property in any terminal mar
kets necessary in conducting said busi
ness: to purchase and to hold stock iw
other corporations; to borrow money;
to make, execute and deliver convey
ances and to secure the same; and to
do, perform and carry on the aforesaid
business in the State of Nebraska.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be 125,000.00,
which shall be divided into 250 shares
of J100.00 each. J10.000.00 shall be
fully paid in at the time of commence
ment of business.
This stock shall be non-assessable.
The highest amount of Indebtedness to
which this corporation shall at any
time subject Itself shall not exceed
two-thirds of the paid up capital stock.
The term of the existence of this
corporation shall commence on the lhth
day of June A. D. IS 19, and the same
shall continue for a term of fifty (50)
years from said date, unless sooner dis
solved by a majority of the stockhold
ers r by operation of law.
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by the following board
of seven 7 directors until the first
annual meeting as provided by its laws.)
The seven (7) directors are jonu
Dale, John Armstrong, Chas. Martin,
Harry V. Bricker. F. H. Goodfellow.
O. F. Peters and John w. "Wieiinan.
The officers of the corporation are.
O. F. Peters, president; John Dale. viee-
president; Harry V. Bricker, secretary
aad John W. Wiedman. treasurer."
J the y
WE have chosen the Fulton Truck with
your satisfaction in mind because
after a careful investigation of the entire
Truck Market, we are convinced that the
Fulton is the best all-round carrier made.
In the first place, we were influenced by the
remarkable Faltcn Record. We found that
Fulton Trucks are hauling economically for
hundreds of American industries, including
Standard Oil Co., Jones & Laughlin Steel
Co., Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Borden
Farm Products Co., Texas Oil Co., etc.
Then we were impressed by Fulton Economy.
V to 14 miles tohe gallon of gasoline looks
From Tuesday's Pall.
Miss Marv Adamson of Lincoln, i
Miss May Lennon of Lincoln, Miss
Hilda Holton of Weeping Water and
Miss Gladys Ward of Avoca. came
in yesterday to attend the teachers
institute. All of these ladies will
teach in Cass county during the
Mrs. Lula Nevar, who has heen in
the city visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Frank Brinkman, departed yesterday
for Alvo. where she will visit with
the family of fount y Commissioner
Henry J. Miller for a short time.
Mrs. Brinkman accompanied her as
far as Omaha.
II. F. Coos and William Schmiut
mann were passengers this morning
for Omaha, where they hope to be
able to enjoy a short visit with their
nephew. Fred Heitzhausen, who is
returning from service overseas with
the army of occupation, and who
passed through Omaha this morning
enroute to Camp Lewis, Washington,
for discharge. Mr. Heitzhausen re
sides at Portland, Oregon.
Everett Ward was among those
going to Omaha this afternoon
where he goes to meet his friend
Elmer Pease of North Platte, who
is returning home from Chicago.
Mr. Pease was here about a month
ago having been, caught at Union
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Uso for Over 30 Years
DR. II. C. LEOPOLD
Special Attention t Diseases of Womet
ACUTR DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Hours
and Sundays by Appointment
8:30 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 5:30
?sT Plattsmouth, Neb
"The Matt lxcvor.iical Motor Truck In The World"
Is Now On Inhibition At The Shew Rooms
Come in today and let us snow you the truck that has made Fulton Ovners glad
to talk cf their experience. Also ask us to tell ycu about the Fu'ton Pay-While-Using
Plan U means increased profits for your K siness.
with his auto during a severe rain
.':torni and was compelled to con
tinue his journey to Chicago by
train and will now secure the car
and return by auto to North Platte.
From Monday's Dally.
J. 1). Stradley of (Ireenwood was
in the city todjy for a fnw hour.;
looking after some matters at the
Andrew Thomsen and wife motor
ed down yesterday from (V.iar Creek
and visited for a few hours with rel
atives and friends here.
Frank M. Bestor departed last
evening for Imperial, Nebraska, at
which place he will spend a shor:
time looking over the harvest f til
wheat crop on his farm in Chase
J. W. Tulene departed this morn-
ing for Louisville where he will ar
range to operate a merry go round
in that city during the home coming
celebration for the soldiers and
John Palasek departed this after
noon for Omaha from where he goes
to North Platte. Nebraska, tor a
two weeks visit in that city and
vicinity with his former comrades in
Co. E, 5th Nebraska infantry.
Henry Bartling of Nebraska City,
former state senator from this dis
trict, was in Plattsmouth for a few
hours Saturday afternoon having
been called here on some business
affairs and while here had the op
portunity of visiting with a few of
his friends. Mr. Bartling is one of
Nebraska City's most genial citizens
and it is always a pleasure to meet
From Wednesday's Dally.
Fred Terryberry came in this
morning from his farm home near
Louisville to look after some busi
Peter Meisinger and wife drove
in this morning .from their home
near Cedar Creek to look after some
trading here for a few hours.
Miss Esther Godwin departed this
morning for Murray where she will
enjoy a visit for a short time with
realtives and friends in that place.
Charles Reihart of Louisville was
in the city yesterday afternoon for
a few hourt visiting with Platts-
big against the or R miles made by many
Of course such performance is directly due
to the amazing degiee of Efficiency in Con
struction of the Truck itself. Fulton's are
of the right capacity to haul 80;; of the
world's truck tonnage. The exclusive Ful
ton Tripie-Koated-Gas Motor is actually
solving problems that have baffled other
makes of Trucks.
The Fulton Truck is right and we are glad
to be able to offer it today, as a real hauling
achievement, to our local business-men.
liiouth friends and looking after
;-ome matters oi! business.
Mrs. Dallas Cibfon of Missouri
Valley, Iowa, who lias heen visiting
i:i this city for a short time depart
ed this morning for I'nion. wh?re
she will enjoy a visit with relatives
in that city.
George M. IliM. the Perkins
county land man. journeyed to
Omaha this morning. where he
spnt a few hours looking after
some business matters and arrang
ing for a large land excursion out
to view the Perkins county land
For any itchiness of the skin, for
skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try
Doan's Ointment. tiOc at all drug
Stationery at the Journal nffr
": -:- Nebraska
H. W. SMITH,
We liave located in Plattsmouth to make our home. We
want to ,et acquainted with all Cass county people, and arc
looking for business in our line
The Monumental Line 1
MAKE YOUR WANTS KNOWN TO US
A five months old black and tan
wolf hound. Lost, on or about Aug
ust 11. 1919. A reward will he paid
for the return of same to C. II.
Reeves. I'nion, Neb. Phone No. 7-K.
Cheapest accident insurance Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns,
scalds, cuts and emergencies. All
druggists sell it. 30c and G0e.
Office Supplies? That's where we
shine. The Journal Prlntery.
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