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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1919.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
is a word you often see in advertising
with many it is only a word here it is
an actual fact. Service means to us just
what it means to you. Service is some
thing we practice as sincerely as we
lank of oJ
Dr. C. V. Swab was a business vis
rtor in Omaha last Monday, having
1:0110 on the early train of the Mis
Glen Austin has accepted a posi
tion with Joe Lair, the drayman, and
is assisting in the work which the
iatter gentleman has to do.
Kllis Lalhie was a visitor in Ne
braska. City last Monday, where he
v. as h:itinc with friends for a short
time and looking after some busi
ness. Mesuumes J. H. Taylor and 11. M.
Frans were visiting in Nebraska j
City on Friday of last week, where j
they were looking after some shop
ping as well.
l.i-st Monday Attorney C L. Graves
and Kay Frans were visiting and
looking after some business matters
iii the county seat, having driven up
in Mr. Frans' auto early in the af
ternoon and returning in the even
ing. Miss Frances I'.auer, who has been
staying at Omaha for some time,
where she is taking a business course
i:i one of the night schools of the
city, was a visitor at horn? over bun
dav last week, returning to resume
her studies Sunday evening. j
Last Monday B. I. Clements, of
Klmwood. changed cars at this place.!
returning home from an extended
trip which included Snyder and
Tul-o. Oklahoma. Mr. Clements
at the former place, where he was
visiting with relatives and friends
and at the latter to look after some
lands in which he is interested. He
reports that times there are good
and crops plentiful.
Union Postofiice Mail Schedule.
9:S5 a. m
L.YDA CLARK I.
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Purchase your aprons
Methodist bazaar November
the Farmers store.
Miss Anna Alhausen will chaper-
or.e a Hallowe'en party at the High
school on Thursday of this week.
Miss Elizabeth Hade, one of the
teaciiers in the I'nion schools, was a
visitor at her home in Lincoln over
Professor K. A. Ward Sundayed
with his parents. Robert Ward and
wife, at their home in Plattsmouth,
returning to his duties early .Mon
Lot: is Burbee; who had the mirfor-
I tune to break one of his arms sever
j al weeks ago, is getting along nicely
at this time, and is again pursuing
his studies in the high school.
Miss Alice Crozier was a visitor
for the week-end at her home in
Weeping Water, where she enjoyed
the time very much, returning to re
sume her work Monday morning.
Mrs. Charles Garrison. who has
been reported as being sick at her
.- home for several days past, is said
to be showing considerable improve
liiient. and it is hoped that she will
j soon be entirely well again.
I Henry Vest, who is doing the civn
. s! ucking on the farm of Commission
er (. F. Harris, lias added to r.is
rtiui'-ig matter for the winter a
-t.i y of the Plat tfinouth Journal.
wasfwiiich will make him regular visit -s
i:i the future.
Mis Alice Crozier. the teacher of
tl.e First and Second grades in the
Union schools, has arranged to give
an entertainment Thursday for the
benefit of the high school during the
t-rencon period and for her own de
partment in the afternoon.
?.Iisses Adie and Beulah Austin,
wi.o are working in Omaha, were
visitors at their honu- in Union for
the week-end, coming home Satur
day and remaining until Sunday,
when they were tcken to Platts
mouth in a car to catch the fast
Mi.-souri Pacific train for Omaha, in
order to take up th?ir work .Mon
NEW LOGAT 0
Short Orders a Specialty
Keep Open Until Midnight
Woodman EuiMinir Also Operating Luncli
Counter and Hotel near the Depot
TOR THE BEST SERVICE
They are real fuel savers. Get ready for win
ter while autumn is here.
' On account of slow shipments, NOW is the
the time to order storm windows and doors.
Blue paper and tar felts in stock now.
fine for covering screen doors.
Frank Finkle was a visitor in
Omaha last Saturday, where he was
looking after some business matters
for a short time.
Claire Brenian, of Farragut, Iowa,
arrive in Union the first of the week
and hired out to Carl Balfour to as
sist in gathering his corn crop.
County Commissioner C. F. Harris
left the first of the week for York,
where he went to look after some
matters of business for the county.
J. T. Keynolds and son, Daniel,
were passengers to Nebraska City
last Monday, where they were look
ing after some business matters for
Kev. L. Morrison, pastor of 'the
Methodist church, was a visitor at
Syracuse last week, spending a few
days with friends whom he had not
seen for some time.
The Baptist Missionary society is
holding its regular monthly meet
ing at the Baptist parsonage and is
being entertained by Mrs. J. B. Tay
lor, wife of the pastor.
Messrs. Sherman Austin, C. F.
(Kyke) Mason and Ralph Davis vis
ited in Omaha the latter part of the
week, when: they had some business
to look after. They drove up in a
Fj. Moore, of Murray, who has
visiting in the east for some
past, was in Union for a short
last Monday, coming to look
some business matters for a
Fred Clark and wife, while in Ne
braska City last Saturday, made tne
purchase of a new Yictrola. which is
of superior quality and makes a very
pleasant musical instrument for th'
home. They made the trip in their
C. M. Curray, who has been em
ployed on the. state farm for several
months past, arrived in Union a few
mornings since, and engaged in as
sisting the farmers of this commun
itv in getting their corn out of the
Ira Clarke, the enterprising bar
ber, has added to his opportunities
for entertaining his customers and
filling their wants, a stock of cigars
ami tonaccoes, which lie will sell to
those who come into his place for
their barber work.
W. S. Xorris. of near N'ehawka,
was a visitor in union last Monday.
coming over in his car to have some
n pair work done on the same, and
took advantage of the opportunity of
looking after some other badness
matters as well while here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yonker. ' of
Piattsmouth, were arrivals in Union
last Monday and will remain for tin
present, Lloyd coming to assist the
farmers hereabouts in getting the
corn crop in the crib.
Yonker will isit with
during the time.
Mrs. Barbara Taylor is having
some improvements maile at her
home in Union, among which is the
placing of a bath room in the resi
lience and a system of sewerage, all
of which will add greatly to the con
venience of the home as well as in
crease the value or the property.
Arthur, the little son of Carl
Nickels, while in Plattsmouth with
his parents, accidentally fell through
i coal hole whicii was open at one
01 the garages, breaking one of his
egs. which was set by Dr. Brendel.
01 Murray. The little fellow is get
ting ulo:i; as well as could be expect
ed, and was able to have the splint
removed a few days ago.
the church have prepared every year
for a number of years. The combi
nation of the dinner and the bazaar
should interest many people in their
endeavor, and it is looked forward
to as a very interesting coming
event, and will prove all that is ex
pected of it. Remember there will
be many interesting booths at the
bazaar, so come and enjoy the occasion.
WILL GIVE BAZAAR
AND A FOOD SALE
Ladies of the Methodist' Church Will
Hold Same at Farmers Store
Middle of November.
Making: Rapid Recovery
DeWitt Surface, who was injured .
a short time ago while digging a
cistern on the farm of Carter Albin,
has so far recovered that he is able
to get around again without assis
tance other than that afforded by
his trusty cane. It will be re mem-.
bered by Journal readers that his!
leg was broken by the caving of the 1
dirt on him, and he was placed un
der the care of Dr. Brendel, who set
the leg. Pretty rapid recovery, we
Married At Plattsmouth.
Reports have come to lis of the
wedding of David Stewart and Mrs.
David Pickering of near Union at
Plattsmouth last Friday. The cigars
and candy for those who do not
smoke, were in evidence following
the happy event. The bride and
groom are well known to the citi
zens of this place ana neeu no in-;
traduction. The are both very fine . High
people and will continue to make
their home in the Union neighbor
hood. The Journal joins with their
many friends here in wishing them
a long, happy and useful life.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a bazaar and pure food sale
at the Farmers store in Union on
Saturday, November 15th, at which
time they will offer the products of
their nimble fingers and what shall
have been donated by their friends,
the proceeds to go for the benefit of
In the giving of this sale the la-
i dies will greatly appreciate the do
j. nations of their friends, and also the
patronage of the general public. So
come on the loth or November and
see what the ladies have to sell, and
assist the worthy cause by your patronage.
Delightful Romance Promised
Tilings which read like fairy tales
often occur among us and we know
it not. Just now the town of Union
is on the verge of a very pleasing ro
mance but v.e are not allowed to
mention any names until after the
event shal have culminated in real
ity. Just wait, and you will be very
Removed to Omaha Hospital
Mrs. J. L. Morey, the laiy who
was injured in the accident several
weeks ago. when the car in which
she and her husband were riding.
ran off the end of a culvert south of
town, has been taken to the St. Jo
seph hospital in Omaha, where she
receiving treatment, and it is hop
ed that she will recover more speed
ily there than she seemed to be do
ing here. Although she had the
best of medical attention, the other
facilities here for her care were not
what was desired.
Will Give a Box Social
At the Factory ville school, which
is being taught this year by Miss
(lay Leon, there will be giveu on
Friday evening of this week .1 Hallo
we'en box social, to which all are in
vited. This will be a very enjoyable
affair and it is expect ed that the
young men and perhaps some of the
older ones will have to pay pretty
fair prices for the privilege of eat
ing the dainties which their loved
ones have prepared.
Entertained Sunday School Class
Miss Fannie McCarroll, who has
charge of imparting instruction to
the members of the Comrades class
of the Methodist Sunday school, gave
them an evening's entertainment in
a vacant building near the church
last Saturday night, that partook of
the nature of a Hallowe'en function,
and which followed out the ideas of
the fall festival. Needless to say,
they all had an excellent time, and
were loud in declaring their teach
er one of the best entertainers they
had yet met. The party was held
on such an ealy date due to the fact
that several other Hallowe'en func
tions were billed for the current
Japan Bazaar Thanksgiving
Ihe Japan bazaar, which the In
dies of the Baptist church have ar
ranged to hold 011 Thanksgiving
day. will be in conjunction with the
annual dinner which the ladies of
Has Home Neirly Completed
Fred Lindsay, living just west of
Union, has his home nearly complet-
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j ed at mis time, ami wneu 11 snan
i have Wen finished, it will make an
I excellent place of abode for him
and his good wife. Daniel Lynn and
Herman Ileike were the carpenters
who put the structure up. Mr. Lind
say in keeping with the good taste
that prompted him to build the new
home, has also added the Journal to
his winter's reading material.
CASS COUNTY HOG
. BRINGS $5,000,00
Price Paid R. C. Pollard by
Breeder at North Bend for One
of His Choice Boars.
Give tike world
. the once over
Will Entertain the Freshmen
Miss Alr.ia Frans will entertain
the Freshman class of the Union
schools on Friday evening of this
week at her home just out of town,
and which is known as "Sunny
Slope." The evening will take on
the characteristics of a Hallowe'en t
na rt v. and it is an assured fact that
all who attend will enjoy the occa
R. C. Pollard, who is a breeder of
fine Hampshire hogs, has just recent
ly sold to Fred J. Herman, of North
Bend one of his fine Hampshire
boars, which was bred and raised in
his yards near N'ehawka, and which
is a product of Cass county, being
the highest priced boar ever sold in
this county. The animal brought
Mr. Pollard a cool $5,000.00, and
is one of the finest ever seen in this
section of the country.
The sale places Mr. Pollard and
the city of N'ehawka in the front
rank of "Who's Who in Hogdom"
and gives him the prestige of being
a breeder of note. We congratulate
our neighboring town and her citi
zen in that they are successful in
me enueavor 10 raise me nnesi nogs
and shall be glad to take note 01
future sales of pure bred animals
from Mr. Pollard's pens.
Will be Rez
in a battery
take care of
motorists of this
ture. reports he
NOTES FROM THE
dy When Current Is
DuBois, who is putting
charging station to (
the battery needs ofj
vicinity in the f u-,
w ill be ready for j
business as soon as the electric lines 1
r.re completed to Union, and cur- j
rent may be had in an adequate'
amount to operate the apparatus.
Mr. DuBois is well qualified for the
line of work he has chosen to engage ;
in. and we expect to see him doing
a good business. He is now prepar-,
ed to give attention to the public's
battery needsother than recharging.
Examinations are the Order of
Day Year's Work Progres
sing Nicely Now.
, FRESHMAN NEWS,
(lejrge Rieke. our former
Will Make Their Home Here
T. L. Crunk and two daughters.
Misses Beulah and Gertrude, arrived
Sunday evening with their stock of
household effects and moved Monday
to the home of Mrs. Frank Kendall,
where they will live for the present
and will pick corn for the Kendall
estate farms. They expect to make
this their home in the future and
will engage in farming if they are
able to find a farm to rent for the
Return from Visit in West
Mrs. Elizabeth Easter and daugh
ter. Mrs. Hugh Anderson, with her
husband and their son, Marshall,
were visiting with friends in the
western part of the state, and look
ing after some lands which they
own in Perkins county, having been
away for several weeks and return
ing "home only a short time since.
Mrs. Easter has been very sick fol
lowing their return, but is now rap
idly recovering and hopes soon
be well again.
Attended Inter-Church Convention
Rev. J. B. Taylor, the minister ofj
the Baptist church of Union, has
been selected to represent the coun
ty of Cass at the Baptist church con
vention which is being held two days
this week in Lincoln. This is in real
ity an inter-church convention, for
tin- purpose of surveying the terri
tory of the state as to its needs and
the work being accomplished by the
different churches in the field, as
well as determining what more is
needed to make the work more effective.
Chas. I. Graves
Union Bank Building
handed in his resignation.
due to the fact of over work and
Lavon Frans has been eelcted to ful
fill that office.
Hallowe'en is almost here and it
looks as if the sophies might have
to stir up a little amusement for
We are going to have an exami
nation on rhetoric Friday and we
will take up the study of "The
Litle Minister" Monday.
We are all looking forward to
next week with a great deal of
pleasure Exams! ! !
. Harold Frans was absent from
school Mondav afternoon.
We have had our class organized
and officers elected f6r some time,
i but have not put it in the notes.
The officers are: President. Alice
Todd; Yice President, Raymond
Fahrlander; Secretary and Treasur
er. Matthew Shoemaker.
Clas-s colors Yellow and white.
Class flower White rose.
Motto "Character is the diamond
that scratches every ether stone."
Class sponsor Air. Ward.
Today each of the Juniors receiv
ed the cutest little invitation from
the Freshmen. They read as fol
lows: "Come to Sunny Slope Farm,
Wednesday Evening, Oct. '20, 1010.
at 7:30 P. M." We don't know just
what is in store for us but we bet
on having a good time. We sure
think the Freshies are a good bunch,
but my the Sophomores - don't
Exams are coming next week and
the giggling Junior girls are very
sober as deportment grade has to
tie 95 per cent. On judgment day
we bet we will wish we had follow
ed the pious (?) Seniors example.
The Seniors have received their
class pins, and are well pleased with
The Senior class this year is the
largest in the history of our high
school. There being six girls and
We observed the sixty-first anni-
of Colonel Theodore uoose-
rmr historv cia.S!
by writing themes 01
a complete general line of
Whe n in need of anything
A. L. BECKER,
Tho Seniors are having their
bistorv. Wo are
MKtlV vil ... - -.- -
i.vnprti-d to take two this
thic i ballowe'en
several parties are being planned by
the different classes.
Camp Fire Girls Celebrate
The Camp Fire girls of Union, of
which there is a good lively bunch,
have arranged to hold j a
tPimey'as'1thev have The run-in them
and their chaperone will
them of any opportunity for lully
enjoying the occasion.
Epworth League "to Meet Friday
The Epworth League, young peo
nies' society of the Methodist Epis
copal church, will hold a neetin on
Friday evening at the home of one
of their members Miss M ar Be -ker
nnd which will be of a HaHoecn
There are a -j
in the League aim iw (
Hroo, so an m'
attend had bet-
iniss out ou i":
wilt have a joyou
have opportunity to
r Ho so ana not
1ISTEN, fellows, to seme
. straight talk. Many
a man when he gets
to be 40, misses some
thing. He may have
lots of money, and a fine
He never "got cut and
saw things". After he
gets settled down, it's too
Every man wants to see
the world. No man likes
to stand still all his life.
The best time to TRAVEL
is when you're yo'n-j and
lively right NOV !
Riht NOW your Undo Sam
is calling, "Shovs off!" Us wants
men fcr his Navy. He's inviting
you.' It's the bies-t chance
you'll ever get to c,ivj the worli
the ence over 1
The Kavy goes all cvr the
world sails the Seven Seas
squints at the six continents
that's its business. You stanrl
to sec mere odd eights, wonder
ful scenery end strange people
than you ever urcamcd of.
You'll work hard while you
work. You'll play hard while you
plcy. You'll ern and learn.
You'll g;t, in cdd;t:on to "shore
leave:", a 30-djy ctritht vaca
tion which is more than the
average bank president can
You czn j-'n fcr two ye3r'!.
When you get tl" rough you'll be
physically ir.d mentally "tuned
up" fcr thj :c:t of your life.
You'll be rendv through anl
through fcr SUCCESS.
There's a Rrcruitlrg Station
r:ghc Ti-zr yc i. If yea don't
l:ro-v where it i";, your Post
master v.-.U bz glad lo tell you.
W. C. T. U. to Meet Nov 4
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union of Union will meet with
Mrs. Dud Fitch, November 4th, at
which time they will hold their busi
ness and social session. An excellent
program will also be presented, the
same being in charge of Mrs. L. G.
Todd, who is the presiding officer of
the occasion. In this, as in other
things, the ladies will put forth an
effort worthy of them and the cause
for which they stand. Better ar
range to attend this meeting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fitch on next
Tuesday, November 4th.
If vou are not a subscriber to the
Daily Journal let us enter your name
on our subscription list.
HAROLD BELL WRIGHT'S
NEW BOOK IS NOW
"The Recreation of Brian Kent"
the new book by Harold liell
Wright, has just been published, and
you will find it on sale at the Jour
nal office, for the regular price of
$1.50. Get one now.
We Luy Poultry ana Cream at the
market prices. Th9 Peoples .Store.
Telephone No. 116. 7-11-tfd
Although Journal want-ads cost
but little the results they bring are
wonderful. Try them.
and vote for the best
man to represent you in the
convention that will draft
a new constitution for Ne
braska. Make mental appraise
ment of the candidates;
consider their records and
the principles they are
known to stand for. Which
would you trust to handle
your business for youf
Compare Hcbraska With Any Other State of the Union!
We are proud of her virile citizenship and her robust
young strength in the sisterhood of states.
Nebraska stands pre-eminent in general educntion. in
Public health, and Is "our home state." Despite ti e outcry
about the high coat of living business is good no man
need be out of work and there has never been a time when
there was so little apparent poverty.
Nebraska may well be proud of her war record, in point
of men and money.
Nebraska owes not a penny of . J.pne;
capita public debt is nine centi less than that of any
other Btate in the union.
Nebraska's progress and prosperity are protests against
any revolutionary interference with the governmental pro
cesses that have made this state greut.
Nebraska's new constitution should be so written as J o
safeguard ttne future against, the unholy doctrine of self
Peking agitators. Forward looking citizens will tak
mue before plunging the state into an orgy of economic
experiment that are bound to bring embarrassment,
shame, repudiation or ruin.
Nebraska's patriotic electors are charged with the wpon
sibility of stamping out cla prejudice, and hatred, anJ
resultant CLASS LEGISLATION.
vohrn.jka'8 credit as a state is entrusted to the ballots of
L inumgent cufzenshlp next Tuesday. November 4. .
Vote for the best man for Delegate to the Constitutional
Convention. Get your neighbor to vote.
THE UEU-NEBIIASKA FEDERATION
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