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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1919)
J.70NDAY. JJOVr.MBr.il 17, 1919.
FLATTSUOTTTB EEHI-WEEEl.'X JOTTED AX
k J3-Year Loan
BUT WHICH CAN BE PAID SOONER IF DESIRED
We place such loans through the LINCOLN
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK, of Lincoln,
Nebraska, which during the past year has
loaned over $6,000,000.00 to the farmers of
Iowa and Nebraska.
NO DELAYS! NO RED TAPE!
A FAIR RATE OF INTEREST
Ask Us About It
ank of Cass Co.,
Plattsmouth -:- -:- Nebraska
OVER THE COUNTY
Krcl L. Egenberger wus a pas-.enf-r
this morning; fc-r Omahii, at
which place he will spend a short
tiine looking; after some matters of
Mi?ses Gladys f'adwt!! and Elsie
Hoberg. two of the efficient teach
ers in the local high school, were
among those going to Omaha today
to spend a few hours.
Meet me at the dinner at Lewis
ton again this year.
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and are now ready for your AUTO BUSINESS.
The Platismouth Garage
is now located in the Propst Garage building on the
corner of Seventh and Vine streets, where we will be
pleased to meet all our old patrons, as well as all new
ones who may have business in our line.
Repairing is Our Specialty
Reo Cars and Trucks for Sale
New and Second Hand Cars
Born, last Saturday, to Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Hughes, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sam Doty are
the proud parents of an 8-pound girl
born Tuesday of this week.
"Word came to Mrs. T. K. Adams
recently of the sudden death at Des
Moines. Iowa, of her cousin. Mrs.
Elizabeth Clark. Several of our
people met Mrs. Clark when she vis
ited here a year ago.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K..Ffantz went
to Omaha last Monday evening for
a brief visit and from there Mrs.
Frantz went to Des Moines to visit
her friend. Miss Lucile Mettetile.
Mr. Frantz returned to Eagle Wed
Mr. and Mrs
returned from Rochester, Minn,, Fri
day. Mr. "Wetenkamp underwent a
very serious operation while at
Rochester and. while still very weak
she is getting along as well as could
Last Friday evening Misses Ma
bel Francke and Maybell Snoke en-
tertained the Sophomore class in
honor of the two Mabel's sixteenth
birthday. The evening was spent in
playing various games and music. At
a suitable hour a dainty two course
luncheon was served which was en
joyed by everyone. The girls re
ceived many pretty and useful gifts. '
At a late hour the guests departed.
declaring they had a most enjoy
able time a
A car load of live poultry, to be
delivered at poultry ear near Bur
lington Freight Depot, Plattsmouth,
Neb., on Thursday, Nov. 20, one day
only, for which we will pay in cash
Hens, per lb 20c
Spring Chickens, per lb 19c
Ducks, per lb . 20c
Geese, per lb 20c
Old Boosters, per lb 11c
Henry Wetenkamp Turkeys, per lb 24c
Done lorgct tne date. Will be
on hand rain or shine.
W. E. EEENEY.
among the first settlers of Weeping
Ed Olander, the last of the threj
boys in this family, who were in the
service, has returned home thi?
week. He landed in Omaha from
overseas the 11th, Armistice day.
We understand that mail condition.;
have been such that he had not
heard from home since July. He en
tered the service in July, 1918, and
spent considerable of his time serv
ing as a cook.
The sad news was received this
week of the death of Chris Hansen'.-,
brother in Russia. Chris' brother
was in that part of Denmark which
made him a German soldier. He was
taken prisoner and spent three
months in Siberia, but waV on hi
way home in company with thirty
five other prisoners and was seized
by Russians bolshevists and all tak
en out and shot. While this sad af
fair happened in August, 1918. the
word has only just reached the rel
THE USUAL DINNER
little granddaughter. May Emily
, Tennant, was a caller at the Courier
office last Saturday. George does not
look a day older than when he left
here eleven years ago. He reports
all the former Louisville people who
have settled in this vicinity getting
along nicely and says they are all in
love with the northern country.
Frank DePuy and wife reside in the
city of Two Harbors, Clem Mayfleld
has a farm on the outskirts of the !
Lewiston Ladies Promise to be Or.
Hand with the Big Eats and
The ladies of Lewiston are pre
paring the ninth annual Thanks
giving dinner to be given at Lewis
ton on Thanksgiving day.
The proceeds of this dinner will
be used for putting the cemetery
and church in repair. Every one in
terested in the Lewiston cemetery
I -.'ill 1 . y-v nwmsirl rrv trJhttia 'Til f
. . . . , . .town and William Wade and famnyi v m
nd wishing Mabel and dinner served will consist of turkey
' liv lust a short distance from the1
Maybell many more happy birth- j ftlv Mr wrto has:and a11 the trimmings, each as sal-
days. ' j ,.",. . . i ads. Dies, vegetables of all kinds and
every known good thing to eat.
city. Until recently Mr. Wade has
conducted a dairy farm but on ac
count of the scarcity of help has sold
,his dairy cows and will become man-
j, ager of a famers' co-operative grain
. v,Q.. .....
J. E. SWASON, Prop.
Wm. Deles Dernier, of this place.
and Frank Linch adjusted on Thurs
dav of last week a loss of 500 bushels
of oats for Fred Schaefer southeast
Wm. Stege has made arrange
ments to have the old house on the
John McCabe place which he pur
chased some time ago torn down and
will erect a fine modern bungalow.
28x28. This will make a nice im
provement and a nice home for the
for a couple of weeks visiting with
lelatives and old-time friends.
Rev. W. A. Taylor will conduct
services at 11 a. m. and the after
noon will be devoted to a general
good time, visiting with the old
friends whom you have net met un
der similar circumstances since the
dinner of last year.
At C p. m., an oyster supper will
'C Plan to attend. Plan to give. Plan
Children Cry for Ffetcher'G
The Kind You Have Always Bought, .and which has been
ia use for over thirty years, has borne the signature cf
- and has beea made under his per
f sTrTT,. scnal supervision fince its infancy.
uzss. 'UXJ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-g jvA ' are but
Experiments that triils with and endanger the health cf
Infants and Children Experience a:cirst E:s;erimtnt.
What. is CASTOR? A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
seither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic syhstance. Its
age is its piaraniee. For more than thirty y?-r3 it hr.s
beer in constant us for the relief cf Constlpatior., I-latulency-"Wind
Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishnes,s arising
th?refrcm, and by regulating the Stomach d Bowe's, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving hea.lthy and natural tlecp
The Childrcu's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORS A ALWAYS
Hit- WlgliUiUii; U 4
Is Use For Over 30 Years
The ftsr.d You Have Always Bought
Mrs. Luke L. Wiles and son, Lin-f were among those going to Omah.i
ville. were among those going to
Omaha this morning to visit for the
day and look after some matters of
Hello! Heard about the dinner at
this morning to visit for the day and
look after some matters of business.
Turkey, turkey, at Lewiston on
Thanksgiving cay. '
Philip A. Horn and family drove
in from their home today to spend
Mrs. L. V. Copenhaver and child- ia few hours looking after some trad-
ren and Mrs. I). C. York and children ing with the merchants.
1" to assist in making this a successful
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murtey
.dinner as have been those preceding
j it in years past.
IT'S FOOLISH TO SUFFER
When So Many Plattsmouth People
Are Pointing Out the Way.
You may be brave enough to stand
Krn Youn? had the misfortune to I backache or headache or dizziness.
Notice to Ford Owners!
How are your lights? Does your motor
crank hard? If you have these troubles your
magneto is weak. A new magneto would
cost you $20.00 installed. We recharge
your magneto without taking your motor
were week-end visitors at the home
of their daughter Mrs. Leon Stoker,
at Rising City.
Rev. A. F. Ploetz went to Yale.
Last week Mr. Sheafbmder of Mon- Iowa. Saturday morning to nil tne
tana shipped 500 sheep here. These pulpit in the First Presbyterian
sheep w ere taken to the Wm. Kunz ! church Sunday.
farm where they will be kept for
a while. It was a big bunch of them g(t the fore finger cf his left hand But, if in addition urination is dis
and the most that have been around i broken Monday while working ajordered, look out! If you don't try
here for a while. buzz saw at the carpenter shop. The ' to fix vour sick kidneys, you may
A number of our local hunters hoard that he was sawing broke and (fall into the clutches of dangerous
took advantage of the cold snap on a piece flew striking the finger with disease before you know it. But, if
Monday morning and left for the such force as to break it. j you live more carefully and help
lakes near Schickley to hunt ducks, j Misses Jeanette Teegarden and ' your kidneys with Doan's Kidney
The party was composed of E. T. Dorothv Dunn who were in charge ; Pills, you can stop the pains you
. 1 iin, t i. .... h-;ti; 1 ... . . - c i i n ft a ii A '
vuujT-i, uto. nail, noi i i i uiiuii:. : o tne SOllClllug lor lue iiJ nca
Guy Clements and B. I. Clements. J Cross membership drive report $40!S
We expect-to see them return wiui I raised. The young ladies have made
some big duck stories. ja mighty good record and are deserv-
Erven Carroll won two straight . nf great praie for their untir
falls last Saturday from Conrad of jno- efforts.
I I Thayer, Iowa. the. Iowa champion.) Tuesday morning the new engine
Dome in and Let Us Explain!
Garage Phone 650
a; ' ezx::;s::. Br::a':-ii.H. tszmjo,:
House Phone 502
He beat him in less time than Ut th Uo-Vit nlnnt was started un
j - f L k '
e I Breedlove did a short time ago, the,and from the way it is performing,
f world champion in his class. The j everyone is feeling pretty good about
f -first fall in 21 minutes with a scis- the prospects for improved service.
f sors and .arm strangle, the same hold: it is a modern semi-diesel type en
gine and has a very business-like
sound to it with the distinctive
throbbing "put, put. put" of its
Mr. and Mrs. James Carey arrived
Monday morning from Rush Center,
'-W:-:-::M-M:--M-M-J . Kansas, for an extended visit at thr
I nil!CII 1 F home of their daughter, Mrs. Robert
' Courier t le- th of ,own- Mr" and Mr8-
I Carev are old timers of this com-
HI 11 lllll
with which he threw Jack Tolliver
of Omaha. The second fall in 15
j minutes and CO seconds and wrist
1nrlr T4a will urocHti Uoctoi rtf
I Lincoln. November IS, 1919.
Mr. Carey's parents were
have and avoid future danger r.3
well. Don't experiment use the
remedy Plattsmouth people are pub
licly endorsing. Ask your neighbor!
Read this care:
Mrs. J. M. Iliber, 1403 Vine St..
Plattsmouth, says: "Once in a while
I get a dull ache across my kidneys,
but a few doses of Doan's Kidney
Pills soon overcome this trouble. I
couldn't recommend a better medi
cine for backache and kidney com
plaint." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Hiber had. Fo5ter-Milburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
EED STEER LOST
Stadebaker's New Models
Gash Garry Grocer
Walter Stohlman moved his fam
ily this week from the rooms over
j the hardware store into their home
g on Cherry' street recently purchased
If of Dr. E. H. Worthman.
f I , !3 No. 3 size cans tomatocsL50c
! the marriage of Miss Ida Youngblad. t J size CaaS Prk .&nd beans-c
f of Lincoln, to Hal P. Stines. of Fair- ? ?0' "?JC
, , no. o size cans pjnraun
trained nurse . - -
3 No. a size cans firaui
mont. The bride is a
and is the daughter
We can make immediate deliveries of these
classy cars and take in your used car at prices
you can't afford to turn down. All factories
are speeding production and each new car
means another used car placed on the market.
What will result?
With a steel workers' strike, prices of steel
are not going to decline to say the least. Now
is the appointed hour to make your purchase.
FOR DEMONSTRATION CALL 79
Youngblad of Lincoln, former Loui-
3 lbs. lima beans for .50c
ville people, where thev are well 0 AU" "ttV- iU
known and have manv friends who'3 lbs' &rcen Pea8or JOc
extend best wishes and contrratula- . 3 lbs- Sood nce for-- C
Postmaster F. H. Ossenkop re-
3 .lbsT brown bep.ns for 25c
3 lbs. split peas 50c
4 lbs. nan cuke flour : 40c
ce.veu xrom .ne postomce e-,4 lbs. pUre ,buckwheat 50c
partment at Washmgton hat . Ins , . Washin?ton Crisps 30
aiary as postmaster naa oeen m-3.--. 50c
creasea 5200 per year
July 1, 1919. This will make the
Deginning- - ", v znn
lbs. loose oat meal 45c
I salary of he Iuisville postmaster 4 Seafoam.. 29c
Main St Garage Telephone 79
Block South of Postoffice
S 1,400 per annum. While the in
crease is not In accordance with the
advance of wages in other lines yet
Postmaster Ossenkop is grateful for
the increase at this time when the
cost of living is daily soaring sky
ward. George Waldron, of Two Harbors.
Minn., who was called here last
week to attend the funeral of his
Largs jar pure fruit preserves 38c
New California walnuts, lb 46c
GET Y0TIE UNDERWEAR
WHILE THE STOCK
Red niuley steer strayed from my
farm atout the ISth of October, the
long hair having been clipped frcm
his tail. Any information as to his
whereabouts will be liberally re
warded. by notifyingme.
Cedar Creek. Neb.
and a Regular JAZZ Entertainment!
Phiendsof Lincoln- Nebraska's Fore
most Dispensers of JAZZ
ADMISSION $1.00 AND WAR TAX
GIVEN BY K. K. G. CLUB
CARD OF THANKS
"We take this means of publicly ex
pressing our deepest appreciation cf
the many acts of kindness shown tc
us in the sickness of our beloved
wife and mother and for the tender
sympathy of the friends and neigh
bors in the hour of sorrow and death
of our loved one. Ernest Richter
and Family. I
BoilEi Hi OS o
GOOD TIME TO REPAIR AND OIL
BEFORE CORN HUSKING!
Complete Corn Elevator $275.00
1 Peter Schuettter, Newton and Charter Oak i
Wanted to Buy:
T. H. Pollock.
Good milk cow.
n 17-3d-lw ,
Oh j-ou big eats! Where? At Lew-;
iston. When? Thanksgiving. '
Also Extra Wagon Boxes and
Stoughton and I. H. C. Spreaders!
ALL SIZES GASOLINE ENGINES
E. F. LUTZ
Lost, on Cedar Creek road a weed
chain last Saturday. Finder please
notify P. A. Meisinger, telephone
Mrs. Wlliam Baird was among
those going to Omaha this afternoon
to spend a few hours.
FARM IMPLEMENTS I
JOHN F. ORDER,
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