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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1919.
! ilOW SERVING WITH
Why pay $75.00 to $100.00 for a new ovei
coat when I can rebuild your old one for a fraction
of the price of a new one. After having it repaired,
cleaned and pressed you've got practically a new
coat at a nominal price. I am dyeing a great many
army overcoats in navy blue, dark brown and black.
They dye nicely. Look over your winter clothes
now and have them put in shape to wear.
TECEIVE3 A FINE PRESENT
('ri.iii Tuesday's Daily.
TROOPS OVERSEAS Trt'zzrm"
receiving a wed-
Frorn Monday's I.aii..
Mrs. Ed S. Tutt and Mrs. O.
OPPOSITE JOURNAL OFFICE
Main Street, Vejvoda's Old Stand
S. Army in France.
ilifi'r i-rent run ifst i n cr of n nursfi of
Leslie Hall, u Former Plattsmouth $34 which was presented to the I)aivis' of Murray- ,the cily
Boy Now Doing Duty witn U. I ,v we(ls ,,y L. c. Sh and (he .or a .e, noura iookuir auer
, . . , A . .. ,,. sonic Dullness mailers,
associates of Mr. Short in the Sharp,
I t t if :n t .
this city and Mr. and! J- OI -enawKa, was in me
Short. parents of theielt-v Saturday for a few hours look-
ing after some matters of business
f hi 1 '
Fr'tr Monday's Dallv.
Chester Welshimer has just re
ceived a letter fumi his young friend.
!.esl: 1 1 all. son of Mr. and Mrs.'
jileore Mall, formerly of this city,:
I in which the young mar. informs him
that he is now doing duty with the
American troops in K irope. wIk'p
!hv are t!ma.-''il in closing up tro
intere-ts rt' the American govern
Le-rlio vv.s st:iiioned fr a short
time at :mp -Meade, MarIa:id. at
which point the replacement units
v.vre r.io"'iliz'd and sailed on Octo
ber for Prance with a unit of
loo m-ii. Tli f trip occupied six
d:i and they were k:nded at r.re.-t.
the chief American port of embar
kation. Leslie is a nephew of John S. Hall
of Omaha and of Mi;s Anna liall of
this city and is well known to the
y jtiric, p 'ople, 1 avinv. Kun educated
here in the pi:! lie slto:d.-
'o School Directors and Teachers:
The epidemic season is at hand and all possible pre
caution should be taken to prevent a repetition of the t.
peiince of last ear.
U.-e PIXE-O TIDE for clisinff ciion t'e?!;s, feats, floors
and ail other surfico in the school tooin.
is soluble in wate . has a fragrant odor, is non-irritating
and is endorse'" throughout the country by physicians
and bach -r u '-; i-r.
FOR SAL EY
a . n s? it
A PLEASANT SURPRISE
Fritn 'iiics'lay's I'ailv.
Thf heme of Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
I'otner wa the .cere of a very pleas
ant siatherim: on Sunday, when
:i::'i'.icr of their relative and frietul
t:ave ihvm a very plea-an' surprise
.'vhout tlie :miO!1 !; ;ir .me tweniv
C. i -Ue-t ; i".vaded th- ("otner hcni'V
i brincinsr with theni many baskets.
Sjwe.l lad'-n v.ith thin us to eat,
7'and which were made a feature of
th" m i j i - i :i ; m-' a!.
I)ifinu t!i i't'tf rii.ion that follow
ed th.e p!e-;.n dinner party thtre
w e--e musical iimtitu r- and soni;s.
w I: ieh served pa-s the t iii;e pleas
antly and the ai'ter:ie' n was eoi e al
most before anyone 1 ad piven !if ed
t ) t !-, fe,.t :; - hours.
Those in nttcdance vi v Mr. n . :!
Mr--. .1. I?. Corner. Mr. and Mr . S. L.
("otner end child-( n. Choly ; s-nd
A: '1'1'.-: !r.. lie Lloyd and son.
Anderson, of t ' th of Murr.'y ; Mr.
Mr Ir:: 'i Marl.,, a'y-o "f
Murray: Mr. and Mrs. Kv (' le
son. Thmas; M i; FA ("otner; Airs
Le-ter ("h.risw i--er, of I'.ent. Colo
rado; AVilter Tower; Mr.;. Cora M:: -p'e
and d -uht'r and son. of Ilalvev.
.Vf !,r:i;-k !. the former b ins a dau.'h
t ' l- i Mr.-. J. 1 ' t ner.
CARD OF THANKS
Goodrich 6000 mile tares, any size cr
type, sold this month at list Scss 5 percent.
Denatured AlcohrJ $1.00 per
Avoid radiator trouble by filling up now.
CEDAR CREEK -:- -:. NEBRASKA
V.'r r-.V.- t!;is m-'-ir of roibli'dv ex-r-"
i -r our heart fe!' appreciation
of t!:o many acts of l;:r.(ire-"s r.r.ii
? nipat by ;:o vi to u during
tin:" of t!;e sickness and death. ".'
(:: I f I -ved father ar.'J hm-band. F.s
r,",i:,lly do wo iecire to tb.ank He v.
Fat!i-r Hues-er for his crmfortins
'.i.rd--. !!: rhoir of th" Holy Rosary
cl'ifci- and Mr. Cyril Janda for their
servires and the St. James lodge for
!! ir atftnd inre at the home and the
rhurch durins the funeral fcrvires
''e al.-o wish to thank all those who
po kindly remembered our loved cit'e
with th" beautiful floral tributes.-
Mrs. .b "an Nashel and Children.
When Mr. Short arrived at work
yesterday mornins he was informed
of the fact that the parents and the
employes of the factory as well as
the proprietor wished to see that the
you us people received some suitable
l emcmbrance of the happy occasion
that had befallen them on Saturday
ami accordingly presented him "with
the little token.
MARRIAGE ON SATURDAY
Pron Tuesday's Laity.
Kriends in this city have received
announcements from County Commis
sioner and Mr. II. J. Miller of Alvo,
of the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Leah Trances, to Rev. Earl M.
Howman. The wedding occurred on
Saturday. November 2L'nd at Mc
pherson. Kansas, and is the outcome
of a school romance as the bride has
been a student at the University of
Kansas since her graduation from
the Alvo high school, and while there
met Mr. Howman, who was also at
tending school. ;'
The young people will make their
future horn at Lawrence. Kansas.
The bride ha.', been one of the popu
lar young ladies of Alvo and her
nary friends therv will learn with
much pleasure of the new found hap-pine-s
'hat lias befallen her and
trust that the. years before her may
be tilled with the happiness that she
o well deserves.
REDISTRICTING SOARD MEETS.
From Tues'ia '? Pally.
The rc district iug heard of the
!;!. wakh i- !o"':ing after the re-di-tricting
of the county school dis
tiis. in ?e;-iu!i today at the
office of County Sup rintendent Mis
Alpha l'cur.-( n. The ether members
f the loii'd are J.d-n J. Gust in. of
Murdcck. and James M. Teegarden.
f Wopinif Water, and the member?
of the board ;pe:.t the day looking
o v r the pians as ov.tiir.ej for a care
ful readjustment of the school boun-i::r
DEATH i.T GREENWOOD.
and visiting with his friends.
Attorney C. K. Graves and Dan
Lynn, of Union, were in the city to
day looking after some matters in
the county court this morning.
Dr. M. D. Reihart, of Omaha, for
merly a resident of Louisville, was in
the city today for a few hours look
ing after some business matters. Dr.
Reihart is one of the leading veteri
narians in the metropolis.
Frorr. Tuesday's Pally.
Attorney c. S. Aldrich, of Elm
wood was in the city today looking
after some matters at the court
Fred L. Zink and Oscar Zink. of
Elmwood, were among the visitors
in the county seat today, attending
to some matters at the court house.
Frank Vallery, the Murray land
man, was in the city today attending
to .some matters of business and go
ing to the metropolis this afternoon.
Miss Alice McOarroll. of Union, is
in the city assisting in the work at
the Farmers State Dank during the
absence of T. M. Patterson, cashier.
Charles Johnson, of Louisville, was
a visitor in Plattsmouth yesterday,
calling on his many friends in the
county seat, and while here dropped
in on the Journal for a short visit.
Ran Minford. Charles Spangler, W.
G. Roedeker and L. I). Hiatt of the
Murray school board were in the
city today interviewing the relis
tricting board on the school situation
County Surveyor Fred Patterson
was among those going to Omaha
this afternoon, from where he will
go to Louisville to look after some
surveying work at the stone quarry
r.ear that place.
Max Duda and. wife were in Om
aha yesterday visiting with their
daughter. Anna, at the hospital and
leport that the young woman is in
a very serious condition and that
very little hope of her recovery is
C. II. Lau. one of the prominent
residents of near I;uisville, was in
tiie city yesterday for a few hours,
being called here by the illness of
Gustavo Lau. south of the city. Dur
ing his stay in the city. Mr. Lau was
a pleasant calier at the Journal office.
OF THE CONDITION
Vv:u Tucs. !:.! Pally.
County Clerk George R. Sayles di
Parted this morning for Greenwood
to attend the funeral of his cousin.
Mrs. Ollie Savles. but was delayed
bv the train and being unable U
reach Greenwood in time for the fun
oral was compelled to return to this From Monday s Pailv.
city on No. 1. Mrs. Savles died at Yesterday was the seventy-third
her home in Greenwood Saturday birthday anniversary of Mrs. J. W.
night after an illness of some time Johnson and in honor of the event
and the services were held this morn- the children of this estimable lady
PLEASANT FAMILY PARTY
ing from her home in that place.
TO RETURN HOME
arranged a very pleasant birthday
dinner and one which was enjoyed
to the utmost by members of the
The dining room and table were
very pleasantly arranged with the
BANK OF GASS COUNTY
of Plattcmouth, Nebr.
liter No. r,4J in tie State of Xe
I'laska at the -ose of iHiiiifSij
I .November 1".. 1
A VISIT TO THE
Brown Park Mineral Springs
at 25ih and O Streets, South Omaha, now under new
management, will convince you that we are fully equip
ped and prepared to treat you for rheumatism in all of
its various forms. Also colds, la grippe, nervous trou
ble, clc. We have relieved hundreds of others and we
can help you.
Skillful Service and Courteous Attention
Given to AH Our Patrons
l.".;ins ;i ml isemi n t s . . .
vei lira: Is
yi i uuii, s, jmlKtiients,
e ! a 1 1 1 1 s, elf
lli.r as.-. -Is l.il.eily lionds
I'.arik i ti house, furniture ami
Oil...,- r,.;i ,..iat.-
C'liicTit exp.-ti.-e. taxes ami
I !; !nni National ami Mate
I'lieelcs ami itenits of exeli'ire
Sili-r. niekels imkI eents....
l ."ri i. on
From Tuesday's Dally.
Mrs. I. A. McCrary. yesterday re
ceived a message from her son, John fau flowers and here the members of
McCrary. at I'heonix, Arizona, an- the family partook of the very plea---
nouncing that he expected to start Jjn repast that had been prepared
for home in a few days and would for them.
soon be back in Nebraska. John left Those what leathered with Mr
this city several weeks ago in com- j Johnson to celebrate the day were
pany with Theodore Lister, hut I jr. an,i Mrs. jav Johnson. St. Jo-
states that he and his partner had seph, Missouri; Mrs. J. K. Johnson,
separated at El Taso, Texas, where Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Frank II
Ted remained for a time and now I Johnson. Weeping Water; Mr. and
John has decided that he will once Mrs. W. F. Gillispie and Mrs. Joseph
more seek the old home state.
Adams, of this city.
ACCEPTS NEW POSITION
AN ADDITION TO FAMILY.
From Tuesday's Dally.
The firm of C. E. Wescott's Sons
have an addition to the clerical force
:.::imwio , of their store in the person of Emil
"' ' "j.I. 1 1 ild. who yesterday morning com
":Vo7; ';') 'uienced his work for this enterprise jom.s
T T. I,
From Monday's Dally.
The pleasant news has been re
ceived in this city of the arrival of
a line little daughter on last Thurs
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
at Utica. Nebraska. The
ing firm. 1 mot her and little one are both do-
Mr. ilild is one of the popularJin ,,jC0v ami the occasion has brot
J'.l ':..''"! yi "len of the city and well quali-ull(ol(1 joy to (ho ,)roud father, as
j.;:h.so lieu in every way ior nis new posi-1 . tne reiatives in this city.
i . .,.. . . 1 1.;.. . . , hi. Frirrw?.i gro tvrpnt. I . . - t . .
o,39;.sj i 1 '""-' v.- . tr..- 1'i iie luanv irienus join in wibimiK
ly pleased to see him decide to lo- ,he mt,c ouc a long aml bappy fu-
;:;.! i :.ti i
f':idtal .vtofic raid In
.nr!.lm- f n ml
l'mlivld. d proiits
lT"liiilmil deno.sit.-i siilijeet
Time cert ili. at.-s l .lep'os'it!
'ashler's i li,. ks outstanding
' ' ' ' " National and State
! eiositor-N Kiiaranty f u'ud . '. '.
T T. 1
no. ooi. oo
17,-1 sr.. 1 1
!."'. 7 S'J '.IK
cate in this city.
TO COMPLETE STRUCTURE
From Monday's Daily.
At the time the First Methodist
State of Nebraska 1
ciiuniy of Cass J
I. H. F. rattorson. Cashier of the
above naine.l bank do hereby swear
that the above statement Is a correct
and true copy of the report made to
the State Banking Board.
1 1. F. I'ATTRItSOV,
The party who stole the small en
gine attached to the large engine of
JW. E. Propst were seen taking the church building was erected a few-
same from the larm ot t ranK mot- Jt wag ,eft unflolshed in
zer. Jr. uwner win give pau,ra lt" one detail, that of the bell tower on
-;ays to return same or get into trou- fhe BOUtheast corncr 0f the building,
ClIAS. CfAHMELB. Director.
JACOB TIUTSCH. Director
ouhaerlhd and sworn to before me
this 24th day of November, 1!U!
ANN hi C. I1AS.SLKR.
'Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Seot. 22. 1923.
ble. W. E. Propst.
2tw, 1 td
and has since stood in this incom
pleted state, exposing the bell to the;
elements and detracting from the
general appearance of the otherwise
This, however, is to be changed,
Mouey to loan on city real estate I the members of the official board
Wanted to Buy: Good milk cow,
not more than ten years of age. A
Jersey preferred. Tel. 33S-J. 2tw
by the Plattsmouth Loan & Building
Association. See T. M. Patterson.
at the?r meeting last weeK ueciueo
that in the future the unsightly J
tower would no longer reflect dis-
We print everything but money credit ou the building and ordered
nd butter. Let us serve you. the work on the tower to be com-
Having decided to retire and move to Louisville, 1
will sell at Public Auction on farm 4 miles south and '?
mile east of Louisville; 1 2 miles north and 1 mile east
of Manley, and 5 mi!cs r.c:.!i and y2 mile west of Weep
ing Water, without reserve, on
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1919
the following described property:
8 HEAD OF HORSES S
Span of black mares, wt. 2,000 smooth mouth.; Mack mar--r,
years old. weight 1,200; Steel grey gelding. ?, years id 1. weight
1.150; Bay soldinjr. 4 years old. weight 1.250; P,av eldiiitr 2 yerus
old, weight 950; Span mares. 10 years old. weight 2,000.
Set of buggy harness; one single harness.
19 HEAD OF CATTLE 19
7 head of milch cows; One thoroughbred Shorthorn bull, com
ing two years old; 4 heifers coming fresh in the spring. ; yearling
TEN HEAD CHESTER WHITE SHOATS.
FARM IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS, ETC.
2-row stalk cutter; Case riding cultivator, almost new; Kck'k
Island riding cultivator; John Deere riding cultivator, almost new;
Jenny Lind walking cultivator; :-s-ction harrow; King press drill;
Hudlong disc; Osburn side delivery rake, almost new; li;-inch Twen
tieth Century riding plow; 14-inch Hock Island riding plow; John
Deere riding lister; David Dradley corn planter with furrow opener;
7-foot Deering binder in good condition; 5-foot Adrhmce. mower",
almost new; gearless hay loader; Madison 2-row. almost new; Mal
ison 46-foot corn elevator with lH-foot spread; ball bearing grind
stone; Corn King inanure .-preadcr; .ewt--n waton; Mitchell 'wag
on: carriage: tcp hugy; rond buggv: truck v.-a on with two ..7
of wheels; hay rake in good condition; disc, plow;
h. i. Shehh n
gas engine; wooa saw witn .. niades; feed grirder; 5u-gal. f.ed
cooker, good as new; r.u-gal. feed cooker; 200-egg old Trtisiy in
cubator, good as new; 70-egg Smith incubator; nine tons 'good
prairie hay; seven tons alfalfa hay; base burner, lS-inch fire pr,t ;
6-hole cook stove; wood bae burner; some household good:; and
ether articles too numerous to mention .
Sale Will Open at 10 O'CIock Sharp A Bi2 Free
Lunch will be Served at 11:30.
COL. WILL DUNN. Auct. W. J. EAU. Clerk
pleted and the matter will be at
once taken up. The plans ure for
the completion of this portion of the
building by the cold weather and
then the Methodists can well feel
proud of their handsome church edifice.
Try a lournal
For Sale: My residence property
South Chicago Avenue in IM.itt
moulh. Four acres, 5-room houe,
with iiasement and cellar, veil, hflru.
chicken hor.se. Well improved. A.l-dre.-s
Mrs. F. M. Ilr-?se. 125 So. Cher
ry St., Ottumwa, Iowa.
Get your Tliankspving cards at
the Journal office.
Real Estate and Insurance!
Equitable Life Insurance Co., of New York
Massachuse's Bonding & Ins. Co., Accident and Health
American Live Stock Insurance Co.
Bankers' Automobile Insurance Co.
Bankers Fire Insurance Co.
Central National Fire Insurance Co., of Des Moines
FARM LANDS AND CSTY PROPERTY!
Six good Cass county farms for sale; irrigated and
table land in North Platte Valley.
see F. G. EGENBERGER
cr EMIL J. HILD,
OFFICES HOTEL WAGNER BUILDING
Telephone 108 Plattsmouth, Neb.
Big Type Poland-China Boars
Fourteen Big Type Poland-China Boars
for sale. Black Prince is the sire of these
boars, and the dams are Waubonsie Girl,
Waubonsie Carrie Queen, Waubonsie 2d,
Waubonsie Queen. These boars dams came
from the Waubonsie Herd. These sows arc
the breeding of Weatherhead Bros. & Wolfe.
Black Prince is the breeding of Adolph
James L. Terryberry & Son,
Cedar Creek, Nebraska
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