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THHP.SDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1920.
PLATTSMOTTTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
THERE'S NOT A MAN IN THIS COM
MUNITY WHO DOESN'T NEED THE
SERVICE A GOOD, STRONG BANK
HAS TO OFFER.
This is a strong, conservative institu
tion, and we have an earnest desire to
Call on us at any time with your financial
problems, and it will be a pleasure to try
and help you solve them.
A Friendly, Serviceable Bank
ank of Unioni
bi' made at the alley, thus domR away
with the pols in the streets. This
will make main street the better and
will add much to the service of the
patrons as the underground circuit
will do awav with trouble.
Kir. Clarke was a v:?
la-t Friday visiting at
i: is parents for the day.
Sheriff ( D. Quinton
was a visitor
m t'ni n one day last week looking
after some legal matters.
"W. 15. I'.anning: had a car of ap
ples on track last Monday which he
was selling at 52.00 per bushel.
I'harles Hemphill of Nehawka was
a visitor at the home of Frank An
derson last Monday between trains:
Miss Eula Frans was the guest at
home of her friend. Miss Lena
Klaurens at Nehawka over Sunday.
On account of the inclemency of
the weather last Sunday there was
no service held at the Sciota school
Misses Bessie LaRue and Lydia
Clarke visited with friends in Omaha
Saturday and also done some trading
Mrs. Garretson of Omaha was a
Joe Bauer at their home in I'nion
Thomas Moore of Walthill. was a
ivisitor in I'nion for a few days during
the past week, spending the time
j with friends here.
The Farmers store had a car load
of potatoes on track last Monday
which were selling at 11.40 a bushel
and going rapidly.
, J. F. Wilson has jut completed
the painting of a barn at the home of
I John MrCarroll. w hich he has made
f look like a new one.
' Mr. M. K. Phepherdson. living near
the Sciota school, is reported as being
very sick at his home, and has been
for several days past,
j C. W. Clarke and A. I. Hathaway
were looking after some business mat
ters at Omaha last Monday evening,
going on the train to that place.
H. ll. Becker who has been in the (
' west all fall, returned home several
iitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i days ago and reported the west pros-
"That Baby Overland"
we have accepted the agency in Union and vicinity tor the
"Baby Overland." which you must see and ride in' to appreciate.
"We also carry' Oldsomobile Cars and Trucks and Reo Cars and
Trucks. We have a number of good mechanics ready for any work
that may be offered in the repair line. We also carry a full stock
of tires and accesories for all makes of cars. See us for cars or
UNION -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
We are harvesting an excellent crop of wheat in
Lincoln County, Colorado, at this tim. Come, see
land, where in many instances one crop will pay for
the land. We are making trips every Saturday. Call
and see L. R. Upton for arrangements and particulars.
The best land and at a price where any one can pur
chase and at prices where ane one can pay.
Box No. 11 - - - Union, Nebr.
! pering. but not equal to Cass county,
j Miss Ora Clarke who is attending
i a musical conservatory at Lincoln
! was a visitor at the home of her par
ents, C. W. Clarke and wife. Sunday.
Eugene Roddy was a visitor in
I'nion over Sunday, coming down to
spend the day with his folks and re
turning to his work in Omaha Sun
; Harry Zirk of Norfolk, an optome
trist, was a visitor in I'nion for a
hort time last Monday while on his
way to Texas, where he expects to
spend the winter.
There will he services at the M.
E. church at the regular hours next
Sunday and a cordial invitation is
extended to all to come and enjoy
and profit by them.
i jonn f . rorier anu w ne. w iiu
their little son. William Harry, of (
'nar Avoca. were visiting at the
homes of W. H. Porter and I). B. i
J'orter over Sunday.
lir. C. M. Swab was a visitor in
Omaha for a short time last Sunday
and remained over for Monday, re
turning home on the afternoon train
' i;f the Missouri Pacific.
) Joe Banning was looking after
some business matters at Nebraska
Citv last Mondav and among other
tilings was having some much needed
dental work done while there.
Bert Clarence. John Frans and
James L,ewin were visiting and look
ing after some business matters at
Nebraska City last Monday, going to
that city on the morning train.
Mrs. H. I... Swanson and two child
ren were visiting in Eagle at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Renner.
who are the parents of Mrs. Swanson.
they remaining over Saturday and
Otville McQuinn. O. W. Finney,
and Ira Clarke, were out on the Mis
souri for a time last Sunday and re
turned with some thirty-two duck.
They say the shooting was fine and
the results show it.
Mrs. Etta Bryan and Mrs. Lynn
Hammerston and son Bobbie, of Oma
ha, spent Sunday and Monday at the
home of their friend. Mrs. W. M. Bar
ritt of I'nion. They enjoyed an ex
cellent time while here.
Ellis LaRue and Kemper Frans,
who have accepted positions in the
Burlington shops at Flat tsmout h and
are employed there at the present
time were spending the week end at
the home of the folks m l nion last
Messrs. J. H. Miller and Henry
Cruder, of Nehawka. wore visiting
in Union for a short time last Mon
day, and while here inspected the
work recently done on the home of
W. H. Porter. They were on their
way to Omaha to look after some
Reuben Hathaway reports that a
duck while en route from the north
to the "Sunny South' alighted in his
cornfield and became mired in the
mud. Mr. Hathaway was afraid to
say much about it. fearing W. H.
Porter or Fred Clarke would go out
and kill the poor thing.
J. C. Paling and W. J. Miller, both
of Nebraska City, were in I'nion lat
Monday morning looking after some
business matters for the Keystone
Pipe company and were in consulta
tion with V. B. Banning, who is
secretary for the company whose
main factory is in Nebraska Citv.
The Modern Woodman hall is be
ing prepared to accommodate travel
ine road shows and numerous "vaude
ville" acts may be looked for during
the long winter months. This will
in no way interfere with the enter
tainments being put on by Messrs.
Willis and Lindsay, which have so
far proven excellent.
Fred Clarke. Glen Austin. Ira
Clarke and Blair Porter were out
hunting ducks last Tuesday morning
and hunted at the barber shop lact
Monday, in their talk, practicing for
the event of the day following. Suf
fice to say they got enough ducks in
their anticipations, but how many in
the actual trial we do not know.
Mrs. E. .1. Mauzey. Mrs. E. G.
Todd. Miss Elsie Taylor and W. H.
Porter were in attendance at the
Cass county Sunday school conven
tion which was held at Elm wood on
last Monday and Tuesday. Owing to
the bad weather the delegates from
here did not get to go until Tuesday,
thereby missing out on the first day's
Made a Good Drive.
The committee which was ap
pointed to look after securing funds.
! for the Salvation Army drive, and of
.which L. G. Todd is chairman, has
succeeded in collecting a considerable
amount of money for the work. A
balance of .t7, left on hand from
other drives was applied to this fund,
and with the contributions made a
.total of $118.50. The contributors
'and amounts were as follows: F. H.
'McCarthy and L. G. Todd, $10 each;
W. P.. Banning. $": Mont Robb and
Joe Banning. $? each; Robert Willis,
?2; W. C. Carraher. lr. C. M. Swab,
'll. L. Burbee, K. I Stine, J. M. Pat
terson, J. A. Talkington. Frank H.
Bauer, Jessie Todd. !.. K. Upton. Jack
Lidgett. C. F. Harris. Ii.-rwoud Lynde.
E. W. Keedy. W. O. Burbee. A. 11.
'Austin. Geo. Eaton and I. W. Fos
ter. $1.00 each: C. W. Chirk, .".
notwithstanding his protets he was
elected to the position. Mr. Taylor
who is a minister of the gospel, and
by virtue of that position, his mission
is t heal difference betwc-n friends
and neighbors, nut try th"m i a
e;!f of law and for that rearTi he
N not accepting the position. lie i
expressing his warmest thanks to
those friends who .-o gmcionly sup
ported him for the ofti-.-e. supposing
that he would accept it. While feel
ins detply irrateful for t he expression
of t ! i . ; r iriendship. he inn-t i.-ui ?
them th;:t lie cannot accept the p,;-:-ti-..n.
Will Take Easiness Course.
Herbert L.iKue will di parr for I
coin nc.' Sunday evining to In git'
a li;iiiit-- course in the Lincoln Bu :
:ess College, preparatory to eu'erltii;
a business car" -r. Hi rbert ha.- t ti
native abiiit v a l: (I we a re sure h- v i:i
Women Ac-know If dge Kindness
'!'! ladi-.- of the M-t !! dist -Inirch.
who st rved dinner ami --upper ;:t the
as and Mitts, Salt and
time to clo that Painting.
BY COINING TO
Now 13 ihs
DO NOT LET WINTER CATC
OUT O? COAL
ave it now
A GOOD STGQK
lore v l
I .. r,r.v mean to
OF COOTS tffl SHOES
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Will Return to Union.
Earl Dawson, who has bei n mak
ing his home near Walthill. wh re
he has been employed as a farm hand,
was a visitor in Un.on f,-r a few days
and with Mrs. Dawson, were guests
of friends here, departing- last Mon
day for Plattsmout h w ii.-re they vi--ited
for a short time at the home of
C II. Frans and w:f.. of that pla'-e
tit-fore departing for the n rth. When
Mr. Dawson .-hall have con. pitied the
picking of the crop of corn, he and
his wife will return to Union to mak'
their home. He declares that he
likes the vicinity -f Union the ! t-ter.
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78 Retail Stores and 4 Factories give Kinney's enough volume to undersell,
sold every day by this great concern save its customers nearly one-half.
The' thousands of
Let xis r.aY'e you money
Extra SneciaU Men's Rubber Boots!
Are you prepared for them? Now is the time to
get ready for cold weather and snow.
Give us an order for storm doors and storm win
dows before a storm strikes you.
Better fix up the sheds and barns. Neglected stock
will show the results.
How about the chimneys on the house? More
fires are started from defective flues than most any
other cause. Look 'em over NOW.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
Frans Bros'. Lumber Co.,
Telephone Company Will Improve
The I'nion Telephone company
will in a short time make some very
radical changes in the handling of
their lines in the city. They have
on the way some 2.000 feet of cable
which will he installed in the city in
the course of a few weeks. The ca
ble will be laid from the pole near
the exchange east to the home rf
L. O. Todd and also extending one
block south and two blocks north of
that place. The cable will be laid
under ground and connections will
You Can Eat !
and Canned Goods!
Also Working Clo he and
Boots and Shoes!
We will have Fresh Meat from
this date on.
Bring in Your Fresh Produce
Black knee length rubber boots that
are worth easily double our scle price.
This week onlv. at
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RUBBERS FOR MEN, WOMEN
U. S. flRKY
Russet calf dress
shoes. Every pair in
spected. An excel
lent shoe for winder.
pair. . . t
- - V
EUSen's Dress Shoes
Men's black and tan dress shoes blu
cher or English styles. A rare bargain,
at, per pair
Tan or black calr l.ice, n!i
to 6. Verv
all week, ;.t V
srun metal 1
s. cry tf tf
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78 Retail S
tores and 4 factories!
High Louis heel in bl
graT and combina
tion. Worth doublt
700 Pairs of Ladiss'
High heels, all
all colors and
binations at . . ,
Shoes for Growing
In bu)ing shoes for the grow
ing foot, precaution must be taken
again.vt early cramping, hy select
iii cnlv those l;uilt around cor
; tf reatt
owiri3 feci . . .
and up to $G.98
calf or kid
SOUTH SIXTH STREET
CUTH SIXTH STREET
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R. D. STINE,
UNION -:- -:- NEBRASKA
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