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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1921)
MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1921
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOUF.NAL
Prepared ia the Interests of the People of Nehawka and Surrounding Vicinity Especially
for the Journal Readers.
Alert for Nehawka's best good. Ne
K. M. Griffin has accepted a
position with the state as guard in
the state penitentiary.
Peter Opp waa a visitor in Xe
hraska City last week, where he was
the guest of his daughter.
The Nehawka Bank is ever guard
ing :ne interests of the people of
.'. hiwka and community.
Kveretf Hutledge. since the closing
4,f the school is assisting in the
printing office of his father. A. B.
E. M. Pollard and wife were at
tending the district meeting of the
Old Fellows last Friday, driving over
i ti , V. ei r fa r
l.-rt Lloyd was a passenger to Lin- j
coin last rnuay. wnere ne went 17
h ok after some l.tisiness matters f-jr
a short time.
Lester Wunderlich was a visitor in
Plattsmouth last Friday, where he
STOP AT FRANS' CAFE!
Half gallon ....
Near beer, 2 for,
. . . .30c
.... 1 7c 1
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
EKESH P.KKAD DAILY
JOHN OPP, Propr...
Nehawka -:- -:- Nebraska
. - - .VV.-::-'..
Busy? Yes, You Be!!
We can get to your job,
though in a short time. Re
member our work and ma
terials are the best.
Also, the 25c discount is
still in force.
VI. B. DALE,
Nehawka -:- Nebraska
You Like to Know
that the remains of the loved one
are resting safe from interruption.
While living the downy bed was not too szood a place
for them to repose. Now the CONCRETE VAULT
will keep their remains secure. We have them all over
the county for sale. You'll find the satisfaction alone
worth more than the cost. Most approved vault made.
See Us for All Kinds of Cement Work
Miller & Gruber,
NEHAWKA -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
TIRES! TIRES!! TIRES!!!
We are selling tires at a very low price, that are of
the highest quality and guaranteed to give the best of
service. Our stock of electrical fixtures and supplies
is well filled with attractive goods at right prices.
Do not forget that we recharge batteries, and that
our service department is the best. We are keeping
two excellent mechanics for auto repair work.
The Lumberg Garage,
NEHAWKA -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
We can supply your wants in the line of imple
ments and farm machinery just now cheaper than later
in season, as there is a considerable price advance on
stock purchased this spring, which we can save you
through having the goods in stock. Repairs, also.
h. f: kropp,
NEHAWKA -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
was looking after some l-usiness mat
ters for a short time.
Erank Claus .of Plattsmouth, was a
visitor in Nehawka last Friday vis
iting with friends and iookingafter
some business matters.
Supt. H. E. Huston will attend
the Smith Hughes conference of
school workers which is scheduled to
meet in Lincoln this week.
It is not right that you should pat
icnize other banks, while t,he local
bank i.s looking after the interests of
the community in money matters.
Vm. Hicks, who has been building
a home for himself 011 the lot where
he has his garage, has the same com
pleted and is making his home there.
Grover Hoback. the gonial postmas
ter, was looking after some business
in the rustling neighboring village
of I'nion last Friday, making t:ie trip
in his car.
H. H. Stoil has been kept busy
unloading cement and lit ruber for the
Sturm lumber yard, and while not
working in this line, is employed at
Mrs. Geo. Polos and mother wort:
spending the day at Nebraska City
last Friday, making the trip via th:
Missouri Pacific, where they wen.
looking after s;me trading.
An operator from Weeping Water
has been asi-ting in the local ex
change (hiring the extra work which
Miss Alia Davis had, incident to Un
closing of tile sr-h'.ol year.
Charles Swab and wife with their
laughter, were linking after some
business at Avoca and Voeni:::.' Wa
tt r lat Friday, and stopped here ;m
their way home t 1; ke Frank homo
Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). Cross
of I'nion. were visitors in Nehawka
last Sunday and attended the bac
calaureate rerinon which was deliver
ed by the Rev. H. G. McClusky of
Mrs. J. G. Wunderlieh and Mrs.
Henry Schumaker wire pa;-.tneer
to Weeping Waier List Friday, where
they attended the Ke: ekah disirie:
meeting whk-h was holding at that 1
place last Week.
1). I). Adams, the druggist, and
wife, enjoyed a vi iii from their t'o; -nier
neigiibors. Mr. and Mrs. J. look
er, who was engaged in painting here
for enie time, but who make theTr
home at Auburn now.
While the Nehawka liank is ever
looking after the wi li'are of the busi
ness interests of the communis' y if
Nehawka. it is just and right that you
should give them your business, f t r
your interests are mutual.
Master IJarton Sutphin. who un
derwent an operation for the remov
al of his tonsiles s;u:e time ago.
now reported as being entirely re
covered from the ordeal and is enjoy
ing much improved health.
With the cloi:ig of the year f
the state university. Misses Doris
Hagney and Clara Schumaker. who
have been attending that institution
ate home again and : l.-o Mrs. Schu
maker, who has been keeping h.nise
f.;r the girls.
The final examinations of the Ne
hawka school, were very ; a t isfaet rv
to ill concerned. Sunu failed to
maintain the high average, but this
on account of the laek of personal
application which they should hae
given to the matter.
Miss Klar.ehe Creamer, the efficient
clerk in the Nehawka bank, is en
joying a short vacation fr:.m her
work and will return refreshed for
the duties which await her. Mis
Creamer has made an excellent as
sistant in the work of the hank.
Dr. .1. W. Thomas. James H. Pal
mer, and Frank P. Sheldon were the
guests of Ua.Mnond C. Poliaid in aj
trip to Omaha last Friday, thev go
ing in the auto of Mr. Pollard and
found business in the metropolis
booming and the roads very good.
The Switier Krothers have just
sold and will instri'.l a new pumping
outfit and windmill to Mrs. Eliza
beth Easter. Which will materially
aid in caring for the water supply
for tiie stock ;;nd other purposes on
her farm a few miles f;m Nehawka.
The llev. W. ('. l'r isman, vh : is
loci'ed at Sterling at tin's time, but
who formerly was minister to the
church here, vas up and attended th
closing exercises of the Nehawka
schools, he having a son who ha
completed his high s he 1 courve and
graduated with honors a: Sterling
Key Coalman and family of Alvo.
At re visiting wi'h t fiends in Nehaw
ka last Wednesday, coming over in
their car to attend th: exerei.-as a'
ttndant to the oornmenr-c-in n' cxer-eh-es
of the Nehawka school. The
storm was of so'-h magnitude th:.?
they were compelled to remain over
A. 15. Ku:kd:e, the rustling print
er who is kepi busy :il his trad, art d
who las a v-. , smi-fac' .ry business,
is at this time building a new addi
tion I', his l:u-i'i"ss h mse whi i; h
i to use as a sir.i".; ''oom. lu- ileret 1
fore tiot h.!"i:itr room for the stor
ing of nec'sary stork which he ns
f - in hi- business.
The new v.ll which is iie-Tssiry
for th.e :iev. home w'ni-h A. 15. itr
i"ge is to :i Itli'd oh t'.ie p.;
v.hi. '1 he recently purchased i'l ti:
a-'t irf'rtien of Neh: ka. is j.'w g
in:: down, and i :':ie inMial s'p to
the making of an tdeatit hoi:;e ir
East Neha'Aka. v. -,:ch it is cxp rt"d
will be fd!o'V( (! ? y ;!o'is in a s'i rt
A party of .some eighteen i.iet.i-ber.-:
..f the hih sohoid wont to
Paker's move near Weeping Wtit.r
la-t Friilay. v. here t'aey pii-n i'.eti
and had inrnded to e?ij y a winter
loast. M no mear ; i: 1 starting a fire
was a? hand. s they had a wit m r
ir.'tij roat and tle-a r'-p lired to th
i: t- cream parh'rs at V.j ping Water
whir" tluy enjoyed a few dishes
delic ious ice re.:m before rr; ti rn 'no
Doing Satisfactory Business
The Park f-r Nehawka is doing a
very nice business, notwithstanding
the rather do-e:ie.-s of time over the
country and which are geCn;g 'better
at this time. With the conservative
methods which tiii bank has In i n
maintaining, they are sure to hae
thf-ir share of the business. l)o n -t
forget that your money ;.nd y.ur
interest is always well c:;r;! for by
this ir.st ii ii? ion.
Rffcckahs Go tc Weeping Water
The Daughters of Kebekah of Ne
hawka. went 10 Wttping Water la.st
Friday whet' they attended the dis
trict meeting of the Odd Fellows an;!
put on an excellent drill team work
at the meeting of the Kehekah a. -seniLly,
and also attended both the
banquet and reception which were
tendered the visiting members from
other places. A number of tiie l.uli";
:ipi on the train in tiie evennu
an i returned :n the one later, while
a number went with cars. Amor.g
th" latter were 'halnurs Swit.er and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Tucker.
Norris. c. K
.mrs. W. A.
Moore and J. W. Mag-
Make Trade Themselves
The Erans restaurant and cafe is
doing an excellent busine-s. having
gotten in a manner straightened up
and are having a tine' business. The
trade which was made by himself and
Mr. Griffin, proving one of much,
worth to Mr. Erans and is enabling
him to do a fine business. Mr. Grif
fin as yet has not determined ju:
what he will do. but is ccn.-idering
some propositions which he wfii prob
ably take up.
Mrs. Nick Klaurens Very Serious
Mrs. Nick Klaurens. who was tak
en to Omaha where she entered the
Eenger hospital and underwent an
operation last Tuesday for a rupture,
which she had sustained, was report
ed as getting along nicely for a time.
I ut during the latter part of last
week developed tendencies looking
towards pneumonia which the phy
sicians have been endeavoring lo
avert. It is the hope of her friends
that she may soon bo well again.
Business Showing Improvement
The general tone of the business
done at the Sheldon Manufacturing
company is very satisfactory in it.
showing, as with every week there is
an increased volume hf business com
ing to the concern. The company
is doing mere business than at any
time during the present year, and feel
that there is reasonable cause f:;r
Have Cheap Lumber
As will be seen in another column,
will appear an ad te'ling of lumber
for wile by the Sheldon Manufactur
ing company, which has come by the
cutting of their stock for use in the
factory and which has left excellent:
lumber in quantities of two bv six,
stuff of lengths which are suitable for i
many purposes and which can le
used to great advantage on a farm '
which is going at mnvh lower prices
than the new lumber averages at.
Read their ad and get an idea of
what it is worth to you. j
A new size package !
Ten for 10c.
Dealers carry both;
lOforlOc; 20 for 20c.
' Closing of Nehawka Schools
The Nehawka -cho-'. clo.-ed last
week after a year of g" 1 w ; rk don
both by the student a:.d fatuity.
The patrons of The srh io', have rea--;U
to be pleas d with the ray the
:!. hool lias been co:i ! ti ; t ed. Th j
i. oil rd of education i.: their direc
t e n of tin schools. ''.iv cxercistd
mtu-h g)od judi ir.ent ii. ih;- way t be have
had the schools . oiiducied. Iii
the- .--election of the fu-.-ulty they suc
c -ded i:; .securing an av'.e crop of ir.
' rue tor;;, who have mud" the year
worth w hile o the nts and pat-
ions. The closing of to;- sciio.ds was
marked by the g'adu t h.-a of eiunt
( ur.g men and wome:i. ho will
t ike their places in t'n - world of ea
u a vor and w ill add their work to tiu
i.' 1 1 em: i-r.t of the wo: Id. Those !
o out int.) aciiv? lit ' w.'th the train
ing which tiiis institution has tive.i
iliein. wire Misses 'i'iaha Christ-eis--er.
Hope St. John. Kmi Eh tu
rning, Velma Cramr. while- the oun-;
Hi-, n to oi o graiiuate .; : e M .
L.Lmd llod-:e. Everett itutkl-'-.
ilariv Hitiiiingf m of Linied-.i
':. s th" principal sal .- r,f the ev"
t.i::g and tnoiie a m st a'"Ie addr '-s.
!;:: Mil-Vet b.-:ng "T1' !owr
Overcome." whieli h? h:;:id!ed atlmir
- . t ,
Alumni Hold Banquet.
The Alumni of the Nehawl...
schools h' bl a l an ;ii"tai the audita' -i,;m
la-i W't dnesday evening follow
ing the closing of the final exercist s
il the Nehawk.i seiloois. at which
: oilie thirty of the members of the
'.-!adu!es of the s-'.iO'd in the yea is
in-.e it has b"aa a uitic school, par
f h-ip.; ! -a. The oatujuet whicii was
Hirni-h.ed by the ladies of the 1'nited
r.rethiv:i rdiv:rch, was a!i tiiat could
tie expected and was perl'tt in every
Jttail. The fi::ii';uei";s wer - lotid in
t :eir praises uf the L.dies who erv
iil tiie exctlhnt f-ed atni in t'ne gra
! ions manne r ,n v.hik'ti they p;eseitt
td the finest of the la'l'!.
Legion Honor Depaned Veterans
The members of t ae American Ee--o:i
me: at their l.dge room.; la::
Sunday and in a b. dy marched t :
ilte Methodist churth where th.ey li:
te.ied t a v ry ..lot- and eliquer.t
ui-eo.ir.-e by the Kev. " E. Moor,,
pastor of the church in whicii he com
mended the action of the brav, lad-,
whn b ft honte and country that the
rights of the poople of this day and
fhe years t : cotne might le preserve!
and als. to t lie one who. when the
.our.tty was in peril of disoliition.
.acrificel their lives and gave their
-ervb e-3 that tiiis count r might live,
i-.dlowing the od.lre.-i the iiK-mber;
of the legion repaired to the cem
etery at Mt. .Pleasant where they
maiked each grave by tiie starry
emblem ::nd aI--o strewed pretty
tiowtrs of the last resting places f
tlte soldiers of 1 S 0 1 t: ISO.". Those
to he thus honored ar.d their memory
preserved were Sfep'ien Alford. It.
O. Hoback. M. 1!. lVPr.rd. Ephriam
Tucker. G. S. Swittter. CvNjs Whit".
Thomas Reyno'd--. Edward Oliver.
John Murdoch. Henry S. Hughes.
Hughie McRe.ynolds. '. M Cherry.
Stephen Davis. John Grnbc-r. h!1 ef
-e civil war, and Cha-. Dtp
of the Spa nish-Anu
018 TENT SHOW IS
CDMIN3 M WEEK
Sark's Big "Uncle Tom's Cabin Co."
to Exhibit at Plattsmcuth on
Wednesday Kite, June S
Thi-. is the firs; time that the
public has l ad ;m opportunity of see
ing the "New Version' of "Uncle
Tom's Cabin." the greatest dramati
sation of this popular play ever writ-J
ten. Mrs. Stowe's Historical play has
ever been a favorite with the women
and children, and they always come!
to. Fee -it. Uurk's Rig "Enclc Tom's j
Cabin Co." has tiie distinction of be-
ing the largest organization of 1 1 s
kind on the road. They carry a spe- ;
cial train of their own cars to trans-
port their people, horses, ronies,
donkeys, dogs, chariots, and other
paraphernalai necessary "to present
the only grand spectacular produc
tion of this, the most successful
drama ever written. The characters
of Uncle Tom. Eliza. Little Eva and
Marks are all. ably presented by a
ecmfktent cast, and the large contin
gent ef lingers and dancers, blood
hounds, etc.. give a realistic and ser
stional naturalism lo the perform
ance. The scenic and mechanical ef
fects are good, and the pictures ite
trartsformaf irn scene forms a fitting
finish to the whole. So carry the
news and tell jour neighbors. The
only big show coming will exhibit
at Ph.ttsmout h, Wednesday night,
June S. - t
Miss Marie St roomer was in Lin
!'. J. Linch an 1 Orville Ingwerson
were in Lincoln Wednesday.
Miss Dell Sutton is visiting her
.sister, Mrs. Wm. Taylor, in Kansas. ;
Koy lienneit has moveil t c Ray
mond w here he w ill put down wells.
Miss Aurel Foreman was home
from Lincoln Tuesdav and Wednes
day. Dr. L. Muir and family spent
Memorial dav in Milford and
Mr. ami Mrs. E. Lauritsen have
me, d into the- C. H. Kirkpatrick
Mrs. I. Kennedy and nephew. Ver
i on Hinebaugh . are now living in
En ive rsit y Place.
Dr. I.. Muir and family spent sev-1
' ral days this week with relatives
in Council itluiTs. Iowa. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thurreson of
Ciiivetvity Place visited Sunday witli
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Foreman.
Miller Pros., barbers, bad three
sisters and a brother come in this
v ek, to make their home here. j
Mrs. I. N. Wolfe ;pent several days:
m: Greenwood with her daughter,'
Mrs. E. Dimmiit and family last
Miff Agnes Peterson returned to
her home in Oklahoma Thursday af-
Buying Grain and Stock!
We always pay the highest price for Grain and
Stock. We own and run our own elevator and mix
and grade up our grain, enabling us to always pay
I AM YOUR FRIEND
Cf I take impressions of feet for
light, flexible insoles. With them
relief is positive from weak an
kles, arches, flat feet, painful
Harmon's "Shoe Shop
S-iere is the Machine!
Any one desiring to inspect a thresher which is
the product of the Illinois Thresher company, of Sand
wich, Hi., can see and examine one at my place In Alvo,
near the Murtey elevator.
I have the handling of this machine for all of Cass
county and would be pleased to make you prices and
terms, as I can furnish time arrangements on clover
hullers, engines and threshers.
You can make no mistake in the purchase of one
of these machines, as they are designed and built by
William Rumley, Jr., a son of the veteran thresher and
engine builder. Mr. Rurnley has grown up in the
thresher business and knows the last word in this line.
W. H. WARNER
Farm Work Moving!
. The excellent rains have been very beneficial to
the small grain and the corn is much benefitted as well.
This brings much work at this time for the farmer.
Remember, we have any machinery needed to do this
work. Cultivators, of all kinds, two-rows. We have the
hay-making machinery mowers, rakes and all kinds of
tackle for handling hay.
Binders and all harvesting machinery as well-as
twine. See me for prices and terms, and your needs.
Remember, we have an excellent line of hardware
and paints. At your service
Ooafman Hardivaro Company,
ter graduating from
the Alvo bight
school last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse
Sunday night with Mr. and
John Weichel and they all
Memorial day in Elmwood.
John Foremen, who has been in
pror health, is getting better s-ince
Poking special treatment in Lincoln,
where lie spent several dys.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ganz and child
ren left Saturday for McCook where
they will visit with Mrs. Ganz's bro
ther, A a le S. lloyles and wife, a few
days. Ray Linch and family and party
of relatives and friends sp-nt a few-
day in Alvo and
the G. P. Foreman
moved to De Witt
Mr. St roomer has
Carl Johnson shipped a car of
catt!" and Mike Smith a mixed ear
of stock to South Omaha markets
on Tuesday. Mr. Johnson accompan
ied the shipment.
James Pilkiugton took a load of
goods to Cortland for Fred Th'omas
Friday. He vas accompanied by
Henry Thomas who will visit rela
tives there a few days.
Or;;o:i J. Sharp, former teacher in
the schools here, was married June
2nd to Miss Ktifh L. Pratt, primary
teacher at Trenton, Nebraska, where
.dr. Sharp is now a responsible farm
er. Mrs. M. C. Keefer and daughter.
Miss Lois, spent. Ki:t urday night and
Sunday in Omaha, visiting Mrs.
Keefer's daughter, Mrs. Kay Cob-,
who is in the hospital. Mrs. Cole is
Mrs. George Foreman. Jr.. and
children, of Valparaiso, are spending
the week with her mother, Mrs.
E-nnett. since the eldest child.
Pear!, had her tonsils and adenoids
removed at Elmwood last Saturday.
El .ier Jtosenow and Arthur Skin
ner played baseball with the Murdoch
fe.un in Plattsmouth I fcorat ion day,
li e game being won by Plattsmouth
by a si-ore of (i to 4. Edgar Edwards
was also a Plattsmouth visitor that
Mrs. Sarah Van Honing, of Olen
v. ( !. I.v.va. came in Friday and will
i-;,!.ni some time visiting her nieces,
..! da'i.- M. C Hoofer and S.
Boyles. Mrs. Van lh-ning is th
y, utmost :-iste-r of the lrte Grandma
Levi ('..rk left MomT.ty evening for
Sterling, ('.dorado, alter spending a
few days h r and at Fremont with
r i;;t i ves. lie Wiis accompanied to
l.'::fl;i by John Skinner and the
Mis-es Irene Friend. Lola Sheitoii
t-nd Thcitna Wills.
Ed Limb and family of University
Placf visited relatives here Sunday,
taking dinner at the M. J. Nickel
hom. (fiber guests were Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. House. Mr. ;:nd Mrs. (). If.
Que lih tt and children and Mr. and
Mrs. John Weichel.
Mr. and Mr. ". II. Kirkpatrick
left Monday evening for Plainview,
Texas, where they will reside. Their
s ,'.e of household goods took place
Saturday and Mr. Kirkpatrick says
this w.i the best sale. He has had
hve other sales, i oi. i;en isii.ei
Miss Lois Keefer left Tuesday
morning lor i niversny nan', wneie
!ho will attend summer school un
til August litth. Miss Keefer closed
a uecessftil term of school in the
P.uhbury district last Friday. A
ill:" program v. a:-, given by Hie pupils
on that day.
Mr. end Mrs. Sherman Wolfe and
von l.,n and Levi Park arrived in
Fremont lat Friday in time to help
eat a six pound catfish at the home
of Mrs. Wolfe's brother, Walter Skin
ner. They have been having good
link catching fish ihere lately. Mr.
and Mrs. Wolfe and party returned
home Sunday evening.
('. H. Gan. was called to Dunbar
Wednesday to see his 1 lother. who
was recently operated upon and was
not etcpeetod to live. Mr. Ganz re
mained with her until she passed
away Thursday night. He returned
to Alvo and accompanied by his
wife motored to Lincoln and took an
aunt with them to Dunbar where the
lunt ral was h( Id.
MITK It OK Al. M IHHII.
i i i 1 1 n;
Mav 13. 191.
Mod'.e is hereby given that the an
:im;1 neetiiii: of s ln,l livti i. i N. 1-'.
..f i'.iss enmity, Nel.r-a.--ka. Will J.e li.-l.l
! T !.e a ai. i t oi I u m of tiie Alvi (Vn
si.ij.taf. .1 m I i...! eji tie- 1 '. t li day "f
.lime. i:tL-1, at cU'iit iV:i-k p. in.
.Villi. i.- Inlel.y futllni- niv.ii tint
ti e I. iii nnse of ttie meeting Will In- tor
Hie 1'nl i. ,i inir fiii.. i ties
1. T!:e ntiii-; on lie iin.-tlnn if
a nl I. :! i i lie i.ii-r imnity olTiiials
to i. vv lTii-1 1 li 1 mills i-n the a-M .- .il
valuation ut lie ii(.ieitv of said I j - -t:il
to raise sixteen t In - usa ! I dollars
? 1 i:,ihi linn i fur tr'iera! sel.ool .ar
jiusi s for 1!..- sellout vear of l'.'l'l -1 to.'..'.
J. The (. lection of V, ll tttlslees of
said s -land district for a term of three
c.l i s
::. The I iii nsacl ion of anv ullur
1-iisine-s wliicli may legally cotie- li.--furi-
s,l id III' et intr
('Ii.-iirman It., aid of Trustees-,
S.I I lilsuict No. in.', Cass
ll. M. ( '( . 'I'M A N.
(S-r-all 2::-.".w Secret :i ry.
Slaking Many Improvements
During the past few weeks t hero
has been much doing in and near
Alvo whih is adding to the better
appearance and also to the well-beine
of the homes of this city. Just re
cently the hotel has been painted
both inside and out, as well as the
hemes of Jan.es Pa reel 1. O. L. Snave
ley. Samuel Cashner, ('. ( P.ucknel!.
H. A. iiailey, Mrs. Delia Sutton, and
Geo. Curyoa. while in the country
W. (). Poyles is painting the build
ings on his farm. They all pur
chased the excellent paint of Key
Coalmen, who is carrying only good
paint and materials.
Hoy Coat men and family motored
o Nehawka last Wednesday and at
tended the commencement exercises
of the schools whicii were held at that
plnoe. and also visited with friends
for the time, being guests at the
home of Charles D. St. John, return
ing home the following day. Mr.
Coalmen had much to say about the
stirring little city of Nehawka.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of expressing
to our kind friends and neighbors
our deepest appreciation of their as
sistance and sympathy to us in the
hcur of sorrow at the death of our
beloved husband and father, and es
pecially do we desire to express our
appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
lirinkcian and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lis
ton and family for their helpfulness
to us in our sorrow. Mrs. Charles
Deverage and family.
Take ycur produce, eggs and cream
; to the Moye Produce Co.. Platts
j mouth, -for the highest market price
at all times. They Era located just
east of the Cloidt Lumber Co.. and
are buying a great deal of produce.
Six registered Chester White Gilts
bred for fall farrow breeding. Tiie
! best in the 17. S. A. Write or phone
No. 1303. Geo. Stall, Weeping Wa
I Tablets, note books, pencils, etc..
for the school children, may be had
at the Journal office. n 1
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