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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1921)
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TZT7RSHAY, OCTOBER SO, 1021.
JLATTSjHOTJTH 8EHIr7EEEil JOtTRllAX
fine crop of Hugh's. The vacancy I
which was thus made has been fill
ed by Albert Eaton.
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
Sure we are ever ready to look after your hauling,
whether it be goods or your stock to market or your
grain, we are always ready and the most careful driver.
SERVICE and that the very best is our watchword
in the repair department of our garage.
Remember we carry the best of oils and gasoline,
as well as tires and supplies for the auto users.
-:, -:- NEBRASKA
Ed Schulhof. the Plattsmouth pi
ano man, was a visitor in Union last
John Van Horn from Murray was
a visitor in Union last Monday.
J. M. Palmer of Nehawka was a
visitor in Union last Monday look
ing after some business.
Herbert Burbee was looking af
ter some matters of business in
Plattsmouth last Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Davis was visiting for
a few days this week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm James.
John Becker was looking after
some business matters at the stock
market at Omaha last Wednesday.
. County Commissioner C. F. Har
ris was a visitor in Manley last Mon
day looking after some road work.
The Weeping Water bridge which
"has been out southeast of Union is
Dr. E. S. Furay
(Successor to Dr. Swab)
Calls Answered Day
UNION -:- NEBR.
25 Boars, , 25 Gilts. Last winter's
farrowing, ready for service. Large
Type Poland China can have pa
pers on them for $25 per individual.
G. S. UPTON,
UNION -:- NEBRASKA
being placed in serviceable condi
' Mrs. Henry Banning is reported
as being improved and is hoping to
be restored to her usual good health
in a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Born were visit
ing at tine home of the former's
mother at Nebraska City last Sun
day and a portion of Monday.
C. D. St. John the clever miller
at Nehawka, was in Union last Mon
day disposing of some of his excel
lent "Letter Roll" flour to A. L.
Mrs. A. L. Becker and daughters
Mary Ethel and Margaret were vis
iting in Omaha last Friday and at
tended a very fine play at the Or
pneum. R. D. Stine and superintendent of
schools C. E. Severyn. were looking
after some business and visiting at
-both Cedar Creek and Plattsmouth
W. H. Du Bois sold his Ford the
"Blue .Streak" to a Kansas man a
few days ago. who took the famil
iar object to the citizens of Union
to the sunflower state.
Misses Angie and Nettle McCar
roll. who are teaching school at the
schools at Syracuse, were home for
a few days last week incident to the
teachers institute which was in ses
sion in Otoe county.
J. E. McCarroll is having his farm
stuccoed on the out side, thus sub
serving a number of purposes, as it
makes a new house, saves painting
and makes It warmer. Mr. Len Brin
ton is doing the work.
A. R. Dowler has been trying the
process of running bachelors hall
for a number of days past. Mrs.
Dowler and the little one were visit
ing with the folks at Weeping "Wa
ter for some four days.
W. Lk Hoback and daughters.
Misses Lelia and Hattie, and the
Rev. ( and Mrs. W. A. Taylor were
enjoying a picnic dinner in the
woods last Tuesday. They all enjoyed
the occasion very pleasantly.
Rev. ' and Mrs. W. A. Taylor and
Mrs. Dan Lynn were, in Nebraska
City Monday to secure flowers for
the funeral of Mrs. James N. Hast
ings, mother of Mrs. Lynn, whose
funeral is given in another column
Reports from the hospital where
Mrs. Nettie Stanton is receiving
treatment is to the effect that she is
making progress slowly towards re
covery and it was thought she would
be able to sit up a little during this
John Hobscheidt of near Murray
was loading a car of wood on his
farm northwest of Union last Mon
day which he was shipping to Lin
coln, he having last week shipped
two loads from the station at Mur
ray to the capital city also.
Hall and Bryan of Nebraska City
were here last Saturday and picked
up some .ten houses which the farm
ers had no particular use for this
time of the year and took them to
Nebraska City for working on the
streets which are being paved.
R. D. Stine says it is clear now
why John D. Rockefeller gave .the
20 cents to the blind girl. Hueber,
who is a philosopher, says it was
for Che purpose of having an excuse
to raise the price of gas and oil the
cent which he boosted it just re
John Lloyd of Tulston was a brief
visitor in Union last Monday morn
ing naving just returned from a
trip to Missouri where he had been
to a funeral and reported that there
was much rain there. Mr. Lloyd is
& son of Mr. Mont Lloyd, who for
merly lived at Union.
Mr. A. C. Hinehimer and daugh
ter. Miss Helen, accompanied by a
friend were visiting at the home of
Mrs. Jennie Frans and her son, Ray
for a short time the first of the
week. They also visited at the homes
of other friends and relatives both
here and at Murray and departed
for their home at Turlock. Cal., hav
ing driven from Elgin, 111., in the
. Elected Officers 5
Last week when the M. E. Aid
met with Mrs. J. C. Hansell new of
ficers were elected for the year:
Mrs. E. J. Mongey, president; Mrs.
Lee Faris, vice president; Mrs. J. C.
Hansell, secretary; Mrs. L. G. Todd,
treasurer; Mrs. Art Pearsley, Mrs
L. F. Fitch. Mrs. Chilcott, Jessie
I Todd, directors.
Had Excellent Show
The show which was given last
Saturday nigiht was attended by a
i large crowd. The title being "From
' the West." There will be another
' one for the coming Saturday, see ad
telling of its character and an-
Meetings at Scotia
The tenant house on the farm of
G. W. Cheney which was occupied
by his help, Mr. Owens and family
burned to the ground last Friday
night incurring a loss to Mr. Chen
ey of the house and to Mr. Owens
of all he had, the furniture all be
ing destroyed. Mr. Owens has just
! received his pay, and whih was in
1 the pockets of his pants which was
! burned with the house.
Meetings at Scotia
There will be religious services at
the Scotia school on the coming
Sunday both the morning and even
ing. Oct. 23. The services will be
conducted by Rev. W. A. Taylor.
RED RIVER EARLY OHIOS
and Fine ones at that. I have a car load in the cellar
ready for you. Better get them as soon as you can.
Car Turned Turtle
While Edgar Fletcher and a num
ber of other men, they being em
ployed with the Missouri Pacific.
were on their way to Omaha and had
gotten as far as La Platte last Sun
day morning the car which they
were riding skidded an dfinally
would up by turning turtle pinning'
a number of occupants under the
upturned Ford. They were extracted
and found to have been bruised.-con-
siderable so much so that one had
to be taken to Omaha for treatment.
They were all shaken up enough.
The car also received considerable
damage and was placed in Tunning
order by Mr. E. E. Moore at " the
A. L. BECKER,
Restoring H. L. Hanson's Home
Herman Reike, the carpenter and
"builder, and who is an excellent
workman in his line, knowing just
how to make the most of the mater
ial and a very rapid as well as ex
cellent workmen, with the assistance
of Joseph and Uncle Dan Lynn has
wrought a miracle at the place where
the storm did its worst. The scene
of the wreckage now begins to look
like home again.
LINCOLN COUNTY, COLORADO, LAND
Lincoln county, Colorado, farmers harvested an
excellent crop of wheat the past season.
Come, see land where in many instances one crop
will pay for the land. We are making trips every Sat
urday. Call and see L. R. Upton for arrangements and
particulars. The best land in the west and at a price
which anyone can afford to pay.
CM AS. BOWDISH,
Box No. 11 - -' - Union, Nebr.
The Baptist Meetings
The meetings at the Baptist
church is still continuing with a
forceful discourse every evening by
the evangelist. The Rev. S. Miller
was at New Market, Iowa, last 'Sun
day where he conducted services in
the place of Rev. Dabney, who is
Four Generations Celebrate
At the home of Wm Eikenberry
near Burt last Sunday were gather
ed a large number of relatives of
the family, to celebrate the occas
ion. There were from Union Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Pitman, Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Chapman and daughter, Miss
Evelyn, T. W. Swanson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Chilcott. There
were four generations represented,
they being Mrs. Wm Eikenberry, her
daughters Mesdames H. A. Chilcott,
T. W. Swan. J. A. Pitman. E. B.
Chapman. The first being Mr. Chas.
Swan and other grandchildren, and
the fourth being little Misses Jane
and Betty Swan, children, of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Swan.
Took Everything in Sight
Some miscreant entered the sta
bles of Geo. Everett a few night ago
and appropriated his harness and
tools out of his car also cutting the
stirups from a saddle which hung
on a peg. They were evidently try
ing not to miss anything.
New Eating House
The Tower Main St. restaurant
which was instituted some time ago
by Jay and Jack Austin, and which
has changed hands a number of
times being last owned by Ira Clark
was sold by him to 'Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Merritt, who took hold of the
institution last Saturday. The work
there has been one of much moment
and such that one with a family
could not -well care for it. With the
place passing into the hands of Mr.
Merritt and wife it looks like it has
found owners who will care for the
business in the best way. The writ
er had occasion to take a meal there
this week and found the service the
best and it looks like this couple
will make good at this popular eat
Has Right to Smile
Uncle Henry Chilcott, who is one
of the best natured of gentlemen,
was more than pleasant than usual
last Monday when we accosted him
with "How are they coming," he
said, "Seems as though things are
coming very well as I became grand
father again this morning." Then
he told us that the stork had left a
fine baby boy at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Witherow. Later we
saw the happy father and it was de
sernable as his smile was like the re
turning of the sun after the rain.
All are doing well.
Dr. E. S. Foray is Here
Dr. Edward S. Furay, successor
to Dr. C. M. Schwab, who recently
departed for Philadelphia, were he is
taking a post graduate course in
eye and nose diseases, arrived in
Union and has opened his office in
the building formerly occupied by
Dr. Schwab. Dr. Furay, who is a
practitioner of many years, came .to
Union from Omaha where he has
been since the close of the war. Dr.
Furay was for a number of years
located in the southwest closing his
office 3af New Mexico to answer the
ball for physicians and surgeons for
the government during the war. In
another place willbe found his an
nouncement as a practitioner in Union.
Accepts Vacant Position
Del Irwin, who has resigned his
position as manager of the Standard
i Oil Co., has accepted a position on
!the farm of Hugh Rabb where he Is
toying with the corn and is making
an excellent hand at gathering the
Wilda Fletcher was dropped from
the roll last week. Her parents m'ov
to Murray where she expects to con
tinue her work as a freshman.
The Misses Fannie McCarroll, '15,
and Nettie McCarroll, 16, were vis
itors at school Wednesday, afternoon.
Miss Nettie had charge of he pri
mary work here last year.
While attending the Cass county
fair at Weeping Water Doris Frans
collected some interesting speci
mens of rocks. She brought them to
fchool and many seem to be like
bones of animals and tree branches.
Columbus Day was observed in
high school on October 12th. Inter
esting talks were given by two sen
iors, Geraldine Roddy and Sarah
Johnson. Alma Frans, a junior, read
an appropriate poem for the occas
ion. The boys in the Manual Train
ing class are making nail trays at
present. Their main problem is that
of squaring up a piece of lumber all
around. Elzo Taylor is school me
chanic at different times. Recently
he made and fitted a handle of oak
for one of the drawers of the desk
in the high school assembly. 1
Last year the school undertook a
campaign of raising sixty dollars for
relief of Armenian children oppreS'
sed in Asia by the Turks. The mon
ey was donated by the children and
teachers helped out a great deal. A
certificate was received some time
ago from the Near East Relief
Branch located in Omaha. This is a
receipt for the money taken up and
shows that the school did it bit.
A meeting of parents, patrons and
teachers is called for Friday, Oct.,
21 at the school. Th object is to
form a parent-teachers organization.
The main subject to be taken up will
be the Community and the school.
This will be presented from the
parents standpoint and from the pu
pils. Geraldine Roddy, Mr. Severyn
will give the purpose of the organ
ization while Mr. W. Banning will
lead in the general discussion. School
patrons, friends and especially par
ents are asked to attend the meet
ing and take part in the work.
The high school and grammar
grades were given last Friday off
to visit .Omaha. Fifteen cars made
up the party carrying 85 persons.
A trip was made thru Armour's
racking plant and thru the stock
yards. At one o'clock lunch was serv
ed by the chamber of commerce on
the 15th floor of the W. O. W.
building. Mr. Palmer of the Omaha
chamber of commerce spoke and wel
comed the Union people. A busy
afternoon found the group at the
Nebraska Power Plant then the
Iten Biscuit Co., the smelter and
last .at the -Telephone exchange.
At all places visited guides were
found who lead the parties and ex
plained different things. Mrs. Walk
er of the chamber of commerce had
made a schedule of interesting places,
and she kept the Union group busy
in moving from one place to another.
NOTICE LEGION MEMBERS
The last request for reduced fare
certificates to Kansas City conven
tion must be sent in Saturday. You
cannot get the reduced fare unless
you make application in advance
thru your post adjutant for one of
theee certificates. If you are going
please let me know at once.
If it's in the stationery line, call
at the Journal office.
;o - TP A W MELF oo -8i4s
Tonite, "Bunty Pulls the Strings;" and Pat he News
FRIDAY and SATURDAY!
7.0O and 9:00
Sand, fighting blood
and a great love.
That's the tune of
A story that smashes
through to the big
gest tingling he-man
triumph since you
saw Wallace Reid in
"The Valley of the
A romance .of gold
and guile in the
primitive West. Of
rushing river, end
less plain, and among
them titans battling
Mother Nature in all
her beauty. Human
nature at its best and
worst. And beating
through all a heart.
and LOIS WILSON in
The Mell Diggers
fevtny v a picnic
LOOK A J . Of
And a 2-reel comedy that's sure a corker
in "Snoolrie's Bluo Monday"
Bring all the kiddies and come yourself to the dandy
big double program.-
Coming Monday only, a returning showing ofythe big Cecil B. DeMille's special, "For
bidden Fruit. " All those not seeing this wonderful production before will surely avail
themselves of the opportunity this time.
MARINE ENGINEERS STRIKE?
New York, Oct. 17. Marine en
gineers are voting on a strike to
come coincident with the walkout of
railroad unions, Thomas Nealy, one
of the union chiefs, said today,
A strike among the marine en
gineers would further cripple New
York's communication with the out
side world, water transiortation
having been depended upon to et
food to the city in case of a rail
Dr. Royal Copeland, city health
commissioner, today warned against
using the strike as an excuse for
charging exorbitant prices for food
and fuel. '
HOLD FUNERAL SERVICES
Frora Wednesday Dally.
Yesterday afternoon was held the
funeral services of George Turner,
former resident of this city 1n the
eighties, and one of the veterans of
the Burlington system. Mr. Turner
passed away in Omaha on Monday
and the body was brought here for
burial in .Oak Hill cemetery. Mr.
Turner was well known here at the
time of bis residence and will be re
membered by the older residents of
the city. He was Ihe inventor of a
number of the devices that are now
used in the railroad train service.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jochim and Au
gust. Jochim of Louisville motored
over from Louisville yesterday to at
tend the funeral of the late Hans
H. Coos, which was held here yester
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"Saoli Yo Good Council!"
The closer a business man is to his bank,
the nearer he is to success.
Any man, no matter what his business,
will do well to become acquainted with at
least one good bank.
Financial advice is seldom appreciated
until the wisdom of seeking it has been in
stilled by the hard school of experience.
This bank is large enough to help you,
but not too large to welcome you.
Deposits Protected by State Guarantee Fund.
Tho Bank of Gass County
T. H. POLLOCK,
8. U. UcCLERKIH,
R. F. PATTERSON,
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