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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
WHY YOU SHOULD
ENTER CAMPAIGN, AND
HOW TO WIN PRIZE
Changing Your Luck From Bad To Good
With Some Very Practical Hints
On How To Win
LACK OF EXPERIENCE NO DRAWBACK
Any One Who Is Willing To Use Ciood American Push
and Energy Can Have A Prize Education and Ex
perience Count Nothing Here
Manx 'if the candidates in Tin
Journal's r Campaign haxc
1 f 1 1 1 I- 1 grasped tli- significance
i. t!i. r."i xote i 11 I- which wa
.;!:(. i Saturday night. All
tha! i- I- ' 1 1 1 ! 1 1 for each aiiil e IV
candidate to r-c-i,. I i i I 1 1 1 i t of
tin--- valuable c!r;i -ts is l
a paid-i;i-adx am- m-w
iiitr: ij.l i. .it to Tin' Daily Journal
i . . f . . r- '. p. in. Saturday. .Imn go.
Tli -i iiri'i of your ;iist siib
may be tic start l' siic
Win, ran i' ll ?
Win!.- tin- nam.-- ..f tlx- .lis
ii:t i'-t-l i,!-- ar- being removed
fii.tn Mi.- 1 1 t ir nominations as
fa-l n " --sibl' : v' nominee-,
are l" in' ; i I I -. I daily ami more
-r-,. sur- t" i r i Many ar- .ju-t
. i 1 1 1 i i i it t" realize tin- alu- of
the award-. It is seldom tlial a
ii'-w :i'T offers such a splendid
i-t f prics fr f all i-;f!i -.
and i! is i!.. I at all surprising that
many ar' strixiug to 1"- among
tlo- fortunate. It is a fail- ti.-M
with !a"is ai.l the b's hustl
ers will win.
The r.mio -!fa "t-- f"!- the
first iifv -!il'-! i i! t.. Tin- Daily
Journal will I..- given in a.!.liti"n
to th'- regular schedule of votes
pul.i i-ti'-'l. That m-a:is tli;it n i r
1 1 r f subscript i"ii will I"- worth
exactly T.noo "ti'. only "lie of
th'-- extra vote i.al!"t- will h- is
sued t- a candidate, oiiit- a num
ber t!t"-- already nominated
have alr-alv enlisted n th the
hanni i- i i i -1 ih.'l I h'- Journal's
Great 15' --y Campaign, ami ai'f
actively a-g e.j in inli-t in'-- Hnir
Ifi' iiil- ami acquaintances in their
"On with (lie ti.i-;i i-n !"' i- tin
?h.an "f -;t' ti "f tin- districts an.l
th- intr: c-tfil ..m - w:I! 1 1 1 I with
great success in what limy will
liml I" ! a ih-l !:! f i fa--inat in-'
ta-k. Voles lta.- i i coming into
Tin- J"i:rnal 'I'ir.- .-X'-i- jiM''- th
l..il!"t h'- wa- i : f in U"'- a'ni
will h' ali'iw I" m umiilat- un
til W.-In. lay ni-ht. wh'-n th"
lli-rt I ': i i ; 1 1 c"!:i ! will hi- mail
ami !!: r -1 1 1 1 aM-h-.l t th- nam.--t.f
th.- ilill'-: ul . -i : ! -t .!!. in Mm
ari"ii- iii-1 i'i-f -. hat i-i'im-niin-f.
tin- "tin- i- .it: I -tartin-' ami il
will hf ! a.l;! ' n thai .ill ha
an i:al t-ham-'- Iak- th.- h'al.
-n a Inaml n-w ii'tinim-f. Tin
(ul .-taut s ;i!'i: limlinir out that
tin- h--t ami iuirk--t way t liml
u is hy ii-i s"iial i-iiu-st "1
th'-ir Ifi'-mls t" ri-m-w th-ir suh
sri ij't i"a t" Tin Uaily or '-ini-Wn-kly
Jurnal : or if they art- ii"t
taking tin- pa-r mw, t.j jiu the
r"iilt'iili-l family if cut' in w
Itusiin'ss iii-ii ami "tln-rs ar
still sp'-akiur lamlihly of what
tln-y i-onsiI-r a praisi-woithy
-lit -ii i i-- "ii tin' part of Tin'
Journal in "!l "rinir iu-h a sjiUmi
iil It t "f i-i.-s. Tin- -xtMit. ami
aluahh' uatur' of 111' ivwanls
whifh has tMMi plaiin-l for tin-J.-ntiial'-
winnrr i fully ap
pifr ial 'l hy tlnni, h.-nr- th-ir
niin-l.-.l f- linir of uiiri-t' ami
1 to y.ni. ih-ar r;nl-r. i-ali'
what tb-- wiunin'-:" of on' of th'
urami pri.'s im-an-? Can you
ant ifipatt- tin- ph-a-uri's ami joy
to h' i ii-l from an aut "inohil
at lhi linit- of ar, wh-n all na-tur-
i at its h--t. Can ymi ii-ali-that
ft-'-limr of owm-r-hip in tin
fsfsji .i of oiii- of tin- h--t
pianos that i i".v can huy. ami
th- many ph-asant ,ninus to
lTi-.l through it for- loth oui-
!!' ami frit inl-.
h n Ih- -tat-m-nt inail' h
Tin Journal that tin'-', im lmliu
l!n- four li-trict pri-s. ar- to !'
fr--. it im-aut ju.-t what it sahl.
Tin- awards arv-to i'pi--nt our
most hh'-ral w i.h's in f cry par
V'l-- ami uhrripl ions ar- h--i'ur
ror-i-.i at Tht- Journal ollir
at any tiim-. Kv-ry ramli-ial or
iali'iilimr i-amlilal- is iuvit-! t"
call, 'phoiu' or w r il t Ii- "am pa iun
Manaimr on any iu'sti.n that
limy ii" "tit fully umii'lslaml.
If yo;j want to .!. si.im-thin;
woith whih- to fhanp:f your lurk.
' I in !"h' Journal Campaign to
'lay. Th.- Journal ollVrs ou tin
opportunity to inak- niou'v fa-li-r
I !: a 1 1 you cv-r lil h-fori'. Thi
Journal will pay ou well ami in
proportion to your ffforts. You
can h- slcatiy ptillinu' p-oplc win
ar' really 'aloinir t ti i ujr " if you
will -ml in our nomination hlaiik
piopci h lilh.1 out and r-t down
to 1'u-im-ss today.
DISTRICT NO. 1
City of Plattsmouih
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
.Air-, r-yi.-i ll'-ad lo'ld
Mi-- Mali-- I)onm-lly irt0
Air-. I "rank Ooh.lman 15U0
t. 1'. M . Inulimr lD'Mi
Mir-s Ar.ua i!'-i-l ltmo
i s loro(h Itritl 10i)
Mr. ;'.. I.. Farh-y liMM)
Mr. Mike M' i-iiiu. r Onu
Mr. !. f.oln.r 5fK
Mr. Carl Sattl-r OtiO
Mr. J"- Ihh. r Sou
Mr. Jesse I. t ry 5m
Mi. A. I-:. ia-- 500
Mr. Major Aiin-s 500
Miss Paula iP.e.s
Mis- I lia iiniau 500
Miss Madeline Miner 500
Miss lMua I'et.r-ou 500
Mr. Ciaren It al 500
Miss T .rente White 500
Mr. Frank Ue.-tor 500
Mr. II. M. Shla.-s 500
c''- I- i Ik 500
Mis.s Mary Donat 500
Miss Teressa li,""r'. 500
Mi-s Verna Ode 500
Mr.-. Anna lirilt 500
Mr. Clayton 15. osem-rails .' 500
Miss Marie Jeh-m-k 500
Mr. Jolin Xeitzel 500
Mr. M. S. Briggs 500
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Outside The City of Plattsmouth.
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
Mr M r
Mi: M r
PLATTSMOUTH, R. F. D.
ss Craee II. Nulling-
ss Josie Kiser
ss Mildred Fee
. F.d Tri t sch
'. Walter JJyers
. Joe Whf-eler
. II. K, Uecker
. Will Hummel
. John Meisintzer, jr
. C. F. l'eacock
. Henry llirz. Jr
. Albert Wile's
ss Pauline Oldham
ss pearl MiHeynohls
ss Faura Puis
ss 1 5a i ley
-s Trudie Foiig-
. J. I . llardhart
-s Ftta Nickels
. M. ".. Churchill
s Clara Young
. iKviulit l'rop-t
-s Fva Porter
. Wayne Propt
s liuenita Porter
-s Anna Snyder
-s Nelly Hrown
-s I leella Venner
. Flnier Weteukanip
. F.d C. Hummel
J. Fat roni
. F.rne-I Schoinaker"
-s Jem-tie Vounir
. otto Schwartz
. Harold Whitemau ....
. Flmer McHeynolds ....
. Mat !$ee
. Fred Ah rends
;s Alma o-t
s F.dria St oil
. F.Iba Iii'il-"ii
-s Fdith o-t
s Sophia Fleshinan ....
s Hhoda Wunderlich . .
s Norma Trotter
. F"ell Massie
. Alvin McH'yii"lds
MAN LEY NEB.
j Olga Voirler
; lra Carper
s Allies OTIrien
A. H. Williams
s Alma Wiedeinan
s I'd ii a Carr
s lister Vant
A. M. Walradt
s F.d it h How ard
. A. C. Foreman
. C. F. M.-irlbut
s Mayme Iloham
s Fsler Anderson
L. C. Marvin
Miss Iai-y Fan-rhorst
Mr. Heiirv llaes
Miss I.otti,. Lean
Mr. Sid James
Miss Mable Stout
Mi-s El-ie opp
Mi-s Marie proutv
Mrs. Fuella Stout
V. S. Jordou
Mrs. Hud (Jroe
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer
Mr. F. K. Cok
.Mr. J. V. Cochran
Mr. C. F. Hosenow
Miss Mabel Ie Stout
Miss Imrothv ;roui
Mr. Victor Sheridan Fee
Mr. Win. Thomas
Prof. A. ('.. Cash
LOUISVILLE, R. F. D.-
Miss Mable Word
Miss Martha Stohlman ...
Miss F.m ma Gakeineier . . .
PACIFIC JUNCTION, IOWA.
Miss Elizabeth Teinpletou
Miss Anna Co re o ran
Mr. F. H. McFaimhlin
Mr. Fred Mendenhall
Mr. Ton i Martin
J. W. Hessenflow '.
Miss Certrude Meisinger
J. W. Kcil
Miss Audra Itrown
Miss Rose Amgwert .'
Announcement is made of a special offer for one week
that should interest every candidate or intending candidate,
as it points the way to a splendid start in the race. Every
candidate who brings or sends to this office before 'J p. m.
Saturday, June 20, one new subscription to the Daily Jour
nal will be entitled to a special ballot for 5,000 votes, in addi
tion to the ballot called for in the schedule, or 7,000 votes
Remember that this offer applies only to a new subscrip
tion for one year to the daily, and but one of these will be is
sued to each contestant. Everyone who has been named and
contemplates being an active contestant should avail them
selves at once of the advantage contained in this special in
troductory offer. rne new subscript ion for a year to the
Daily Journal is easy to obtain, and the 7,000 votes will give a v
handsome start to the contest.
WABASH, R. F. D.
s Ruth Garrison
Fes He Everet t
s Alice O'Donnell
s Pearl Hramblett
UNION, R. F. D.
s Pearl Lew is ,
s Jessie Hush
s Ella Bauer
s I.eata McDonald
s Grace Gust in
s Helen Mooiiey
s Eula Weaver
s Kat herine Ralston . . .
s Elizabeth Reed
J. T. Crozier
D. M. Johnson
O. V. Boone
. Olie Murley
s Mil.lr.-d Hart
Chas. B. Andrus
WEEPING WATER R.
s Edith Johnson
s Leon a Switzer
s Bertha Miller
. II. E. Heil
Coughs and Colds Weaken the
Continued Roughs, Odds and
Bronchial troubles are deperss-
imr ami weaken the system. Loss
of weight and appetite generally
follow. Get a 50c bottle of Dr.
Kind's New Discovery today. It
will stop your couirh. I he Iirst
dose helps. The best medicine
for Stubborn Coughs. Odds and
all Throat and LuiigL-.-TruubLes..
Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine. Ala.,
writes: "Mv wife was sick dur
ing the hot summer mouths and
I honestly believe Dr. King's New
Discovery saved her life." Good
for children. 50c and 1.00, at
Beautiful Shetland Ponies
for sale at all times, ior the next
100 years, unless I die in the
meantime. I have now an extra
fine stallion, tne best in the state,
for sale. Well broke for both
harness and saddle.
R. F. D. No. 1.
1Go Acres of Land.
Will trade 160 acres of land iu
Perkins county for Plattsmouth
property. W. R. Bryan.
Fine Holstein Bull Calf
for sab-; eligible to registry.
About 2 weeks old. Mrs. J. p.
Tnl.-cli. Plattsmouth, JVeb.
And Many Are the Voice of Platts
- mouth People.
Thirty thousand oice What a
grand chorus! And that's the
number of American men and
women w ho -are. jiublicly.. praising.
Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from
backache, kidney and bladder ills.
They say it. to friends. They tell
it in the home papers. Platts
mouth people are in this chorus.
Here'- a Plattsmouth case;
Benjamin Brooks, Main street,
Plattsmouth. says: "I had a se
vere attack of kidney complaint,
brought on by a bad cold. At
times the pain extended from my
back and hips into my shoulders. I
couldn't net. about and was laid up
for two weeks. My head ached for
hours at a time. I had dizzy
pells, during which my sight
blurred. After using two boxes of
Doan's Kidney' Pills, procured at
Gerinir v. Co.'s drug store. I re
gained my health."
Price 50c. at all tb-ab-rs. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doaii's Kidney pills the same
that Mr. Brooks had. Fosler-
Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y
O. K. Reed, foreman of the
Monarch Eugiiiering Co.. of their
work iu this city, was visitor over
Sunday with his family at Falls
Fred G. Egenberger and son.
Charles, were passengers this
morning for Omaha, where they
will isit for the day looking af
ter some matters of business.
Bucklen's Arnica talve for
For Sale or Trade.
Edison moving picture machine
complete with model B. gas out lit
and i' big reels: all in first-class
condition. Is equipped for travel
ing purposes. I'. C. Ripple, sr.,
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Cham
berlain's Tablets is daily becom
iug more widely known. No such
grand remedy for stomach and
liver troubles has ever been
known. For sale by all dealers.
Sell your property through the
Journal Want Ads.
The Plattsmouth Journal
Big Booster Circulation Campaign
VOID AFTER JUNE 27th.
Good for 5 Votes
From Monday's Daily.
V. H. Tritsch was a Platts
mouth visitor Saturday and made
this office a brief call.
Charles Herron of Murray was
a visitor in this city Saturday and
a pleasant caller at this office.
J. F. Clugy departed this morn
ing for Chalco, Neb., w here he w ill
attend to some matters of busi
ness for the day.
.Miss Blanche B.-1I of near Ash
land, was here oer Sunday being
the guest of Miss Verna and Lil
lian Cole in this city.
Miss Lillian Hobson returned to
her duties at Woodbine, Iwa. tin's
morning, after a short isit here
with relatixes and friends.
James Terry berry of Cedar
Creek was attending to business
matters in this city Saturday and
gave this ohice a brief call.
William Hoover and wife of
Omaha were Sunday vi-itois in
this city being fru'sls at the liine
of Mr. and Mrs. V. 1'. Ro-cncans.
Everett Wiles was among Ih'
passengers this morning for
Omaha, where he was called to
look after some matters of busi
ness for t he day.
George I'ilzpatrick ami daugh
ter Miss Ada. from near Murray,
were in the city la-l Saturday for
a few hours looking after some
trading with the merchants.
.1. A. Moray, of I'niver.ily Place
Nebraska, is in tlx city for secr
al days looking after the interest
of (he Pi-esby t er ia u orphanage
which is operated by th" church.
Mrs. H. E. Andrews ami little
daughter of Sioux City , low a. ar-visiting-
at I In- home of the form
er's mother. Mrs. s. E. Kerr.
Ted Leonard relurmd l the
Metropolis this morning art-r an
oxer tMinday jsjt her.- at I In
borne of his parents Mr. ami Mrs.
V. V. Leonard.
James Hunter, .jr.. of Gibson,
was a isjfor here yesterday at
the home of his parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. J. R. Hunler. coining down
n the belated morning Burling
Charles Vorndran of the j
inily of Murray xas a xisjlor in
this fitx- Salurdav and a pleasant
alh-r at this ollice. While here
ie had his name enrolled on the
Plattsmouth Journal list.
.Mrs. E. H. Wescott departed
this morning for Omaha where
she xrilL-l-a--gue.sL.at a luncheon ,
to be given at the Coiiulrv Club
for the state oflicers of Ihe I). A.
t. and a few inxited guests.
our friend, Frank Finkle. one
f tin; reliable stamlbys of the
Journal at Union, was in the city
Saturday, and l-t the light of his
genial countenance beam in upon
this ollice for a few moments.
John Ewing. xvife and family-
arrived this morning from Hop
kins, Missouri, xx here they make
their home, ami will enjoy a short
visit her' at the honx of Mrs.
Exving's mother, Mrs. Clans
x - ...
Misses Cecelia, Nellie an. I Ex a
Greer of Omaha xvere oxer Sun
dav xisilors in the city. b-ing
guests of Misses Christeiie and
Mathilda Soeuniehsen. and this
morning- returned to their home
in t he metropolis.
Dr. H. J. Winneli of Lincoln,
formerly a member of the Stale
Railway Commission was hi the
city Salurdav afternoon and exe
niiig looking after some business
mailers and xxhile here xxas a
guest at the Hotel Riley.
Counly Surxeyoi- Fr-.I Patter
son xxas a passenger this morn
ing for Greeuxvood, xx here he xxas
called to look after stum- county
business. His daughter, EPie. ac
companied him as far as Omaha,
where she xx ill x isit with relatives.
George Slander and daughters,
Sylvia and Lois, and Miss Edna
Tulene were passengers this
morning for Omaha, where they
go to visit Hugh Slander at the
hospital, where he is recovering
from an operation for ap
F. R. Cunningham, one of the
republican candidates for the
ollice of sheriff, and Jhon White
man, one of the lixe ones from
Nehawka, came up Saturday exen
ing and visited here with friends.
John also attended the big- A. O.
U. W. meeting.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Ex-cry family without except ion
should keep this preparation at
hand during the hot xxeallo-r of
the summer months. Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is worth many
limes its cost when needed ami is
almost, certain to be needed be
fore the summer is over.. It has
no superior for the purposes for
which it is intended. Buy it noxv.
For sale by all dealers.
Smoke "Keno" cigars.
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