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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914.
ADVICE TO CANDI
DATES BY THE CAM
Every Candidate Or Prospective Candi
date Should Read This Article Care
fully Valuable Advice and In
formation For Those Who Are
Desirous Of Winning
ATTENTION CALLED TO
SPECIAL BALLOT THIS WEEK
Extra 5,000 Votes With Your First New Subscription For
One Year Or More To The Daily Journal Take Ad
vantge Of This Startling Opportunity
And Create A Large Reserve Now
Let's Drive This Home Right Now.
If yi'u arl a eauJilat' in thf
Journal"- Itiy utntnnlil Cam
paign ami haw any intention of
makiiiir an act i v campaign, it will
ureatly t yoiif alvuntae to
1 i' 1 1 1 tr in uni'1 new yearly rMib-crip-tion
to thf I aily Journal before
o'flofk Saturday evening- and .--cuiv
th" extra u," vote coupon.
You Tre Entitled to One of Them.
That means that if you st'curc
one new yearly subscription you
Will really pet 7,Ml votes if it is
delivered by carrier or (,oOU if by
Ion"t you s-e what a dandy
start it will ie you toward win
ning t!o' ifilan Automobile?
Ion"t you know that it will make
our friends realize that you are
in earne.-t in your campaign and
that you really want to win? II
will cause tliem to immediately
jrive you their aid in the eampai-n
and that is what ou must have in
order to win.
Make a Good Showing This Week.
The ri-ht sort of a .-I art means
inucli. It will you eoniidenct
in your-elf. It will 'ive youi
f!'iMlds eolllidenee in you. II
make it that much harder foi
your conipetitor to irain an ad
vantage : you in Ihe succeed
l)on"t for-el the He nte cou
pvnis. They appear in each iue
of Ihe Journal and they count up
awful fas', too. Your friends will
save them for you and you may
brills them in every few days
neatly Irimmed and your name
district plainly written upon them.
Th Campaign Manager is jrlad to
pet them for they are a baromet-
er of jjlteresf.
Ami ieinember that the Cam
paign Manager is at his olliee
eerv day and venintr and that he
will )c prlad ! meet and talk to
every candidate or their friends
and explain all the details to
Come in and see him.
According to promise the result
of the lirst count of votes has
been published and it is obvious
by the larpre increase in the stand
ing of some of the contestants
that they have already entered the
race in earnest. Of course this is
no indication f the real strength
of all the contestants, as there
are a number of candidates in all
the di-trk ts who have not as yet
turned in the votes which they
have received. These will be
heard from later, and it will be
found I hat there are many w ho
are active in these sections and
have not been noted in the voting.
The many friends of Ihe contest
ants are bringing or sending in
their votes, and with a little work
on the part of the candidate it
will be easy to brimr in an aval
anche of vote by the time the
next count is made. As staled in
yesterday's Journal, the votes will
be allowed to accumulate in the
ballot box until Saturday, when
they will be counted again and
published in Monday's paper.
Every Saturday and Wednesday
nicrlit thereafler Ihe count will be
made and published in the follow
ing day's issue.
The advantage of gelling an
early start cannot be over-estimated.
Be sure and have a good
showing of votes before the end
of the week, thus letting your
friends know that you are in the
race. You will find the race an
open one and nominations are
still in order in all districts. Un
der the division of the territory
into two districts it is so arrang
ed that ihe competition is fair and
even, everyone having" an equal
chance so that no undue advant
age can be had by one or a few.
DISTRICT NO. 1
City of Plattsmouth
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
Mrs. Sybtl Head 47 1 0
Itev. F. M. Druliner -'DSO
Miss Anna ileid ItsoO
Miss Marie Ioniwl!y 1D5
Miss Marie Jelenek i&oo
Miss jorolhy llritl 1500
Miss Mary Don at 150
Mrs. Frank C.obelman '. 1500
Mr. Geo. L. Farley '. 1500
Mr. Jesse perry 1500
Mrs. Joseph Droeue 1500
Mr. Frank Ueslor 1500
Mr. It. M. Shlaes 1500
Mr. Call Sattler 500
Mr. Major Allies I 500
Miss Paula Cons 500
Miss Ella Xeuman 500
Mi-s Madeline Miner 500
Mr. Geo. n. Sayles 500
Miss Yerna Cole , 500
Mr. John Neifzel J 500
Mr. Lee Cotner 500
WATCH THE VOTE GROW
"DISTRICT NO. 2.
Outside The City of Plattsmouth.
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
PLATTSMOUTH, R. F. D.
Miss Josic Kiser
Miss. Grace II. Nulling"
Miss Mildred Lee
Mr. Henry Hirz, jr
Mr. Ed Tritsch
Mr. Joe Wheeler
Mr. II. E. Becker
Mr. Will Hummel
Mr. John Meisinger, jr
Mr. Albert Wiles
Mr. Martin Nelson
Miss Trudie Long;
Miss Vivian Fitzpalrick
Miss Etta Nickels
Mr. M. Cm. Churchill
Miss Pauline Oldham
Miss Pearl McReynolds
Miss Laura Puis
Mr. Dwight Propst
Mr. Wayne Propst
Mr. Ed C. Rummel
Mr. Leo Tighe
Miss Jennie Carper
Mr. Yirgil Miller
Mr. Civile Jenkins
Miss Clara Jenkins
Miss Olga Yogler
Miss Dora Carper
Miss Acnes Tighe
Miss Agnes O'Brien
Mr. Floyd Rockwell
Mr. A. U. Williams
Mr. Ernest Schomaker
Miss Jenette Young
Mr. Otto Schwartz
Mr. Harold Whiteman
Mr. Elmer McReynolds
Mr. Mat Bee
Mr. Fred Ahrends
Miss Alma Ost
Miss Edna St oil
Mr. Elba Dodson
Miss Edith Ost
Miss Sophia Fleshman
Miss Rhoda Wunderlich
Miss Norma Trotter
Mr. Lovell Massie
Mr. Alv in McReynolds
Miss Marie Prouly
Mrs I.uella Stout Klyver
W. S. Jordoti
Mrs. Bud Grove
Mr. F. E. Cook
Mr. J. Y. Cochran
Mr. C. F. Rosenow
Miss Alma Wiedeman
Rev. A. G. Foreman
Mr. L. C. Marvin
Miss Daisy Lansrhorst
Miss Mable Stout
Mr. Henry Hayes
Miss Lottie Lean
Mr. Sid James
Miss Elsie Opp
PACIFIC JUNCTION, IOWA.
Miss Anna Corcoran
Mr. Tom Martin
Miss Elizabeth Templelon
Mr. F. H. McLaughlin
Mr. Fred Mendenhall
J. W. Hessentlovv
Miss Gertrude Meisinger
J. W. Keil
Miss Audra Brown
Paul G oh rev
Miss Rose Amgwcrt
Mis.s Dorothy Group
Mr. Victor Sheridan Lee
Mr. Win. Thomas
Prof. A. G. Gash
LOUISVILLE, R. F. D
Miss Mable Word
Miss Martha Stuhlman
Miss Emma Gakemeier
WABASH, R. F. D
Miss Grace Erhardt
Miss Ruth Garrison
Mrs. Fannie Eikenbary
Mr. Leslie Everett
Miss Alice O'Donnell
Miss Pearl Bramblett
UNION, R. F. D.
Miss Pearl Lewis
Miss Jessie Rush
Miss Ella Bauer
Miss Leata McDonald
Miss Grace Gustirv
Miss Helen Mooney
l o 11
Announcement is made of a special offer for one week
that should interest every candidate or intending candidate,
as iL points the way to a splendid start in the race. Every
candidate who brings or sends to this oftice before 9 p. m.
Saturday, June LMi, one new subscription to the Daily Jour
nal will be entitled to a special ballot for 5,000 voles, in addi
tion to the ballot called lor 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. One new subscription for a year to Ihe
Daily Journal is easy to obtain, and the 7,000 voles will give a
handsome start to the contest.
Mis M r.
. W. O. 11 anil
Marl in Ilursh
s Edith Peterson
W. J. Lathrope
s Freda Reilter
s Ethel Jlardnock
s pearl Ax
s Ef I a Smith
Art hur Adams
. Maggie siekman
R. J. Mick
( ieo Obel b'. Jr ,
s En la Weaver
s Katherin'j Ralston ...
s Elizabeth Reed
J. T. Crozier
D. M. Johnson
O. V. Boone
. Olive Murtey
s Mildred Hart
Chas. B. Andrus
WEEPING WATER R.
s Edith Johnson
s Leona Switzer
s Bertha Miller
.11. E. Beil
PLUMBERS RESENT CHARGES
Head of National Association De
nounces Department of Justice.
Atlantic City, N. J., June IS. Ctny.
ing that the National Association 0;
Master Plumbers is a 'trust or atti mi.ts
to practice monopoly, Christopher
Irving of Denver, president of that or
ganization, in his address at the open
ing of its annual convcnticJi hare,
stored the methods of the federal de
partment of justice. After telling of
the indictment of thirty-six members
of the association by a federal grand
jury at Des Moines for aneged con
spiracy in restraint of trade, Mr. Irving
"More than 100 special agents of the
I'nited States government, 1 am in
formed, have been turned loose to pry
into the afiairs of our national and
state organizations. They have invad
ed our offices and our files, summoning
scores to undergo examinations, and
they have taken records, some ot
which have not been returned to us.
In short, this organization of honest,
law abiding American business men
has been made the subject of a prying
espionage that is un-American and out
rageous." The convention .received resolutions
,"Vom the State Master Plumbers' asso
ciation of Illinois pledging financial
aivl moral baching to the plumbers in
dicted in Des Moines, and also another
official under indictment at Sioux City
under perjury' charges.
Women's Convention Ends.
Chicago. June IS. The twelfth bien
nial convention of the General Federa
tion of Women's clubs passed into his
tory as one of the most successful ever
held. Features of the day were a pro
test against the indorsement of suf
frage for women and a veritable satur
nalia of giving which poured $2VhHJ
in comparatively small sums into the
treasury of the federation and com
pleted the endowment fund of $1U ,000
Firemen cf Maple Valley Contest.
Ida Grove, la., June IS. Five thou
sand people attended the eighteenth
annual tournament here, of the Maple
Valley Firenun's association. Odebolt
was awarded the priz? of $10 for the
best appearing company in the parade,
aid Sac City $10 for tha largest com
p:ny in the parade. In the sport pro
gram Sac City and Holstein tied ioi
first place, each with 2" points.
Illinois Auditor Will File Petition
in Cook County.
Springfield, 111., June IS. A petition
aslang for a receiver for the La. Sane
Street Trust and Savings bank, signed
Ly State Auditor James J. Brady, will
be filed today in Cook county. The pe
tition is Lased on the examination con
ducted during the last week by Bank
The- report of Examiner Harkin re
veals '"loans" made by the bank to
companies controlled by William Lori
mer and C. B. Munday, president and
vice president of the clos&d bank, to
companies they controlled and to their
employees, totalling $1,573,01)0. As se
curity for these loans personal notes
and securities which, the state auditor,
says are worth not over $30,W0 are
held by the Lank.
The investigation shows that there
is $2,000,000 worth of notes, bonds and
other securities in the vaults of the
bank, all of which is listed as good,
but which may d?preciate materially
at forced sale. In a list labelled
"doubtful" is the irrigation, construc
tion, reclamation and development
company paper of the Lorimer Munday
Asked it any criminal proceedings
would be instituted at this time, th-e
attorney general stated that such ac
tion would necessarily be based upon
the record established in the receiver
Smoke "Keno" cigars.
The Plattsmouth Journal
Big Booster Circulation Campaign
VOID AFTER JUNE 27th.
Good for 5 Votes
WILLIAM M. CALDER. -
Republican Congressman :
Accepts Nomination For
United States Senatorship.
Violent Storm Sweeps Second
Time Over District.
Canistota, S. D., June IS. Another
violent storm in the shape of a tor
nado struck near here and did much
damage to farm property. The storm,
started at the John Addy farm, north
west of town, and traveled eastward,
passing directly over the ruins of tho
Harms place, where the tornado
passed a week ago.
The large barns of W. A. Alcorn and
Henry Halgerson, north of town, were
demolished. At the Alcorn plaev all
the outbuildings are in ruins. Part of
the barn was blown into the side of
the house, smashing in one side. Large
trees were pulled up by the roots and
a horse was carried eighty rods, with
a timber driven through it
The house and barn at Mr. I3i rton's
place were badly damaged. At tho
Halgerson place, nine horses were
taken out of the ruins, one so badly
hurt it had to be shot. There has been
no report of loss of life.
Plans Balloon Sanitarium.
Cleveland, June IS. A balloon euro
for heart disease will bo tried by a
Cleveland physician. A nalloon capa
ble of holding two or three cots will
be hoisted by cable 2.000 or C.ono feet
in the air each night. Taticnts af
flicted with heart disease will spend
the night above the clouds and in the
morning the balloon will be pulled
T. R.'s Throat In Bad Shape.
London, June 18. Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt consulted a throat specialist,
who after examination declared his
larynx in had condition. The physi
cian said it would be impossible for
Colonel Roosevelt to undertake a con
tinuous campaign or to speak in tho
open air during the next three months.
In the meantime he advised him to
make only a few speeches.
Turkey Proclaims State of Siege.
London. June 18. A dispatch from
Constantinople says a state of siege
has been proclaimed by the Turkish
government at Smyrna and along the
Dardanelles, in order to put a stop to
the emigration of Greek residents In
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Closing Quotations on the Chicago
Board of Trade.
Chicago, June 18. Closing prices:
Wheat July. S-2TvC; Sept., 81 "ic
Corn July, 70' ic; Sept.. GT'Jc.
Oats July, 29:.lsc; Sept., 3Sc.
Pork July, $:'0.73; Sept., $2'M7'j.
Lard July, $10.10; Sept., $10.27?2.
Ribs July, $11.50; Sept., $11.53.
- Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 hard
wheat, SO'iOSO'ic; No. 2 corn, 70''g,
71'ic; No. 3 white oats, C9U-?? lOUc.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 18. Cattle Receipts.
13,000; slow; beeves, $7.C5Q 9.20; west
ern steers, $G.80r8.15; stockers and
feeders, $6.105? 8.10; cows and heifers,
$3.G08.70: calves, $7010.23. Hogs
Receipts, 31,000; slow; bulk of sales,
$S.20(g8.23: light, $S&8.25; heavy.
$7.85'98.27,.j; rough, $7.S58; pigs, $7
(57.80. Sheep Receipts, 18,000; bare
ly steady; sheep, $3.306.40; year
lings, $C.30(Fi7.50; lambs, $G.50Q8.30;
springs, $7.23 41 9.73.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, June 18.- Cattle-rR'5-ceipts,
2,200; steady; beef steers. $7:50
QiO; cows and heifers, $5.2508."');
stockers and feeders, $6.3008; bulls,
$3.737.25: calves. $7 11. ' Hogs Re
ceipts. 8,500; 5c h'ehr; bulk of sals.
$808.10; top, $.12(o. 'Sheep Re
ceipts, 3,000; 10013c higher; lambs,
$S08.9O; wethers, $5.7506.25; eweb,
5.5Q5.90; yearlings, (5.5007.15.
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