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THURSDAY, JUWC 25, 1914.
PLATTSIVtOUTH SEW I -WEEKLY JOURNAL,
New' Subscriptions of
Most Value in Journal
Contest Make Votes
Double Ballot Offer on Clubs of Five Has
Stirred Up an Interest that is
Sending the Standings
MAKE THE MOST OF
It Conies to a Clo.-se a Week
at ! O'clock, so
F.:t Ii 'V ry cand idat in
"Ih. .I..iii :iais Aul . tn. l i I Con
tent i.aliz'- that u-vv silbsrrip-ti..n-
:v ti i!i.-t value frm a
..o ami as ii is th'
... - !'i:it will inak.' u a winner
i . 1 1 li.-u!tl m-i'-ct a siiiiile
oj.t..ii unity !' Bellini: a new suli
x ript i a. Tlif iiKinautv f the
r:Hiiiai:i d'ia!'t r i m i ? is wi'.Iinir
! I ; -1 t any c;.iniilute. strictly, nf
!;!-, williin tin- yul. f tin-r.-nii
-l. and his riili('l is ! all i'i
-. ai'i'T tin- y.-Y ulscript imis.
While lb" -t7cr f d-nibii' votes
.n li:! r live new siil-ri it i. ms
i. i lone tin' wi-f c;i!itl idal cs
vi!i rnii'-ax h make 111" I s i - t if
tin- Mf't't Pi 'l lmiid up n 2 1 r"-
c j-ve f' ! f n n r" u -".
It i- oa-y fi. h' that a lilinct
can Ik iraincl in this
manner ami that is what u
want. In .'tliei- words, to l.e a
wiiiiH !' you want Jo secure more
vo!e in t i i - a;ne period than
your rival. Yon may already have
one elnli compete and. will fed
-ati-l:.-d with, thai for the l.alanc"
of the we.-k. That is a l'at?.l mis
take with nio.-t candidates. Yu
sh'-nld k"e, and ;tvnil y .urx-1 f
of t-. -ry i ;; '!-t nt! it y of pet tine: a
-nhscript ion. and hy w innin.
a prize . u will h" move than re
paid f- - r you r !Y i -.
I o not h.-Id y.-ur siiii-ci-ipt ions
until you (nip-ete a (duh. Turn
them ii'o the c..;ile! depa r ! men t .
have tin' paper- started at one",
and "U will Lei the he-n'ti! ,.f tin-
daily ("t;t"'n. As i a a c!uh
i- compli !e (! extra v ie- will he
i--uetl oa a special Icllot. Thi
clul. oife;- expires at '. o'clock
Monday nii;ht. July '.. ;,nd in x dew
of the laei thai w" a-sure all
candidate- there will ind ie a bet
ter ..!",; dm-inir tin- ci;e-t. they
sh.odd take ad;;n!;nre of it to its
From n.c.v on until tin c!..-e of
the conte-t a -erie of -ui'pri-inL
happenimr may occur in the re
lative slandimr of the candidates
,l-,f will 1-....., t .... i..
,(. 1 1 1 I ' - j I.i- 111 J-V'.'''l 'lp
Uiat j.riijiei- juicli ot excitement
which produces a nece--ar.v char
acteristic ti peconie a winner
eiif hii-ia-m. Their friends will
he upon the qui vie to assjst
them. The former are develi .pinp-
DESTRIC7 NO. 1
City of Plattsmouth
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
Miss A'bdia Sayle- losou
Mrs. Sybel Head IMHlo
Rev. V. M. I uuliner ,:;ir
Miss Anna Heisel iVVo
Mi-s Marie Donnelly 1725
Mrs. Joseph Droepe t lK7r
r.harles K. Mai l in 10 .'JO
Miss Madeline Miner iTio
Mi'ss Marie Spies 1570
Miss l'crris Y'ork 15 JO
Mr. Jesse perry i500
Miss i:ila N"uma:i ...i 500
Mr. I.ee Coiner 500
Miss Dorothy JJritt 1500
Outside The City of Plattsmouth.
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
PLATTSMOUTH, R. F. D.
Miss (Jrace 11. Zxoltiiu-"
Miss- Mildred Iee
Mr. Henry Hirz, jr
Miss Josie Kiser
Mr. I'll Trit-ch
Mr. John Meisin-er, jr
Mr. Martin Nelson
Miss Vivian Fitzpalrick
from Next Saturday Evening
There i Hut Little
so rapidly info brilliant campaign
manager- that the regular politi
cal campaigners will Iiave to look
to their laurels lest these symbols
of successful leaderships b"
Wle-led flolil their posses-ion.
Keep at it. The opponent s who
are short on votes now may b ad
you tomorrow: and no contestant
is so far ahead that they cannot
be overcome by a little hard and
.judicious work f"i th" part of the
ones possossiup the fewest num
ber ( f votes.
A word to our friends about,
supporting their favorite candi
date. It seems as though it would
not be amiss f,,r the many friend
to devote some of their time in
assistimr th" contestants to win
by procuring the daily coupons or
-ecurin-' a few subscriptions. II
would 1" appreciate! by them. If
each friend of a candidate rep
resented ia the contest should pay
for on" year to the Haily or isVmi
YVeekly Journal it would be bdn'-'
nothing more than demonstrating
in :i ra( lical way the doctrine of
fraternity, fed bu-y! Ifep some
of y.eir friends to In'p th"ir
eandiilate. Your friends need
your support. Xnv is th" time to
siv" them that support. 'I'hey
wanf to be the xvinncrs. Sub
scriptions will ive them the vcd"s
to carry them to xiclory. If is
therfor tij to you to sub-crib'e
for Cass county's b"-t jiaper. You
will never regret it.
It will be money Well spent.
You want an up-to-date, clean.
enterpii-iiiL' and iiew-y papi-r in
your" home, such as the Daily or
Semi-Weekly Journal. Xov is the
time to act.
None of the candidates should
think that they have a corner on
the voles, but the Votes are the
tiling- that count. An opponent's
as they appear in th"
column showiu-" the -landinir of
candidates, i- not always an in
dication of what it i necessary
lor I hem to do in order to be
b-adei-s. !,. a leader l.ecau-e it
"des you a Lrood prestige and
-hows your friends that you are
hu-tlinir and they will feel more
like helpimr you if you are up
anion- the top-notchcrs. They all
like to be wilh the xviiiniucr team,
Miss Trudie Lon?
Miss Etta Nickels
Mr. M. G. Churchill .
Miss pearl McReynolds
Miss Laura Puis
Mr. Dwiyht Props t
Mr. Wayne Propst
Mr. YA C. liummel
IV! AN LEY NEB.
Mr. I.e., Tip he
Miss A-ncs )'JJi,i"n
Mr. Ernest ScUuinaker
Miss Jenette You ay.
Mr. Otto Schwartz
Mr. Elmer McPo'ynolds
Mr. Fred Ahrends
Miss Edna StoII
Mr. Love 11 Massio
Mr. Alvin McReynoIds
Miss Marie proufy
Mr. C. Y. Ro-enow
Miss Alma Wiedeman
Miss Daisy Lanphorst
Miss Elsie npp
PACIFIC JUKCTIOrJ, IOWA.
Miss Anna Corcoran
Mr. Tom Martin
Miss Elizabeth Temple! on
Mr. Y. II. McLaughlin
Mr. Fred Mend"nha!l
J. W. Ilessenilow-
Mis-- Gertrude Meisinper
J. W. Kcil
Mi-s Audra llrnwn
Paul G oli rev
Miss Rose Ampwert.
Miss Dorothy Group
Mr. Victor Sheridan Lee
Mi. Wm. Thomas
Prof. A. G. Ga-h
LOUISVILLE, R. F. D.
Miss Mable Word
Miss Martha Stohlrnan
Miss Emma Gakemeier
WABASH, R. F. D.
Mi-s Glare Erhar.lt
Miss Ruth Garrison
Mrs. Fannie EikerJ.ary
Rev. W. n. Hart 11
Mr. Ed IMf
Mr. Ib nry Simkes
Mr. Fred Spphnle
Mr. Martin Ilurdi
Miss Edith Peterson
Mr. Anso Hurdi"!-;
Mr. Ralph Allen
Mr. Will Sharp
Mi-s Freda Reitter
Miss Ethel Hardnock
Miss pearl Ax
Miss Et fa Smith
Mr-. Art bur Adams
Mrs. M:i.i" Siekman
Mr. Elmer Hu-'hs
Mr. R. J. Mi"
Mr. Geo C berb'. jr
Mis- Eula Weaver
Miss Tessjc Klilsch
Miss D.-rtha Miller
Mr. Chas. r. Andrus
Big Booster Circulation Campaign
The PLATTSMOUTH JOURNAL
Big Booster Circulation Campaign
I am a resident of Cass County or vicinity and wish to enter u
lhe Journal Prize Contest. I fully understand the rules and con
y ditions governing same, which I
5 0 0
5 o 1 1
5 ' o
Journal I Series
agree to comply with.
From Wednesdays ralli-.
Will Rumimdl was in loday
fi'pirn his farm, ailemlinu to some
matters wilh the merchants for a
few In 01 rs.
TTenry Epenberper, who for th"
past term has been attending tin
I'niversily of Iowa, at bva Ciiy.
Iowa, retui'ue.l home y-terd.ay
afternoon In spend his summer
vacation .here with hi- parents.
Mr. and Mr-. L. 1J. Eiieriberi-er.
Mrs. Rolet Knight and daugh
ter. Mrs. ;en Wyant. of Malv. in.
Ia.. are xisitinp- Mrs. John Wiles
a .id other r ial iv cs.
E. L. Philpof of Weepinp- Water
was jn l!i
ifv today for a few
liour-, looking afler some mallei's
of bu-iness. having moioi-ed up
from his home.
Ross Mitchell and Mis y,.
Mrdioiiey arrived Ibis morninu
from ilave!o,-k lo al'end thexvi-d-dinu
of Mi-s I'dna Proji-t at
Mvnard this eveniiur.
Lee J. Maviield. editor of tin-I.oiii-v
i!!e Courier, was jn the city
todav lookinir after some matter
at the coio-l h".i-e for a few
Mrs. James Newell of Chicago.
vho ha- been here for a short
time vi-ilintr with iePi!ics. d.'
parted this morninu for Omaha to
visit for- the day.
From Ti'-ursday's r.iUy. f
Mrs. John Knabe. Mis- Jose
phine Knabe and Maidha Albi-rt
of near N'ehawka were pa-seners
this m-unin- for (imaha. win-re
they will visit for lie- day. altend
ir.u to some m:Mei-s of Jc.i-ine-s.
Ge-.i-pe M. Ibid crime in fhi
ii mm i ii from his home near
?.!!, aril -and was a pa-senser on
the eaily i;uriiu-:lo:i 'rain fo-
una ha. w luo e he will is it for t he
James II. Ilc-r-old of Lincoln
came down this moi-nfncr on No. i
to soe-id a short jinn- heie w'iii
hi- i-ePoives and old friends. Mr.
l!ero!d is lookinp' line ami his
friends Were We'! ph-ased to meet
him. if oi:py for a few minutes.
Char!"-. Weckbach. v.ifi' and
two !ii!e s,,ns came in la.st cvni
inu from Crete. Neb., and will
v isit lie;-e f-r n dii'"l time with
t'nir ic'.;ties in this ci;v. poih
?!r. p;:d Mrs. W'.-ek h:ich were , ,
iiirr r -ideais of !hi- riiy. vhere
thev we:-e I'earcd and educated.
YA. Eirdsall oT Chadron. Neb.,
cam - ia evi-nin' from Omaha
: a si),.!) vi-ii with fri-nds her.-.
Mr. Eird-all. who is ;, nephew- of
the sheriff of Iiawes county, came
to omaha wilh his I'ucle, coiie
iiiii" two desperate 'prisoner's there
for safe keepint: as they attempted
to break out of jail at Chadron.
Invest Your Money in New Homes
There has never been such a
demand in Plattsmouth as at the
present time for small modern
heu-es. TIhtc is not a house in
town that is at all tit for occup
ancy that is no rented. The ren
tal value of property here is ever
Mi I lie increase, and new homes
should pive th" investors excel
lent returns for lln- money invesl-
The commit lee of the Commer
cial Club, named below, or any
member of if, will be slad to talk
the proposition over wilh anyone
th.it would consider sucli an in
vestment. Help find a suitable
location and secure funds f;r
The time is ripe ripht now- to
beprin a buiblincr movement P
make room for the people outside
that are anxious to make Platts
moulh lh"ir Imme. Let's net and
keep up the boom that is makinc;
Plaflsmonth a better town every
C. G. Fricke.
T. II. Pollock,
Ik J. Richey,
T. M. Patfersori,
J. P. Fn-ller,
sre manv. Lee's is the best
C buv. b'irst. because a pound
-iv?fK md t ouarter for 25 ets. instead of
the usual 15 ounces; seconu re
causu obtainable st roost every
J o-n; thud because cotralyine
5V f -;.uly with
th the Insecticide Law.
ood for FTovn fowls or
chicks, fcspeciaily fine for setting
hens. You cannot raise chickens
g profitably unless kept free from lice and you need
F . I .1... 1 Awnmtll .fill a.cu te tic tia
M;nicinirc iriai " '"i"11 'i ' " -
well as effective. That's Lee's. Put up in round
sprinkler top cans. 2 sizes, 25 cts. and 50 cts.
Sold by 1 it. 000 itrakm In V. S. aod Cmnadm. Vr rlt tat
free imuJut boot ami puiapuieu.
I it 6 U ri if fcS H L S y ;r vs, f
taliic S itiaacis aiiirjovcb of
ness and Rjst.Ccr.taLisnciL'itr
Not Xah cotic.
IT W .
- r r r
AperTjrt Reraedy forConsflj
ion , Sour Stomach Dtarrtocj
crJLoss of Sleep.
TiicSiniib SiSaarnrf of
The Cektatu CoiPArr,
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Indictrr.erts A2"inst Miners Nolled.
Charl-'Sftnn. Y. Va., Juno 2o. Indict
ments r.gainst John T. Vvhite, presi
dent, and Frank 1. Hays, vice presi
c'fiit cf the United Min Workers o.
America, and against s ve ntocn oth
ers, r.atior.al and district officers of
the organ iration. wcr.- nolled in the
United States district court here at
trio requfft of W. G. Earnhardt, dis
Kan?as City, 2: Indianapolis, 5.
Chicago. St. I-ouirf. 1.
D:tro:t. 2: Chicago, 3.
Cleveland. 4-1; St. Iouis, S-3.
Philadclj.hia. 2-1; Wasnington. 4-2
I.oston. ?, 2; New York. 0-C.
Now York, 3-1: Boston. T-ft.
I; 1;1. 2-1; Philadelphia, 0-C.
St. Louis. 3; Pittsburgh, 0.
Chicago, 11; Cincinnati, 5.
Topcka, C; Lincoln. S.
Dos Moires, T,; Omaha, 11.
Sioux City. 4: St. Joseph, 5.
Der.or. P; Wichita. 1.
Nebraska State League.
R-iperior, 0; Columbus, 1.
York. 0: Grand Island. C.
Hastings. 7; Kearney, 6.
The Journal does job work.
rii u Ijilv? f
S W e invite You
A 1 1 J
F. P. PJSG!3
Hotel Riley BIdg. Telephone 61 6th and Main SU.
E. J. RICHEY, Plattsmouth, Nebr.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Tmi ontauii totimit, new o errr
Many Fishers Drown In Constance.
Fried t ichs ha! "en. Germany. June 25.
The bodies l t n li.sLei nn n were re
covered from I-aho C'onstaiu and at
ieatt twenty-five more are missing, be
lieved to have b' en di owned in a sud
dni storm, which broke over this re
gion. The storm came so quic kly li.ut
the fisberiiieii were unable to reach
land, only a mile or so away. Many
were rescued Ly lake st-i nier.s and
other eratt alter their light boats had
Strike cf Paris Mail Carriers Ends.
Paris, June 2.". The letter carriers'
Strike, which had threatened to result
in scents of violence and had struck a
s vere blow at business, was brought
to an .nd by a promise from GaMon
Thomson, minister of posts and telt
graphs, to make a searching inquiry
into the men's grievances provided
t: . returned -iviodiately to duty.
Stays In Air Eighteen Hours.
Johannisthal, Germany. June 23. A
world's record for a duration flight was
made at the aerodrome here by Gustav
Bass'T. He remained in the air for
eighteen hours and t n minutes with
out making a landing. The beit pre
vious record was made by Bruno Lari.
ger on Feb. 3. an uninterrupted fligM
lasting fourteen hours and seven min
utes. Thomten, Dentist. Ound ftldg.
to send your soiled and wrin
kled clothing here to be clean
ed and pressed. You will
find the result satisfactory
beyond your expectations.
Our system is superior to
many because we have the
Vf best and most modern equip-
i ment, and are careful of every
garment entrusted to our care.
' Goods called for and delivered
and charges very reasonable.
are made to perfection from our
Lumber, because the wood is
perfect in every particular, and
free from every imperfection of
knots, cracks and warpings. Ev
ery foot of it is thoroughly sea
soned, dried and shrunk, so it
can be absolutely relied upon by
carpenters and builders, and all
sensible, wide-awake architects
hereabouts particularly mention
our lumber in their specifications.
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