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THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
COP. SALE The Mrs. McVieker
resideiu-e or. Nortli Sixth street.
Kor particulars call on Mrs. J. E.
tOIl ATE One 7-foot cut binder,
irood haie. Call on llalph Ilav
nie. telephone No. :;T12. G.23-10td&w
WANTKD A separator man. Ex
perience necssary. Write or
call phone 'j'.I-. Iee A. Cole, Mvnard,
N.-I.r. e-2"-1 w k d& w
FOi: SALE A nun.W of rood
Hampshire spring boar pijrs, at
$10 each if taken at once. C. K. Todd.
Portsmouth. N-b. (-l.r-4tw
FUi: SALE The G. F. Switzer
quarter, three miles southwest
of Nt-lunvka. Kor particulars see or
write Henry M. Pollard. Nehawka,
FN HI SALE Farm ef 121 acres,
miles northeast of Union. 14 acres
hay land,'2 acres pasture timber, rest
in cultivation: well improved. Price
right if taken soon. Address Miss
l't?:i Xick' ls. Murray. Nebr.
FOK SALE Improved 0-acre farm,
14 miles north of Neha wka.Neb.,
Cood orchard: building all painted
and in good repair. Every foot of
jrovUid is tillable. Write or see owner,
)tto Srhachf . Nehawka, Neb. !-lMtw
OR PENT Farm. Inquire of S.
O. Cole. Mvnard. Neb. fi-S.lmo-w
K SALE Uood Deering binder,
almost new, cheap. Chas Schwab.
rvi? T V Heaut if ul Shetland po-
" niesfat all times, for the next 100
years, unless I die in the meantime. 1
have now an extra line stallion, the
best in the state, for sale u ell oroKe
for both harness and saddle. Wn
Cilmour. Plattsmouth. Nebr., IL V.
1). No. 1.
MlTK i: TO C!IK1)1THS.
HTTi: !' NKHKASKA,
on nt v Court.
In t! - M;.ttr f the Kstate of Oeorpre
V.". Vass. .Uet-.-.st-il.
Nt.ti e is l ei t l.v u-iven to tlie creditor-;
i.f s:iiil ii-i-,-ase" tt.at l.eatinirs will
i..- h:i.l un claims tiled against aid
state. 1-ei'ore rr.f. County Jultre of
Cass Cmntv. Nebraska, at the County
'e;r riM.m' in I'lattsinouth. in said
.. Titv. "i t! 27tli .lay of July. 191-1.
:t.l en t'.e uvtii day of Jnnuarv. ISM.".,
t 10 fcliwk n. ni.. euoli day for ex
ri in i n: t i'-n. ad ; us t men t and allowance.
AH claims m-ist l filed in said Court
on t Lefere said last liour of liearinr.
Witness mv hand and seal of said
c..u::- Court, at I'lnttsmr.utli. Xe-l.ra-Ua.
tl.is dnv of .liinr. V.'H.
ts al .I.bi:X 1. ISKKSoN.
Count v .liu'.'C.
JOHN' M. LKYI.
Attorney for Kstate.
mitk k to rii:niTOK.
STATIC K N ICflllASKA,
Cass Co'-nty. ss.
In f'omity Court.
In ti e Matter of tt.e Kstate of Ivon S
AVI ;te .If-.-aserl.
T a'! p-r.'Miis interested: You are
I er-l.v j oti'e d that ti ere 1 a. liecn filed
in tl is c,i;rt the retort of the admin
istrator f al-ove estate, together with
hi:; T-etilion for final settlement and
d i-ri Let ion of tie residue of slid estate.
That a 1 e::r:nir will l.e had uon said
rr;'i-t nt-d petition hefore this Court
rt the .i:rt House in the City of
1 !a t tsmoi.it h. said C'ountv. on the 7th
lav of .tune. 1M4. at ! o'clock a. m.
l fi'.icn inns thereto if an", must
l.e fi:el n or hefore said (lav and hour
Witness m' hnTd nnd the seal of the
c.e-r.fv Ci-irt of said Countv this Ctlth
da - of .Tune. 1014.
.S,al AI.CLKX T. BEK.-ON'.
Slinill TS SAI.K.
State of Xehraska. County of Cass,
rty vir tue of an order of sale issued by
.lames I : o 1 r t s o r. . clerk of the IMstrict
Cinirt. within and for Cass county, Xe
h:askn, and to me directed, I will on
the JTth day of Jul v. A. 1. 1914.. at 10
oVIix k a. m. of said dav at the south
d .er of the court house In said county,
sell at h'-ihlic auction to the highest
bidder for cash ti e following property,
to-wit: Fractional lot No. One Hun
dred Twelve (Hi' in Section Nineteen
!!'. in Townshiji Twelve ( 1 1 i north, in
T.'atiire T'ourteen (14), Kast of the Ctli
I. M. The same beinsr levied unon and
taken as the property of W. S. Urittain.
who--:- real mime is Walter P. I'.rittain:
W. W. Windham, whose real name is
Wade W. Windham; Minnie Windham.
William I,. I'.urke. Julia F.urke and
I:o.ert J',. Windham. Jr.. defendants, to
pnt'-'fy a judgment of said court recov
red bv the I'lattsmouth Loan and
l:i:ildi'.r .ssoriat ion, n corporation,
Ida'nt iff. aarninst said defendants.
I'lattsnmuth, Neh., .Tune -jn. . . 1S14.
C. H. Ql'INTOX.
Sheriff Cass Countv, Nebraska.
IV TIIK DISTRICT C'OI'HT OP THE
COI M l Ol' C.Si, M:iillSKA.
In Kc-Kstatt of Jjelilah Schwab, De
ceased. NOTICK OF SAI.K.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of lion. James T.
F.eu-y. J m; ire o-f tlie iJistrict Court of
Cass Countv, Nebraska, made on the
first day of June. A. I . 1!'14, for the
sale of the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, there will be sold at the south
front door of the Court House, at
1'lattsmouth. Cass County, Nebraska,
on the 1st day of August. A. I . 1914, at
ten o'clock a. m., at puhlic vendue to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
I.ot eiirht . in the Northeast quar
ter (XIC'i i of the Northwest uuarter
XW'4: lot fifteen (l."., in the South
east iuarter 1SKV4) of the Northwest
inarter NW4): lot twelve (12, in
the Northwest quarter IXW'd of the
Southwest quarter (SW1,): lot eleven
11 in the Southwest qtiarter (SW'1
of the Southwest quarter (SW'i) and
the Kast half (ICm of tlie Southwest
quarter (SW'i). all of Section twenty
einlit 2. in Township eleven (11
North, Ilanere fourteen (14, Kast 6th
J'. M.. in the County of Cass. Nebraska.
Said sale to remain open one hour.
lated this 1'Oth dav of June, A. D.
CHAHLKS K. SCIIWAR. executor of the
Inst will and testament of Delilah
KAWLS & KORKRTSOX.
and covs from
flies and tno
onltoes. Aop'icd with a band
very thin spray over
the hiirof the ni-rnl
ot soaked to the -
skin it forms a pro- . ;
tecti coatine thar -
The cost is trifline: tXr.
time of applyirR lesa&-i
than one rr.inoic;
Uiu let (is to nrht
mrr timrs curjis . - , :
trltry wealhr." whfl --W
fl.M mwm uonauathr
vicious tben U nr.; t-ika a more frctiiarnc application
Ttjeenzca. JScts.. Weu., S1.0S. Sprayer SO eta.
For Sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
A sprayer, only
5 TtTV- .V ,
The Production at the Parmele
Theater Last Evening Very
Much Enjoyed by Ail.
The operetta, ''Cinderella in
Flowerlaml. which was presented
Iat evening by the school chil
dren of the city at tin' l'armele
theater, undep the auspices of the
Daughters . of the American
Revolution, surpassed even the
inot saniruine e-jectat ions of tlie
instructors who had charge of the
traininp- of the t hildron. The lit
tle folk were certainly splendid in
their- work and showed the tiai:i
inir and care which had been iven
them in the preparation of the
The story of the operetta was
woven around the adventures of
Cinderella, and her experiences
with the fairy podniother. The
little folks were prarbed in cos
tumes that were very handsome
and artistic and lent a touch of
beauty to the chariiiinir appear
ance of the boys and jrirls who
composed the cast of the operetta.
Miss Clara Mae Moicran appeared
in the role of Cinderella, beintr
garbed as the daisy, and durinir
the progress of the show ?avf a
number of very pleasinpr solos.
and havinr a very sweet voice and
one that hows ".real strength for
one of her years, hep numbers
were srreatly enjoyed by (he larjre
audi'-nce. The drills ,f the chil
dren were very difficult and were
carried out without a single mis
take, and the interest shown hy
the little ones in attending to their
different parts was truly remark
able, considering their tender
Preceding the presentation of
the operetta a prologue was given
by .Miss Ioiothy Zucker. wfiich
allowed the audience to more fully
understand the trend of the story
of the opera, which was opened by
the invitation of Prince Sunshine
to the ball to which the two sister.,
of Cinderella, Hollyhock and Tii-rer
f.ily. were invited, while she was
compelled to remain at home to
look after the work. As the two
proud sisters of Cinderella. Misses
,ora Livingston and Muriel
Streight. were excellent and did
their parts to perfection through
out the course of the operetta.
The role of the fairy godmother
was taken in a pleasing manner
by Miss Catherine Shopp. who,
with a wave of her wand, trans
formed tlie simple little daiy into
a lady costumed for the court of
the prince. One of the sweetest
appearing of the many different
little folks on the stage were the
charioteers of Cinderella, Fae
Hallstead. Eleanor McCarthy ond
Helen Wescott, who were gowned
in pretty little costumes and gave
several pleasing little song.. They
were attended by llonnie l$ee, the
pace, which part was taken by
Xorris Smith Cummins, and the
little man received much applause
for the delightful manner in which
he carried out his role.
The drill of blossoms in the
rose drill was simply superb as
the little girls marched and
countermarched on the stage in
many positions that would be very
hard to master by persons older
by far. The girls were gowned in
dainty pink frocks with green
sashes and each carried a rose,
which added greatly to the beauty
of the scene. Those who formed
this chorus consisted of the fol
lowing little girls, and their work
was certainly all that could pos
sibly be desired: Eunice Druliner,
Alice Louise Wescott, Theodosia
Kroehler, Margaret Schlater,
Clara Johnson, Emma Wohlfarth.
Cirefchen 7ein. Virginia Beeson,
Elizabeth Wadiek,. Helen Farley,
Alice Pollock, Ora Bell Allen,
Mary Parmele, dladys KafTenberg
er, Edna Runyan, Marie Xemetz,
Francis Martin, Isabel Rainey,
Edith Farley, Viola Archer, Cioldye
Kaffenberger. Janet Bajeck, Ruth
Parmele, Stella Lister.
This drill was followed by the
scene of the prince's ball, when a
fine chorus of the young girls,
each representing a different
flower of the garden, did a number
of pleasing little dances, as well
as furnished musical numbers
that were highly enjoyed, and the
characters of the little ladies who
appeared as the guests of the
prince were taken in the different
roles as follows: Poppy, Mary
Rosencrans; Pansy, Mary Egen-
berger: Violet, Helen Roberts;
Mignonette, dladys Hall; Sweet
IN LOW ID
Pea. Mildred Schlater; Buttercup.
Eleanor Burnie; Daffodil. Dorothy
Zucker; Sweet Brier. Florence
Kalasek; Lilv Bil, Elizabeth Ba-
jeck; Xarcisus, Blanche Clarke.
The rose drill by the little girls
was followed py trie suniiower
drill, participated in by the boys,
who swung onto the stase in true
military style, and t heylnarched
and countermarching was without
a flaw and made a most, pleasing
impression upon the audience
and they were warmly applauded
for their part in the drill. The
bovs who conducted the drill were;
James persinger. Harold Smith.
Mason Wescott. Leslie Hall. Fran
cis Roman. Roscoe Hill. Richard
Beverage. Karl Thomas. Harold
Druliner. Clyde Clans. Dean Doug
lass, Jack McCarty, Newell Rob
erts. Walter Martin.
The ball room scene was made
tlie occasion for the entrance of
Prince Sunshine of Sunbeam cas
tle v Mason Wescott and the
young man made a very handsome
appearing prince indeed, and the
voung ladies as the guests of the
prince gave him a most royal re
ception, to which he responded hy
the song of response and greeting
to his guests. In attendance on
the prince was one of the most
charming collection of little siin-le-ams
and they were well named
for the little tots certainly radiat
ed sunshine in their baby faces
and winning ways in which they
carried out their parts. The
babies were certainly remarkably
tine in their parts and were one of
the biggest hits of the operetta.
The little tots composing this
chorus were: Jennie Windham,
Fern Yering. Marjorie picket f, i,o
reen Windhain. Noma Runyan.
I.eona Egpenberger. Florence
Y lick. Miriam C.openhaver. Edith
Yelick. Jeanette Windham. Helen
Be. -s,,!). Margaret dibson. Susan
Falter. Thelma Kroehler. Mary
Wvnn. Mary Schlater. Mildred
Hall. OHa Hollow. 11. Alice ptak.
Nina Tlollowel!, Sylvia Noble.
The scene at court was follow
ed by Ho- appearance of the rain
drops. Masters David Baylor. Karl
Ingalls, Lawrence Baldwin. Ralph
Mason. Edward Patterson. John
Falter. Edgar Wescott. Wilbur
Hall. Warren Taylor. Jack Halt.
Vernon Woods. Chester Baylor.
Charles Majors and Ralph Majors,
on the stage, who ga" a very dif
ficult song and won the hearts of
all with their eharniing little ways
and were received with dem
onstrations of warmest approval
from the entire audience.
The play was closed wh 'ii
Prince Sunshine discovered in the
shv and timid daisy his lady of he
ball and the herald Mack Mc
Carty fitted on her foot fh,. slip
per that proved hep identity as the
one who would become tlie prin
cess of the realm. The finale was
given with the larger children of
the company joining in the music
of the operetta.
The success of the entertain
ment reflects great credit upon
the D. A. R who undertook the
training of the little folks fop the
operetta, and the committee. Miss
Violet Dodge, Kathryn Windham.
Edna Shopp. Ellen Windham and
Mrs. E. 11. Wescott have labored
unceasingly for the successful
production of the play, and can
feel well. sat istied with the suc('i's
of their labors. Mrs. Mae Mor
gan, who had the direction of the
musical work of the operetta, is
also to be commended for the
splendid results achieved that
shows how the children take up
the musical work with the great
est of interest. The society of the
Daughters of the American
Revolution feel very grateful for
the assistance they received from
the general public and for- the aid
in preparing the children for the
event. The rose drill was undent'
the supervision of Misses Ferris
York and Violet Freese and they
trained the little girls taking part
with the greatest of care, which
was shown in the splendid work
performed. Mrs. A. O. Eggen
berger was also one of the chief
aids in the operetta, acting as
the accompanist for the produc
tion. In the dances given Miss
Catherine Dovey was one of the
ladies whose aid in training the
children was very much appreciat
ed by the committee and the D. A.
R. Miss Delia Frans was also one
to whom a great deal of com
mendation is due, as she and Mrs.
Morgan had charge of the prepar
ing of the boys for the sunflower
drill. To the mothers of the city
who saw that the children were all
at the rehearsals each morning
and who assisted in preparing
them for the operetta, the society
desires to express its deepest ap
preciation, as theip ad was large
ly responsible for the splendid
Blank books or all kinds at the
CLUB OFFER ON NEW
DRAWING TO A CLOSE
Some Timely Tips on How to Increase
Your Vote is Here Given
Just four more days of the
sptcial "gel bus" oU'ep ,,f double
votes on new subscriptions in
t iubs of five.Ju.st a little e-s than
half a week thai the interested
ones can take advantage of this
high vote offer. Every candidate
and every ppospeciie candidate
should make the most ,,f the few
remaining days of tins period.
Subscriptions should come easy
after you have one,, entered the
race in earnest, and the fact be
comes known among your- friends
that you are intent on winning
one of the prizes. The best method
of securing votes is as follows:
First. If those nearest you do
in f subscribe regularly to the
Daily or Semi-Weekly Journal,
ask them to do so. This will give
you a good start.
Second. If they are already
subscribers to the Daily Journal.,
ask them to renew theip subscrip
tions for' any period from six
months to five years, and have
tin-in save the coupons found in
tin Daily and Semi-Weekly Jour
nal good for tie votes i-ach . for
by so doing- you will pet the
benefit of both the voles allowed
on the renewal and the voles from
the coupons. Tie the coupons se
curely together in bunches of not
more than fifty each, mark the
number on top and deposit them
in the balbd box. Be sure (hat
DISTRICT NO. 1
City of Plattsmouth
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
Mrs. Sybel Head ....
Charles E. Mart in ....
Miss Adelia Sayles . . .
Mrs. Joseph Droege . .
Miss Dorothy Britt . .
Rev. F. M. Druliner
Miss Anna Heisej . .
Miss Marie Donnelly
Miss Madeline Miner .
Miss Marie Spies ....
Miss Fer ris York ....
Mr. Jesse perry
DBSTRBOT ESQ. 2.
Outside The City of Plattsmouth.
At Least Three of the Prizes will be Awarded
to this District.
PLATTSMOUTH, R. F. D.
Miss C.raee II. Nolting 228 4 5
Mr. Henry Ilirz, jr 17235
Miss Josie Kiser 11225
Miss Mildred Lee 88li0
Mr. John Meisingcr, jr 1500
Mr. Martin Nelson 1500
Miss Vivian Fitzpatrick 15270
Miss Trudie Long 1500
Miss Etta Nickels 1500
Miss Pearl Mclteynolds 1500
Miss Laura Puis 1500
Mr. Dwight Propst 1500
Mr. Wayne Propst 1500
Mr. Ed C. Hummel 1500
Mr. Leo Tighe 1000
Miss Agnes O'Brien 500
Mr. Ernest Schomaker 500
Miss Jenelte Young 1800
Mr. Lovell Massie 5 500
Mr. Alvin McReynolds . 500
Miss Marie Prouty 2325
Mr. G. F. Rosenow 500
Miss Alma Wiodeman 8225
Miss Daisy Langhorst 12785
Miss Elsie Opp 2100
August Romsfeldt I. 500
Paul Gohrey 1500
Oscar McDonald 500
Miss Martha Stohlman 500
Mr. Win. Thomas 500
WABASH, R. F. D
Miss Orace Erhardf, 500
Miss Ruth Garrison 1000
Mrs. Fannie Eikenbary 500
Miss Edith Peterson 1500
Mr. Arthur Adams 500
Miss Eula Weaver 3300
your name is on the slip with the
number, but it is not, necessary o
have it on each coupon if they are
securely tied together.
Third. Tell your other rela
tions and friends what you are
trying for, and ask them to sub
scribe and save their coupons for
you. They will be only loo glad to
help you, and you will then have
several subscriptions and several
people saving their coupons for
The Journal is even better value
than the price asked for it; an up-to-date,
newsy paper which is
worthy of a place in every home.
It is growing every day, too. New
departments are being- added as
the increaseed facilities permit,
and it is the object to make it the
inseparable companion of every
family in this section.
Start now to make the minutes
count. Yesterdav is dead tomor
row you can't figure on today is
the day. You never can tell what
you can do until you try. The op
portunity is yours it is up to you
to grasp it before it slips your
The office is open every evening
from 7:.'ol to K:.'P. Do not hesi
tate to call and ask for any in
formation you require. If there
is anything that is nof clear the
contest manager will be only too
glad to make it straight. Do not
hesitate any longer. Start now.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
GOVERNING THE JOURNAL'S BIG
BOOSTER SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN
Rules of the Contest.
Any white man, woman, boy or girl of good reputation residing
in the territory of the contest may become a candidate.
Nominations may be made and will be received up to the last
day of the contest.
Contestants may nominate themselves or be nominated by
friends, without cost.
There will be two separate districts in which to enter, as de
scribed on this page. The candidate who received the largest vote
of the entire contest will be awarded the Overland Touring Car.
The contestant receiving tlie second largest vote of the entire con
test will receive the Schmoller & Mueller Piano. Th.j three candi
dates in each of the two districts receiving the three largest number
of votes after the two grand prizes are awarded will receive one of
the district prizes. All candidates who enter and work to the end
and fail to win one of the prizes will receive 10 per cent cash com
mission on all subscriptions turned in by them.
Every candidate in the contest has an equal chance of winning
either tlie touring car or the piano. Candidates compete only against
the candidates in their own district for the district prizes.
In the, event of a typographical error it is understood that
neither The Journal or the Contest Manager shall be held responsi
ble, except to make the necessary correction on discovery of same. -
Any district having less than two active contestants will be de
Yotiner will be bv two methods: Coupons clipped from THE
DAILY' AND SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL, which will count for the
votes each; and by special coupons issued for payments made on
subscriptions according to the published schedule. These payments
must be made in cash to the home oflice of the paper during the
period covered by the contest, whereupon a special subscription
coupon will be issued, pood for number of votes to which each pay
ment is entitled. Votes will not be sold or issued in any other man
ner. Special subscription coupons must bear the number cor
lesponding with the ledger number on record in the ofiice, and must
be countersigned by the Contest Manager or his assistant. Contest
ants are not limited to their own districts in securing votes and sub
scriptions, but may obtain them anywhere. Votes are not transfer
able from one contestant to another.
All remittances must be accompanied by subscriber's name
All votes issued on subscriptions are pood to the end of the con
test and may be polled at the discretion of the candidate or sub
scriber. Cash must accompany all subscriptions when votes are issued.
First publication of names will be made as soon as a suitable
number have been nominated in each district. Voting will com
mence Thursday. June 11, and continue until Saturday, August 1, at
10 p. m., at which time the contest will close.
No employe or close relative of an employe of THE JOURNAL
can enter tlie contest.
A board of three responsible business men will have exclusive
control of the ballot box the last day of the contest and make an
nouncement of the result of that day's voting.
The Contest Manager reserves the right to reject any nomina
tion and to pass final judgment upon any question that may arise,
not covered by these rules.
No statement or promise made by any solicitor, canvasser or
acrent. varying from these rules, will be recognized by THE
THE JOURNAL reserves the right to chancre the plan or to make
itnv additions or alterations to the above conditions that may be de
cided necessary to the interest and welfare of the contest and its
In accepting nomination and in casting votes, all candidates
must accept and agree to abide by the above rules and conditions.
Old subscribers cannot trans fer their subscription to other
members of the family and be counted as new subscribers.
How Prizes Will Be Awarded.
The manner of awarding prizes is as follows:
The Overland five-passenger touring car, with complete equip
ment, will be award"d to the contestant who secures the largest
number of votes during the campaign.
The S400 Schmoller & Mueller Piano will be awarded to the
contestant receiving the second largest number of votes during the
After these grand prizes have been awarded, there will be three
prizes awarded in each of the districts as follows:
The contestant receiving the highest ofe in each district.: re
p; -..lless of the vote in any other district, and aHer the grand prizes
have been awarded, will receive a beautiful diamond ring, purchased
from J. W. Crabill of Plattsmouth, and on display at his store.
The contestant receiving the second highest number of votes in
rach district, 'regardless of the vote in any other district, and after
the grand prizes have been awarded, will receive an order on one of
Plattsmouth's largest stores for 30 worth of merchandise, as they
The contestant receiving the third largest number of votes in
each district, regardless of the vote in any other district, and after
the grand prizes have been awarded, will receive a gold watch, choice
of Elgin or Walt ham movement, purchased from J. W. Crabill,
Plattsmouth, and on display at his store in this city.
SPECIAL To assure everyone who enters this campaign of
absolutelv fair and impartial treatment, we will pay to every con
testant who enters and who remains active until the close of the
campaign and who fails to win one of the splendid prizes offered, a
cash commission of ten (10) per cent of the money which they bavo
secured and turned into this office during the campaign.
The Plattsmouth Journal
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