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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914.
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rest him. a he was going- after
I he hi- at the river. The
i h i-f hal told him he was under
arrest, huf could go on after the
li-h and he would fro and get John
Richardson. The wagon haI been
-topped jusl south of the bridge,
near the ball park, lie could not
hear all that Harr said to ltainey.
When they stopped Rainey had
:-oi;en mil and pmo to the wagon
where Harr was and fold liim he
wanted him to come with liim.
Harr had kicked and struck the
chief. He had gotten on the
wheel of the wagon and pushed
Hair out on the side where the
chief was and then Rainey and
Hai r had walked up the road while
he stopped to look after the team
they ha. I. Hunker had asked him
t- to the river with him to se
cute the iish. He turned to ask
I lie chief about going", when
Ramey calb il fm- him to come and
take the -un away from Harr. a
he ho'.iin-: if. lie saw Harr
have his tinker on. the trigger of
the te.ili i- i.efof,. j was dis
charged and heard the shot and
b'..k'd aiotui:! as it hit in time to
see ,.ini' Hunker fall. He then
ru-he, at Harr and order him to
dr.'p tie1 -un. saying, "You have
kiiied one man, ii 'W slop. On
c!-o,. ;i!i;;nat ion he stated that
the lii si words of either side were
if. m i Harr. who said at the sub
way. "Y. ;i can't arrest me, as. we
ate -t- alter a ti-h." lie stal-
.I i!ie chief l.itd him to po on.
'I le y had driven behind the team
on the way lo the riser, and Harr.
ad ii in-' ltainey, wln-n just over
the little brid--'. said, "you
you can'i lake
in"." ltainey had then bdd the
driver of the olher wagon l stop
and had p.'lt.n out and go ie to
H.l'l" Neither of Ihe
p-'ii. i.ieii at this time pulled
their fe . , , rs. ,i; he had gotten
to the waioa. lie was at the
w win-ii Hen called In him
ai d Je started up toward where
I! .i !' a:.d Harr were w resiling
lie had -aw tie- pun in Hair's hand
with hi- tin -it on the tri'-er ;v.id
o wa- point, -ij in his direction.
V no- Hunker was iJ-hl liehind
b i in
! ;e ca 1 1 ;
Up the road. II'
had not -e..-n Hie -ta:-t of the
trouble between lie;, ;m, HatT. He
bad - t a sack IVoni the Douat
to put u:;i!er the head of
Hunker as they plaeed him in the
w i-oa. I'.arr had rode up to the
il with them, in ;he back part of
the w.iu.iii where the body was
hiu-. but had not held the head
of the wounded man, as he had
I., hold onto she -idi's (lf In wa
pon in kep from fall inr out .
Albert T.. vv. (fie dr iver of the
wa-.e, f. . Harr and Hunker, lesli
i! ,l. ut had not had a clear vi-w
of the trouble. - Ilis horses were
!e-!l e and he had d''Voed his at-
t e i j, n to them and not f o the
1 1 1 : i . Hen had told him to stop
Ho- b am. He had heard H.-n and
Hair piarr!iu- a- I hey drove
a !o ;.-.
l.-iwaid Ioll recited the
-o' f (lie trouble in his saloon
wha li cau-ed liie police to be sen)
I"!-. Hati- and the ( Rjrhard-i-
and a man from South
Hen,! weie plavinr card- and be
pan i' piarrel over a card game,
a- I he. d Hiehardson was cheat
iuir. from the -taleme;; made by
Hart-, and Ricii;ir,l-e ha.d sworn
and called Harr a vile name. They
had started toward each other
wlo ti Albert pern!!, his purler, had
iulerfeffed iltid stepped between
Hum and limy had then jumped
on him and or,.- had kicked him in
bad shape . ,,ue ,f his b'-s, in
f! tiu' a -eriuiis wound, lie had
tlD-n lo!d tlnui to pel mtt of (he
-;i!o..n and slop (he trouble, ut
they had iefu-e.l and kepi up the
trouble. He then -cnl oae (.f the
bystanders, j'rank A-henbrenner.
out after the police, a id ltainey
Iiad arrived a few minute- later.
After the men had b ft Floyd
niehardsou had came back and
.started in t.o demand a drink,
which wa- refused. on.il had
told Hen till three of the men were
l!l I lie trouble ;,ud lie VViillled til. Ill
at iesled. He had Ivdd the hief
that f.:;e of 1 1 1 r men wa- now on
Ihe way to I he liver, as he saw
their wacron ptunp down Ihe sub
way. At the conclusion of Mr. im
nat's testimony the stale re-ted
their ca-e and the defense did not
offer any testimony, movinp l'i:;t
Ihe court discharp.; the defendant,
as the evidence wk? not sullieient
to warrant his beinp- bound over
and that the state had not proven
that the crime was commitleed in
Cass county, Nebraska, as the;
pnt where the shooting- had
taken place was east of (he form-
,?r v,,,s! h;mk nf n"' riv, r and w:ls
"' county, iowa.
It was also claimed tnai me ponce
were without warrant in attempt
ing to ar' est Harr and were there
fore acting: in excess of their
authority and Harr was defending
Judge Heeson, after due con
sideration, bound Harr over to the
district court, although express
ing the belief lhal the charge of
lir-t degree murder was exces
sive, and admitted him to bail in
the sum of ,s8,o00.
NEGRO IN SHQQTiNG
(Continued from First Page.
did not mind ami had walked unite
a distance with them.
On cross-examination Hilton
state. I that he was frightened at
the threats of lynching and did
not know for sure how- man
time- he had shot, and he had re
loaded his revolver near the river,
lie could nol see Low after the
iirst shot on account of the
To the .judue Hilton slated he
was years of ape and was a
native of Kentucky and had left
that stale about two weeks a--o.
He was taken back to jail to
wail and see if he could secure
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
HOLD A MOST DELIGHT
From VVednfsilays Ially.
The '. H. C. held their .annual
picnic vesjerday a.t Ihe pleasant
country home of .Mrs. .lame- I.ee.
tiv" miles lf.iin this city, ami it
is reporled that they had the
time of their lives." Carryalls,
buppies and auto- Conveyed the
happy picnickers to the I.ee home.
Iiinner was served al the noon
hour and consisted of the many
'-ood thinps of flic season and
there were li fly-four who assi-l-'!
iii disposincr of (his excellent
pi nnc dinner. After a few mom
ents rc-i the ijcn ickej's proceed
ed lo have some fun. A!! kinds
of races were indulged in. every
body p.) i icjpnt inj- in the-e races.
even the p ra nd n in I h its had a
pola'o race, and the children had
11;. ir race-. Prizes were nivmi
to eneourape Ihe runners. II was
an ideal day and everybody en
joyed it. Afler the races and b
ward ev.-ninp- the hostess, Mrs.
I.ee. had supper ready for the
picnickers, supper beinp- s.-rved
on the lawn. About du-k tin'
happy picnickers, after Ihankin-'
.Mrs. f.ee for iifoviditip: such a
spiendid day's etilertjiinment.
weml'-d their way homeward,
hurin'-r the day Miss I.ee et.ler
tained the crowd with some very
pretly piano selections. The
pienickers say that if you have
any doubt a- to their havinp had
a pood lime jusl a-k Mrs. Val
I'.uikel and Miss F.lla Kennedy,
who were the. judpes of the races.
CLARENCE DEAL MAKING
BASE BALL PLAYING
In speakmp- of Clarence Heal,
the crack center liehler, who was
with the Piallsmouth team lor Ihe
tiisl of Jhe season, but who has
joined Ihe Helie J'oufche, S. I)..
team, Ihe .orlhwesl Post of lhal
Clarence Heal, the new center
Itchier, arrived from his home in
Piallsmouth, .Neb., lasf Thursday
and made his initial appearance
in Sunday's panic. As nolhimr
was hit into his territory in that
Raines, he had no opportunity o
ilispl.iy his prowess, but we hap
pen to know lhal Ihe new man will
make a worthy successor to Carl
Ouainbcrp-. the. fast, little. Holder
who has covered that position so
well for Hit' past several years.
Carl was hit in the lop; a few
weeks auo by a ball, which cau-ed
what is known in base ball linpo
as a "Charley horse." and this will
probably keep him out of Ihe pernio
for the ret of the season. In
Sunday's game Heal made a three
bapper and a single, and he is one
of the fastest men in the country
when it comes to stealing bases.
ING AT FAIR
Plattsmouth People Aro to Bo
Given an Opportunity to
If begins to look like Nebraska
would be represented at Ihe Panama-Pacific
I nl ernal ional exposi
tion with a building. Forty stale
in the union have already provid
ed for stall' buiblinps at Ihe ex
position. Many people will pass
through Ihe great agricultural
stale of Nebraska on their way to
the big fair. They will be greatly
impressed with Nebraska as an
agricultural slate ami when they
arrived a! the cxposiliou they will
certainly look to see Ihe exhibit
we make. F.very loyal Ncbraskan
will wanf see on'' stale rep
resented with a creditable build
ing. T!ie only way in which the
niom y to erect such a building'
can be laiscd is by popular sub
scription, and if Hi majoriiy of
the people will d"na!e fo this
cause Ihe burden will not be fell
The Cask of raising Ihe money
ha- been undertaken by a com.
mission appointed by Ihe gover
nor, and this commission jt working-
hard without pay to rai-i
the funds. Due of their plans is
to conduct a contest in which a
number of Nebraska ladies wil
receive trips, with all expenses
paid, to the cxposiliou. Tiles.
ladies will sojej funds and every
one who donate one dollar to tin
building fund will receive ;
bronze medallio bearing on ou
side the seal of h, -fate and on
Ihe olher side Ihe se,; of tile c
position. All who donate ;ive dd
lars or more will receive a lioM
medallion of the same kind.
A number of ladies have been
selected from I his cilv lo fa!,
part, in this contest. They ar
now soliciting the couf ribui ions
from lln-ir friends and neihl""-
They are prepared i give a fi
cejpf for (he money paid them and
have the medallions lo deliver a-
sooji as th'-y receive the money
The list of those who have been
s' b-cei are as follows: I'b i
cure Coty, Ferris II. Yolk, Fil l
K'MineiJy. Zelma Tuev. Iiulda Coo--.
Fli'Mi l.i vda. Ali.e Tuey. Yerna
Cole, f.eona H:ad', I'lorencc Hum
mel. Jennie Halten.
Mrs. 1 1 ttsfed of Fin coin, rep
resenting the governor's com
mission, will he at Ihe lh!e Uiley
on Friday and would be pleased to
see anyone interested in raising
the funds for a Nebraska build
ing al t lie exposit ion. ,
FAMILY REUNION HELD
AT THE HOME OF MR.
AND MRS.JAMES HIGLEY
I'rom Wednesday's pjiily.
The home of .vir. and Mrs.
James Higb-y, in the south part
of Ihe city was the scene o f a v cry
pleasant gathering yesterday in a
family reunion, at which there
were present four gem-rations of
the family. Mrs. Dallon of Mills
county. Iowa, mother of Mrs. Higb-y;
Mrs. Kihlow, a sister, and
daughter, Mable, of Council Hluf'fs.
Iowa; Mrs. C. ;. Coiner of Stella,
a daughter of Mrs lligley, and her
daughter, Nellie; Miss Flossie
Richardson of .Mills county, Iowa,
a niece of-1 Mrs. lligley. and uy
Harris of Slella, Neb., were among
tile oul-of-t own guests present,
while Mis. (leorge Harr and two
daughters, of this city were in at
tendance. A line dinner was
served to the company at the noon
hour, ard in the aflernoou a
photograph of (he whole company
wa- taken, which will be pie
served with fond remembrances
by all who were present, fu Ihe
aflcronon Ceorge Harr .joined his
family in time f,, fake supper
with them and enjoy the. pleasant
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tha Kind Yon Hays Always Bought
Bears tho '
Goes on Eastern Trip.
From Wednesday's Pally.
This evening Have Wallengren,
accompanied by . Julius N'eilson,
will depart on Ihe 5 o'clock Mis
souri Pacific for an extended
eastern trip Ihrough Wisconsin
and Michigan. While he is back
east Mr. Wallengren may invest
in a celery farm in Michigan, be
ing greaily interested in celery
growing, or may decide to take an
interest, in a large tract of land in
northern Wisconsin. bolh of
which look poo. I to him. His re
turn will be anxiously awaited by
his friends to learn as lo his in-
Feonard Meisiuger, who fo
the pa-t four years has occupie
his vacations and holidays from
his school work in clerking at tin
clothing sloie of C. I. Wesi'otl
Sons, has decided lo make hi
future in the mercantile busines
and ha- entered the -lore as ;
regular clerk to learn the chdhing
business, and for the present a
least will make his headipia rl er
al this .-tore. During the linn
Mr. Meisiuger has been cmployei
al this store he has proven a nm
alert and capable clerk, and b
in"; a MMing man of line education
and a pleasant and genial natim
he will lie ipiilo a valual.de addi
lion to Ihe clerking force of tin
store, lie graduated this spriu
from the I'lal tsinotil h Ilig'
school ami will now be aide l
d- vide his entile lime to the work
in the -tore. His friends will b
much pleased lo learn that he has
decided fo fake up this line o
work and it is safe to predict ;
bright future for him.
TOWN TO THE FRONT
Thai the progressive citizens o
Nehawka. are right on the job in
promoting the be.-l interests o
the city is shown from a specia
lo Ihe Stale Journal from Unit
plaee; At a public meeting her
la-l nig'hi. a sfm-k company, with
a capitalizal ion of I a. not) wa
formed fo build a public audi
ioriuui for the town. Over -slO,
oun woitli of Ihe stock was laken
at Ihe meeting, and the promoter
anticiptde but little Irotible lais
ing Ihe rest.
The building" will be of brick.
I wo stories and basement. Tin
middle floor will be filled with a
-lage and used for all kinds of
public gatherings. The upper
lloor is to be tilled up for bulge
purposes ami .the basement will
he used for a library, recreation
room and civic uses.
'. 1. Sheldon, (he largest
single subscriber, is president of
Ihe company and has for a build
ing committee F. M. Pollard. H.
W'.dph and D. C. We-f. Over ?."
ooo worth of the slock has been
subscribed for by the farmers
surrounding the lovvu.
Ablo to Come to Town.
From Wednesday's l.'ally.
This morning Prof. J. Asch and
wife of Murray were in Ihe city
looking after some mailers of
business with the merchants and
visiting with Iheir numerous
friends. This is the first time in
many months that the professor
has been able to visit Ihe city
having been confined to his home
by a very serious illness, and his
appearance hero today was most
gratifying to his host of. friends,
and he feels greatly improved in
Surprising Cure of Stomach
When you have trouble with
your stomach or chronic con-
tipalmn, don f imagine, that your
case is beyond help just because
your doctor fails to give yon re
lief. Mrs. ;. Stengle, Plainlield.
N. J., writes: "For over n monlh
past I have been troubled with
my stomach. Everything I ale
upset it terribly. One of Chant-
M-rlain's adverlising booklets
aim; to me. After reading a few
if Ihe b'lfers from people who had
een cured by Chamberlain's Tab
els, decided to try them. I have
taken nearly three-four! lis of a
package of them and can now eat
almost everything that I want."
For sale by all dealers.
T . -
Dctroiter climbs a 15
grade at 28 miles per
hour "on liih."
if r i
The Paving of the Alleys a Vital
Question to Be Solved by
The pavi'i.-r of the alleys in liie
business part of the city is .lill
ii matter thai is allractiu-r ;i threat
leal of iitlenlion ami the propei-ty
owners in the business section of
Ihe citv, as well as Ihe citizens
in general, are very much in
terested in seeing that litis im
provement is made as soon as
possible, in order lhal the busi
ness part of the city may ill-
placed in proper shape to coin
pan' wilh other cities of the same
class in this respect, as those
who Iia traveled throui;h the
alleys after heavy rains cm well
ippreciale Ihe trreat need of some
elianj-e being; made in these high
The matter has been agitated
for Ihe past few months very
earneslly by the city council and
Ihe Commercial club and the vast
majority of Ihe business men of
the city have shown a perfect wil
lingness to enter into a support
of the movement H make this
p;ivinjr possible. The tuestin is
ne I hat has preatly to do with
the bellermeut of Ihe city and all
public-spirited citizens should see
that all possible means are taken
to carry out. the successful cul
mination of the plans for the
With Ihe use of concrete pav-
hifr, as has been strongly urjred
iy a number who have interested
themselves in Ihe mailer.
It is hoped to have Ihe rptes-
ion in such shape as to allow lhe,,r Kjckapoo Worm Killer at once.
outicil to lake the matter up at
their ineeliur on next Monday
nishl and make if possible to f?et
the work under way before the
cold weather Pets here, although
it may be impossible to yet in the
nl ire amount of Ihe paving1 in
this Ieijgth of time, but as much
as possible can be carried out.
If you want to sell your farm,
1st it with me. I have buyers for
geed Cass county farms. T. H.
Pollock, Coates Block, Plattsmouth.
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Makes Life Worth Living
This ic the car that made the greatest record of all
in the past season. The thousands of Detroiters,' in
hardest service, averaged, from January, 1913, to Jan
uary, 1914, just $3.81 apiece for repair parts. No other
c--ir, of any type, or at any price, can touch this record.
i l & S f i 1
With its lone: stroke, d-A&r The
motor, tlie i
On sccowl and
The loner stroke motor and
first speeds it climbs anywhere sensible gear ratio (4 to 1),
its wheels can find traction. make for slow depreciation; the
Because of its bull bearings, rear axle cannot give way its
correct power ratio and light margin of safety is 2,000 pounds
weight, the Dctroiter jses at overload; the ball bearings, of
least 21 less fuel than is de- finest grade, do not wear out and
manded by over-powered cars of never need adjustment as do
its c lass: 20 to 25 miles per gallon other types, neither can they
. , i bind w hen the car is distorted by
is its cverydav record. . , , .
, , , ... rou;h roads or accident; ard
It has the smooth gait of the ruinf,us roati s'loCk has no terrors
flat form spring. The actual f,)r the platform spring. Such a
amount of added comfort is vrc- ear lasts.
GET A DEMONSTRATION
Coatcs Block, Piallsmouth.
George Barr Released on Sond.
Freni VVviluesvliiy's Paitv.
Yeslenlay aftetiiini't ('.mutv
.Jli"le I.eex.u apptnveil file J . s 1 1
of 'eii!'ue li.U'i'. which wa i u i h . J
iy;u Harris nf Stella. Neh.. nn-l i
James 15. lligley if lllis ( j I y. Willi
the approval of the t n I . vliieh
v.;is fur the sum of s.Vonn, Mr.
Ilarr was leh-a.-eil from the coun
ty ja il ami a II i ivv i'i h i- 1 i herl y until i
Ms ca-e is enl!ef for trial at !!:
Xovembei- term of (lie ilr-trie?
court. He at onee returm-il In his
You're Bilious and Costive!
Sick Headache. Uad TIreath.
Sour stomach, f 'urred Tomrm and
lndi-e-t ion. Mean I.iv er and
15owe!s clo:etJ. cit-tui up tonight.
(ief a -Jac bottle of J)r. Kinu's New
Life Pills today and empty the
stomach and bowels of fermenf
inr, pra.esy foods and waste. A
full bowel movenn-nt ives ;i
satisfied, thankful feelin-r imikes
you feel tine. Effective, yet mild.
Don't gripe. jc, ;jf your Drug
Kil. lhicklen's Arnica Salve for
Called to Colorado by Death.
I-'rom V-vl nosila y's l'aily.
I.asl. eveiiiinr Mr. and .Mrs. W.
1'. Itosencraris departed for Fort
Col-lins. Colorado, where they were
called by a messa.se ;iiinouueiu.r I
the iletilh 1,'iere yesterday morn,
incr of Daniel Sechrisf. the fosfer
father of Mrs. Jtosenrran. Mr
Sechrist was piile well .ulv.incei
in years, beiur sume S7 years old
and his death was due to Hie in
tirm it ies of old aue.
Has .Your Child Worms?
Most children do. A Coated.
Mtirred Ton-rue; S.tron: breath;
Stomach Pubis; ('ircle.s under
Cyes; Pale, Sallow Complexion;
Nervous, I-'retful; 'rinding1 f
Teeth; Tossin'x in Slee; peculiar
Dreams- anv one of these indi-
c;ite Child has Worms, (o f, a box
It kills the Worms the cause of
your child's condition, is Laxa
tive and aids Nature to expel the
Worms. Supplied in candy form.
Easy for children to take. 25c, at
Paper Bound Directories.
The Journal has about fifly of
the recently published city
directories, bound in paper, that
we offer, ns long- as they last, at
50 cents each. This is a very
reasonable price; and they will no
doubt sell quite rapidly. '
Dctroiter has the
greatest proportion of
braking surface of any
car made one square
inch per 9 5-10 pounds.
DEATH OF DAUGHTER
OF m F. SWEEZEY
The ii"Ws of I he ij.-al h iii Clti-(..-!
of Mr-,. Harry McCartney
, lie..s on l-'riilav la-t will !. it.
' -eiw.l with a fei-liiifj- ,,f d--ep Mir.
ion iter J,y friends of Mm- father
of ttle i.'.i.'v, J. l-'i-ejik Sweesv. who
ha- 'e'en hei'e on. eeial oc
casions conducl inir special news
paper work and v. ho was here sev
eral mietths this sprin.r arran-'-in-"
fur the special Huusicr edition
of I be Journal.
Mrs. Hess was j;; years of aye
and .-vradtief ed from the Omaha
lli-h school in limp. She b II
Omaha in l!U with Ium- mother
and Utev have since made lln-ir
home in Chicago. She was mai--ried
March I. l'.tl.J. Decides her
husband, twin babies survive her
death. To the father the deepest.
feeiinr of sympathy in his bs
Will be extended. ;ls el as (o (he
husband and the motherless
babes. The funeral was held in
The firandfalher of Ihe vinin.
lady. William I'. Svveesy, h;is livid
in Omaha tifly-seveti years and
was proinineul as a federal ollicial
in the early da vs.
Returns lo Home Here.
Frrm "VVorJnfFvlay's Va!y.
Mrs. Will Jean, who f..r he
pasf several weeks has been at
SI. Joseph's hospital in Omaha,
recovering; from the effects of a
very serious operation, was en
abled yesterday to return In her
home near this cilv. The ease of
Mrs. Jean was a most serious one
and her family .and friends were
glial Iy alarmed several times
over her condition, bnl her splen
did constitution enabled her to
slam! the operation and its ef
fects and her friends feel ve y
much pleased lo learn that she
h;is so far recovered as to be able
1 1 1 relu rii home.
A Good Investment.
W. D. Magli, a. well known
merchant of Whitemound, Wis.,
bought, a slock of Chamberlain's
medicine so as lo Je able lo sup
ply them Iii his customers. After
eceiving- them he was himself
taken sick and says that one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was worth more to him than the
cost of hi.? entire stock of these
medicines. For sale by all deal
ers. ' t
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