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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, ISIS.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-TTErKLY JOURNAC
Standard and Manilla
Hay Tools and a Complete Line of Repairs
for All I. H. C. Machines,
CEDAR CREEX, NEBRASKA
Henry Thietolf spent last Friday in
For pood, fre.-h Candy, Fruit and
Nuts, see S. J. lieames.
Farm Loan?, Insurance and Heal
Estate. See J. F. Foreman.
Pete Schr:eder and wife were shop
ping in Omaha last Ti . day.
S. II. Arrar t of Monroe is visiting
his bother-in-law, A. O. Ault.
When you want some good reading
don't fi.reet Ee.imes. Library.
Mis. John Henr.inir? and son,
Ceoree. wc-ie Omaha visitors last
First Security Hank pays 4 per cent
on time certificates for six months
and one year.
S. J. Keames wa looking after
some matters of business in Plaits
Pomerr.ber that S. J. Rer.rn.es sell -the
latent book5 published. Harold
IV11 Wrieht's latest work--.
Jake Lohr.es, from near Mr-ray.
was lookinir a
!uin' ss in Ce-
ar Preek 1
ue -do v.
Aithur Stander and family
dw:i from Louisville
spend the -lav at the Ms -' !'
Mr-'. Henry Frey cam- in la-t
Thursday for ar. over r.irht visit in
Cedar Cieek. while en route to Hot
C P. Moisinger. leer Meisir ver,
Harry Meisinver and Henry Thd'-rolf
motored to Omaha on Thursday of
Mrs. J. E. Roberts and Philip Stoehr
diove to Platt.-mouth Wednesday
eening for a brief vi-dt with county
J. V. Foreman has been keeping the
Ford cars on the vo for the la.-t week.
He sold one to Win. Lohr.es and Henry
Mei singer, jr.
John Wolfi and. Adam Fornoff went
up to Fremont last Wednesday, where
thev atterded the tractor show. The
s made via
G. L. Meisincer is hauling the lum
ber from the yards of the Cedar Creek
Lumber company for the erection, of a
new house on the farm v. here he re-
John Oauer, C. A. Gauer, Wm. Keil,
ytto Sprieek and John Rusche drove
to Fremont last Wednesday to attend
the tractor show. This trip vas made
in the auto of John Gauer.
.-Ml L o Crtuns
I have opened up my Ice Cream
Parlor and invite all who enjoy some-
thin"' fine in the way of Ice Cream to
tall and see what we a.-e serving rut'Sfter a week at the front, meeting,
ro satisfy the hunger r. the vsay oi commanders and inspecting the bat-j!y
Ip Cream ill? line. Their rjresence was kent a Id
S. J. Reame?. Cedar Creek.
V . jtJ LA r-' w-
Sam Oche::t ine was an Omaha vis
Henry Ileebr.er was a county .eat
Joseph F(iemr.?i made a drive to
Louisville Monday tvenin-r.
Andy Thomsen was a business vis
itor in Omaha last Thursday.
Remember the dance at the Say Its
Hall, on next Saturday evening.
Mrs. John Nh-rolf was visaing in
Piattsmouth last Wednesday.
Arthur Stander of Louisviile passed
through Cedar Creek last Sun, lay.
Miss Bookmcyer was a Saturday
and Sunday visitor at the home of Mr.
and Mis. Schneider.
U m i 4
Chairman Langhorst Outlines Mcsi
.Aggressive Campaign in
Lincoln, Xeb., Aug. 10. Demo
cratic state headquarters will open
here tomorrow morning at the Lincoln j
hetel in charge of Chairman L. F. j
Lanvhorst of Eimwood. After Set)- j
tcmber 1 the organization will occupy j
the Lincoln Traction iorrpar.y rooms, j
just south of the Lincoln, which will j
give the committee a iipie-;id;d
Mi. Langhorst has done only
liminary work in outlining the sched
ule tor the fail campaign. Rert
Sprague is due to ax rive here tomor
:ow or Fri-'ay. The first woik which
the headquarters will take up is to
formulate a list of speakers. Lang-j
hcrst is planning to conduct a most.
aggressive speaking campaign, and
before the end of October expects a
large number of national leaders to
visit the state.
In addition Mr. Langhorst will see
that local orators are kept busy ham
The republican state headquarters
opened today with Chairman Ed
Beach in charge, at the Lindeli. As
had been indicated, O. C. Doebe vas
the new secretary named; C. C. Johns; I
of Grand Island was placed in charge '))
of the publicity work, Jesse V. Craig j
oi Umana tr.e speakers bureau, with
E. R. Gurney of Fremont assisting
in an advisory canacitv.
Mr. Craig said he had a list cfiv'i
twenty speakers for this state, includ-;v
ing Mr. Hughes, Colonel Roosevelt,;)!
Senator Norris, Senator Reveridge, ! i
j- t l y s . r- 1
enator wcsks, uovcrnor tapper, ep-iuj
ai.or r.oran ana otner lesser repuoncan '
KING VISITS BRiliSi!
ARMIES IN THE FIELD!
With the British army in France,;
Aug. 10.. King George and the prince!
of Wales returned to England today ,
secret, and they went about in khaki, i j
General Jotfre, President Poincaire
and King Albert of Belgium visited
Pi fiVE-V RUIFS
White House Conferees Are Tem
porarily Halted Pending Dis
General Ccrr.ir.it tee to Meet the Presi
dent at the White House
Washington. Auirust 10. President
n decided today to postpone fur-,
: i r.er com ere
s with tlie represonta- I
i lives of id
run. aim empiov s u:i
; the threatened jail road strike until to
j rcnri'iiW, whe." he will receive the g- n-
i e: ai committee oi -! workmen in t.te i
least room of the Wr.ite Houi e.
i In the meantime the committee of
managers here- and the general com
J mittee t.f the employes will meet to
j discuss tentative plans new before
In the meantime the president,
through Judge Wm. L. Chamber:; of
the federal board cf mediation and
conciliation, will keep in close touch
with the representatives of both side-.
No enyaurerrent has been, made for
the manager' committee, hut it is
picbalde that ti'.e presiue!it will see
The plan of which the president is
working is to put into effect the
cifrht-hsur day and have a feda:ai
commission invt-stiuate collateral :.- -sues.
Details of the plan have not
beer, worked out, but it was said to hj
possible today that if the railroads
cencedt-d an eirht-hour day the e:.i
jd. yes will be urjred to jihe u; tr "it
':en:a::d for time and a half for ov v
time. Th.e proposed commission inve-t: ra
tion would not have power to enfo:
any decisi'in. but we'd 1 inve.-ti-JT.t-' i
of the qu 'sti. .us invidveil in the c(.:
tiovosy and make recommendati'T.
The halt in the ne.'ictiatior.s ha ;
been cau.-ed !v the fact, that the
r-ireting with the preitlent lirve
pewes and. have to lefer
n. hack to thvi
in New York.
n decided that t
and hotter rc ivh
crs ot ts.
general committee were
Washington and met him. J here it
was decided to hold a general session
at the White House Thursday.
The committee of Managers e-
mamcu m ses.-ion aimo.-t ccntmuousiy
today diseussing the confei ences with
the president and the tentative sug
gestions outlined. It was statel th.at
the negotiations are now in tucli for:v-
d.ecisions may be mi
before tile end of i
The president had the forenoon to
day filled with engagements with sen
ators and renres Ttative who h-.ve
J l.f'n T!T'.'" c i Ti cr in Qj . liim l.nt vi-lirvi
has put off because of consideration
of the railroad situation. No engage
ment for the managers or employe -j
had been made early today but the!
managers' committee held themselves I
in readiness to go to ihj White House
when summoned. W. S. Carter, one cf j
the hrctheihcod heads, was in Xew j
York conferring with the general com- '
mittee of employes. A tentative pro
posal for trying out the eight-hour
day for six months was among the
suggestions under consideration. Fcr
First seenntv bb.uk
CEDAR CREEK, NEBR.
Sound, Conservative and Progressive
THE BANK OF THE PEOPLE
THE BANK BY THE PEOPLE
THE BANK FOR THE PEOPLE
We are anxious to assist tlie farmer in feeding and
handling his live stock for market
are protected by the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the
State of Nebraska, which has reached nearly 1,
000,000.00 It is back of ns and protects you!
WM. SCHNEIDER. President
W. N. LOHNES, Vice-President T. J. SHANAHAN, Vice-President
J. F. FOREMAN, Cashier
News that will be of Interest
in and near Cedar Creek
the t'me heir.? the situation was at
a deadlock, but administration offi
cials hoped that a irround work had
been established for luture r.egotia-
. . , . , , x 1 1
tions which mignt avert a general
Judge Wn. L. Chambers, commis
sioner of tlie federal hoard of media
tion and conciliation, was in com
munication this morning with the
whiic hou.se an J the representatives
uf the two sides and it was expected
the president might see the commit
tee of managers later today.
'ork. Auir. 10. The general
committee composed of 040 general
chairmen of the
local unions tf the
it railroad brotherhoods
t' lay instructions from
Washington before deciding whether
to ,,.u t v.'ashington
erer.ee v.;tn I'rcsiutr.i wn-
soi": and before deciding when to start
if the ?-- to the capital. Y H. Carter,
president of thr brothcihood of fire-
i. " t-'nee'
iv and was in
;pres;.e.:! as to
cor. ; e
'. nee with the
hvther it would be necessary for all
the members cf the committee to ro
to Washington, despite the desire of
Ik e- i icnt Wils; n to explain to the
chahmen anv sv.treetions vh:ch may
t be made by the committee of railroad
i it an, a vers tod
At the hotel where the union men
have their headquarters it was said
that any proposals tentatively accept
ed by tlie chiefs of the brothe; hoods
and. xheir committee of thirty now in
Waslrmrl on would be ratified without
protect by the chairmen of the loca1
ur ions, without whose approval no
ae"! cement would be effective.
Just befoie Mr. Carter went into
conference with the chairmen, he an
r euiiced that he expecte-i to return to
Wsu-h'.nvton late today with the ea-
ne;al i: mm:t;-.o, lie said that
the arranc-enu-pt.-: lu
two sr-ecial trains u
men to Wadiiavton.
1 been made for
carry the chair-
tLfiiib ink) htvili'dii!
liu tiitiliui tea i !i3r.i i
-Enrdand: mav not
domatic relate ns v;
after tiie end of the war ur.ti
air.' tnaKes lull reiaraiion tor
Mcaition i ap.uin r ly.-ii ana
r oatrrces. Premier Asqtiith in
timated in commons today.
Dor. t joriivt S. j. lieames w.ien you
are in need of paper napkins, paper
plaies, ice civ am dishes and all
of crepe poper.
We have uo.n' through our entire-
stock and have thrown upon the bar
gain counter all the short ends con
sis ting of wash goods, white goods.
towelin.gs, percales, ginghams, cur
tain scrims. embroideries, laces.
Many odd lots from which you can get
Odd lace curtains.
Our 21x42 Turkish towels are still
Our 81x00 sheets are sc'Ung fast at
the price of each S8c
We Vill Also Carry a Complete Line of Cakes and Pies of Our Own Baking!
"EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT"
Appropriation cf 315 Million Dollars
Completed By Congress.
L'nited Str.tes to Forge Ahead to Sec
ond Place Among (Ireat
Washington, Aug. 1G. Navy offi
cers had before them today the task
of carrying out the largest program
for building warships ever adopted
with a single appropriation by any
Although technically not completed,
the naval hill, carrying S3iri.S00.000,
had been approved in its main pro
visions by congress and was in the
hands of a conference committee only
to settle minor differences between
the house and
senate on navy yard
speedy disposition of
the remaining questions, the navy de
partment already had begun plans for
putting into effect provisions of the
big building policy and increased per
sonnel feature approved yesterday by
the house. The senate's building pro
gram was ratified by a vote of 2S3 to
"1, and the personnel increase by a
viva voce vote. Senate increases in
appropriations for navy yards were
disagreed and it was voted to send
the bill back to conference for deter
mination of these points.
Complete in Few Days.
Indications today were that the
conferees would reach an earlv acree-
rnr-nt nn ihf nnpstions still in dismite
and that the hill would he laid before
President Wilson for his approval in
a few days.
Increases written into the bill by
the senate and approved by the house
provide for the constructing of 157
war vessels within the next three
years and an enlisted strength of 74,-
IS YEARS OF
Finally Relieved by the Old Reli
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Traverse City. Mich. Mrs. J. W.
Edwards, of this town, says: "I suf
fered for about 18 years with liver
trouble, and doctored with many dif
ferent remedies. At last, 1 was toia
that an operation was the only thins
that would help me, but I heard of
Thedford's Black-Draught, and took
six 25-cent packages and it cured me.
can recommend it to all who suffer
from liver troubles.
I have influenced several oi my
neighbors to take Black-Draught
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I can safely say that I owe my life
to Elack-Draught. as it put me on my
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You know that you can depend upon
Black-Draught Liver Medicine for
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years, it has helped so many thou
sands of people, whose troubles were
similar to these.
Safe, gentle m action, and without
bad after-effects, Black-Draught is
sure to benefit both young and old.
Bold everywhere. 25c a package.
QUu j a ri w rt a
WE WILL HANDLE
Paid in Less Than 24 Hours
READ THESE TWO LETTERS:
They show the importance of Automobile Insur
ance and they give evidence of this company's prompt
ness in paying their losses.
Yutan, Neb., July 12. HHG.
Mr. Rees Wilkinson, Secy.,
Automobile Insurance Co., Lincoln, Neb.,
Please accept my thanks for your check for $1200.00 covering full
payment account of total loss of my 1010 Willys Knight touring car
that burned yesterday.
This settlement is made within twenty-four hours from the
time the car burned. I had heard that your company made quick set
tlements of their losses, but I am frank to admit that this is quicker
than I really expected.
I am indeed grateful for ihe promptness and courtesy shown in
this matter, and will take great pleasure in recommending yur Com
pany to my friends.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) BEX II. SCIIIILZ.
Cedar Creek, Xeb., July 12. 101 A.
Mr. Pees Wilkinson, Secy.,
Automobile Insurance Co., Lincoln, Xeb.
Dear Mr. Wilkinson:
Kindly accept my thanks for your check for 1300.00 in full set
tlement for the loss of my six cylinder Mitchell touring car, which
burned a few days ago.
The fact that you have settled this claim in full, without discount
or deduction of any kind, is indeed very gratifying to me, and the
prompt and courteous treatment received, impels me to write this let
ter in recognition of same.
Yours very truly,
(Sirnvd) JOHN GAITEP.
Our rates for one year and three year Policies are
lower than any other company writing Automobile In
surance. See rne at once before your car is burned or stolen.
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Acorn Cigars, Chewing Gum, Pop and Peanuts
FOR SALE ON THE GROUNDS
Agent, Piattsmouth, Neb.
JOURNAL. IT PAYS
The Brandeis Team is the
fastest in Omaha, and a real
exhibition of base ball may
be looked for.
Game Called at 3:00
the king during the week.
Costs only one cent a dose. kcb 4
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