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f-rO"DAT, MARCH 2, 1517.
PiATTS'IOUTn $Eri-WEEKLY JOTTKIiAL.
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German Forces Kstah!ish New De
fensive Line On Western Front.
"One Girl's Mistake" at the Parmele Theatre
Wednesday Evening-, March 2c th.
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Paris, March 23. The batch of ro
patrated French from the Sorame re
jrion who have arrived here nprree
that the Germans have established a
defensive run lin.3 running throuph
Cambrai, St. Quentln, Lafere and
Lean. One of the refugees said:
"For several months past the Gcr
mai.s have been concentrating in the
ntijrhborhood of this line, particularly
between St. (juentin, Cambrai ami
Guise. All civilians deported from
northern France and Ilcijrium were
force; to carry out military work
feverishly constructed. They were
compelled to labor under tenible
threats. The Germans constructed a
complete new system of railroads an !
dj: deep sh;-ll-proof shelters.
Localities r.outh of the lino were
systematically evacuated and the
greater number of the inhabitants of
the towns and several villages were
GREETS ?&W BysS!A;rrrtr?,c;,'lyrna:??r:'n rap;
a'iie oi wor;:inr ueir.fr ne::. -o:i" o.
the people in St. Quentin or Loan
wore repatriated, however. O:; the
contrary the Germans drew a cordon
around those towns and the n-.r.-t re
vere measures w; re taken in re-err.
months to prevent anyone from eith
er entering or leaving them.
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:oL-r;iu ( Via Lon-.ion), March 22.
l" ::!'( ! States is the tirst na
.', ; ivog-r.h:: ft-rinaiiy lh new
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hr.. -sr. ;;: Francis ir.t;le a pre-
c; "v coil this n'.omir.c on Fr
l' h Mini.-ter Milukof" immediately
on the receipt of instructions
h s::;te denartment ar Wash-
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..s t.'.M , i lie : uu i i iu tiicr iii.iai nim
:iihr.ry aLtache.;. lie went to the Ma
in; hy pah.e-j. wht-re the council cf
;r.i tors v.;s iis.-emblid. made the
rn;ai : ':'j nition and presented con
i atulaticns an.l felicitations on be
:.: :' f tlr:- United States.
'fiw military and naval attaches
r.c art d in full uniform, while Am-as.-ador
Frr.ncis :md the secretaries
, t . e afte: n -on riress.
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Over Hundred Injured in Disaster at
Town of New Albany
School, Factories and Houses Demol
ished at West Union, a Suburb.
New Albany, Jnd., March 12.? Le-
tween twenty-five and fifty persons
were killed and prohobaly a hundred
or mote wer' injured by a storm
which late today swept over New Al
bany, demolishing scores of residences
and sovc ral industrial plants.
Twenty-five bodies have been re
covered and it is expected this num
ber will be materially increased when
all the debris of wrecked buildings has
ben cleared away.
The lip-htinj? system for the resi
dence section of the city was put out
of commission by the storm and the
work of rescue is proceeding slowly.
The known dead are:
n: aples. :rcA fffry.
CI. A PENCE MOSS.
:-!?tS. CHARLES DAILEY.
MRS. WILLIAM HUFF.
MISS ELSIE LOPP.
.MISS MAY LOPP.
MRS. JOHN DIDELOT, a daughter,
1 i : a son, a
ROSE. HUFF. years old.
ZUJLCHNIDE, o. boy 1." years
NINE UNIDENTIFIED BODIES.
The Decrinp: baby, about i months
old, was found ilorrUnsJT in a small
stream into which it had been borne
by the wind. 7h; child was alive anil
Paris, March, U-'k A iolent at
tack was made by the Germans las-i
r.ie.ht north of St. Simon in ibe re-f-io!'.
of Haur. Today's was o.iice' an
nouncement savs the Germans .trained
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2rk The immo
.n American e."
ItiM.iiCO men to
h tie entente
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: f wealth v men in
( lu:n he: k in' Couch IN ir.edy
orite for Coids.
a Fa v.
to be rc. rr.
. ic:.:i ' '. d.
a!i fit the pi
r.i I' ::-battle-n
eh t ' i
f men in
on the western
will be made,
i.avt- these men
French and liri-
n cue1. us c;f
J. L. Fa -
of ( 'ho'r::- :
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C' Ids on the
t. it a r.un
firir.tr v.-i:h a
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raedv sa'. .
?Kn and vo ron wanced to take or-
s it has i i's ;n ine c
:ntrv foi- an article that
s favorite medicine for
lururs. I myself have
:- of times when suf-c-
1 and it alvvavs re
can be used in eveay house. An op
portunity to make SSO.OO to 100.00
i : nicnth. For' f urther imforma
tion address or call on G. W. Alex
ander u: Co., Piattsmouth, Neb. ?,-22-ltth.vkly.
fr Lincoln v dure si c
t!. d v with relatix es
Remember the Journal carries the
finest line of stationery in town, and
! can please all in this line cf poods.
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t -'j; K:'--v..i f-i-.t'0v:J ITTrrr5
rdAS M--l .i
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.-ome frrciund at tire
were immediately driven haci; as tar
as 1 !; raucou rt-Le( rande, th?ve miles
northeast of St. Simon.
The French continued to advance
north of Siossons. Fresh detach
ments crossed the Aiilette.
The statement says details which
had been received reaardinir the at
tack by the Germans on the Yreirny-C'rivre-
line show that they suffered
heavy losses. Two companies o"
French chausseurs, which were isolat
ed ft r a m .meat from the iomaindcr
of the t roups cul their way through
: rd h,rou'-:it hack prisoner.-.
c i . nai
had b-en killed
o a do;;, v. hich apparently
bv tlit storm. The
in the arr of its rescuer,
mat identified the baby end
of the storm
i i t .
are a ma-s of wreckage. An at-nea!
to t lie city a.uthorities of Louisville
'reaodnt a la,-fre nember of policemen
to aid in maintaining: order and all
available officers from tlao Indar.a
state reformatory at JefTersonvilie and
from the Jeffcronvil le ocdice forco
Despondency Due to Constipation.
Women aften become nervous and
despondent. When this is due to con
stipation it is easily corrected by tak
ing an occasional dose of Chambei
lain's Tablets. These tablets are easy
to take and pleasant in effect.
c. A. ca.l v.as made
Rovc-riior fur :t.rac tr-ops.
in the nloht ttlans for furn-
shin.ir relief to thc-re v.h.jse homes
had been destroyed were formed at a
mass mee tir.r where a larfre fund war
The wik of conveyir.o: the injured
to the only hospital here was ham
pered by fallen wires and uprooted
ti ees. The hospital was soon filled
and it became necessary to place lat
er arrival c in corridors.
HOP! 8 .50 m
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Insure your automobiles, steam en
frines. threshinfr outfits, farm stock,
city and farm property. Low rates on
all kinds of insurance. I am repre
senting two of the best companies in
the state. Call Phone No. 44G-W.
James Dvorak. G-G-2wd.
Guy W. M or. can and wife departed
this mornintr for Glcnwood where
they fro to attend the funeral of the
mother of Mr. Moreran. Mrs. E. S.
Rocard which was held in the Iowa
city this morn inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ramce and
daughter Edith were passengers to
Murray yesterday mornmjr where
they spent the day with their sons
Alvin and Fred, jr., and families.
F. J. Hild and family of the vicin
ity of Mynard motored to this city
Saturday afternoon to attend to some
business matters and visit relatives
and friends for a short time. Mr.
Hild was a pleasant caller at this cf-
Mrs. Adam Hild of near Mynar i,
L. H. Puis, of Murray and Fred
Hild departed this morning on the
early Ti trlincton train for Omaha
where they will visit for the day with
Mrs. Fred Hild at the hospital where
she is taking treatment.
A. J. Engrelkemeier and wife of
near Murray were in the city Satur
day for a few hours looking after
some trading and visiting with their
friends for a few hours.
Good furnished room for rent
heated reasonable. Phone 200.
Ardor and Assurance Mark Com
munications Received From Na
Political Prisoners in Petrograd Num
ber Nearlv Four Thousand
London, March 25 A Router dis
patch from Petrograd says there is an
excellent sign in the fact that the dis
patches which are beginning to ar
rive from the trenches from the de
putations sent thci-e in connection
with the revolutionary movement are
full of military ardor and assurances
that the country may rely upon its
''To conquer the foreign foe as in
ternal enemies have already been con
quered." Giand Duke Nicholas Nicholaevitch
l ao r.-ked permission to reside at Li-
Between 3,000 and 4,000 arrests
have boen made in Petrograd since
the first day of the revolution, the
dispatch adds, among the latest pris
rners being the wife of the former
Yv'ar Minister Soukhomlinoff.
"An eight hour day is being intro
duced in all the factories in Petro
grad and a central board of arbitra
Okas. Lohnmann, wife and child, of
Omaha came down Saturday after
noon to visit with the parents of Mrs.
I.ohnmanr, Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Sattler and familv.
From Friil.'ty's Fnily.
Attorney J. A. Capwell of Elniwood
was in the city today.
Ed S. Tutt of Murray came up Inst
evening and visited here for sever
al hours with friends.
J. C. Niday of near Union was in
the city yesterday afternoon looking
of er some business interests.
V. . Hamilton who has been look
ing after some business out in the
country, departed this afternoon for
his home in Omaha.
Attorney C. S. Aldrich of Elmwood
was in the city today for a few hours
locking after a few matters in the
probate court court in which he was
Don Rhoden, W. S. Scott and Will
Troop motored up this morning from
Murray and visited in this city with
their friend for a few hours, return
ing home shortly after noon.
J. W. Butt, county assessor of
Otoe county, was in the city today for
a few hours visiting with County As
sessor Farley and also with his old
friend, Henry Boeck and wife.
Dr. J. V. Brendel motored up this
afternoon from his home at Murray,
to meet his father, Dr. B. F. Brendel
who was returning home from Omaha
where he has been on some profes
ciartm i reuericn was a pasenger
f.r Omaha this morning where he
will call at the railroad offices to see
if it is possible to secure cars for the
.sh;nroe.nf of grain from the elevator
at Cedar Creek.
C. II. Yaliery who lias boon suffer
ing for some time" with a growth on
his neck departed this morning for
Omaha where he will take treatment
and was accompanied to that city
by his brother, T. W. Yallery.
Richard Chrisswisser of near Ne-
hawka was in the city today for a
few hours enroute to Omaha where
he goes to take treatment at the san
itarium in that city for rheumatism,
from which he has been a sufferer of
E. J. Meisinger and wife and babe
motored to this city from their
farm home west of town, yesterday
afternoon, to attend to some busi
ness matters and visit relatives and
friends for a short time. Mr. Mei
singer was a pleasant caller at this
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yolger and
George Yolger of Louisville motored
to this citv yesterday for a visit
with friends and to attend to some
imvorrunt business matters. While
o n e Mr. Henry Yolger called at this
office and ordered the Plattsmouth
Journal sent to his address in or
tier that he might be kept posted on
happenings throughout the county. -
Mrs. John D. McBride came down
this afternon for a short visit in this
city with relatives and friends.
L. A. Meisinger and wife were in
the city today for a few hours look
ing after the week end shopping.
W. G. Boedeker of the Murray
state bank was in the city for a few
hours today looking after a few mat
ters of business.
William Sporer and wife from near
Murray came up this morning en
route to Omaha where they go to
visit for the day.
John K rae.ee r came in this morning
for a visit for the day with his old
friends in the county seat and to look
after some trading.
A. B. Fornoff, of near Cullam, was
in the city for a few hours today vis
iting and looking after some trading
with the merchants.
John Livingston, who is now engag
ed in farming near Memphis, Nebras
ka, was in the city today visiting with
his relatives and friends.
Richard Chriswisser of near Ne-
hawka was among those going to
Omaha this morning to take treat
ment there for rheumatism.
Mark White and wife came up this
morning from their home at Rock
Bluffs to visit with friends and look
after the weed-end shopping.
Nicholas Halmes of Weeping Water
v.as in the city today for a few hours
looking after a few matters of busi
ness and calling on his friends .
John Lohnes, sr., drove in this
morning from his home to spend the
clay visiting with friends and enjoy
ing the sights of the county seat.
Zach Shrader, one of the substan
tial farmers of the county, was in the
city today for a few hours visiting
with his friends in the county seat.
T. W. Yallery was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where he
goes to spend the day with his broth
er, C. H. Yallery at the hospital in
that city, where he is taking treat
ment for a growth on his throat.
Charles Englekemier of Murray
was among those going to Omaha
this morning to spend a few hours
in that city with his wife at the hos
pital and if possible will bring her
win m&im. i lM m a....'.' ?i i r"wiwwU lyw g
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the limes n
VOUR demands today arc greater
j. than ever you may not cclmcw
lede it but it is a fact. The same
inexpensive home is
formerly, but you went the feiest im
provements end you pay the price.
1 he inexpensive five cent cJrar is just
as plentiful ?.s ever but you're doubt
less smoking the CJe
The same conditions maintain with a
hundred other requirements. Then
why net appropriate a small proportion
to your shoes where you'll get cctucl
returns for any investment.
Permit yourself to he educated lo wear good
shoes, the same as you have acquired a
taste for other good things and you'll never
wear ordinary shoes again.
Buy good shoes it's economy. In The
Florsheim Shoe which we sell, ycu get the
very best materials and v.-orkrnanshlp you
get perfect fit and ccrrecr slyle horn ihe
first to the last day's wear you get satis
faction that an ordinary shoe car.net s"e.
More men ar3 r.c-wr buying, shces hy
quality and not by price. If you ever
wear &ood shoes, you'll never buy
ordinary ones aain.
back home as she is progressing
Henry Horn of Cedar Creek came
down to this city yesterday afternoon
to attend to some business matters and
then departed for Creighton, Neb.,
where he will visit his brother, J .J.
Horn and family and Plainview, Neb.,
where he will visit his son George W.
Horn and family.
THRILL AFTER THRILL
Mis. ILi Tritsch and sun Llnur.
departed this morning fr Omah.i
where the young man is having hU
eyes treated. They were accompan
ied by i'vliis Mary Wehrbcin.
At the Tarmlee Theatre Wednes
day night the great white slave play
'One Girl's Mistake" a story of a
little girl who tries to go straight
will he the attraction. This is posi
tively the most heart-gripping,
pulse-moving, dramatic play that
could be crowded into two hours to
produce it. It has a punch from the
one wants to get up and holler. It
is a play every mother, every
young girl should see, it's a sermon
Remember, Wednesday night, March
12S0 acres in Loup County, all
fenced and cross fenced. Frame
house, 4 rooms, barn for eight head
and a cattle shed, well and windmill,
cement silo, 100,. acres in cultivation,
balance good grass land. Price
$8,000, will take ?3000 Flattsmouth
Have several house buyers. List
your place with A. J. Trility.
Dr. Eleick,.eye, ear, rse n7J throat
specialist, will be at McElwain's Jew
elry store eyery Tuesday. Eye-glasses
scientifically fitted. Omaha address
53T, World-Herald Building, r.--tfd.
J. W. Gamble, president of the
Standard Stock Food compar y of
Omaha was in the city yesterday for
a few hours visiting with friends and
enjoying a brief outing.
I JOHFI P. SATTLER,
South Sixth St., Plattsmouth
Call answered any hour
Thelephone 137 and
Residence No. 29
Picture Framtng and All
Kinds of Repair Work
We Have Full Stock
First Class Machine Vork!
Bring your cars in and have them looked
over before Spring. The best of mechanics
to look after your needs.
Second Hand Cars for Sale!
5 10 ia
ALSO AUTO LIVERY
Garage Phone 394 Residence Phone 229
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