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I'OSDAY. AUGUST 27. 1917,
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
"SEE HOW SHE ANSWERS r.
"It's the good Red Crown in
the tank that does it."
Your engine picks up eagerly
pulls smoothly when throt
tled down. Look for the Red
Polarine Oil stops power leaks.
r 1 . f - :. xii- i..w
fe at ail times. t st? .--j
SjJv- ?, rv?. ' t' - A -J? a
r ' -'V i? i - f :" Vi -V i i j.
Well, what are we going to do
about Labor day? Have a ball g:an
and call it done with? Other towns;
celebrate the occasion in a becoming
manner, and why not Plattsmouth ?
This day is set aside for the laborer,
and we are all laborers, it matters'
not whether we labor with our mus
cles or with our minds, or a combi
nation of the two. In fact the lat
ter class catches most of us. And
when a day has been set apart for
the observance of the promotion of
the best interests of labor, we all
should try at d get together and see
what we can do for the benefit, of
11 kinds of labor. A strong pull, a
lens pull, and above all a pull to
gether makes a proposition lighter.
Why cannot we get up a program
vhich will be fitting to the occasion?
The arranzements should be made
it once. Who will make a motion to
appoint :x committee with power and
i disposition to make Labor day a
real success in Plattsmouth?
IN EISTFJCT CGUIil.
SELLS BUSINESS HEKZ.
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A . i! avti.-M v. u'.vli no I u
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1: rc'ir-fy . a : i:-r: t it :e .-.:i--c. ; : i.
v. ! ; h K." v. ;r.; V. TLi.M-a:
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IV: or tlalu'tr vvr tor r. ;-'.iry
i-: ::: :. ut : uno.' '. k a!;i ia v
j- ' ur.v-ai as
: i.i ; i'U-iiu' - i..-r.' to Mr
.iiv'..I. v.I.o cor d acts tin
; lu ;. k-v. ili': couth sulo of Mai
M:. a:; tifiii :11 ;:u,rt'y re-
.1 a ! -i.ve i::.- I:;---, -"ou to t';- :te,v. Irisi-
-ier-d. a: ia;; ! -.. .: v.'i-t-re Mr. ..-;v.eU ha
u.-. I . n i .: in ir.g ; ' e l.iiacv.?. c-.n
i: , . '... '! -at -. ..1.-,l to t .. ! ii, t ri.-r I .1-. . i: :
an; :i"l i" ;.'iO".it
I-Liii a-.mh'd to ll-
ic.i.rt y th: d'.feii-laat. iVtcr (Ja-.e-
a v i 1 v i
! !- a 1 t'..r
r.. tic t v.-o lines ana enlurg-
n er;ra.-c-l In li'i'io .; here far
.. 1:- i- -1 i.rn'J."i h 5 ti -:t f n
. liv;rc-.- f r:u! J:i- v.-'i'--, r 1 l ;. a: !. -. h'.-!v- ;:l-vl bu. i:ie-.-:. in a:;
. t .'!. in 1 1- r roar.di- .-f :' re'r.r . i-.i vo :,r-..l:-,t he will in.-tt with
cr-N'!;y ar..I thf-at-'iiirig :.- me. . ; r'ac-c i t. m r.evv vt-nlure.
--!Mva :-tate. ;h.;! they w are i.iiit;
5! r'-.;T:.a.'-,' May ;;!;. 1 In..:, a;,
luive fi..- niir.c r i h;ld: an.
EUSniLSS AT IsEBHASICA city.
l-r.!?i J't i.'. i vV t a i'.y.
":l!it Tim'.' ". .'.;,) is ii'!i-ri'.i': iri
.if.'.:-.; ia I'.is own ac- Mint r.t Ne
1 k:i City, a;' t a ipi.".; r ' f the
Ovi-"hrt! a :!.' at thai vlace. has
a t-.ir? hia . Hul here in his w
r-I.u-e -'i i-u-ia s - ae.i will ake daw n
?:c:;ic at wezpii:g wateh.
W . i' rday thare was a larae i nn. il
v.Avd ih-' Fraieiiai! i'io-iie hel.l a!
: --idav Wa'er, and at which ('. A.
lh., Is (i thi city ra.ade the prin"i-I-al
ad'Ire-a The picnic included all
the fraternal societies and a lari
nuh'.ivr are rcy. relented at v.'V-aiap
i;t-.r. T'-e Wepli.g Water band fur-
'h ' i" :.'-.(l 1 1ir fes vlLif.t.
fi-a'-; her car vhUh he ; :: her-' M:i.,v-a: ' up w i: 'i a in which a
;-iii-"!!i'M. ? Jr. "i'ower sure hao..:' lart:' :.:!..: r ? t he youiur ptoyde
I !!, : ; r-... : si : a
he a.as'e tar the ball.
aisi: ia al! ;:v ; r.a: T; ' ! ;
J. S. KIGLLY IIIPSOVING.
lie- ; ad i well (;;! iped to care ler , :arai
-. h-'i ia which. !:" is iei-; a rK - '
iea. V.'e art' j-'.aa -ed " "" hin: a -.-t
i : v into b:i!m-: .-' 1" Xebr... ka t'itv
ara lot l i n:-:i ia- : iht .o ir.'i e i-: t i ' - - ji...
; J-.diU ii.'.eh.ar'i-on. a step-; on ot Mr.
ii ! i.ai:. i , . . ,
j;. iiiauy v. as r.t tne .ietno-
, ;d:si la- 'eital wh.ere .Mr. lligley is re-
'.i-a ii. - . i t ii uiiv iii , a u . -i 1 1 w i .v
Mr. C. Tyh r a a
I l-,ri"- - ll'r ,,:!ia!Ui- l" ,inys aao he was op-rated upon for
ai ell p.at U1C an ,o ae.ea..aa-. u..j,,,, ,ronM-. and fS he IS' illl
nil,. n t'l" e -'h' ' r Mr. I r s
, an-. ,l..;n'- tairlv well. Mr.
-i I Mr.- '
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!.:;.". o; thaa' -a. to I;er lioai
11 iiai. t lUai-a"
the: . ahe has been i--i:rg at the
home of her irraudpa'-t ats here.
Obey the Law. Order your O.-good
Lens. I'lattsmouth Garage. All sizes.
friend- who have been solicitous re
eard.r ; hi; condit ion. saying he ap
arer'aits very much their feeling of
iar Miners. It i- not eNpeetod that
. - will he : hie to ledc the hospital
;'or ica.e time.
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You keep your car for your comfort avoid th trouble and expense
of a friction-crippled motor by using
THE STANDARD OH- FOSILL MOTOR3
Holds its body at any cylinder heat or engine speed. Ends carboni
zatirn, overheating, and scored cylinders. Every drop pure.
Look for the Polarine 'pn it stands for a reliable dealer who will give yea
what you ask for. ,Ue Red Crown Gasoline, the power-full motor fuei.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
LABOR DAY SOON HEKE.
Berliner s Will
as r ties in
llATHmOlAL MARKET GOOD.
From Friday's Iaily.
James Xeil?on. 'of Mianeapjlis,
Minn., slipped down herv yesterday
md in broad daylight tiecured a li-
.ense to wed Tdiss Katherine Ic-
.Jonald. and Miss McDonald being
lloag they v. ere married by the ar
able jiiuge and away they went ar.d
v i 1 1 ai'.iprite their friends when they
;et hoiiie. Besides this couple there
.vere t'no following who applied for
md obtained permits to marry: liow
lrd L. Ankeny, aged 2G, of Lincoln
o marry Miss Abbie L. Judkins. age
lo. o: Xehawka. Then came Ceorge
Villiam Xelwon. of tJrecnwood, a..k-
ng liberty to wed ?diss Emma Uaur
rs of the rarae town, and they wer.
oih 2 4 years of age. Francisco Ko
niiu-z, asred 22 wai-ttd a wife, and
;ent a letter asking permission
ake unto himself a life partner. Miss
iuaueta Ventura, aged 2-". The lat
ter couple live at Elmwood. All the
.-etiuests were granted and tlie var
e-us pa.rties concerned seemed to be
rOY EIDESG IN A FORD.
'"rc-ir. Friday's Dailv.
(t:o Muchellette. who fortnerl:
lived in i'lattsmouth. but who left
lore about twelve Years ago. crime in
.esierday afternoon in his i-'orI car
.::! is visiiiag with, hi:? parents, Mr
:nd Mrs. Win. Muekcllotte, of th's
ity. He is accompanied by
wife and three children, Wayne, Al
ce and Carl. They departed, this af
moon for Auburn, where they will
visit over Svmdav at the home of
Mrs. Muchellotte's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. E;ail 1'orter. When Otto vent
;v.ay he was a boy and now he re
n-n- marrie I and with a f.irai'y. lie
ports things looking well at hi.
nrae. Venus, Nebraska, where he is
ngaged in farming and stock rais-
';:g at which he is succeeding very
RETURNS FROM LONG VISIT.
Fiom Friday's Iaily
Miss Alma Waterman, who has fir
'he past two months been a guest at
'.he home of her sister, Mrs. Ida
Wagner, at Detroit, Mich., and also
it the home of Mr. Chester Warner
md wife, the latter being a nephew
;f Miss Waterman's, returned home
vesterday afternoon. Miss Water
man tells of Detroit being a great
'easiness place, and that her nephew
Earl Wagner, as lie is known, is an
employee of the Ford Motor com
puny there. His business is the tak
ing of photographs for the illustrat
ing of the many advertising publi
rations which are issued bv the Ford
Mofr company. Mr. Wagner ha
with him five assistants and receives
-even dollars per day for his work
HERE FROM HAMBURG.
Escaped Prisoner Teils of Ei3er.se,
Starvation and Vice, Which is
Sweeping Over the
Chicago, Aug. Shot through
the arm nine wee its ago. escaping
across the Holland border from Ger
many, tiller being a prisoner o: war
f'jr more than two years, Joseph ilehr
2,'J years old, is in Chicago. He ap
peared before the federal authorities
at the postothco and asked how he
could get into the United States
lie was examined by the recruiting
officers and turned djwn. About half
of his teeth are mis.-: in jr. the -Ot-
pounds that he v. eiuhed at L'l, are
d.runl: to lot) and his stomach "has
not got used to food yet," he says.
He fled from Ilerlir. in April and
says that conditions were fright fill
there at that time.
Short cl" Food.
From Friday's Daily.
James. Andrews, who is located at
Hamburg, Iowa, in the garage busi
ness, went to Omaha yejturuay with
car lor repairs, and thought to see
his brother. Will, who wrs operated
upon at the Immanuel hospital for
appendicitis. James did not knew at
v.h'uh hospital his brother was, and
teh phe'iod to several but did not lo
cate him, .-o eiecided to run down to
Piatt. mouth ;rnd find out from his
folks here. On arriving here he
tmna our that they had not re-
turned noiii'1 lrom Omaha last even
ing, so t'ailiug to find ernt he departed
for Omaha again this morning. At
the liurlir.g'on station this morning
he met the folks and found out his
!-.ol-.-T- v. ;it h r. Tin rr ii ii hp 1 l.Mn-
eltal. where he hoped to be able to
see him tins morning rietore having
to depart for his home a": Hamburg.
"If this is a coll v.ints
ple in Germany will die like flies.
TAKE VACATION THIS WEEK.
From Friday's Daily.
Mr. and Mrs. Clautie C. Smith de
parted yesterday afternoon for Wa
hoo, where they will take up the
time of Mr. Smith's vacation visit
ing. Mr. Edwin Fricke will have to
depart for Ft. Snelling on Saturday,
where he will go into training as an
officer of the army, and the matter
coming so quick causes Mr. Smith to
hurry to get in his vacation in time
for Edwin to get away, so Mrs. Smith
was pressed into service $o assL-t him
in enjoying the few days he will be
able to get away from business.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hasting;;, or
Council Muffs, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Mason, late of Wis
consin, were in the city for a few
hours yesterday visiting at the Lcrae
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rawls. Mrs.
Mason is the daughter of air. and
Mrs. Hastings. Mr. Hastings being
an old friend of the Journal man at
the time we resided in Silver City,
Iowa, we were greatly pleased with
the brief visit made at our office dur
ing the afternoon.
ir mi! v
When I left the
h:1 naid and then
they will anyway.
government wa-i g'v!:g each person
i half pound of be;-!' and a half pound
af horse meat a week, according ;o
;he food, cards. Dv.i of! en even that
wasn't to be had.
"The food cards showed each per
son got three pounds of poi aloes a
.veck. I he truth is taey got potatoes
for one week .and then went fc r two
weeks without. Two and a half
pounds of bread was allowed a week,
a 'juarter pound t,f "ole " -b ter
wasn't to be had ai I one pound of
marmalade every lift eon days.
Grind Up Eones.
"Often sausaue was substituted fo
meat and the bor.es were ground up
ia the sausage. Th? only fats to 1
had are cattle fats, there being no
fats of anv kin i
ar.Iy for millionaires. I've heard that
; two-pound bird is worth $7.". Each
fifteen days a pers..;i gets t hree-quar
'.T.--. oi -i T.oiMol ( I sOL-.-ir .-'lid toe e.t-
fifteen days a half pound and so on
"M ral conditio;:.-? are wretched.
l ne ka'ser gives a :; reward lor
every boy baby born arid the ma
nar" law is forgotten. I'ernn u-
tilled with crippies and you 11 see
hundreds of wemaen to every physical
ly sen: n d man. Women become mad
iy jealou.i over the men. Girls con
sider it an honor to have a male :
legitimate caild. Men live first in
ne hemse and then another."
Bom in Poland.
Ilehr is a Jew. born in Ku-sia:
Poland. When the war started h,
attached himself to the Hessian He'
Cross. He had lived in the United
btates lour years, and was home em
a visit to his fa' her and mother, wl
we re well to elo.
"If t-hev are alive todav, thev arc
living in a hole in the ground." ho
said. After his Cloture by the Ger
mans at Pokolow, r.inofy miles fron
Warsaw, he was taken te Siettin
Germany, with lea others, locked in
cars like cattle ami put to weirk in
an aute factory.
"Many of the party died of ill
treatment, starvation and eiverweirk,'
he said. "At t lie end of six months
only forty-two were left eiut of the
104. Some were taken to hospitals.
We heard that '.hey died. The story
got around that they were poisoned
I don't know.
"Germany is teeming with elisea.'-e
and I have seen cholera ejtiaranti nes
with soldiers tin guard to shut edT the
Farewell to the
in Friday's Daily.
District Judge I.
last evening for I'apillion where he
is to give the leading address at the
farewell ceremonies v hich. l ave been
arranged for the boys of Sarpy coun
ty who have enlisted in the army."
The above is a news item which
appeared in yesterday's Journal. It
would have been doubly nice, if the
.-:a::: e could have been said truly e.-f
the i;ovs who have already gone to
:"ne service fre-ai this county. 1'latts
;: :::;:. yes this town, wiiii its boast
ed ic-c.grerc-ive spirit, had the oppor-
: unity to have given its boy-, and ay
the boy.; of Cass county who have
rv.it t .l'dr profitable avocations, who
have "Yer'd the ties which bound
em to ki udrr 1.
to iri'tnus. anu to
sweethearts, and who have gone to
he defense of their country, a royal
aoo-lbve. but thev did not. and we
lure not beard thai they expect to
up to the time of going to press.
Now there is another large bunch
of the 'Mower of young manhood of
Cass count v' soon to be sent away to
canionmeut camp- tor training, some
f w will doubtless never re
'rrn, while o;he-rs may come back
w ear.ded. but we hop? the lar.;er
pi rt at lea-t will cor e back cafe
.a-.i -our;:, as when they depart.
It look:; like the citizens through
some organization (the commercial
I f) if- the" tie-dro: something else
Known To The Nation As The Sensible Six
$945 F. O. B. FACTORY.
Possesses important feature of design which are found
also in those higher priced cars as embodying the very
latest and best engineering practices. These superior
features, which for two years have distinguished the
Oakland Six as a car of unusually advanced design, and
which are now employed in the latest models of many
of the mere costly cars, not to be found in their entirety,
in any of the other cars in the Oakland price-class. As
a result, the Oakland Sensible Six, in the estimation of
the buying public, is raised above the plane of its price,
and naturally is compared to and competes with cars of
considerable higher price than its own.
and Mo Oosnpan;
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in Tin-: iiiTKU"r cm ht or thij-
Cut .T OI-" C.Vo.i. M:il!tSK V.
Wiliiain r. Dnijri:ty. l 'iaint i !V
Saluh .1. Iult1:Iv, 1 . f cinl:i n t .
olit- ii a a for Iliir--.
T. C- iKteiid; at. Siiar- .1. -al. t :
Vi.-i jn-f l:fr-!n- re'iiii'd tieit 'M the
itU i ".ay f May. IfMT. phiiiitifi' lio-vi bis
; liii"a in i . District '"utt :' e'a.-s
itenty. Xel.vaka. 1 1 olee-t wre.l
' i f wliidi is to s,-t asii!.- th" bon!s
1" miitiim :iy now -xistintr l-OW'-t-n
iiOUt :ina m i i iiila n t. an. I ti.at J'.ai'i-
;ni)!:it oi' m:m; wo mitici:
i i-' 1'iiom u: or wiix.
5:nti' of Nte.raskui
:i!ii:ty of diss i ss:
lis ti e C unte Coai L of Ca.-s e'oanty,
To al! j.ersor.s- iio. rest'.l ia Co
'0-' f V-ln.--:-i.t V. I..- it ; I i . ii'-n':i.-i'il:
On rcatiirr-r l'- ict:tln!i f l:os;, ,.
I.ci::..ii oia; ie.-r ti.a! ll-- i a.-t ii.ao M
in lids i-i'-iit on t!,.- :: day !"
July, 1''17. :"id jiurporlr.ir l" l-o II '
lM vi'i a!il t I h no n t !' l!" said O. -fit
sod, may l': j.'ioo-l an! al'.ou,il.
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a. fM.alai,.- U, the premises. l.VAl.. !t. J.-l.:lnU.tl to Ko.-a A. l.e.o.atd
Tins notae is made imrsuant to tee ( s ,..4....; ,rix
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r im tr.e i-i.;irt.
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:" ail of which you will take due j u .
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Dated tliif 1th dav of -'-est. i:17.
V. U.I. 1AM S. I ( tt ii'l V.
v. A. i:.d: i-.in .s.
: i'"-sv I v. -tty. i"or I'laintilT.
ii:i(a i. i n r..
S I ve.-tr-r T. Sit'.-v arid uiikr.invn
la ima r.t s whose real naraes are iin
Known to t!.- sou t l:-:i si on -f ' r 1 h of
Section -. Township 11. liantf" 30 10a?t,
e'ass eio;:ity, N" i raska. :et'i tueirts. will
tsike notice that on the 17th lay of
L is- here .y onleied that ytoi and : !!
PllltllT. 1)1.1 ,
t the County Court l'
t-e held i-i aivd for s;;id ounty. on t1--
da.e if i.li-r.ilii-r, A. 1 . 1!!., at
u o", J..i k a. in., to show ean.- -. it anc
tht i e he. v. hy li .- i ray.-r of Uu- pet 1
ti hit .--hoiild not ! -ra:;te.l aioi t hat
rot iee of lhe :.'! ,.!-. i " of" petit loll
a ad ti.i.i t!'e i.i.ai"i:.: t' t--..f l.o j;:y. n
j ail persons i :: t -r-s I .1 in said iu.it-
l .er h" ptihlisi-.i'ij; a copy of t ::s e-.it r
in tie . ',a 1 1.. -eoiit e .P-niiia:, a .-mi--
.' i:iy newspaper print. -d ia sael eui
" '.or t hi .-e yin -.i-ssiw .-, e,ks prior ft
?r.:d i:i" oi hcarinc
Witness in . hand, and s. al of sai l
court, this 1st dav of August A. 1 .
ali.i:x .i. us: i n.
(f(-:i!i Coi::;ty Judf-'e.
aid take str-is i'li-
:n diately to tender some kind of a
Tarewell ivr thee boyr.. thct will at
'ea.-t .shove n:ne anpreciatinn of the
acrli!cr tlii-y are makins" for the
; :ul cl" the country, ami which those
who t!o not have to .to shall enjoy,
he? rpiiartntly elo not appreciate.
Fora united, rpee.'y action in thi.?
::i.nter is jrreatly nee!e'il.
SLITS ONE OVER ON FFJEIJDS.
Obey the Law. Order your Osgood
Lens. Plattsmouth Garage. All sizes.
Sonic few elay; a;ro the Journal
made nientiem eT Hertuan P (hiire
mer taking his little son to Omaha
for the treatment eif a broken arm,
ami placing him in a hospital in
that eity. The Journal reporter stat
ed in his article that the member was
not correct iy set at the time of the
accident, which is the erroneous sec
tion of the report. According to the
examination of the local physician,
lostdher with an X-ray examination
nude by Dr. J. S. Livingston iu this
city and ore by the rpecialist at the
hojpital, the n: sinter was eorrecliy
replaced and was doing nicely at
the time of the second injury, which
was located 'near the first break. Thi3
is simply an error that f omet irr.es
ereep;5 into newspaper columns thru
the careleja and eager dr-rdrc for r.e.v.:;
on tho part of the informant and the
reporter on the pa nor, and not to in
jure any one in the lea;t.
i-'i f'm Friday'.-, Paiiv.
On Jniy l-Itli E'jpene Prady and
Miss Kllen Lcyela. while in Omaha,
e ynred a marriage license, and were
united in inarr:ace by the Rev. 15.
II. Yenderlii ;e, of the United Prc
hyterian tlmrch of that city. They
!!:'i;i,;!!t they would have one on
' 1 . e : r friends and diel not say ar.y-thi-.i:,
about the marriage on their
return, koeping t!i matter secret t:n
il alont a week age when they first
made: known the facts to their re
; active families, and which was a
meat surprise to their. Last even
ing the recently wedeled pair ele
perted fer Omaha, from whence
they went to Kansas City, and from
there to Norhorne, ?.Io.. where Mr.
Urady has some fedks. They will be
rjono about a week. Mr. antl Mrs.
Hra-ly are well' known here and have
a host of friends who will join with
'lie Journal in wishing them a joy-
oj'3 journey through Jiio.
Anyrii t, 1IM7. Alhert Z. Lake, puntiiTi
her. in. l:!e, his petitii.T, in the J'istriet -iU)i:it OI' HKMMMi I M) MeilfJ
o-,;! t of Cass eountv. Neleasl.n. against or I'lhMtl'li; or Will.
fi-..l:i..i t .'.i:-i-t ii :i 1 iii-.iv
. . ..." . . 1 i i i j m -.. T.i l-.-T - . . .--- e t I; e i-l t 1
from and -rii. t the iu!- t.. tie soo t h - ;
ea.-t o-iart-r is. 1-1. ction tw'r:tv- j
live !'-". Towrishin .levin till. J tn nvrc i ' ; ,,
ten i 1 " ' lhisl. Cass eoiinty, elr;jsk3.
and ihut the ii.f.ndants he i n...i n.-d
i ho:n claiming any interest in said
Yon ai-- mired to answer said pe
tition on or before the 1st day of Oc
.Li:i:r:T i:. t.vki:.
Ky: T. S .M.hli.v.
i:iii!y Co".. rt i'i Ctis i-.u..t
hi :-.: k:i. e'e.mt y of e-.i:
Mi'rici-: ri "i:i:nii ims
f J. 1 it li- j
Ti-t Slate of Nebraska-!
'ass e "o a n 1 ;.- ss :
lit J he m:iiI 4 nrt.
I -l tie- .Niarei- -f tie l-Isi
.- M.-is-n-j. r. I . e.--,ed.
'!" u.e C: -.! to-.-s of Said lis";..;.':
V. a ere here y r:- tiii.i th.U ? viil i
sit at the County Co.iit !;nn:;i in Pie. .ts-
iron 1 1., in .-.'.el t-";: i",, on t!,,- :Jn; oa
f S.-ri.-!i:!ii r, 1!'7, and u tin- l!"r.I j ,
T- a!! j-.-.-s-ois i::te;. ;..! in t'-- , .
tale o" A'.-ry !". W- !: . I . as. e:
Mi r. i.iinie the p.-t:;..n ni Ci al ! -
l.ln it" ' t J ill"" t .: I the il-SS f'-!l. : !
:i .-.1 in ii on I !. . J;,.! .hi v .-;
x:.:-n. 1 1 7 . : - i . 1 ii ;p. o ! : n -.: ! he t I
last vi!! ai;il te.-ia.n.-i'.t . "." l;.. sai.l
. i.;; he proved an I aii"..,;,
a:i.l ;e,,ir'.e.l a.s the !: t w i i 1 and
:.l!!elil tf --hirv i"'. -'i-!i. ! e -.!. ;
t1:::! said i a -1 i n n:.-n t he admin, d !
J rohate. and the a de: : n i ! r a ' i ; of
said .-late I e granted l '!.nr'- I.i'- -
1 .Tl. as ee. liter: It is !,.!,-( orii.-r. d
t: :it oe. a::-.i .dl p. is..-.. , .1 i.i
said 'in; iter. reav. ami :. aip. ai a; l!
C'.'iiity Cm l lo ho held mi aid !"
said .-:ntv. on i ! .. th ."a v of s"-p-::;!
1-4-r, A. I .. 1 : ! 7. al ' o", io.-k a in..
v canyc, if any t! err I -. iv :
i ver .-f l'e )..- i : oi r sh-odd :ei
he piai led. ;:l-l that nVIo- of I! e p.
.'ef:' -v of said pet'tio.. an.", ih.it t i,
;. .rtr.c t'.- ! of '. Ki en to :: u ;.rso;.
:;:!e.-et, .: mrf. r 1 .v ,...! i - . -
I eopv o- this (o-.i.-r in tl,.. I I . i T I - -
i . .- r m , i , i.. i , ...... i i- J 1..H1 i 1. 1 i . a i.v n v. 1 - a : i. r
;;;,.rIM.:: ,! & i T ;.;..,., i..,- v,r' si,
id .vi" -ill , i.,:v. --r. -: ,t I i'o.-j.- v.teks pier to sanl day .
' j he;
and examine all la i ins ;:i:a:ast a
,et .;.t ,ii..,,. 'I-:,.. ,,'i.-. oiiess nv I and., and s.al of sad
. : for tl.e ,.,w.;,i,,(,,, oV e'!.-,OnV':'rt t!lS --J1! ''" ui -.-USt, A. i ...
nerainst said Ksdate is six months from j
lhe -.1st day of September. A. 1 .. iyi7.
and the ume limited for payment of
debts is one vein- f i oni said Jlsl d;:v
of August. 1H17.
Wifuss t:!y i.an.l and the s.al of
said Countv C-mrt. this 'J. '. .- t ia of
A i: ires'. P.il7.
ALLlhX .1. l'.KKSOX.
Sra! County Ju'lja-.
John Lusche, of near Cedar Creek,
moiored to thit city Saturday after
r.oon te) attenel to some business mat-
i.li:n .i. kki:s.
'u:ity .1 ud
WILL ANDREWS IrOING NICELY.
Will. Andrewr, v !i i as ojiera'el
upon at the Iannaiiuol hspi:al at
Dmaha day before ye.;terday, is re
ported as getting along nicely. Ki
mother returned frein !is -dsid
this morning and said that he was
ters and visit friends for a short i getting along real well, thou :!i h
time. Mr. IUische was a plearant
caller at this oflice and while here
had his subscription extended for an
either year. j
had been ratlier sick a poriiem t f
the time since the operation.
Subscribe for the Journal.
IE. G. S. BARGER.
Dr. T'. W. Cook ha.s disposed eif
his practice anel eifllce to Dr. J. S.
I'.r.rger, of Raymond. Illinois, who
comeu we'll recomnientled and has had
twenty years of successful practice.
Dr. Harper will be here to take up
his practice about September first.
SEASON IS HOW ON!
We are prepared to take
care of meat and grocery or
ders. Just call us up and let
us know what time you want
it and will have your order
ready for you. Don't forget
ins for the past season with Clleujtllis is 'Your - Market and
Perry, on the farm south of riatu-; p v ji
- nut h V nr T-.ir'l Til" fr nfrod otirl i
v.-ill return to toven. where hs "Rill
probably engpga with the Eurlias-
Sam D;;:n, who has been work-
t r ti
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Wc handle a complete line of Auto Supplies and
Our competent Ford Mechanics insure prompt repairs!
WELDING A SPECIALTY!
On July 1st all cars must be equipped with headlight lenses
which will conform to the new law. W c sell
The Best In the Market!
Wc Will Take In Your Old Ford Car On a New One
We Will Pay You Spot Cash For Used l ords
Come in and give us your order fora
New Ford Before the Price Goes Up.
T. H. Pollock Auto Ooc?
FORD Authorized Sales and Service, 6th St , PiatUmcmth. Nth
Office Telephone No. 1. Shop Telephone No. SS.
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