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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1918.
New Blouses for the Fourth! g
'( tSw jsome business today in the city, rora
J ling from Elmwood in his car.
RECEIVES SEVERE BURNS.
Mis T.elin fluff nf LmilsVillf. wnslrrom Friday's Dally.
l nis morning wnue trying ut a
Beautiful attractive Georgette Crepe
Blouses, newest models, hand embroidered in
beads and silk each style individual and "different." We make a special effort to
have our waists of finest quality Georgette and of the highest grade workmanship
resulting in purchases sure to please the most critical.
Here also you will find attractive voile and organdie waists, giving you the maximum
in value for the minimum in price the same care as to workmanship and quality
guiding our purchases.
visiting In the city loday, being
the guest of Miss Catherine Gorder
Lyle JIalton of near Elmwood was
ft vIcltnT Iti tVtia tliia tvi rrT I n
having some matters in the district
box of powder, Edward McBride, at
the home of his grand father C. Ty
ler, south of the city, threw a light-
led match into a box ot nowder, with
the results that the clash covered
him with flame burning one side ot
Mrs. Henry Alt of Louisville was hls face and one arm and shoulder
a visitor in this city this morning, badly. One eye was so badly burn-
coming to look after some business led that it. was thought for a time
'or the day.
joe uonzaies ana wire from near
Elmwood were in the city this morn
ing being witnesses in a case in the
that the sight might have been in
jured. He was brought to the city
and the injury was dressed by Dr.
Leopold, and the patient is doing
nicely. There is considerable pain,
NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS!
Our store will be closed all day Thursday July 4 th.
Please bear this in mind and place your 4th of July orders for
Robert Will 'and wife from near but the tloctor thinks he will be able
Elmwood were in the citv thi? morn- H save l)0tn ,ne eyea-
Suggestions for the Fourth
ing coming to attend some matters
in the district court.
Miss Prohaska departed last even
ing for Wahoo, where she will visit.
at the same place, being a sisrr of
the boys and Miss Rose.
Miss Cora Sawyer of South Rend
RETURNING TO THFIR HOME.
From Friday's Daily.
August Mumm, wife and three
children, Helen, Hazel and- Margaret
who have been visiting here for the
past week, from their home at Mis-
arrived in the city today from her KOiila, Montana, today departed for
home and is visiting at the home of their home in the west and stepped
Fresh Wax Beans,
Small New Celery,
California Black Cherries,
CALL PHONES 53 AND 54-
H. M. SOENNICHSEN-
From Saturday's Daily.
S. L. Furlong was in this mo-ning
from his home at Rock Bluffs and
was looking after some business in
Charles Wolfe from south of Rock
Bluffs was a visitor in this city to
day coming to look after some trad
ing with the merchants.
Henrj' Horn from near Cedar Creek
was a business caller at the county
seat today, looking after some busi
ness in the city as well.
John Yardley from near Rock
Bluffs was a business viistor in the
city this morning and was doing
some trading while here.
C. D. Spangler and family were
in the city yesterday aiternoon from
near Murraj, doing some tradine and
looking after some other business.
Lemon Bates was a visitor in the
city this morning from his home
near Rock Bluffs, and v. as transact
ing some business with the mer
chants. Fred Beil from near Rock Bluffs,
was a Plattsmouth visitor this morn
ing coming to look after some busi
ness in the city and to look after
Edwin Duffee from near Murray
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing coming with Mrs. George Duffey.
who was looking after some business
and getting tome dental work done.
Miss Mattie Kuntzman of As ore,
who has been visiting at Lincoln,
arrived in Plattsmouth lact evening
and departed for Murray, where she
Save That Suit
by investing in a coupleof pairs of light
weieht summer trousers. You will
need your woolen suit badly later and
the ffovernmeut needs all the available
wool now. So hang on to the old clothes
and be comfortable in a pair of "Air-O-Weaves"
or Palm Beach.
When you have purchased the pants
and another nock of Thrift Stamps you
will be all set for the Chautauqua, pro
viding you come in and get that season
will visit at the home of Lloyd
Gapen and wife.
J. M. Leyda has a new kind of
potatoes, the vines grow so rank that
he had to cut them off but they
grow again. John say there are
r.o potatoes and we wonder if he has
but gotten them crossed with alfalfa.
W. A. Taylor from south of the
city near Rock Bluffs was a visitor
in the city yesterday looking after
some business matters in the city,
and for the first time met our Colonel
M. A. Bates, though both haJ hved
here for many yenrs past. We are
glad to know you, Mr. Taylor.
A letter .yesterday from France,
from Ralph Lair says all the boys
are feeling fine which have gone
from here and are in the Rainbow
Division and that "they want a good
Christmas dinner when they arrive
home as they feel they are going
to be able to do It by that time.
Fred Haffke departed this morn
ing for South Omaha with another
load of hogs for A. G. Bach, which
were beauties sure. Yesterday he
took four loads. The matter of the
shortage of cars for shipping all
kinds of commodities is finding a
solution in the matter of the auto
F. C. Weber arrived this norning
from Chicago, coming with the fam
ily and will spend a few day? here
when he will depart Tor the touth
going into the oil fields of Oklahoma,
where he will work for the present,
in the interest of the concern In Chi
cago with whom he has been for
Mrs. S. L. Cotner has a letter from
her brother Jesse Tower, who has
been in France for some time but
whom they had not heard from since
he had gotten there. Jesse joined
the Medical corps, and was for a
long time at Ft. Riley before he
went east to embark for the other
The members of the Reed Concert
Company and Dr. Charles T. Baylis
arrived in the city this morning from
Cedar Bluffs, and will participate in
the program of the Chautauqua, for
this afternoon and evening. They
will depart from here going to Peru
on the midnight Missouri Pacific
train this evening, where they ap
pear in a Chautauqua tomorrow.
Mrs. John Sexton, who has been
visiting in the city for a short time
at the home of her sisfer, Mrs. W.
T. Scotton, departed this morning
for Omaha, where, she will visit for
a time. Mr. John Sexton and wife
are making their home at present
at LaJunta, Colorado. They former
ly lived In this city when Mr. Sexton
was a machinist in the Burlington
S. W. Goggell and O. Niday ar
rived in this city last evening driv
ing down from Coldridge, and re
ports things looking pretty good vp
that way as they have been having
some pretty good rains of late
there. They tell of things looking
pretty good until they arrived at
Fremont, on the way down, -then
there were signs of the weather being
a little dry. The boys are visiting
with their friends I. P. Campbell
south of the city. ,
E. S. Mason and wife departed this I morning from Elmwood, coming as a
morning for Omaha, where they go
Thomas Walling and wife.
James M. Teagarden of Weeping
Water was in the city last evening
'ooking after some business at the
court house for a short time.
David Kunz and wife from, near
Elmwood, were looking after some
business in the city today and also
some matters in the district curt.
Miss Rose Prohaska, departed last
evening for ahoo, where she will
visit for some time at the home of
her brothers Frank and Fred Pro
Judge E. E. Good of Wahoo, was
a visitor in this city this, morning
and was hearing the matter of the
Dovey estate, against Frank E
Charles McReynolds and wife
from near Murray were in the city
last night doing some trading with
the city merchants, and also visiting
with friends for a short time
Edward Rosenal and wife from
near Elmwood, were viistors in the
city today, having come over o at
tend the district courc being inter
ested in the school house case which
is hearing today.
C. B. Kear was in the city this
at Lincoln, where they Avillvisit for
a short time at the home of George
Bruhl and wife. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Peter F. Goos who
will visit there for a short time with
IN COUNTY COURT TODAY.
to the State hospital with their little
daughter Helen who has received
an injury in her spine, as a result
of being struck by a brick wnile
playing with her playmates, and
which has caused an injury to the
spine. They are taking the little
one there for examination and treat
ment, that she may be restored to
her normal health.
From Friday's Daily.
Mrs. Robert Newell was a visitor
in this city today, coming down from
their home near South Bend on the
G. A. B. Hicks of near Cullom wa3
a visitor in this city yesterday af
ternoon, coming down to-have some
dental work done.,
Frank Vallery from Murray was
looking after some business in this
city this morning, having driven in
to town with his Ford Sedan.
W. B. Spence and daughter Miss
Phoebe from near Louisville . were
looking after some matters in the
city today, .Miss Phoebe taking the
John and Phillip Theirolf from
near Cedar Creek were in the city
this morning, coming to look after
some business, driving in with their
car and returning home about noon.
Miss Lillian Kyle of South Bend
was in the city this morning, com
ing down this forenoon to look after
some business in .ae city and to at
tend the teachers examination which
is holding her today and tomorrow.
W. E. Rosencrans and Bryan
Snyder, who have been at Imperial,
Mr. Rosencrans, but for a ?hort time
while Mr. Snyder has been there for
some weeks doing some farming,
both arrived home this morning.
Lieut. Johnson of Camp Funston,
who has been visiting in the city for
some days past with friends return
ed this morning to Funston, going
first to Omaha, where he will look af
ter some business for today nad then
go to the Kansas camp.
Mrs. T. H. Reasner of Hastings
and daughter Mrs. Clive Morey of
North Platte who have been visit
ing at the brother of the former,
J. M. Roberts, departed yesterday
afternoon, for their homes in the
west, after having- visit with their
brother and uncle.
H. W. Ward and daughter Gladys
from near Weeping Water, were
visiting In the city this morning,
coming in with their car. Mr. Ward
was looking after some business
while the daughter Gladys was tak
ing an examination at the county
witness in the case of Morris vs. the
school district No. 66, wherein the
plaintiff is enjoining the board from
constructing a new scIioqI building.
R. P. Morris and family w -re in
the city this morning, coming to
look after some -matters in ths dis
trict court, when1 he and othe'- are
enjoining the board of. directors of
district sixty-six from construction
ot a school house.
John Pariott and family v.vre in
the city today from their home near
Elmwood, coming to attend the suit
in the district court, wnerein the in
junction is being heard reg rding
the building of a school hou .e for
district number sixty-six.
Mrs. Amos Keiser of Louisville,
who has been visiting in the city
for a short, time at the home of her
nephew W. R. Clements departed
lore News From
In this splendid showing of
dainty lingerie blouses you will
surely find just the thin3 you've
had in mind.
They are made of cool filmy
voiles, organdies and other sum
mery fabrics in white and attrac
tively striped patterns. A variety
of pleasing collar effects are here
New styles each week! ,
$1.00 to $5.00
From Friday's Daily.
C. E. Tefft is appearing in tl.e
matter of the settlement of the es
tate Catherine Tro deceased, and
has sent in a petition to have the
case set for hearing.
Harlan Bryant of Ashland, an at
torney for the estate of Eli Ilubcr
Vas in the city asking for the setting From Friday's Daily.
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
ELMER ROOT IN
of a day for final hearing of the
estate and settlement.
Application was also made for the
final hearing and settlement of the
estate of Wm. Loder, who formerly
Judge Jesse L. Root is in the city
today having a case in the district
court which he is looking after and
in conversation with the Judge he
was telling about his sons, which
uvea in tne west end of the county. . will be remembered as two young
j men, the oldest Elmer, having grown
In District Court. to almost manhood when he left this
The matter of the hearing of the '.city. Elmer having graduated from
application for a restraining order j the state university, some years
to prevent the construction of a ' since while Marvin has but recently
school house on the former site of left that institution, with his full
school house for district 66, which degrees. Elmer the o!der is now a'
was burned during the last year and Lieutenant and is located at Camp
which the board are endeavoring to ; Humphrey, Va. He was for some
have rebuilt. The claim by those time at Camp Funston, and If now in
who are asking the restraining order j the engineering corps, in the south
that it is not a fit location for the ern corps, in the southern camp, and
school, and the inability to get good employed as a drill master for other
water for the scholars. The matter troops. He is a graduate of applied
was heard at length by Judge Beg- engineering, and has had much ex-
ley yesterday and the matter taken perience in that line over much of
FILES FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
the country, having superintended
I construction on a large scale in Los
Angeles. Sin Francisco, and other
; points, then returning to Oamha he
I also was thus engaged there. Being
From Friday's Daily. a mathematition of unusual abilitv
A. M. Arries, father of three young he has been giving instruction in the
matter of range getting over ob-
From Friday's Dally.
Yesterday afternoon seemed to be
a good time for the rilings. Hon.
John Muftey of Alvo, was in the city
end accompanied by Mrs. Murtey
and Virl Lynch, drove over in their
car. While in the city Mr. Murtey
filed for Representative for the com
ing election. Mr. Murtey made an
excellent representative, and we do
uot see how those who have the good
of the country and its interests at
heart could do better than to return
him to the law making body Just
before his filing was also the filing
cf L. G. Todd who files for float rep
resentative, and which position he
served for 2 years. This gentleman
surely made good and is entitled to
the second term. The man who has
proven good and has had the ex
perience is the man who can be of
more good in the legislature. These
representatives have both made good.
LIKE THE AERO CAMP IN FRANCE
men who are in the service, two of
them in France, but not knowinsr
where each other are, whiie the third
Major, is still in this country. Mr.
Arries received a short time since a
paper from the camp where Donald
is, which is issued by the Aero
stacles, such as uneveness of the
ground like over a ridge of and,
where it is desired to catch the ob-
RETURNS FROM A TRIP WEST.
From Fray's Daily.
Some two weeks since Guy H.
Clossen departed for the west, ac
companying Mrs. Clossen and their
little baby, who went to Montana,
to spend the summer. Mrs. Closson
who will vnake her home with rela
tives there and will seek to restore
Squadron who are in training there.
last evening for her home, and was ! This Paper is called the Propeller,
accomnanied as far as OreaDOlis. by ana on examination ot tne paper
Mrs. Clements who assisted her in
we find it filled with bright matter,
and intensely American, printed in
'the American Language 'entirely.
One story is of the christneing of a
new plane the "Lady Florence,"
which has a Liberty Motor, and the
description is very interesting. The
paper also contains base oall scores,
there being a number of club and
ject on the other side. Marvin wno ; her health, which has not been the
most robust for some tiice. After
having stayed there for a week, he
came home making a number of
stops on the way one at Ogden, and
one at Denver.
1-1:0 I, XOTICK.
To II. D. Hathaway. George W. Fair
field. John S. Townsend. Robert J.
Lackey. Nicholas Kntrle, A. K. Alexan
der and to their unknown heirs, de
vises, legatees and personal represen
tatives and to George R. lilrd, defend
You and each of you will take notice
that on the 26th day of June, 1918. three leagues, they being, National
Hermia E. Winaham filed her petition T . . , , .
In the District court of Cass county, -csue, mucntau L,eusue uuu reu
Nebraska, against you and each of erai league, with twelve teams each,
you. the object and prayer of which i.s '
that she may be adjudged owner in a eiue every aay m tne weeK
fee Simple of Lot i in Blk. 11. Duke's from each. Standing of the clubs
Addition to Plattsmouth. Nebraska, and are given, some having a 1,000
ixi l in Bloc l ana l.oi s in uiock z, wnne others have ? 0C0 fine deir
in Townsend's addition to Platts- WIllie omerb nave r,uou. une tiesir-
mouth. Neb., freed from all claims of ing to see the paper can do so by
an esiaie or interest merem ui any ui
graduated as an agricultural engi
neer, is in class one, but on account
of one of his ankles being injured he
is listed in Class 1 limited service,
but expects to bo caLed for some
thing which he can do tn the near
EMIL J. HILD NOW IN FRANCE.
calling at Mr. Arries place of busi
the defendants, and all persons claim
ing by, through or under them, and
that you and each of you be perpetual
ly enjoined from claiming any right
title, or interest or right of possession
the title and rights of thij plaintiff.
her heirs or assigns, and from interfer-
ng with the peacable enjoyment or
said lots by the plaintiff: and for sucli
other and further relief as equity may
You and each of you are required to
nnswer to said petition on or before
dionuay, me. zoin aay ot August, isis, : i, , ... ... , ,
in nv Interest von mnv rblm 1 Wliere lie OCS to Visit With his SOn
WILL LEAVE CAMP
From Friday's Dally.
Last evening Albert Shuldice, de
parted for Indianapolis, Indiana,
therein or your defaults will be enter- ' Frank Shuldice. who is In trnininc at
ed therein and the allegations of said ; .
petition taken as true. I Camp Benjamin Harruon. He will
HERMIA E. WINDHAM.
R. B. Windham, Atty.
7-1-4 wks, wkly.
N. C. Krouse of the U. Depart
ment of Agriculture, will be at the
Modern Woodmen of America Hall at
Mynard, afternoon of July 3, to hold
a Cottage Cheese Demonstration. The
Farmers wives are especially urged
to attend. L. R. SNIPES,
ltdltw County Agent.
leave there for the east on Monday,
to where is not known, but as he
has but little training to take, when
he went as he was In the1 engineer
ing corps, he wlil as soon as can
o to the front, where his services
are most in demand.
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Special Attention to DIaeaiaes of Women
A CUTE DISEASES TREATED
rr a a j g- m a. a, j
Fiom Thursday's Daily. I iete " u,B"es
Wm. Walforth of west of Mynard I wigi uaiis Answerea Alter nours
was In this city looking after some Sundays by Appointment. ,
business for a few hours. 8:30 a- m- to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 5:30
1 acre land, 3 large room house,
two barns, chicken house, corn crib,
hog house, two caves, 1 cistern, 20
feet deep brick lined, plenty of fruit
trees. On Lincoln Ave. 1 mile from
town. Also, gentle driving horse,
buggy and harness, almost new. One
yearling colt and' road cart. Will
sell together or separate. Call even
ings FRANK KOUBJ7K,
lwkd2tw Plattsmouth. Nebr.
Haying 1 Machinery McCormlclt
and Deering. Mowerp and Rakes,
with full line of repairs for jame.
Reuben Irwin was looking af ter rio'n -"Jl Plattsmouth, Neb. 1 John Frr Gorder. PlattsmouthrNeb.
From Friday's Dally.
A card was received this morning
by M. Hild and wife announcing the
safe arrival'of their son Emil J. H'ld
on the other side of the ocean. As
the Crossing is attended with consid-
A. F. STURM FILES FOR SENATOR
From Friday's Daily.
Andrew F. Sturm of Nehawka,
one of the substantial citizens of
that place has filed for the position
of state senator. Mr. Sturm made
the race last year, against John
Mattes, and was defeated by the Otoe
county man. Mr. Sturm comes back
again and will contest the matter at
erable fear of danger, it is some re
lief to know that the journey has ( the' polls again as to his fitness for
been completed in safety. While
the passage of so many over the ocean
and at this time not an accident
save the one just off the coast of
Ireland, and in that but lives lost
compared -vith what the ship carried,
and with the more than a million
which has gone, make it look about
as safe as the ordinary railway
train, and much safer than auto. We
are glad that Emil has mde the trip
in safety, as also the many others.
A GOOD ADVERTISING
For Sale Several well located
cottages. As part payment can take
some other property or a Liberty
Bond. R. B. Windham. 29-3td3tw
Clarence Ledgeway departed last
evening for Louisville, where he will
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fetzer of that place, they
having been friends for a long time.
From Friday's Daily.
The streets were full of children
this morning who were looking for
hidden tickets for the Chautauqua,
and which has been secreted by the
management for the children to be
searched for, and a good search they
made of the matter to. They were
filling the street this morning, and
surely advertised the Chautauqua n
a manner which could not have been
gained in another way.
Your stock . can be delivered in
South Omaha in- fine snape these hot
days with an auto truck. Call th.6
Plattsmouth Garage for particulars.
For Sale Five room pottage, two
lots, city water, take part payment
in other property. Balance in
monthly payments. Also, vacant
lots, and will secure loan to buiid.
R. B. Windham. 6-22-3td3tw
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