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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
HOFDAY, AV(imH 26, 1318.
IV'-m Sa t u rd."i v's 1'i.iily.
I-rank Crnuf of i.car Murray was
u 1-t;ir.-s vi-it.'d' in this riiy last
'..!. Hiie-.tou of to was
i-H.kiug ii r" i r svnio Lh-Ivies.-; in (lie
,iv this n J'ti'i i;ih;i for u iVw hours.
I.t'iuoi! Pans was a visitor in t
;y i u i ; j;,nr:ii' ! r. ra Kocl; Liuf.s
: i '1 as l.-,r.k in?: alter s'o.ro business
..!' Ill-- O.iV
.J.;!:n 1 ....:! i-'for jr.. uoiu near
i r ('''. wu-i a 5--M'-r in I Mitts
...,t h iii'.s ii-1 a : i ii; hiking ::l't'-;
V. alt -r F" y r.- vas a visitor in
:' ri'v t-ii-: ft cnii'f;:i routing lo
frer trn ' !.;: -iv.e.- ir v: It.;
!' 1 -ft K i:ti !'--.
v !':.!... r hi u in i been
::' V.i.'l Lend MTiVc.l ill
y :;:. ;. i 1 1. -, and nil! vi'-it
.o i":.r over Swndi'.'.
. !I. ;.j-:.-:!Vvr fr. ;.: v. t -i"
. r! i a ' a visiter in this city
evening Coming tt I fk aft 'i'
!.n ? :i for a !:iir! time.
. - ri k .'!;!!!! and I'.tn.ily ircin
ia'AKa vmT" l'l ir.i r.i ui.-.
vi-itNg '.v L t i relative-, anil
;;iicr s-'pe tra. litis as well.
: i . C
:.tiu' I.l.-iVil fmr.i
array was a vi-iiT
i- ;.fft ran :i. where
in thl? city
he i; looking
f tv rs for t !'.'
! I r ! i
'V'.e.Vr ff :i-nr Pawn.-- City
!" were vi-iiiri'-r in t an c'ty
;; '; i f ti. v, 11 'Ait !i fi-'a ! i '.'.
1 ir 1 1.-1 ay :;'! s 1 1 ro
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dry t'.::.; i:''M'i:
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' rue.sr with his family at the hom
tif hia father P.yron Ilof! and wifts
and was alst hiokins after tonut
businoss matters in f lie city.
Cm. II. Tronic and Clpir Everett.
hcih rrom near Avora. were in the
fity thi.4 rarn1ns havins driven up
witli their car. and were lookins
after i-oiue matters :it the court
liou-e and :il.-'" in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wie?lanl of
Draper. South Dakota, with their
little child arrived in the city this
afl-rno!i nan.l are vi.-itins at tin'
lionie of Mrs. Wiesl.i:..:i,;s pii'ts C.
1 1. 1. 1 wis ;ii:.l y.. of this
Mrs. V. D. IIiLr:;ins of ManU-y
who has !.,(.:. visiiiny, in this city
for ih l;at few days the j'uest. of
M.-y. II. K. (iiitlinir.u departed this
mo riling f r Oir.alia. win-re she w'.l
vi it fur v tii:M' 1 "oire r turning to
; r l.rni".
Mr. .1. M. She:trd and son J. V.
:'.); : r 1 j".. and fister Vera, were in
: , iitv this ii'ia-nins from their
iii:ee near NVhav.ka. and
fr:''i act!!"-' scin-1 lm-ine?s in
citv a:vl a!.- lrol.i'!;: ;f!-r s'ome
lea'iters tit the court hoii-e.
Mrs. Ir:;;.k ltdal recived a let-
tr friui her hr.-eaini a u- najs.
... i i . :
Miie wiiif.i in a tie a nr.ir.i nij.
havirs srottezi e.ere tror.T the writer
wi n is on the roast f t France, in
a little over a week. Frank is
cnttd at. an scm itaval station.
the cna.: r.
J. II. S;a:re :.:td wife with their
two chiH.-vn of CuTley. New Mex
ico, arrived in the city this al'ter-
fr::i t!;e s -inh and t!e;arteii
from Paeifie Junction, Iowa, where
he has been visiting for some time
and will endeavor to secure a posi
tion in the Hurlinnlon shops here,
and if he succeeds will make his
Ceorse A. P. Hides of Cnllom was
ia visitor, in this city this morning:,
fenmins down to look after some
business, and is only carry ins one
cane now. his foot which was mash
ed some time since makins some
progress towards recovery, thousb
it seems flow.
Herbert II. Si ubendorfj" and w ife
of Omaha, were visitorsn this city
tins mornins. drivins down just for
the enjoyment of the ride, and
while hero visifirs at the home of
A. P.. Hass and wife at Oreapolis.
Mr. SI uhendor'T, beins a second
cousin of Mr. Hass. Mr. Sluben
dorff is the marriace license clerk
in I lie county clerks office at Omaha.
A letter from Leonard Meisinper
who is now located at Ft. Leaven
worth. I'ansas, where he is in school
were ! contplet ins his course- in Radio, for
tlu. (the sovernment. fays tliat he is
sett ins alons nicely and likes the
study well. lie was the only one
of the Cays county boys who was
rtationed there the remainder who
were lakins the study T Radio. sv
ins to the school at Sullivan, Ohio.
BIG AND LITTLE
ONCOMING DRAFT LAW CATCH
ES HIGH AND
IN THE PRIMARIES
CONGRESSMEN NOTTO ESCAPE
Members of Legislatures Also in
List by Terms of House Amend
ment Provision of 18 to 45
Years Still to Stand.
for Fed -.r Crec-;.
ins for foir.e time at the
hot::.- r: M rs. Srase's a:in:. M:. c.
M-.-r -:-r r.f i:-.ir (V!::r Creek.
Mr-. J. V.. Cruhr-r and Mrs. John
C.'.r::id'..-!1 (!.:, .rt"d this inornins for
I)-; Mo: !.:-. Iowa, s'dns there to
is it lit Cuif.p Do.Is with a s n of
Mr. (irnl rr v !:o id ia trr.inins t here
rit: I v. ;?- U seen to so to an oilier
'::r..(:n!::crit :.r furth ?r ' ii:.-tr;:ctio:i
1,' fere ilerartiii-T f..-r France.
From Friday's Daily.
Thomas Cromwell of North Platte
arrived in this city last evenins ami
is lookins after some business for a
I). C. WVst of Xehawka was a
visitor in this city this afternoon,
havins stopped here on his way
from Omaha to his home.
Ceo. W. Wall of Lal'latte was a
p-.st ( :i
S. K. M;-F.:wain
. Creenwood. f -r
;.-?CO"t'.'t et thf
a -i-f-r Mro. i:
1 ;.o nns
thr.t place. ;
x: : y i.iv. . bur as
arrtv'.l Mrs. Me
fir a f..-'.v da vs.
j visitor in this city this afternoon
! e; rains down between trains to
look after some business.
i James Tisner from near Fnion
was a vi-i'er in this city this after
noon ocmir.s to transact some busi
ness in t!; city and at the county
j Vnj. H. I'nls wrs a passensT this
r'ornin'-r for Onuih.a. n rains up fir.ni
Murrtiy in his car. and is lookins
after sc me bi'riness there for the
J. F. Clusey has just made , the
purchto of a fttrm on the ctiier side
of the river, which, is a tine piece
; d ' hiv.il and one w hich will make a
at:e tarni home.
Wir.. V.'ol forth of w.- I of Myr.ard
w?s t visitor in thi? city t':vs mnrn-iri2-
cnn.ili-JT to look lifter some bnsi-
1 . !
f. r the dai
T ic'ii e p i r.'t t !n ' to r;;arry were
i to C -r:;f W:!li-?:i Wooster
. I Crrri- Ci.i'.i r.i ;- i'"'!i of
.;-..''; t :: ot'.er i".y.
Mr--. l.:r.;:.n Palter ;e.rt?d la-t
:::: r. f.-r C'-dar Freek. where :-h"
:!! vi' it ftsr a few dt'ys at t'a home
' S'i 1 O. ilt flf r:V--rs ar.'l wife.
V.'ill c;.:i'-i w.'l Jer o Smith w'-re
. t e city ? r. i : ii;r -ti:::s front their
.; ii'-t.r !lot ' Pluf;'.-: a:id were
V. F. I'repst just returned heme
from a trip to Imperial where, lie
was for the past few days lookins
over the country and with a view
r.f nf.kins a Tvi'i-chasf of some
j lands in that portion of the state.
Mrs. Thayer Propst who lias been
visit ins in this city for same days
pnM and south of the city at the
home cf her parents W. A. Taylor
tnd wife, departed this afternoon
for her heme at Ralston.
. Adr.ras who lias been vLvlt-
w . ri
ins ir; Gro'harn and aL-o where he
has been workins for seme time
pa? returned home last evenins.
Washington, Ans. Cham
pions of the house military com
mittee's plan to direct the war de
partment to defer callins of youths
of eighteen and nineteen years un
til older men have joined the colors
under the man-power bill extendins
draft ape limits to eighteen and
fortv-five years, lost their intial
fi.Sht in the house late today and the
way was paved for the passage of
the bill by the hout-e tomorrow. In
the senate disposal of minor amend
ments caused leaders to hope .that
the measure could be passed there
also before the week-end adjourn
ment tomorrow. At the close of a
d.y of vigorous debate the house re
jected 1 i7 to 120. the amendment of
liepresentat i ve McKenzie of Illinois,
written into the bill by the mili
tary committee, directing separate
classification and delayed call of
jouths from eighteen to twenty.
Amendments by Representatives
Johnson of Washington and Clack-
man of Alabama to fix the draft age
minimum at nineteen and twenty
one years, respectively, also were de
feated. Dramatic Touches In Debate.
Dramatic touches were given the
debate in the house of Representa
tives: Tilson of Connecticut, who,
amid cheers, called upon four ma
rines in the galleries to stand in
evidence that youths of eighteen
make excellent soldiers. inis w as
after Representative Johnson of
Washington had presented a small
eighteen-year-old page in a soldier's
coat and trench helmet to support
his i!aini that eighteen-Vear-olds(
are mere children. Representative
Olnev of Massachusetts aroused the
patriot isnt of the house members
during the debate by declaring
British and French oflicers conceded
that it was the American marines
who at Chateau Thierry stopped the
German rush in July and sav-?d
Flans for a final vote on the mea
sure in the house tonight were lost
in the midst of a wrangle over an
amendment prohibiting deferred
classification of government em-
Frnm Friday's Paltr.
Since the, primary election there
has been a large number of people,
of foreign birth who have rushed
out their first papers. The sugges
tion which is made by the appear
ance of the title of the constitu
tional amendment to be voted upon,
that there is a necessity for one be
ing a real citizen before they be al
lowed the elective franchise, has
stimulated some to -take teps. to in
sure relationship. Let us hope that
it may go farther than just the se
curing of the papers, may they be
Americans in spirit and in truth for
that is the only class which is desired.
WILL BE MILLINER
OR SCHOOL TEACHER
From Friday's J.iity.
A few days since the stork made
his appearance at the home of Wm.
Keif and family, bringing with him
one of the finest little girls imagin
able and who has been installed in
the home of this good couple, and
seems perfectly at home. Roth the
parents are happy over the arrival.
but there was a desire, that the con
tribution from the storkship, would
have been an American who could
have entered into partnership with
the father in the cement business.
and alas, the vision of the dream
Sweat as Hard
as You Like!
You can't wilt this
collar. It's cotton ;
it's stiff; but not starch
ed. Doesn't have to go
to the laundry. No
ironing. It's a
Challenge Cleanable Collar
Just a little water, a rag and soap will clean it. Two
minutes' time. When on your neck, no one can tell it
from an ordinary cotton collar. Here's the difference:
The cotton collar you wear is stiffened with fctarch.
Ours is stiffened by a process that makes it impervious
to water. Yet it's pliable and comfortable.
Costs about 15.00 a year for cotton collars and
their laundering. 2.00 worth of our cotton collars will
lastayear. Saving 13.00. Isn't it worth considering?
This has only come by the "otio: or nwi, skttm:mi:t
in I no I iia ii I y I iinrl I I jihm i uiiiiiv,
sacrifice unselfishness of the mem-
- I bers. who when thev were fiivrl In- sun.- or . i,inska
was iransierreci to anomer snare ci " -
labor, and she will probably be a
school ma'rm, or a milliner instead.
A LETTER FROM FRANCE.
h ekin brv,wn r.s a berry and as j Pnves because of their employment.
Before a vote could be taken a mo
tion to adjourn was carried and the
healthy as an American soldier.
Mr. Fmiiy Uurton, and two
' : i : ; - r
' ; a i '
!.!r,'.v from neir Man-:".r-
hi the city Iar-t
to look after sor-e
at the o":ce of the counv
ry was a v
mir. g front
j a-r: !; '.. . ei :urr;.
I transacting some b"in
; ''.r :u the
daughters Misses Hiancbe and Mat
ti, of Ihr.ersou. Iowa, arrived in
this city this afternoon coming to
vi'-it at the l:nm of their daughter
Mrs. Raymond Henry who lives west
Rf G. A. Randall of Union was
a visitor in this city last evening
having ben looking after some mat
ters in Omaha he stopped on his
way heme to see some of his friends
here and also to look after some
r : r 1 1 -1 -.
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i 1 ro Iti. ; i
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I.o ),! .";e-,, l.t
i r J.iii-s b r a d
;. i.io at.d evt n
.-: ! clot !ii
Of '.Vo! Ill's.' l:t )
to b.:y only
'i t;i:,r -iit.;. v
:. V. fe
. 1 : t ci i. ' 'r 't t b i ;.k t in-y
(-.; i ,i ;,!.:(! j 1 j T because
the patch jxm-'kc
o 1 1 1 r
ib-c.j.-atior.s b ;ve a rut
ii t li i k irL'
jr.'.ririenis we have sci. n in mar.y
a Oay. Wbv. yi m -r v. bat tlie
t iothcrafi Sluij--; havf H.jolved
1 , ,ks and il' ar..i wcirall there
;;t lT."'1' I'j "f1. ou"i! l"-'in lo
l.rdievi' all the more in Clot hcraft.
. uarante;- with each Cloth
' !..'!:'-. j jnpies Welsheimer who has been
Jarus I'oiin was a visitor in jn Kan-as for Fonr:e time past re
1 lutt'-in'".-:"; lor th:- past lew days, fimed home a few days since, Iiav
at th li-i.-.e of hi; is.ter 3,Irs. W. );(lf.n in tj,e harvest fields dur-
. Tayb-r, south of the city departed iniT iis absence, and reports pretty
r his home at fajr v.heat crops hut it has been
j pretty dry since harvest.
ird and wife with their
It .-(. . iarv.
mornina; frcm their 1.0:1:2 near A-h-lar.d
and are visitins at the home
of Mrs. Marwaru's parents Win. Hill
Albert Anderson and Miss Wolfe
and Dan Anderson and Misi Ella
Ahnti all i f Nehawka. were in the
1 Mr;;. L. Rustcrholtz, and daugh
ters ?.lrs. Patterson and Mrs. Beck
ner of Murray motored to this city
yesterday afternoon to attend to
;some business matters and visit
friends for a f;hort time. They were
pleasant callers at this office.
Truman Waush son of Mr. and
Mr. A. J. WauKh. formerly of this
city but now of Lincoln, where Mr.
Waurh is conductor on the Rurlin?;
ton, is now in France and has been
H. Albert and wife were in the ; for four n,onths as a sol(lior in t!:0
near Louisville and were accompan
ied bv Mrs. Charles Ault. of that
city last evening attending the r.iec-t-inc?
of the War Ravings societies at.
the High school. !
cny I!. is inoinu- iioni i!..-;r nvinc T-pitcrl Rtotoa rmv', rrno,1iiinn,r
W. A. Mitchell of Coatesville,
Relmyler county. Mo., who has been
place, and were looking after simie
business for the day.
l'lvood Howell. George Johnson
and Flcyd Fosetter all of Omaha,
were in the city this morning hav
ing driven down from Omaha and
were visiting at the homo of Dee
Ho-ti.-tter some, ten or eleven miles
south of this citj.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Murray and
little son Theron of Union motored
to this city yesterday afternoon for
a short visit with friends and to at
tend to some bur. in ess matters. Mr.
Murray was a pleasant Waller at
Everett Ilubbell cf Brainard ar
rived in the city this afternoon
visiting at the home of his son Iler-
j man Mitchell of near Weeping Wat
er was in the city with his son Her
man, and departed this morning for
his home in the east. - The son Her
man Mitchell was over to bring his
father to the train.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warga Cepart
ed this morning for Creston, where
they will visit only between trains
and then go to lies Moines, where
they will visit and will go to Camp
Dodge tomorrrow, where they will
visit with John Skinner, who is a
cousin of Mrs. Warga, and who is
going away in a few days for the
amendment with several others of a
minor nature went over until tomorrow.
I.Irs. Eurris' Letter.
Here is a letter that Is certain to
prove of interest to people in this vi
cinity, as cases of this sort occur in
fi?to:ost every neighborhood, and peo
ple shouM know what to do in like
Savannah. Mo., Oct. 12, 1916.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and U cured me of
flux (dysentery). I had another at
tack of the same coiaplalr.t some
ihrce or four years ago and a few
doses of this remedy cured me. !
have recommended Cha.tr. herlain's
Colic and. Diarrhoea Remedy to doz
ens of people since I first n&ed it.'
Prom T nirsdav's Daily.
Somewhere in France, Aug.-. 4.
How is everybody getting along
at home by this time? I hope you
are all well and enjoying yourself
I am as well and as hearty as
ever and if it wasn't for the heat I
wouldn't complain a hit, although it
is very hot during the day time it
gets nice and cool at nfght and one
has no trouble in getting good sleep.
I received two bunches of papers
yesterday, the dates ranging from
May 2S to June Sth. I was sure
c-lr.d to get, them as there was quite
a bit of inteersting news in them
from about there.
I haven't m received a letter from
home now for some time and am
quite anxious to hear from you folks.
Anton Rys and Julius Koubek are
both well and as happy as usual,
and as anxious to hear frcm their
folks as I am from you. I guess it
has been some time too since either
of them heard from their folks.
Well as news is short, will close
fcr this time, hoping to hear from
ycu all soon, I am as ever.
Yotir son and brother,
PVT. HARRY AY. WIXSCOT,
Dot. nrth Engineers. A. E. F.
A. P. P. 7 52. France.
! a bard dnv's wrirl.- to pnrn n nml n-it
in the time in drilling, when the
inclination would have been to rest
at home. The matter of getting in
to shape as far as movements is con
cerned, is not the thing which has
inspired them to the effort, but it
is the idea of patriotism, and desire
to serve the country which has
made the greatest nation on the
globe. This is the principle which
is maintaining human liberty, and
safe guarding civilization. Their
loyalty to the principle of freedom,
and love for the Home Guard train
ing, is commendable and is the
thing which is assisting in solving
the home problems, as well as stim
ulation to greater efforts the boys
away from here.
ENTER GOVERNMENT SERVICE.
Krir TI-.ttr.-Jn v's iJ.-iHy.
This morning It. C. Meyers of
Louisville was in the city, driving
down to bring with him, Claude
Ryan, and Wm. Hall who are leav
ing for Evansville. Ind.. where they
enter the service of the government,
as stationary engineers, and will
take training for war services. Mr.
Meyers who conducts a garage and
sell the Liberty car. returned to his
WILL MAKE KAY
WHILE SUN SHINES
Patriotic crepe paper decoratit.is
it the Journal office..
Catarrh O.nnot Bo Cured
c-Uh LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the a. ut ot Uie disease.
Catarrh it v. local litt-ase. s,-r?atly iti-ttuefK't-d
bv coiLt.!i.i!i':n:il t onoitions, and
in order to cir it yoj ratift ia!e an
internal rem-.'uy JI-ill's Camrrh Medi
cini U taken internally I'-nd acta thru
ilv biciod or. tho mucous surfaced of the
sv.steir.. IIhII's Otarrn Medicine was
prescribed by one of the '-t-st physicians
n litis courilry for yeara. It is com-uosc-i!
of soir.e of the bst tonics known,
"romhined with some of the lest blood
puri.'lers. The renC't combination of
the Infirfliirt.i in Hail's Catarrh I.Ifdi
ei:i 13 vit produces such wonderful
results in catarrhal coaditions. Sen-1 for
J. CUKNKV ii CO., Jrops.. Toledo. O.
All lrtisij.'s, .
Hall's i'a.tiilv I til. tr "orsMpatlon
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
Special Attention lo niii of Women i
ACUTE OlSKASKS TKEATJ'JU
Lyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
iSight Calls Answered After Hoars
and Sundays by Appointment.
4:30 a. ni. to 12:00 1:30 P. m. to 5:30
To ""Ifoh Plattsmouth, Neb.
From Thursday's Daily.
Mr. Charles Will of near Peru,
who has been visiting in this city
for a short time at the home of his
sister Mrs. F. W. Elliott, departed
this morning for Omaha, going via
Pacific Junction and Council Bluffs,
and from there he will go to Wood
lake, in the northwest portion of
the state, where he will visit for
some time with a friend, and will
also engage in making hay during
LESTER VR0MAN WRITES HOME.
From Thursday's Daily.
Lester Vroman writes very inter
estingly frcm Camp Taylor, Ky., to
his friends here and tells of his ex
perience in helping get lumber out
of the way of a fire, and getting his
clothing afire, when the hose was
turned on him to extinguish the
flames, he was knocked down by
the force cf the water. He says
that he likes the. place very well and
will soon take an examination for
over seas duty.
PLATTSMOUTH HOME GUARDS.
From Friday's Daily.
Last evening the .Plattsmouth
Home Guards put a good hard sea-
ton of drilling, and which is per
fecting them in their drilling, and
making of the company, which was
originally not the concrete unit it
now is a well drilled military com-
TWO TORRID ZONES
From Saturday's Pnily.
Jess F. Warga is installing two
of the pipeless furnaces, which he
is handling the Torrid Zone, one in
the city goes to Fred Ranige sr.,
while the other goes to F. II. Rang';
in the country. While the weather
is warm is the time to prepare for
the cold weather which is on the
way. as the Father of the country
said "In times of peace prepare for
COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE.
From Saturday's D.tilv.
The county institute
teachers of this county will l e held
next week, and preparations have
been made for a successful meeting.
Miss Alpha Peterson, the county
superintendent has everything in
readiness and a good program will
be had every day of the meeting.
Some very capable talent will he
had for the opening day of the
as County, ss.
To t)!',n interestr-d in t lie estate
of .Mary i Welch, leea-til;
lit; I .-a1 itr-' t'o- petition ,f I'harle
l.n id iui t -iiiiti for a linal settlement
aii-l a I io ;t n- of Lis account lilcd in
this court 0:1 the :Mt!i day of Aiiku'.
1!. and fcr linal settlement of said
estate and iliscliinii'' id the executor.
It is herel.y ordered that yon and
all r.-:oiis interested in said matter
may. arid do. ajijic-nr at the County
Court he held jn and for said eouii
tv. o': i he ;th day of September, A. 1.,
liil. at 1 o'clock A. M., to show cause,
if any there he, why tho prayer of th"
et i i ioro-f should not he granted, and
that notice (I the l.eudciicv of said
jetiiieii and the healing thereof be
rien t ail persons interested in said
matter by pu 1.1 is ii i a copy of this
ord'-r in the 1'la ttsmoutli Journal, a
- ' mi-weekly n vs p.i per printed in said
county for one week prior to said day
In witness whereof, T l ave hereunto
-et n iv hand and the seal of said court
this i 1 1 1 !.tv of .m-ust, A. I .. 1!'1V
AI.I.KN J. r.KLSO.V.
(Seal i County Judjre.
!:.- Florence White, clerk.
ARE VISITING WITH FRIENDS.
Cornelius DeJung and wife de
parted this morning for Des Moines
from where they will visit with his
brother Albert DeJung, who went
from here to Camp Dodge, as a
member of the quota from this
county to that place. They were
joined by Mr. DeJung's parents Fred
DeJung and wife cf Clay Center,
who also went to see their son ere
he had to depart for a concentration
camp farther east.
IV 'I Ml. I1ISTHK T ( Ol iit or c
coi via. m:iiusk
In the Matter of the Inn rd iansh !p of
Alines ll.ivir, Mary Havir and l'c-
cil ie . liavir. Minors.
Cnlrr to Slimv 'miwe.
This cause came on for hearing upon
'he petition of Mary I. llelolilavy. as
'oardian of the estate of Amies Havir,
Mary liavir. and Ceeilie JIavir, minors,
il;iinir for a license to sell the un
divided l-'i interest of each of said
iiinors in and lj the following de
scrhed re. 1 estate, to-vv:t: Ix)ts 1,
I, and 1 In Hloek '., find Lots 1, 11,
and 12 in Block 10. all in Duke's ad
dition to th city of IMattsmouth,
Cas county. N-liaska, for the support
n:l maintenance and education of said
minors, there not being; sufficient per
sonal projerty to furnish support at.d
maintenance and exjens' of education
for said minors.
It is therefore ordered that all per
sons interested in said estate may ap
pear before me at the liistrict Court
room in tie said city of I'lattsmout h.
Cass co'it.ty. Nebraska, on the i'"rd
lay of Se tember, at 10 o'clock
. M . to show cause why a license
should not be granted to said miard
ian to .-' !! so much or all of the above
described rea' estate as shall be nec
essary for th support, maintenance
and exter e of education of said min
ors a ip1. for their best interests. This
order shall b published in the J'latts
mouth Semi-Weekly Journal for a per
iod of tour weeks successively before
the date of heat-ills'.
Pat -d this l':!rd dav of Atifrust. 1319.
jamks T. i:i;i;i.i:v.
.Tudg-e of the District Court.
Edgar Seagraves of Woodbine,
Iowa, arrived in the city this morn
ing for a visit with relatives here.
Mr. Seagraves says the dry weather
has seriously injured the crops in
his vicinity. A meeting of the far
mers in Cass township his county,
arriving at a conclusion that the
corn would not yield more than five
bushels per acre:
E. A. Brann ar.d family from
near Fairbury were in this city at
noon today on their way to Carroll,
Iowa, where they are going in their
automobile to visit for a while at
the home of F. A. Brann who is a
brother of Mr. K. A. Brann.
tutes when you can ci
If you suffer backache, sleepless
nights, tired, dull days and distress
ing urinary disorders, don't experi- j jUy pQur and Substt-
mony. It's Plattsmouth evidence
Mrs. F. S. Brinkman, Eleventh &
Pearl Sts., says: "For several years
I had been bothered by my kidneys.
My back often pained me severely.
Headaches and dizziness were com
mon and my sight becameaffected
so badly I couldn't read. I was al
so trouble by my kidneys acting
irregularly. I got Doan's Kidney
Pills from Edward Rynott & Co.'s
Drug Store and they benefitted me
greatly in a short time." (State
ment given April 10, 1912.)
On February 22. 1916 Mrs. Brink-
man said: "I still consider Doan s
Kidney Pills a fine kidney medicine.
I glady confirm my former endorsement."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Brinkman had. Foster
Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
you will save money and
time try it!
FOR SALE BY
HATT & SON
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