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PLATTSMOUTn SEMI-WEEKLY journal.
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b ?' ' i' OFFICIAL. WAR PICTURE. E
the: u. s. GOVERNMENT PRESENTS THE CuCCrJD
OFFICIAL. WAR PICTURE.
THE VlSVWJirj) STORV Or AZEWCK'S FIRST YLAS IX TS2
Offered by the Division of Fi!ms
2 V'? ?.f-' 'J'-Taken by theU. 5;. tlna! Corps,. A. E. F., by refer I
S ! ' v- ' 'j cf General Jcrin J. Persuing. E
I ratify i& ts s J I
Vesteru Frcnt from north" to eoutli.
I suppose you've heard of these .
lewus. I've b?en in them all:
Ameins, Montdidier, Ilatn, Noyon.
St. Quentin, Orisny, Toul, N- ?y,
Coniieisue, Kecsur Aisne, Soisscns,
Verdun. Charny and C'halon, Paris,
etc.. Vfe've been under shell fire
seme times every day for a week.
Jerry dropped all the scrap iron .
r.uide in Gtnuany around u.-:. Your I
y 'uiik nephew was a scared baby, j
believe me. I war. talking: to a j
bunch of Engineers one afternoon j
and Jerry rtarted to ?e!ill a near
y crosr-road and crot 2 soldiers the
first shell. I beat it for a dugout
r.r. hrd lo s:?y there all afternoon. !
We lost " fellovs here. Will not i
OIES AT OMAHA
DEATH CAME QUICKLY, AS
YOUNG LADY SICK ONLY FOR
A SHORT TIME EEFORE
HAD MAGE HER HOE THERE
! zlj, r li Ii Iii D Lb!
DECZMBHR 22 and 23
Three Si ows Daily-3:00. 7:00 arcl 8:30
Atliiiisslon f.xecl hy iVe Government at 17c any teat.
write all about it, but will tell you
some of these day. We will prob
ably be here until peace is signed.
I am expect ins to stop off in Ne
brasrka. Get a job, ro home for a
while and then work till Sept. and
go to school.
Was tickled to set the pictures
from Mildred. I've sure pot some
od son, ch?
, I'll bet you're proud of your
bunch. I'd sure be. Gee. I used to
Icte Mildred around !n a baby
bussy and now she's bissvr than I.
Well so -.mn I'licle FrE.nl:. Love
to all. especially Aunt Dora and
F. X. TIGilC.
1 Daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kusliinsky Of This City, Fua
Uli IB PICTURES
18 erases work
1. S. N.. V. . Xaval
care 1. M. New York.
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TiTF A2iESICAiT PATBICTISM SE
IJ7G E:70XSTSATED 3Y THE
AKSTEEIK'J TO KOLL CALL
TLf .'.r-i'Tiean 'K -J 'ro::.'. wlm!;
st ". ; '.'vcri t!i::;." distinctively
A-iTiraii. in Jlie'r drive f; r the
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p t!- front
in : Turins:
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ph'it o.-.r;, p".ier
cr-; s i! li I be
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i. r(ft-'7. ;.)! Ti
living "'Y'!:-.' er-
m!i all Ib.'.s
;! I if t !. I -1
uv 1 1 in tiie war.
purcha;1'.".! so:r.c war s;i
I and some Iwds liave
r Vif,i J.. ,, jr; ; is
i: Mli.rleJ with
a:: crciiavor to
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P. '. ii f.;.. tl ( t'ie
t f iil i;i rerc-di T7.
" i:r are. p v. '
arcliives of tl'.e
I v iil be I
:l;s f: -r m bt nefit
;:p-'.-t fr' i;1 tin';
' - rr-- j.u r- cr '.'!' a
:t- e nl purpose by
( f 1 "" eneip.y'.i line
ar: -i thtiu aid 'n?; t':?
:ie the ':: riv rrtt'is.
ibis Hcnderfi'l pic-
!".e ivii' rr !i:cr t at
rues: io: :' ke 1!:;M in
:bcy a k a.
ja -t ificat ion
of the -
cr-;; ii t -y
b.'-re are fpey mi
Vvl;;-T the ifeds
i cf their- comi.-arsy. or rather the 'pel
icy holders, of their instit .:i i n. have
the best tf care, and te.y have in
ii'i.-7 city c.ci ma' ed wh.at they
buit: have l.-.-rished. that "f pro
j ilinLT a visit ins- nurse, for lhc"
I ! ick who hold juditicies. The du
!ties of the v;-;iin4 nttrfe. is to visit
the families of those who hold poll-
cies. an-1 ascertain ihe conditions
!tb:it prevail, to a'-s-ist in as much
as is i-r's;ible in the tiii'e whirr
the couid devote to caeji place. 'ui
is not supposed to make a visit ex
tend over an hour, in the car ot
ihe sick, and a su.- .pes' ion r th'ir
trcM'taent. and to know and rep-r?
ti e vanitarv i-ondit io:i li:i i n i n c;
at tip pj...ce v. ; ere the vi-ut is made.
The .'iMnn'n'eiit of Mrs. iilen
Edwards, assures that the work of
the visiting nursr will be Lhe best.
Mrs. Edwards has just been ap
pointed a few days since, and has
found her services in preat demand.
he is supposed to visit and as-
with suerrestion and advice a?
From Monila.v's T'aily.
It was with somewhat of a shock
that the r.rws came yesterday of the
death of Miss Frances Kushiusky,
who had been seen but a few days
tince at Omaha, she saying that she
vrs feeling very well with the ex
ception of a cold. The young lady
was born in tr.is city, and grew to
v.-omanhood and has been making
her heme in Omaha for some time,
where cshe was employed as a clerk.
Fhe ws taken last week with the
influenza and which later develop
ed into I'ronchial pneumonia, de
veloping very rapildy. Death came
yesterday morning at about four
n't lock. The remains of fhe young
lady were brought to this city,
where they lie in state at the home
cf her parents on Winterstein hill.
Tiie funeral will be held from
the St. John's Catholic church to
morrow, Tuesday morning at ten
o'clock, and the interment made at
the Catholic cemetery west of the
i i..-rtit- sist with suggestion and advice
1 H t . I il li:d I I .illl. 1.1 l:U!r.i:p c- ii v
can in me care oi inoso sick.
that thcr- i
.WAS TO EE HARRIED SOON.
b d'.-'e. and it wi'l fake mom y
to do ;t. I) you suppose .b.at you
en lay ih-wn f.n thr- proiisi? ion
iliat the vo-ld vr,r i over. b-:'ve vpu
'lid be won.
ou are not if von
are net do-ng v.W yoi can to make
a roiirri'e working force of -this
W" n ! y t b n o'- -y ( :i
be used to rlee up this war which
rc me of t bo.-e viio ae ol jeei ing to
and their families may enjoy- tin
benefit-. wl.r-h they b.avc failed to
Let all patri-r.t ic peer-ie ret behind J
t!iis ir.ovemeM ard make it a society
of more tb.an one hundred iiii'Iion."
sil.-i v s I ily.
Pre nces Kuschiusky wliosc
occurred tb.is nietning and
wiio ('.f! a 'ev c.avs r-irce. was ii;e
alhiarcre of 'Corporal Yirgil IUd
mond. who is now in -France, and
is expected borne with the others of
the beys who are there. The wed
ding was to hr.ve occurred oil his
arrival from the tit her side.
Wb 'U i youtm man IJear Admirni
Stephen 1'- Luce of the Fnited
Stete- naxy w:is extremely oinihir
with the "smart set" at Newport. With
the sinuo ship was a store
d'vfiplinarkiu. ever on the lookout for
some neglect of diiry. After a round
of pleasure one evening knee met this
martinet. who remarked shurply
lJlJST SO ThT MfillUn! 'I-'.v-u'r.. tight:" "I'anln., me.sir.''
I'U fl I iTi I fir SB" I fl l"'"l'tl.v rej.lied. -If Stephen
5: 1 in 5 iU Mil. In t I i i v.. w.-v, h..w can i.e be tight?-
"ILLT" KITH VOREE
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p ri r .i 7
71 ;.!"! ;
-r.h' r 1 " b"i wc.-n .".00,
ofto death:; from influ
:ii'i';;:iii oc'iirred among
n ;;f ti e Tnited St
bli'-rs win died iil
1 -..-! fin y ."S.-?T. The
a repetition of the ei
; imminent. AM oficial
eon tain t he rccoriinienda-
ti'.-n: I-Iecp your bowel5'
thit p'riio:-- Trir.er's
i-'';,:r oi Bitter V.'iae i,
!f-r troiii i:;
of th.e .tl.i:
he likes it
w r,rid a !
tt.o:.: ?. TIC-HE. '
E T. E. SCHLATER
S'-b.later leeejved a let
!( 'jihew. feMiog of ronie
", io the navy, an ! Inv
.'.'is fie. a 1 i p.irr.i ff t h ;
" :i fr'.m ti e hnMhship
i indeeu i nt "rest iag. Here is what
Air Raid Nerves.
A si raw that shows how tin wind
is blowing is the demand of the Frank
fort ia;-. tte that the German Imperial
government no longer de'.ay In provid
ing the people wiili state insurance
ngainst air raid damage. A leading
ai'ti'de pretend-: that "it is the absence
of this proieetion that is causing saeh
n wide-spread feeling of insecurity."
open! For j
o ray. T.'" letter is idown
M'-ndHv, Nov. !S, ISIS,
t r Uncle Frank :
K"-c'..;vcd your wele.'iiii" b-tler to-
iiav ana one from Miiarec. was
ire giad n t'c.'r from you. It was
an uncxnec'ci pleasure netieve me.
Ki'ht now. ,ve are standing by,
d'dng nothing. Were busy, enough
b.- for'? tho since leaving oi. N'af.aire
the li.tes-, ines, but;i:,ou' ' K m.naie 01 iv.igusi. we ;
e tbe body.. On' the ! PMed ti e gun nearly . :",00 miles.
crr.,.,.j,(.;., I've helped dig pits, uitgout--, run
At all drug store;.
; I'll CT.'h-i Trine''1-
j--? the best remedy, 27 and
a.' dm :r .fort's, by mail
German Marching Music.
When tin' (lerniiins entered l'.n;s: els
they sang as they marched "Every kit
tle Movement." They do not sing now
beca 11.-0 every little liiavement s;i!! hr
a meaning .of its own, the same being
retreat. Toronto Mail and Empire.
depend . dc r r' i.ari.f i'-n. r.eing pre-
fr-ri laedicin;:! bitter hcror
and pere and natural v ine.
rc-'C-ly c'.ei n?
.does not delil "
For etd "(
tilt phone lines, fired the gun. gandy
danced or in other words iaul ties
and rails, repaired the. locomotive.
etc. Join the navy and learn a
Joseph Trir.fr Company, . trade, eh?
S. Ashland Ave., C'hica- j I don't know whether I told you
or not hot we have a rather large
: gun or a cr and have been doing
fairly good work. Fave hr.d prcfy
good writings in papers, h?re in
Attorney I). O. Dwyer w..-. a pas
senger to Oaiaha thi- flternccn
where he io lookir.g nfter so:ne legal
hi:?iner3 for the afternoon.
Too Early for Him.
"Ho.v does your son like the army?"
"Not at all. He says they make him
g:-t up jat at the time he u-ed -to
-think about going to bed when he was
FARM TOR SALE.
A good improved 20 acre farm
2 miles ea. t of Murray, what is
known as the F. M. Young estate.
Good improvements. Possession"
can be had March 1st, 1018. En
quire of Lloyd Capon, Murray, Ne
A. W. Kline of Omaha, one of the
whole-souled - fellows, who sells pa
per' for the Carpenter Paper Com
pany ( f Omaha. wa in the city this
niorniug l icking after some busi-
III ilt I
CASE KEROSENE TRACTORS
Save Horses Fewer Needed
Case 10-20 Features
1 rulls the 14-inrh plows nny
whore a team can continuously
pull one plow.
2 5Iot powerful tractor in lla 50(10
pound lass. delivers 14 7-10
per cent morn drawbar horsepower
3 Hae 4-cylinder Case valve-in-head
motor head rcinnviililc
Burns kerosene Buct-esnfully ami,
econciDiically. Eflicient air strainer
prevents dust and grit entering
H Cut steel heat" treated transmis
sion Bears, enclosed and running
in oil. llyalt Holler Bearingd.
D When plowing, all wheels travel
on unplowed Rrouml. comttine.l
tire width 32 inches. Absolutely
no side tirafu
6 Friction clutch pulley with hratje.
regular equipment. Drives iOxliii
Caw Thrtslier with Mower, feeiifr
and Krain handler: Caso No. IS
silo tiller and other machines
requiring similar power.
7 The 10-inch idler can be quickly
clutched-in with a lever and used
at. an extra driver.
ARVESTIXG is micrhtv bard on
horses, sometimes cruel. You're liable
to ruin vour best. But this Case 10-20
Kerosene Tractor doesn't mind heat nor-lonp;
hours. Flenty of power to operate up hill if
your land is not level. The hitch is such that
-ou can cut a full swath all the time.
This means you can do all your harvesting at
proper time and run no risks. You can do your
own and a couple of neighborhood jobs.
This Case 10-20 pulls two 7 to 8-foot binders.
It burns kerosene economically while working,
and costs nothing to feed when idle.
Let us tc'l you all about this powerful tractor,
or others of the Case line.
10-1 Sand 10-20 Tractors How
Carried in Stock.
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counties, cities and villages where not resume their normal work fori Sunday guests of Dan I'anska and
the law is not enforced by local au- at leart two weeks. Vaccine, he said J wile.
Towns Adopt Measures
That Will Ering Disease Un
der Control ; Urges Avoid
ance of Crowds.
thorities, that the State Board of has not proved satisfactory, and is
Health assume authority and estab-jas yet in the experimental stage,
lish a local health organization at j i)uc to prespiration and the prox
the expense of the community in-. imity of the bodies, dancing is one
of the surest ways to spread the dis
ease. Neighbors should not be al
lowed in the sick rooni except the
nurse and physician.
kincoln. Neb., Dec 17. Rigid
quarantine of the homes of persons
suffering from Spanish Influenza is
the principal recommendation of a
program adopted here today ,by the
ebraska Hoard of Health.
All counties and citieA in Nebras
ka are advised to take this action in
an effort tc stamp out the epidemic.
The program was decided upon at
a conference of physicians and pub
lic health officers from all parts of
the state. It follows the Omaha
plan in the main features.
The health board estimates there
have beena ,500 deaths in Nebraska
from influenza since the disease first
Advise Use Quarantine.
The following resolutions were
adopted, prepared hy a committee
consisting of Dr. William F. Wild,
Dr. J. A. Jennison, of Harvard, and
Superintendent A. II. Waterhouse,
of Fremont. U1S
"Inasmuch as in some counties,
eities and villages in the state no
local -health organization exists, al
though such organization is already
provided for by law, we urgently
recommend that in such counties,
cities and villages, health boards he
organized for tha purpose of assist
ing in the control of the present
epidemic; and we particularly urge
all local health boards to enforce
the present laws relating to the con
trol of contagious diseases,- espe
cially as applied to the present epi
demic; and we recommend that in
DON'T NEGLECT A
Go after it with Sloan's
Liniment before it ct3
Apply a little, don't no, let ii pcx-.
ircte, anci good-by twian! Same fcr
external aches, pains, 6trains, tifncc3
of joints cr rnusclss, Limcnccs, bruises.
Instant relief without rnussincra or
soiled clothing. Reliable the biggest
Eetfing liniment year after year. Eco
nomical by reason cf enormous sales.
Keep a big bottle ready at all times.'
Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment.
Uncle Frank, we've seen the ness
volved, as provided by law, section
27U0. revised statutes of Nebraska,
1913. .Arid we recommend that in
these places where the local organ
ization is unable to cope with the
situation, that additional help be em
ployed at the expense of the county
r municipality concerned.
Regulations for Nurses.
"We strongly urge that each coun
ty, city or village organize a corps
of nurses, to be trained along prac
tical lines, to act under the instruc
tions of the board of health, to be
sent to be places where, in he
opinion of he board of health they
"We recommend that influenze be
considered and treated as ia quar
antinable disease, under the present
quarantine regulations of the state
')onrd of health.
Inspection in Schools.
"We recommend that . public
schools, as far as possible, adopt the
policy of medical inspection; where
this is not possible, that the teachers
00 instructed to send home any
jhildren .showing signs of. illness;
:.nd we also recommend that all
-employers of labor be requested to
excuse any employe who shows signs
of illness, recommending that a phy
sician be consulted, to determine the
character of said illness; and we rec
ommend that in case of said child
Dr "employe, if distance requires, that
a conveyance be secured for said per
son, in order to avoid undue expos
ure of the person himself and the
spread of the infection to those with
whom said person may come in con
tact. , .
Cut Out Gatherings.
"We recommend that all gather
ings for the purpose of pleasure and
all other unnecessary public gather
ings., be discontinued.
"We particularly urge the imme
diate reporting by every physician
or, if no physician is in attendance,
by the head of the hou.se, of all
cases of communicable disease, in
cluding influenza, and we recom
mend that in localities where the
secretary of the local board of health
cannot always be reached that a
suitable place be provided where
these reports may be received."
Ilefore action was taken Governor
Neville gave a review of the way in
which the officials tried to handle
the epidemic during the previous
order. Major Leader, of the War
department told of methods used in
Dr. Wild of the state board spoke
or dissatisfaction caused ly different
methods of fighting the spread of i
He said the duration of the disease
is from four to eight days. The tem
perature usually goes to normal aft
er 72 hours. ' Those affected should
remain in bed at least a week, and
Kanning Gives Talk. -
In the afternoon addresses were
made by Rev. W. Ik Moore, of Hol
brook, who did not believe in the
quarantine; Dr. Ely, of Ainsworth.
who was strongly in favor of quar
antine. Representative Trimble, of
Hazard, who thought the matter
ought to be left to the state board
and Dr. Conway, of Neliph, who was
for absolute quarantine.
Dr. Manning, city health commis
sioner, of Omaha, made an interest
ing address, prefacing his remarks
by saying that there were 250,000
people in C.liaha and 150,000 of
them have opinions regarding the
handling of influenza, and most of
them had given their opinions to
him. He w;is opposed to the quaran
tine as it applied to the handling of
the epidemic in Omaha. He believed
the most effective way to handle the
disease was to send people home at
the very slightest suspicion that
they were going to come down with
it and then keep them there until
long after there was danger. The
crowds should be kept down.
Activity of Germ.
Dr. Manning told of tests made as
to the distance the disease could be
communicated. He said that in or
dinary conversation the germ would
reach four feet, while sneezing or
coughing they were communicable
at 12 or 15 feet. He said the dis
ease -was hard to handle because un
like smallpox, diphtheria, scarlet
fever and like diseases, there were no
advance symptoms to indicate the
disease. lie opposed the general use
of the fu mask, except in the sick
room. He believed it more of a dis
ease spreader than a preventative.
Kenneth Tool visited over Sunday
with home folks.
Otto Miller and family spent Sun
day with C. Gurr and wife.
Carl Daumgartner is recovering
from an attack of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McDonald mo
tored to Lincoln on Tuesday.
Miss Catherine Tool was home
over last Sunday from Lincoln.
Frank Rosenow and children were
in Elmwood Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Lucille McKinnon, of Alvo,
is staying, at the Harold Tool home.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Will Rikili on Monday, Dec .
Mr. and Mrs. Will Reuma'n were
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schweppo
are the parents of a fine new baby
irl born last week.
Mn;. Georpe IJite, of Oakland, Ne
braska, came in Tuesday for a short
visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hite were Sun
day guests of the latters parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Arres.
Eniil Ktiohn and family, Mrs. Ik
T. Tool ate Sunday dinner with
Frank Rose now and wife.
Miss Clara Miner returned to her
home at Wahoo, Neb., on Monday
ai'ier visiting here for a few days.
Gayle Pickweil came down from
kincoln Saturday to visit home folks
cud returned Sunday evening.
Mrs. Louise fiornemeier is quite
sick with the "flu". Her mother,
Mrs. "George Hall, of Alvo, is with
Mrs. Alvin Ntitzel is quite sick at
her home north of town with pneu
monia, following an attack of Span
" Mrs. A. If. Schwab is improving
nicely but has been quite sick. Miss
Lola has .recovered from the "flu"
and is again in school.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Miller and son
( lark, also Miss Clara Miner, of Wa
hoo. were Sunday dinner guests of
Matt Thimgan and family.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Mockenhaupt,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mockenhaupt and
daughter. Miss Sue, spent Sunday
with John Arres and wife.
Mrs. Jay Hitchcock and daughter
Olga Mary, returned to their home
in Havelock last Tin rsday evening
after being here for the past two
weeks with relatives.
Gus Rauers came in from Camp
Funeron last Thursday, where ho
wa -, stationed for ionic time. He.
has received his discharge and i;s
once more a civilian.
Mrs. Jerry McHugh and childrfti
are in Lincoln with relatives. Her
brother, Roy, is in a critical condi
tion at his home, having Just re
turned from Hot Springs, Missouri.
Oscar Zink and family were Sun
day guests of A. J. Tool and faniilv.
while Harry Craig and family, also
Turner McKlr.nim and family, of Al
vo, were, their guests on Sunday af
ternoon. Harry Davis, of Topeka. Kansas,
is visiting with relatives and friends
here. Mrs. Davis and daughter Miss
Jcanetle have been here for some
time and will remain until about
the middle of January.
-Mr. and Mrs. August Glaubitz, to
gether with their car load of house
hold goods deft the first of last week
for their new home in Chappell, Ne
braska. They have made their home
here for a number of years on their
farm three miles east of town, and
will be greatly missed from this vi
cinity. Their many friends and
neighbors wish them good luck and
happiness in their new location.
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