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PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Children Cry for Fletcher's
fr"" ' " .its.
I rV Z V w AIL.
3Che Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
1 and has beea made under his per-
TjC y45J sonal supervision since its infancy.
ytayji -kcmZZ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " ore but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience agrurst Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine aor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant us for the relief of Constipation, Hatulencyr
"Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
th?refrcm, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowe's, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
iBears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
l"i in S.i t unlay'ii I'ally.
I.. Furlonj; of uM Kock muffs
was a visiter in the city this niorn
ing mining up to look after the
weekly budget of trading.
Frank Vallery was a visitor in
the city this afternoon coming; from
his home at Murray and had some
business in the county seat.
A. A. Schleifert of near Mauley
was a caller in the city this mom
ins coming to look after some busi
ness, matters at the office of the
county Judge. "
Mr. Charles Schneider of near
Murdcxk was a visitor in this city
this morning having some business
matters to look after at the office of
the county judge.
C. X. dine departed this after
noon for Cullom, via the Schuyler
train, where he will furnish music
fi r a dance which is being given at
the home of Louis Keil this evening.
Henry Utteiback ef near Cedar
Creok who has been visiting in
rijttMiiouth for some time, depart
ed on the early train this morning
for P.artlett. Iowa, where he will
rpnd Sunday with friends.
Ferdinand Henr.ings of near Ced
ar 'Creek was a visitor in riatt. -niouth
for a short time yesterday
afternoon, having some trading to
look after at the stores and was
visiting with his friends as well.
Ray Chriswei.-ser and family
drove up in their car from the home
between Murray and Nehawka to
look after ome business matters and
also were visiting at the home of
Mr. Chrisweisser's mother Mrs.
Ilennett Chris weisscr.
Irvin Babbitt of Tekamah, Who
has been visiting in thb city for a
short time, a guest at the home of
his uncle Geo. YV. Unman and also
attending the commencement exer
cises where his neice Miss Ethel A.
Babbitt and nephew Earl H. Babbitt
were graduating 'nst evening, de
parted for his home thij morning.
C. A. Harvey, wife and their s-on
Oliver Harvey who has just return
ed from oversea service were In
the city this afternoon from their
home southwest of Mynard. looking
after some trading, visiting with
friends and in the evening Oliver
departed for Omaha, where he will
spend Sunday with his friends.
Ralph J. Haynie one of the prom
inent farmers of this vicinity re
turned last evening from a visit
wherein business and pleasure were
mingled. Mr. Haynie has made an
excellent success of farming and
feeding cattle. He Is not only that,
but is a true American from the
ground up. and is so counted by all
who know- him.
Jeff Brendel of near Murray, was
in the city this afternoon on his
way to Omaha, where he goes to
visit with his father-in-law, Mr. J.
R. Vallery, who is the Immanuel
hospital where he underwent an
operation some time since, and re
mains in the institution, maintain
ing about the came condition which
is far frcm beir.ft encouraging.
This morning when the belated
train number six of the Burlington
arrived, about two hours late, they
were in a hurry and did not wait
for the people at the station to get
the express off. and while they were
hustling out the express, the train
pulled away, and Agent Clement
with his help were unloading the
boxes and crates of goods for this
city away up past the viaduct. They
sure were doing business in a hurry.
Frm Frllyp Datty.
Henry I'tterbach was a visitor in
this city this afternoon from his
home near Cedar Creek.
Henry Saunders departed last ev
ening for Cedar Creek, where ho
will help on the farm for a few days.
Mark White and wife, from south
of old Rock Bluffs were in the city
"nnflll Jl K.NTA I.ITI KJ OK TUB I'NITKn STATICS OOVEHXMKNT"
FARM LOAN BONDS
ISSUED UNDER THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT
Dated November 1, 1918
DUE November 1, 1938
Kcdi'ciiiablc at par and accrued interest on any inter
est date after five years from date of issue. Coupon
bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
nation; $1,000. Interest payable semi-annually, May
1st and November 1st. Principal and interest payable
at the bank of issue in exchange Approved by the Fed
eral Farm Loan Board of the United States government.
Exempt from All Federal, State, Municipal
and Local Taxation!
This exemption includes the Federal Income Tax and
income from these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
Chas. C. Parmele,
Bank of Ca&5 County
this morning, coining up to do some
Ira Bates, of near Cedar Creek,
was a visitor in I'lattsmouth last ev
ening, looking after some trading
for a few hours.
Elmer Chamberlain, who has been
visiting In this city for a short time,
departed last evening for his home
near Cedar Creek.
L. H. Puis and family were visit
ing in the city last evening from
their home at Murray, and were al
so looking after some business mat
ters as well.
Glen Boedeker of Murray, and
family were visiting in this city
last evening for a short time, and
Mr. Boedeker was also looking aft
er some business matters in the city
John Parkening and wife, of Ce
dar Creek are visiting in this city
being guests of Mrs. Parkening's
parents, M. Hild and wife, in honor
of the return of Mrs. Parkening's
brother, Kmil J. Hild. from overseas
service, he having been in Franc.'
for many months.
Walter T. Vallery of near Mur-
ray was a visitor in omana ior .1
short time yesterday, going to visit
with his brother J. It. Vallery who
has been at the hospital for some
time, but who while very ill seems
to remain in almost the same con
dition for the past several days al
though that is very bad.
This morning on an early train
Mrs. M. K. Buttery and little son
Joe. departed for Omaha and Spring-
held, where they will visit at the
latter place for a short time, and
will be the puet at the home of
Mrs. -Frank Adair ami Mrs. But
tery's mother Mrs. J. B. Archer who
is making her home at that place
at present. They will look after
some business matters while at
CANNOT FIND RECORDS
TELLING OF UNNECESSARY
U. S. LOSS IN ARGONNE
Washingtn. June ' 5. Secretary
Baker wrote Governor Allen of Kan
sas that he had been unable
to find in the Avar department the
official report referred to by the
governor as supporting charges that
the 31th (Missouri and Kansas) di
vision had suffered unnecessary
losses in the Argonne battle. due
largely to inefficient leadership.
Mr. Baker said it was possible
the report was in the records of the
army corps with which the Thirty
fifth was operating and that as romj
as these were transferred to Wash
ington further search would be
From TtiiirmlnVa P.u'v.
George Kreager from wes-t of My
nard was a visitor in I'lattsmouth
for a short time this afternoon, com
ing to look after some trading.
Julius Hilflicker was a visitor in
Plattsmouth this afternoon from his
home near Cedar Creek having driv
en in with a team to do some trad
ing. J. S. Hall and wife who have
been at Avoca for the past few
days visiting at the home of Mrs.
Hall's sister, returned home this
Lincoln Creamer from near Ne
hawka was a visitor in I'lattsmouth
for over night, and today coming to
look after some business matters at
the court house.
John Beuchler and wife with
their little daughter were visiting
in I'lattsmouth this morning from
their home at Cedar Creek, coming
to do some trading.
A. B. Tornoff of rear Cullom. wns
a visitor in I'lattsmouth. last even
ing, coming down to do some trad
ing and returned home on the even
ing Burlington train.
Louis Schutz was a visitor in
I'lattsmouth for a short time, guest
with his son John V.. Schutz and
departed this afternoon for north
western Iowa, where he is working
on a farm.
John S. Livingston from near
Green wood who has been visiting in
this city and also looking after
some business for a short time re
turned to his home yesterday after
noon. John Ilusche from near Cedar
Creek was a visitor in Plattsmouth
for a short time last evening look
ing after some business and return
ed to his home on the late Burling
L. B. Appleman was in the rity
recently from his home, in Alvo. look
ing after some business matters.
While hero he was a caller at th?
Journal ofliec. extndir.g the time of
expiration or his subscription.
John Vallery was a visitor in
Omaha. Nebr.. for the day, coming
from his home southwest of Mur
ray, and is visiting at the Imman
uel hospital with his father J. R.
Vallery, who Is reported as being
some little improved from his con
dition a few days since.
County Commissioner Henry J.
Miller of Alvo, who has been In this
city for the past two day?, meeting
with the other members of . the
board, looking after some business
matters for the county, with the
closing of their sitting. departed
last evening for his home in the
west end of the county.
Booze Is Not a Good Cure.
From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer!
v hen a man comes to you all
doubled up with pain and declares '
he will die in your presence unless J
you procure him a drink of whiskey,
send him to a doctor or else give
him a doee of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy. There is
mistaken notion among a whole lot
of people that booze is the be.t
remedy for colic and stomach ache.
TO SUPREME COURT IN
AUTO STEALING CASE
Lincoln, Neb.. June .". An appeal
has been taken t the supreme court
by Attorney Ben s. Baker in be
half of Morris Katelman. convicted
with "Red" Niv.J fur complicity in
the stealing of automobiles.
Kate'.man was found guilty in
the Douglas county district court
and given a sentence of from one to
seven years. He alleges ."S errors
in the court proceedings.
DISCOVER MILLION SHORT
AGE IN PRISON ACCOUNTS
Landing. Mich.. June .". A short
age of upwards of ? I. oo. ' in the
accounts of Jackson prison has .oen
discovered, according to a report
made Thursday by the iK'troit Trust
company to the special session of
the state legislature.
SWEETHEART CAUSES "
Chicago, June --Trailed by for
warding addresses left for a letter
writing sweetheart in San Antonio.
Tex., ("apt. John J. Dawson faces
trial by court-martial for desertion
from Camp Holabird. Leon Springs.
Tex., with mess and camp funds.
.aid to have totaled $."(). 000. ' He
had been sought since December lfi
last and today was taken by local
federal agents. He will be taken to
Fort Sam Houston.
WOLF OF WALL STREET
MUST GO TO PRISON
New York. June T. The convic
tion of David Lamar, otherwise
known as "the wolf of Wall street,"
for conspiring to prevent the trans
portation of war munitions from
the United Stater, to the allies, was
confirmed today by the United
States circuit court of appeals. A
similar decision was given in the
cae of Henry B. Martin, a member
of the so-called laborers national
peace council. Both men have been
on bail pending appeal. Thev were
originally sentenced to one year
each in the Mercer county (X. J.)
MONDAY. JUNK 9. 1919.
A Goocl Day's Work iMa
Get the most from your tractor in harvcrt time with
Perfection Kerosene Oil. It provides c!cn depend
able fuel for tractors and ail kcrosenc-burnm
Perfection Kerosene Oil gives the tractor r.tmost
power. Nothing in it -ct!c in vital engine prts,
clog operation, and result in shutdowns for repairs
or replacements. Gives engine energy t!i2t con
tinues all day without break or let up.
Perfection Kerosene Oil vaporizes readily burm cVn rnJ with
uniform power every gill of it. Its use will speed up brvcitinf
end save money.
Perfecrion Kerosene Oil is the same dependpble prec!uct tl.aC has
been used in your home for years, for cooking, lighting and
heating purposes. " u
Telephone our nearest agent and he r.iil arrange for immediate
delivery of Perfection Kerosene Oil i.i any quantity.
For gasoline burning machines use Red Crown Gasoline.
j STANDARD OIL COMPANY
kil 1 7?
, a ii
1 T. - m :. S. I -. -W
ERS' STRIKE IS LIKELY
Wall Paper. Taints. Glas. Tictur
Framing. Frank Gobe'man.
1 ill llilU II A
In our various lines of merchan
dise it is our aim to carry only cuch
goods as will give our customers
biggest satisfaction and economy.
So with binder twine, we offer
you Plymouth, the world's best
twine, at a price which will insure
satisfaction and an actual saving
Washington, June 5. Employes
of the Western Union Telephone
company in Florida, Alabama.
Georgia. South and North Carolina,
West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky,
Tennessee, Mississippi and New
Orleans. I.n who are members of
the Commercial Telegraphers union
were ordered to go on strike im
mediately tonight by S. J. Koken-
katnp. president of the organization
President Kokenkamp said the
strike order was issued in support
.f Atlanta telegraph and telephone
operators who went out several daya
ago, and asserted it would unques
tionably he followed by a nation
wide strike with a few days.
"I took the step immediately up
on learning that Postmaster General
Purleson has ordered wires returned
to the company." Mr. Kokenkamp
aserted. "Authority for it was ex
tended by a strike vote taken some
time ago. which ha.s been held up to
see if we could not negotiate ,a
peaceable settlement. It is very
likely that the strike will also in
volvo the Postal company."
The identity of the packing hous
es involved was not disclosed, Mr.
Imbrie stating that Mr. Hawkinson
would announce details of the mer
ger upon his arrival here next Mon
day. Mr. Hawkinson was chairman
during the war of the cottonseed oil
division of the food administration.
Mr. Imbrie stated F. S. Snyder
of Uostcn, former member of the
food administration executive com
mittee and head of the 'administra
tion's meat section would be an
executive of the new company.
mand of Gen. Francisco Flores.
They had stolen 11 army rifles sev
eral days ago and deserted. After
wards they looted and robbed farms
along the railroad. They were c;ip
tured by a detachment under the
command of ('apt. Juan Garcia.
Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion.
Spun smooth and even in size
from long, clean fiber. Full length
and strength guaranteed by the
Solid, handsome balls which
won't fall down when partly used.
We hat e a good stock, but see us '
early and place your order so tve can
reserve your twine and avoid possible
USE PLYMOUTH TWINE
PETITION ASKS FOR RE
OPENING OF AUTO PLANT
65 ARE INJURED WHEN
TROLLEY JUMPS TRACK
Milwaukee, June 5. Sixty-five
persons were injured, many serious
ly, when a street car ran down the
Sixth street hill about 6 o'clock
Thursday night, jumped the track
and fell on its side almost a com
The car crashed into the fire
alarm box bringing the fire depart
ment to the scene.
I?efore the arrival of every avail
able ambulance in the city, taxi-
calvs and private automobiles aided
bv the volunteer rescue party of
passersby extricated the injured
frcm the debris and rushed them to
emerirencv hospitals. All are ex-
"Some time in iOOft when I had
an attack of indigestion and every
thing looked piooniy to me. I re
ceived a free sample of Chamber
lain's Tablets by mail. I gave lliem
a trial and they were such a help
to me that I bought a package, and
I can truthfully say that I have not
had a similar attack since," wrics
Wm. D. Wisler, Douglassville, Ii.
"Wanted: Girl for general house
work, in small family. Must do
plain cooking; good wages. Write
Mrs. T. M. ratterson, riattsmouth.
Stationery at the Journal office.
Toledo. June f. A petition was
filed in the United States district
court here requesting the court to
order the reopening of the Willys
Overland Automobile Co. plant,
which has been closed since the
BUY COAL NOW IS AD
VICE OF GARFIELD
Chicago. June 5. Armed with
the latest figures supplied him by I
rioting in which two persons werejthc statistical expert Dr. Harry A.
shot to death last Tuesday. The pe- oarficld. federal fuel administrator.
tition also asks that a restraining j j,0nnd another warning to "buy I
order be issued to prevent the idleJcoaj now
workers from interfering with op-1 T(lP figures supplied by C. K.
crafions of the plant. Lesher. chief of the government s
The suit was filed by the Hail zoological survey, showed for the
Overland Automobile company oi I first five months oi
I . .. X 1 A
Chariot teville. N. C. bituminous production nmoumeu mi
The Dail company, the petition onIv a trifle more than 1 8, oon.ooo
charges), has a contract, tor a cer-
tain number of motor cars, nut ne-
causo of the shutdown of the plant
has been unable to have deliveries
INDEPENDENT PACKERS TO
FORM A GIGANTIC Mcnufcn
New York. June 5. Mrrprr. of
eight independent, packing houses
into one organization.- capitalize" bi
$165,000,000, to -operate in the
United States. Canada and later in
..nri,.s. was annoiiuwu
iWI ih .
. OOO AAA
tons. This romparru im - u.
000 In ID I S and ::(,'.'uw,wuu m
The statistician estimated that
fi.TO.OOO.OOO tons would be needed
for the year.
"That means an average produc
tion of 10,000.000 weekly," Dr. Gar
field said. "Hut our present average
Is only S. 200. 000."
SEE SIX MEXICAN BANDITS
HANG ON TELEGRAPH POLES
here by James I?nbrie. active
of Investment firm of Imbrie
Company. , .
Mr. Imbrie stated J. S. Hawkln
Mn. vice President of Nelson &
Company, had resigned his connec
ffl -ith that company to become
president of the new corporation
Nosales, Ariz., June 5. Passen
gers on the train arriving at the
border from Mazatlan. said they saw
six Mexican bandits hanging from
several telegraph poles alongside
the railroad track at Intervals be-
tween San Bias and Nacojoa. Sina
loa. The bandits were members
the garrison at Narojoa, under com
than an Umbrella
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keep dry all over.
Here's the king of all
weather-coats, bar none.
Made by the United
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Raynsters come in all
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Like everything else
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give absolute satisfaction.
Come in and try on. a
Raynster. You won't
be urged to buy if you
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