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PLATTSMOUTH ' SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
f AQX ttX.
THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919.
IVc im-itc YOU into t!ie
Dress Circle for a series
of "Comfort Talks."
NAINSOOK ATHLETIC. .75c to $2.50
HATCH 1 -BUTTON (Athletic) . .$1.50
This one button garment iz a "sure
winner" if you try it once.
POROSWEAVE, Va or whole
sleeve . $1.25, $1.50
MUNS1NGWEAR in mens
and womens, asstd. styles. $1.25 to $4
& CHILDREN'S AND CADETS
ARE TAKING AN
OUTING ON RIVER
From Wednesday's Dally.
Thomas Walling the abstractor,
who has been doing a heavy year's
work, keeping at it all the time, has
concluded to take a little respite,
and in company with his brother-in-
law E. J. McHugh, departed a few
days since for near South Bend,
TWO MORE OF
MEN GET HOME
XlmJ1 ETirtVtffi- C-fi'-riJ fr-l-'Lk rXIl'fr E.'iii.nml? . 1
8 V- U
Pay Day Specials! n
MISS EDITH TOMAN UNITED IN where they are located in a little RALPH SPAHNI WHO HAS BEEN
MARRIAGE WITH WAKE
75c to $1.50
C. E. Wescott's Sons
AT THE HOLY ROSARY CHURCH
summer house of Jerry McHugh 's of
Murdock, and are putting in a few
days fishing, smoking, reading and
generally having a good time.
IN SERVICE MANY MONTHS
AND PERRY NEILL
VISITED A SHORT TIME HERE.
WERE DISCHARGED YESTERDAY
Will Take Trip For Season, And Will
Be At Home To Friends
From Wednesday's Dally.
This morning A. C. Smith of Car- Looking Brown With the Sun and
After August 1st.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday morning at the Holy
Rosary church in the west portion
son, lowa. and Harry Keny or
Aurora, 111., an electrician working
for the Chicago Telephone Company
and a nephew of A. W. Smith, a
cousin , of A. C. Smith, arrived in
this city this morning enroute from
Mr. Smith's home at Carson,
Wind, But Strong, Healthy
COUNTY CLERK HAS
Which Are To Be Used For The Fur-l-cs.
of riscing in Nomination
Delegates to Constitutional
From Wednesday's Pally.
George It. Sayles. cminty clerk
lias received nomination blanks for
the placing in nomination candidates
f c r the pos'tkn cf delegates to the
const i. ut io:ial convention which is
t( ho he'd beginning December 2.
Tin blanks provide for the
placing on th ticket the candidates
with ii"t less than ;ie hundred
n:'.';u";. I:i ease thu'e are not more
tbaii three nominations r.inlc in the
county thou tlie names g on the
b::llut to be used at the-regular elec
tion, but if it exceeds that amount,
tiif-n a fpprial primary or r.r.minat-
daya ago to lock over some land
proposition that Mr. Hild has for
sale in that county. Ed. must have
been pretty favorably impressed
with that part cf tlfe state, as he
bought a 100 acre farm in Perkins
county. Crops are looking fine In
that section, with a small grain crop
that will be fully up to the average.
George expects to make another trip
west nest Sunday evening, and ex
tends a cordial invitation to all who
are interested in Feeing one of the
finest wheat crops in years, to join
the party and go with him. ("all up
over the phone and nnlie reserva
tion fcr the trip today.
WIIL TE AGENT AT 110. PAC.
Prom W,-l noviia y'R I"al!y.
T. Listen who has been Nthe
r.cent for the Missouri Pacific at
Klmwc.oii this county for pome time
pat. will lie the agent at Platts
mouth in the future. With the
rei?nr.tion of Mr. Harry Thomas.
wl.- went to Kalis City, the place
i i . a i r 1.1 t-
I tig clectir.n is held the 3rd TiK-;d:iv ' "rre P' llit" ""--
crter the Ut Mondav in S-Pt. which aml in tho Mr. Liston re
i n thfs ever.t would be Sent-rrber
H th. and the three hitrhe-t" elected , who had ake:1 for the Posi
ut this rrimary will be considered
While there is surresf ion from
ceived the office, he being the oldest
tion. He will shortly move to tnis
i - ? . l a i a- a t i H. ,1 ...111
candidates for the regular elec- " u,,u Bl
J c fi.r disposal, as was the ohice
t.tlur counties we are hearing of ; ttc t t TT-T(T?rPC:TPj
very little discussion here. The
n.iuio of C. A. Raw's wa.s spoken of
some tim since, but litll." interest rmn v-.i-.d . T,-"v.
se.-ms now manifested about the ! J. L. Thcmn-'f n t the n:to bridge
matter. lever the Platto river. a viiitor
I in the city for a short time this
TARM IN i afternoon and had to say that Mrs.
PERKINS COUNTY : Their p.-on v.iio has been sick for
! m;-ny months is making some im-
Fif.m Wedned:iy'n Dally. provements and at this time is able
C"o. Ili!d and Kd. Pecker return- j to sit up and is about the house,
e l home from Perkins county this ; which is good news when she was
morning, w here they went a few I so sick for so long.
of the city. Miss Edith Toman, the Council lilufTs, where he is going to
necrmnlislied daughter of Mr. and visit with Mrs. A. C. Smith who is
Mrs. Antone Toman, was united in J at the Mercy hospital where she un
holy matrimony to Mr. Antone Sadil derwent an operation a short time
who is an operator for the North- since and who "is now convalescing.
western railway at Wakefield. The
wedding was performed by an uncle I ABE 4,000,000 WORKERS SHORT
of the groom Father Xemetz. of Wa-
hoo. assisted by Rev. John Vlcek of
this city and pastor of the Holy
Rosary Catholic church, and was a
double ring ceremony. The rings
being carried in a small basket by
little Edith Toman a niece of the
bride. The bridesmaid was Miss
Bessie Holly of this city while the
best man was a brother of the
groom. Mr. Wencelslaus Sadil of
From Wednesday's Dally.
According to the compilation of
the statistics, by those who have
kept very close tab of the sit
uation, it is declared that when all
the boys get back to work in their
old places and all busy, there 'will
be a need of about 4,000,000 more
laborers in this country. Of course
Krom Wednesday's Da'ly.
Two mothers in Plattsmouth are
to I happy this afternoon, they being
Mrs. Rudolph Spahni and Mrs.
David Neill, for today from overseas
came a son each, tall sunbrowned,
manly looking fellows, with a
happy smile on their faces, at the
arrival at the end of the journey,
where mother, the sweetest name,
and other loved ones are. It looked
good to us to see these two great big
manly young men hop off the train
with a sparkle in their eyes in an
ticipation of the greetings which
was soon to be theirs. One a little
disappointed because the telebram
had not gotten home in time for
the greeting at the train, but into
a taxi he went with his baggage and
was off in a short time to see moth
Oar First and Only Sale
This will include new
Some of these hats are
actually worth $ 1 4.00.
In ;A JS
i a I tvi
r: v Jfi
-ALL AT THESE PRICES-
Omaha. Fcllowine the marriage
ceremony, there was a reception for labor to uPPy this four million
with four million mort workers
there will be a need of a lot more eTt and the other members of the
the day at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Antone
Toman. The young people will en
joy a wedding trip, and will be at
home to their many friends at
Wakefield after August 1st. The
bride Miss Edith Toman who is
well known to most of the Platts-
moi'tli people is the accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone
Toman, and a very popular young
lady, having many friends, as the
result of her kind and' genial dis
position. The groom Mr. Antone
Sadil is an operator, and an excel
lent young man holding the posi
tion of operator for the Northwest
ern at Wakefield .this state. . The
out of town guests at the marriage,
were Frank Janda. V.7. Sadil. R.
Sadil. P.. Vlcek and Mayme Shoup cf
Omaha, Mrs. Jolins end two daugh
ters and Misses Tillie and Anna
Kucera of Benson.
WAS VISITING WITH FRIEND.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Mrs. M. E. Steffins of Des Moines
who was a room mate at Lincoln,
with Mrs. S. Fay Smith, at the time
she was taking' a course of nurse
training, and Mrs. Steffins was tak
ing a business course, has been
visiting here for some days past and
this morning departed for her
home. Mrs. Smith accompanied her
friend as far as Omaha. and visiting
there with friends for the day.
ARE VISITING WITH FRIENDS.
IS DEPARTING FOR
fi j W. Gold Seal
Congoleum Art-Rugs make
any room brighter and cheer
ier. Their soft, harmonious
colors are pleasing to the eye.
They are really beautiful in
spite of their low cost.
No fastening needed because
the felt base has no tend
ency to curl or "kick up"
at the edges. Thesurface
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CM lu ft wwn tua I
is hard and smooth and wear
resisting. "The most durable
printed Jlocr-cocering" fitly de
AH Congoleum PrtxJucts now bear
a Cold-Seal Guarantee that insures
your money back if the service is
not satisfactory. Look for the
Gold Seal before you buy
any printed floor-cove rings
especially printed rugs.
z J&i, efSh
H.' 1 - SOEHGSICHSEEa "
rom Wednesday's Daliy.
This afternoon George Schissel,
who has been back from overseas
but a short time, departed for
Frankfort, S. D., where he was be
fore he departed for the war. He
slipped into the, city about two
weeks since on a belated train near
midnight and we had no not
ice of his arrival until we noticed
him going away again. This time
not overseas, but Just to the tasks
in civil life which had claimed his
George Lutz and wife arrived
this morning from Louisville where
they have been visiting for the past
few days, and are visiting here for
a short time with relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Lutz are making their
home near Oconto, where they are
farming on the Parraele ranch. They
say the country out that way is fine
the pasture good and the crops ex
Perry N'eill did not go from this
city, but has been counted as one
of the Plattsmouth boys, as he was
in the service most of the time since
his folks have been making this
their home, coing directly after
they came here. Ke was located at
Camp Pike, Ark., for a while before
going over, and went over near the
time that Robert Will did. He has
Just returned a few days since, and
was overjoyed to be able to see his
mother. , brother and sisters again.
Ralph Spahni and Frank Schul-
dice who went to the service togeth
er enlisting as engineers and have
stayed together during their ser
vice, arrived home on the same
train and were discharged from Cp.
Dodge yesterday at the same time.
They both looked fine this afternoon
as they goj off the train. Frank,
who. knew his sweetheart was work
ing Just across the street, went
around the other way in order to
Our First and ONLY Sale this Season!
imam r lhol
GZSSJ . GES
Miss Wilma. Reed, a young woman
who lived at the same address.
Williams was fined $50 in police
ccurt following the raid and his ar
rest, lie immediately appealed the
case to the district court and Judge
Redick discharged him without even
going to trial.
City Prosecutor Murray was pres
ent to represent the city and ex
pressed ihe fear that the nev.spap-
ers would heap criticism on him
and the citv administration if Wil
liams were discharged. He didn't
seem to think the city had much of
a case but he didn't want to run
anv risk of criticism. He told Judge
"Well, I'll take the responsibility
because I think there is no reason
under the law for prosecuting this
I. W. W. LAWYER WILL
STALL KIDNAPPING SUITS
young man, especially since he and
suprise her, but the sharp eyes of I Miss Reed are married."
the lady were the first to see as Williams who is employed in a
he appeared around the corner of refreshment parlor in the Athletic
SPENT DAY WITH FRIENDS HERE
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Burnes were made happy by a very
pleasant visit from the parents of
Mrs. Uurnes, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Jacobs of Omaha,- and a brother of
Mrs. Burns, L. F. Jacobs and wife
of the same place, who drove down
in their car spending the day with
the daughter and sister "and family.
In the afternoon they returned
stopping at St. Mary's lake near La
Platte, where they spent the even
ing fishing and returned to their
home at Omaha late In the evening.
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Good Auto Roads
'Roads Have Been Repaired
T. H. Pollock Bridge
the station. Frank was sure glad
to be home again, and fine looking
young man he is. having made good
as a soldier he is now ready for the
problems of civil life.
Ralph Spahni. the great big good
natured young man said, well I am
here. Shake, I will come down and
tell you all about it. I want tc
hurry up interste:n hill. now
over there is where mother is, and
the gallat soldier wanted to see deai
old mother, and why not, the boy's
best friend. .
Away he went with his pack ir.
his hand, striding towards that
home, where he is to meet the loved
ones. Well we are all giaa to nave
the boys back, and with everyone
who now arrives, the number tc
come is getting much smaller, still
there Is a lot of them yet to come.
club building, said he is considering
starting acti-rn against the police
for arresting him. He said his wife
still lives at 2106 Cass street.
I ATTT'TIVATI PTnTP TTJtWnTW1
BILL IN MISSOURI
Jefferson City, July ' S. sGov.
Frederick I). Gardner has signed the
'apital punishment law passed by
he senate cf the Missouri legisla
ture. The law becomes elective Oc-
ober C. or 90 days from date. As
finally enacted the capital punish
ment law restores the death penalty
by hanging .in Missouri. Capital
punishment was abolished by the
legislature of 1917. '
Douglas, Ariz., July 7. Charges
will be filed Tuesday against more
than seventy-five persons, charging
kidnaping in connection with the
deportation of some 1,100 alleged
members of the I. W. W. and sym
pathizers from Bisbee July 12. lit 17,
according to Robert X. French,
county attorney of Cochise county.
The charges will be filed, he said,
before Justice of the Peace Joseph
L. Winters of Lowell, a suburb of
Bisbee. He would not state the ex
act number of complaints to be filed.
Under the Arizona law,' indictment
by a gradn jury is not necessary in
filing criminal complaints.
Mr. French, as attorney, recently
filed thirty-one suits for $,".CO0 each
against firms and men said to have
been involved in the deportations.
AUSTRIA GIVES UP IDEA
OF UNION WITH GERMANY
Wall Paper, Paints, Glass, Picture
Framing. Frank Gobelman.
BAKER REBUFFS TOO
Paris, July 7. The Austrian gov
ernment has given up. at least for
the time being, the ha or a uni u
with Germany. Dr. Otto Bauer. t!i
secretary for foreign affairs, de
clared in an address delivered btst
week at the congress held by the
councils of workers, according to
the Vienna correspondent of the
"Austria, small and ruined." the
foreign secretary is quoted as de
claring, "could only exist by the
permission and assistance of the en
tente and that is why it was aban
doning the idea of uniting with
Germany at this time, as Austria
was not powerful enough to bring
about a union without the consent
cf the entente.
HERE ON A SHORT FURLOUGH.
NEW PRICES ON
OLIVER GANG PLOW
From Wednesday's Daliv. I rm Jm D. rAvTUKT
Tnhn Vovlon Ittnn. 1 11 I
Vu . L. . , a car load of seven Fordson Trac-
U1lth nf this fitv llca r!lliMl1 111 I
. , . . . . I tors, which we ordered some time
ji uia iiunie Hi me present ana nas
From Wednesday's Dally.
Anson A. Smith who has been in
the servtce for about nine months,
and who is located at Fort Riley, ar
rived in Plattsmouth this morning
for a visit with friends. Mr. Smith
is only on a furlough and will prob
ably remain in the service for a few
months yet. He formerly was em
ployed on the farm of Grover Will.
JOHN YARDLEY VERY SICK.
been confined to his bed for some
time. Yesterday Mr. Yardley who
is a man of near sixty years of age,
had six convulsions which were all
very severe, and with the weather
so excessively warm, makes the sit
uation very bad. Scott Hare an
ago and will arrive about July 20th
are all sold.
We are placing an order for an
other car load and prospective Ford
son Tractor purchasers should phone
us or see us at once and place or
ders for we will not be able to sup
New York, July 8. Secretary of
War Baker introduced himself to
one of his colonels while awaiting
President Wilson's debarkation
from the transport George Wash
ington in a manner' that probably
will heln the officer remember his
chief for many a day.
Mr. Baker was chatting with a
etoUd of reporters at the gang
plank when the colonel hurried for
ward nnd Grfvine the secretary a
brusque push, said:
"You can't stand here. You must
get behind the barrier with the rest.
This passageway must be kept
I happen to be the secretary of
war. Air. uaner answeieu m iw
tones, "and these gentlemen are ray
friends, who have been all day with
the official party. I think we will
Tiiov did. The colonel, who
p-rpw vprv rod in the face, saluted
and did not.
MAN ARRESTED IN BROWN
RAID IS DISCHARGED
BY DISTRICT JUDGE
Phones No. 53 and 54
uncle was called and arrived this ply the demand this'fall for this
morning from his home at Meadow, wonderful Tractor. ,
which is Just over the river from it
Louisville. It is -Hoped that Mr. T H. PnllflfiK Gnfafffi
j laraiey may soon show improve-I w" -
ment. 'Phone Vo 1 Plattsmouth
Omaha, July 9. District Judge
charted William A. Williams, one of
the men arrested at 2106 Cass
street, the night the flats belong
ing to Mrs. Thomas Brown Were
raided by, police several weeks ago.
Williams was married June 2 to
uIJE UNIVERSAL CAP
WITH BUILT-IN AT THE FACTORY
Self Starter; Generator and Storage Oat
(cry, Electric Lights!
The Ford cars now have all the advantages that the large cars
have always claimed and in addition the extreme low cost of up
keep and the advantage over all other cars in that in every city
and town is located a Ford Authorized Service Garage, where large
and complete stocks of Ford repair parts are always kept, and
where a Ford owner can always pet immediate service no long
waits to send to city or factory for repair parts, as is the case
with every car in existence except the "Universal Car" the Ford.
With these additional refinements added the Ford car will be
more popular than ever before and it will be impossible to fill all
orders promptly, therefore we urge prospective buyers to place
orders at once. First come, first supplied. The following pricej
are for the new Ford cars with complete Self Starter and Lighting
equipment delivered to purchaser, full of gasand oil and ready for
the road: Runabout, $634; Touring, $660; Coupelet. $817; Sedan.
947. Ton. truck with farm stock and grain body (no starter), $775.
WE WILL SELL NEW AND USED FORD CARS ON PART
-PAYMENT DOWN. BALANCE ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS AND
WILL TAKE LIBERTY BONDS AT MARKET VALUE.
T. H. .Pollock Garage,-
Telephone No. 1 . -:- -:- Plattsmouth, Neb.
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