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Azn To Be First
vhh the new things to lead in advanced, authentic styles.
That's why we take so much pleasure in presenting the
new and perfect-fitting ROYAL
They are typically Parisian in con
ception and contour and so charac
teristically ROYAL WORCESTER
in comfort and wear.
The O-I-C clasp which does not
pinch, break, twist, squak and al
ways stays flat is an exclusive fea
The Ladies' Toggery,
FRED P. BUSCH, MANEGER
PAINTED PGR- .
TRAITS FOR ST.
: J. D. V. PATCH OF THIS CITY AN
I ARTIST OF MUCH RENOWN
the fact rhat It J Is elevated a good
distance above Main street. Tliere
will be an abundance of pure alrj
jind sunshine and no danger of Hood
water filling the cellar. Another
nice feature of the location in this
particular instance is its closeness
to the Burlington shops, where Miss
Moore is employed, as well as to the
business portion of the city.
The new home is being built by
Bert Coleman, the contractor.
ASBURY JACKS OUT AGAIN.
WIRE BILL IS
SIGNED BY THE
ACT TO RETURN WIRE LINES TO
PRIVATE OWNERSHIP BE
COMES EFFECTIVE AUG. 1.
HE AND WIFE VISITING THERE
A,bry J' who was injure, APPROPRIATIONS APPROVED!
last Monday evening while coming
thorugh the subway, is able to be
down town this mnrnine for the
Will Spend Ten Days With Friends first time and i3 feelin& pretty sore
If your kiddies are
.', 4, T or 0 years old and could use
an extra wash suit, it will pay you
mothers to look over what we hav
in this line. We haven't, many of
each size hut you will find a sav
ing of about half. ,k
50c, $1.00, $1.50
Whom They Knew
THEY ALL HAVE THE FEVER.
Krnm Saturday' I-ally.
This morning we noticed a crowd
of hoys, young Americans, the citi
zens, of tomorrow, assembled in tLe
park near the Burlington passenger
nation, where the shade was the
il.icke.-:t. and were playing ball.
T!i-y did not have a bat, nor enough
to fill the bases, no ball, no mask, no
catching gloves, nor any accoutre
ments of the game, but had an im
provised ball in a "Hull Durham"
smoking tobacco sack, which they
had stufld with some soft material,
with which to distend and add
weight to it. and the pitchers, toss
ed the sack which wa3 struck at
with the hands and if a trike was
made away the little urchin went,
and ail that was necessary 10 put
bin out was to Foak him with the
bag. They seemed to be having
abo:t a3 much fun as the bigger
boys with real bnli., bats, mit? and
lot of young men. This makes an
even half dozen men at that house
hold, and tjie mother and three
daughters making the remainder of
the household. Thi3 makes a good
family, the parents with the eight
children and while John and his
wife and probably the children all
are good democrats, they are work
ing in line with the Roosevelt idea,
of preventing race suicide.
While in the city Mr. Porter call
ed at this office and advanced his
subscription to the Journal. He had
not been in the city for some time
and we were pleased to meet him and
the five other young men. Call
From Saturday's lally.
J. V. D. Patch and wife departed
last evening via the Burlington for
St. Joseph, Mo., where they will
spend some ten days visiting with
friends of former years. This good
ly couple spent some thirty years of
their life in that city and have
hosts of friends there, whom they
desire to visit. Before coming to
this city to make their home, some
thing over a year ago. Mr. J. V. D
Patch, who is a portrait painter.
painted the portrait of the Rev. J
J. Bently of the Methodist church,
and who has been a presiding elder
of that church for many years,, but
relinquished the ministry to estab
lish the first prctestant hospital at
that city the Ainsworth hospital
which he was the president of for
a number cf years. Somewhat of a
yet, being just able to get around.
He feels that there is a great deal
of reckless driving being done
about the city, the laws should be
enforced as regards the regulation
of the auto traffic.
Careful Consideration Being Given
to Many Petitions for and Against
Repeal of Daylight Saving-Law.
Rev. A. V. Hunter Home From Most
Pleasant Ten Days' Sojourn
at Columbus, Ohio.
From Saturday's Dally.
Rev. Al V. Hunter, of the Metho
dist church, who has been at Co
lumbus, Ohio, for the past ten days
attending the celebration of the one-
Washington, July II. President
Wilson had another busy day Fri
day. He spent many hours in his
office working on business whieli
accumulated while he was return
Ing from Paris, conferred with two
cabinet officers and late in the day
signed the army, navy, deficiency
and District or Columbia appropria
tion bills and the resolution repeal
ing the act under which the tele
phone, telegraph and cable com
panies were taken over during the
The president had before him the
agricultural bill with its rider for Wm. 0. Burbee of Union. Buys the
We have a-few
bathing suits we are closing out al
$1.00. This includes the entire stock.
They are blues with red or whiN
trimmings, fast colors and real bar
gains. Sizes :4, :m and 'S.X.
SELLS THE GARAGE AT UNION.
repeal of the daylight saving law
and the huge sundry civil measure
anniversary of Methodist 1 with appropriations for the shipping
arrived home yesterday. I board and the campaign agafnst
Union Auto Co. Garage
From T. H. Pollock.
Nearly "00,000 members of the J bomb throwers and other radicals.
Methodist church from the four cor-1 Many petitions both for and against
ceremony was nart at tne unveiling ners of tne Kjone have been in at- repeal of the daylight law were be-
V7ILL SFEND SOME
TIME IN WEST
IN COUNTY COURT TODAY.
From Saturday's Dallv.
The matter of the ectate rf thf
late Margaret Applegate of near
Union, was given a hearing before
County Judge Beeson this morning.
Mr-!. (JrHOP Applegate. of Union, and
Carl C. West, of Wyoming, being in
terested in the bearing. Attorney
C. L. Graves, of Union, was also in
attendance at the hearing.
Frf"n fJntiir1nv Tn!lv.
Mrs. O. E. Fingarson and little
daughter, who have been staying at
the home of her parents J. H
Donnelly for srr:ie time past, depart
ed this afternoon for Denver, or
rather Ft. Logan, which is a suburb
of Denver, at which place Lieut
Fingarson is stationed, and where
they will male their heme. Mrs.
J. II. Donnelly departed with her
daughter and granddaughter and
will visit there for a month.
JUST ONE-HALF DOZEN OF THEM
From Saturday's Daily.
This morning John T. Porter of
southwest of Nehawka, was in the
city for a shotr time, coming up in
bis car, and being accompanied by
his five sen?, Howard, Forest. Athol.
Floyd and Harry. They making a
healthy crowd, and a fine looking
SOON BE READY TO HARVEST.
From S:itur-!a v's Pa II v.
Phillip Hild from south rf Ce'lar
Creel: was a visiter in the city thin
morning driving i:i to lro': after
seme business ai.'l is just about
completing his harvest.' Phillip will
soon have his threshing machine in
the field and ready to care for the
threshing of the abundant harvest
which have blessed the country this
Journal Want-Adi Pn'
if Q hAj Jm Gold Scal
I I V GUARANTEE! J
I I ft iraw tw gsab wrrm f
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 "k
at the edges. The
is hard and smooth and wear
resisting. "The most durable
printed floor -covering" fitly de
All Congoleum Products now bear
a Gold-Seal Guarantee that insures
your money back if the service is
not satisfactory. Look for the
Gold Seal before you buy
any printed floor-coverings
especially printed rugs.
S Tr;T' ao c 'T '
of the portrait some time since.
Since the wife of Rev. Bentley has
died, and the Methodist ladies of St.
Joseph have had Mr. Patch paint a
portrait of her to grace the walls of
the building beside that of her
Mr. Patch and wife are taking
the portrait with them, for that pur-
tendance to date and the celebration fore the president and he was re-
is not nearly over vet. Moving pic-1 ported as giving this matter much
BOY'S TROUBLE COST
'ufs of the affair have been taken
by Thomas H. Ince, the popular pro
ducer and they will be shown to the
thousands who didn't get to see the
celebration personally. Rev. Hunter
feels that he has received a great in
spiration while away and he will
have much to say in his reports to
the membership of the many things
he saw at the centenary. .
Suffered Since He Was Two Years
Old Geins 1C Pounds On Tanlac
Now Well and Strong.
"My nephew, James Hogan, who
is fifteen years of age, has gained
sixteen pounus on laniac ana is
now a robust, happy boy after thir
teen years of awful suffering," said
Mirs Maggie Goldsmith. 2S0 Henry
Ave.. Memphis, Tenn. Miss Gold
smith has been connected with the
Joe Is. Ullathorne Seed C., of that
city for t wenty-sevei years and is a
stockholder and director in the com
"Ever since James was two years
old." continued Miss Goldsmith, "he
has been afflicted with stomach
trouble. Two or three hours after
eating, especially the evening meal.
he would begin to complaMn of se
vere pains in his stomach which
would increase until he would go in
to convulsions. These spells would
come on five or six times a month
and last about thirty minutes and
he would be unconscious for an
hour. Some said he had heart
trouble and others said it was ver
tigo. His condition keDt him down
to almost a skeleton and" it tvas
pitiful to see him as he suffered.
"His mother took him to St.
Louis, and many other places for
treatment, and we spent thousands
of dollars trying to find some re
lief for him but it was all to no
"But all that awful load of anx
ety and worry" has been lifted.
James is now a well and happy boy
and is going to school, and a few
ottles of Tanlac did it. He always
complained of having to take other
medicines, but he seemed to like
Tanlac and since taking five bottles
he is sixteen pounds heavier and
doesn't look like the same boy. He
wants to eat all the time and can
eat anything without it hurting
him. It makes us rejoice to see
James well and stout and enjoying
life like other boys. We are willing
to give our unqualified endorsement
Tanlac is sold In Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke & Co., in Alvo by AIto
Drug Co., in Avoca by O. E. Copes,
in South Bend by E. Sturzenegger,
In Greenwood by E. F. Smith. In
Weeping Water by Meier Drug Co.,
in Elmwood by L. A. Tyson, In
Murdock by II. V. McDonald," In
I,ouisville by Blake's Pharmacy, ir
Eagle by F. W. Bloomenkamp, and
in Union by E. Wr. Keedy.
PURCHASE A DELIVERY CAR.
From Thursday's Dally.
C. M. Parker of the firm of Peters
& Parker has this day purchased
a Ford delivery light trucK, ror tne
purpose of use In and about the
place which he owns southwest of
the city, making purchase from C.
H. Fuller. The car which has a
body for hauling light loads will be
very useful for many things which
Mr. Parker can put it to.
VISITING WITH RELATIVES.
All of the appropriation measures
signed by the president became law
immediately with the appropria
tions retroactive to July 1, but the
wire resolution does not become ef
fective until the end of the month.
when the properties will be return
ed to their owners. Under the reso
lution interstate telephone rates
established under government .con
trol will remain effective for four
months unless sooner modified by
state rate making bodies.
President Wilson began the day
with an early morning round of
golf with Mrs. Wilson at a country
club course near the capital. Re
turning to the white house, he spent
more than an hour at his desk and
then made an unexpected visit "to
the state, war and navy building to
confer with Acting Secretary Polk
at the state department and Secre- option for the purchase of the garage
tary Daniels. The president re- I building.
A deal was made Saturday be
tween T. II. Pollock Auto Co., and
Wm. O. Burbee of Union, whereby
lr. Burbee purchased the garage
busincr-s formerly owned by Ban
ning & DuBois and recently sold
to T. H. Pollock Auto Co., -Mr. Bur
bee taking possession at once.
The T. II. Pollock Auto Co., re
tain the agency for the sale of Ford
!r?, trucks. and tractors and trans
fer to Mr. Burbee the Ford author
ized service and repair business at
Union, together with a good sized
and complete stock cf Ford parts
and general stock of automobile ac
cessories and shop equipment.
Mr. Burbee is too well known to
need any introduction to the people
of Cass county and is known to be
a high class automoDiie mecnanict
and garage man and will without
anv doubt nave all tne ousiness ne
can attend to from the very start.
Mr. Burbee will for the present
have-his brother and his son assist
him in the business. Mr. Burbee
has secured a five year lease on the
garage which is a splendid new
buildinsr and has also secured an
Brown and wife, O. H. Black an.I
wife with their two daughters, Les
lie McKinney and wife and their
children, Beatrice, Bernese and Ray
Herring. They will expect to visit
all the places possible and will have
a general good time while away. It
is cool in Colorado, and an excellent
place to spend a week or so.
MRS. RICHARDSON DIPR0VING.
from Saturday's Hall..
Mrs. Gladys Richardson former
citizen of this place, but tjw.iak
ing her home at Omaha, has under
gone two severe operations at the
University hospital at Omaha, just
recently, and was critically ill after
the ordeal, but is reported as getting
along some better at this time, and
has hopes of recovery.
HAVE SOME MONEY COMING.
K"rom Friday's Daily.
Mrs. Ellen Mattison and son Ed-
vaid of Omaha, are visiting in this
city for a short. ri:v tV. guests at
the home of Mrs. Ellen Daniher
and her son B. B. Daniher, they be
ing Mrs. Mattison, a grand daugh
ter of Mrs. Daniher while son Ed
ward is a great grandson of Mrs.
Daniher and a great nephew of B.
maind in Mr. Tolk's office for more
than an hour.
Success to Mr. Burbee.
Polk to Leave July 21.
ne had with him a package ol
ofncial papers and while no an
nouncement was made, it was said
that the Mexican situation and
Wanted: Experienced bundle
stacker. 80c per hour. Jos. Tubbs,
J. W. Burnie was a passenger this
morning where he has in hand some 1 s and remained half an hour. Af
Warren Okerblom and family de
parted this afternoon for Omaha
where they will visit with friends
for the week end. spending the
Sunday with relatives and returning
peace conference anairs were home in t5me to take up their work
among those the president had de- tl fi f f n p .ppif
sired to discuss. Mr. Polk will
leave for Paris July 21, to replace
Secretary Lansing as the head of
the American peace delegation. Mr.
Lansing will arrive in New York
July 19, and will confer with Mr.
Polk before the undersecretary
Leaving Mr. Polk's office, the
president called on Secretary Dan-
WILL CLIMB THE MOUNTAINS.
business matters calling for his at
tention, and which he is looking
ter returning to the White House,
Mr. vilson was busy until late in
the afternoon, when he and Mrs.
Wilson went for an automobile ride.
No engagements were made for
the president during the day, but he
was represented as holding himself
in readiness for conferences with
members of the senate foreign re
lations committee and other sena
tors who might desire to discuss the
From Patrirdav's Pally.
This" afternon a jolly crowd of
Plattsmouth people departed for the
west and will spend some ten days
in the great oiftdoors of the Rocky
Mountains, seeing Denver, Colorado
Springs, will endeavor to cl,inib
Pikes Peak, and see all the wonders
which the mere ten days will per
mit. The party consisted or A. u
From Saturday's Dailv.
The old saying that one has to
die to beat the insurance company
is being disproven every day. Aslur
Clark, formerly of this city, but t;nw
engaged in the grocery business at
Los Angeles, is receiving from thv
Woodmen of the World some $20)
per year dividends, and has done so
for the past five years. . B. S. Ram
sey, of this city, is receiving one
half as much each year, his policy
being written for a smaller sum. 1m
October William Rishel will com
mence drawing $200 a year, which
is not half bad.
Good Auto Roads
Roads Have Been Repaired
T. H. Pollock Bridge
OF MUNICIPAL MARKETS
NEW PRICES ON
OLIVER GANG PLOW
F. O. B. FACTORY
A car load of seven Fordson Trac
tors, which we ordered some time The resolution attacked the big pack-
ago and will arrive about July 20th jers, alleging control of food products.
STUNT FLYER KILLED
Denver, July 11. With a declara
tion that "the high cost of living,
the high cost of justice and the out
rageously high fost of everything
is the naramount issue in the world
today," the convention of the Broth
erhood of Locomotive Firemen and .
Enginemen adopted a resolution urg
ing establishment of municipal mar
kets and cold storage houses to deal
in necessities and thereby to elimi
nate the profits of the "middleman.
IS BUILDING A NEW HOME
Phones No. 53 and 54
From Saturday's Dally.
Miss Nettle Moore is having a
new modern bungalow constructed
on the north side of the street , fac-
ing Garfield park, making a most
elegant place for a home, despite Phone No. 1
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
ply the demand this fall for this
Lawton, Okla., July 11. Lieut.
Charles W. Stell. Brownsville. I ex.,
was -instantly killed at a flying cir
cus Friday when hl3 airplane fell
from a low altitude. Stell met his
death while doing "stunts."
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
WITH BUILT-IN AT THE FACTORY
Self Starter, Generator and Storage Bat
fcry, 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 ail otner cars in mat in every city
and town is located a Ford Authorized Service Garage, where large
and complete stock3 of Ford repair parts are always kept, and
where a Ford owner can always get 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, nrst suppiiea. ine roiiowing prices
are for the new Ford cars with complete Self Starter and Lighting
equipment delivered to purchaser, full of gas and oil and ready for
the road: Runabout, $b34; louring, ou; uoupeiet, $817; Sedan,
J947. 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
"Tho Khonhprcl of the Hills" Is 9
good story that you will find on ealf
Plattsmouth! at the Journal office.
T. H. Pollock Garage,
Telephone No. 1 -:- -:- Plattsmouth, Neb.
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