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FIATTSMOUTH COII-WEEKLY JOURNAL ,
MONDAY. JULY 21. 101J.
CONDITIONS STILL ABNORMAL IN
THE TELEPHONE BUSINESS,
During the war c were all ail"eetel Iy the unusual prices
a:il I't'ten !v the scarcity t" the jjihkIs we needed.
A ue all know, in the year and a half the war lated,
li ices io-e rapidly and are still very high.
.And while prices kept going up, because of war condi
tions it became more and more difficult to obtain materials
aiif capable employees.
The telephone companies, like most other industries, were
hit hard by increased expenses and by the scarcity of labor
And things arc not yet back on a normal basis and
probably will not be lor some time.
While we hope it will not be long before all our former
employees are out of the army and on the job again: and we
expect soon to be able to get promptly all the equipment we
Still, the high price of materials and the generally high
operating expeti-es are problems that we shall no doubt have
to meet lor i-everal vears.
LINCOLN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
1- rem Ki i'iaj f ; I i y.
J. tuns l.ainbirt. of Ivjck Idilfts.
v-;is :i lrii' business visitor i:i I he
ity thb- mnrninjr.
.- p'i Sclit.it-T. of Louisville, i
i liiru i:i tln city at the home (
l.i lit plow. Frank K. Sehlaier.
. 1 r.eil. of i a -1 t.f Murray,
w ... a Inisiiit s i.-itor in 1'Iattt,
ii.niUli lT ;i ft . h.m.rs Ist ivtiiin..;.
;i Khodeu vva.s a vi.ilor in
I I . i ;(..c, it it tiiis morni:m. eoniiu;;
i'. : Mine tra.iir,,. ami ivturn
it ;: in i.ie 1 1; is .ifiiTnuon.
II. .M.i ;-". iiL'jr iv.l.ir "rie.
.! is;tr i:i I'l:.ltsiuci!tli litis
i i : 1 1 ; . .Jnvii.-, ::i with his lui,.v
; .. ! .nli " M'li.e irai'inji.
eph H.il.er i'.Iil uile til' n;ir
t !i:i ii. v.trt- in ihi-. ciiy this al'tcr
! t: -i v s i. ,r drivi-n up in their ear
I ! l.:.!'t r c iradi:;;;.
'1 I.. Wi ! ! ui m i i' I ,o.;i: i lb-, wa ,
.i "i ''-r m: i !:S !'; a inrt t
t' i -i i n-v ilri'.inu li.i'Aii in lct'.;
iii' r m-ii.-uu-.: tetv.
i ' i ii i 'j i !.! Ib-nnin;, and v.;V were
i.. i l.i r.iy ir a -liil.' veil rrdny
t-: . : i ; liters.
1.: diiva ii: v.i;!: (loir ear.
car lo look after Mime matters of
Nicholas Opp anil wife. oT Ne
havvku. were in the city last even
ii';; for a short t i mo. roniinji to brins
in a .al of poultry anl looking af
ter some other business matt its as
Marry ilinton ami wife, of Louis
ville, wi re vbitiny in this city last
evenin;:. guests at the tiome of Mrs.
Minion's parents. W. A. Oliver am)
wife, returning lo their home last
e ven in?.
Kreil Weidman. of I'lainv lew. who
has been visit intr here for a short
time, i turned this morning to his
li'i'ne. t'ler having spent tome time
villi Lis mother anil other relatives
Will Si-v holilt was a visitor in
I '!ai turnout h last evening, coming: to
li.i l. :iHr : onie busine.ss matters. He
intemieil j:oinu: u to Omaha, but
:;-.rcd it might rain ami so did not
continue the journey.
. t". Carey, isr. ami wife, together
.'. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i r son. Serfant A. . Car
: . of near Mynard. were visitors in
u: !: i hi -i
a .' ! '
:i vi.-.iter m
rn : r. . :m i . .
'. a 1 1 r o 1 1 1 1
a le.v hoi:...
rlur!'t. hitht" I
:n i .
: 1 : r:
: ! I it
v !., !:
I I .lit"
; (r 1 :
: an 1 .t..i.e ?li
of .Mi;rr:'-. v
j rial ismoul !i totlay. coining up this
i morning in look alter some trading
!v. it'.i tiie ioer.l merchants.
' fie-i. .Maston. of iJret-n woml. was
; a vi.-ilcr in Plattsmuuth this morn
, in;;, coming down via the LJurlinf;-
I"M ii Imili after tome business mat-;;-
a; :l.e '-::ri I'.-.m:-- and ino'.ii:
op voii'e I ;vv t:'a!i r-i as touehin
n;i .'o.ue inatters.
T i I . t Lambert I - re.'"rtel as be
in..; very sick at the home of his
sir-itT. .Mrs. .Ii.lni Smith. at old
IJock Hlufls. haviu-; s:me lime ine-j
j uvib I i;'!e an operation at a ho'-.-lir.-n
v i -.! in;; pi ;il ii Omaha, and from which
pa I dfpait'l !l'-r fully repaim'd his ;. U-t im"l
b'.nif 11. Iiiki- , ;,i i i-iicl h.
I a;: e.e. !i nt j r, j. . 'Iccurden of L'.roek. is
i vi-iiiiiK in this city for a short time
(-. imm miith-'the jL'ue.st at the home of her par
in the citv i:i-! nits ('. II. Smith and wife.
a has been
ii I j tiallh -
I vi Mil:
iinve-1 up m tin
Mrs. .lull n Tvviss and son L'alpii
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
'I rnli.-c nllractive scheme of Rocky Mountain
and Pacific Coast Summer Tours is now available,
v;Lh circuit routes that embrace the West's mag
I'.ei a lev.- I, ii rs lo Peuvcr. Colorado Springs and
I'lieido. the j:aievjiy ti hundreds of mountain
v!:'.vi:-ii re-orts and for auiomobile tours. Very
i vora hie fares.
THE BLACK HILLS
ui vmrnuG nnficn resorts
loiii.-.j laics lo the Hot Sprincs resort of the -Hills,
to Sheridan and K.iucliccter, in the Ijix
Morn mountains, and to (he Cody Way ranch
PA9IFI0 COAST TOURS
H;" whole I'aeitie Slope is embraced in the Summer tours.
Veil ran o ilirect er i:icluae lie I'acific Northwest. The
world's greatest summer rail tour is available, just as usual.
Abk your local ticket sigent to help you plan
yoir trip and furnish you with descriptive
booklet of pointa in whlca you are Interested.
and wife drove down from Louis
ville this morning and were look
ins after some business at the court
J. A. Kreuger, of near Cedar Creek
was a visitor in this city last even
ing:, coming to look after some trad
ing at the stores here, ami returning
home in the evening.
Henry Winkler who has been
visiting in this city for the past few
days Avas a caller at the Journal of
fice this afternoon and extended his
subscription for another year.
The children of Edward Ackerman
of Wymore, are visiting with friends
here. They were accompanied here
by Mrs. Gobleman, their grandmoth
er, who has been visiting at Wymore
for some time.
Edward Trumble and wife were
visiting in this city from their
home near Coleridge, and were look
ing at a farm with the view of buy
ing it. and returned to their home
Miss Loretta I'rop.-t. Mrs. .1. E.
Hallstrom of Avoc.a. who is visiting
here and Mrs. W. E. Propst. of east
of Murray were passengers to Oma
ha this afternoon, where they are
spending the day with friends and
George Brinklow from east of
Murray accompanied by his friend
Walter Sniffer, of Smithville. Texas,
who is visiting at the Hrinklow
hotue were visiting in Omaha for
the day. ami returned home on the
A. 11. Englekemeier and two tons
Walter and Herbert, and two daugh
ters Lena and Alvina. were in the
city this morning from their home
west of Murray and were looking
after some business matters for a
shcrt time, having driven in with
From Tlnirsilay's l'allv.
J. Ii. Seyboldt. of near Murray,
was a visitor in Platte mout h la.-t
evening, coming to look after some
matters of business.
Mrs. S. A. Parker and two daugh
ters were vi.-iiiug in this city 'la.-t
evening, coming from their home
west of Mynard to look after some
trading for a siiort lime.
A number of Piattsmout h peojd
were in attendance ;t the band con
cert at Louisville last night. K I
Sehulhof is leader of the Louisvii .'
band and he has the boys well train
ed in the art of d courting music.
Earl I'aiiicr ami wife, of liavli:i-'.
Wyoming, who have been vi-dting in
this city for a short time, guests at
the home of Mr. lVuzer s sister. Mr;.
K W. Knurr and husband, dep.'.rti i
tiiis merniiig for their home in W.:-
Jamt ; Henderson and family de
parted 1-jsi night for Koch Pori. 1'-linoi-.
where they will vi. ii i - ;
week at the old home, both ban
lived there in their childhood !;:.
and they slill have numerni;; r-la-tivt.s
there, at whose home-; they
Henry A. Si h neider arrived hone
this fnreiieon from an alncmje i
t n wt'iv.i. during which time he at
tended the nilional Elks on vent ion
al Atlantic City. N. .1. Mr. S.hiui'i
er savs the convention was one i"
the most enthusiastic he 'has ever
attended iMid he has been to sev
eral Elks and otherwise in Win
Mrs. A. i; Vogcl and two child
ren, of Omaha, who have been visa
ing in this city for the past few-
days, guests at the home of Grand
father and Grandmother C. L. Diet;:,
departed this morning for their home
in the metropolis, after having h:-d
a most enjoyable visit. The littie
f lks were rather loath to depart,
evincing a strong desire lo rem. tin
for a longer visil with tlnir grand
parents. Krniii S.i I iirilay'.s liaily.
Charles Schwab from near N'e
hawka was looking after some iiu: i
nesK matters in the city today, hav
ing driven from his home in his
Nicholas Opp of Nt havvka was a
visitor in this city for a short time
this afternoon, driving up in his car
to look after some business matters
1 eidiuand IkiiningH of near Ced
ar Creek was a visitor in Plat tu
rnout h this afternoon having driven
in -with his car to look after some
H. A. Young and wife of near
Murray were in Omaha for the
morniug and returned to this city
this afternoon, where they were do
ing some trading.
John True of Cedar Creek was a
visitor In this city for a short time
this morning coming to look after
some business matters at the office
of the county clerk.
George Lnts of Louisville was a
visitor in. Plattsniouth this morning
coming down to look after some
business matters and also is visiting ;
1 with his friends for the day. . j
. James Stander was a visitor in
Plattsniouth for a few hours jester-!
day efternoon, coming from a trip
to Omaha, and departing for his
hone on the early afternoon train.
James W. Holmes departed this
morning for Lincoln, where he is
looking after some business matters
for the day and will also visit with
his son who is now staying at that
Phillip Morn sr. of near Cedar
Crtek was a visitor in this city for
the clay, coming down on the train,
ami visiting with his many friend3
here, as well as looking after some
Rudolph Hanse', who has been in
the mountains for the pest ten days
returned home la ,i evening to re
sume his work with the Burlington.
He enjoyed a great outing in the
very heart of the Koekies and v;:s
down close to nature.
Miss Anna Kys departed hist even
ing for Malvern. Iowa, where she is
spending the week-end with her
friend. Miss Marie Svoboda, who is
spending her vacation there assist
ing her brother. Prank Svoboda. in
the conduct, of his bakery.
Mrs. J. K. Valhry and daughter
Mi.ss Doris, departed this afternoon
for Omaha, where they are visiting
with J. K. Vallery the former's hus
band and the hitter's father, who is
convalescing at the hospital alter
having been there for some time.
George S. Kay. from east of Mur
ray, was in the city last evening
and purchased a new plow from th-r
John V. Gorder Implement company,
which John Bates took out to the
farm for him with the delivery
truck, and the plow is now doing
its part on the Ray farm.
Andrew Morrow and wife, of near
Burwell. were visit :ng with friend
in Iowa, having mad:' the trip in a i
auto, and on tln-;r return came v;a
IMattstnouth. visiting old friends and
re! it ives here. They were guests at
the homes of A. .1. Snyder. G. W.
Snyder and '. L. Je;;u. Mrs. Morrow
being a sister of the Snyder broth
ers as well as of Mrs. C L .lean.
;;. .1. Bukacel. a In-other of Mrs.
Aiitene Klabines of this city, who
has just returned from the service,
having put in jast eighteen mouths
ivv.-eas. and counting the i!;ik' coin
ing and i;..ing maV:i"g it nearly
1 ;t iinnths away fmrn Am -r e-t.
has been vidting in the city for the
past few days with his sister and
lamdy depuled this afternoon for
hi hi.rr-e at Clnrl-.sou. Mr. P.u'i-.aek
has seen some of the lin-s! severe
ig!-ri!.g in the war being for ig'n'
mi r.tl :.s on the ueti rn front at
S:. (J'.-entiu to Verdun and was fort
t:i:;iie ll;. i! he in ver received a
7.71 L HCT.D JKTFJ1-
AHEAD OF IIS
CARNIVAL WILL HOLD FOUTH
AT EALL PARK FOLLOW
ED BY CHAUTAUQUA.
LET ALL ENJOY THEMSELVES
Ball Boys Sponsoring the Carnival,
Which is Said to be One of
Best on the Road.
From Sal ii i il.iy s Iaily.
Plattsniouth is in for a fortnight
of pleuMire, commencing Monday.
All next week the Capitol City
Amusement company will hold forth
in the Red Sox ball park at the foot
of Main ::trcet, with uoine twenty or
more attractions and a dozen fea
ture acts. This carnival company
is deelaerd to be oue of the best on
the road and the week's entertain
ment is being sponsored by the ball
team, which imurcs a good clean
show being staged.
The 'arnivi'l company is expected
to ;.rrive here some time tomorrow,
ami the late afternoon and part c.f
.Monday will be utilised in betting
up the variom- shows and attrae
rioiis. The ball pari: will be light
ed with large electric lights and a
vtritai.de midway will assume pro
portions in-fore time for the opening
H has been two years vince Piatt. -mouth
has had a carnival, the hist
one here staging its shows on t by
streets. So. doubtless, loral people
will welcome the coming of this at
: rat t i n and see that it does not go
iv. ay with empty coffers.
Tin; closing day of the carnival
i.s a !o opening t'y of the Chaut.iu-
j-.ia. vvnii u vviii co
v.-hiili v.iil continue for
lays. i: pi chilly good talent
lieen jir.e, ided for this year's se
.t ud the adViii.ee sale of
t ; favorable to one
haul a if ;;a
mi i -. j I I . t v
;i::ce i'nion ".ill
m i -t i ti g 'i next
! ! : - v es.
iiold an interesting
, at the In. me of Mrs. R. P.
it vh!i'i time Mrs. M. Wlo-
Jan will act as
tw i st r in. -, t o
is t i mei ti.
il" t he it t.rder
a' which on" if
is- i ' a ti t ho t e.-s. t he
, t h rr. Tiiis meet in g
ue on t lie date of ?Ir
t hi na! ional ire" i d en I
hirlhday. An ex
has I'd n perfect i d
I he feat urei of I he
afternoon will be an address by the
Rev. II. G. Mi I !; -y who was
delegate lo the national eonventb'ii
of the anti-saloon league, he speaU
ing on lh-'t ubject. an.d will giv1
some oi ins oiiservat ions at ine ir
tiir.al convention. The afterio'on
promises to be one of nioch interest
SUES TOR OVER THOUSAND.
e-.e on til k
f the larg-
e.er in attendance at
in Plat tsmoiii h. The
celebrated humorist. Rob Seed-, i-.
ihiuuled to appear on the opening
night, and all are cautioned not to
miss te.it. on his mirthful discourse,
entitled. "The Way it Looks from,
Season ticl.ct:. lo the cliaulaiupia
ire on sale at $2.r. for adults, phis
he ID''.' war tax. and to attend the
"ogr.: m ' on the single admission
!.l.n, v.i.;:l 1 (o l iiiiir; !h' a twite a
::i;:.d'. This tact alone is si:i'iei.-,:t
irguuiei't tn favor of the huviag of
,s.;e.on ticke ts, v. Inch are good among
any member of the holder's family.
S i, Pla'tsi; outii poopK are due for
a fortnie.l't of pleasure, and doubt
less will avail themseivis nf every
ipporiuniiy for en joy.iient .
It h.o; been sugge ted bidding .i
Ulgte.il houie-couiing day, pos.silly on
!it Sa i ii rda v. the closing day el
'ho carnival and opening day of I he
.-kaiitauoua. Further arrangements
to this end will be chronicled in
1 he coiiieins ef t lie Journal.
l-'i-'iin Siil urilay's l.iilv.
The Rank of Cass County has sued
Fred Wynn and Adidph Gtuse for
sotiiet hing over a thousand dollars
on a joint note given by these two
gentlemen, on which I hey have not
leceivcd the payment, aii-liough it is
long past due. Suit has been
brought in the district court for the
enforcement of the payment of the
Summer Complaint i Children.
there is not. an v thing lihe so
many deaths from (bis lisea:-:e now
as before Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy came into such
general me. When this remedy is
given with castor oil as directed
and proper care in (alien as to diet,
it is safe to say that fully ninety
nine out of every hundred cases re
cover. Mr. W. G. Campbell of But
ler, Tenii.. says. "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy for summer complaint in
children. It is far ahead of any
thing I have ever used for tiiis purpose."
CHICHESTER S FILLS
TUB IMVVicM' I:HAi. y
.mill-Hi Aftkycni llmia.O"f i
CliWLM..r i lilammia Til n J
III in I'ril an I .otJ mwallicYVy
!.. i:h HIlo Rll tion. v
T-iLa .... ... 1. Ii, iv nf V
l'Toiit Ha I iinla y'n r.-iily.
Tiiw rvi niii-j- Claud Cavetidcr of
New Market returns home from ser
vice of nearly a year overseas. Mr
Cavender i the brother of Clyde M
Cavender the operator at the Rur-
lington here, and will be remember
ed as having visited in this city
with his father last. year. Mr. C
M. Cavender of this city could not
get away to go greet tiie brother.
lint Mrs Cavender denarted this
morning for New Market to greet
him on bis arrival and welcome him
home again with the others of the
WILL SOON REMOVE
Krniii Sa I ii nl.i v'a T:i l'v.
G. Ii. Olson who is located at
Junction City. Kansas, at this tune
arrived home last evening and visit
ed over night and today looking
after some business matters. ana
will return to Junction City tomor
row, -when he wil 1 begin the packing
of the material and gootls vvnien
they have at the plant at that pl.iCL-
f,.i. liliininonl and will retlllll to
Plattsniouth. The work ot ocmoo
ilizing the troops is getting pretty
well along and the excellent husi-
ness wnicii nas come t me "u
Photo Company is soon to cease en
tirely at the cantonment, with his
return here he will push the busi
ness here harder than it has been
possible with having to be away.
. r- ill . IfLw ,m m
1$ ii.:-j 7 j::jS. i'u.i V. f,.,' vj That's what vou'll find in the Jour
SC10SyCf.,eC,jTStVP.V,.'.,:iWE al- 15c Per week delivered.
j All the news when it is news
ALCOIIOb-3 re t CENT.
Fct Iraarits fin tl Ch ildrcn.
Mothers Know That
Genuine Ca itoria
1 lino Unmads and Bovv.-lsJ pn y.
' r.!;,'.-rfu! vss and UcsLCa'Jito
I neither Opium. M''ph;"cni!r
fit htilr Sai!
M SUand Diarrhea. fi
VjOl 1 (.- j
'-: ! Tr.oFiLFtP
.; l i r
!.'.: ;u t doy cf Wrapper.
tmc ciT.ivn r.cr
Ft vctn f.
Summer Comii'aint Quickly Relieved
"About two years n;io when suff
ering from :i severe rttacl: of j-um-mor
coi.iphun' . I took Chamherlr.in'o
(" lie and I ia rrhoi a Ui uiedy and it
relieved me almo.-t iiisnnitlv,"
writes Mrs. Ilenry Jowett. Clark
Mil!. N. V. This is an excellent
remedy for colic and diarrhoea and
tho'uld ), kept -.it hand by every
We invite YOU into the
Dress Circle for a series
il " 'mi 1 our Talks."
has mvich to do with his peace of mindv
and comfort of bodv
HERE'S WHERE WE GET IN
tfsir.Eook, knee Ic-nc-ih. all eizcs. zA
7t. 1.00, $1.25. $1.50, $2.50
Po:csvcavc tiie cooleit liiii ttcii jjarmtnt. nt
vi.50 j)cr suit; 2 for ?.;i..9J
Balui'i;vr.ni ihovl c;
sleeves, onkle ov
tlnce quarter length $1.,00 to $4.00 y
FANCY SUMMER HOSE
35c; 3 for $1
" w. f .w- r : n m i t i v : n
n .'.H:,.. K'-'S i".i
S It l :sltL .V.-,- h-i
hup kill 1
RAG BAG (
IF THIS UNHAPPY WOMAN HAD PUT HER MONEY IN OUK
BANK, INSTEAD Or HIDING IT IN A RAG BAG, SHE WOULD
HAVE IT NOW.
BURGLARS HAVE A WAY OF SPOTTING THE HOUSE WlltHI.
MONEY IS KEPT; THEY KNOW WHERE TO LOOK FOR IT AND
THEY WILL STOP AT NOTHING, EVEN MURDER, TO GET IT.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK AND BE FREE FROM ALL
YOU WILL RECEIVE IN1ERE3T ON TIME CERIIFICATLS.
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