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THE HANDSOMEST TIRE MADE
White side-wall Red Tread
DEATH OF MRS.
H. A. SHOEMAN
IS SURVIVED BY FATHER. HUS
BAND AND ONE SON HAD
TO BE BURIED ST SPRINGFIELD
Her Love of Flowers and Children
Pronounced Many Will Miss
Her Member R. N. A.
From W"ptlppiiay s Paily.
Mrs. Henry A. Schoeman died at
her home on High school hill last
evening at 7 o'clock, after an ill
ness extending over several month..
Rosalind Victoria Kcaton was
horn at Morristown. Indiana. Decem
ber 12. 1ST 7. When she was four
years of ace she came to Nehraska
with her parents and since then Ne
braska has been her home. In her
early womanhood, she was united in
marriage to Oscar Rradel. One son.
Glen, was born to this marriage. In
November, 1906. she was united in
marriage to Henry A. Schoeman.
Who Works for You? Why?
Do You Carry Insurance?
Why Use a Check Book?
Pnnrirlpnrp that's the answer. Generally speaVIng th American people are trustful.
VOnilCICIlCC The very nature of the government and of business practices tends to teach
TTT1!' eonfldence. Taken inte daily practices it makes for better society, strong friendships and
"V KeTOltant upon the war there has Rrown tip a feeling of economic unrest. In Russia the
; ! spirit was capitalized by' Lenice and Trotsky and is known as Bolshevism. In America it is
v. Socialism, I. W. W.'lsm or Anarchy. But It differs In degree; some are disciples of Karl Marx,
"V", while some are the willing follower of A. C. Towuley, Non-partisan league dictator.
r A prominent physician told a patient that being sorry for one's self Is the most difficult
disease to cure. The preaching of the Socialist agitator tends to make the prospective victim
sorry for himself, breeds
A Constitntional Convention will be held In Nebraska la December. Nominating petitions
must be filed for delegates by August 9 election in November. Who will represent you at that
convention? Who would you hire to manage your business if you were sick? Better apply the
rame reasoning to the election of a delegate to the convention that you would to the man who
handles your money or your hordes I
There is danger that a dominant minority may control the convention and dictate
policies to a subservient majority.
Tne Ifew Nebraska Federation nrges the election of delegates who are broad enough to legislate In
the Interests of all the citizens of the state; men who are actuated by patrlotlQ intelligence rather than
THE NEW -
p. G. SMITH, President,
pzzMf MM. i X
Big mileage Fabric Tires
built with an extra ply
and a heavy tread Big
tires with mileage com
parable to that of Cords.
Three years ago Mr. and Mrs.
Schoeman came to Plattsmouth to
make their home and during the fe'v
I years of residence here she ha?
made many loyal friends. She was
a member of the Iloyal Neighbors
nrnl held the highest olfic-e in the gift
of the local order. Her love of the
beautiful was very pronounced, and
especially did she demonstrate this
characteristic in her c:ire of flowers
her devotion to all children.
"TIiom shalt love thy neighbor as
thys If." was the command of which
she ordered her life.
On Tuesday evening, July 22d. at
7 o'clock. at the close of a most
beautiful summer day and after sev
eral months of suffering, she an
swered the call of her Maker. A
father, husband and son are left tc
mourn her going, her mother and
infant son having preceded her sev
eral years ago.
Funeral services will be held at
the home on Ninth street tomorrow
(Thursday) afternoon at 1:.0. The
remains will be taken to Fpring
tield. Nebraska, for interment, shorr
services being held at the Methodist
church at Springfir Id at 4 o'clock.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Est of Riley Hotj..
-I Coates Elock,
-l- Second Floor.
disconteut and promises a paradise
If yon are interested in the purposes
Federation we solicit your membership
of the three classes $1, $5 or $25.
W. T. THOMPSON, Lincoln,
Chairman Executive Committee,
DISPOSES OF HIS NEW
FORD COUPE YESTERDAY
From Wednesday s Dally.
Maldon llrown. the genial clerk
at the Crnbill jewelry store, who pur
chased a new Ford coupe a few
week.; ago, and has had much en
joyment out of it, disposed of tin
car yesterday. James Mauzy beii.g
the purchaser. "Iirowney" takej
excellent care of a car anil the one
lie disposed of was just as good a-,
the day he bought it. Mr. Mauzy
has been trying to get delivery of
a coupe for some time, but the scar
city of this model prevented him from
doing so. Accordingly, he was glad
to pay a bonus for the car possessed
by "Urowiiie," in order to acquire it
before the season is too far advanc
ed. It will seem funny to see Mal
don walking, but we wouldn't bo
surprised to again see him at tha
wheel in the near future.
WAS CALLED HOME.
Yesterday Charles Lamsildo, of
Oettys, South Dakota, came to this
city, having some business with
Vaclav Dvorak, concerning a trace
in some lands, and having but Jui;t
arrived here, he received a telegram
calling him home immediately. Not
waiting to consummate the deal
which brought him here, he depart
ed for his home in the north, and
will return to continue the negotia
of chaos iustead of organized
HORACE M. DAVIS, Sec-Treat,
k Ord, Nebraska.
APPLICATIONS OF EIGHTEEN FOR
AUGUST 12 TO BE BIG DAY
Eegree Staff of Omaha Lodge Prom
ises to Come Down and Ex
emplify the Work.
Kiorr. Wednpsciay's Ha'Iy.
Plattsmouth Homestead. No. 2054
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
held an unusually interesting meet
ing last evening in its hall in the
A. O. U. W. Temple. Eighteen new
applications for membership were
presented, all of which were passed
upon favorably, and a class adop
tion followed. This is the first re
sult of the membership campaign
now conducted here by District
Manager M. P. Jacobson. Mrs. Ed
ward F. Grybsky was presented with
the first check won in the cam
paign. Mr. Edgar Michener of Omaha,
the state manager of the Yeomen,
announced that he had secured the
promise of the degree staff of
Homestead No. 1400, from Omaha
to come to Plattsmouth and exem
plify the work. It was unanimous
ly voted to invite the degree staff
here for Tuesday. August 12, at
which time the district manager,
Mr. Jacobson promises a st ill larger
class for adoption. Flans were im
mediately begun for a royal wel
come to and entertainment of the
Omaha tenm and of the new mem
bers. Visiting members from abroad at
the meeting last r.ight were Mrs.
Bertha Salvatore. of St. Paul. Minn.,
and Mr. Edwards of Olenwood. Aft
er a few short arousing talks from
the members and visitors, adjourn
ment was taken to the banquet room
whero liberal refreshments were
served by Mrs. Grybsky, the I.pdy
llowena of the Homestead, assisted
by Mrs. Fred llnmge and Mrs. Be-ssi-
N. Gravett. the geust of honor of
the elusion being Mrs. fi.'.vatore.
Later in the evening Mrs. Salvatore
favored the members with several
beautiful solos. Chorus singing and
dancing followed when the member?
parted toward midnight they
all were agreed that they "could
hardly wait for Yeomen night to
GONE TO THE LAND
OF "SHOW ME
From Wednesday's Dally.
M. S. Briggs. the reporter on this
paper, has been called to southern
Missouri on some business which
will claim his attention for t lie re
mainder of the week and departed
During his absence his daughter
Miss Crete Briggs will do the work
in his stead. As the work in a
measure is new to her we are ask
ing that all who may have any
news, during this time, call the of
fice, number six three rings and tell
The matter of making a news
paper, is not the easiest of jobs on
easy street, and what courtesies may
be shown, during our absence will
be appreciated by both the new re
porter, the old, and the paper as
well. We thank all in advance for
all they can do in making these is
sues eclipse all others.
MAKES PURCHASE OF A FORD.
From Monday's Dally.
E. A. Nelson, of northwest of the
city, has just purchased a Ford
automobile, which he is at this time
getting acquainted with, and which
he finds he is compelled to have on
account of his being so far away
from the city. Mr. Nelson, who has
had the machine but a short time,
has already mastered it, and likes
the ease with which he is able to
PURCHASES HOME AT CHADRON
From Monday's Dally.
George McDanlel who has been
visiting in this city since last Sat
urday evening staying at his home,
returned to his work at Chadron
this afternoon. Mr. McDaniel has
been endeavoring to rent a place to
live in at Chadron for some time,
and not being able concluded to
build one, but not being able to find
carpenters which he could get, he
has made purchase of a home.
For tasty printing yoo can't go
wrong in having the Journal office
turn put your Job.
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COURSE Ifi DOMESTIC SCIENCE
And Home Economics will be Made
to Conform with the Smith
Hughes State Aid Law.
From Wednesday's Daily.
The faculty for the Platismouth
city schools, which will onon Septem-j
her Sth, has been practically coin- j
Let us you proofs of
Fulton E'fcitncy they
will convince ycu a' they
QAY, you'll have
u3 put pep - in - yoar -
- " rin--in with a
nail some Prin
Just betv.'een ourselves,
Prince Albert for packing !
never will vij,c-up to h:r,h-3pot-
smo?:e-jc; u::iil ycu can call a pipe
by its first nr-rne, then, to hit the
poak-of-pleasure you land square
on i2t tvvo-fisted-m-n-tobacco,
Prince Albert !
Well, sir, you'll b3 so all-fired
happy you'll want to st a photo
graph of joursslf breezing up the
pi'.:e with your smokethroltle wide
open ! TjA'c about smoke-sport!
Quality makes Prince Albert so
Vom buy Prince A ibrrt every u ere tobacco it r.o!J. Toppv red baa,
tidy red tins, hendsont pounJ and half noun J tin humidors and
th.Ti dassy. pror.ticct pound crystal slats iir.-.i :.'.!- with sponge
moitt-ir.cr ftp (irf keen the tobacco in such prrfect condiliu.t.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wineton-Salem, N. C
pictfd with the election of Miss Flor
ence l'ottir, of Crete, Nebraska, for
the high school mathematics. Mr.
11. A. Hirornberpr, of Lincoln, has
been elected to the high school prin
cipalship. He will also have charg"
of the hoys athletics. Mr. Stroni
l.erq; coratj hiRhly recommended for
the position which he will till the
A notev.ortl.y change will be
made at tho hesinning of t!ie year in
Hie domestic science department, as
department will be placed un
der the Smith-Hughes state and
federal aid lavx This provides for
a regular two year course in both
cooking and sewing and will be of
fered in the ninth and tenth grades.
AI; hough the course is elective, all
credits earned will count toward
graduation. Some new equipment
:.; being added which will make this
'jiio of the best equipped home eco
nomics departments in t lie state. A
o::? semester course in pewing and
cooking will also ho given for the
normal trainers. The instructor in
47IFTEEM. thousand mile n
il? through Pennsylvania winixT
snow and mud," writes C. II. John
ston. "My J?iilton "has never been
hung up, although loaded vs Iiivrh
as two "tons, and hauling in mud
Ruggedness with speed and econ
omy are recognized features of the
Pilton Truck. The Triple-Heated-Gas
Motor is an important factor
in its enduring" efficiency.
"FuJtons in tlie fleets of such great
nations 1 concerns as Standard Oil
Co., John Wanamakcr, Borden
Form Products Co., and other? are
evident.? if their fitness.
L. H. PULS
a streak of smokeluck thatl
smokemotor, all right, it' yoa'I
pipe or cigarette papers and
appealing all along the smoke line.
Men who never before couid
smoke a pipe and men who've
smoked pipes for years all ter.tify
to the delight it hands out ! P. A.
can't bite or parch! Both are
cut out by our exclusive patented
Right now while the going's
good you get out your old jirr.my
pipe or the papers and land on
some P. A. for what ails your
particular smokeappetite !
this department will devote full
time to this work inrtead of only
part time as was the case la.-t year.
Under the Smith-Hughes law the
state and federal governments be:ir
a large proportion of the expense of
this vocational work.
Two new grade prinoipa!.-hips
have been created for the coming
year, Mrs. Mae S. Morgan being
elected prirc.p.ii of ti. j i"ior hu'li
school and Miss Amelia Marten
principal of the central huilding.
Superintendent C. K. Pratt will ar
rive from Sutton in ahout two w:eks
to assume the superintendent)- of
the local schools. Mr. Pratt has
made an excellent record lit the he;'d
of the Sutton schools and the hoard
feels it has been fortunate in se
curing the services of such an ahle
school man to take the place of Supt.
Do Wolf, who gave such excellent
satisfaction during the two years he
was with us.
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