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that flip had appendicitis she was
at once removed to the Ixrd Lister
nosrital in Omaha where it was
found that an opera Moiwuust be
performed in order to fare her life,
h -r many friends will await the re
sult with anxiety and with hopes
HihI she noL onlv will stand the
ontt-al itself well, hut that she will
socedilv recover her accustomed
BURGLARY AT MYNARD.
All goods marked in plain
figures -you know the one
fourth off mparts to you.
FRED P. BUSCH. Manager
MUST RETURN TO HOSPITAL.
Froni Vilnilny's Inlly.
This morning when the harness
hop belonging to Lewis Crabtree
vm opened up for business it w:vj
found that soma one had entered
:Y." shop during the night and help
id theniselve. There seems to bo
no evidence as to who committed
the robbery but that it has been
done U a certainty. As nearly a
possible to find out there teems to
have been taken eleven r.utomobile
tires which would outfit several
earn if the thief happened to poshes?
them. Also desiring a little in the
v. ay f refreshments they took along
a hex rf cigars which he probably
loped to enjoy. While this is nM
a large lnirelnry yet in all it
amounts to quite a little and should
be invftigaf e 1 as every tune an af
fair of this kind occur ami the
thief manages to get off 'i-cct free'
it men n 3 that another is jurt that
more likely to happen.
. H. DONNELLY
WHICH WILL ATTEMPT CONTROL
OF ALL CORPORATIONS
IN THE STATE.
MS CONTROLLED BUT A FIFTH
Standard Securities Held to Comi
Under lis Jurisdiction and Liti
gation Likely to Follow.
HOPES TO BE DISCHARGED SOON
Mr. am! Mr.-.
in receipt f a 1
FrOTi Wlnes-la v's !:ii!v.
Some time ago Mrs. Gladys Rich
ardson, who foimcrly lived here was
in the hc-spital and underwent an
cperation. It seemed that the was
recovering nicely from the effects cf
it. As she became well enough to
travel she come to visit at the hemp
ef Mrs. L. K. Vroman Sunday she
wa aguiu taken very ill and had
to he rushed immediately to Oma
ha where she went again to the
hospital. It was found that she
would pgain have to submit an op
eration. Her condition foms to be
finite serious and it is with much
anxiety tint her friends await the
outcome ef the operation and hope
for her recovery. She is now at
at 1'nivrrbify hospital, b:it it is hop
ed that she will be nbie to leave
there before long.
WILL UNDERGO OPERATION.
Mrs. W. M. flravirt wa a pas
senger on the afternoon train for
O-naha. where she cxes to be pr"-
nt at the cperation which will be
performed on her daughter Mi?s
Mabel Gravitt. Mabel was taken
suddenly ill and when it was f.iund
They were delighted
he exports to get his
I ;i IT V
K.tgcie V reman.
to he:ir that
pers scan and as soon a ; 1: does h
v.i'l move for old PlatUiroMt;, as
fast as the trains can carry him.
Kugene has been in the navy now
for over two years and while he
says that he enjoys it very much he
feels now that the war is ove
he will b very glad to once ?i're
enter the ranks of the civilian-;
again. As for bis fnmMy. they cm
hardlv wait till the dr.y cor.:.- v.-hen
he will be
At present Kugene i
Portsmouth. N. II.
Frm Wt-ilnesilnv's I:iliv.
The new blue sky cominiH.-iou
which took hold Saturday will at
tempt cumpK-t e control and super
vision over corporations in the
ate. It is compost d of the gover
nor and attorney general, ami ue
board is determined on a strict en
forcement of the law. It will be
administered by J. II. Donnelly t-s
commissioner, with Guy T. Touvelle.
;;n a?.-ita.".t attorney general, a-;
Hitherto the blue ky comrairsion
has controlled about 20 per cent of
t'.i" corporations of the state. Any
corporation thut had been in cx-h-nnce
a year tefore offering Mock
w;-.s x-!p;i. There v.t-re al.-o other
f Xf-tr.r.t ion-;. The new law remov-
. !! .i the l "-.;; i. n.;. rnd the de
pirtment las t rlcd that this brings
all e rpor !' ',-.ir, under it. m-iking it
er. ;troi 10 p. r cent instead of 20.
with them or. re niin.
UP FROM NEAP. AVOCA.
Prmr" '.Vi-ilifilriv'-- lnUv.
Mr. and J!r. Ti.rrenc: r'.m:ng.
from pear Avor-a. were in lb'? ci'y
f .r a t'. .v ,o:irs niiv. diving up
V r v. vi-it with county t-':-.'.
in convt-r.su: ion v.i'.l; Mr. T:
lie tells us tnnt lie '"as almo
ip bis mind to quit farming
o ill b;:lt'i. pp.' ir.ov t'j
("c.rpora; I; iii are; jttst waking up
to fact, and t .nt O.v.alia lrok r
vho submitted the list of standard
:' ' uiltle f 1;" is' handling te
t!i ct:::;;.-.-;-: .1 d:.- c-cvered that. i:i
tli1 oj'dni in of the coun-elor. all of
thef-e- ceni.- under the new law. Thi.7
i- ! sit :::.t :r tiiat the tie partmont
'Ifc-. n;t rxpi-f i will l-.e calmly ac
i Liii'il i-v the orpomtions and it Is,
iously awaiting the homecoming eif j
their son Forest who was in France'
serving his country there as one of ,g
its brave defenders. h
Now that he is once more backl
in this country, the fat Iter and j j?
mother have gathered their friends,
a ml relatives to rejoice wiin ineiui
on his safe return.
A bountiful dinner was served
which everyone enjoyed to the. ut- I
most, the happy crowd which gath
ered around the board felt that this
was an. occasion of rare joy. The
re.-t of the day was spent in gam- s
and music. Many were the pictures
which were taken that the happy
day might live again in the mem
ories of tho.se who were present.
All of the children of the family
including John. Nora. Martin and
Forest in whose honor the affair was
held were present except Harry the
oldest son who found it impossible
to come and who resides with his
family at Sae City. Towa.
Others of the- guests were Mr. and
Mrs. V. F. Face of Fninn. Mr. ami
Mrs. F. U. Kline. Mis.-e Gerlrude
and Gladys Itu-cll of lluckner. Neb.
ind Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Spidell and
two children of Pacific Junction.
1 j I
sices VMM Advane
on August 1st
1 S i V i & H
ng Your Order
If you have any idea of building) rcrrjnrjoling or installing a light
plant in your home drop me a card snd I will and figure yonr job
But Place Your Order P2ow and Save Phoney
NEWS OF THE RAILROADS.
te:-t e.t t!:i:
t!.at a friendly suit to
tx int will lie begnn
but as y-t
n.in ! j:'- t
v. i ;
A line 'A tJi?iTt. rv
nal cfTice that enn't
;s hrrel to equal.
THE UNIVERSAL CA"
with niriLT-ix at tiu: factory
Self Starter, Generator csid S'orgc Bat
tery, Elect? ig Ligiiici
The Ford cars now have all the advantages that the lar;" ear
have always claimed and in addition the cxtren.e low cost of up
keep and the advantage over all other cars in thai in every city
and town is located a Ford Authorized Service Oarage, where lare
and complete stock.? cf Ford repair parts nre always kept, and
vhere a Ford owner can always get immediate service no b ug
waits to ser.d te city or factory for repair parts, as is the cae
with every car in existence except the "Fniversal Car" the Ford.
With these additional refinements added the Ford car will be
more popular than ever before and it will be impossible to till all
orders promptly, tberet'ore we urge prospective buyers to place
orders a: once. First come, first supplied. The following prices
are Tor Ike rev Ford cftrs with complete Si If Starter and Lighting
equipment delivered to purchase, full cf gas and oil and ready for
the road: Runabout, $034; Touring. $6i0: Coupelet, $S17: Sedan.
5947. Ton truck with farm stock and grain body (no starter). $7.r.
Y.'K WILL SKLL NEW AND FSKO FORI) CARS OX PART
PAYMK.N'T DOWN. RALAN'CK ()." MONTHLY PAYMK.'TS AND
WILL TARE LIRKRTY DOXDS AT MARKKT VALI K.
T. H. Pollock
Telephone No. 1 -: -:-
'.-;.r. r-::;.:i --i' :i. in f::r-t. looks frr
a I: i f l::i-,ati( n before its power.--are
clearly and pnal'v defined. Oth
er st-.tes l av a nvsnber of examin
er ; er. ;'. -ye l -.;:o-e tucine-ss is that
'f !c!-.i:i? !') f.r.r' auditing tb"
c-o;:nt ef ci-rpr.; tions under tl?
e.;iitrcl of !!" conip'issio'i. T'i's
r.vtiioj will l.p f ;'lnwed in Nebrar
1:.. liiM crto that a permit froi.i
ibo opmp; l(ii required was the
f:i::;-r cf r'-j-ort-; an.i tlie bonding (f
etveovs atid similar supervi-sory at
jr. (j.e f ivture an auditor
; -. i;-oty tf) lro in any time, jurt
fs a hank examiner does, and if
:her-- is any crookedrers or illega
lly or er.y unsoundness developing
the commi sicn will be advised and
v i'.l have power to act.
In th part the commit' ion has
been rile to say to investors tha
tbe ; ripr - it ion has be.-n exr.mlned
.'nil i: fr.ui'.d rt the beginning. I"
car.n't at rny time guarantee returv
.on tle investment, bet in the fu
ture it will look aftrr the manner
in which bu-incsscs are being con
'i?te;l and interfere when condi
tions justify it in order that invest
ors v.'vy be nrot'-ctcd. as the inter-c-ts
ef depo;i)ors in a bank ar-
V',!,ol after. Hitherto its permit
1 "s srr.irdy r.-cant that the investor
':ns a chnnce. Hereafter it is prc-po--ei
te r?tain st:ch Infonnation a5
will be available to inquiring inves
tor, as well keeping such a clo:-i
t-.ib en v.hat the corporations are do
ing that the chances of returns are
much .improved. State Journal.
Mr. Donnelly has been one of tlu
i state bank examiners for a number
of years, and to say that he has
made good is more than evidence 1
by the fact that he has been ap
pointed to the above office by Gov.
McICelvie. "Jim" Donnelly has
been a resident of Plattsmouth for
many years, and has a world cf
friends who will join the Journal in
congratulating him" upon his good
fortune, but at the same time we
all deeply regret the one fact thf.t
we will soon lose hi3 excellent fam-
! ily frr-m our midst, as nn .tunt
they will take up their residence in
Lincoln in the very near future.
From Wednesday's Pally.
Hale Holdn. regional director of
the central western region, which
Includes Kansas City, has reported
to Director General Hir.es that the
no-accident week; campaign conduct
ed in that region has resulted in
only ninety-six injured smd four
fatalities, compared with 4 47 in
jured and nine fatalities during the
same period in 1JUS. or a total de
crease of 33G casualties er "'.) per
cent during no-accident week.
The annual loss cf life and limb
due to automobile accidents on rail
road crossings and trespassing o:i
railroad trades continue-.-. I?i 10 i7,
1.777 were killed and i'.'r, injured
in this country on account railroad
crossing accidents. During the first
five months of lf19, on the rail
roads in the southwestern region.
0 persons were killed and ISO in
jured in 27!) automobile accident.
In a twenty-year period, inter
state commerce commission report;
show that Sr.. 733 trespassers v.rre
kilted and fi4,t;ti injured which
are classified as follows: Young
people under IS years of age, 2";.
Ooij tramps. 30,270; citizens of lo
cality in which accident occured,
mostly wag'? earners. 120.103. Dur
ing 10:7 there were -L243 tres
pas?crr; killed end 3.F2!) injured.
Regional Director Rush of tin
southwestern region, United State?
railroad administration, reports tha
for the first four months of lfiif-.
thirty were killed r.nd ISO injured
in automobile accidents on railroad
crossings on the twenty-three rail
roads in that region. In view i:f
this apalling number of accident?
and the increasing number of auto
mobiles throughout the territory
served by these reads an active cam
paign against such accidents ha?
S 5008 Deri so Street,
the c'...;i;fi'i.jua is abso- : Mrs. A. G. Cole and son. Raloh.
hi; - ly f re 1 ot '.n'y to tho-e who and mother. Mrs. Travis, returned
' cl ! ticki's to the re.-1 '2' the e:;t ? r- j t his morning from Denver, where
taiiimi -::U but to any arid all child- t they have been enjoying an outing
vho wi: h to
c charge 0
ftjl n c-f p. S " 7 T. ia:e verv an-;ous that t'nere
RHMl PNUiH 'h.tge number on hr.n:I at lire
UaridiriUaSi' 1,feli:ii, oa Saturday s
EEAL TP.EAT 13 III STORE
THE CHILDREN OF
i they will not mi-.-.
P.r' !.! s j-hod Id
it tend. Tlise who
so tli at
of this splen-
for a short time.
! Oft :
tl: It M
see that their
on hai:u as it is not
cii a chance can be ob-
OFPCRTUKiTY FOB BMM
tained fur t lie mere going to tet it.
Ir. and Mrs. A. F. Vroman wer
over Sunday visitors at the hom -f
L. E. Vroman. They have left for
Havelock for the present but will
not stay there permanently as Mr.
Vroman is employed on the road an I
so cannot continue long in tins
Eeg-ir.nins With Sj.tv.rday Children
Will Be Organized Into the
. Fistu!a-Pay Vhen Cured
; HELD FAMILY RE
UNION LAST SUNDAY
A mild arstPTn of treatment thct enres Piles. FUtnl.i pii
other Rectal Diseases in a short tiae. without n mpTenur.
Sical operation. No Chloroiorm. Lther or other Reaerel 1
for treatment, and no money to be poidonUl cared. Write for book en Recta 1 Diseases, with caiacs , ' Tn 7Tv,r.r nf n-, . c t-,, tvti
ana cesrtmoniais 01 more maa low prominent people who nave been permanently cured. --..- ..i -j-i x uica., v iiu
DR. C R. TARRY 240 BeaBulIdlne OMAHA, NEBRASKA i Has Just Ee turned Frcm
1 ' .-erv-'ef fivcnfoc .
DRS.- T.1ACII & T.1ACH, THE DENTISTS
The largest and best equipped dental offices in Omaha. Experts
in charge of all work. Lady attendant. MODERATE PRICES.
Porcelain fillings just like tooth. Instruments carefully sterilized
iTIIinn FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCX, OMAHA
I From Wednesday' Dally.
Sunday at the pleasant homo of i ing hat everything possible has been
SAD DEATH OF LITTLE
Parsed Away At the Heme cf Its
Grandrsrents South Of
From Wednesday's Patty.
A real treat is in store
children of riatt. moot li be;
with, next Saturday mornins
' v. !. .i
they wiil be organized into the
Junior ChautatKiua. in connection
with the big p-or;im which is to b'
held here during next week.
There will be expert work.'r her-?
who are well versvd in knovL;g
how to handle children fo m nr-t
'niy to give them a gre:;t amount t f
pleasure but lasting bent f:t a w; !'.
I'arh mornin.'r on the. cl'.autaueft
grounds will be liebl the Junicr
Chautauqua where all children of
the city will bo entertained and in
structed. Manv have not realized th.at th;
flue 'r rt. r P
Qr world War
ur-;QjJE5Tio::SLYcezsT and best fair ivs
L C STOCK SHOW OF BSEP AND DAIRY CATTLE
CO -Tf AND Jr-ii.CUAL DISPLAYS OF moRICU'-TLRE-FCJi.TftY
Sl'OW - APPLE !OW MANtFAOVUHEHy
n .!-' .i.T MACHINE RY Tr?ACTO M -'-" L. r -9
t-cAr;cHA d spiays iNCLuoiNo tars' a.-.; cir.ts'
OKUIN Xi canning
AND CLEANEST ATTRACTIONS
PrtOCL'CTiON IN FIREWORKS OF BATTLE CF CAINT MHlEL
ANJ PLACE JUOH.Ec
P.iNO CIRCU3 AUTO HARNE55-ANJ RUNNINU
F,""J:LV Cj'TJ.VO R2LAXATIOM DtVZ RSIOiV IDEAS
from WeiJnes'lay's I n 1 1 v .
While home on a visit which she
expected to be one of joy and great
pleasure Mrs. O. L. Savery has been
called upon to bear one of the great
sorrows of her life. Mrs--. Savery is
the daughter of Itev. K. II. l'ontiu?,
the pastor of the l It. church south
of town. She came a short time ago
to make a visit with her parents
here. At the time die came the
little daughter Jane Marie was well
On Monday morning she became
ill and a physician was called. As
foou as her serious condition was
realized she was taken to Omaha
where she wa,s placed in a hospital
that she might receive the best of i
care. All was done for the little
one that was possible but all the
efforts of doctors and nurses were j
in vain. Tuesday afternoon the
little one who had done so much to
brighten the heme of those who had
been so fortunate as to have her as
their own during her short life pass
ed away leaving behind only sor
row where before had been happl-.f
ness and life.
The remains will be taken to
Knox. Ind.. and there will be held
the funeral services of Jane larie
Savery. This is an especially hard
blow for the mother and while she
will have the consolation of know-
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I'.. V.. Diughraan a number cT
friends and relatives were privileged
to enjoy one cf those few occasions
when great Joy is felt and thank
fulness fills the hearts of all pres
ent. The family have been anx-
drrra that nothing cle can fill. The
sympathy of the entire community
gees out to her and hers.
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