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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1919)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKXY JOTTRNAI
THUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913.
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are unable to employ, to our nearest office.
Applicants unable to call in person may tele
phone our nearest exchange Manager free by re
versing the toll charge.
Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph
From Monday's Ia!lv.
Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Shoeinan de
parted last Saturday evening: for
Louisville v.kre they will visit
with relatifes for a few days.
Lee Thacker and family spent the
week end vith friends in Union
driving down in their car and re
maining until laft evening.
Miss Orpha Stor.e who is employ
ed in the p.?tofiice at Omaha as a
clerk is spending a week at the hf-me
of her parents near Cedar Creek.
Messrs. L. M. F.nd V. 31. Stonier
fit near Unir,n. were in the city fr.r
a short tine last Satinday evenii-.g.
lacking after some hufinei ma'ters.
J. L. Smith of near Murray was
a visitor for over Sunday at the
home of his brother W. T. Smith
and wife for over Sunday coming
last Saturday afternoon.
Sam Henderson who ha b-en
visiting in thi city for some time,
ami in the vicinity of Rock Huffs,
departed last Saturday afiernoon.
fcr his houre at Alton. Iowa.
L.at evening Miss Bental Stone,
who is attending business college at
Grand Island, arrived home for a
week's stay at the home of her par
ents S. ; Stone, near Cedar v'reck.
Frank Selemire of Omaha, with
his family, drove down yesterday in
his car and was visiting in the city j
for a short time, the guests of Mis::
Louise Gon'.er and L. L. McCarthv
Miss Marie Kaufmann. Mi.ss Cerda
Peterson and County Sunerintend-
j ent Miss Alpha Peterson motored
out to Cedar Creel: yesterday to en
joy the day in the cool of the coun
try. Mrs. Henry J. Miller, of Alvo,
wife of County Commissioner Mil
ler, is in th city visiting at the
home of her sister. Mrs. Frank
Urinkman and family for a short
Lllmer HalNtrom who is engaged
in the banking business at Avoca.
iiiotored u; Saturday and enjoyed
a:i over Sunday visit here with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hall
strcrn. Thom.i" Glenn and v.:fe who hr.ve
been viriting fr corie time. p. l the
home of th"ir daughter Mrs. Mearl
Lanning of Eas! returned home
last Saturday afternoon, after hav
ing had an excellent time.
Frank K. VaHcry. the rustling
real estate dealer of Murray was in
the city for a few hours t?day. look
ins Piser some matters 01 uii-inv. )
Mr. Vallery will depait tonlzh: f.:r i
Grant. Nebraska. t( lick cfier hi
lend interests in t'.a section. '
Henry Horn csn.o in tins mori.:r g i
from his home in KiM M'.le Grovs !
and departed on the J'.urlingim for !
I Omaha to spend the day. Mr. Mori '
j was aecrmpanie I by his br ln r. !
jJacb Horn f Cre: ,r.rr:i. ' ho i ;
here enj.-;y:.:iy ;i rh: rt v; i .n t li
Frank Bucheler of near Cedar
'Creek was in the city yesterday for
a few- hours looking after some
Frank Meade of Union was in the
city today for a few hours looking
after some business matters.
Mis Etta Nickles of Murray was
ja vis-.itor In the city yesterday after
noon for a few hours mot onus up
from her home. (
V. T. Smith and wife departed
yesterday for Eagle, where they will
visit for a short time with their
daughter, Mrs. Fred Menchau. jr
and with their son J. C. Smith.
l ee J. Mayfield. editor of the
Louisville Courier and wife were in
the citv vesterdav afternoon for :
few hours attending to some busi
ness matters and visiting with
Mrs. Glen Raw Is and little daugh
ter of Hillings. Montana, who have
been here for the past five weeks
i iting at the home of Mr. and Mr.
C. A. Ilawls. and with relatives and
friends at Murray and vicinity.
Mrs. T. A. Walton and daughter
Miss Beatrice, of Omaha, who have
been in the ei'y visiting at the home
of tiieir ion and brother, Clifford
Walton, denartcd this morning for
York and Harvard. Nebraska, where
thtv will visit with relatives and
Major Arries departed this morn
ing for Wvoming. where he goes to
look over the state with a view of
filing cn a homestead. Major was
a member of the marines during the
war and under the special land act
is entitled to file on land for home-
Mrs. Will Rocker and little daugh
ter of O-monl, Nebraska, who have
been here for a visit at the home of
Mrs. Becker's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles MoGuire. departed this
morning for Gretna for a short visit.
Mrs. Charles McGuire p.rcompanied
her daughter as far as Gretna and
will remain there for a few days
CASTOR f A
sot tnfans and Children
in Uco .For Over 30 Years
I or.t! v.-!f.- of iMs ity. returning to
I their Lome in the evening. Mr.
Selemire is with the Western L'n-
ion at O.nana. having been there for !
years. He was formerly an operator !
at the Burlington det.pt in this city.
Fr.im Tti-.ai1n ys I tall v.
O. W. Zaar f South Rend was in
th" city today tr.r a few hours look
ing after some matters at the court
Fiod H. Gord r, of Wefping Wat
er, v. a in the city for a few hours
tc.d.y, lt.v:ing alter some business
j ma t ters.
C. V. Vallerv. the rutling road
i overseer cf Plattsmouth precinct
: came in this mcrr.ine to attend the
r.ir-.-t insr of the countv commission
Ocar Llndekamp of Wahoo was
in the city today for a few hours at
tending to some matters of business
with the board of county commis
sioners. A. J. Hool.er, read overseer of
.,cin-vii!e precinct, was in the city
today attending the meeting of tho
From Wln'-adjiy'M f'.'iilv
Matt McQ'iinn of near Union was !
board of county
the court house.
County Commissioner C. F. Har
ris cf Union and County Com mi s-
! cirni- llrnrv T Miller nf A 1 VO
came in this morning to look after
The regular meeting of the county
which place she has been enjoying a
few days outing, as a guest or the
Kundstrom family, who are camping
near that,, city.
Miss Mary Foster, former county
superintendent, is a visitor in the
city a guest of Miss Lillian Murphy.
Miss Foster and Miss Murphy were
visitors in Union Sunday and Mon
day at the home of Miss Foster'.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). W.
I;. F. ratterson, of the Bank of
Cass county and Henry A. Schneider,
of the Plattsmouth State Rank, de
parted this morning for Lincoln,
where they will be present at a
dinner to he given in honor of the
director of the Federal Re-.orve
bank of Kansas City and to attenda
conference of the state banker:;.
sm p?i W
TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL CON
VENTION EXPLAINED IN
AUGUST 9TH IS CLOSING DAY
For Filing Petitions, vhich May be
Secured Through the County
Clerk Law Quoted.
in the city yesterday afternoon for rcmmissioners.
.Miss Janet ;aCK returned nome
a few- hours looking after some mat
ters of business.
yesterday from Crete, Nebraska, at
From Tuesday's Dally.
It is very important that the peo
ple of the state fully understand all
of the legal requirements for the se
lection of delegates to the constitu
tional convention. The following
statement of the law relative to the
natter is furnished the Journal by
Arthur L. eatherly. secretary ot
tie Constitutional Convention com
mittee of One-IIundrcJ:
1. Rlank nominating petitions
can be secured from either the coun-
y clerk or the secretory of state.
2. Delegates to the constitution
al convention are elected from rep
resentative districts. Kach repre
sentative district is entitled to as
many delegates to the constitutional
convention as it had members in the
Nebraska house of representatives.
3. If the representative district
comprises only one county, the nom
inating petition must be filed with
the county clerk of that county. If
he representative district comprises
more than one county, or if toe
candidate is a candidate for float
delegate from two or more counties,
the nominating petition must be
filed with the secretarv of state.
4. All nominating petitions must
be filed with the county clerk or
ecretarv of state, as the case may
be, not later than August 9, 1919.
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fi. Extreme care must be taken
to see that the nominating petition
is in proper form before being filed.
Five of the signers of the nominat
ing petition must go before a notary
public, or officer who can administer
oaths, and sign a certificate at the
bottom of the nominating petition
to the effect that the petition is
without fraud. The candidate must
sign a statement at the top of the
petition to the effect tjiat he is a
candidate and is eligible to the of
fice. fi. "Sec. 9 Senate file N'o. 217:
'If in any representative district.
! the number cf persons nominated by
; nominating petitions, equals or ex
j ceeds three times the number to be
I elected dele?ate? to the constitu-
tional convention from such district,
i a non-partisan prmiary shall be
I held in f-uch district on the second
; Tuesday after the first Monday in
September. At such primary, twice
ji the number of persons to be elected
r'3: delegates shall be chosen from
those nominated by nominating po
'dA titions and those so chosen shall be
fw deemed nominated for delegates and
I their names onlv clmll nnnear on
the ballot at the special election,
hereinafter provided for. At such
primary each eelctor shall be entit
led to vote for as many candidates
as the district in which the elec
tion is held is entitled to elect as
members of the constitutional con
vention. Xo party or political desig
nation shall appear on the ballots,
either at the primary election or the
special election by this act provided
Phone Us Your Order at Once!
H. M. SOENNICHSEN
PHONE 53 and 54
EDWARD CREAMER RETURNS.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Edward Creamer who has been at
a hospital in Omaha for the past
two weeks, where he was hurried at
the time of entering, with an acute
rase of appendicitis, and which re
quired immediate attention. has
made exceptionally rapid progress in
that he w?s able to return home
last Sunday evening. Mr. Creamer
has at all times since the operation
for his relief was made
-rmil;j'fiil remnerat i ve nowcrs. an
has made exceptionally rapid recov
ery, lie was at the hoxpital for
onlv about thirteen days and H pro-t .-re
gressing very rapidly.
Eddie is feeling line, and expects
to be well and strong aain in a
short time. His many friend; will
with him in his rpp" r
shov.T. i Uou?c. w nere ine.. j--o " .m-a
rid i return with C aptain JJr. o. t.
n:ero. who reached ti'.ere a few days
ince on Ins way homo ficm over-
whrre he has been for nearly
I a year. Dr. Uilmore win ne wen
j nlcaved to return to his family and
i h.'siners. interests hre as veil a'
''re?; ing hi;J ir.ry friends both at
.vTuriay and in tlio eeitniy ieat.
GAME LAWS IK GEP.MAITY.
In the July iue of the Field and
Stream, arpears an interesting
I T . m .'
written by Mr-race j.. i--
r.irnorlv i f this citv and who is
in the army of occupation alon.T ih
nuinn Afr Iluffncr who while
v.iir'ta served as a deputy game j
warden, was out with a part
soldiers during the last
Germany in search of a few rabbits
to varv the regular mess of their
companv and while po engaged they
become tangled up with one of the
.i Tf conm5
German game waruen.. i
that rabbits are well protected by ,
the game laws of the Hun country ;
and in fact all of the native game
of that country is protected by close .
seasons while the migratory mras ,
are left at the mercy of the mmr- j
ers The season is open on wild ;
geese and pigeons all the year while ;
other migratory water fowl, snips, j
cranes, plover are left without pro- ,
tection almost the entire yer.r.
j '-r..rr. Morula v's Duttv.
i v?rr I- U. a ;p U. who ha.i made
hii; heme, in this city as the rrpre
':e!itative of the Car- County Monu
I nn r.t Company, has accepted a rosi-
tirii Willi tne A. A. :'i'w
nient Company at Nebraska Ci'y.
. ... .1... ..!.t.- tlio H.ct
in ! a.rvi v. iii y.u iuai i""-1 "'- -
of the coming wecif. i r.e pot uc.r.
of':-- a very tiattrrins one
winter in'v.itn T lie one ni una im.m. .
er man win ie rum i i;i--
to care for the po-ition left vacant
here. Mr. Wa-sell has made lii.-
home with his family in this ei'y
for the past three years, an. I wiih
them lias made many friends 1 ere.
Their removal from this ciy wil!
leave a vacant place in the social and
religious circles of this city. M
Vi'assell is an efficient marble cut
er, and well qualified to hold an;
nryifion which may come to him
The Journal joins with his manv
r.-irnds in wishing him an aluin 1
For any itching fekin trouble,
piles, eczema. salt rheum, hives,
itch, scald head, herpes, cabb,a.
Doan's Ointment is highly recom
mended. 60c a box at all stores.
CHICHESTER S FILLS
hUlM-Irr l ItiamanJ liand
fills in Hrd nd boil m-MllicV'
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GOES TO CAMP DODGE.
From TiJcwInVd Pally. .
I.a't Monday evening --.r. t p-1
tain G H. Gilmore and son John. d- ;
Murray lor i,.i.ny
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