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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
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WE WILL PUT ON SALE ALL OF OUR
u romer Dress Goods
at a GREAT CUT in Price, consisting of
?sn and Figured Colored Voiies,
epos, Organdies, Tissues and Fiaxons!
t - Embroidered Swisses, Fancy Voiles and Embroideted Organdies
linvc a splendid stock of Remnants now on sals
ccIJcni v;s!jj3. Come in early for the best selections.
i-o iifie"!t adver-
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s:. ! i ! n"-: t -T. , .V f -r hnor Krcrta t ui-enscs. witii names
I '. I ' o ! ":r.inert wjfe who Lave been permanently cured. 41 I
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rn..' 240 cos cuudip or.iAA, nbha5m
SSS. r.vflQH & KIACB,
The largest and bc-t cquifped dental offices in Omaha. Experts
in charre of all work. Lady attendunt. IIODERATP; PRICES.
Porceldir. fii: jusl !:l:e too'.h. Ir.strumerts carefully sterilized
f? c-fter utir..
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but which can be paid i onr if desired
.-o place such loans thc ..;?h tMe LlttCOL"
JCIHTSTOCK LAD tlf.HK OF LlMCO.H,
" - BP., vyhich during tc past year hasloan
cd over $6, COO, 000. 00 to the farmers cf
Iowa and ticbraska.
NO DELAYS! NO RED TAPE!
A FAIR RATS O- INTEREST!
Ask U3 f.ljout it
3 xsfflcsffics fir-;
v te dn Ir n
D ) A V ; . 7 r
also offer a beautiful line
'QUANTITY WITH A QUALITY"
. u have anything to sell or
!i i:y f-om",:l:,." u: e the Daily
, Ffetarla-Pay Whon Cured
A ini'l sye- treatmi?r.t tfcat cur Files, Fistula and
ctlier Ktr.ta !U ca' i:' a scrt time, without a s?virceur-
; on. No Ciilcroform. Lther or otner fieneral
i l. A t u.-e fluarnrtccd in every cose accepted
FLOOR, PAXTOM BLOCK, OMAHA
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NEWS FROM ALVO
Special Correspondence f-
Miss Clara Dickersi,n is visiting
A. J. liird was in Omaha on busi
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bornemeier
ae.toed to Milford Sunday. j
Dr. E. Muir and wife were in
Omaha cn . business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Stroemer
entertained Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kit
Mr. ami Mis. Carl Ganz were
.supper guests I riuay evening at the
supper guests i riua:
l.rir.e cf Mr. and Mi
Mrs. Ellen Rathb
crme in Monday e'
rs. E. M. Stone.
Rathbun of Louisville
me in ..ionuay evening to visit
her .son Walter Rathbun and fam
ily. Fred Schneider of Elmvood. was
j over cn ousiness. iueuay. relative
to his farming seme of the II. Roel
I e:7. land.
j Mrs. J. D. Fer.tim?n of Elmwood
J spent several days lat week visit
ing her daughter Mrs. ). Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shelkey
!n'l children of Greenwood visited
j Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Brown and diushters Mild-
red and Charlotte of Wabash and
j M. A. 15. Stroemer autoed to Lin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prouty moved
'"o town last week from the farm
-nd are oecunying the Grandma
Pm - 'cq residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Slothower, of
Lincoln, were visiting the latter's
r-irents Mr. and Mn. J. B. Elliott,
sr.. and other relatives Sunday.
Mr. ad Mrs. John Elliott jr.. Miss
Edith Wilson of Walton, and Wayne
Swartz returned Sunday from an
auto trip to Chase and Perkins
The Alvo Community Club met
last Wednesday night at the school
auditorium. The program consisted
rf pr.:icnl numbers given by Ralph
Ilyder of Lincoln, wo Fang teveral
war songs and played the ukelele
and Miss Lois Keefor and Lee Prouty
who ang and violin solo by Miss
Li 11 in Cur yea.
A little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Kail Dreamer on Au? 17.
H)rj. which was Mrs. Dreamer's
twenty-first birthday. Wo extend
best wishes for many hajpy birth-
i day.-, together.
Mrs. John elites and Mrs. (.'ha.
dbey leturnod last Thursday ev-
eninpr from Mitchell. South Dakota,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Caiv.nbell. Mr. Campbell is
siot improving in health a niueh a
!iis friends have hoped.
tored to Greenwood Sunday after-
noon in the former's car to see ?-!r.
N. II. Meeker, who is not so w!l
j Emil Holka returned from Im-
perial. Xebr., Tuesday morning. lie
visited relatives in hat
'nd looked at land witn a view of,
locating there. !
) Mrs. K.lwuy Hughes and son
Ixren came in Monday evening from
. Mankato. Kansas, to visit the form-
er s mother -Airs, t lemma uiru anil
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Casey of
Omaha and Mrs. Casey's sister Mrs.
Barber and little daughter Marion
Uose of Kansas City, spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stone.
Orville Robertson spent several
days in the western part of the state
l?st week. Crop conditions were
sood, in some localities much better
H ; than here. The land boom has af
H ! fected prices there too.
(t i Ernest Dillman and children and
K J Mieir grandmother Mrs. Gift of
r& j Mankato, Kansas, autoed up la.' t
J week to spend a couple of weeks
with his cousin, Mrs. Walter Hard
nock and family and ether relatives.
Miss Marjorie Carr spent several
ds.ys last week with Mrs. E. M.
; I'.tcne. Miss Carr who formerly
j taught in our schools here will
leave Sept. 1st. for Seneca, Kansas,
where she has been the past year.
Maurice Robertson had the mis
fortune to fall from a tree Tuesday,
resulting in a fractured arm. The
bones at the wrist were dislocated,
too. Dr. Muir soon had the little
f'-llow resting easier. He is getting
j along as well as he can.
The Misses Mae and Celia Elder
cf Mankato, Kans., are here visiting
. tb ir uranilmnthiT M;j CIiTiir a
Hird and other relatives. Mis?
t c!ia spent several days last week
:;t the Misses Marie and Golda l:ird"
j i:: l Miss Mae is their
Fred Weaver and son Judd Weav
er who returned home last 'week
f em tlie I". S. navy, after 15 months
r'-rvice came up from South Dead
Tuesday to visit the latter's brother
F.'enn Weaver and their cousin Mrs.
J. A. Shaffer and Mr. Shaffer. They
vt re accompanied by Johnnie Tirnni
i.liO a returned sailor.
The Friday club met August !.".
with Mrs. C. E. Connell. An "Our
S-hools" program was carried out.
""lie paper "Parental Co-operation in
School Work," by Mrs. John Word
v as e?pecially good. Mifs Xell'e
Cr nnell favored the members with
muscial numbers. The nxt
i lg will bo with Mrs. Robt. Jobn-r-n,
Aug. 29, in open session in the
Mrs. Fred Prouty was stricken
" ith paralysis during Eov.orth
' eaxrue services Sunday evening,
re was taken li?me and suffered
r"-fftly during the nlht but w-
--ting easier Monday morninc.
"'e was completely paralyzed below
'e pe"k but very fot'inftly ie
--t hpj- speech. At this vri.
-- o)lfl is srettinc: "lone very nicely
rnd can move liee limbs soni'?
'ouirh the serse of touch has nt
'"t returned. Her many friend
''ncerely hope that she may rapid
"XAYS HAVE DANGEROUS ENDS
Scmacbic troubles are not to be
trifled with. Mnnv gra've ca?e-
vith trarie ends could have been
"voiced, if ttie nntjonts bad not d
''yed takir.sr the proper remedy.
The nam of t h i rented v is well
bnown. It is spoken cf very rrate
f.illy by thounands cf men and wo
r,en who have regained their health
vv this reliable preparation. Here
i one of tb litest t-timonipl-:
"N'ew York, Julv ?0. 1919. I n
very satisfied with Triner's Ameri
can Elixir of Pittpr Wine. I wonH
not take any other remedy. And
ell peoplo to whom I h?ve roccm-'
tended it declare that Triner's
merican Elixir of Bittr Wina i
Ho bf?t remedy. Yours Marv
M''l''." Yen cannot ert. indeed
-ivtbtne better for poor anDetite. '
'-edache- const 'ration. nervov-
general weakness, etc.. onlv
-r yir fTf;iFcfct f r eiv- veil fr'n- !'
t'c, AmpriMti Fli-sir and noOdip- '
Ry plso one bottle of Tri-i- terday and tod?y, being accompaived
r' Liniment wbih give- a sure .' by Georse Par1.;?. On bo'h d"-3 they
?nd ouickly relief in rheumatiei. ; drove home rew Ford cas f--f d'
"eurplsria. pprains. swellings. etc. -livery to customers here of the T.
.Tocenh Triner Comnany. 1333-i.? s. jll- Pollock Au!o companj's Murray
Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111.
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ER PEOPLE ARE
W 33 07 1 P n
n u O I L L ii
WIEE AWAKE AND ON THEIR
TOES ALL THE TOIZ A "
CHAUTAUQUA HAS JUST ENDED
Ilorscdios Pitching' Seems tc bs the
Popular Sport Observations
of Journal Reporter,
member of the Journal staff
made a viit to the f lourisliintr and
'wide - awake city of Weeping Watf-r
,his week, and we found everybody
up to their pyes in j)USi,u5.s in the
various lines represented. Sliortly
; i.(.f(.rP nnr nrrival in Weooiiur Wat
er our auto seemed to be troubled
with "ring bene" or .some other
trouble that seemed to cripple the
propelling mechanism of the ma
chine, and of course the first place
we called upon was the Auto Em-
pcrium of I). L. I'hilpct, where we
found him in keeping with the bal-
ance of the city, just about all the
vork be could do. and we bc-san to
fear that the Weeping Water doctor
was not going to administer the
ma sic dose so we would be able to
re?i:i:ie our journey over the coun
ty. After taking our position into
consideration he concluded to do
the job, and we muat sa? that it was
'Vne in tip-top -haoe and very r:ip
i 1 manner. Mr. Philpt has been
b inir nn excellent business in the
auto lie, and special representative.
K. ('. S:lyer. of the Mavv.-rM fom-t-erv.
was with him on this day. Mr.
'M'Utxit aKo handles the Chalmers
t. ma Vine: ph xcellent Ci.r eom
: n-'tion. both of which are moving
i t as rapidly as he is able to l?
From here we called on th-3 "vil
lage blacksmith" Frank Baldwin,
who was never so ruhed vith work
before in all his life. He i; even
' Trying his noonday mc-;.l to save
At th" !eier Drug Co.. we foutvl
the genial proprietor and clerk'-; n"
i ual. doinc: a very fine busine- i:t
t:ie various lines carried by Mr.
The an:uial Chautauqua event is
being hoM this week. ai:d consider
ate interest was l.ieing rir.nife: :t c J.
nd the attendance very good con--idring
the busy ser.son of the? year
with r.!l the farming community.
The program was giving excellent
Over ut the Russell Pharmacy we
found the proprietor. Mr. Ru-ell.
and assistants very busy locking
pfter their excellent dri" p.nd hn;.?
fountain bucines. Russell carried
!is ujual smile and reported every
thing lovely in a business way.
We mot Edi'or Hunter and sen
Eail. v. ho were right up to the top
notch in business, but with plenty
-f time to give us the glad hand
shake, but back, back to the work.
is the luck of the usual liev.-i-r-ap"r
man if he wants to make a
ucce'-s. The Hunters are putting
( ut an excellent paper, bright an.i
rewsy and ably represents the thriv
ing community in which it is pub
lished. The Chautauqua seems to be hav
ng seine competition in the evea
:ntr, when the horseshoe pitching
tournament open?. Let us whffper
to you right now that there are ironic
hon.eshoe pitchers down at Weep
vi g Water, too. They are well up in
the art. from Harry Reed down to
T aac Wiles, and how they do drop
the ringers, leaners and peg buggers
i- a ca-.tion to nil you lucky rin
throwers. Now if you are a real
sport, and can lay them up close to
the peg go down and try a few
g?mes with the Weeping Water
artists and if they den't show you
a merry time we miss our guess.
Here we lit out for the wet end
or the county, but expect to pay ;
Weeping Water another visit when
we can remain longer and meet
m:re cf her genial citizens. '
Goorete M. Dunkin and wife. ef
C-'enwood. I ova. v-e-o visitintj iv '
Mnrny I'.t Snndny, hir'n driven
over in their cir, nnd were gu?-ts!
at the home cf L. !b Hiatt and vi,""j
of Murray. Mc . Hi-tt Imi-j
kin were formerly corif erl ti-i
'- -e" t,'"i ri vr-n-"'t
Mr. Dunlin In at the pre-'-n
tIme an instructor in music at U.-
Harry p..xter war. in Cntsin yet-
"EQUALITY EETOFE HIE LA
o Hew - Ptoras!f.3 FGuoratiGR
Side ll.e ! ' 1 1 r . :. r j i - !' the
C'JREN.IGN' s::e; ... M.-.e li.e , pi-
to Opposition to Slleii el.iss legislation : lo h;iiiim- the i : r , -; t-e-.i-j ;.:,!
liliwi.-f eNiellsiuU of Jil! lie 1'fI.iM i. H IS olllM'le the r"al:n of em
inent: to oppose the eoslly and !. fi herons n i ill ' ipl lea t ion of j i 1 1 ! i
tuh-.-s to aihamister experiiin-iit a I bu.sin.--s t i p, :.; tin;, m-ed by
trie treasury of the stale with eapiml e I fa . : 1 f.oi.i the pi.eUets
of the taxpayers; to oppose the exploitation of pri;;'." prop'-ny--froiil
the luiiiibli-si home to the largest bii-i '. :. enl eri .rie by
poliliea! aelieles. and its dissij.atioii timd ( f.LiiJUoii for -la-s
ad a ntde.
". To 'oinh-m;i revengeful arnl tin v a r-ia i, t e.l opi-re-ion of
leiiimate ilines en I -f .rise ; to snbsi i I !i ! e for oppfer-sloii the
rules of reason, of intelli-ent regulation v. hen-ver foutnl nei-es-ary ;
to statu! for "Equality Before the Law" atn! equality of opportunity
for laborer, fanner, merchant, nic-ehanb. wa'e earner. Iiiiiries and
I fofessiona I man. To oppos the int t'oiiuit ion into our .ieiti
n.ental system of Pleas and experjuu-nis ul.ivjl. p:li eperieliee has
tested and repudiated.
.'!. To footer the dissemination of knowledge regard! ng theories
of 'o crnt'teitt at:d their PRACTICAL 1 i!-l 'ii ' f on the seeiirity.
b.ipp;n's and prosperity of the people and in eMenditig a eompre
hen.si,,ii and itti'li'rs'ttti.lli: of the i'al .: inri;i!. .s t:j..'i iiieli ottr
political iiistiTtttioits a'e foittu'ed and upon which th".v hae sur
vived fnd prospered l.eo;;d those of all other peojib's of the world.
4. To seanh our the defects in the admin. si rat ion of law ;md
propose their safe and wise correetion without ji" ipa rdi.ir the
foundations of our inst it t;i i tis by m 1 .-t it it' iii state si i.ia I i-m in
the form of state-owned industry-therefor : to prott-ote the means
by which social justice and el'ieiencv t ia be more pi'omtiily atid
certainly ic.:'ie. in full harmony with the ifit c: ih-s of justice,
equity ami-equality f opporti. ii;. upon wliii h our I'ovei tunetit i
based and it).iii which alone b can lie atn! be presorted to ottr
o. To presets e th fruits f labor'' in the form of private prop
erly In the lawful owner t!,. i". i.f. who; her re .- sente.l 1.y ti e
lnt'i blesT ili;:'e or fa flu hotli". -!n p or s or . of the l"' ! I ima I e busi
ness i ust i i ut iotis of our cities: am! to oppose i;s :,tii-a t ion under
my form of law Ie "s,.,, by pli;ic:il pliilosot ihei v.,n .n.ili, tin :
tnilic'i'um to be pai't'-d thfotiuh de ' ruci ion of prop.'riy rights 1 1 I
the s.ibs'.iTtitioii of state so-ia i ' sr., for i:vate i: : i : i.t t i vo and eli
To these p'-iin projM .s-; t ion -s t b" Xebrashi! i'e-!: a l ion dedi
cates its most S'm-e eo';'. ie !o!;s. its in- ifi;; elideavi f to el Si j peals
for the support H!!1 co-opelatjou of . il the citii-lr -hip of Ne'lilV.sl.a.
The im!HCf"ir.t2 y-rcbl:r.i ccnfrcr.tir.j the thinlrlnrr peo
ple cf Nebraska is the writing- of a r.e'.v ccrctitr.tion for the
state. Thi-3 must be done at a time vI:cn unrest is general
and radicalism is rampant.
The constitution that ii written in 1020 will stand for
cur children and grandchil ircr. It U important that men of
pobc and vi3ion sit in that convention; we can not afford to
tru;t tke destiny cf the state to hair-brained theorists,
socialists and bclshcvihs.
Ve need the active interest of the good cili-rrs rf Ne
braska, iriesnctive of pelilics, of rclir;isn. of language, oc
cupation cr financial worth.
Flense let us have your membership in any cf the three
classes, Gl, C3 or $23.
"tlie HoH-B'G&rQska FederaSisn
i-iivstst e:4. 122 So. 11th. Linc:!r, Hcb.
). G. SMITH. President. Kearney. Nib.
HtRA'E M. DAVIS. Sht.-i.ut, t)td. Neb.
r-.'f"-::' : '. - ( 'oniuiil tee :
W. T. THOMPSON, '- lirtttan,
I.:,e !n. ;eb. John I. Long. Cot'imb-IE.
C. H. S'a- i.t. -. T. C. r.jri -. f Caaba.
Charles i;rrT. Bam-refr. Walton Roberts, i.tmo'ti.
G2ou Boedeker v.v.s. a visitor in
Omaha last Wt.lnerday attv rr.;..:t.
wherry he -:s.-". locking sifter ra.i -
Luck mi& Lacli
Don't trust to luck. Luck is untrustworthy.
Systematic, scientific striving for any
goal is far more likely to bring you suc
cess than any mere faith in your success.
Just as changing a single letter changes "Luck" to
"Lack," so will the reverses of a smgie day change
plenty to want. But you can insure yourself ac?inst
this Ly building your success on the habit of saving.
Save and Win
Ba well dressed. Make friends. Increase your in.
fluence in your community. Enjoy the respect cf
all your associates.
These things do not come to those who trust to
luck for them. Systematic saving will win them for
you. Systematic savin?
wiil accumulate for you
a small fortune that can
safely and readily be
expanded to a large one.
Decide on a regular de
posit and start deposit
The Baak Of
THE NEW NEBRASKA
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stii iiiimi i'f l::i.-k.i.
bi-i,ai atid trerieral ob
jeei 'i li.is A --ii'-jn i ii.ii are:
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tic ie.nliT.Miip i rjaiii:-d l: I -
j Ludwig IlaHas was a visitor in
I Plattsmouth last Wedm.-dt.y .n
, ing. and retnriie.i heme h'te in !.e
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