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KONEAY. OCTOBER 27. 1919-
riATTSMGUTH EVEJflNG JOTOUAL
GOOD TIME TO REPAIR AND OIL
BEFORE CORN HUSKING!
OVER THE COUNTY
Complete Corn Elevator $275.00
Peter Schucttler, Newton and Charter Oak
Also Extra Wagon Boxes and
Stoughton and I. H. C. Spreaders!
ALL StZS GASOLINE ENGINES
KM F. ORDER,
B"2"E' 5.; B;:n "S"ra:
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SEEK TO GIVE RELIEF
FOR IJEECY SERVICE MEN
From Tliurpcl.iv's Dally.
The rc-lief department of the Avar
office of the government is making
rp c:al cfVorts to lacate ca?es of men
who have b--n disabled or incapaci
tated for their regular work as the
result cf disease or injuries suffered
as a rtsult of their f-ervice. -with a
view of securing fome form of em
pit yip.ent for these men. The vo
rati'Uial training jdans of the gov
ernmt r.i is t-rovi led for men wound
ed or p'.ifl 'erinc ,from major amplia
tions as the result cf their service
for the country hut there are a
Inrcre number of men who have
suffered from disease of some na
ture which wa.i contracted in the
army or navy and these men it is
desired to reach through the relief
department of which Col. Matthew
C. Smith is the head. Case; where
the patient is rendered unfit to per
form heavy labor will be handled by
the government and efforts made to
-ecure for them light employment in
climates where their health can be
improved and this is especially true
with the cases of arrested tubercu
lc?is which, requires a high and dry
climate for the successful recovery
of the patient. Clerk of the District
Court James M. Robertson has been
in touch with the department of the
war office and will take up such
cases as are reported to him. and
attempt to secure some healthful,
employment for the men suffering
as the result of their service.
Tom Heinrich, wife and little
babe of Havelock came down last
evening to enjoy an over Sunday
visit at the home of Mr. Ueinrich's
mother, Mrs. Mary Heinrich and
You will find a nice line oT popu
lar copyright hooks at the Journal
"9.-: n ts :K r.B :a :::s:: a rn :; ::s "BJK.iiHriKuBXE:: :w rarmmziBiKimaxzw':
and are now ready for your AUTO BUSINESS.
The Flatismouih Garage
is now located in the Propst Garage building on the
corner of Seventh and Vine streets, where we will be
pleased to meet all our 6!d patrons, as well as all new
ones who may have business in our line.
Repairing is Our Specialty
Reo Cars and Trucks for Sale
New and Second Hand Cars
Claude Rand moved to Weeping
Water Monday, where he has a po
sition as engineer on the steam
shovel at the new stone quarry be
ing opened up just east of tiat town.
Charley Geriach, the Buick agent.
at Manley, has just delivered two
more Buick cars, one to Fred Terry
berry and the other to August Stohl-
man. Mr. Stohlman drove his car
through from the factory.
Leroy Vanscoyoc, who lives on a
homestead in Colorado, not far from
the Nebraska line, left Monday after
a week's visit with his brothers,
Charles and William, in Louisville,
and will go from here to Wisconsin
before returning to his western
Since the Rock Island road put on
the evening train for Omaha, which
leaves Meadow at nine o'clock, they
have done a rushing business, es
pecially on Sundays, .when there is,
always a large number of passengers
composed of week-end visitors from
the city who wait for the last train
George Lehnhoff and daughter.
Miss La Vaughn, of Omaha, and his
mother, Mrs. F. D. Lehnhoff and
daughter. Miss Tillie, of Platts
mouth, drove through Louisville on!
Tuesday on their way home from
Lincoln where they had been vis
iting their relatives. William and
Miss Minnie Lehnhoff. Dr. H. J.
Lehnhoff. C. C. McPherson, W. C.
Frampton and families.
with their plants and who always
have a good word for the Delco. In
fact it is the real lighting plant for
X WEEPING WATER
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Domingo Wednedsay
morning, leaving a fine young son,
Harold Jacob, in their keeping.
County Agent Snipes. H. A. Doty,
Ed Murphy, Sterling Amick and Carl
Cunt her left today for a duck shoot
ing on the island in the Missouri
Mesdames F. H. Gorder, Rosa
Barnes, E. F. Marshall. W. M. Phil
pot and Mrs. William Spangler left
on the early morning train for Fair
bury to attend a four days' session
of the State Federation of Women's
Conductor Perry on the Lincoln
branch passenger, is back on the job
again since Tuesday after a three
months' vacation at his summer
home at the Michigan lakes. Mr. Per
ry looks ten years younger, so must
have had a fine time.
Lloyd Harmon has resigned at the
Philpot garage and began his duties
Monday morning as water and light
manager at the city plant to succeed
Kane Frederickson. Frank Dokelmau
continues his job as assistant at the
Mrs. John Wise who died last week
J at the state hospital at Lincoln, was
buried at Elm wood Saturday. Wij
understand Mrs. Wise's last illness
was of short duratkm and before she
passed away her mind became clear
and she knew all members cf her
A BIG CLASH
FEDERATION LEADER TO COF
FER WITH HEADS OF 112
EXPECT THE FARMERS TO AID
Announcement Comes in Reply
Message From Illinois
j family, who -were summoned to her
George Schoeman was in town ;
! bedside, and talked verv rational
with them'abouf things of the past.
from the country last week, and i
lie just as we go to press tne nre ooys
and citizens are battling with a f. re
looking much better although
shows the effects of the lone illness.
' i i 1 X 1 , 1 ,
. . , . . . ai vne puuuc uorary auu seem 10
he has been undergoing since last
. i- v. i, i ,,,- r have it under control
winter when he had an attack of,
the influenza which left him with
j as yet, but it win te heavy as tne
'nite can be learned as to the damage
an impaired heart. Mr. Schoeman
will move to Louisville for a year
books and furniture are drenched
t. - 1 1. ,1 1..- ll,n."U OV".
UIilll Ills Ileal I u la uenri au tsj ma.. :
It is supposed that the
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able insurance on the property to
offset the loss.
time he hopes to be able
his family to Chase county, near thej
town of Grant, where lie has pur-l
chased a farm.
August Pautsch and his sister.
Mrs. Mary Schliefert, returned lrome
Friday from Wisconsin, where they
went about three weeks ago to at
tend the funeral of their father.
Charles Pautsch. 1 They remained
for a visit witn their relatives in jirs. Frank Bortner. who lias
that vicinity. Their sister. Mrs. Wit- Deen ill for the past two weeks, was
Hani Rehwinkel and family, with taken to t he hospital at Lincoln Wed
whom their father made his last nt.sda".
home, send regards totheir old-time Vincent is building cross
friends in this vicinity, who will b'waiks Dreuaratorv to bringing the
new school house into walking dis
tance from town. We presume ce
ment walks will be completed all the
( Sneak thieves have been working
X in this vicinity. Last Tuesday night
pleased to know that they are well
?'a stand of bees was'taken from the
home ot Mrs. jucuonaiu on u sireei.
She had, however, taken the honey
F. J. Fitch. had his large drilling ! off at abou dusk before the robbers
machine pulled in from Murdock on larrjvod She iaments the loss of the
Saturday and placed the same at the(b)?es fcut cannot restrain her merri
city, pumping plant where he win ment. The same night Ed Carr was
arm a ueep wen. . UpUpwH nf about thirty bushels of
Ld Gustin and A. A. Wallinger sold ar.niP(!
: Jr r
Mrs. T. R. Adams has just re
ceived word from her granddaugh
ter, Florence Manker, that- she is
back in Des Moines after spending
the last .six months with her sister.
their Douglas ICO at $150 per acre
o Edwin Jeary of Lincoln, taking in
the property where the Gollaher
hardware and Skeen harness shop
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BUT WHICH CAN BE PAID SOONER IF DESIRED
We place such loans through the LINCOLN
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK, of Lincoln,
Nebraska, which during the past year has
loaned over $6,000,000.00 to the farmers of
Iowa and Nebraska.
NO DELAYS! NO RED TAPE!
A FAIR RATE OF INTEREST
Ask Us About It
ank of Cass
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dettman, sons Mrs. Fred Reinhart and family of
Herman and Fred and wife motored Hanford, Washington. he "will visit
erial with her other sister, Mrs. George
and visited with relatives until theiwatkins for a time before coming to
fir?.t of the week.
On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Bailey, son Warren and B. I. Clem
ents left for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where
they will spend about two weeks
visiting the E. G. Woodruff family.
Mr. Bailey and Mr. Clements will
visit other points in a business way
J. G. Stark is another one of our
farmers to fall in line by construct
ing one of the modern cement tile
corn cribs. Ed Ernest was the first.
This makes two of this class of corn
cribs and we believe the only two
of the kind in this end of the coun
Nebraska. Just before she left Wash
ington she sent Mrs. Adams a crate
oT lovely grapes, the pink and white
one two baskets of each but half
of them were gone when they reached
OH! MY. BACK!
The Expression of Many a Kidney
Sufferer in Plattsmouth.
A stubborn backache is cause to
suspect kidney trouble. When the
try. They are dandies and are claim- kidne'9 are inflame? . and swollen.
stooping brings a suary iwiuge in
the small of the back, that almost
takes the breath away. Doan's Kid
ney Pills revive sluggish kidneys
relieve aching backs. Here's Platts
Mrs. C. C. Burbridge, Vine St.,
t Plattemouth, says :'Some years ago
my back caused me a great deal of
I misery. It ached most all the time.
Charles Edwards. This plaat, aside
from lighting the house, lights the
barn, garage and other buildings.
The Delco is the best system of this
kind on the market today and Mr.
(Strong as ever. Since then, I have
After I had taken Doan's
Pills for a while my back
Washington. D. C, Oct. 24.
What may pice one of the greatest
industrial battles in history was be
lieved by some observers here to be
forecast, by the announcement to
day of Samuel Gompers, president
of the American Federation of La
bor, that a conference of Ihe heads
of the 112 international unions
affiliated with the American Feder
ation of Labor would be held i:i
Washington in the "near future" to
discuss present and impending dis
Co-operation of the four big jail
road brotherhoods and the farmers
of the country as well as the labor
organizations of Canada probably
will be sought, it is said, in further
ing whatever program the union
chiefs decide upon.
Mr. Gompers announcement was
contained in a telegram to the Illi
nois Federation of Labor at Teoria.
His message was in reply to one in
which the Illinois organization ask
ed that a special convention of the
American Federation of Labor be
called to perfect an alliance of the
international unions of the United
States and Canada, and the rail
road brotherhoods "more effectively
to fight out the life and death
struggle of the workers' now in
To Assess Workers.
Federation officials also pointed
out that the Illinois branch propos
ed that the aid of the farmers be
enlisted and that assessments aggre
gating one-fourth of the net earn
ings of organized workers he made
ujitil the objects of this drive be
Decision to issue a call for the
meeting of the international union
chiefs was reached by the federa
tion's executive council. Tuesday
night, but the announcement was
withheld. At that time labor offi
cials had become convinced that the
national industrial conference would
be unable to reach any basis for the
establishments of industrial peace.
Recall Gompers Warning.
It was on the following day that
Mr. Gcmpers. in withdrawing or
ganized labor's representatives from
the conference, warned the employ
ers' group that when they met in
conference again with the spokes
men for union labor they would be
glad to talk collective bargaining.
Federation officials today declined
to go into details regarding the
forthcoming conference. They said
subjects to be discussed would rest
with the union chiefs themselves,
and the time of the meeting had not
Whether there was any connec
tion between the proposed confer
ence and the notice given the rail
road administration by Timothy
Shea of the firemen's brotherhood,
that the railroad workers would
fight for general increases in pay
before the government relinquished
control of the reads, was not dis
cussed. Position of . Brotherhoods.
The brotherhoods are not affiliat
ed with the American Federation of
Lalor, but there has been close co
operation between the organiza
tions. Leading officials of the broth
erhoods recently have held frequent
conferences with officers of the fed
eration, and announcement was
made a day or two ago, by the com
mittee conducting the steel strike,
thajt the brotherhood chiefs had
given their consent to a strike of
railroad workers employed in and
around steel mills involved in the j
present controversy in the steel in- i
1 24 0 acre farm, 12 miles from town, fair Improvements, 20
acres in cultivation and ICO acres more can be lroke. 35.00
2 020-acre table land farm, 14 miles from two good towns, three
quarters of .a mile to school, two miles to chureji. Good im
provements. 200 acres under cultivation; SO acres in fall
wheat. This is a bargain ar ?H2.50 per htp.
3 320-acre table land farm, 1." miles from town. Good improve
ments. 1G0 acres tinder cu'tivation and more can be broke.
A bargain at $G5.0 0 per acr .
-4 ICO-acre farm -9 miles from town, and miles from rail
road siding. One-half mile from school. Mail route and tele
. phone rights. SO acres cultivated; 10 acres alfalfa and 70
acres pasture. A bargain ?5.r.oO per acre. Good improve
720-acre farm 10 miles from town. Good improvements. 150
acres under cultivation and SO acres more can be broke up
very easily. 1 V. mile to' school. Mail route and phone rights.
Subject to lease on CO acres. 20 acres in alfalfa fenced hog
tight. Only $."2.50 per acre.
C 47o-acre farm, 9 miies from town. CO acres cultivated. Fair
improvements. This would riake a fine combination farm and
stock ranch. Only $17. SO per acre.
7 G40-acre table land farm. Good improvements. 1C9 acres
under cultivation and about 100 acres more can be broke up.
10 miles from town and a bargain at $40.00 per acre.
8 4S0 acres of table land and pasture land. 14 miles from town.
70 acres broke and more can be broke. A good wind mill and
tank and fenced. A bargain at $27.00 per acre on easy terms.
9 SOO-acre farm 7 miles from town. Good improvements. 130
acres cultivated and a lot more can be cultivated. Phone rights
and a genuine bargain at $52. j0 per acre.
10 1120-acre farm C miles from town. Well improved. S00 acres
of bottom land. Own ditch and appropriation for C:'.0 acres.
400 acres under cultivation. Five sets cf good improvements.
' A bargain for the man wiio can handle this. $150,000.00 for
all of it. Party wants half cash but would consider less.
11 1C0 ncres of table land. CO acres can be broke and is a real
bargain at $3,500.00. It is 11 miles from town..
12 4 S -acre table land farm. Good improvements. 150 acres cul
tivated. 10 miles from town. $80.00 per acre.
13 625-acre farm 10 miles from town. 600 acres under cultiva-,-
tion and about 400 acres in fall grain. Three good granaries
on the place and all fenced. A bargain at $0.00 per acre.
14 515-acre farm six miles from town. Fair improvements. 1C0
acres in crop. Only $27.50 per acre on easy terms.
15 320 acres close to Plattsmouth. Well improved. Will sell
all or in part. An .excellent farm.
F. G. EGEN
Office Wagner Hotel Building.
Phone 108 - Plattsmouth, Neb.
Fancy stationery at this office.
The beginning of almos: every
serious disorder is constipation. If j
you want to enjoy good health keep
your bowels regular. This is best
accomplished by proper diet and ex
ercise, but sometimes a medicine is
needed and when that is the case
you will find Chamberlain's Tablets
are excellent. Thev are mild and
gentle in their action, easy and! Sundays by Appointment
pleasant to take. Give them a trial, j 8:80 a- m- to ":ol:30 P- m. to 6:30
They only cost a quarter. t te- mot Plattsmouth. Neb,
DR. H. G. LEOPOLD
-rtal Attention to Dlnnnra of Wonfi
ACUTR DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Call Answered After Honri
ed to be the best that can be built.
On Thursday evening a gentleman
stepped up to the counter at L. A.
Tyson's drug store and inquired,
j"IIow many boxes of cigars do you
want?" The smile gave him away.
Lou safd, "Oh! The heck with you.
It's Lester," and it did provfc to be
his brother from Cheyenne, whom" he
had not seen in a good many years,
and who had stepped in to pay him
I lsy "osenmai, agent lor me uei- ftlwavs considered Doan.s fine for i ed to all parts of trie United States
co Lighting System, has installed a back;che and kidney trouble and 1 and to many foreign countries. This
plant in the fine country home of . aa th.m tn io r.,, t ,t
neighbors when I have heard them that it is a medicine of m-re than
complaining." . j ordinary merit. Give it a tml and
Price 60c, at all dealer. Don'f you will find this to be the Ck.
simply ask for a kidney remedy J . '-
sret Doan's Kidney Fills the same
Stepping Music by the. Bungalow Jazz
Come and Dance With Mrs. Hallowe'en
Gents$1.00 Spectators 50c Ladies Free
PLUS WAR TAX ,
Dance Given by the K. K. Dancing Club
Studebaker's to Models
ARE 1-1 1- I J I v
Chamberlain's Congh Eemedy. .
This remedy is intended" especial
ly for . coughs, colds, croup jnd
whooping cough. From a small be
ginning its sale and use'has extend-
We vcan make immediate deliveries of these
classy cars and take in your used car at prices
you can't afford to turn down. All factories
are speeding production and each new car
means another used car placed on the market
What will result?
With a steel workers strike, prices of steel
are not going to decline to say the least. Now
is the appointed hour to make your purchase.
FOR DEMONSTRATION CALL 79
T- X I 11 1 a 1 1
jiosemnai nas insianeu a numoer in that Mrs Burbridge had. Foster
th is section 'who have had no trouble Miiburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. John Thierolf waj among
those going to Omaha this afternoon
to spend a few hours. -
J. F WOLFF, .
I Main St. Garage Telephone 79
Block South of Postoffice
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