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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1919)
PIATT5IJ0UTH SEMI-WEEKLY J0UPJ7A1
LIOHDAY. HOVFMETE 3, 1319.
AUTO SMASH UP
A VISITOR IN CITY
DON'T NEGLECT A
. RHEUMATIC PAIN
Go after it with Sloan's
Liniment before it gets
LEADS TO SUIT
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford cars have become such a world
utility thai it would almost seem as if
every family ought to have its Ford car.
Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan,
(the two latter have enclosed bodies) and
the Truck Chassis, have really become a
part and parcel of human life. You
want one because its service will be pro
fitable for you. We solicit your order
at once because, while production is lim
ited, it will be Hrst come, first supplied.
Car Belonging: to J. M. Calkins, of
Lincoln, Crashes Into that of
John H. Ruhmann.
IT. P. Pollock Auto Co.
Phone No. 1
ISSUES MARRIAGE LICENSE.
From Friday Pall v.
Yesterday afternoon marriage
license v.-as issued in t lie otlic? of
("junty Judge A. J. Heefon to Mr.
Curtis Hobbs of Avoca and Mis
Gladys Day of Wet-ping Water. The
young people were united in niar
i iage last evening at the home of
the bride in Weeping Water.
County Clerk Geo. K. Sayles last
evening took a trip out over the
eastern portion of the county deliv
ering the remainder of the election
supplies to the five eastern precincts
and in three hours had trie supplies
all delivered and receipted for and
now everything is in readiness for
the election on next Tuesday.
Frc-n Saturday'!" Hally!
There was filed this morning in
the county court an action in which
John If. Knhmann. a resilient oi
near LI ni wood, is the plaintiff and
J. M. Calkins, of Lincoln, the defen
dant, asking for the sum of ?SG.SO
as the result of a collision yesterday
afternoon on the () street road near
Kim wood and seven miles east of
The plaintiff alleges in his peti
tion filed in court that he was trav
eling along the highway and seoing
the car of the defendant coining,
turned to the. right as far as possi
ble in order to permit the approach
ing car to pass bun. but that the
driver of the car belonging to Mr.
Calkins drove in a neglect ail manner
and allowed his machine to crash in
to that of Mr. Kallmann, re.-ultin,
in the breaking of one of the front
wheels, bending the right axle and
badly damaging the right front 1
fender of the car.
The car of Mr. Calkins was being
driven by his driver, a colored man.
and also was somewhat damaged by
the head on collision that will make
Thomas W. Evans of St. Joseph. Mo.,
an Old Time Business Man
and Banker Here.
AppJv a little, don't rub, let It Pcne
trat, and good by twinge! S:-.me for
external aches, pains, strains stiffness
of joints or muscles, laments, b: u;sts.
Infant rebel without nunsincs or jpM tim)1 fri(.ml;.
soueu doming. Kt nai :c--i;ie ini eesi
selling liniment year after year. l-co-nomical
by rea.-on of enormous ra!cs.
Keep a big bottle ready at all ti-'Ks.
Ask your cruepist for Sloan's Lir.i
mcnt. 35c, 7c, $1.40.
WHAT 1 STAND FOR
IMatt.vniouth. Neb.. Oct. 31. 19 Hi.
Owing to the fact that a number
of false stories have been circulated
as to what, it is said, I stand for. a
number have asked me to state my
position. I therefore beg your in
dulgence for a brief space.
I saiil I knew of one farm in the
som repairs necessary. ....,..,. v.. ,
Mr. Kuhmann was in the city to-8-000 acrts- aml that 1 Wi's 'I'Psed
dav and secured the services of At-'to sucn landed estates. There could
be but three
For Sale 180 acre Farm, 3 miles west of Plattsmouth
To d You
The Frank Steppat farm has been sold and the new
owner, Tom Cromwell, has authorized me to sell it
for him. New Tom is a quick dealer and if anyone is
ihirking of bu3ring this farm, better see me at once.
FOR TOM WON'T OWN IT VERY LONG
Same Price as advertised before $280.00 per acre
T. H. POLLOC
Yesterday Thomas K. Evans, of St.
Joseph, Missouri, was in the city en
joying a visit at the borne of Charles
C. I'armele, and meeting with his
in the city with
whom lie was associated in the long
ago when the new state of Nebras
ka was but a frontier post of the
settled portion of the United States.
Mr. Evans has for many year3
been connected with the First Na
tional bank of Kt. Joseph, Missouri,
and his influence there has led to
the upbuilding of the city. Some fifty
ye:;rs ago be was a resident of this
city and for r.ome time served as
casb.i'T of the First National I'.ank
of I'latt-'inoutb. prior to going to St.
Joseph to engage in the banking
While in Plattsmouth he was con
nected with the pioneer firm of
Tootle, Hanna it Clark, all of whom
later moved to St. Joseph to estab
lish business interest there and have
been vital factors in the progress of
the Missouri city.
Each year Mr. Evans finds oppor
tunity of visiting the old home here
and spending a short time among
the old friends who are growing few
er in numbers each year with the
pasi-ing of time and these occasions
are very pleasant ones for the old
The old residents of the period of
Mr. Evans' residency in Plattsmouth ,
have to a great extent either remov
ed from the city or been called to
citv but few remain.
tonifv ( A Kawls to look after his ul- uul .n:i wi a jm e-
interest in the case. Mr. Calkins, j Iikt IMattsinouth precinct oi
the defendant, is a former resident ;in' otIlt'r precinct of sections,
of Cass county who has been making ,If ,hree nien owned all of Platts
his home in Lincoln for a number of 'mouth precinct or any other pie
years and he was enrdute back to;cinrt' v-'hat NV(,uhl the otlu'r far,!"'"
Eincoln from a visit at his farm near ers Jo-
Alvo when the accident occurred. I It has been falsely reported tbatjthir last rest an1 among thore who
T fnvore.l .-.ti fU-ht hnnr i:v mi tii. were then active in the life of the
FORDS SOLD ON PAYMENT PLAN. :farm. When I worked on the farm.
,1 know it was impossible during the
Call on US tnd let US explain our 'crc pping season to raise a crop and
plan Lew we will sell you a Ford harvest same on an eight hour day.
car. any model, on payments to suit I d not favor any schedule of hours
your salary. Now is the time to get Per day. nor any schedule of wages,
a new Fcrd car, if you wait till ; because I do not know what is rir.ht.
spring; the demand will be so great , Ut I v.-as opposed to the daylight
that we Will not be able to fill all -aving law, especially in peace time.
the farmers :rgani.-i:v.:
or unions or leagues.
No. 1. tfd&w iTheii I do favor the farmers unions
RETURNS FROM SAD
MISSION IN IOWA
I high 1 I
Don't Let $55 Scare You!
if you need an overcoat.
That is what it takes to buy a Ford Coat, one of
those real 100' Coats, with the 100' guarantee.
A NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED
We are in shape now to take care of your needs when
it comes to good warm overcoats.
If you cannot afford a Ford, we have many others
that are wonderful values for the prices we ask.
Eelted Models, Half Belts, Single and Double Breasted
Greys, Browns, Blues
$25 to $40
orders. Buy now and pay while you ! I do tavor
ride. T. II. Pollock Auto Co. Phone 'associations i
George W. Homan, of This City, Ar
rives Home from Corning, at
Deathbed of Niece.
Phone No. 1
and labor unions getting together ti. . Homan. oi mis cn. nas
and eliminating all of the middle-! just returned home from a two
monV u-ntti. tint 1 . nncaihlo T :ni 'Weeks' StuV lit Coming. lOWa, where
Eighty acres, about four miles : also in favor of the farmers and la- he was cnlUd by the serious eondi
west of Plattsmouth. Price $ 300 pr boring men formulating the best tion of his neice. Miss Gertrude Ho
acre. Well improved. Inquire of l". I possible public pidicy agreeable to man. The neice bad been suffering
G. Egenberger, Hotel Wagner block, ! both. I am, Very truly, -from an attack of typhoid fever for
Plattsmouth. 20-ltw-tfd j A j, TIDD. everal, weeks and her condition he-
,t:ime such that the uncle was call-
Daily Journal. lHc a week. led to her bedside but shortly alter
Coming-, '-The Miracle Man."
his arrival the well beloved r.eice j casions with her uncle and is well
much worse and passed .'known to a large circle of - friends
became much worse
Miss Gertrude Homan was thirty
six years of age and has since the
death of the parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Homan, been making her
home with her sister. Miss Lucy
Homan and the death of Miss Ger
trude breaks the last ties of the
home. Miss Homan has been a vis-
here who will regret to learn of the
Buy a new Ford car now, any
model, on the payment down balance
in six months or one year plan, or
12 monthly payments. T. H. Pol
lock Auto Co. Phone No. 1. tfd&w
Allan Holubar's super-production,
itor in the city on a number of oc-P'Xhe Heart of Humanity."
the Oireatest Pictur
Emi to re Se
a so on
Two Shows Each Night!
Two Shows Each Night!
Aduhs 55c Children 30c
including war tax
im r pwpy
Adults 55c Children 30c
including war tax
WILL BE AT THE PARM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, November 4th, 5th, and 6th
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