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THURSDAY, rT3:RUAT:Y 5. 10J0.
riATTSSIOUTH SEJU-WIEELY JOURNAL
JUST CAME TO TOVVN-
The Spring Stetsons!
To our regular customers we need say nothing
more. But if you have never been among those pre
sent at a Season's Opening of Stetsons please con
sider this your invitation. If you wish to join the
throng ot well dressed men, start with us at the TOP
with a S.etson.
e are equally prcud to announce our first show
ing of new Spring caps. Our good luck in receiving
these early shipments, enables the young men of
Piattsmouth who are usually early birds with the caps
to give their eyes a cap feast. A feast of color, and
unique patterns and designs.
If your Head is out of Gear, a glance in
to our east window will convince you
where you should shop early.
r n i
f Leador-Lcha Out Gunr.ir.c;
Plant to JIr.nufncture a
Ke-.v Cement ?Iix-r.
Fm'Tii Fri. lav's Iai!
. V. n. IOmeter
ii.v-. nu d a e.-!;,, i t
an?hiiip thr.t 1
alor.a this tin.-. s
L- :d- r-Kcho. : i,-.
fa r an.l :n 'n
if !'. v ;:'d :',
( f YY:v. Wimmi has
I. sixer that excei'
s ti.'-:i itntt.ted
Eim v. o
the thin-': fur the
T:e o.i i d do v. ! i
t ' r! In I c- ti t ! Ill 's
tii.:' paper, sayiii--:
'- under-tan.! that ih--.-o i:ia-chiii''-
are to ie liundltd ly a re
liable company and that a factory 5.
I'j be laiilt S'iniewhere to ir,anu."-i"-fre
tlici-c mixers. Why '.h.otil ln't thi.-
a - wt
' me i;t
be !:-!. ;.: i this li:.r. so
i it ::'nl '! pe, :l;e to have this
t'V Iji re. Il Wu:'d l.;e."!i hi'
i ir Ilini v ! it: i;:;.:xy way.-,.
't ;.: e
this for o:. of the
I'veryone pet behind the j
ALi'O ACREAGE CLOSE TO PLATTSMOUTH!
Possession Can be Given on
March 1st, 1920.
i mi acre-; '
::r acre'; in
. est of I'latt. mouth, w ell improved and well fenc
wfalfa. fenced hos tipht. Trice $:;o.000.00. Good
is on this.
'it acre:-, south of ts-moui h
i i.;.pioved. Land lrys uood and
T ri.i- to suit purchaser.
"o acre.-, close to PI it tsmout h. Improvements are extra pood
tin.' land lays smooth.. This is a very tine place and priced right at
J S.of ; : i: . Ccmi t erms.
." acres 1 l;. miles south from business portion of Plattsmout h.
t;-f)i hot: : '.and 'ays well. Price ?2..".00.t0. Good terms.
:; r.i r with v ry pood house and close in. Only S blocks
fi'ia Main xtre.-r. 1'ri'c $i',500.C't. Wiil not take much cash to
These places arc priced right for quick sale, and as we are
clTeiir.g: possession JJarch 1st, there is no time to lose.
J. P. Falter & Son,
.hctl and push and thLs will become
a reality for our town."
DOES VEFvY C0XHE2IDABLE ACT
From Ti'fsilrtvp Tidily.
F.ttp rinteniieiit William Haird of
I the DiirlitiLton fhot)s and the men
jtmployed in the bit; Durlinston in
! st it ut ion have performed a very
! commendable act in bavins the side
; wall: from the shops down to the
;m;:tn part of t lie city liberally
I Fpri'ikled with sawdust that has
! made travel on the walks possible
'without dancer to life and limb.
: The residents of that portion of the
. ciy as well as shop employes have
appreciated greatly the foresight
whl-.h led to the placinc- of the sa
du -1 on the walks.
iTII OF LITTXE ONE
From T'lfsd t v's Haflv.
I On Monday morning at 1 o'clock.
; Annie, tl.e little 7-year-old tiaush
I tr l Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Roddy, re-
j-i .! i n it For.ih of I'n'on and near Wy
jomir.rr. passcil away after nn illness
jif p( me duration. The death of the
i little one comes as a frreat shock to
! The parents mid the friends and
school mates of the little ladv.
and 4 miles from Murray,
is clean. Price $ IS. 000. 00.
i DEATH OF MRS.
rOR YEARS RESIDENT OF THIS
CITY MADE HOME IN HAVE
LOCK PAST FIVE YEARS.
FliNFRAL TO BE HELD HERE
Declared was 72 Years of Age Eas
Seen a Resident of Ke
Iraska Since 1S34.
I'rnm Vk"eilni1av's Dally.
The message announcing the
(it-ji'i at a Lit- hour Iat nitrht of
Mi",. Lucy Talor at Havelock was
i eceived here at an early hour thi
Morning' by the members of the fu:.n
ilv and in response to th? nicsyatjc
I i Ivan Tavh.r. a
I : Morninir for that city to arrant
i the funeral services which wiil !
held hero where for so many years
the deceased had made her home.
Mrs. Taylor was 7 '1 years of ago
and was horn in Illinois, coming 10
Nebraska with her hu.-band. the
I late t;. I., iaylor in 1SS4. and fiiic"
that time has made her home in
'inis state ami a greater part 01 tne
t;me in natismout ti. j-or tne last
five years Mrs. Taylor has made li "
home at Havelock wit her son. Ini
tio Taylor, and her daiml.ter. MN-
Jj Folia Taylor, and it was at the home
I t of the son that the mother parsed to
j.the preat Jeynnd. The Iiii'-band
j Iiaj-en a way a nuniiier ol years at;o
iand six children are Uft to mourn
the passinir of the kind and lovinp
mother: KImer. Koy. Ivan and htiia
Taylor of this ctiy and Ratio and
Miss Telia Taylor of llavelock.
The deceased ha1 been p refit ly
troubled with asthma f ir a number
f ye:1 rs nr.d this with a complica
tion cf bronchitis of very severe
form was rhe cau-e of her death
vtiicli came very unexpectedly to
i he members of the family.
During her residence in this city
Mrs. Taylor made many warm
friends r.monp the associates and
neiphltors who wiil share with the
family the sorrow and prief that
the death, of this estimable lady has
brought to thorn.
The announcement of the funertil
arransrements will be made later by
members of the family, hut it is thr
in ten' ion to have the body of the
mother brought to this oity for bur
in! beside that of the hu: band in O.ik
GUESTS STILL LIXGER
irori Wnlpcsdav s (al;y.
Siieriff Quinton and the county
h.ave what is apparently a white
elephant on their hands in the per
son of the two Mexicans who are
still kept at the county jail av.ait
in' some action on the part of the
federal immiprut ion authorities to
move them from this city and start
them on the way to Mexico. The
sheriff and county attorney have
:aken the matter up several times
with the federal representatives in
rcpard to having the men removed
:md sent out of the country and each
time they have received assurances
hat there would be something do
ing in a few days but the feV days
have come and pone and still the
guests remain at the expense cf the
county. The men were given a short
jail sentence for petit larceny and
this has expired but the immigration
authorities seem in no hurry to take
the desired action in the matter tha
would relieve the county of their
un welcomed guests. Sheriff Quin
on yesterday took the matter up
with the office of District Attorney
T. S. Allen in t lie hope that the leg
u department might be able to in
fil home life into the deportation
TO ACCEPT POSITION
IN AN OMAHA OFFICE
Miss Florence White Resigns
Deputy in Office of County
Judge Allen J. Boeson.
From xv'ef'ines'ciayp rally.
The many friends of Miss Flor
ence White, t lie efficient and genial
deputy m the office of County Judge
Allen J. Beeson. will regret to learn
that Miss White is to leave next
week for Omaha where she has ac
cepted a position in the office of the
register of deeds of Doucrlas count v
and will take up her duties there in
I the next week. Miss White has been
' frr the past several years in the of
fice of the county judge of Cass
county and has given the best of ser-
vice in looking after the business
of this office and her prompt and
efficient methods have made her
many friends anions those who have
hud business in the count v iudce'.-
mucf. nic - H-jin oppori un 11 It s
. i- r : n-1 . . . r .. . .
offered in the Omaha position have
heen such that .Miss White feel-
compelled to accept although regret
i ins greauy 10 leave uie many
friends in this city.
County Judge Kot-on will not fill
the position uy appointment for
.'(imp time or at lea.-r until the lr-t
of .March at the next ...;;sioti of the
hoard of county coaital1-dinners.
STARTS ON NEW SCKELULE
Tills morning 11,
p:. ir department
; hops f tli- 1-'K'::1
! 'he - .
I. n iir - ton
a a ri ii'
.'farted their work
'ohetlule and the
t ,.j v n- . ; 7 o'cl
it0, f into rly. The
ma lid for rollirg
noccvary the oh a:
ing sch dule of the
r rrangomeat of th'
v. ill add consldeva'f
of the - i ? 1 7 employ
.a v n't
SUFFERS A SEVERE
FALL ON iGY WALK
Harlev Cecil Connr.fd to Home as
Tvesult cf Fa1! vV iie N2viatinij
the lev Sidewalks Yestcrdav.
rom WVdpesday's J-iiltv.
Harlev Cecil, v'.n.t ( t
the C K. WesCOlt'
con fined to his hut:
li verv bad fail su
:on s Mote. i -
as the result o;
a i ti eil V'.' t eri.a v
moi i ii u w h tie he :
his home i;i the we.
' it y t o h li w ork i n ; ,
': (" isit'ir lrot::
part of th
ley w as w alking do
and t he last clear r
was that of passj;
Wiles residence and
her having sustaine
his arrival at the :-'
rather da::ed condt:
later sent home in
ti Locust st :-,-rf
. -i !eet ion he h ur
t tie ; nomas
ice- not rem err. -!
a fall and ov.
fe ): was in a
on and he was
' car. Lat ev-
('inns ne was report ,t as showin
mme improvetmer.t and this morn
ing it was though: th.'.t he would
he able to be out a short time.
Medical oxatr.inr.tift, failed to reveal
ry trace; of concession as tl.e re
sult f the fall atid in this the yrnr.a
man is very fortunate as his fall
vas evidently of fvory severe na
ture and he is feeling i;uite sore and
stiff as the result.
From Frolny's Pnllv.
Yesterday wa- the twelfth w
dir.g anniversary of Judne and Mrs.
J. T. Br-L-Iey am! in honor of the
occasion a lew of the close f:cnJ
and r.oish !'; gather d at the hoir.e
!i r.ssi-t the gonial judav and -if-ii.
the irv.pt r oh-ervnnce of tiio h a j
iv occasion. The evrttir.g was s n :
n a most enjoyable visit with a f'- -'
musical tnitahers serving i: f!d ti
'be pleasures of the occasion. Yen
dainty and delicious ref : s!ii:,e:: t s
vote feved at a fttitable hooy i y
tt:e h.sle. r that served th ): z'i . n
the ; ;c.-.:..i:fS' of the eve-ni:.g a. d
u iiie-l- in departing ex':?nd:l
wtll wishes for many more such
jdcasar.t r: niversarien.
Heavy, impure 1.1' o l makes a tr.ud
dy, pimply (ompk-.h n.. l:eadache-s.
ll.itl-ea. itldige- ' iol'. Tiitll blood
ntal.es you weal'. tie and : ichly.
For pure blood, sound digestion, u.-e
Purdock IiP:od Pitt rs. fl..". at al!
-room house on Main r-treet. soutli
fide, between 10th
lots. 17 apple trees,
pear trees. Modern.
Phado trees in vard.
and 11th. Two
a clierry and 3
W. II. Dryan.
The Cedar Creek school, district
SI. will give a hrx supper and pro
gram Friday. February IS. 11)20.
Hot coffee, pop corn and brick ice
cream will be told. Everybody in
vited. Ladies bring boxes. Lelia II.
Huff. F.-thcr L. Ncyes, Teachers.
4 acres cf tend with 4 room house
in good condition. Flectric lights,
two wells and cistern, barn and out
buildings, in the west part of Piatts
mouth. For terms sec James .lanca,
Piattsmouth. j29-daw lwk.
DANCE IS POSTPONED
The dance which was to have been
given at Coates' hall on Friday ev
ening by. the Dick Avard saxophone-
. . 1 1 u ii u v ' j i u - A mj'jivu'. . uitucsiia, lias
1 been postponed until Tuesday even-
ing, February 10.
COL. W. R. YOUNG'S
FUTURE SALE DATES
Popular Southeastern Nebraska Auc
tioneer Has Large Demands
Made on His Time.
'ol. W. H. Young, thf popular
auctioneer of southeastern Nebraska
promises to be a busy man as wiil be
lot'-.- from the following schedule
.f future sale dates he alr-'ady has
Philip !?ir: 1 ; :ror- p'.at t smoi.t h
Fred Haffhe 1 hat I .!:':; h
W. K. Ros'Tic-rans, 4 2- acres
rial estate at his t,f? v
fio S. hafer. m; roe . ("
.; p v.i.
r 'i cel. j
l t; t:i
1 ".. ' '. ll'l ''. .'. o i .O
J ra !IK .a I
H John Wiito:. : ;ic
haw k;i !
1 r, V. -a WiK-a
M .! rra v
7 Ray Pollard. Hampshire. N't hawk:
s Ad.i!) .Sch --for My nan!
1! Dave F.aton ''nion
0 J. I). Cross & Sons Union
Pora 1 'rice Morray
Ileus;' Sab- J::! p :n.
J 1 Major I i a II Pa ilic Junction
I lermati liurt-.s A voca
Joe Johnson. Pla: tstn niih
F. C. i!o' ie. Auct i-'I.t '."
1'4 K. ((.rti. :t Klm wood
I'M Cause tner . Mynard
Mrs. J. G. Faster N'ehawka
F. C. Hull Piattsmouth
( lara 1 a is I.' n ioti
Eer'tt F.'xon Gra nt. Nib.
1 ie-iry K human Faple
Jake Yallery (StoL-ki Mynard
H. Sander:-- Cedar Creek
lid Xehon liruie. Xel).
RESIGNS POSITION IN
CITY GRADE SCHOOLS
Mrs. Mae S. llorcan Terminates 15
xears wcrk cn leaching; xorce
on Teaching; F
"rom Wfihisilay's Tiaily
It wiil be with regret that the
friends of the Piattsmouth city
schools ' will learn of the fact that
Mrs. Mae S. Morgan lias tendered
her resignation to the board of edu
cation as a teac-her in the depart
ment;:! branch of the city education
Mrs. Morgan lias accepted a posi
tion in the Omaha public .school sys
tem as supervisor of music and will
toon take up her work there for the
remainder of the term. During the
!ast f : w years here Mrs. Morgan
has developed the music in the
Piattsmouth school and her earnest
and faithful service in this line has The conditions in this city as re
developed the interest in the school i -ard ,he fln Epe to be very fa-
work that has lu Id and benefitted!
the progress. of the pupils of the de-
parfmental and high school.
ha also heen the principal
junior hiph school and lies been one
of the hardest workers in the teach
ing force in advancing the best in
terest1?, of the school.
To her new- position Mrs. Morgan
will take the best wishes of the
many friends in this city and the
Omaha schools will find that they
have secured a very a tile and effi
cient manager of their teaching
force who will do a great deal in
advancing the best interests of the
fchools. Mrs. Morgan will however
continue to make this city her home
and maintain the pleasant relations
with the host of friends in this city
and this will be very pelasing to her
many associates in Piattsmouth.
The work of Mrs. Morgan in the
departmental branch of the school
work will be assumed by Miss Cora
Owens, who for the past three
It's only a matter of a few days till these special value
shirts will be gone. HURRY is the word if you want
some of them. All neck band style, both plain
whites and fancies. A few left of every size
1 4 to 18. We cannot duplicate them less than
$3 and $4. You buy them now in this clean up
for the price of a work shirt $1.98.
C. E. Wescott's Sons
jlietr lips rtiei.i ilicix parted.... 1
Hie hotel clerk' vOas "peeking and
the honeymoon tOas" spoiled I
lias Tne most
op her career in
yen side-splittuuj acts$m y&
Adapted bij METRO ft
the famous BroadiOaLj
farce success bij fames
CidLen and Leulis Allen
'Bro wn e as produced,
cn the stage bit
'Directed bit JsknE.Iiice.
ffMMMi 1 1 JJB -fcJHLi MJMMBBMaWiWIWyBiM I I
-7:00 and 8:45
months has been one of the teach
ing force of the city and she will
endeavor to continue the present
high state of efficiency in this part
of t lie school. To take the place as
principal of the junior high school
and a member of the school faculty
the board of education has selected
Miss Anna Heisel. one of the able
teachers of the city and who will at
once take over this portion of the
INFLUENZA NOT GAINING
t'rom Thursdf.y's Daily.
The conditions in this citv
vorable as so far no severe cases
have been reported and the patients
: v no ui e Miiiering
with the malady
1 ar, a" showing improvement.
Mate uuinoriiie-s ai l.iucuiq
seriously considered the matter of
the enforcing of quarantine regula
tions which were in force during
the epidemic last year owing to the
spread of the malady in Lincoln and
Omaha but so far no definite steps
have been taken. The general char- J
act eristics of the epidemic this year
are much milder than last winter
and with the complications of pneu
monia which caused so many fatali
ties during the rage of the malady
over the nation during the fall and
winter of 191 S. The state authori
ties have announced that the toxin
which was used during the previous
spread of the disease is ineffective
at the present time owing: to the
fact that the phases of the disease
are vastly different.
While it is not a pleasant afflic-
If are-Take 'em
can at $1.98
Tuesday and Wednesday,
TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT!
10th and 11th
r in m
s r ' j i
MaxiOell Karqer. Direct- fa
tiouttill it is to be thankful that
the flu has not .show the previon
malignant type that caused so
many deaths in this community last
INCOME TAX RETURNS
A deputy revenue collector will be
in Piattsmouth from February 7 to
All persons having returns to make
should meet him at that time as he
comes for the purpo.-e of a:-1-!-1 !:-. ir
Be sure and have your inform:;
ready for him.
lie will also be at Murray the
Mynard the Cth, Cedar Cie h
14th and Louisville the K'.ih
17th. Bank of Oasr County.
National bank. Piattsmouth
l ank. Farmers' State bank.
Ford runabout with delivery body
included. Good condition. 2 steel
oil barrels. Phone 251.
For Sale: Plymouth Pock cor-ke: -els.
$2.00 each. C. II. Ilennings.
Cedar Creek. Nebr. j20-daw lwk.
C. C. Wcscott departed this morn
ing for Omaha where he will attend
a meeting in t hat city of the Ne
braska Retail Clothiers, which opens
a three-day session at the Hotel
Fontenelle today. Mr. Wescott I
to be one of the speakers at the ses
sion this afternoon.
The Journal prints sale bills.
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