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PLATTSMOUTH SEI.IT-WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY,' AUGUST 2.
LOCAL N E WSCLARENGE BEAL IS i SAYS LEAGUE OF NA-
Enrich Your ; Farm!
With the present high prices of farm land,' it i neces
sary to get the greatest returns possible from the soil.
DISPOSE OF YOUR LITTER AND MANURE
Do not have decaying heaps of composition about
your barn yard. Have them sanitary; get the refuse on the
land where it will enrich the soil, and help you to produce
The Litchfield Spreader is the most wonderful ma
chine for this purpose you ever saw. It is constructed to do
the mobl work with the least power and will handle your lit
ter and manure in the cheapest and most satisfactory manner.
Sirongly constructed of steel. Get facts from us regarding
this spreader and its money-making possibilities.
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From Thursday's Daily.
J. Ij. Smith of near N'ehawka drove
up (his afternoon to spend a few
hours here attending to some busi
ness matters. x
John Lynn and Rev. W. A. Taylor,
two of the prominent residents of
rnion. were in the city yesterday af
ternoon and last evening looking af
ter some matters of business. "
Robert Shrader came in this morn
ing from hid home near Murray and
departed on the early morning train
for Omaha, where he will look after
the disposal of the wheat which he is
shipping to market.
IT. E. Iieeker. George .M. Hihl,
Frank Yallery and V. II. Young are
spending a short time in the west
driving out to I'erkins county to
look over the extensive land interests
that they have in that portion of the
state and will bo absent for a short
DOING VERY NICELY
Portion of Injured Leg is Operated
Upon and Yourg- Han Halites
in Excellent Shape.
ALEXANDER HOME CANNES
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still have a number f thosv
Xo. ! fanners, that will be sold riqht
if lakeu now. Hear in mind that ve
l:r. ve only a fow of them left that
v.ii; be sold ;it a reduct ion. Call
li-Mlicn' 4fl-V if .;i are intt ro-tci!
in ove i'A this time.
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W. A. ROBERTSON,
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DUSTEKKOFF INTERIORS are frequently
v.hcre the finest and most highly idealized type
cf Interior Decorating; is involved, as in some of
i':-: finest churches and residences we have finish
ed hi the state.
The preference for DUSTERHOFF INTER
IORS in such cases is dus to the steadily growing
conviction that DUSTERHOFF INTERIORS rep
ra;tnt the highest standai'ds cf interior decorating.
It h due also in great measure to the feel
ing cf security inspired by our policy
to do interior decorating of the finest qual
ify only arA of such design and performance rs
to provide cn exception?.! value in DESIGN and
DURABILITY beyond the nost extieme requirement.
From Friday's Dally.
W. II. lleil of Ixmisville, was in
t lie city today for a few hours look
ing after some matters of business.
Albert Zhrott and son Herman, of
near Murdoch, were in the city this
morning looking' after a few matters
of business at the court house.
(J. H. Olive of Weeping Water was
in the city ye.-terday for a few injurs
driving in with his son Hen. and to
meet Mrs. Olive who arrived home
N?il I't-diTseu of W'. ping Water
and Charles Jacobson of Eagle, were
in the city yesterday' af;erno;n for
a few hours attending to some mat
ters t.f business.
Ralph Larson, ca-hu-r of the Hank
of Commerce of Louisville, was in
the city today for a f-nv hours looking
after sun:" matters of business and
visiting with his parents.
Mrs. O. H. Olive of Weeping Water
came in yesterday i'.f ternoon fr.u..
Omaha where .-he l!.-s been visiting
and visited here f:r a few hours with
her sister, Mrs. John AI. I.eyda and
family. Hen Olive motored over from
Wetpir.g Water to meet his .mother.
From Friday's Pallj, -
'Clarence z. Heal, wh.o yesterday
morning had hi.-j right foot taken off
in the accident in the Hurlington
yards in this city is now doing very
nicely and stood the ordeal of the
operation that was necessary to re
move a part of tbe right leg that had
been badly injured by the cutting off
(f tin foot.
The patient was taken from this
city to the Innuantiel hospital in
Omaha, where the umptatiou was
performed and a portion rt the ri.;ht
leg removed as the bone and flesh
were so badly injured as to make it
impossible of saving it. The opera
tion was very successful and will
make it very easy to have an arti
licial lower limb fitteoV
M. M. Heal, father of the injured
young man and his brothers. Fi-nuk
and Harry Heal, were at the hospital
yesterday and remained until Clar
ence had recovered from the e.Teets
of the operation, which he stood in
tii'e slmpe. The mother of Clarence
ami Mrs. Harry Heal and Mr:;. A. II.
Noble were in Omaha today visiting
with the patient, returning this noon
and reporting him as doing nicely.
OF BOARD TO DENY
TIONS A DEAD ISSUE
Otherwise Third Tarty Candidate P.
P. Christensen Would Tttempt
to Kill It. He Declares.
From Saturday's Paily.
Mrs. S.' Ray Smith and little son
departed this afu-rnon for Weeping
Water where they will visit over Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Smith's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Domingo.
J. K. Pollock and Dave Eberso!
returned last -evening from an auto
trip to southwestern Colorado ami
report a fine time during their so
journ oa the ranch of Mr. Pollock
near Pagosa Springs. On their re
turn they found some bad roads in
northeastern Colorado but the trip
as a whole was a very line one.
Robert t.oodman of Haveloek. who
has been visiting here with his fat!:
er, It. V. Goodman and other relative
ana irienas, returned tins morning
to Ilavelock. Mr. Goodman has re
covered niceiy irom nis very severe
injuries received in tne fmops a
Havelock and his visit heme v
much enjoyed by the manv old
BABY CONTEST A
Splendid Array of Bright and Healthy
Youngsters Shown at Platform
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From Saturday's Dally.
ii mere was anyone who did not
believe that the finest babies in the
world were in Plattsmouth and Casr
county, they had only to viit tlx
dance platform at Fifth and Mail
streets yesterday where the big baby
show and contest was being held
i ne juuges selected were Dr. P. J.
Flynn. Dr. J. it. Martin, Mrs. W. J
;reigiit. .Airs. II. II. Harding, and
Mrs. Lillian Carraher -and even
4he-e were kept busy trying to select
the most perfect children to give the
various awards to.
The result of the contest was that
the silver loving cup for the grand
prize of all three classes was awarded
to Harold Hunter, son of Rev. and
Mrs. A. V. Hunter,
In class A, babies six to eighteen
months old. Wayne William Fall; was
given first prize, Jatheiine Theresa
r i-ner, veeond prize and Jauette
Kathcrine Hirz. third prize,
x In Class H. ninteen months to two
years. Richard Dean Hatt was given
first honors Jeane Catherine Brady,
second prize and Evelyn Elron War
then, third prize.
In Class C. two years to four years
old, Harold Hunter -Ron the first hon
ors, Howard Franklin Hirz. second
and Helen Pratt, third prize.
The show and contest was one of
the most successlul.held in that eity
and -the babies as well as the par
ents can feel very proud of the hand
some and perfect little folks Trho!
were competing in the show. '
vVculd-Be Scottsbluff Bankers Allege
Banking Beard Wrong in Re
fusing Their Request,
From Thursday's: Paily.
The rii;hf of the stat" banking
board to deny a charter to P'Titmr
who comply with the law as it is.
because they do not ccmply with the
. lam: ir.i ; t::e inviru lias set up is
vigorously attar-Led in a voluminous
iiricf filed Wedne.-day in supre:i
"ourt in support of an appeal by the
Commercial State bank of So;;-.-
Jens Xielson, a former member of
me legislature, -.';;; engaged in brink
promotion in 1 S 1 . and s cured the
organization of t he Commercial State
bank, with r . P.. Morgan and Grant
L. Sham way, the latter one tinn
state land commissioner, as tht
principal stockhohiers. When the;
application came before the state
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o.iiuviii;-- imam . k. uarrici:, an-
otber banker at Scott sblmY, entered
One reason 1;.- assigned why the
bank should not get a charter is
that the main stockholders in this
bank had been subscribers to stoek
in another bank sought to be orga
nized in the town in which there had
been violation of the law relating to
the percentage to be paid for promo
tion. Another was that one of the
stockholders had at one time accused
hi in of fraud. Another that the men
behind the bank were not financially
adequate ami lie also attacked the
integrity of Sbumwav as a state of
ficer in connection with the potash
industry. For this Shumway filed
juit against Warrick for 1100,000.
The complaint of the bank is that
the state banking board when it up
held t ho protest of Warrick, exceed
ed its powers. It insists that the
board being a creature of the stat
ute, can only exercise such author
ity as the statutes specifically con
fer on it. together with such inciden
tal authority as ma"y be necessary to
carry its expressed authority into
effect. State Journal.
New York, July :!0. The league
of nations is "nothing more than an
attempt to establish an international
bankers' soviet,' declared Parley P.
Christensen, presidential nominee of
the farmer-labor party, here today.
"The league of nations fs'a dead
issue," he paid. "If it were not. I
should want- to kill it."
Endorsement cf Irish freedom was
another point on which be expressed
"I am one of tluie who is suiii-
ciently in love with-the principles of
human freedom to come out squarely
for recognition of the Irish republic,"
Referring to the attempts of Gov
ernor Cox and Senator Harding to
persuade Tennessee to pass the equal
suffrage law, lie said: "If Cox and
Harding can't get rat iPcat ion, I will
go down aud try the rebels myself."
Mr. Christensen announced that
the national campaign of the third
p irty will be launched in New York
ciy. where he said, "are enthroned
the powers we are fighting." These
powers lie explained aro collectively
"Wall street," for it is Wall street,
he added, "that wins, no matter
whiuh of tiie old party candidates is
"'.Ye are mt." lie continued, "to
restore the government it) the peo
ple to make i: impossible for Wood
row Wilson to say in the future, as
ho has in the past, that 'the govern
ment of the 1'nited States is con-tnllt-d
by t lie combined orpwrat ions
and financiers of the 1'nited State-.'
h was true when he said it. and it
is true today. We want to make it
tru no longer. "
P.oth the democratic and reruihli-
YOU C AH NOT KEEP MOHEY IN YOUP. HOUSE AMD BE FREE
FROM ANXIETY AND WORRY. 3ESIDES MAKING YOU NER
VOUS, IT PLACES YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN DANGER.
FIRE MAY DESTROY YOUR MONEY, OR BURGLARS MAY
BREAK IN AND STEAL IT, AND THEY ARE DANGEROUS MEN.
HAVE NO FEAR OF LOSS.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 H INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR REN1 AT 51.10 PER YEAR.
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STUHR TELLS HOW
TO PURCHASE JIEATS
Lincoln. July 30.- S.-ertary Le-
Stuhr of the stutt- department - f ag
riculture is of the opinion that peo
ple in purcha-ing ni'Mt r.iak; a gre.il
mistake in not first inqu iri how
mucli ti:e meat thev want is j.do'i::!
poll iiC S
forms on which they -tami are
-'it -tir.glj- empty."
can parties, the candidate declared, and then specifying how man
"are engaged in a con-piracy to tluy want.
camouflage the league issue." Their "If people will say to the dealer,
purpose in perpetuating thi- di-xus-j 'how mu"h is your porterho:::-e a
sion. he continued, is "to blind the J pound?' aiid then specify the number
pocplc to tlie vi:il issuer." The phi'-'tf pound- wanted, 'they will discover
"dis-j that they will get much be'ter frcat
, j ment in the way of satisfuctory
Mr. Christensen clu-.rged that : weight than if they call simply for a
"there is a plot on between the re-! half dollar or seventy-five cents'
aciionaries t.f the republican and : v-' rth of the kind they want."
democratic parties to 'stifie ratifica-i
tion of the nineteenth amendment by t George Lar.iphear, Jr., departed last
evening for Chicago, where he will
enjoy a visit for a short time at the
home of his brother, Pert, and faiu-
the necessary thirty-sixth state."
Third party leaders, conferring
here, announced today that they are
making progress in whipping into
idiape plans for a national campaign.
The conference will be in session
v r r. t ?
Miss Elva , Hartford departed this
morning for Long Pine, 2seb., where
sl.e will be the guest of some of her
school friends at their borne in that
Mrs. Arthur Moran arid clif!dre.i j i''. '
departed this morning for Omaha,; Cd. W. S. Ask with and wife of
where theyv will visit over Sunday j Omaha are i:; the city visiting with
with relatives and friends. Mr. Mor- j friends for a few days at t he Masonic
an will join his family for a short I Home of which Mr. Askwith was for
visit in the metropolis tomorrow. merlv superintendent. .
For tho.;.' who ;re " in nejd of a
reiiic-'iy for !-:ldn-y troulle.s ;mi1 b;u
url e, it i.; a :! -1 plan to try I)on's
Kidiity ;i!'-. Tiiey are s-tronly
reciHi.urended by Plan.-;.;ou! ii people.
Ask your neighbor.
K. 'I. iliifery, 1 t :i ami V.'air.it
streets, Plattsmouth, says: ' didn't
require very long nQ of Do.m's Kid
ivy Pills to prove to me that tiny
are fi;ie, A pain would catch me
through my hips ::o I could hardly
raise a sh.(;vt! of coal. 'I here was
also, ;.t f iiius, a lameness across my
loins. i hati rca.-nii t.) beii-.-ve that
these troubles -were caused from a
disordered condition of the kidneys
and hearing Hoan's Kidney Pills :o
big l;!y spoken of, J got some. They
uave n.e"(;iiick reli-f anil ti;e reli f
warrants me in speakir.g of tlx1 rem
edy in the most favorable t.rm-"
Mr. Buttery g:ve the above state
ment Junct II. 1'Mir; and on M.iy 1
lDl'0, he added: "It has Ik en a ;;d
many years since I have !:ad the kid
ney trouble v. hich I told of in my
former statement of l!.ri. My cure'
is a permanent one but I still think
Ilium's Kidney Piils are f.nc and I am
glad to recommend them to other.'-."
Pi ice tji!c.
simply ak for a kidney remedy-- get
Doan's Kidney Pills--the -aine that
Mr. P.uttery had. Fotor-Milbiiru
Co., Mfrs., im !')":, lo. X. Y.
Ulcnk becks and cfTice accessories
st the Journal dice.
'rem Tin .silav's nail v.
.Members t.f the ICocky Mountain
Osteopathic Association met todav in
the opening session of the 4th annual
convention at Denver.
Dr. II. C. Leopold of this city, in
addressing the convention stated that
"an examination of the body should
be made as thorough as overhauling
nn automobile. Jiotli should he done
to note the exact structural and func
tional condition of every part. I'n
ies; uus is iictio treatment of any
kind Is little more than gambling
aaalnst time, besl.les receiving com
peii'ation under f;ilse pretenses."
A FINE LITHE SON
From Saturday's Dally.
The stork last evening visited the
vicinity of Pacific Junction and call
ed at the home ot 'Mr. and Mrs. The
odore Powies. leaving with them a
fine little son and heir. The: occa
sion has been a vety pleasant one to
the family and not the least dis
pleased is Grandpa John Richardson
of this city. '
d 1 3
The Big Fair of Western iowa, at Malvern
Ausrust 9, 10, 1 L 12 an
GREAT RACING PROGRAM Ten harness races; $3,000 in purses will
bring the fastest steppers ever seen in this section. Includes two big racing circuits.
BIG LIVE STOCK SHOW Liberal prizes offered on exhibits of Cattle,
Horses, Swine and Poultry. ,
SPLENDID PREMIUMS offered on exhibits in every line.
COUNTY HORSE SHOE PITCHING contest to select team for state fair;
Good prizes offered to winners of this event. ..
; 3 BIG NIGHT SHOWS August 10, 11 and 12, with grand display of
fireworks in addition to splendid entertainments put up by the different attractions.
, FREE ATTRACTIONS Every day at the fair. The best line up we have
ever offered. Includes Miss Irene Steele, soprano singer; Prince Okada and Dain
ty Livona, the Japanese entertainers; The Cayro Sisters &. Company, the "wizards
j of the wire;" Miss Lillian Baldwin, the world's greatest lady gymnast; The Leap
ing Finns with their old time circus feature, and last but not least, Uncle Hiram
Himself, B. W. Brown, with his singing pig.
BASE BALL TOURNEY Four crack teams of southwest Iowa will play.
AH in ali, the greatest fair and races in southwest Iowa. Of course you are
coming. Bring the whole family and the neighbors with you.
THE EMERSON BAND will furnish music each day.
DANCE PAVILION The American Legion will have a big dance pavilion.
' If you haven't a premium list, send for one.
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