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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1020.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
1 W '
RETURN FROM CAMP
ING TRIP IN NORTH
County Judge A. J. Beeson and Wife
and J. E. Wiles and Wife Return
Heme From Minnesota
DOINGS IN DISTRICT COURT
From Monday's Dally.
This morning a short session . of
district court was held with Judge
Begley presiding and several minor
matters dispose d 'of by the court. In
I A'A Kim
. Be Cool in Genuine ;
. Palm Beach Suits! '
IF EVER A MAN SHOULD DRESS TO FIT THE
vveatlier it is in hot day?. Of course you could ask the
doctor; but it is not necessary to go farther than your
' Here's Palm Beach in shades light and dark, to
suit every fancy of complexion. Tailored like your
Easter worsted. Cool comfortable -washable.
For the next few days, we will offer our entire
slock of Palm Beach suits and odd tiousers at
From Tuesdn -' .Dally.
The auto party composed of Coun
ty Judge A. J.-Bee.-:on and wife and
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wiles, returned
this morning from a two weeks vi.-it
in the lake country of Minnesota a J
if al'f members cf the party bear the
rejuvenated appearauce' of the Juds
the trip was a splendid success. The
members of the party had gone pre-
' pared for a regular outing and each
I evening would make. camp along the
! ! roadway or lake and enjoy the d?
I ' lights of cooking and camping in the
must approved back to nature style,
; All cf 'the party are enthusiastic
I over the lake country as a place for
a vacation and found that the most
lliestful spots in. the ' world were
I along the ccol and inviting shade of
1 the trees that tower along the lakes.
j ! Plenty of fishing was enjoyed by the
I ! members of the party and the catches
! ' from the lakes served ashe basis of
I ' many a delicious repast cooked at the
j ! camp grounds. The roads were found
I ! to "he fine and the trip was not marred
I j by rains or storms and made fr fine
i i traveling bv day and with cool and
From Monday's Iaily.
Roy Bennett of Weeping Water
wijj in ft li k pitv todriv fur n few Virmr.s
the case of James Stander Ber-aitendi to S(,me luatters -at the
nice Stander. et al. the petitoin or cQurt
plaintiff asking for the quieting of .
. , . . . , ,.,.,, i,Q.,,.,i 1'. A. Ilild and family, of Mynard.
title to certain real estate was heard - .
and the court handed down a Judg- a even.;,
ment in favor of the plaintiff. I f ll(r 1S after some
In the office of the clerk of the matters or uus.ness.
district court an action entitled i Walter Schneider of Cedar Creek,
James Lambert vs. Joan Coleman, et ! was in the city yesterday to visit fori
al. was tiled asking for the quieting ! the day with friends and while here i
of title to real estate. officiated as umpire at the ball game
between the Ktd :;.x and Kalston. J
I l j
LOCAL LUMBER DEALER ,
HAS THE "SHINGLES"
From Tuesday's Ia!ly. .
August Cloidt, the lumber dealer,
has for several days been suffering
from a malady that "is strangely in
keeping with his line of business as
he has the "shingle V a very annoy
ing form. of sunyner rash and which
has been bothering him for some
time. This is one case where the
"shingles" hae reached a low price
and August is willing to let anyone
have these "shingles" that wants
them and no questions asked.
comfortable evenings to rest.
SUFFERS SERIOUS INJURY
IN STEPPING FROM WALK
Janies Ui'mour. who has been here
visiting'ct the home of his parents,'
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. C.ilinour, returned '
this afternoon ta Murdock where ho!
is staying at the h.?i:ie of his uncle.
John F. Gustin.
Hon. K. M. Pollard of Nehawka
came up this morning from his home
to spend a few hours in the city at
tending to some matters at the court
house in regard to the school district
of which Nehawka is a part.
HAS HAND CUT
From Monday's Dolly.
II... l IT
c xf.i!1--a nnr I esieruay imiruins .m. o
This morning Tom Short, one oljcott was the victim of a very pain-
ithe emploves of the L. C. bharp iac- fuj injury as a result or wtnen sne
I j tory, had the misfortune to get his i!5 suffering from a badly sprained
'right hatod quite badly lacerated on all'Kje Mrs. Woscvtt had started from
j I a belt that he was working with and tne home on High school hill f,or
(as tue resuu oi wiuin n .i.-.
sarv to nave seven siucues wKti. iu
the hand and it will be. several days
They will serve as a night cap for this summer, then
wait patiently in camphor for the summer to call it back
on the job."
I ! ln.foi-a i t n.rni-Mrs thp full Uii' of tTIe
1 1 injured hand.
! bill places Ireland
ii under martial law
Sunday school and as slie stepped
from the sidewalk on Main street,
she was unfortunate enough to
'.urn her ankle, spraining it in a very
painful manner. The injured mem-
iwr will be drev-ed and the patient
made as comfortable as possible, but
it will be some Pttle time before she
entirely recovers from the effects of
From Tuesday's Daily.
Frank P. Sheldon of Xehawka. was
in the city today for a few hours
attending to some matters of business
at the court house.
Mark White motored up ibis morn
ing from his home south of the city
and spent a few hours looking after
some matters of business.
Attorney C. E. Tfit, of Weeping
Water, was in the city today for a
few hours attending to some matters
of business at- the court house.
Built In Bosch Magneto
Insures. Hot Spark
. "Z" Engine ignition positive powerful perfect from
Bosch high tension oscillating magneto, built into every Z.
Engine, insures hot spark that gives utmost power from fuel.
Oscillating type means quick start with little cranking.
Highest grade magneto on the market every part inter
changeable as accurately made as a fine watch. Its action
is positive, its spark is fiery intense hot!
All contact parts extra strong case hardened wear resist
ing. This guarantees lifetime ignition-service for the "Z .
Perfect ignition gives the "Z" added power quick starting
smooth, steady operation under all loads.
Come in today and let us toll you about other exclusive "Z"
features. For instance: Runs on kerosene, coal oil, tops, as
well as gasoline; more than rated power; every part inter
changeable; clean-cut, efficient design; long-hv edendurance.
II. P - 1 $ 75.00
3 H.P 125.00
6 II. P 200.00
Bestor & Swatek
THE OLD SYSTEM IS DEAD
From Wedne.riavs Dally
TAKEN TO OMAHA HOSPITAL
4; If iLJ
RESIDENCE FOR SALE
Eight 500m house all modern. Has
:tf-ai:i heating plant, one-halt block'
of ;:r.-!ii'ii. Nice location. This Is
?: of lc be, built hniucs iu the
city, and we consider it a splendid
i::-tn,. lit. If d.-.-ir-d, v.e wiil give
vo-i the lo!b:.-i:u; a tractive terms: ,
J 1 ,0'iO.iMt ilown", balance in monthly'
payments. Deferred payment to draw '
The commodious brick residence in
Mattsmouth known as the Weckbach-
Walker home located at 4th and Oak
! streets. This property is he last of
the lfcst down town properties that
1 car. be secured at a reasonable price.
Only half block from pot otlice, li
brary, court house and shopping dis
tricts. About, tour fine lots, is high,
sunny and sanitary, fine shade and
lvn, good well, cistern, city water,
has jjuod barn, partly modern, pol-
oimr.ic iik iu:iiiNi
Military Courts Will Supersede
Crown Tribunals and Duties
London, Aug.S. Duties of crown
tribunals in Ireland will be taken
over by courts martial, even to the
extent of settling civil disputes, in
fliction of lines and the binding of
accused persons over "to keep xthe
peace under the terms of the new
Irish bill, which was made public
Military courts also will take over
the duties of coroners and will have
the power to decide cases without
jury. In trials for crimes punish
able by death, however, one person
who need not be an officer, s-hall sit
as tne of the judg.s. He must be
approved by the lord chancellor o:
Ireland or the lord chief justice of
Persons convicted by them may :c
ishfcd o:.k floor in living room. The
place needs home repair; will make i imprisoned in any part of Great lirrt
splenduj homo for retiring farmer orjtaljip ,)in n);lke. pi.ovi -loll :oV (.x
a::v one desiring a substantial in- ,.tu.nnir rioter frmi the working of
TL: . , nvoninnn rrrr v est men t or h i gh clas:; residence prop- t he law by stipulating that it sh-II
77iis is an exceptional eppor- 0ut.of;town owners of this he eftVctive ,n th. whoic or any part
ttmttv. Act CUlCkl " , . , i of Ireland.
s j;."jjeiy nte ujijucMi'ii mi ut:
pfse ( l it at once I will then tore
offer it for about one-fourth of its
actual replacement value.
L. C. SHARP MFfc. CO.,
Real Ei-ate PHONE 28 Insurance M r Plattsmouth, Neb.
ami olir- cf Prlilo f MU
In t!.- "omit v Court of Cass cjlint ,
Ncl.niska. , ,.
State of Nt-1 : ,i.-ka. County of C a.s.
To all pernio. interr-stMl in tin es
tate -r .Taeoti 1:. Vallery. (lwi-asiil:
fn rt-adinar df petition o (lrao
Vi-llerv fuivinj; 'tliut tbv instrument
fil.-.l in this eoiiit on the .'ikI oay r
uKist, 19-'0. atnl jurtnu-tii to
tli ia.-t will ai..t t.stameiit of the saul
defease.!, mav -e proved add aH'-weo.
and ie.oide.1 :4- the laft will and tes
tamept of .la I' It. Vallery. defeased;
-.i.l Inwtrionent In- admitted to
-roiiate. mid ti:- administration ot said
e-tate .e maiiw-d to .tolin S. Nailery
and Mary Kl izabetli Vallery, as exc
hereby ordered that you. aim
in i i este.l in sai.l niaiiei.
tnav. am! no, :i I ' I ,i ' ai .
C, it to he h. W. in and for said coun
n on tie Isi .lav of s?ept em her. A.
it in -a. at ten o floeU a. m.. to show
ranse, if any there he, why the prayer
of the prtitioiei- snoiii(i inn i ihhu
hI, and that notice of the pendency of
.;lj.l p.lition ami the hearing' t hereof
l.e srivcii to persons nueiesieu hi
sail matter by p u hi isli in i a copy ot
thi.s Oiili-r in the riattsmoiHli .louinai.
a smii.Vf.-kl v new-paper t!inted oi
said eoiuitv, for three eonsecutive
weeks prior to said day of hearing.
Witness mv hand, and seal of said
court, this '-ml .lay of August. A. 1 .
w.i.nx J. him:sn.
rail a".-"w County Judge.
rwenty years ago many prepa-
1 X.. IMlKllfl
rntinns were Oliereu lO ynuiiK.
Dr. H. F. Brenuel. of Murray, was with tne nKJSt alluring labels. Rich
in the ctv vesterdav afternfion for flavors, help for any possible (lis-
few hours attending to some matters eases, etc., paraaea in u e au
I Th nrpsti?p and uood name
of business at the court house. -. , was at
ui mtruivwi.'c ciiivA a..-.-
L. J. MayfiuM and wife motored stake. But fortunately the old sys-
1 . i i Ti...J .. ..11 rit-nupf : l O
down veterday afternoon from Eouls- tern uieu. nm w ......
... I manufacturers oi remeaies eumpi o
ville to spend a tew hours visiting at J wlth tne highest stand-
the Journal office and with other , f an(i DUblic confidence.
friends over the city. Triner's American Elixir of Hitter i
,,.r,. S,l, ca,e in fhU n WI, Si
trom near t. euar t..reeK, Miere ne rePommend to his customers with tne
employed and departed on the early conviction that it would do what the
Burlington train for Omaha to visit label promised to do. I nner s .mer-
. . , . , f I ican Elixir ot Hitter wine is oi nai
with tnends for the day. ,'..., r. mp1, it
I value in iue i .Hiuiiiuiif " ..
is indicated, that is in constipation,
dents of Union, was in the city today poor appetite, flatulence, neauacnes,
.. .t , nervousness and other stomach dis-
attending to some matters at the , ' ,., rfM1,edif
court house betore the board of equa- (Triners i,jnjment, Triner's Cough
lization. He was accompanied by his Sedative, Triner's Antiputrin, Trin-
From Tuesday s Daily.
This afternoon Jame:; (Jallaghcr,
one of the aged residents at the Ne
braska Masonic hem;- was taken to
Omaha, where he will receive treat
ment and' will probably be comp-dled
to undergo an operation. Mr. (lallai;
her is well advanced in years and
ha been in very poor health for some
time ana it was thought lt to have
him treated ; the hospital in t'.o-
hope of giving him renet trom ni-
all pels.) n.-
daughter, Mrs. Kittie Stanton.
C. W. Weckbach, wife anl family,
of Crete. Nebraska, wlio have been
visiting at Lake Okoboji, Iowa, for
a few weeks, motored-to this city
today on their way home and will
enjoy a visit here with relatives and
friends. Mrs. Wckbach will be re
tnenibered here as Miss Ella Clark
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asher
Clark, old residents of this city.
!-! !-!! ! J-...'v.
DR. II. C. LEOPOLD
er's Anirelica Bitter Tonic, etc.) are;
equally reliable. Joseph Triner to., Coates 131k.
1:533-45 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, j J
Phone 20S t
J.P.iaSler & Son
h'fJ ii .
Judge James T. B.-gley departed
this afternoon for Omaha, where ne
will join 'MrV Begley and remain
over for the marriage of -Miss orev ,
Stu n i: ok ii i: i i n ti
I'rlilluii f"f I et eriiiliiulloii
T-state No of Annie I..aley-
l-likenl.arv. deceased, in the County
of ';aH 'y'Jif ....... U cousin of Mrs. Begley, who is to be
The State of .Xettrasku, in d.i I" i i . ,
: ..n.s ii.teieste.l in said estate, fj-e.ii-j married this evening at the lrinitv
Kms and lu-irs take notice, that Mil"" . .
l.onaid. the owner of the lierciiaf- I cat neural
t-r .1, , i il,. .1 ,-eat estate and interested
in 'ui Ii. has tiled her petition allfK-i
in'i that Annie I.. 1 )a 1.- y-l'".iken ha ry
died intestate in t'nion. Cass county.
Vei.it.skii. on or ahout Octoher. 1SH
being st resi.ient and inlwthitant of
t'nion. Ca.i county. Nebraska, and the
....viier of the following described real
estate, to-wit: f.ot six (G in. Kloek
Ihiity-nine in the City of t'tiiver-
sitv Place, Lancaster county. Nebraska,
leaving as her sole and only bejrs.at
law- the followins named persons, to
wn: Marv I. ( annon, lier mother, jitt.t
YJE SI4. ALL NOT ONLY GIVE YOU SAFETY AND SERVICE
WHEN YOU MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK, BUT. WHEN YOU
COME IN WE SHALL GIVE YOU A HEARTY WELCOME AND
MAKE YOU FEEL AT HOME.
IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO US TO ADVISE WITH YOU ON
ANY FINANCIAL MATTER YOU MAY BE CONSIDEFING.
WHETHER OP. NOT YOU ARE DOING YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
WITH US. COME IN! " '
WE STILL HAVE A FEW SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT
AT $1.00 PER YEAR.
ers State Sank
lb-it It. Kikenhary. ber widower:
:hat said .leeedeht died intestate; that
t . applica ti'in for administration has jj
n made and tlie estate of said tie-
cedent has not been administered in
the State of 'Nebraska, anil that the
Court determine -who are the heirs of
srtbl ilr'-eased, their .leiiree of . kin
shin and the" rhrlit of descent in the
refci pioperty of whi-h the deceased
died seized, which has been set for
hearinf; "n the sth .lav of September,
A. l. l'.tO, at 10 o'clock u. in.
Iute.l . at I'lat tsmoutti, Nebraska,
this :;i.l .lav of Auuust. A. I. I'.fJO.
Ahl.KN J. HKKSO.V
(Seal! uJ-3w -County JudK--.
FURNITURE FOR SALE CHEAP.
One davenport; three rockers; a
waxed oak dining set; one Vernis
Martin bed and springs '(bronze fin
ish); one prut coil springs sanitary
couch; dre?ser and chiffonier; Vic
toria sewing machine; a . Majestic
range-; laundry stove; three burner
kerosene stove and" one burner oven;
Honest Abe washing machine; baby's
hili chair and various other House
hold articles. At University Fruit
Farm, one half mile, east and one
and three fourths miles south of
Cnion. N'fbr. . ltw.
Mrs. Howard Ralya was among
those going to Omaha this afternoon
to visit for o few hours attending
to some matters of business.
Charles E. Stanton and wife de
parted this afternoon tor Oaaaha.
where they will spend a few hour6
looking after" some matters of business.
Delco-Light is more than
a mere lighting plant. With
the electric light you also
get electric power for your
pumping- water, running
the fanning mill, grind
stone, feedcutter and for
operating the cream separ
ator, churn and 'washing
machine. Write for Catalog
ISY ROSENTHAL, Dealer
PHONE WALNUT 999
50G8 Dodge St., Omaha
DRAWS THE DOLL
,fu&. s' -A
i aiJ sy v
From Tuesday's Daily.
The Popular Variety Store has been
ottennir a tine large sized non as a
sneeial nrize to their customers in
the past two weeks and on each pur
chase a chance was given on the doll
and the lucky number in the draw
ins proved to be 13S which was held
by Mrs. F. K. McCarthy, of this city
and the handsome doll was turned
over to the winner.
.NOTH i: TO UI.IMTOHS
of Nebraska, Cass coun-
Saves Time and Labor
in the Countv Court.
in the matter of the estate of
Ka. liel A. Kirker. deceased.
To the creditors of sai.l estate:
Yon are herebv notified that I will
sit at the Count v Court room in Vlatts-
month in said county, on the 10th day
of Auutist. 19-'". and on the 11th day
of Iec. niher. lfl-.'O. at 10 o'clock a. m., I l-rr-J
on each of said days to receive an1Jj)
examine ail claims nsamsi sai.i e
taie with a view to their adjustment
and allowance. The time limited for
the presentation of claims against said
estate is four months from the 10th
dav of Autrust, A. I. 1920. and the
time limited for payment of debts is
one vear from said 10th day or Aug
Witness my hand and the seal of
Kni.l Countv "Court this 10th day of
.Julv, A. 1)." 1920.
ALLKX J. BEF.SOX.
(eal) il2-tw County Judge.
MtTICi: TO CUKOITOKS
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
In the Countv Court.
In the matter of the estate of Mary
J. Johnson, deceased.
To the creditors of said estate!
You are hereby notified. That I will
sit at the County Court room in Platts
mouth in said county on August 9 th
is "O. and November 9th, 1920, at
nV-lock a. m. each day. to receive and
examine all claims against said estate
with a viow to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for the 1
presentation of claims against said I
estate is lour monins irom me 0111
dav of July, A. 1). 1920. and the time
limited for payment of debts is one
eeMf from said 6th day or July, ltrju.
Vitness uiy hand and tlie seal of
said County " Court, this 6th day of
ALLKX J. BEESOX.
(Seal) County Judge.
Office accessories of all kinds at
the Journal office.
DUSTERI10IF INTERIORS are frequently
where the finest and most highly idealized type
of Interior Decorating- is involved, as in some of
the finest churches and residences we have finish
ed in the state.
The preference for DUSTERH0FF INTER
IORS in such cases is due to the steadily growing
conviction that DUSTERH0FF. INTERIORS rep
resent the highest standards of interior decorating-.
It is due also in great measure to the feel
ing of security inspired by our policy
to do interior decorating of the finest qual
ity only and of such design and performance as
to provide an exceptional value in DESIGN and
DURABILITY beyond the most extreme requirement.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Coatea Elock., fa
C8t ot Riley HoteL J.
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