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PIATTSMOTTTH SESH-WETEXY JOURUAL
THTP.SD.iY SEPHiEEIB 1M320
It's an important mission choosing the right Fall
clothes." You wantto be sure that they will bring you
good appearance, and the assurance of long, satisfying
wear. See the new Fall
Kuppenheimer Good Clothes
the are an investment in good appearance!
$40 and More
John ' ampbtll of Murray. v.is
looking lifter some business ill I'la;..--i..
until fi the afternoon.
IS ON HER VACATION
Miss Scphia Sievers. who is one of
of the efficient operators at the tele
phone exchange is at this time on her
vacation and is visiting at the home
cf her sister. Miss Anna Sievers who
is the chief operator for the Lin
coln Telephone and Telegraph com
pany at their exchange at David City.
After having completed there she
will return coming via Ashland
where she will visit at the home of
Harry Smith and family for a few
days before again taking up the rou
tine of her work here.
WOULD I0CATE HERE
WE WILL BUY CKICEXSS AT ED
LUTZ'S STORE ON
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18
AN 1 1 WILL PAY
Hens, per lb 27c
Springy, per lb 2Sc'
Old Roosters, per lb 14c
SWIFT Gc COMPANY
Remember Sataxdav Lutz's Etcre
This morning Messrs. Frank I'hlic
of Table Kock. and Joseph Marcek of
Shubert. arrived in the city, having
in mind of engaging in business here.
The gentlemen are both excellent
market men and have had vast ex
perience in the market business.
They would like to acquire a business
already running, but will look over
he ground with the Idea of ascer
taining the justibility of engaging In
the business. They are liking the
town and the appearance of life and
1 usines here, but will deliberate for
a short time before making an in
vestment. Plattsmouth is always
willing to invite capital and give en
couragement to all laudable enterprises.
FSattsmouth Red Sox
PLATTSMOUTH BALL PARK
This is the third game between these two teams
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: tie to the finish for supremacy.
From Monday's Daily.
"W. H. Puis of Murray was a visitor
in Plattsmouth for a short time this
morning looking after some business.
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
Water, was in the city today, called
here to look after some business mat
ters at the court bouse.
Louis Hallas the efficient and gen
tlemanly bookkeeper in the Murray
State bank, was a visitor in Platts
mouth at the home of his parents
for over Sunday, returning to his
work this morning.
Will Gobelman of Louisville the
popular salesman in the Diers Bros,
store of that place, was a visitor in
the county seat yesterday, being one
of the team who played the closely
contested game here.
Mont Kobb of Union was a visitor
in Plattsmouth for the day coming
up on the early train to look after
the loading and shipping of some
grain for the Haynes Grain company,
which he represents, of Omaha.
Dr. B. F. Brendel of Murray and
Will Seyboldt of near that city were
in Plattsmouth yesterday afternoon
attending the ball game between
Louisville and Plattsmouth and vis
iting with their many friends here.
Mrs. H. E. Ford of Cedar Creek,
was a visitor in Plattsmouth for the
day and the guest of friends, coming
down on the early train and on her
way home stopped for a visit with
her daughter. Mrs. A. B. Hass of
Geo. P. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek, was a visitor in Plattsmouth
this afternoon, having spent the
morning in Omaha looking after
some business matters and returned
via this place, at which the folks met
him in their car.
F. W. Campbell and wife from east
of Murray, was called to Plattsmouth
this morning to look after some busi
ness for the day. Mr. Campbell is
beginning in the seeding of his win
ter wheat crop, which will comprise
of some ftfty-five acres.
L. F. Triuipe and wife were vis
itors for a short time in Plattsmouth
last evening while on their way from
a visit at the home of J. H. Brown
of Murray and the friends where
they had been spending their Sunday
and were on their way to their home
This morning W. G. Boedeker of
the Bank of Murray, L. H. Puis of the
Murray garage, and A. Gansmer of
the Service Store of that city were
visitors for a few moments in Platts
mouth, looking . after some business
matters and continued their journey
to South Omaha, where they were de
stined to lock after some matters
which they had in hand in that city.
They were driving the new Viele car
which Mr. Gansmer had but recently
purchased from Mr. Puis and which
is the last word when it comes to an
$500,000 IN STATE
Nearly $500,000 has been taken
in benevolent collections by Nebras
ka Methodist churches during the
last year, the treasurer reported to
the state conference at the First
Methodist church this morning.
Of this $432,702 is expended out
side the state in foreign missions
and such enterprises and in this
state $57,440 is expended.
The conference will adjourn this
afternoon after a week's session and
will meet again in Omaha next year.
The number attending this year was
A resolution was adopted today to
place a copy of the ten command
ments or. the walls of every school
in this ttate.
M. IX Cameron. Omaha, was made
a member of the conference board
Bishop Homer Stuutz spoke at the
First Methodist church Sunday eve
ning. Visiting clergy occupied all
Methodist pulpits of the city and
some other churches. Omaha
WILL VISIT IN WEST
This morning Misses Mary Sedlak
and Mary Krajci. who have been wifh
the M. E. Smith company for a long
period, thought they were entitled to
a vacation and have concluded they
will spend a month at Cheyenne,
where thev have relatives and the
bracing atmosphere of the mountains '
will be a tonic to put the young la-
dies in excellent condition to return I
and take up the work here after the !
month of rest. i
GUESTS OF RELATIVES HERE
Christopher Jensen and wife of
Creston, la., were visitors in Platts- '
mouth since last Saturday, the guests
at the hone of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Lutz of this city, Mr. Jensen being
a cousin of Mrs. Lutz. After having
enjoyed . very pleasant visit. Mr. :
and Mrs. Jensen departed this morn-
ing for Omaha and will then go to i
Florence and afterwards to De Sota. ;
where they will visit at the home of ;
grandfather George Michaelson for
a short time before going to Blair.
which will be their last stop before j
returning to their home in Iowa.
FRIENDS GIVE FAREWELL PARTY .
FYon Tuesday Dally
Fred Brandt of Louisville was a
visitor in Plattsmouth today, com
ing down on the morning Schuyler
to look after some business matters
at the court house.
J. M. Patterson, of Union, cashier
of the bank of that place, with Mrs.
Patterson were in Plattsmouth in at
tendance of the funeral of the late
Mrs. Wayne Dickson.
G. W. Cheney and wife of Union,
were in the city this afternoon at
tending the funeral of the late Mrs.
Wayne Dickson, formerly Miss Clee
Applegate of that place.
James T. Reynolds and wife, of(
near Union, prominent people of this:
county, were visitors in Plattsmouth j
last evening, coming to attend the,
recital at the Parmele and to look
after some matters of business. They
drove up in their auto.
On the departure of Miss Lena
True of Cedar Creek who departed
this morning for Gleirwood. Ia.. where
she will be employed at the Institute
at that place, her many friends in
and near Cedar Creek gave this young
lady a farewell reception at the home
of her parents. The evening was
pleasantly enjoyed with games, music
and song. The home was decorated
very beautiful for the occasion, and
every one present enjoyed the oc- j
casion fully. There were present for
the evening besides the guest of hon
or. Miss Leona True, the following:
Mioses Marie Schroedtr. Sophia True,
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Duff. May True, George Schroeder.
Jack True. Ray Denhani. The re- j
freshments which were served con-
fisted of sanwiches, sweet picfcles
and fried chicken and pop. The ;
lunch was eaten in the open by the
side of the lake and I. oat riding in- j
eluded a portion of the evenings en
for boys 14 to 19
in dark neat cassi
mers, stylish cut
823,50 to $35
Young men's suits
in browns and
S27.50 to S45
YOU'VE heard so much
about profiteers and pro
fiteering that you would
almost be tempted to dis
trust your own brother if he was in the
mercantile business. There's some of
it, unfortunately, that is true, but there's
a lot of it is absolute "bunkum." The
big majority of the merchants you deal
with are fair as fair as you could be if
in their place. Our goods and our prices
speak for us. We we want you to be
the judge. Come in and we will gladly
lay our evidence before ycu.
A good suit what
we call a good suit
costs right around
We have some for
$35 and $40 and
S60 and S75
C. EL Wescott's Sons
BANDITS HOLD UP PLAYERS
iioin mith i:
To aM w horn it may concpni: (
Tin' Commissioner appointed in tios.'j
u rnuil tui lining at eighty rods eust i
sun! iil.out twenty rods north of the
southeast eorner of Section nineteen.
Township :-leven. Jlanse fourteen;
them.- runninir due west three-fourths,
of on.- mile to 1 1. I l. route Number
one. has reported in favor of the hs
iiifr tliertof: and all oh.ieetions hereto.'
or claims for damages, must l- tiled
in ll" i'ihiiiIv Clerk's oTiee on or le
noon on 1 he loth day of Novem
ber. IS I'd. or siieli road will he closed
without reference thereto.
,i:. i:. savi.ks.
s);-lw. County Clerk.
iu Iowa nee. The time limited for the
presentation of ciairas against, said ts
siit is three months from th Ml !i da v
ol liciol.er. A. I . I.'", and the time
li!if.itfd for pament of debts is one
veil from said HI ?i day of IrtnlT.
Wjtncss my hand :.i.d the sent of
aiii i'..iii:1 Court, this itii day of
Sept fjnbcr, 1!'U.
AU.KN" J HKKSOX,
i Sea I sl"--lw. County Jude.
Omaha. Sept. 14. Two armed and
masked bandits held up and robbed
about twenty men who were gamb
ling in a private apartment here yes- ,
terday. escaping with about $7,000. t
according to a report reaching the
police today. The report, however.
was not made by any of the hold-up
men's victims, it was said.
A WORD ABOUT MERCHANDISE.
To the People of Plattsmouth:
We know some people are always
tkieptical as to the merchandise of
any new concern that might start
business in their city. Although our
store is new to the city of Platts
mouth. we are old timers in this
vicinity and wifh to remind you that
Li. R. Kinney Co.. Inc.. has been lo
cated in Omaha nearly four years.
In that time we have established the
largest retail shoe trade in that city.
We have accomplished this only by
fair advertising and giving the hest
possible merchandise for the lowest
We want to impress upon the
minds of the people of Plattsmouth
and vicinity that any merchandise
purchased at any of our seventy-four
stores must be satisfactory and is
In other words. YOU must be sat
isfied or your money is refunded.
We encourage comparison 'of mer
chandise at the same price. Buy
where your dollar speaks the loud
est." We love clean competition.
G. It. KINEY CO., Inc.
FAVORS VERDICT AGAINST OLSON
Fremont, Sept. 14. There is gen
eral satisfaction with the verdict re
turned against John K. Olson, but
expressions of regret are heard be
cause of the immunity granted Mrt.
Sophie Lueken. who was held under
bond on the same charge as Olson.
H. H. Lueken. the victim, who is
seventy-eight years old, recovered en
tirely from his wounds and was
about tWe court house during the
trial and is very active for a person
his age. lie was a good witness but
'he did not hear the testimony of his
( wife. While Judge Pmton was occu
pied all day Saturday with applica
tions for naturalization he did not
' pronounce sentence on Olson.
mnii Mi l i i:
To ull whom it may concern:
The Commissioner appointed to open
a road I.esinr.iiiK eighty rods east of
the southeast corner of Section nin
teen, (lio Township eleven, till. Ilaner
loiiit.-en. tH) in Ci.ss count v. Nebras
ka: thence runniiin due west to the
southwest cornel- of Section nineteen.
ilMI Township eleven. (11 Kunire four
teen, illi width of saiil road lo be
t'ortv (4UI feet, has reported in favor
of the opening thereof: and a'l objec
tions hereto, or claims for damages,
must be filed in tl.e County v u i K s
office on or before noon on the "t h
dav of November, 1!J. or such road
will .e opened without refeivloe
1 1 er.-to.
;i:i. ):. savi.ks.
1 ; I u- Coil :i t Clerk.
D.iiy Journal, 15c per week.
BUYS A NEW OVERLAND
"Jeff 'Salsberg of Mynar 3, last Mon
day purchased from the Pollock Par
mele agency one of the light four
Overland cars and has taken it home
for u.e. Mr. Salsberg will find this
one of th most serviceable cars f-.-r
a light car and has been given the
most strenuous tests, standing under
the strain well. Mr. Pollock is di
j posing of many cf these cars.
Mu n i: to ki:im i it
The State of Nebraska. Cass coun
In the County Court.
In the matter of ihe estate of Wil
liam Hcil. deceased.
To the red i tors of said estate:
Von are hereby notified. That I will
sit at the County Court room in l'hiMs
in.Milh in said county, on tin- V 1 1 1 i'.av
of October. 1! I'd. and on the loth dav
of January, litl'l. at Id o'clock a. tn. of
each of said iia s to receive and ex
amine all claims aaninst said estate,
with a view to their adjustment and
Tuesday Evening, October 12th, 1920
By special arrangements, we are able to offer our patrons
during Subscription Week, which is from September 13 to
18, inclusive, choice seats, available in advance of the public
MURRAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Preaching service at 11a. m. Sub
ject of sermon, "Laving Aside Every
A cordial invitation is extended
to the public to attend these services.
A. G. Hollowell, Pastor.
CALIF0RNIANS THRU NEBRASKA ;
Omaha. Sept. 14. Forty promin
ent business men and politicians of
California, headed by National Com
mitteeman William H. Croker. passed
through Omaha early this evening on
their way to Marion. Ohio, where
they will call on Senator Harding.
They are going to try to persuade the
presidential candidate to give up the
idea of making an extensive cam
ipaign tour and cling to the "front
Mrs. Frank Rebal was a visitor
with friend in Omaha this afternoon
going on the early afternoon train.
Mrs. F. L. Cummins was visiting
with friends in Omaha for the afternoon.
i AMERICAN LEGION DANCE t
Hugh J. K earns Post No. 5G.
American Legion, will give" a
dunce at Crate hall on next
Everybody invited. Music
The usual 4
to be there. Saturday night.
I- Proceeds to Club Home Fund -I-
Mesdames E. C. Lewis and Jess
Warga were looking after some busi
ness matters and also visiting with
friends in Omaha for the afternoon.
Mrs. Rose Kirvanek was a pas
senger to Omaha this afternoon,
where she was visiting for the day
with her eon and daughter.
W. E. Countryman and Harry Bee
mer of Takamah. is in the city for a
short time, having come down j-es-terday
to take home a corn harves
ter, which Mr. Countryman had on
his farm near Nehawka.
Two girls wanted at the Perkins
House. Apply at once.
Wanted, a car load of live poul
try, to be delivered at poultry car
near Burlington freight depot, in
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on Monday,
September 20th, one day only, for
which we will pay cash as follows:
Hens, per lb. 28c
Springs, per lb. 2 8c
Old Cox. per lb. 14c
Ducks, per lb. 22c
Geese, per lb 20c
Turkeys, per lb. 25c
Will be on hand rain or shine, and
take care of all poultry offered for
ol Vmi f i filler
1 W. E. KEENEY
You shouldn't miss
hearing the greatest
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Such a voice as you
have never heard be
fore. ' And reproduced
on the Victrola in such
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These are some of
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3rou can hear him sing
the self-same arias on the Victrola.
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