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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1&20.
PLATTS1I0UTH SEMI-WEEKL"? JOUENAl
TICKET WINS IN
ONLY DEMOCRAT TO ES
CAPE LANDSLIDE IS
Listen to these:
We have 12 ladies' sweaters as follows:
3 are silk fibre, with collar and belt assorted colors
6 are pure all-wool, with collar and belt - assorted colors
3 are waist fitting, short length assorted colors
Most of these are from sample lines, slightly soiled,
but worth up to $14. Take your choice at
We also have 24 children's and misses' sweaters,
latest styles; colors green, blue, scarlet, gold, sa'mon and
white. They are values to $5.00. Take your choice
These prices hold good till they are clo.srd. but the
a?soitment is better now than it will be 24 hours hence.
They'll go fast at this piice.
C, E. Wescott's Sons
YOUNG PEOFLE ARE
MARRIED IN OMAHA
Hiss Horde Stephenson of Nebraska
City and Mr." Edward W. Rebal
of Tills City Are Married.
Monday afternoon at Omaha oc
curred tht' marriage of .Misi Koxie
Stephenson of Nebraska City end Mr.
Edward W. Kebal of this city, the
ceremony being performed by Judne
Collin at his olriee in that city. The
wedding was a very iuiet one as the
yimns people- had kfpt their inten
tions a secret from the friends and
quietly goir.g 'o the metropolis were
joined in wedlock. Miss Edith Ke
bal. and Janus Kebal. Jr.. sister and
brother of the groom, were the only
attendants at the wedding.
The bride is one of the charming
an-l accomplished young ladies of
Nebraska City, and a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson,
prominent .residents of that city
where th bride has been reared to
womanhood and is very prominent in
the younger social set. Mrs. Iteb.il
is a sister of Mrs. Earl F. Irelan of
this city at whose home she has been
visiting for the past week.
Mr. Kebal i sa son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Kebal and was born and rear
ed in this city where his friends are
legion and in his happiness will re
ceiv the best wishes of the many
friends, lie is at present; in t';e
employe of the Kurlington. having
been employed here since ii is return
from the service of his country in
tl.e navy during the war.
. For the present at least. Mr. and
Mrs. Kebal will make their home in
this city and to there two woithy
young people will be extended the
well wishes of a large circle of
friends for a future life filled with
only the good fortune that tney so
lector of the church who celebrated
the requiem mass of the church. The
burial was had at the cemetery ad
joining the church.
.Mrs. Hourke was eighty-seven
years of age and was horn in Ireland
where she resided until twelve years
of age when she was brought to
America and set'led in Canada with
her parents. Kridget Hourke and
Michael l!.,ur!(e were married in that
ccuutry and in 1SC5 came to Cass
county and located on a farm near
Manley where they have since con
tinued to reside. Several years ago
the husband father passed away and
the wife is n.)w laid to rest beside
the helpmate -f many years. To
n'dirii t ho Pss of this good woman
the.e remains the following child
John Hourke. Omaha; Mrs. Wil
liam Smith. Elm wood. Mrs. John
O'Leary. Manley; William Bourke.
Wabash, and Dan Hourke. Manley.
All the children as well as their fam
ilies and Mr. and Mrs. 1). P. Tighe of
Omaha, were in attendance at the
HARDING OVEE 100.000 TO
GOOD THUS FAR IN OHIO
DEATH QF AGED
LADY NEAR MANLEY
Columbu. O.. N'ofl. 2. Returns?
received and tabulated at 11 o'clock
tonight from 2.33S out of 7.145 pre
cinct" in Ohio showed Senator Hard
ing leading Governor Cox for presi
dent by 111.122. The return gave:
Harding 35S.79S; Cox. 247.676.
Eight hundred and eighty-six pre
cincts hii of 7.154 in Ohio give:
Harding. 145. C50; Cox. 8R.998. Elev
en precincts for United States sena
tor give: Willis, republican. 1.522;
Juliana, democrat. 1.331. Thirty
six precincts give for governor:
Davis, republican. 2.59S.; Donahey.
Tabulated returns from 1.943 out
of 7.14 5 precincts in Ohio showed
Harding leading Cox by 119.214
votes. The vote stood: Harding
324. 1 6; Cox. 205.402.
George Clarke, republican state
chairman, at 7:30 wired Will H.
Hays, national chairman that Hard
ing will carry Ohio by 300.000 plurality.
Mrs. Michael Eourke. Aged Eighty
seven Years Passed Away
On Monday morning at the St.
Patrick's church in Manley occurred
the funeral services of Mrs. Michael
Hourke, one of the oldest and best
known residents in that community
and a lady universally loved and re
spected throughout the central por
tion of the county where she has for
so many years made her home. The
funeral rervice" were conducted by
the Kev. Father AV. L. D. Higgins.
Before placing your fire Insurance
call on us and let us explein our
new method, both on city and farm
ol2 1m. J. P. FALTER & SON.
! John Schwartz, one of the old res
idents of Nehawka. and one of the
veteran painters of the state, came
up this morning from his home and
spent a short time here visiting with
old friends. This is the first time
Mr. Schwnrtz has been here for some
time and his many friends were more
than pleased to have the opportunity
of visiting with him.
HARDING WINS BY 1,000
Farley, for Commissioner, will
Have 891 Majority
MOREHEAD LEADS IN COUNTY
Frantz Defeats Brendel by 423 in the
County Although Brendel Car-
ries City by 490 Votes. . j
THE RESULTS IN COUNTY
Harding, rep 3.5i1
Cox. dern 2.181
McKelvie. rep 2.292
Morehead. dem 2.30:".
Wray. Ind 1.291
Reavis. rep 3.512
Petersen, dem 2,12:.
Sturm, rep 3.442
Moran. dem - 2.250
Representative 7th District
Frantz, rep 3,07 4
Brendel. dem, 2.R51
Representative 8th District.
N'utzman. rep 3.054
Baker, dem 2.456
Commissioner 1st District
Farlev. rep 3.227
Vallery. dem 2.3S7
Commissioner 3rd District
Atchison, rep 2.639
Gorder. dem 3.137
Bc.Vi Sturm and N'utzman
carried Otoe county by majorities of
700 and COO each which gives them
3:00 Sunday Afternoon
RED SOX BALL PARK
The republican county ticket in
Cass county was generally successful
in the battle of the ballots yesterday
and the sole democratic candidate
who came under the wire a winner
was Fred H. Gorder of Weeping Wa
ter, who was selected as county com
missioner in the third district by 468
majority over William Atchison of
Elrnwood, the present county commis
sioner. In the county former Governor
Morehead leads the race with a small
plurality over Governor McKelvie
while in the city Judge Arthur Wray
received a plurality of 35 being the
high man with Morehead second and
Governor McKelvie a poor third In
the race in the city.
In the city both Dr. H. F. Brendel
and James B. Baker led their repub
lican opponents by good majorities.
Dr. Brendel receiving 490 and Mr.
Baker 198. but these leads were swept
away In the heavy republican votes
in the country districts.
W. F. Moran for state senator al
so carried the city by a large ma
jority but in the county at large A.
F. Sturm, the republican candidate
will have 1,192 majority while in Otoe
county his majority will reach the
Although J. B. Baker lost Cass
county by 698. he was defeated
in Otoe county by Nutzman by a
plurality of over 600 wbich Insures
the election of the republican candi
date. In the race for the non-partisan
offices the returns are as yet incom
plete but indicate that the race be
tween Judge Morrisey and G. G. Mar
tin as well as Judge Day and Judge
Dorsey will be close.
For county judge Allen J. Beeson
is re-elected by a majority that will
be in the neighborhood of 600 when
the votes are all received.
M'KELVIE IS SAFE
LY IN THE LEAD
Has 20,000 lead That Will Be Impos
sible to Overcome by Morehead,
His Leading Opponent.
The fact of the election of Gover
nor McKelvie seemed assurred this
afternoon in the dispatches from
'Omaha which give the governor a
lead of over 20,000 In the stkff)6v
!er John H. Morehead, the denijctkllc
candidate who is his leading oppon
1 ent. Wray Is running some 8.000
: behind Morehead in the state. The
I count of the state Is complete enough
to make the election of McKelvie an
'assured fact and the final result will
be changed but little as the western
portion of the state Is adding to the
majority of McKelvie.
THE BEST ON THE MARKET
Five thousand and eight thousand
mile guarantee goes with the Hawk
eye tlrea. See F. G. Eeenbereer.
agent. ...... tf d&w.
! Let Falter take care of all your
Insurance. We offer you real Insur
ance . service. Thla costs you no
o!2 lm. J. P. FALTER & SON.
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GIGANTIC HOME COMING SALE WHICH IS NOW ON IN FULL BLAST!
Just a week ago since we opened our doors, but in those seven or eight days of bargain giving, this has been
a busy place from morning to night. The way peopls have been taking advantage cf the savings we are
offering throughout the store indicates they are sick and tired of the regime of high pi ices that has held sway
for lo these many months. This sale will continue until we are convinced that the people of this community
have all had an opportunity to take advantage of the great bargains that we are offering. This week we
have received several thousand dollars worth of merchandise from the wholesale houses in order to supply
the demands of our trade and EVERY APwTICLE IN THE STORE IS ON SALE at prices that will attract even
the most conservative buyers. We absolutely guarantee every single item in this store. Below are listed a
few cf the many bargains we are offering. Trade where your dc'iar goes the fartherest. Buy at Fangers.
Children's gingham dresses. A good grade of gingham
and very stylish. A dress that would bi nice for the little
tots goias. to school. S:2es from -J to 1 i. Formerly .sold u;
to s i. .!.". On sale at -
Woosted Dress Goods
K.very piece f Worsted Dress Goods in the hous has
hv-'vi : . ii!f'l to ubwiit ON'K-IIALF of its actual selling price.
We have J !iMi;ui'ls of yards of beautiful I.aces. Em
broideries :hh1 All-Over I.aees that we are offering for LESS
TIIA.V THE A I A X I ' K A ' T I 1 1 E R S' TRICES.
Ladles. Misses and Children's sweaters values to s 7. !'.".
On sale at
ALL OTHER SWEATERS AT (JREATLY REDUCED TRICES.
Dry Goods Department
i'.et ;vri'ii' i.utinir flannels, reg. pries? ."0e; on sale at "0c
Hope musiiii. our price, per yd '20C
!t Aurora r-heet inir. pi-r yd t'.iu
:iC" high grade dress ginghams. Beautiful patterns to
rhou'.e from such as plaids, nurse stripes, etc. ?0 and
.".". value;. Our price, per yd Uf
Tercales. elegant ;ua!iiies at per yd 29 and 2?,?
By all means visit our Up-to-the-Minule
Ladies, Misses and Children's
READ Y- TO- WEAR
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Petticoats
offered at exceptionally low prices.
Overshoes and Rubbers
for the entire family. Fanger has a large stock at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Men's and Young Men's
in all sizes. About 00 pairs to choose from. Fangor's prices
on these desirable goods range from (." cents up. but irre
gardless of the price you pay, you may be sure you got u
mighty 'blgN bargain.
Men's blue denim overalls, union made, as low as 1Ar
The very best men's work shirts at $1.:!9
Men's coveralls at $3.95 and ?3..r.0
Men's dress shirts, values to $4.50. at $1.95 and $1.45
Men's sweaters, many styles and colors at $1.59 and up
Men's ribbed unionsults at 1?q
Heavy fleece lined unionsuits, velvet nap at $2.39
Men's heavy hose at li,
Our Entire Line of High Grade
Canned Goods and
X:i. 2L- can peaches, pears, apricots, plums, best quality4.".i
2 I vi - ji'f preserves, high grade quality, all flavors 37c
No. 3 c:m) punpldn, dry pack. 2 cans fur 2"c
Xo. 3 can kraut, dry pnek. Extra fin quality, per can 15c
Xo. 3 can teniatoes; regular 30? seller, per can 19c
X ). 2 can tomatoes; regular 20c seller. 2 cans for 25c
Xo. 1 can red ralmon; regular 50c stiler. Our price 39c
Xo. 1 can pink salmon; regular 30c seller, per can 19c
No. 1 can sardines in tomato sause. Price, per can ISC
3 iaie- porl: and beans, good quality 25c4
Xo. L' can best quality pork and beans, per can 19c4
X;. 2 can red loans. Lay in a supply at 2 cans tor 25c
Xo. 2 can fancv sweet corn, best quality, per can 19c
X.. 2 c-tn standard sweet corn the kind. 2 cans for25c
No. 2 oiMifcut refuge beans. Fine quality, per can 19c
California ripe olives. Special price per can ISC
Petted meat. A choice table delicacy, 3 cans for 2fv
Pint jar sliced sweet pickles. Extra line quality, per jar 45c
Tall c-n milk. Fanger sells it at 2 cans for 25c
4 cans baby size milk at our store for 25c4
Quart jir swe"t relish. Another big value, per jar 49c
U pound Nucol Japan tea a choice brand, per pkg 35C
1-lb. pkg. Ann and Hammer brand baking soda, 3 for 25c
JvJlIo :r-sortrd flavors, per pkg 15c
1 lb. Cri.-co fine for baking and cooking 30c
Yeast Fonu. Fanger's price, per pkg 7c
Gallon fruits at (Jreatly Reduced Prices
!brs- Shoe and Star chewing tobacco, per lb S5c
Vtlvci and Tuxedo tobacco, per can 14c
White laundry soap excellent quality, 4 bars for 25c
Lewis lye. 'e have it at 2 cans for 25c
Rub Xo More small size. 4 pkgs. for 25c
Lamp chimneys- all sizes. Fanger has them at 2 tor 25c
Small pkg. Post Toasties or Corn Flakes. Special, 2 for 25c
i;ood brooms a household necessity. Each 69c
5 -It), can Karo white syrup ' 49c4
r-lb. can Karo dark syrup . 4Tc
10-Ib. can Karo dark syrup 90c4
Navy beans, you know the price elsewhere; here, per lb 7c
Cane granulated sugar, ppecial price per lb 12c
Assorted 10-1 5c pkg. spices. Get them here 3 pkgs. for 25c4
All 000 coffee assorted brands. Fanger has them at, lb 45e
All 45c coffee is being sold here at 3 lbs. for $1.00
2V--lb- can cane and maple syrup 75c
5 -lb. ctm cane and maple syrup $1.50
Assorted cookies. Values you can't duplicate. Per lb 25c4
Shredded Wheat, per pkg 15c
Superior quality blueing, 2 for 25?
All goods mentioned above are limited
Cotton and Linen Toweling
have been reduced to 15, 27 and 45c4 per yd.
Large size Turkish towels, 60c4 values, on .sale at 39c
ALL OUR DRAPERIES AND CURTAIN GOODS AT
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
We do all kinds or loo urtnriDK.
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