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VOL. NO. XXXVTL
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1921
' GET IN BAD
LESSCHECKS OFFICER ALVIN JONES PICKS UP
TWO MEN ON PHONEY
From Monday's Daily.
Edward Nightengale, one of the
pair of bad check artists taken into'
trict court just before noon today,
and sentenced to the state peniten
tiary for an indeterminate period of
from one to twenty years. His com
panion. ". II. .Morris, has been taken
to Red Oak. Iowa, where he is want
ed to face a more serious charge.
Yctorday morning Officer Alvin
Jones terminated the activities of
two gentlemen who were busy Sat
urday evening: trying to circulate a
few bogus checks and were able to
plant one of these checks on the
firm of Lorenz Hrothers.
The parties had been noticed by
Ofiicer Jonf-s during the afternoon
and their action aroused his suspi
cions and he kept them under sur
veilance the greater part of the time
they were here.
One of the parties late Saturday
afternoon culled at the store of Philip
Thierolf and selected two silk shirts
chase, and in pavment presented a ieU ver a",ve 1116 n ine "J "p
chok drawn on the Merchants Na-! !" the ?asJf. fw yean? ?,nc.e whu he
tional bank of Ies Moines. Iowa, for ' has ,made his home w ith his son. Ilen
the sum of J42.r,0 and which was ! rv a,nd family. Mr Horn is
Mcned l.v the name "J. J. Donahue." j one of the best known and highly re
IJ. A. Kosencrans. who hud been r?"ted ld residens n his portion
waiting on the young man informed ! f Cas .county and his friends are
him that thev could not cash the 1 Pleafe.cl to congratu ate him on his
i v it T V ti man ltfr t li t. r T lint T-1 '
t.,i lot-r mi nni.i "fni tho m !
savin"- be bad
tint lett tne snirts.
Later the men visited the E. G. i I; a 'a,
Dovev & Son store, where thev se-JtlCrn' made a very attractive appear
curtd a blank cluck on the riatts-' Ce p"rIniountf d b' thf ninety can
mouth State Lank, and with this re- d e; Jh?e ?'no wre in attendance
-,,- at the festival occasion were: Henry
turned to the Hotel Wagner, where . , ., TT ;
,.- i a -;-.,..t Tt- .. .v, Horn and family. George Horn of
they had registered earlier in the . . . , T , T , , . .
. . u i i Omaha: J. J. Horn and claagther.
day. giving the name of Jones ana',,. T . .-i. . . t a n
. . . ... j Miss Leona of Creighton; P. A. Horn
Morris, and here according to state- , . ,., -. . j .-i
i ! .i 7 .i nnd family. . A. Becker and familv,
ments made by the men to the an- p . Fb -r pjainview J P S-it-
' i ' : ..VvsJ L r" ; "T r .Tlltler. V. A. Becker and family and
check which was presented at the
Lorenz Brothers store later in the!
evemr.sr. when the man Nightengale
made the purchase of a small amount!
of beefsteak and a bottle of milk and I
presented the check for the amount
of $26.00, which was signed by
the name of "V. H. Jones." The
check was accepted and the man
givn the dift'ereTice in the amount
of his purchase and the check in
change, consisting of some currency
and several checks which were in
vhich were secured here were later
cashed at various places by the man
Yesterday morn in c when Xighten-g:'l-
: ti l .l rr:s were headed i'or the
Br.rhiifton station to catch the north
bound IJurlinsrton train due here it
7:1 th"v wri' stopped by Officer
Jfii's and placed under arrest and
taken to jail, where their conduct
was looked into and the fact of the
bad chck unearthed. The man Mor
ris was wanted at Red Oak by the
authorities there on a serious charge
and accordingly he was taken there
yesterday afternoon to be handled by
the Iowa authorities. Morris is re
ported to have made this play at
many places from New York to Oma
ha before bf ins; caught up.
Xifrhtenpale was placed in the
custody of Sheriff c. 1). Quinton and
interviewed by the county attorney
and sheriff and both he and Morris
detailed the story of their high fi
nancing exploit that will prove very
costly to them.
The youn? man. Edward Nighten
gale was arraigned this morning be
fore Judge Allen J. Beeson in coun
ty court and to the information
charging him with forgery he enter
ed a plf-a of guilty and was accord
ingly bound over to the district
court. The prisoner is a youth of
apparently about 21 years and does
not have the stamp of a criminal and
s'a?ed that his home is in Omaha.
The offense with which the defen
dant is charted will under the Ne
braska indeterminate sentence law
bring him from one to twenty years
of confinement in the state peniten
tiary at Lincoln.
This afternoon a second check for
$2C 40 and passed by the same two
men at the M. Fanger store was
turned over to Count v Attorney A.
Officer Jones who made the inves
tigation and arrest in the case is en
titled to a great deal of credit for
his alertness in the matter and the
prompt manner in which he took the
two men in charge.
NOW DOING WELL.
The reports from the George Lamp
hear family state that they are now
progressing nicely with the four
children doing very nicely and Mrs.
Lamphear somewhat better, but still
far from over her attack of pneu
monia fever, although she has been
up for a greater part of the time since
lat Friday. The friends are hopeful
that the family may soon be released
from their long period of quarantine
and be able to resume their usual
ENLISTS IN ARMY.
Word has been received here by
relatives from Jesse Tower, announc
ing the fact that he is once more in
the service of the United States in
the army, having enlisted at Omaha
and has been sent to Camp Jackson
, at Columbia, S. C. Mr. Tower served
in the army during the world war
und after entering civilian life for a
year decided to try another "hitch"
in the khaki clad ranks of the army.
Jch'e has not as yet been assigned
to an organization but will write
to his family and inform them of his
npi CDDJITCO HIP
btLtDHA I to Hlo
George P. Horn, One of Old Residents
of County Assisted in Observance
By His Children.
From Monday's Dally
Yesterday was the 90th birth an
niversary of George P. Horn, one of
the grand old men of Cass county,
and in honor of the occasion the
J children gave the father a fine birth
j day dinner at the palatial home of
his son. Henry Horn and family in
this city, where Mr. Horn is making
George P. Horn was born in Ger
many. February 6th. 1S31. and when
twenty years of age came to America
and was for a number of years a res-
. I ident of Illinois, coming to Cass
county thirty-six year sago and has
! features of the observance was the
birthday dinner served at the home
'at noon an( as tne center piece of the
J table a huge birthday cake prepared
i E. E. Horn of Omaha.
lIlNinR PI A WInV
JUlllUll ULHOO Iff IIIO
DOVEY STORE PRIZE
Close of Big Special Sale at E. G.
Dovey & Son Store Brings $200'
Cash Prize to School Class.
The big special sale that has been
running for the past week at the E.
G. Dovey & Son store and which was
conducted by the AY. H. Killion Sales
company, was successful in every way
and the closing days of the sale the
contest for the big $200 cash prize
was creating a great deal of interest
and as the result the Junior class
( the high school proved the win
ners by some 70.000 votes over their
nearest, competetors. the Christian
church. The American Legion which
has not been conducting an active
campaign had been remembered by
their friends and were third in the
As the result of the safe the firm
is feeling well pleased over the result
and the young people who have won
the prize are especially well pleased.
START ON RETURN TRIP
TO THEIR NATIVE LAND
From Wednesday's Dally.
This afternoon C. L. Brashear,
special representative of the federal
government, visited this city and
took away with him the two Mexi
cans who were brought here several
months ago from Louisville, follow
ing their unsuccessful attempt at
shoplifting in the general store of
W. F. Diers in that village. The two
men will be sent by the government
to Alburquerque, New Mexico, from
where they will be deported to Old
Mexico, their native land.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL FROM
ACROSS THE OCEAN
From Wednesday's Dally.
This morning Tom Sedlak of this
city received a message from Boston
announcing the arrival in that city
from Bohemia of Miss Emilie Sver
pova, an old childhood friend of Mr.
Sedlak. and who is coming to Platts
mouth to make her home in the
future. The lady will arrive early
tomorrow morning from the east.
An acreage tract, close in. Wood
3td Stw. R. B. WINDHAM.
Adam Meisinger and wife came in
this morning from their home at Ce
dar Creek to visit here for a few
hours attending to some trading with
HAS IT ON THE
Amusement Loving Public Find That
Prices Here Are Much Cheaper
Than in Bis Towns.
There has been many advantages
possessed in the past by residents
1 of the larger cities and among these
, has been that of being able to enjoy
fcrms of entertainment months ana
even years before the residents of
the smaller cities and towns were
able to and among these amusements
has ranked the movies, now Ameri
ca's chief pastime both for young
'and old. The fact that the smaller
places were given the poorest pic
tures and service is a matter of only
a few years back and it does not re
qtiire the oldest inhabitant to re
call the ancient comedies and dramas
that had been repeatedly shown in
the larger places until they were fin
ally dumped in the small towns and
this city was no exception in receiv
The condition of affairs in the mov
ie business has .however, in the past
hiee years underwent a most re
markable change. Where a few years
ago we took what was handed us,
today the two theaters of the city.
the Parmele and the Moreland. are
offering the latest films that are re
leased bv the producers and the
Plattsmouth people are seeing pic
tures from one to two weeks ahead
of the Omaha audiences and at a dif
ference in price of from ten to fif
teen cents in admission. Within the
last month the leading theaters of
Omaha have been showing films that
were shown here several weeks pre
vious and for these shows from thirty-five
to forty cents was asked for
admission, while in this city the
price is set at twenty and twenty-five
cents for even the largest and most
The enterprise of the Plattsmouth
theater managers is to be commended
and the amusement lovers should
h-roughly appreciate the opportun
ity they have of seeing releases the
same month that they are put cn the
market instead cf having to wait sev
eral years as was the case a few years
All of the best pictures come to
this city at one or the other of the
theaters and are given at prices that
?nnot be beat anywhere in the coun
try. ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AT
LOUISVILLE A FAILURE
The Reichart butcher shop at
Louisville was broken into early
Sunday morning by forcing the back
door, but nothing was taken, the in
truders apparently being in quest of
cash, as they were found to have
opened the cash register and search
ed the shop for a possible hiding
place for the day's receipts.
The night before Night Watchman
Wheeler took into custody a couple
of tough looking characters who were
released at noon the following day,
and told to get out of town. It has
been learned since they were seen
at the De Luxe fishing cottage west
of Louisville after their release and
it is not improbable it was they who
broke into the shop.
Louisville has a very capable night
watchman in C. F. Wheeler, who was
secured some time ago to stand guard
while the eyes of the peaceful in
habitants are closed in sleep.
Mr. Wheeler has been going home
at 5 o'clock mornings, and states he
is confident the attempted robbery
was pulled off after that hour, and
was perpetrated by home talent who
were familiar with his accustomed
time of leaving the street. In the fu
ture he will remain on the job un
til daylight, when some of the towns
early risers will be stirring about,
and can finish the watch.
PERU MAY GET FISH HATCHERY
Peru Pointer: When the game
warden was here last fall he stated
that the lake above town was the
best natural breeding place for bull
heads and croppies that was to be
found in the state. He took seven
car loads of fish out of the lake for
distribution over the state. This did
not remove more than half the avail
able supply, but left the balance to
perish in case we had a severe win
ter, bj reason of the fact that the
shallow lake would freeze to the
bottom. He expressed the wish
therefore, that the Lake, or a portion
of it, could be deepened, and made
into a permanent fish hatchery by
the state, and indicated that he might
ask the legislature to take up the
As a result of this statement, and
in order that no one locally might
be though to be profiting at the
siace ..uiu& uer" he will have plenty of time to medi
have subscribed an amount sufficient . , . : -
to buy what is needed from the
swamp above town, and present it to
the state for the purpose suggested.
It is not known what action the state
authorities or the legislature 'will
take in the matter, but Peru has the
money and a contract for the land,
if the state desires to carry out the
wishes of the game warden.
, A , .
My, but she d appreciate one of
those lovely boxes of stationery on
display at the Journal office.
NEW PATROLMEN HERE.
from Tuesday's Dally.
This morning J. II. Eppincs and
Virgel Arnold of Murray, the new!
appointed patrolmen on the govern
ment aid highway between this city
and the Oioe county line near I'nion
came in to attend to some matters
relative to their assuming office oi
February 15th when they will take
over the care of the highway. The
commissioners have decided to have
the patrolmen located at Murray in
steail oi at I nion as at present a?
this will give them a greater oppor
tunity of effective work as they wil
live almost midway of the distance
between the ends of their road ant
therefore can give both sections of
the road the needed care.
AFTER OILY TONGUED
Otoe County Attorney Will File
Charge For Obtaining; Money
Farmers Bought Heavily.
That a stock promoter working in
Otoe county obtained money through
false pretenses is the basis for a coni-
:dint which is to be filed in the
jountv court in a few days by Coun
ty Attorney Heinke who has opened
a campaign against stock salesmen
of the shiftv sort in behalf of a num-
bfr of investors who have lost heav
ily through "investing" in fake se
urities of various kinds. The com
plaint is in process of preparatior
nd will be filed eithtr today or or
Monday, with a warrant i sued foi
the arrest of the party complained
Pressure is being brought on Mr.
Ileinke to call a grand jury in Otoe
ounty to investigate the sale of cer
ain securities to a coterie of inves
'rs in this county and the rumor
Vat the count j- attorney is liMen
ir.g to the arguments in favor cl
ailing a grand jury is, it is said,
causing the cold chill? to run ur
ir.d down the spines of men whe
.ere in on the "know" when eertt.iL
stocks were sold and payment made
:n notes. Liberty Bonds and other
Several well known farmers in thL-
county who bought l,t avfiy and IcrI
large sums are said to be willing tc
prosecute the sellers of these so-
called securities and be the "gcats"
n the witness stand, willingly tak
ing the publicity which is bound
to come when the transactions get
It is reported that in one part of
he county payments were made on
the basis of promises which have
ver been fulfilled and that crimina
action is quite likely to follow the
investigation which has been made
bv county authorities. Nebraska
Representatives of the Various CrafU
and Unions Employed in Bur
lington Shops. Meet.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Last evening the members of the
various craft organizations of the
local Burlington shops and feder
ated unions held a largely attended
mass meeting at the Eagles hall.
The meeting took up the present
hour questions that are so vital to
the interests of the men employed
on the American railroads and espe
cially to the local unions where the
retrenchment program of the rail
roads has been felt by the members
of the organizations. A representa
tive of the leading federated unions
was present from Lincoln and dis
cussed the questions that are now
under consideration and a number of
the members of the local unions gave
their expression to the changes that
may be brought about in the adjust
ment of conditions.
From Monday s Dally.
This afternoon a message was re
ceived by County Attorney A. G. Cole
from Red Oak, Iowa, from the sher
iff of Montgomery county, announc
ing that the man Morris who was
taken there had confessed to having
forged a number of checks there as
well as in other places over the coun
try. Under the Iowa law the prison
er will receive a straight sentence
of ten years for the crime. As far
as could be learned from different
places Morris is an old timer at the
bad check game and his efforts have
extended over the country from New
York to the west. The Iowa author
ities feel well pleased that the man
was secured by the police of this
city and turned over to them and
tate over his shortcomings.
SECURES MARRIAGE LICENSE
From Monday's Dally.
Saturday afternoon County Judge
Allen J. Beeson issued a marriage li
rse to Mr. Erven Heier of Murdock
:;id Miss Amelia Reimke of South
P.end, who were married yesterdav
't the home of the bride near South
Blank Books at the Journal Office.
LOAN & BLDG.
A MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
LAST EVENING TO ELECT
OFFICERS FOR YEAR.
i"rota Tuesday's Dally.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Livingston Loan &.
Building association was held last
evening to discuss the affairs of the
company and to elect the officers for
the ensuing year. The association
has experienced a very good year
lespite the stringency of the past
few months and are steadily forgin
lhead and securing good results for
the stockholders. In t lie past year
U;e company ha showed a pleasing
ncrease in the number of member
ship fees and aa increase in the
issets of the association that is gra
The stockholders selected as the
lirectors for the coming year, F. G.
Sgenbersjer. H. M. Soennichsen, F
E. Schlater and William Schmidt
nan was selected as director in the
olace of IJ. B. Smith, whose poor
health has necessitated his retire
lien. These directors with the four
hold-over directors will act as the
lirecting body of the association.
The officers elected for the year
H. M. Soennichsen, president.
William Holly, vicepresident.
Dr. C. A. Marshal, treasurer.
C. G. Fricke, secretary.
Attorney A. L. Tidd, solicitor.
This as.sctciation has during its or
ganization contributed largely to the
progress cf the city in assisting the
lome builders of the community as
.veil as proving very valuable invest
ment fur the small savers of the com
nunity and it progress is a matter
-f congratulation to the residents of
HWL OF OUR LEGAL
Leaders of Nebraska Bench Express
Their Appreciation of the Work
of Plattsmouth Attorney.
The recently published volume of
:he orations of Matthew Gering, the
eminent Plattsmouth attorney, has
.ttracted a great deal of attention
Tom the friends of Mr. Gering on
he bench and bar of the state and
.hese commendations of the very able
fforts of Mr. Gering certainly are
vonderful tributes to a well de-
,erved collection of orations. To the
nembers of the legal profession the
urv addresses of Mr. Gering has
nade the greatest impression and
mong the various comments made
n the work are two from members
f the Nebraska supreme court. Chief
lustiee Morrissey and Justice Wil-
iam B. Hose.
In speaking of the volume the
tmf justice. has the following com
ment to make: "Every address and
very speech deserves a place in any
well selected library. But there is
Mie speech that stands out above all
he rest, that is the one you deliv
ered in defense of Agatha Barton.
have read the masterpieces of the
Knglish speaking advocates. Curran,
A'ehster, Seward and Prentice, but
none of these has left to posterity
i speech superior to yours. Feeling
hat this volume ought to be placed
vhere it may be for generations to
ome. be accessible to students of
oratory, I am going to ask you to
end a copy to the Nebraska state
Justice William B. Rose, one of
he leaders of the Nebraska bench
ays of the work of the oratory: "I
have received your book and read it
with intense interest but not wholly
without emotion, I found real gems of
thought, advocacy, sentiment philoso
phy and literature. Without assuming
to be capable critic I regard your Bar
ton speech as the most brilliant and
perfect. When it is considered in
all of its parts with beauty and pow
er of expression from the stand
point of emotional advocacy in a
criminal court. It is a monument
to human intellect and to devotion
of a lawyer to a client."
PROSPERITY IS COMING.
frnra Tuesday's Dally. '
C. E. Wescott's Sons' evidently be
lieve that the tide of events are turn
ins and a return of Old Man Pros
perity is at hand as they are start
ing work today on having the in
terior of their store redecorated and
placed in the best of shape for the
coming summer. The man who is
"Built for Paperhanging" is doing
the work and will see that the steel
ceiling and sidewalls of the store
bloom in new paint as attractively
as the new blown rose.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks and
son Verne, entertained the follow
ing guests at progressive Rook Fri
day evening: Misses Maxine and
Margaret Maxwell. Marie Hutchison,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst, Claude " and
SUFFERS SEVERE FALL.
From Tuesday's Dally.
This morning Mrs. B. J. Reynolds
sustained a very severe fall while
coming down the south Fifth street
hill from her residence at Pearl and
Fifth street. The sidewalks on the
hill are very slippery and icy and as
Mrs. Reynolds neared the alley in
the rear of the Wescott store her
feet slipped and she fell to the side
walk and it required the services of a
number of those standing near to as
sist her to her home. An examina
tion disclosed several severe bruises
on the hip as well as a severe strain
on the back, but fortunately no bones
were broken, but the injury will lay
her up for some time.
FILLS PETITION FOR PROBATE
This morning a petition was filed
in the county court by Attorney J.
A. Capwell of Elmwood in which the
probate of the estate of Mrs. Martha
Johnson, deceased is asked by Fourth
J. Fitch, and the, will of the deceased
is offered for probate and in which
Mr. Fitch is named as executor of the
A FINE LITTLE DAUGHTER.
Word has been received here by
Grandpa and Grandm.i J. H. McMfck
eu announcing the fact that i n Mon
day evening. Fezruary 7th, there ar
rived a fine little daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Rae McMaken. The little one
was born at Sidney. Ia., where Mrs.
McMaken has been for some time at
the home of her mother, and both
the little one and the happy mother
are reported as doing nicely while
Rae is feeling correspondingly hap
py over the addition to the family
OPERATED ON TODAY.
This morning Mrs. J. J. Meisinger
and Mrs. T. C. Tulene departed for
Omaha, where they will visit at the
Immanuel hospital where Gilgert
Meisinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mei
singer, is to undergo an operation
for appendicitis and both the par
ents will be present tit the opera
tion. Gilbert has been suffering from
this for some time but it was not
thought necessary to operate on the
young man until a few days ago.
The Woodman Circle met in regu
lar session last evening. Among some
of the most important business of
the evening was the election of del
egates to the state convention which
convenes in Omaha, April 18 and 19,
this year. The chosen delegates are,
Mrs. Martha Bates. Miss Anna Hass-
ler and Miss Marie E. Kaufmann.
AN ADDITION TO CITY.
From Wednesday's Dally
The stork on Monday evening
brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl E. McKenzie in this city a fine
little dauhgter. and who tipped the
scales on her arrival at eight and
a half pounds. The little one as
well as the mother is doing nicely
and the happy parents are busily
engaged in receiving me nearly con
gratulations of their host of friends
on the happy event.
IN GRATEFUL APPRECIATION!
We desire to thank our many
friends who gave us such material
assistance in the contest conducted
by the 'Dovey stores, enabling us to
win the $200 in gold, and to assure
you that it will be used to good ad
vantage in furtherance of our educa
tional aims. We surely appreciate it.
THE JUNIOR CLASS.
Journal want ads pay. Try them.
February 12th Saturday we honor the
birthday of Abraham Lincoln.
When Lincoln said, "I have no other ambi
tion so .great as that of being truly esteemed
by my fellow men," he spoke not as a states
man, but as a truly great philosopher.
The man who promptly pays his debts is
in a very fair way of gaining the community's
The first National Bank
THE BANK WHERE Vq- feel AT HOME
PrATTSMOUTH J&l NEBRASKA
STARTS TO SERVE
HIS PRISON TERM
Edward Nightengale Taken to Lin
coln This Morning; toEnter
the State Penitentiary.
tfrcm Tufsday'i Daily
This morning Sheriff C. I). Quinton
departed for Lincoln, tking with him
Edward Nightengale, the youth who
ye.-terday was sentenced to from one
to twenty years in the state prison
for forging a check. This means
the starting of the punishment of
this young man just finning onto th
threshold of manhood, who. for the
sake of a t-mall sum of money risked
his best 'years of life and lost in
In the case of a youth of this age
who is serving his first time in pris
on, the need of a Mate reformatory
is shown, and the recommendation of
Governor McKelvie that such a state
institution be built is certainly cor
rect. The companion of Nightengale,
who is now over in the Montgomery
count, Iowa, jail, is a hard character
if the reports received by the authori
ties are correct, being a criminal of
several years' experience and a past
master at the bogus check game.
Sheriff Quinton has received infor
mation that Morris has been involv
ed in numerous cases similar to the
one here and is well known to the
police of the larger eastern cities,
where he has operated in the past
It is stated that Morris' father
was a former resident of this city,
where he was employed as a painter
by F. R. Gobelman for some time,
and is well known to a number of
MRS. H. W. SMITH
IS SERIOUSLY ILL
Has Been in Semi Conscious Condition
Since Saturday and Case is One
- Hard to Determine.
The many fr lends of Mrs. II. W.
Smith over the city will regret to
learn that the condition of Mr.
Smith continues very severe and her
lapse into semi-consciousness for the
past three days has caused her fam
ily a great deal of apprehension as to
the outcome of the case. The malady
with which Mrs. Smith is suffering
seems baffling and in its symptoms
resembles the sleeping sickness that
has been found in many scattered
cases over the country. Mrs. Smith
was taken sick first while with her
husband at the state firemen's con
vention at York and on last Satur
day she lapsed into a form of stupor
and from which she has so far failed
MRS. CHARLES DOVEY ILL.
Mrs. Charles S. Dovey of this city,
who has been at the hospital in Oma
ha for some time past is reported as
doing as well as could possibly be ex
pected under the circumstances. The
little babe which was horn yester-
lit- fltftrt at Itfrtli anil thfi iln:il)i nf
is reported this afternoon as doing
as well as could be looked for at this
Buff Orpington cockrels. Inquire
of John II. Behrns, Nehawka. Neb.
E. H. Schulhof, piano tuner.
Phone 3S9-J. dfcw.
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