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THURSDAY. MARCH 3, 1921
PLATTSIvIOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOUHNAL
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e-5 l!l!Kni! rm UO
m?m$m . uroun ruL
; t. 2 lM ra rzM cti u d r i
H Ti Fl rl ri FIT.
all rubber uppers
A.- Niflv V -. - J,i'.,fM.jr aH-
i I i.int i
DEATH OF MRS. GUS
Passed Away Last Night at St. Cath
erine's Hospital m Omaha
Had Been There a Week
FEDERAL ENTOUCLMENT OFFI
CER VISITS I'lEIGHBOTUKOr
TOY7H TO SOUTH.
"rem Tuesday's Daily.
: The friends of Mrs. Cus Olson in,!
I (his continuity we: o profoundly '
jslKcl.ic! this morning I" l";trn of the j
j fate hat t'nis lr.cly had juss-d away !
duvs over t'.ic
the first Kattle King-'
and thousands of ivearers know that
the HOOD PRESSURE PROCESS still makes
it outwear all imitations.
WE have put our best into the Kattle King. Our best in de
sign, in material and always in up-to-date construction.
It is an ideal overshoe and fully representative of the name
a name on foorwecr which yoe can make your
buying guide and guarantee. The sturdy Kattle King soles
cf gray tire-tread stock give months of hard wear. The
heavy brown fleece linings keep the feet wsrm. Look for
the name -HOOD". Ask for Kattle Kings beccuse they fit
well, clean easily and cost least for the season's wear.
cAsk any dealer or Trite us.
HOOD RUBBER PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC.
S ATERTOWN T1T MASSACHUSETTS
The city of t'nion h.i
ly stirred the last fev
evidence ir-oarthod tl:ere liv lYdc-r
i Enforcement O FiC.t jlur.ks, :h: ha.
been visit ins thfo sinco Pjf.irday. j
The fedtral off.cer on arriving in i
Union soon liecanie ac;:u. '.r. t wJ an,; j
got lmsy and :ccured ti.e ,tior; ;n ;
a small quantity of ihe fa.ron. or j
infamous corn juiee tin. t !.:!; be i:
reported to be fl':vin:; free'y in ti !
portion of the count v. II:-. . or. t!i''
party who was to attempt tr setr.rt!
the liquor for the officer became (
doubtful of the would-be parch;-, ri
and announced that he could i.u!
find any booze and thereby j;ot out i
of the affair.
.The plot was thickened ii.nveverj
Sunday when a v i i t by ('1; . '.I raves'
T never knew how good rubbers
could be.' White Rock wearers tell
ui.That wJl be your exper;f r.cc, tr.r,
because not a single pair Icav?-. tS.-
r-f -el A
n ! o t i r i n r A I - h e z v
; tlsck uppers by :'.e
Do you remember the
old bbek pure gum boots
whikh were still good
after years and years of
lecpin?? -;-rOD&- Red
Koo;s .-.-c tl-.s only red
bcc'.s v.hich will act the
;-.rr.e wy. And this
c'arly sSos the value
cl t;:e patt-itrd f-locd
;ne c hospital in ,
n:!it at niuni;iit to:-
operation th:;t v." as per- ,
last Friday. !
:, has been in failing '
p. rummer ;.f years and I
t,'.:."- so serious that it
neru.''y to cp-.-rate and
house for vhi:h he
I i i j
a Hl"l!!Cf3 ViiU-
!. r it lew ici:rs.
it Hie early liur- t r
that portion of Cass county, was here !
today to attend the meet ins of !he
County Commissioner Fred H. Gor
der came up yesterday afternoon
!-. i;'e iind cl
j frcun his home at Wee pin jr Water to
..tiei.d the reprular monthly meetins
the coui'ui-sioners today.
I Jl. Kettlehut. road overseer of Ne-ihirt-n
; nreri-c! and R A Talt.ct.
ror-d oversee of South Bend prc-
to a aca
asent. diseloeed the fact that in the
rear portion of t lie lot wore several I J
barrels of vile sirel lin ir r!:t:l th.at 1
wouid tickle the nostrils cf any vio
lator of the Yolste.ul law and Mr.
Graves at once becarre suspicion0.
Iater. when the report :out the
finding of the barrels had t-pread j
a)out town, the federal officer a? j
well as the county attorney and j
sheriff visited the place and found ',
that someone had einr;tud the bar-!
rels. but the spot where the niah
had been dumped was easy to locate
by the vile smell arising therefrom.
and in addition a small quantity of;
the liquor was secured cud plnced i:i j
the hands ef the ao.f horitie ;. whore:
it is safely stowed away against the
time when the persons suspected of
eni;apinsj in the liquor truf'ic ae
overhauled and broutrlit to answer
for their hortconiir;.
She-riff Quint on was at the sc re
t'f action au.d secured ouo ! the
youni; men who it as th"u-!;t ininht
know somthin of the af.'rir bu: who
iias not lioen en?r.j:ed in t lie making
of the drink that kick like a gov
TIe searcli for the yout:?: man
suspected of h.avin.z a hand in the
home made distillery failed to dis
close his whereabouts, but he is now
jbein?; sought and it is expected in a
few days the matter wil be fully
threshed out bv the authorities and i
the oilnrits eiven over to the mer
cies of the federal enforcement de-partivent.
Civ: hi. ia
1 v. ; -"r a zi
U : Tiiv'd on
her cris!' 1
!" was taken to Omaha on Thu;i
,i::y ia;-t to ::.ter the lic-spitul and
"a.-, operated on theie at once. I!er
e i: e. however, was not thought to
ho dn nee-rou at the timt- and when
r. embers of the family were there
.le.Tcrd. "aftornc;on she ieemed to
he pracl ica'.Iy the same t-s for several
da.ys. but .'.iiorily after e:j.ht o'clock
h.-r condition took a turn for the
wor. - and she ::r rdually sank until
tl- :.:', c:;rH' to her rcifef shortly af
ter ti:e Pif'iuiriit hour.
US ASV BHtu A&r V 1
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Th.o dev.-n.ed lady was born and
aii -i. in Vc tt-m- uth -.nd was for
criv M !: ?!-iry Gnthma nr.. daugh-
, tcr of .Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Guth
I Tr.anu. T.'ioneer residents of this city.
and she has made her home; here
c; 2i-1 a i: 1 1 y up to the time of her last
i' In ess. At the tim.3 e:f her death she
was forty-four years of age. The
parted lady v. ; s married in this
itv in 1 S f f tD Cu Ol.-on. who with
the f'rur dau;-:hters remain to mourn
the passing cf Mrs. Ohon. The child
ren tire Marie. Florence. Theresa and
Hut';, all t-f vhoni have been making
!!..:' hcr.ie with the mother.
Th.o parents cf Mrr. OU-on have
pre. tded !:er in death ard one broth-
r. ' onrad Guihrnann. '.f Pittsburg,
rvr.r -ylvania. is the only member of
i:t-r family living.
.'. t s. Ois.n w as a life I :ig member
of C ::!.oIic fai' M.
i i (: a::a
me! .- for
r r v. unced
ub-u f the family ar"
today and the airansre
the funeriil .will n.t be
urtil Il.eir return.
WINS THE DECISION
A few miles from a large and thriving city is a little
town that can't even be reached by the steam rail
roads. Yet on a single day last summer enthusiastic
buyers from almost every state in the Union sought
it out and paid it a visit. What's more, on that single
day they spent, in that little hamlet, one hundred and
fifty thousand dollars!
What's the answer? Pure-breds. That town is
famous as a pure-bred center to cattle men it's one
of the most important spots on the map,
Pure-breds can do as much for
your community. They offer the
easiest," quickest and most profitable
program for building up a commu
nity a program which has pulled
whole counties out of the rut, put
towns on the map and brought finan
cial independence to thousands cf
farmers. It is becoming clearer every
day that the future of cattle raising
as a profitable industry depends upon
an economical operation possible only
with pure blood. The beef growers
who survive in the face of high feed
costs, high freight rates, scarce labor
and tight credit will be the pure-bred
farmers. And the communities that
are ready to supply the breeding
stock are sure of a lasting prosperity.
Yours can be cne.
In this final advertisement of a
series made possible by THE COUN
TRY Gentleman we wish to ex
press our appreciation of its coopera
tion by again urging you to send in,
today, $1.00 for 52 big issues, every
one of which you will enjoy ind
profit by. Send your order today.
,'Cj and friends.
were here today attending the
i gof the board of county ccni-
lwa. ;- '.
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vird. ': ;
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to t.:k'- .b.l.a
Co'.k. v. '.i re :
F. II. Tuy'
one of the- v
ft.ru vis- : Alvin Wilson and family, of Mtir
:rs. Mes-:ray. were here today enroute to
I Fen Wiles, i On. aha. where they go to accompany
Mr. and Mrs. ! Mrs. Wilson home from the Ford
ri laiives and I hospital, where she har; been for some
itime tak.Tig treatment.
i r. oi w.-rai
GLASSY PLAGE ASA
iiLuULi ur iitirriyjcmi
.. v he:
. v - y
:" K. n
! 7 he Palace shining parlor of Geo.
,f tie!onij i certainly deserving of its
v. ere r?-i; c J1;- "it li the addition ef the
; ... i ii-.w fixtures just installed is a leal
.... i t.v ' ' urc-e afus
Mr. Conis has discarded the old
chair.-: that he had for the past few
years and instead has the very latest
tlrng in chining stands installed. The
chairs, are put up in sets tf eight
and are provided with comfortable
: rrrus ard neatly upnoisierea in uarK
if-'he-r while new foot rest
t ous ooxy sjji xiuveb vvumci
Over Eughie Walker cf Kansas
City, at Sioiis City, la.
PLATTE MUTUAL GO,
Aubrey Buxbnry Selected fcr Posi
tion at Meeting of Company
Held Last Evening.
From Tuesday's Paily.
TI.'- PlaCe Mutual Ir.-::ra:':c
ii 'd a meeting !a-r e-ve.iiag at
otlice.; of 1. O. lvr aiu! took
the matter, of the t---lection f a
secretary for the : !::: :ny. as Mr.
Dwyer, who hits been occupying this
position, finds his other business in
terests too est er.five to warrant the
time necessary for looking after the
insurance tusme.--s and accordingly
he is retiring from the pa-'tion.
Tho meeting y a : ai;i:i;ous vote
se'ected as fiie nev. ecretary of ti:ei
company Attorney A. H. Dnxbiiry.j
wi.o today assume:; the o'hee and will !
hereafter look alter this impor'aut j
Fror.i Tuesday's laily.
Au'ly Sclimader. the hard hitting
ai'd lever Loui-ville boxer, last pVe
rii:g added to his list of victories
when he scuivj the decision over
Ifligbie Waii.er of Iant;a City at
the Elks athletic show at Sioux ;icy,
I-v.a and Andy clearly proved his
supe:iorify over the well known b x
er of t!;e Missouri ci:y.
The Louisville boxer put up a good
e ::hi!.irion cf the manly art cf felf
ele for:? and several times had th?
Misscuri man in bad shape. The
rarutation of Walker as a mitt sling
cr. had n: terrors, for An.lv. who
i pi'. (( (: e ! to f o ritht after the Kan-
sa.; Ciiy tuan. Schmader had Walk
f cr ohahing on hii pins several trce-s
j curia : the match aird also to d; a
preat a of puaisiiine nt meeted out
by the hard hitting Missourian
ricon after the opening of tt.e Hr-t
rcund Schrtiader planted a le't ja'j
rria..;'. on Walker's -"aw. .The Kar.
ra City heavyweight started to wob-
his tracks ;aid then (leoppcd
s. rue bell preventt'i
ca n vass
the fa.it Lauiisvi'.Ic lid front sc""":iig
a kno'k.'uU in this round.
After the tirst rcund Walker f uu-'ht
affairs of the insurance j o
part of the
corporation. Mr. Duxhury is erne of j ol
th.e able young men f.-f the c'ty aiid
one vh'i will witlujit d'Mi'ifurike an'
have' ideal man for the pusi'ii n of a'-cre-
r " carefully
a fvTi at m an y
found ie:U root
and used a
y ai;d gave
gre i : tta!
a! o ! e n nrovi 11 and the chairs
: re.-' j -no'-inied on a neat and at
t r i c i i . e j.edesf ai.
i here r re eii-
of the chairs in
i. "' ning
.- : er '.
e ar.-. .:a
tary and with hi.; knov.lcdte of tl.c
iaw is a valuable ar-et to i'.: - pertf.r.-'
ml fit the o:?".cers of the company.
The I'latte Mutual company is now '
gofid condition de:piie the fact
too certien.en s section oi tne parlor, in
wh:i? tv o of the chairs are used in j that they have suffer-" d very heavy
tie larlies nortion of the shinirg stand . l.-ffcs in the f.r'-s of the pa-t year.
which Mr. Corns has equipped so as
r. .a r .
a a ve
ir -ir t
rr...i tt.".k free.'v
the- bttr o) th.
"i .-uftering a ;
:.i one eve. out
I pune'e.- that
the body of the
u'l boti' Fight -r-
v .!"! S.: .mad "
argumti. t ah
iighr d ;. -.figure -re'
aliat a' with
a rhih'-r pi tnted on the lamp
Kar- . 5 City figli":
au'iirl the ladies privacy.
V.'itii the recent repapering and
coratiug of the room it is certain
a very attractive spot.
ma l '.er.
kaowa re-ider.ts f
ays roaay xa
" T tho -. cry first twinge, dovm
- fores ny bottle of Sloan's;
then juic'.: relief, zi:ho::! rubbing,
fcr it's i:aiulatinj and scatters
t rncetlon. The boys use it for
-t.;f rr-.'isrler, ard it helps Sally's
I aciirchs, too." S5c, 7Dc $L40.
CARD OF THANKS
our many kind friends and
;:,rs we desire to express our
t appreciation of their svrupa-
thv and kindness to us in the hour
of sorrow attfhe tioath of our little
ore and for the beautiful flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Glaze.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sheehan.
I-IRS. GLAZE BETTER
From Tuesday's Dally.
The reports received last niglt
from the Methodistjio-pital in Onia--
state that Mrs. "rldgar Glaze, who
i there in every tericu conditi;n
i-i now showing some improvement
and is now thought to be a great
deal Letter. She became fully coit
reious last night at G o'clock and
was able to recognize the members of
MARRIED AT COURT HOUSE
and have settled their claims arid
are now planning a very extensive
program of extension ef their work
for the coming year. tne company
hps been in existence for the pa
twenty-four years and has offered to
its stockholders good insurance at
very low rates and ha.a enjoyd a
fine business among the rcski.uits of
ii-- , :? ,f!
that he carried
le and whi .U'
of the h-
". v v -
new secretary will have his
ofhees in the First National bark
building where the law otlires of Tidd
& Uuxbury are located and where hJ
can be found by the patrous of the
company and will be on tha job all
the time looking after the interests
of the insurance company.
WILL HOLD CELEBRITY
The Patriarch Militants of th In
iieoeii'ier.t Order of Odd l ellavs of
gi cater Omaha, have
od arrangements fr
of the one hundred
versary of the birth
md third anni
oC O i l Fcllow-
bhip in America, ou Saturday, Aj
atteriKMUi and evening at
auditorium. A complete
will appear in this paper
is expected tint here will
From Tuesday's Iailv.
Yesterday afternoon at the court
house occurred the marriage of Dav
id C. Zwerfel and .Miss Augusta Le
vitt, both of Omaha, who arrived in
the city late in the af'err.oon and
tetking the matrimonial bureau over
wnicn iounty judge liecson presides, j
were granted the necessary permit ;
to become, married and the court in ',
his usual pleasing manner perf oinieJ j
the ceremony that made them is one. j
For any pain. burn, scald or'.?,
bruise, apuly Dr. Tliumis' Kclectric
Oil the household reined v. Tvo
be about 10, MO Odd Fellows and
their friend:, ir. Omaha ou this date.
' -Walonel James II. Short.
Doan's Kegulcts are rt commended
by many who say they operate easily.
without griping and
ter effects. oUc at :
ti.e tir-.t liLit-. in
cut loose in the s
u. the 1) -t of the
iv t ;. in a b.. -k strr;
we: r ;
la a .Mi- curt luun g'tesi,i?rg a
ure l 'i e best of the sevea
eighth rounis t' the mix up.
At the close of t ;0 tenth rar.n 1 the
(! cisii n ., as giver, to Sclnaade-i- For
li-s excellent woi 1; and his p,ue-:-tiore.'
Miperi'ity in the ganeral
re. ult of the diuYrent round;
argurai n ..
; and kep'
Nebraska Shorthorn Breeders Association
TIIE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, Philadelphia, Pa.
I'm glad to sec you pushiag our organization with good advei tising.
for o:ie year, fifty-two issues. The two go well together.
aid here's my dollar for a subscription
(My Name X-
"fii -i -Vimi
' -mn. '
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X' IS A
REAL LIFE PICTURE
Great Film Tiouctic
Alexander Bisson Filled With Ele
mental Passions cf Life.
Ff "' t- a3 - '
6a e fcVlct
ch Si Rrlach, The Dentists
The largest and best equipped dental clncesin Omaha.
Experts in char?e of all wcrL Lady attendant. Mod
era'tE Prices. PcrceLin filiinss j-t lixe tooth. Iaslru
ments carefully sierilized after using.
th:hd floor, paxtom bloc?;, cmaha
Few pictures th.ut have been shown
en tiie screen in recent years have ,
.cor; d the success that has come to !
".Maaaniu X". which is to be shown
at the Fa:mele theater oa Friday,'
Saturday and Sunday. The story is
one that touches the deepest heart j
chorus of the aadilors and one that;
gives th.e grea'est opportunity f.r;
the protrayal of the elemental pas- ' E3S
effective the committee at all events I
voted, 7 to 4. to indefinitely postpone j
House Roll No. '!'. which "oulci ,
permit capital punishment only for a j
second capita! crime
while in the penitent
time for a first murder,
be a minority report.
fin i - t
V. Hunter, who has been
: from au attack of the
reported as being some
commit tea i
Toh:i T. Lyon ueparted today tor
! (IVnwool. Iowa, where he will be
employed for the present.
si ius of mankind.
The character cf
one thut i:
TASATIOI? FIGHT STAETS TODAY
pulse of the
t r morrow m
March 1. The
ore is to he felt
rnir.g on the question of
question is hung th.e
without bad ai-
:11 drug Stove.-;.
W. A. ROBERTSON
whole new taxation scheme as out
lined in Senate File No. Ca, the gen
eral taxation bill, and in Senate Kile
a sohsincut of building and loan as-s-'t.-ciulicn
s-harc.;, now non-taxable.
The building and loan bill is to
br- trotted out en the floor of the
spiia-a at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing, and one of the hottest fights of
the s: asm is expected.
Senators who are in favor of the
measure declare that under the pres
ent, condition, when shares irr these
assoeiarions tire non-taxable, and
b'-ar returns of 7 per cent, there is
unfair competition with havings
ha nl V and home savings associations
which pHy 4 or Z per cent and are
. Itchina. bleeding, protruding or
ii'ind piles have yielded to Doan's
Ointment. GOc at all stores
Coates Block Second Floor
K-AST OF UI1.K Y HOTEL
sie-, 30c and J0c at all drug stores. V-V"-!'
f;!!ed with all of the.
shadows, tears and sacrifices that the
warid can demand of woman and the
flower of motherhood that lifts from
the broken life of the unfortunate
Fic.ich Ionian is one of the greatest
and mst dramatic situations that
the stage has ever seen.
Frrm the dawning cf the unjust
suspicion in the mind cf the husband
'.' ere follows in rapid succession th.o
i- 'gecy of life, the denouncing of th-t
V'-ii'e tnd mother from the home and
tie s de of her little son ii lo the
world of passions and uiisjudgnierls,
;:.e gradual descent of tho unfortun
!:e woman forced to desperation by
ire attitude of hc-r husband and the
filial supreme sacrifice of the mother
to save the happiness of her son, who
she has net seen since childhood days,
holds the audience enthralled. The
court room scene where the mother, i
on trial for her life is defended by j
har son. both unknown to each other j
is one of the most tense scenes that J
t:ie Hitman m;ru couiu picture aim
give o the splendid company a won
derful opportunity for the flit play of
the true artistic capacity of the ac
tor. In the role of Madame X. I'atilise
Frederick raises to the heights of
dramatic art and las scored a tri
umph that few actresses have ever at
tained. Those who have witnessed
Miss Frederick in this role are unani
mous in saying that she ii one of the
greatest arti'-ts thai has ever as
sayed this role of the broken hearted
EEATH FEIJALTY BILL
E EATEN BY 7 TO 4 VOTE
Lincoln. Neb.. March 1. Tho ju
diciary committee, like the poor,
shall have the gospel preached to
them. The Rev. J. II. Somerville of
University Place read from the bible
for over a half hour to the committee
ght in an effort to convince
that there was nothing therein con
tained which frowned on capiial
Our position dimply is that a horse
-j- ma... -aaicu na Uu,.ouUCO lw ouaaii Dun jbiimen t for capital crrmes.
wouldn't have horse sense. (whether or not this argument was
will be given away to the most popular boy in this
vicinity. Enter your boy in this contest.
Everyone Has an Equa!
Chance to Win!
This contest is now open. Any boy under the age of
13 is eligible. See the automobile in our window.
100 votes free with every dollar purchase.
Enier Yost Candidate How!
rs M mj re)
Your Dollar Docs Double Duty."
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