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PLATTSMOTTTII SEM-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1921
ELKS TAKE IN NEW
MEMBERS UST KITE
Discussing New Assessment That
Will Be Made of Real Estate or
County Commencing April 1
v-;irs and the sudden enactment ot ' locution as friends have reported who
the new law to re-assess the land have visited them in the last few
has come verv suddenlv and gives l days. .Mr. Sherwood is the eusto-
pr I'inf i as
a-i.s cmialy ;,r. nr- i.'ii;; a i
use- today with County
William liiTiMi' !l and ni:
J;-orge l:. s . i ; . to i!ini--I'nr
m:. King as---aiti
I'al est ;! of ;h" county :
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t.y i ho state lei;isla ; u re.
.-or la-l -'riiit
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the assessors and clerk hut little time
to prepare for making the assess
ment. The meeting held today is largey
to agree on a uniform scale on which
in make the assessment and to in
sure a fair, just and equitable taxing
of the land of the county.
Almost all of the various precinct
assessors were in attendance and t he
members of the hoard of county com
missioners were also present to as
sist as far as might lay in their pow
er the securing of the bet possible
ie-ulls of the work.
LIKES KEW FOSITION
dian of the Deitz .Memorial church.
one of tile leading Methodist church
es in the metropolis and is also in
charge of the care of the building
formerly used as Hrownell hall and
which is to made into a home to lie
conducted under the management of
the Deitz Memorial church. Mr.
Sherwood finds the new position very
agreeable and one that he greatly
Victor Sherwood and wife, who!
have removed to Omaha to make their i
In. me are well pi ased with their new ;
eggs, $5 per 100;
$1 per .setting.
eany wnite seed corn, with
for sale. Telephone 4022.
('. C HARN'AKI).
R rah ma eggs for
fl..r0 per setting.
nolds, phone 202:5,
Mrs. Ceo. Rev-
HORSES FOR SALE
sale; also a
a number of horses for
now International separ-
Fred Reverage, Mur-
FILM AT PARMELE
We do all kinds or jod printlDg.
hniie--Mary Miles Minter, in "The Little Clown
AND PATH ENEWS
"Fatty" Arbuckle in "Brewster's
Millions" is Attraction for
Friday and Saturday.
The most delightful comedy seen
here in some time will be "Brewster's
Millions," the new Paramount pic
ture starring Roscoe (Fatty) Ar
buckle. which will be shown at the
Parimle Fridav and Saturday.
FOR SALE . J This famous story was presented
Selected White Plvmouth Rock I as :1 ''ilsk' leature seven. I years ago
pkkw r,c each, and White lVaoanm,t never has it ever been so de
duck eggs 12V.C each. Mrs. (ieorgo ' litfhtfully presenied ;is in this new
Perry. J,lnne"2Sr.-W. 1m wd sorf,f n version with "Fatty" as
A capable cast includes Petty Ko:;s
(Clark, leading woman and Fred
f 1 1 ii ii 1 1 y. .lames Corrigan, J-an Acker,
Marion Skinner, Charles Ogle, Xoejy
Kdwards. William Povd and Parke
The stor concerns a voting man
whose career is the bone of' conten
tion between two wealthy grand
fathers, one an aristocrat, who be
lieves he f-hould not have to work,
and the other a self-made man who
wants him to work for his salary.
The results are the many inimitably
funny situations, of which Arbuckle
makes the most.
15 and 25c
- one of those
that you are
FRIDAY and SATURDAY!
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Ever wonder hew you d spend a million? Well, Brewster
got his. And had to squander it, every cent, in a year!
But when everything he touched made money
howl with glee at the stunts he did to grow poor!
comedy king m a picture lavish with
Jane Acker and Betty Ross Clark
"Open Another Bottle," a good comedy
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M. E. SMITH FACTORY
Large Number of Woman to be Em
ployed at Once in Making- the
"Mina Taylor" Dresses.
Prorn T::fsrtay's Dailv.
fJiJ j Tile M. I-:. Smith f:cifry in thi-J
jjjCity, liic!i ieen ciosed down for
I sonic time, as have the otlier plants
i I the coiiinariv over the s'ate. will
t$ j re-open tomorrow nmniinsr i n 1 fuce
'! a reat ih;il of work riiat is awaii
;? ini; t In-ni.
1 The factory here will he levnte
J larut-ly to the mar.m'aet urc of the
w c lel)rat 1 ".Mina Taylor" brand of
jj; tdresses and aprons and Mis Mary
M'-Cuirc. the forclady of tiie p!aia.
I'l'tates that there wiil plenty of
I work for experienced workers at the
Tile Slililh fom ti:i nv h.-is reeeive.l
(iniers from Mandel Brothers of ('hi-
A (;iK' that will tax the ontniit of their
ES I plants for some time to sunnlv. as
this hirire eastern concern will place
the "Mina Taylor" pinni'iis on the
eastern markets as one. of the best
of the ladies' garments that can be
The plant here is well equipped
to care for the work and as soon as
pos- ible the full force will be put to
work on the new line of garments.
Heretofore a jirear deal of the work
hero has boon on the men's shirt
line, but the Iari.o orders from Chi
cago have led to the chanpinj; to
Tin-' fact is ?no,hc,r indication
that the dark clouds of solvorsity are
rolling away and brincinj; back the
normal irosperity of the country.
How about the matches
- are they in a safe place?
DOVEY CASE ON TRIAL
Rich brown fabrics 2 pair
Sizes 3 to 10
One small lot
From TuesJay's Daily.
This mornitiLT the case of George
H. Dovey. administrator of the i-s-fate
of K. (I. Dovey. vs. Frank 1-:.
Schlater. administrator of the es
tate of Jane A. Dovey. was placed
on trial in the district court. Jud;re
K. J. Clemnets of Lincoln is presid
in;v over the trial for .Itid.e lleuley
and hearin;; the ovidenco and ar.uti
nunts in the case. Th is is one of
the many cases that covers the set
tlement of the estate and a Krea;
many of the most distinguished mein
1 ers of tlio Nebraska bar are pri st nr
as counsel in the ca-e. The plaintiff
is represented by John I,. Webster
and Attorney Hut-bank of Omaha and
D. O. Dwyer of this city where t he
Jane A. D vey estate is represented
by Jesse L. Kimu of Omaha and At
torney (.'. A. Kawls of this city,
l-'ran' is A. Hroj;an of Omaha and A.
I. . Tiild of this city are interested as
representatives of H. X. Dovey. a
member of the tirm of K. 1. Divey
The case promises to bo quite lone,
drawn nut and may cover several
elavs as the entire morning was oc-
cttpied in the opening statements of j
the various attorneys and the evi-1
deuce in the case will cover some
FUNERAL OF MRS. PRIES
The funeral services of Mrs. Max
Pries were held this tnnrninc at 10
o'clock from the St. John's Catholii
church and the romnem high mass
celebrated by Father M. A. Shine,
rector of the church.
A large number of the friends and
neighbors of this estimable lady
gathered to attend the last services
and pay their tribute to the memory
of the good, kind and loving wife.
mother and friend who had been tak
en so suddenly irom tlio lamny cir
cle. The floral remembrances spoke
silently of the love and esteem in
which she had been held in her home
At the conclusion of the services.
the body was borne to Oak Hill cem-
eteH-, where it was laid to rest.
The Bank of Cass County
Capital, Surplus and Profits
Your Business Solicited
In a General Banking Busines
All Deposits in this Bank are Protected by the Ne
braska State Banking Guaranty Law.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo. desire to express to our kind
friends and neighbors our most heart
felt appreciation of the many acts of
kindness to us in the Sickness and
death of our beloved wife, mother,
daughter and sister, and these acts
will remain a fond memory so long
as life shall last. Max Tries and
family; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Oslin;
When babv suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
way and it is safe for children. 60c
a box at all stores.
o: A 11 ' TT O
o ocim-iiiiiiuaiiv u.
of Joint Stock Land Banks exempt from all tax, ac
cording to recent decision of U. S. Supreme Court.
For terms and price
Chas. C. Parmde,
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