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TKTTHSUAT, JZ7TL 23, 1921
rLATTSMOUTH SEIJI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
of persons have carried Travelers Cheques to every
nook and cranny of the eartn.
Inexperienced travelers as well as eteran cliche trot
ters have found this form of sslf-icj-n! :fyu. 1 ravel
funds essential to their comfort.
When you buy Travelers Cheques at this
convert your Iravel money into a form c
which, is ready negotiable any v. here, and y
can be spent by no one but yen.
Travelers Cheques are popular with tourist?
they positively safeguard travel' funds.
They are nopular with hotels and railroad and .!r-:in
shin coronates because: mev are noi uiiuir-- k;;j
and because they eliminate embarrassmt
and hazards incidental to cashing; peri-ona checks.
We regard the sale of this international currency as
one or the most important pnases oi
It costs little to insure your funds arrainsl
purchasing Travelers Cheques at ths bank.
Safely Deposit Eoxe
Lcai:3, Exchange and EorcL
UNION - - NEBRASKA
Mr:. YV. A. Tayicr ami other of her
many friemis here.
. Ljii Friday. Attorney ( L.. Graves
wa :i vi-i'tir in I.iucain, a iied t !u i e
I io'.ik a. ' r ?ime br.-i lit manors
and alj n.- tht- ' l of his uuuj-h-tr.-.
Mr-j.im; 5. 1 J . -r : Royal, and ,M.
A. li -iirrip.. ami tlx: i hu: namls.
: cemetery. The strar.ge car awaited Dane will teach in a summer school
; jr the car containing the Foster before going to Janesville. where they
yaity li the corner of the bridge west will make their home and he at home
J of to".vn ar.d at;aiu tried tu step the to their friends after August la. P
car, hiu without tntcv. iiit man '
Farmers Timor TTr.M Mpetmi-. i
The Farmers Union had a very in
teresting mettinp at the M. V. A.
hall last Wednesday, when they lis
tened to a program furnished by the
Union young ladies in which Miss
N't! lie AlcCarrol rendered a solo,
which was greatly enjoyed. Miss
Alice Todd and N'aoma Maueav pave
u.cn came to Union and stuppel for
a short time here and di parted in
' j haste, as though the ma:. 1 cared lie
would be arrer-ted. ll vas evident
tiiat the man had intended to hold
up the occupants of the car. Lut the
ooim-ss aad quick thour.it of .Miss
i'o: u-r fjiutrated his designs.
The Bank of Cass County
i lO " '
v. i 1 a i
si-::oj! a' 1 1
i'iui. . lie. -
dozen of tin' young l.i-
attend:!:.'' I lie sumnor
i-i'ii, wore ii'iri.- foi t:i..'
: hey L iag" M isse.s Kala
i I .a l:u-. Annies 11;-
Spend Pleasant evening'.
Last Friday eenin? at tin p.t-asant
: .:iic of Mr. W. L. Ho back, t h-re was
,a:htn-d a crowd of about thirty-live
iritims ami r.:v uors oi
who hail come together !
to tneir friends, -Mr. and
t'arioii, .Margaret Svvan. Winona Uy- Vovvell, who h:t,ve hem
! : c; rii t : T li e ;it. the h :):iie i
l.triiiu hk;!:ier l ntar 1'art-
lo.. was a brief visitor in t'r.
10:1 !j. t Morday i.u.'Tii.ir. ft:d s;.::;:
-i short t .ti.. ; t h a ;:ui:i'--r oi he;-
' :f .11
tat a er,
v. : h
!..it an ner
in Wet;.' a':
hf'iii a very
i.e '".riaie tf
li. Fran.- ia-t Sat unl'i;. ,
s ill the I'iiape of a poteh
i .' lu re a , en ; r t.a i i! :i: -"a-
ni v-!'. as will as a nitv
i i n tr : r " e d .
Mr. W. i. I.
was vi ry
; pent with visiting and
' ,.ati'n ami not the lea
of the events of ihe even:;
1 i!-Ii.-htr"ul iatifiic-n v.k.th A
Kiiiriet uiid I-'ii;. Kohaei: tar::
ai:d wiiicii iti'IudtO ice ere. nil
1 1 s I a in iiv,
pay hoanr j
rs. Arthur ;
-itin for '
Mr. . Vow - !
i 'lack, si: fr '
- i ;o,a i
)' a :a:it ly ,
: pieasii:;1: '
:r was the I
. - e. .
;: duet, which met with eijual favor.
I'roreeded by ;iti instrumental num
ber riven by Miss Alice Todd. Mr.
J. O. Khrayer of Lincoln, made an ex
tended address touching the interest
of the fanner. Ice cream and cake
was furnished and all had a most
pleasant even in. sr.
FOR OLD AGE PENSION
: t tile ('
i cotter, of
: a few year'
.' 1 i.a.' t 1 1 i i
War - h.
: i ire
:e .-ali'i- e.-',
.K-d. v.i r' 1
s mat ters at
:1 li M
r.kin;r I'll iuii
i k. Tl.ev li- :iit, intel-ested
ca V '.
r ii net .
: ( I V
e'i la- t
. t:.i a 1
S :;'a whi.-h oc-
ViTr W 11 at t t Il'l
i lie r e , e una i le
Tiie ii:'e.'St on
eii i.' pt t:p, a'id a
d..:-e .y t':i:!.'.e
a": er the ser-'i-Ms
i-alie. Mr. and Mrs. Yoweii, n uhcise
ht a or the v. :: herinj-v va i ad. (O-pai-t-f
tl on Monday afternoon i'-,r Xtl:rar
!a !':t w here llo y "ill : ! m! ; few
days, aj-t-r which they v. ii! l:o to 11
l::ioi t laake their holl.e.
All Angr.st Chiipnr?.; Tree.
Tile new ii: v :! ion. v.'iiieli tile I :i i
ii."t h'liie.; are jut a tnis tiau- in
; ; -:::: at : i! rr. looks lik.' ir would be
:i ry jirfilita hie and plea-art under-,
t ! in? as v. - ii. The plan N t have, a
l'hrisMi:as tre- in the in -nt of At:
o i. the sn:;w and ice is c:pectel to
a,se:it. but the rea I "iiri-tmas ,
i;t will tie :n evtilenee. IK-na-
Conventioii Tills Afternoon Goes on
Secord in Favor of Measure
to Provide for Needy.
vh- : L. U. Up-
; 1 e . 'a rim r meet -
Mr. l.in Lynn was
!.a:aiwate More, and
i v : v cn fa Me ma n
e ;i!:,e T'r. W. li.
: er t lie hii-iiM s.-. ;. t
if! a a i - fa e; if.
t ; :;s lor the oceasion a:,
ii,-.. tree which will be s
M : ssi; nary hi tiie.-- to a ho",
mi at Indiana II arbor.
ou wa 'it ' o ilo so:
v.'ork, act behinii
n a ry
W iwii 1,-r the
f i h is et lebra i r
i tviTis for
nt by the
M ich iiran.
e real n:i:.
.le in Ai!-
A. W. I'ropst was looking aTter
some business matters in Flat tsaiotith
last Monday aftern.oii.
A. V. I'ropst of the tirm of lToj. t
& Burl ee. s;ild a Fora louring ur
and a Ford coiipie last Siturday.
J. L). Cross auil wife were visit intr
with friends in Flat :: 'nan li last Mj.i
dav. makinir the trip wi:!i their car.
Lloyd Yonker was a l:usi!:e.--s vis
itor in Flatisn.oUth lat .Mviotay.
makinsr the trii on the Mis.-c uri i'ae
if it- train.
Mr.. G. S. Upton was a visitor in
Omaha lat 1 nUay, wnere in-
lotkinsr afler stime ousiiie-s mat!
for the day. j
I. C. Kliodeii of Murray. ws a
Vsitor in Ui. i n la- t Tuesday, com- ;
in? to bring a party to tiie train!
going south. I
Little Marjory lioback fro!n Otoe ;
county, was the guest at tin.' home ;
of her grand narenu. Rev. and
W. A. Taylar.
!ra Clark antl son Chatle; wer" vis
iting with friends in Nebraska City,
lcf'kins after some business niat'ers
as well last Monday.
Miss Mary K. I-ter was a vi-itor
-at the home of her parents in Union
last Sunday, returr.inir t- her work
in Omaha. Monday morn in sr.
L. Y. rr:iv I'v : d is huilaiittr a house
rear Wyominir ti.r Mr. v'iisiy. wii !:
is on the plaee where Iavid Stewart
livtd for the past few years.
The Uecker beys b"an tin- v.etk
with seven tiams plowing com for
the la: t time, and ;n Saturday, be
gan the cuttint: of their win at.
Mr;. !. W. ih.rret
Ooe-lia las: Saturday
frietiti'- of th .if plaee
w ; 1 -
at t i
it t ami !".
car of Mr.
U III: '. V v. '.' e
i.-: ; : : V i
' il.'IUe o
:' I ; i
I . . . '. t
I ' V.
v i i ' e
e f I ;
aas for laortu
- ;ai- t'.ii.itTs wi:o
)..;.-.ihss. as w.-il
.-a of ha viiti1 a
;r t ii em pi--y '
lias installed ..u
addinu nm.-h :
1 1 a ms
,1T'( ? '. (
bv ;: s;1
Uni.i'i :.-i,l Murdoek ;
roy . I f-. V.ow s. trie' :
no- a : I o:; "
he i'l: 'in team
!." ? six. 'i lo y
i'-r.: :;ame. The ,
w . 11 to ay wit It
w ;, i rt
l.'tv. .1. ii. I'll
T.-v. a. a mi a l.in ;
I'i v. ki m in ! !:::
lue par.'.onam for
ir;."; t o r Si.ii-i.iy.
Mr . ; '!--
o i ' :'
-.. c. 1:
Un ii i!
l a :
days, at the
w i lay
t : 1 e V
eaj- :. arrived
aiot visit d f
home of Mes-r
Lidireft and Dan Lynn.
li. II. F.ecker and
t heir hands at '. -hiin; a f
and with : hi- it-iii! : th:
Mr; many li-ii ior lue ta!ii-j.
I .-p orr of cat chin1; th.em.
'.. II. I'lOter tf tiie Far;mrs Nier
cantiie Ce,iiipan. was caii'-d -o Cm
aha las- Friday t !oo after some
business maners lor toe cucpa:
nu.kiii"; th trip up and back on t
Ihtrrt ne Ko-Jdv. manager of
, ' lo" I'
ii.::; It a
I i ' l aiiw. y
i.e.':1 t he -a
r. Att.-rr.'-y '
'i :; t - m.e.i: , v, !:t ;-(
re'a t : ', and frit
a Per ?!: bur-ai j,!:..-
s I a' ion.
i :i- .
Will Eilmr T'
I a-; wet k ! ). ( '.
; i '; iti ; iieir
1 .- '
and P'loilv , r
' Unanimous adoption of a resolution j
fa-. orins' yovernmental old age pen-
; sions was made at the business ses-
: sion of the Fraternal Order of Fairies I
j in their state convention this atter
noon. The resolution calls for an
invitation to similar action by state
ceries to unite with the Indiana aerie
in recjuestnjr the rrrand acre of Fa
' ties to take "sueh action as will
awaken public sentiment to the wis
dom of slate and federal provision
that shall remove from the minds of
the laborers of the land the haunt-
in tr fear of want and pauperism in
' old ay.e."
; Text of Eesolution
i The old a .'.ro pension adopted by
the state convention Monday afer
n o:i follows:
; "Whereas: Modern industry with
i its intricate, swiftly moving machin-
cry and ruh for produc'ion requires
the ste:wlv- "(-rit T-e-o'v iTi'tiMtivp
.-.ml exhaustless energy of youth and
tlaces the elderly workman ta a
serious disadvantage even if it doe-?
it, debar him from emplavmcnt,
"Where-s: Fxnerirnee nas pr v
rd that the renumeration rc-eived
d::rin:- li s jtrotluct ive years is, in
m: iiy e-;ses. t iirotuvii no fauit of hi
1 v n. ".tt("-y inadeii'.iate tti enable the
. orkinsrman to "!;ivl-v" suilicient to
Has stood the financial storms of the past forty years.
It has been instrumental in the upbuilding of Cass
It has assisted more Farmers than any other financial
institution in Cass county; know the Farmers' need
We appreciate the co-operation ou have given us;
it is responsible for oar success. We invite your busi
ness, upon our merits.
Deposits in this bank are protected by the Guaran
tee Law of the State of Nebraska, and our total re
sou rceg, over Six Hundred Thousand Dollars.
T. H. POLLOCK, G. L McOLEnK!?, R. F. PATTERS OK,
President Vice President Cashier
BOYS TAKING CAR
Two Plattsmotith Youiirr TJen Ar
raigned at Nebraska City and
Are Given Light Sentence
ly sorry for their offense. County
Attorney lleinke changed the com
plaint so as to make it taking the
car for joy ridinr purposes instead
of stealing: it and the court then
gave the boys a tine of $100 each
and three months in the Otoec ounty
jail instead of the penitentiary sen
tence which they would have secured
under the original complaint.
I . w h. re
' ta b-iri:
:: th.- no
t v wen t to Visit V.
r w it !i 1 1. . in
oher of Mr.
: i O
i- i their rc
o. r ho.
r ( i t : '
i r.d -.'.ill in
-- wi':; her
ri vi'!,- for t;-e ron-pro-ductiA' years
' f later li'o st; i i --tier shov, inr; tha t
' ti th T'r.ited State--, alone, there are i
' 1 I OflO v!iii-li obi ae.-. t! e-i"Tid..nt !
! ;.u roiblic mid priv.'.te charity ; and
"Y.'herca--: Stie'i rhari-v with its
j ! rand of jiauperi-'in inflcts an unjust i
'. "!:::iii;i upon those un fort una e vi---j
! t i 's of or industrial sv-reii'. who I
h'.ve enttided the energy of their
From Wetlnestlav s Iiaily.
Yesterday afternonn in the district
court at Nebraska City. George I'ries
ind James limbeck, both of this city
were brought before Judir Herrley
charged with having stolen an auto
from Diller Deniing of .Veir:is' a City,
a few weeks ago. The complaint as
filed by County Attorney lleinke
charged the young man with steal
ing the car and which is a most ser
ious offense. Judge 1-iegley talked!
i the matter over with the two boys i
and pointed out their wrong doing j
and to the court the boys told their i
story, claiming that they had no idea j
of stealing the oar beyond the fart
i that llity wanted a joy ride nr.d hadi
; not ep"Cted to try and retain '!),
car Jon ire r than tney were out ruling.
On the suggestion of the court as!
the two bovs were evidently i-incere-.
E2TIEETAINED at glenwood
: Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lyon of this
! city, were the guests the last part of
tiie jast week at 'Hen wood, where
they were guests at the home of Mrs.
J. I). Ironmonger, mother of Mr.
t I. yon. While there they were very
1 j leasantly entertained at the first an
j niversair of their marriage and a
number of the young friends in that
city were guests tit a porch party giv
en by Mrs. Ironmonger. Musical
n umbels and games served to pass
the time delightfully antl the lios
t esses comjtle'ed t lit jileasant obser
vance of the anhi ersary with the
erving of a dainty and delicious
1 unci; eon.
Lose anything? Find anything?
Tr a Journal want-ad.
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to have t:
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c s .rk
ion ma i r.et . was
City last .-'n::. Lo
ci! a go dgaiin
: t v. e.-n the tt am
. and Calls City.
Mrs. X. J. Kt yser of
. ' lit
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Nt h.. wl
'.'it' Will k
i ia I'ti
! -o:i. Ti.t .-
t ht n g t
i'rot an s.
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for t la-e
Vi'ite: Ft it I'd.-, Ker.
Krios: !!;:';!;;,!:!. r.-'-v -f 11 tir. Ie,i
i:e in--urane' bn-ines-. was a Vts
r in Cnim and a ouest of hi
haon Crui-t ;. with whom
comrade in th-camp at Ne w
when Camp Cody was ia its
ay-. He is w-11 acfjUair. te.l
. . .eft!,
. !m;. oay-. j K
'. a many t ! t i'
. .o: ii who v ,-re i:
an e- i: 'iiv fr!
t h t'
i : h
Joti: ti a i .
in t ae jt w
- eat .
ha - been .vi.-itina w ith Iri- nd- in Cii
ion for tiie pa-t e-k anil v iiil- here
bad been th.- gtie' of t lie Kev. and
aflerv Service Station!
I am prepared to look after your battery wants,
in the way of rech.arginfj, repairing and furnishinp: of
needed parts, as well as providing you with new bat
teries. All work has my personal care and will be given
the minutest attention.
w. h. Dubois
j c-tl ur.:!ay in Cmr.ha.
. Hoy ;ol .i is--- Mary l','(! r.
. Ka ::iid Maty I'v.-reti. and
Leslie i:erttt. Mie.- Clara and
(lobelia an. ;':! wi'.h l heir lia.--weii
iiiitd. and v.ii'i their motor
in the b'-: t of cotolii ion. 1 f 1" i
:: wi: ii ii-'iit hear:-. I. r a d..v .,!"
iha.ti't- ii, lio j:irks of Omaha and
; La'.ie .Man:, v. a. T't- n -'fry party
Nii: d t!:- jirineipa! piaees of inter
'. : in (Unaha. and dinner at jo-.-iur-t
,oe Ki erviev i.ith. They Stir-i'-tiij"vetl
tin day to the tu!l"st and r.-
tu:iieil h( Hie ia the eve'.line, rl -ai-i.-tied
with t h. e enjoyment of the iLv.
' , -.
. I t ,
( a :
Steady Hand There. Brother.
Oiie tif the best of inventions
i.o- bringing the prison; day into
pace of inventions in other lines wa
tiie automobile. I'robabiy the liest
d-viee for safety on all appliances
therein i the sT.ering whcl. This
j v. i eh must be used with cair fukies.-,.
and rea.aui if ono is to get the be.-,:
and ! sidered t he
Siou! Look and Paint!
Have 3-0U examined your buildings recently? Do
they need paint? If so, and you are waiting for lower
prices, you are only adding expense later on. The
extra paint required for the same job will more than
offset any decline that might come, as paint prices are
very reasonable at present.
Buildings allowed to go unpainted naturally de
terioate very rapidly. Those rusty streaks down the
cides are from nails, and as nails rust the building be
comes loose and is apt to become greatly weakened.
Now is a good time to Paint 'em up. We sell
the famous Sherwin-Williams Co. products. Best by
We appreciate your patronage.
Frans Bros'. Lumber Co,,
results. A good thing lor all driv-'
ei ti do is to keep your ey e on thei
roadway and a lirm hoid ou the
wheel. We are ioh! of a man. who'
v.as not laag ago passing a swimming :
i ol where a crowd of bathers, dies.--
. I in tiie gay bathing suits, made a i
ery pretty spertacle. we would be
.illing lo admit, ami it might be-'
; mrerous for one t: try to driCe an
.:;;) past such a set ne. Neverthe-!
ss. it is said that one of the people '
ving not a rhou-niul miU-s from I n-:
' n, made the attempt ami lured ly
i.e merry crawd of bathers, tiie eye
andered from the roadway to the
i -tilling pool and at tl'.o same time.
;e car left the beaten track, sougiit !
le roadside, then took the ditch at ai
' omul, and then tiie fence and fin-I
lly loflged fast am mg some trees'
.1 the pasture. Well, that was all:
was of it with the exception
cost nearly one hundred liuck
tore the car to its primitive
Cc:'.'bratps Ninth Birth-lay.
Little le.ltlls-' Fo-'er, daughter of
Mr. a::d and Mr.-. K. K. Fo.-ter. near
t ii'ion. itlehr: ,. .! h r tiinMi birthday
a n n i i rsarv and had a large crown
i f her friends and r. laS :ve resen j
! the oceas:' :i. l!ot n h-r srraiid-
a rent.-- of boih siti-- ware present
ai'd a-si-ied in the celebration. Mr.
aod Mrs. L. C. I, arson from I'latts
iiiouth. grandparents, wt-re present
and enjoyed the occasion.
Hold All Day Meeting'.
The mtmbership of the i'aptist
ihurch last Sunaay ht id at their
church building an all day meeting
which was w 11 attended and con-
I'ible scioi )1 in the niorn-
in flu- beginning, followed bv
th- morning service, which cons!--! od
-f a number of addresses will worth
heating. There were nine from Lin
e,!n at the meeting, four being in
ti:e (larteite which rendered very
j.itas.ng music. Miss Minai:: l'e.k
us of Indiana Harbor. Mich., made
a very pleasing a (Id res:-, while M. It.
IJucklin of Lincoln, made a very cap
able address. Then followed the din
ner, after which a number of meet
ings touching the missionary work of
:hc church, the I'ible school, and the
Ilaptist young people meetings and
work was had. The ladies had a
nie ting in the evening which was for
v.; nun only and an illustrated lec
ture in the basement by M. II. I'.uck
i:u. in the live subject or "America
For the Foy." in which the stereop
:;o::i was u-od. In the evening the
Kev. J. H. Dahacy prearhed in the
auditorium, making in all a'very pro
fitable all-day service.
Will Koltl Services Sunday.
Moth the Methodist and Baptir-t
churches there will be services dur
ing all the appointed time for the
igorotts ".-car-; in pri dilution for the
(. fir. of society: and I
"Whereas: Among civilized na-I
tions. the United Slates is the only!
' r 'mincnt C"1 t !:;: 'm not in s-iioe i
frrm r other rrcogrzel th" ohlifi- '
tir-ti of the state to the humble toil-j
err. who"c labors are the basis of its:
pro-teritv; and i
" Wlie'-e-tc : Tiiti Fraternal Order i
i r Tlagl4- Tp r' icMia rl v jr'ereted i'i ;
litis cMiertiou: not only because of
the "eonoiuic stnt-.is of a large portion
or its meinhr-rsb i p. but also because
' f its fundamental principle of up
holding iustice. Therefore. le it
KcsoRed : llv the Nebraska State
i-rie of T-'ar-lcs that we are in favor j
; goernmeni.ii oi l tige pensions, i
j and hat we invite our sifter state
I ini-i-jj -.na till. i.-iiIiArd iri fi t D -lur'fic if I
the order to unite with us in request
ing that grand aerie of I!i21 to take
ouh action as will awaken public
sentiment to the wisdom : f state and
federal provision that shall remove
from the minds of the laborers of'
the land the haunting fear of want
and pauperism in old aee."
a v. r.nscnoRN'ER,
a. n. sfiirnF.KT.
iliiv. The IJible
Attempts a Hold Up.
Some time ago. while Miss Marv
C Foster was in I'nion. with the!
ie'.ks she went to Nebrasnk City.'
where they were looking after some
bii'-iness and with the number of
things which required looking after.'
the famPy were detained in Nebraska j
City until nearly 9 o'clock, when they
started home and had gotten a few-
school, the young
and the m orr i n g
end evening services of both churches.
Have Interesting: Tweeting.
The Woman's Homo Missionary So
ciety ef the Methodist church" met
last Thursday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Todd. Mrs. Todd be
ing the leader for the occasion. A
very profitable day was enjoyed and
a very pieasant program rendered
ilos not of tnw-n --.ben .hPv m.o,H I Hefrf s!imen,s wpre served at the
Com. of Kes.
WTLL VOTE ON DISSOLUTION
Prom Wednesday's Iiaily.
Yesterday, Miss Alpha Petersen,
county superintendent, was out in the
locality of Wabash to ost notices
there of the coming election that will
be held there for the purpose of the
dissolution of consolidated school
district C-lo which is embraced in
that locality-. The special election
will be held in the evening of July
11. and the polls in the district re
main (men from 7: '50 to S:30 p. ni. so
that all may have an opportunity
The dissolution of a consolidated
district requires two-thirds majority
i f the votes cast at the election, so
that a heavy vote looked for at the
FANCY CALLTOPJylA APRICOTS
1 Case $2. OH
2 Case lots fa. 00
RIPPLES FRUIT STORE,
4t-d lt-w 2nd door south P. O.
Blank Books at the Journal Office.
Cash TeHs the Story!
Say, you who have heen i;oing to other towns to
make purchase?, did you know that people from other
towns are coming to our store, because they can get bet
ter goods for lower price?, than in their own town.
Come and get the prices and you will see we can
serve ou better than you ever dreamed of.
Shoes? Why we can beat them all in prices and
quality. A large consignment just arrived. See them.
Four cakes Crystal White Snap for 25c.
Harness which sold lor $100, now are down to $60.
Our business is increasing all the time on account of
the low prices and good goods we are selling.
Cash TeHs the Story!
Besides the large reductions which have been made
already in tires, we are giving an extra five per cent
off for cash with the purchase.
We carry a large stock of supplies, accessories and
repairs; d o acetylene welding and all kinds of first class
We are here to solve your auto troubles and give
you the best of service.
A. R. DOWLER, Proprietor
Willis Old Stand
thev approached a car standing HI ocncl"-ion of the rleasant afternoon.
! tho roadside and a man in the mid-! ... .
die of the read, who. when they near-1 spilled Much Kice.
ed. signalled them them to stop and ! The manv friends of Mr. and Mrs.
also said "wait a minute." ill. J. Dane and formerly Miss Ethel
I Fearinff so"rne desijrn Miss Marv Kousrh. who was a bride of but a few
j Foster, who was drivinjr. increased hours, spilled much rice at the Mis-1
the speed of the car. and hastened to souri Pacific station in Union, when
I'rion. The man immediately jump- tluy were showered with rice and'
d into his car and pursued, over- rro id wishes when they took the train
taking the Foster car near the Union, for Whitewater, AYis., where Mrs..
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BARGAINS
?, Xo. ?, sb.o cans of high
grade peaches for $1.00
Or we will sell you a full
case of 24 cans for $7.90
All kinds of Fruits sold at Bargain
Prices Quality Guaranteed
ASK ABOUT 'SALT WATER SUCKS'
R. D. 5 TINE,
UNION -:- -:- NEBR.
LINCOLN COUNTY, COLORADO, LAND
Lincoln county, Colorado, farmers harvested an
excellent crop of wheat the past season.
Come, see land where in many instances one crop
will pay for the land. We are making trips every Sat
urday. Call and see L. R. Upton for arrangements and
particulars. The best land in the west and at a price
which anyone can afford to pay. ,
Box No. 11 - - - Union, Nebr.
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