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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1921)
Fireworks of AH Kinds for
Day or flight!
Skyrockets, Roman Candles, Pin Wheels,
Firecrackers, Sparklers, Etc., Etc.
Our Line is Complete!
LOOK THEM OVER!
We also have the biggest line of Cigars, Cigarettes
and Candy in the city.
Pop on Bee at Ail Times!
aface Shining Parlor
GEORGE COMIS, Proprietor
AT THE CHAUTAUQUA -JULY 8 TO 12
V.-.s I I. '
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GiRVIN'S ORCHESTRAL QUINTET
A Company of Musicians That Ranks With the Eest and Is
Exceedingly Popular. ,
r s - r;;l y .(f ::!i'ntermin-I suet-ess :i t!i' Mutual C'liau-
in wl.i.-h iht-ir j..t.u::ir:ty ;in-l quality vt-re deni-'iistrjitiMl daily, it
t" !c-n.i:i' tJu-in for a tour of nv.r wcstpni circuits as u sjK'Cinl
.. i: ir.i:.-"',-!oviii .i-. Thr itsoii!!"1 for this cuaptMiii'iii was
f j,.:: t! " vr:; liory ltil (r. Lt str:i of Clii'T.so Itamon IV
v. ;: .-4. ..:-..:,! :.' !ii !.' n; s a!:d froMiiiM'Tir' in t!:c Aiiirrican Cu
r . ! .J : i! iif.van for t t ;;i'tisis of fculiat
1 ; ,!( .r:'tT.jiii.-!i"! !":'i!cr ii.a lilx ral iiina'i.T of sois, a tri"
; . . ; .;!!,' v V" i-'y S'tiiri:lil.V (llOSOTI IlUIII-
v ; '. ;j ; ,. , :,'.:' ;. . :; - c. i-!-:i d. liuoii iuoiuIkt of tlxls
JNFikl'T irnniATITT '(; vital statistics of tlie state board
x.u.. -t.--i.i- ---' --a-, Ai-cniii! t the statement a total
l . i i: . 1 4i f't r t iUi'it)ic 4-ir'o Ti--rt Hnr-
pr; X i I ! : : .
bv i:. L.
'!;! 21. Ap-j iI1Er ,i;0 first four months in 1921.
'' oTi--:'!:iif '.; ;he infant of this number 841 died of congeni-
falifot-t!!.! are caused by tal ca,.
:.! '! :t-ft- '-r di-eases I jr . -o-
j:. .-.s. direfor of the Lure-m i buyers and sellers together.
W.r" - "7s.
h 1 v ?
BRING YOUR MONEY TO CUR BANK AND VE WILL TAKE
GOOD CARE OF IT FOR YOU.
WHEN YOU WANT TO USE IT YOU CAN GET II AND MORE
TOO. WE ACCOMMODATE CUR CUSTOMERS.
THE MAN WHO WORKS AND BANKS HIS MONEY REGULAR
LY AND MAKES HIS BALANCE GROW, MAKES A GOOD NAME
A GOOD NAME HAS VALUE WHEN YOU GO INTO BUSINESS
OR WANT TO EXPAND THE BUSINESS YOU ALREADY HAVE.
WE INVITE YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
Farmers State Bank
ON GOOD FEL
VIA AUTO LINE
Used Car Market! U. S. SCOURING
KANSAS CITY. HAS.. WILL SEND
125 BOOSTERS ON TRIP THEU
1913 Ford Tourinffi- $125.00
1913 Ford Touring- 135.00
1916 Ford Touring 140.00
1916 Ford Runabout 175.00
1918 Ford Touring Closed 250.00
1916 Ford Coupe 325.00
1917 Ford Runabout 200.00
1913 Fori Touring 200.00
1918 Ford Touring 225.00
WORLD FOR THE !
THE DEERING. "STRANDED ON
NORTH CAROLINA BEACH,
NO ONE ABOARD
,,'1919 Ford Touring, Starter. 375.00
HERE TOMORROW AFTERNOON Bukk rive passenger 4oo.oo BOTTLE THE ONLY CLEW EfiUNC
Oakland Five Passenger Cheap
Program of Songs, Speeches and Dis
tribution of Souveniers Will Be
Made by Visiting Party.
The city of I'lattsmouth will have
as their guests tomorrow afternoon
the party of members of the Kan
ras City. Kansas, chamber of com
merce, who are makinjr a "Goodiel
l(.vshii'" tour of Nebraska. The
visitors come by auto and have 12".
in their party and who are making
the stops at the different towns alonK
the way and petting acquainted with
the residents of this portion of the
great west which lies in the heart of
the agricultural empire of the na
tion. In the party will be many enter
tainers who will give musical num
bers, speeches and other forms of
entertainment that will assist the
citizens of this community and the
visitors in getting acouainted with
each other and enjoying the stay here
of the Kansas live wies.
The auto party will arrive here at
2:.rr and will spend some time here
before con; inuinir their j uirney
northward to Omaha. 'The Kansas
City party are all good road boos
ters and feel that the highways
through this part of the west and
fsfeciailv that between Omaha and
Kansas City should he the very lie-t
that can be secured.
The IMattsmouth business men
ar.d citizens should see that the vis
itors are received in a fitting manner
and that the feeling of good fellow
ship is promoted its its fullest extent
with the residents from our neigh
boring state. It is not a notable oc
casion but shows That the true value
of this portion cf Nebraska territory
is beinc p.pi.reriated by the citios
that surround it.
Will sell for cash or on time with
j cash payment and balance monthly,
! at slight advance over the prices.
T. H. Pollock Garage,
PE0NE NO. 1
TO BE DAILY REPEATED
Plymouth. Mass.. .Tune 21. A lit
tle company in Pilgrim garb assem
bled by the beat of a drum, trod the
streets of the first settlement in a
solemn procession to the site of the
old fort on Burial hill, where Eldor
Brewster's charges worshipped "00
years ago. Fifty residents of the
town, many of whom claim lineal de
scent from the Pilgiims. participated
in the march, which depicted the fore
fathers on their way to church.
The procession will lie repeated
daily throughout the summer in con
nection with the observance of the
tercentenary celebrat ion.
Believe Pirates Are Afloat in
North Atlantic One cf Sev
Portland. Me.. June 21. The the
ory that pirates are afloat, in t.'it
r orth AUaatie has found crelctue
here. Belief in this explanation of
the fate of recently missing ships
has grown with establishment cf th
fact that the message in a hot tie
picked up two months ago north of
(.'ape Hatteras. purporting to explain
the disappearance of the crew of the
five-masted Bath ichocntr Carroll A.
Deering. mystery ship of Diamond
Shoals, was written by Henry Bi.te.
of Islesboro, Me., a member of the
crew. Question of its genuineness
was settled by handwriting experts
who compared it with letters written
MASONIC GRAND LODGE
jEcr.ci Reroluticn of Appreciation to
j C;Lan.bcr of Commeic and Other
I Civic Organizations Here
DOING SOME GOOD
WORK ON ROADS
That the Masonic grand lodge on
tht '.r recent visit here were more
than pleased with tiie reception ac
ccrded them as well as the general
s: i-it of go id fe'i!ows;)ip and frater
nity known, is borne out by the reso
lution appearing below that has bevr.
rr reived from the office of Grand
Washington. D. C.
world-wide search fo
crew of the schooner C
ing. of Bath. Me.. whi
June 2 1 . A
irroll A. lieer
ii plied on the
White. of Oma-
Highway Commisrioner IvIcExe Try
ing to Give Residents of County
the Best Possible Roads.
The county roads are showing a
vast imnrt vement in the last few
weeks, the travelers over the high
ways report, and a great deal of cre
dit is due to Highway Commissioner
J.-B.' MrKw and his patrolmen and
workers as well as County Commis
sioner G. 1. Farley, who have all
hcfi on the job whipping the dirt
roads into rood shape for the trav
eling public of this pert ion of the
One of the piece of work that Mr.
McKee has been looki:; after is tha
of placing tiling along the ditches
on the highways where theve has for
yi-ars been a steady caving in of 'he
ropdway and especially on the Louis
ville road east of the C. H. Warner
farm and on the road between this
citv and the Platte river bride-? has
this line of wrrk shown splendid re
sults and has practi'-aily checked the
cavinsr in of the roadway.
It is work of this kind that de
FTV( recogr. it ion and the men who
have made it possible deserve the
ere 'lit. The dirt road are always
a hard matter to keep in shape and
the rend boss or commissioner have1
enough criticisms hurled at them
that they deserve any of the words
of praise that can be bestowed and in
tins case tney can leel well pleased
wi'h their work.
7 1 is- certain! v a nleaure to t
T-mouth citizens to real;:'.-' that
ir excellent efi.-rt? have pr'du.--d
it pleasing result? and the Maso-i-i
ulge can be aspired that the ef
to aid the Home in this citv
!he pav: of the
CAPTAIN ROPER TO B0 TRAINING
Captain Boh Roper wiil do his
raining in Omaha for his fight with
Andy Schmader ;it the city auditor
ium on July 4. according to a tele
sram receiveJ from his man.-isrer. Kd
die Kane, yesterday by J. J. Isaacson,
chairman of the athletic committee
of hc Douglas, county post.
Roper is expected to arrive here
Saturday or Sundav and auarters
will probably be obtained rear Car
ter lake where the former army man
will work out for his match with the
Louisville slucxer. Roper won a
draw with Bb Martin. A. E. F.. last
Friday nieht. He has two decisions
over Mar' in.
Andy Schmader is also planning
to train near Carter lake for the
Thatch and may en pace c.uarters
there this week. World-Herald.
wii! br unceasing on
residents of this city:
Mr. John P. Saltier. Pres.
Chamber of Commerce-.
I ta.ke pleasure in -'r.ding
the following copv of a re?oh;
wl.'ch was proposed and itn-tr.iinous-ly
adopted by our Grand L.od g at its
Whereas. n the ro?c-ssjrn of the
Ft.rimrii.Te or three 'Wnrf'trea memhit-s
of the Grand Lodge to to.e M. ;j;ii:
IIve at Plattsni'Hitfc. a wtloni" v. js
a corded u- of rare warm-, it and cor
diality; and each indiiiual mcmh-er
of the party was deeply impressed
with the prevailing sp:-it of F ra
ter :,: an- good fellowship which
found expression in the many con
veniences provided fcr the visitors:
the profusely decorated streets and
business houses; the splendid music
furnished by the Elks band; the sus
tainine: refreshments provided by
Heme Chapter No. ISO. Order of the
Eas-ern Star, the many expressions of
welcome found in tfce rplendid spe
cial edition of the Plattsmouth Jour
nal: as well as the hearty hand clasp
met with in personal contact.
Now. th.prefrre. be it resolved, that
for all of these courtesies the Grand
Lodce is most profoundly apprecia
tive; ar-.d extends thanks, particular
ly to Plattsmouth Lodge No. f..
H.-rio Chapter No. 1 S 9. Order of the
Eastern Star, the Chember of Com
merce, and all of the good citizens
ef thai spl.r.did little rity.'with t he
avr-nrance that the Grand i.odce is
more than ever eonvi-n-ed that the
atmosphere surrounding our Home is
all that could Tie desired.
Trulv and fraternnllv. .
FRANCIS E WHITE.
North Carolina beach last January
with all sails set. but not a soul
aboard, has been started by the state
department through American con
suls. The mystery is being investigated
by the department of justice and the
department of commerce, as is alsr,
the unexplained disappearance o!
American steel freighter Hewitt, out
of Sabine Pa?. Tex., for Boston
This craft disappeared at about tin
same time that the Deering came
The summary of the history of the
Deering case as sent to consuls by
the stete department discloses that
when the Deering passed Cape Look
rut lightship. North Carolina, on Jan
uary I'fi, while bound for Aio de Ja
neiro for Norfolk, a man other th.i;
the master reporter! thai the ves--:
had lost both anchors and a.-ke.I to h.
itporttd to its owners.
Five days 'ater the
fc nnd on the beach in wh;
dt ; rrrmrr.t describes as
C( adition that there
ci( n of foul play hav
Henr W. Krueger
T.IEETS WITH ACCIDENT
From XVAtincsdav'R Dailv.
Tilrs. Jnmes Blcrk met with a very
painful and serious accident cz'r
day afternoon whi'ih will con fire her
to hc-r home for some rirae .it least.
Mrs. Bla."k was helping w;t'.i some
.of the houerwork at the Georrrj TZ
Dovey lienor snd had just step;ej 4jut
on the west porch of th house to
throw out s: me water vhtn she f;l
unexpectedly and caused a fracture
of the right hin joint. The injured
lady was taken to hr home by auto
after th calling of Dr. R. P. West
over and the patient m3de as com
fortable as possible although she is
still suffering a great deal and is in
quite f-erious condition as her ad
vanced years makes her condition
most ser:ov-5. Mrs. Black is past ee---eatv
"ears cf age and hr acoirieut
coraes as a severe shock fo her.
Air Gcoled Spark Plugs
Perry County, Illinois
-AH Eastern Kebraska
General Manager, Lincoln. Neb.
Phcne F2238 Bos. 1254
.4JCCfliM5-? -r.V."-i-7.ir?.-K --ZAr
:t the sra;.
"in sti -1:
is every .v.spi
v. g rx-ctirred."
savs that a short time after the Deer-
l ing passed the lightship, a steamer
i the name of which has not been :.s-
cctlained. passed the light ve? sc
a lid was 'asked to stop and take a
message f;r ferwardlr.g. hut no :e
spense was received to the 'ruiovr
ous attempts en the part of the mas
ter cf the light: hip to attract the
The department's summary ;bei.
says that en Aprii 11 the foliowiag
mee.sage was picked up in a bott-e
near Cape Hatteras:
"Dee t ing capture I by oil l.ur::i:i T
boat t otr.e; hirg 1 1 K chaser, lalcing
off everything. haiui-cuU'ing crew
Crew hidir.g all over the sjuj, x,
chance to make escape. Fir.d:r
pica so lit tify headquarters of Le er
The schooner carried a motor lit
!; t and a dory." the state dvpart-n-ent's
sutrniary continues. "1-u;
neither cf them has l;een picked uti
and no wreckage from them has le'ei;
f4iirt Atfw ff the rt -ov i C'tT. cto'i-
mg anu supplies oi tne vessel nan
Government agents investigating
the Hewitt end Deering; cases say
they are baffled and that thus far
they, have not found a single clew
that might lead to a solution of the
mystery. Equally as baffling, they
say. are the cases ef the British
itcnmtT Albyn and the Russian bark
Yute. which disappeared lust fall off
the North Carolina coast.
The Albyn sailed from Norfolk las!
O. tober and never was heard from
again, while the Yute we.eu off Oape
Hatteras sent a iadio message ask
ing for aid, but when steamers reach
ed the position given in the message
an hour later no trace cf :h vessel
was found and it is said she has nev
er been heard fremi since. Reports
to the "government are that the
weather was perfectly calm.
Investigators here say that they
do not take seriously s.igrrest ions .-.t
bolshevik raiders or deep sea pi
rates, but they add that one gues.- :.
as cood as another.
They are inclined to the opinion
that the two cases will so down in
history with other unsolved mys
teries of the sea. The greatest ot
which on record, they declare, is that
cf the American bark Marie Celest;.
which was found off the Azores three
months after she left Europe in 1S72
with all sails set. undamaged, in
calm weather, but with the crew mis
sing. A boarding party from the ship
which sighted the hark found the
table set for dinner with hot coffee
in the pot and everything aboard the
ship in the same condition it would
have been had the crew loft only a
few minutes before. On a sewing
machine was a waist which the cap
tain's wife had been making, while1
toys used by the captain's son were j
on the floor. In the fo'eastle was;
a table with playing cards distrib-j
uted around as though members of
the crew had leisurely left a game of j
Besides the captain, his wife and ;
con. there were ten men in the ship's
crew. The vessel was taken to port
and again put in service. buf about
sis veers later she disappeared com
pletely with her crew and no word
Las ever come from ner
Genuine Polly Prim Cretonne Bungalow Aprons in six
beautiful floral patterns and color combinations.
Saturday Only 39c
8-Quart Extra Heavy Old English Lipped Preserving
Kettle, 12-inches wide and S-inches deep.
Saturday Only 49c
LEGION REGISTERS I UNIONS WIN A
Representative:; Criticise War Hisk ; Railroad Labor Eoard Ruling Favors
Department in Treatment of
Cause Pullman Employes Ac
ceptance cf Cut Invalid.
Wa'hiitgtcn. Juiiv HO.- -ii pri'scti- t 'hica-o. Jane i' 1 . Ilatiroa.l uti-t;.tiv;-s
4'i the America n le-gieut i.t.d : ;,,-).- v ...! a sn.a.-hin.T victory tor
Veterans of Foreign Wars prote-u d : '.'t.ite.! States raiii d 1 U : r boat '
today agains' the- ..lieged tre.it m-nt ; t-- dav in n i: wa.- rub-.l tlat t he
of veterans to tiie senate :-pec-Ial cor,!- ! (.! u.;.: ('ar -.tiipa: nm.-t d'a!
niittec (ieal.ng with ae'.ivit ic a ft ft-j v. i, I; a'-cr-li; cd rej v vnt a i i ves id'
ing former servi e n.'.-n. .J. T. Tay- : r: ! f.rior.s.
lor, vice t -lia iri.i'-a of tne ii -gi.-la t i ve j ';!,. b'K.rd rub d : hat a v. u.' i !.:
connnirtee of the Aim rican leu:;?!. 1 1 :-u v. hi' h v a. ace ' ' r-pre
complained e.f the "t'a.hire of the gov- ... n';.t ivc-. cf an c:-a a i;v t i.-.u cl
e rnment to pro :de a ti equate heisii.tai : ,
t h" eel ipan
lacilitits." assert i nt: the arc iutiv.:;.. invalid.
1 .(' forifer service men w::. can - ; iMilhuan cini.atiy. -u:j loyim:
not lie given neede fime.li. ai treat- j !,..;! v.n-n. is t!: only r-iiln od it.
nient. du-try that .has rgani. ''d a "company
The bureau of war ri.-k insurance, i ,,vj01K"
he alsj charge.l. iiad i'a.""e t; a ..si- t Thy i:r.i.'o. n fo'.i:i 1 lv
ihose entitl'-.l to g.-.-r:.: u-.-.; a.d and ri.j:r,,ad t.n.p!cve aniliat..-.'. v. ith the
he appealed for v. "re -v m o-' ii : i A ,,f ;,: , r;.i!ri..d brotb r-
treatment of vet t ra wary .. who:.. i;(,..,ls.
lie raid. st:;T-r "becau.-e they do not
Knew their riuhts or how to ubtair.
Tii.- c'i.-c rro.-o ln !i mem'n r.- !'
th" eoiiiptu.y titii;,;, ji-'-'-cd to ac'-cp;
:-lt'm- : a i- p'-r c!:i r e -. i c 1 i 1 1 la i w ii:t- r.
"We ask you to humanize the i i!:,..-t i.it ioti .v th- board slue-.-,,,
reaus dealing with former ser it e j? v:.s ataumme.!, that tin- n-ajontv
men." E. Dettelhetm. jr.. caatrman ' ,- c-aploves !..-b.r.i.:-d to il- a.
ii'iio:..- ': n ! t l,er'foi iitvo-
o! ! .o
d' the legislative- c;ui".mi;i'
.e'erans of iM'ct! V.a-s. i:ra- ; , , ,,,s v. i, i.-..t io f.,r:.,.
irg that eongress e-.n. :.! tli" hnre.ri .(l ,.v. , i.l:,v..i, !;d n.,i "ount.
"f war rik in - un.tice to he lp th v.-'- . .
"iS-cial cr;,.hm if thcM.-arl oS $00.000 000
.pp-ilsof th, war r: insuranc bu-! IP. OH IIAVY BILL
rein was oi(4-d i-y Mr. 1! i !d5i. m. i -
"ho denial: :: -i ih.:-':- b- r---oni :- d i Wa.- h in i. i on . 1 ('.. Jure J I . 'Mo
an d former srv;'-.' ::.--n le iic d ' b'-iweiu t i". ii.it,. ;v
upon it. i 1 , . , i - . r tle na;.! a :--i -pioa I t:
. bill w a - b .' n today by co ;. 1',-ri-,--.
T- j te P r n r" "Tft vit': a virtual au-re, ment to lip oil
ifktnriN lllll K" j ale ' ?!'0.oMi. .MM. cf t lo-
( kUtVUi k W 1 iill III-. l( ( m M i added by 1 1 1 1 i n a 1 1' 1 1 d with
Gil Jl IIT i 11 'ii i I nIVi ' iu r;rtht of t lie house to vr! , dir'-ct !y
plendid Oppertanitv to Cecare Tick- i ,
etr. lor Eitr I-id-i:.r.:ir.cr Amu.-c- t
K. 11. ichu!bcf. piano tuner.
nient OiTcrir.g-i:i T;iis Cm J n.-ed i- Wicker porrh furnifurr,
j u -L arrived at Cjiiri' Ghri.-t l'ur-
The tickets f r ihe chautau- . r,i:urn Stc re.
jua which will be held in this city i
are now ready and in 'lie h .;0. C of;
;he various ticket sellers who re to'
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ti'-keis for this st-a-;on ::'.r. f-t . ' ;.
.idol's and $1.2 for the chil.Tr. n.
These includ, t he wiu-le r. um- t.,:
i--:rs of the- course, many of which, ;;!';'
ire alone worto toe pt.ee ol the sea--,.,.
-en tickets and i-!T; r-1 t he lover of:
the best in the air us; men: line an!
: portunity of getting th.eir full mon
The tickets may V. socur'-d at the
:'r;Uwing place s and persons and;
those who have not as yet se. -ureal :
their tickets shemld do so at once
while they have thn fullest oppor
tunitv: Uestor fc F-w.i'ck. Gr.y V'. '
Mri gan. Rev. I!. G. McClu.i-:y. M. '
Hild. Fred E;.gsch. Variety sto-e. '
Plattsmouth S'ean, Laundrv. .1. hn ' . ss
1. Cloidt. 11. M. Soe-ib-hs-a. F. C. ,";'' v; .
Fricke. M. I. Drown. 1'laf "iou:h i,,.,, .
State Dank. Han': cf Ca -s Cwtiiv. ' -e i.-roO--- at.-i t':io,u i t it ...
Halt & Son..:'. A. Raw Is. '. E. Wes- N; ;:; 1 ' .' !;;. ::',71:,V:V.. ."I ",'7-
cott's Sons. Will V.'esen1-:-:-::). ,Mv- ,. ; , . .i.'.; ,. . ' . i.c ! i ;. : s 'a. 1 1 n i ;'n - t ' . -nard.
P.. A. Me El wait:. i';t - - She t-i:
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US Fill Your Wants!
We are now located at the Greenhouse and
wiil be pleased to have the business of all our
old customers and as many new ones as pos
sible. Try us first foi anything in our line.
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Phone Residence G56-J
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