The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, July 18, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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riATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY. JULY 18, 1021.
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Sec How Much They Will Buy Wednesday, July 20th
No use to wait longer for the dollar to grow bigger. Your money will buy more than ever if you lake
advantage of this GREAT MONTHLY BARGAIN DAY SALE. Some of the goods have been specially pur
chased for this event many have been reduced in price to create unusual vaaes fcr the occasion.
SFEND YOUR CASH DOLLARS HERE next Wednesday, July 20th when they will buy so much
more than for weeks to come. Look over this list of staple offerings, and come WEDNESDAY.
SENATE TO VOTE TOMORROW ON
REQUEST OF HARDIN u iu
DEFER THE MATTER.
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"Of course I'll go to the movies if I can be comfortable.
These Cisco summer shoes are as light and comfortable as
any house shoe, but they are smart enough in appearance
to wear anywhere in vacation. They look good, feel good
and I don't have to fuss with changing."
Every member of the family can get a lot more real en
ioyment out of the summer afternoons and evenings with
Hood Casco Bals- They are light, easy and cool, stylish in
appearance, ar.d give excellent wear. Note their superior
construction and examine the Hoed patented pneumatic
heel "You walk on air."
0,4k any dealer or write ..
Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc.
Witcitown. Massachusetts.
ATHLETIC
SPORTSHU
The Hood Athlttic is prirne
favorite witH active, real boy in
city, town and country. Suction
oU that prevent slipping. Sport
trimmed and made to near. The
Hood Process puts all parts to
gether to stay. Make your boy
happy with a pair of Hood
Athletics.
Big men and little men want
sport trimming on their play
shoes. The Sportihu is red trim
med, red corrugated sole a
splendid shoe at a moderate
price. And how the little folks
like their locks. Ask for Hood
Srtihu.
Extra Special for Bar-
sain
Wednesday
One Hundred Fine Organdie and Gingham
Dresses this day at cost. Come early!
Ladies' Silk Hose, $1.50 value, 73c
Ladies' Lisle Hose, 50c values, 29c
Ladies' Toggery
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
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Jor desolate i looks. -
Of course you expeci lo erect a
rrorrneii 'ikere eorrxc iine -
0ir service batyoxir dispool-NOW-
vVire for c&t&icc aid ccrvpkte M-,
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Put Up rfiarkcri fr Your Loved Ones Craves
Put in Your Orel era for Fall Delivery. Inscrip
tions cut. Special prices on the entire stock
Vahin.!,'tiin. July 1'5- An :mrco
n.tnt for a vote Friday at 3 o'clock
on tlio mot ion to recormnit the sol
diers' bonus bill was reached by the
f.t:iate late today by unanimous ron-
The result of the vote, leaders o!
b..tli tactions agreed, was not in
douiit. Recommittal, as requested by
President Hardins. is deemed cer
tain. Senator l.odue. of .Massachusetts,
republican leader, secured the aiiree
inent at the cloe of another day's
assault by democratic senators. He
said the recotnniittal motion wa iu
the way of other important measures
such as the anti-beer and maternity
bills. In areciui: ' a vote, how
ever, democrats jrave notice that they
would not onlv oppose the re-publi-.
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can motion, nut also wouiu eeu it
instruct the finance committee to re
port the bill back at an early date.
Senators Watson, of Ceor:iu. and
lletlin. of Alabama, led the demo
cratic attack today on the motion to
ncomniit. Senator Myers, democrat.
Montana, however advocated recom
mittal. The votinsi agreement involves
I.oldiim the bonus measure and the
recommittal motion before the senate
contii - .-ly until the roll call Fri
day, it was reached after the re
publican side uave up hope -'f se
en riii a vote either today or tomor
row. Private overtures for a vote to
morrow were rejected by democratic
senators, who msi-ted that ample
time should be jiv n for presenting.
th' opposition arguments to the
country.
ays Interests Command
That President Hardini; had e?;-
feeib'.l Ins constitutional iinniations
iu asking the senate to postpone cui!
siderat ion of the bill was asserted b
SiMiator Watson. The republican
move, he said, was to send the hill
"to a chloroform committee preside!
over by a chloroform senator." That
the republicans proposed "putting th
bill to sleep forever" was asserted
a'so by Senator Hetiin.
Senator Hefiin chare'd that bi.
iiiouey interests com ribiited to d;'C
liin of a rt publican president and
congress, and now were saying, "de
liver the uoods." T;,e same interests,
lo said, were threatcninjr to cans'' a
panic if the bill should be passed,
lio contended that the treasury wa
ainplv able to bear the burden of the
bill. '
Senator McCumber. republican, of
North lakota. who caused the bill to
be placed before tilt1 senate on he
half of the finance committee, today
conferred with President Hardins.
Legion to Continue Fight
Indianapolis, ind.. July 1". - The
American Legion will fight on for
adjusted compensation without any
change in the provisions of its pres
ent program following the message
of President Harding to the senate,
urging delayed action. John I. Fin
ery. Legion national commander, de
clared in a statement issued from
national headquarters here today.
"The sudden alarm, which appar
ently has swept over government of
tii;ils. lest -Through adju-ted com
pensation the I'uited States treasury
be so depleted as to mean national
calamity, will cause no recession of
our activity to bring about such
measures of civil re-es:tablishment
and material rend justment as we be
lieve to be for the best interest of
the country itself." Mr. Finery de
cla red.
"Our claims for adjusted compen
sation were not made until by a
careful study the contentions of our
ex-service men were ascertained,
which beyond any doubt justify
every provision set forth in the ad
justed compensation bill" he said.
"I believe that Secretary Mellon
vastly overestimates the cost of such
provision. Precedent disproves his
prediction of financial collapse if the
proposed bill passes. Fngland and
her overseas dominions. Italy. France
and Belgium enacted national relief
legislation and found money thus ex
pended a potent factor iu stabli.ing
economic conditions generally thru
rehabilitation of individuals."
Mr. Fmery today wired Senator
Porter J. McCumber, who has led the
fight on the senate floor for the Le
gion measure, that recommitment of
the bill to the committee must not
be permitted. As the bill seemed
doomed to almost certain delay, Mr.
Finery wired:
"The Legion earnestly requests
that members of congress do their
duty by those who served in armed
forces as they have done by those
who serveil iu industrial forces of
otir country."
RAIL BOARD REFUSES
TO REDUCE TRAIN FARES
Lincoln N'eh., July 14. The state
railway com mi. -don todav refused to!
order the reduction in street car fares
that was asked at a hearing held
some weeks ago. It authorized the
continuation of the present einer-'
gency rate.
The decision on the Omaha, fare
hearing at which an increase in fares
was asked bv the Oniaha&Council ;
Bluffs Street Hallway company has
not yet been arrived at. by the com-mision.
MOST EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
-IN
Children's Wash Frocks
and Suits!
"Tom Sawyer" and "Huck Finn" Suits for Boys from 2 to G
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED
In all blue, braid trimmed. $4.50 value now $;:.:hi
In all white, blue collar and cuffs. value now :J.0u
Plain gray - blue, braid trimmed. $2.20 value now l.So
Teerless suits, dark and light stripes, white collar and cuffs, now l.Zv
CHECK GINGHAM DRESSES (Beautifully made and Trimmed in Contrasting Colors to match)
$2..".0 11 dresses, size 14 years. lii.OO value, now
S2.2. t! dresses, size 10 years. $o.7.j value, now
1 dresses, size 10 years. $:;.0n value, now
dresses, size ii years. .2.a." and $;.00 values, now
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PINK. BLUE and WHITE I.IIDDY SUITS for the girls from 10 years to 18 years of age. This is middy weather. Supply your needs now.
Good quality corset of lijiht wei.uht batiste for Misses and growing f;irls. on sale at.
$l.r.O and 1.75
SUNBONNETS
:-iunh'iiiit ts for the bi and little
.irl hi white, pink am! blue. Ai--.
a few in dark checks. Ma.de to iron
fl..!. ;o they are easy to laund-T.
Prices. 25c to 35c
REMNANTS
All short lengths of yardage i;oods
will be put on sale as remnants at
such a low price you can not afford
not to look them over.
Save Here on Remnants
RIBBONS
Ribbons in a taffeta up -'-inches
wide while they last only .".
Pt yard. Just t!i riht width for
the little girl's hair.
In Good. Serviceable Colors
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MONARCH
(COFFEE
This Splendid Braund on Sxle
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Other Bargains of Great Value!
CANNED PEARS
:'. cans of "Nitnco" pears- a hih
grade heavy syrup quality; 2
pound cans for $1
1 gallon can (solid pack) 75c
CANNED PEACHES
cans "Xinu'o" peaches, put up
in heavy syrup: 2'i lb. can $1
1 gallon can (solid pack) 90c
CANNED PLUMS
(EXTRA SPECIAL)
1 gallon can (solid pack) 50c
"Armada" brand plums in heavy
syrup; 2 lb. can 15c
PRESERVES
Pure fruit and sugar preserves.
All flavors on sale.
3 large jars for $1
PORK AND BEANS
"Monarch" brand. 2 lb. can 15"
"Nomis" brand. 2 lb. can 15c
4 No. 1 cans Government 25c
PINK SALMON
Tall. 1-lb. cans of a good quality
pink salmon. Fine for salads and
baked dishes.
8 cans for $1.00
SWEET PICKLES
1 quart jar of Sliced Pickles for 50c
MACARONI
We have just received a large ship
ment of fancy imported macaroni,
which we are offering you on this
Ilargain day.
10 pounds for $1.00
MUSTARD SARDINES
10 large cans for $1.00
HOOTON'S COCOA
Cocoa is a delicious summer drink.
Try winie of this high-grade cocoa,
while the opportunity is so good.
Specially priced.
3 pounds for 50c
MILK
10 tall cans "Carolene" milk for $1
ICE TEA SETS
Pitcher and glasses to match
$1.25 per set
CUT GLASS TUMBLERS
Fancy designs, set of G 75c
NOTICE! We are now taking orders for Elberta Peaches for canning. The car
will be due on or about August 15th. Please send in your orders, as they are going fast.
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A Good Quality Goods at a Low Price
S EIM M lIHEIM5
Call Phones No. 5354 and 144
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COX AMONG EDITORS
GIVING HARDING CHAIR
' The best results are obtained from
the carefully written ad placed in
the printer's hands in time to permit
of artistic "set-up." Don't neglect
(your advertising" or compose it hur-
f i . t i x. ii. . i. i.
neouy u you wouia gei me greaiest
value for the money you expend.
Washington. July 13. James M.
Cox. 'a newspaper puhlisher of Day
ton. O.." was a caller at the White
house today when a high hacked
"editorial chair." presented to Pres
ident Harding by more than COO
fellow newspaper editors, was added
to the furnishing? of the presiden
tal study.
The chair was made of wood from
the famous old schooner Revenge,
i captured from the British on Lake
Champlain during the revolutionary
war and was presented inrougn a
committee headed by Earnest V.
lJirnilngham. of the Fouth Estate.
Senator Capper of Kansas, pub
lisher of the Topeka Capitol, was
selected to make the presentation
speech in behalT of the committee of
seventy-five which came to the
White houso.
U it's in tiie stationery line, call
at the Journal office.
LOCAL NEWS
From Thursday's tally.
I a. D. Parish of Elmwood was in
the city today for a few hours look
ing aTter some matters of business
at the court house.
Elba Ingwerson, of near Nehawka,
Charles Barro'vs and Dr. C. II. Cil
more, of Murray. were passengers
this morning for Omaha, where they
will spend the day with the. father
of Mr. Ingwerson and the mother of
Mr. Harrows, who are at the Fengcr
hospital.
Mrs. Joseph Wooster and children
departed this morning for Lawrence.
Nebraska, where they will enjoy an
outing for a short time near that
place on the farm of Mr. and Mrs
John Janda.
Ail extensive line of high class
stationery on hand at all times at
the Journal office.
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