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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1921)
Bargain Wednesday" Bargains!
In addition to the special items offered in the big club ad, we will
sell on Bargain Wednesday, July 20th, the following merchandise:
M-.ns .'jli-l'ratljrr harvrsr plovers,
with pigskin palms; vfi y ?.Al
and pliable. N siins
iiii.-'l; wrist r fanntlrl
M-n's and young men's fine all
wool Miits in Gray worsted and
',cn Lrovp flannel; sinI- and
Men's dress shirts, neck hand
and collar attached "Beau
Brummeir makr. Sold from
Mori's kiki one piece
oversuit. Cut right f
afford rase anfl roin
fort. Kxtra vf-l! iii.ifir,
$ '3.4 8 and
Men's Union Suits
Mad- like B. V. D.
Mori's knit union suits
Men's hrown kiki shirts, two
p !:-? v, extra well made.
T Slimmer Wash Pants
fj $ep 00
II U 1J
Kiki, linen, and linen color, striped.
These are some we picked up J
at a bargain ourselves for this
sale. Just the thing S f
for hot weather. r
Ssraw hats, our entire
shapes for dress wear.
Two prices, $1.89 and
Work Straws 25c.
Boy's Rompers, blue
Boy's Peter Pans,
Boy's slipovers, plain blue and
Black Alpaca Coats, just the
thing for this hot weather,
Men's C.ai lers at per pair 25c. Shop Caps 15c. White Handkerchief Sc.
Dress Sox, assorted colors, 8 pair for $1.00
C E. Wescott's S
Till 9 P. M.
PLAYING WITH FIRE
inuk's tank. Jusl tin tixt ilay the; further suspicion toward someone
inicu had to I..- used ir. a lire ca 1 1 ! having tampered vli! the truck.
1 bad this loss nt gasoline not heen This is sure dangerous work that
Son:.-.. it.- in Wt-.-pnm ;.t.r is siir. ,:.-c-.v-n-i! when it was there would someone is h,.l.mu,.,i it. r,,i ,...1-
h.:ve t.een ilelay in getting a start. Jprit nr culprits if apprehended will
Win-:: the run was made Thursday j be given the full extent of the pen
the ;.ii front casings blew out with-laity of the law which is severe in
lfiayin'4 'ith tire in t!- s?u;::; tio-v
:Tf pulling of: against the Weep'::::;
Water tire company. The evbPmc
seems to 1 1 : r t
ittempt to pit; j,, i .v.-rity i-et o:" the tire house doo
nr i ot such r : in lien r iitli Hv.
Its tire li.r'llli equipment our of us-. ,.,.. .,.;. .,,ilrol,,i r..rr.. i...
-t weeK. for the ... r....t;-..,n
t tunes. :ni.- ami me lact mat'" '
thiid tim- since this equipment
line was found :l !'nd!e pin on one of the wheels!
be, u added, tiie
to have been drained from the aiiio.v.as found to he loose, points with 'Blank Books at the Journal Office.
l. pi mi wgm
Men's Dress Shirts!
Our regular $1. 25 to S3.00
Ujrjr-ijin Wednesday price
Three for S2.70
3.1.50. S2.00 and S.2.50
Values Qarg-Bin VV ci
ne 3d a y Pric
Two for SI. 25
Men's Silk Hose!
Four Pairs for S1.50
Big Bargain Day Specials
WEDNESDAY. JULY 20th
Men's standard blue work shirts,
our regular $1.00 shirt; sizes
A' to 17, this day cnly,
Boy.-. Overalls -"The Big 3"
none better for wear.
Hegular and Bargain Price
4" X 10 m 14 li;
?l-lr. $I.lT, $l.:r, si. Mi fl.iio si.t:,
:' :'r i . i .-:,
Boy's Sport Blouses
200 Soft Collars! ,
Size 13 to 16. mostly
2 for 25c
Ten for SI.OO
Men's and Boy's
Store Open Till 9 P. M.
I CASS CO. FARM
BUREAU NOTES !
lady Employed by Farm Bureau
Miss Wilkins. a sradnate of Home
Economics department of the (Tni
versity of Nehraska. has heen em
ployed as Home Economics demon
strator for Cass county. ?diss Wilkins
comes highly recommended and we
xiict the co-operation of the coun
ty in home demonstration work.
Harvest Labor Plentiful .
The Kami Hureau has placed 140
men and lind men rather plentiful.
They are a little hetter class than
those received in former years.
A new club of seven members all
raisiiiR Spotted Poland China pi
lias heen organized at Nchawkn. Jim
Stone is leader.
Hogs Need Minerals
The most successful stock raisers
do not feed drugs of any kind to
healthy hogs. They do, however,
keep certain minerals before their
hog;-. Wood ashes or charcoal, lime
and Fait sire used bv many breeders
and as a rule supply the necessary
minerals to keep the animals in
thrifty condition. .The State College
of Agriculture says charcoal may he
obtained by burning corncobs. Simp
ly rake up a pile of cobs in the hog
pen and set fire to them. When they
are well charred quench the fire with
water. To make the charcoal more
palatable, salt may be thrown on the
fire before the water or salty water
may he used. If the charcoal is to
be ground up and used in a self-feeder
with air slacked lime and salt; no
salt need be used on the burning
cobs. If no self-feeder is used, the
cobs may be raked up and charred
and left in the pen for the hogs to
help themselves. In such case rock
salt and lime should also be placed
in the pen." Pigs receiving plenty
of milk and running on alfalfa re
riuire less of the minerals, but some
should nlwavs be kept before them.
L. K. SNirES.
Co. Agr. Agent.
Mrs. Linda Harrod Endorses Cham
"I suffered for years from stom
ach trouble and tried everything I
heard of but the only relief I got
was temporary until last spring I
saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver
tised and procured a bottle of them
from our druggist. I got immediate
relief from that dreadful heaviness
and pain in the stomach after eat
ing. Sinse taking two bottles I can
eat anything- I want without dis
tress." writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, of
Fort Wayne, Indiana.
BONUS BILL IS
NEBRASKA SENATORS VOTE TO
XEEP MEASURE ALIVE
VOTE WAS 49 TO 27
HARDING FORCES WIN BATTLE
To Have Adjusted Compensation liill
litcomrnitteed Indefinitely to
the Finance Cornmittte.
W;;slii!iL'to!i. Jnly 1".. The ad
min ist ra t ion won its battle in con-
when tlw senate. re
President Harding's re
r 'Commit ted I lie sol
hill i nd I'iuil i y to t lie
commit t ee.
o;e for recommittal
l :-r.-,' bonus
li na !)
1 n- o;e K;r recommittal was !
to 'JU, ami was interpreted by demo
crats, to mean the "deaih" of the
bill, but by republican leaders to
mean p.istpom-ment for only a few
months with no substantial loss to
war vet (,.aii beneficiaries.
Moth parties divided on the roil
c;-l!. l ine republicans voting against
while eight democrats joined the
bulk of republicans: for recommittal.
Republican losses on the vole were
offset exactly -by democratic acces
sions, and two more republicans were
paired against recommittal and three
more democrats for the motion.
P.oth Senator Hitchcock and Sena
tor Norris. of Nebraska, were among
those voting against further post
ponement of the bill and urging im
mediate action on the relief niea
An effort for an order directing
early return of the bill to the sen
ate was defeated by a vote of Oil to
7. a motion of Senator Kenyon, re
publican. Iowa, to have the bill
brought back early in January be
ing rejected. Senator Pitman, dem
ocrat. Xevada. thereupon announced
that he would make a motion every
we.;; hereafter to bring back the
bill from committee.
Stormy clashes between democrat
ic opponents and republican advo
tates of recommittal marked the clos
ing debate. Put they were mild as
compared to the scenes which follow
td the roll call. Among the inci
dents was a challenge by Senator .Mc
( uniber, republican. North Dakota,
champion of the bill. to Senator
Heed, democrat. Missouri, to settle
a question of veracity "outside" and
shouts of "Sit" down!" made to Sen
ator McCuinber by Senator Watson,
Senatorial dignity and rules were
lost in the confusion. A half dozen
renators were speaking at once,
clamoring for recognition by the
vice president. To add to the din a
midsummer storm broke over the
capito!, pouring torrents of rain on
the glass roof of the senate while
lightning flashes vied with its light
ing system. Senators could be heard
only with difficulty.
The row broke when Senator Mc
Cumber was recognized by the vice
president to explain the effect of the
bill's recommittal. Senators Itobin
son. democrat, Arkansas, and Reed,
declared that, there being no bill
or other business before the senate.
.Mr. MVCumher's speech was not in
piesident ruled in favor of Mr. Mc
I-or two hours the parliamentary
ami personal wrangling continued.
Senator McCumber stood by his guns
and finally concluded his speech.
The senate by a virtual party vote
of .'JO to 27 also sustained the vice
Your grandfather can remember when "Slate
Rights" was a much discussed question. Nowadays
each state is fully aware of its rights under the Consti
tution of the United States.
The banking laws of this state, for instance, are
designed to give maximum protection to your deposits
and at the same time permit state banks to accord a
liberal banking service.
THIS BANK IS CHARTERED
UNDER THESE WISE LAWS
The Bank of Cass County
HAD CLOSE GALL
FROM BAD MISHAP
OVER LAST YEAR
G. E. McClerkin and Family Victims Business Men of Community Show
of an Unusual Accident while Gutter Interest in Aimeaiances
ci Their Business Hcutes
Motoring- Last Night.
t'rom Saturday's Daily.
G. K. McClerkin. vice president of
the Hani; of Cass County, with his.
family were out motoring over the
government highway between this
city and Murray last night, when
they experieneed an uuustinl accident
that might easily have had a serins
outcome for the members of the
The party were traveling in a
sedan car and were going at a very
moderate rate of speed near the farm
i f Oscar Gapen when the bumper on
the front of the car became loosened
in some manner and one end fell
down and caught in one of the front
wheels, causing the car to get e:T
the center of the road and before the
occupants were aware of their pre
dicament the car was ci";, r over lo
the side of the road and ft ruck a
post standing near the roadway ami
tipped on one side. It was necessary
for the occupants to crawl out of
the car and it was foi:nd that no
one had suffered any injury from
the accident aside from the sli.J-t
shaking up. It was most fortunate
that the car was going at a moderate
rate of speed at the time or thev
might have had more serious injuiy
in the smash-up.
The present season has heen one
that has heen filled with a great deal
cf improvement in the general ap
pearance of the business section of
the city and a greater majority of
the buildings on Main street have
been re-decorated and painted this
year than any one season heretofore.
I.a.-t year there were six of the
business houses to ha e their store
fronts re-decorated and minted while
so far this season there lias been
twenty to take up the good work
and t he painters have been kept busy
looking after the work. Herb Cotton
tlie angular painter and paper hang-
state that he has already com
puted fourteen of those fronts and
t a re
ser. t ru -h is over
iy a splendid si
ditions have nor
d' before the pre
a nd this is cert ai n
owing" as the coii
been as favorable
as tnev m::
The liv, wire merchants of the
city however h-.di.-ve thai a life
foresight in kef-ping tilings fixed up
is the hes? policy in improving the
general appearance of the city.
BIRTH OF FINE BOY
From Friday's Patiy.
This morning the stork visited 111"
home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W.
Lynch south of tne city and left in
their care a fine little son and heir.
Tiie mother and little one are doing
j nicely and the father is becomingly
j proud over the addition to the fam-
SUIT TO QUITE TITLE
An action 'ntithu John M. Keck
v-s .J.inies L. Craig has been filed in
the oil ie of aames M . I'obortsou
clerk of the district court, and in
which the plain'iff asks iui"ting of
title to certain ral estate in '"ass
Colin! . YV. A. iiuhertson appears as
a'toiney for the plaint ill'.
Mrs. I'hilip t'chalVr, of Kxeter.
j Nehraska. who has been hero visit
1 ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
, J. 1 Falter and family for a few
days-, returned this morning to her
WARNING TO SWIMMERS
Some very timely hints as to the
things not to do when in swimming
have heen put out by the swimming
director of the Lincoln Y. M. V. A.,
and which should be carefully stud
ied by anyone who contemplates go
ing in swimming in any of the ponds
or rivers in this locality as it may
save them from danger and possibly
loss of life:
1. Don't swim on
( Wait until at least
2. Don't swim if
you are exhausted.
4. Don't swim if
Dqn't dive without accurate
knowledge of the depth of the water.
0. Don't struggle if caught in a
swift current or undertow. (The
force of the current will bring you
to the surface. )
T. Don't wade into the water with
the arms above the head. (You will
not be ready to stroke if you step
into a hole.)
8. Don't lean backward when wad
ing into the water. (Always be
reaily to fall' forward. )
fl. Don't fight or struggle to swim
if you swallow water. (Clear the
windpipe of water first.7
10. Don't fail to learn life-savin;
and resuscitation methods.
11. Don't cry for help in fun
(You may need help, and not get it.
12. Don't go in swimming alone
unless you are an expert.
a full stomach.
two hours after
you have heart
Special Prices for Your Produce in
Plattsmouth on Bargain Wed
nesday July 20th.
We will have a car on the Burlington tracks in
Plattsmouth on Bargain Wednesday, and pay 2c above
the market price for all your poultry on this day only.
BRING THEM IN
Moye Produce Co.,
FOR RENT OR TRADE
Two and a half acres adjoining
Plattsmouth on south. Good house.
good pasture. See George llild or
Frank Vallery. J7-3v.
A team of good work niaren, six
vpars old. Priced right for quick tale.
T. V. Roberts Phone 2913
Ulaiik books. Journal office.
Effective JULY 15, 1921, the following prices will
apply on CHEVROLET cars
Model "FOUR NINETY" Old price New price
Touring $ 820.00 $ 625.00
Roadster 795.00 625.00
Sedan 1,325.00 975.00
Coupe 1,375.00 975.00
Model "F. B." Old price New price
Touring $1,345.00 $ 975.00
Roadster 1,320.00 975.00
Sedan 2,075.00 1,575.00
Coupe 2,075.00 1,575.00
PRICKS F. O. 15.. FLINT, M1C1IICAN .
Lovest priced and best fully equipped car now sold
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