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MONDAY. JULY IS. 11)21.
FLATTSHOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
liirir.an Rauth was completing the
r-.-hing nt his farm which the rain
Thursday evtning delayed.
Rummcrfield was-- a visitor in
,::' for a short time and a Cal-
cti hi- friend. Glen York.
Hernia u Da 11 was a v jailor i:i Or.i
i; hi-; Friday wneiv he had some
matt its la !o(k after,
tldu'icl Kelly i vi-it'.r in
.,;'siio:!'li last Saturday, driving
;i!id i-itiiii: ita h; frien, is
Iurr.es w as a business vis
ha last Friday wiu-ro he
r after some matters fur
A r. u;n!e - of the people of Man
. i.ti.l vicinity were visitors at the
k;u;i during me pa-i weetv ai
. I ! Villi'.
At torm.-y C. K.
: : a- t'it'T
. ;. I n.at'ers.
;i traded hor.-e?
!-.(!.. and they
v ': c't he
;:;. and Y. .1
Rr.uth. w he
Tt-ffi. of Weepinc-it-v..-itorin
look in g after some
and Howard John
: last week, sight
are still wor.der
besi of the trade.
Will Ht'iti'. Dan
. Rail were "V i -:'.ors l
They went to see i
is a t lie ncs: :t j
a cousin of Mrs.
is v isiting lie re '
aha for some time-pasT. where they
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. Mockenhaupt parents, John
Tighe and wife, returned home last
At the meeting of the ball team
of Manley last week, a special elec
tion was held for The purpose of fill
ins: the place of manager which was
made vacant by the sickness of Mr.
Teddy Harms. Mr. Ruddy Bergman
John Kleischman mid family were
visitine: in Havelock during this
week for a couple of days they go
ing over there on Wednesday and
1 eing gutsts ;.l the home of H. A.
Shipman and family returning home
Rudolph Bergman and family. Kd
ward Keily. Charles Gtrlach an dfam
ily. ,ind Miss Nettie Kelly and her
friend. Miss Nita Francis of Beloit.
Kansas, who is visiting at the home
of her sistet. Mrs. D ivid Tighe f ; r
the past week, visited aT The Chau
tauqua his: Wednesday eening.
but it hoped
that she soon will be
Friends Visit Here
The Rev. Higgins presiding priest
of the St. Patrick Church here, was
accorded the pleasure of a very
kindly visit from the Rev. Jno. Green
of St. Louis. Rev. W. McKtnna of
Lincoln, and Rev. C. Corcoran of
From January 1, 1921, to June 30, 1921, inclusive
From Friday's Dally.
Rev. W. A. Tayior and wife of
Union were in the city yesterday for
a few hours looking after some met
iers of business.
A. J. Encelkcmcier and wife who
siting in Minnesota for
Jan. 1, 192
have been v
a short time,
city to their
returned h::iiio yester
and motored from this
home near N.'ha vka.
t r v
.. t. i.iy.
I: v; -
' s tt i o ii t h
M. Carper of Lincoln l.a
ins in the neighborhood of
son.e time p:isr and as
It. kin.; i;fter the harvest
C. Far. 'r.or.in of Louisvi'ie
ii..r ::: Manley for a .iiort
look in:: after P."ni
:;is been d; :nc at the h-me
K. Mock en bar. pi.
S: atuh r w:- io.ikin- after
of bu-iiH-.- in Maniev
ar this i:v dur-
Entertainec1 For Dinner
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Rauth on last Sunday there were a
large number of their friends pre
sent and a most delightful time was
had. Reminiscences and music oc
cupied The time very pleasantly.
Thc.-o present for the occasion were:
Aaron Rauth and family. Herman
R:ui:h and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Champlain of Council Bluffs. Mrs.
Champiain heir, g a cousin of Mr?.
John Rauth. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
White of Omaha.
! a -in.
very ; a t
pi rt in?
Sa if ct cn Imurovemenl
Harmr whr: unuerwert an
i for appendicitis is waking
.sfartory progress and is ex
t re'urn home soon, his
will be :rlad to he.tr
a n a
a I : (
; :e;.ri?:cs is ; !
J-,., i.rlt- !,..;:;
o.-ketihaup: La.- '
pa-t a is; insr a;
a i making, wori:
: v. ct
Bergman ;ind Will
attendance at the
n Weeping Wate-
and saw the
,g aer t-y
Frnm Satarda.v'F Paily. j
Ed S. Tutt of Murray vas here
for a sliort time yesterlday afternoon
attending to a few matters of busi-
i i:(ss and enjoying a short visit with
his host of friends. i
! I. W. Foster of Union was in the
j city yesterday afternoon for a lew
j hours attending to some matters of
; business and visiting with his old
j time friends in the county seat. j
i Mrs. H. P. Beverely of Des Moines,
Icwa. "who has been here for some
time visiting at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wallengren.
departed this aflernoon for her home
; in thti Iowa city,
i Mre. Jerry McHugh and children
lof Murdock. Ed McHugh of Falls
City and Miss Mary McHugh of Oma
ha are in the city week end guesTs
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Walling and family.
! Everett Ward of McC;nk who has
bcn lure visiting with his relatives
and friends for a short time depar'ed
, th if. afternoon for Omaha and later
; will leave for a Trip in the east pri
or to returning to MCA ook to tane up
' his school work.
1 Attorney C. L. Craves of Fnion
I was here for a short time yesterday
' afternoon looking after some legal
' matters and returning home on the
I late aft, moon buss. This is the first
occasion for some time that Charley
has been in the city and his many
triends were more than pleased to
si u him.
University Special Building Fund
University Special Fund
Aid Bridge Fund
University Activities Fund
Aid Road Fund
Institution Improvement Fund
Highway Supervision Fund
Hail Insurance Fund
School Land Principal Fund
School Land Interest Fund
School Land Lease Fund
Emergency Bridge Fund
Mothers Pension Fund
Soldiers Relief Fund
Road Fund. First Commissioner's District
Fund, Second Commissioner s District
Fund. Third Commissioner's District
Drag Fund. First Commissioner's District
Drag Fund. Second Commissioner's District.
Drag Fund. Third CommisFioner's District..
o i o o
. 6 . 4 5 j
34,35 1 .7 3 1
S.70i.5 1 ;
Free High School Fund
District School Fund I
District School Bond Fund j
Teachers' School Fund !
Plattsmouth Precinct Fund ,
Louisville Precinct Fund ;
r ! r: vf : - i ( :n a .
v i ha '! w: h him.
Mi - V;.!'i.ar t O'.
Mart .re Woiperr.
idy l'"arn. who is ;
a '. a -
.en ry .
g i n g
Parents End Brother Guests
! BARGAIN PRICE DANCE!
During the past werk Mr and Mrs.
.1 Ilau were iHeiiserl witli a visit i
the parents of Mr. Ran also ?- j H
d 1 v his brother Mr. Gee
City of PlatTsmouth Fund
City of Weeping Water Fund
Village of Louisville Fund
Village of Greenwood Fund
Village of South Bend Fund
Village of Elmwood Fund
Village of Eagle Fund
Village of Union Fund
Village of Avoca Fund
Village of Murdock Fund
. Village of Alvo Fund
j Village of Nehawka Fund
County Sate Highway Fund
Interest on County Deposits Fund
Individual Redemption Fund
j Fines and Licenses Fund
1 Inheritance Collections Fund
Permanent Road Fund
Plattsmouth Refunding Bond Fund
I: . ...mi u-.wwl VlnMrip 1 .in-lit U.itwI I.'.inH
v , 1 1 v 11 " v.'vi . j aiv 'v infill 1 i.l'UU a uiiu..
6,597.4 5 i
20 1.04 I
3 S.79 :
24 5.59 :
2.7 3 9.7 Oj
169.1 18.55 1
1.507. 22 j
,$ 35. 519. 47, f 1.141.12
j 10.18; 395
I 9.862.201 572.76
j 20 .63 1.61
) 10.914.3SI 721.80
j 7.364.761 463.33
I 9.S59.13! f.69.52
! 1.479.43' 78.35
j 7.376.S71 164.62
I 10.29' .77
282.77 i 95. 9S
500.00 44,224 04 39,838.85
I 2.990.00 153.F.1
j 548.00 570.06
1.200.001 3.802. 63! 4.3S4.93
32.00! 7.5C6.59I 5,028.63
I 868.20! 8.038. S
i 3.214.76 10.900.21
i 3.365.161 12.127.22
13,048.08 13.3 40.S5I 14.C95.54
6.592.50 191.983.99 42.040.24
163.79 9.923.15 30.765.02
! 7.864.54 193.49
.07 i I
S. 467. 14
The Bargain day dance given by Advertising Fund
e American Leg-ion at Eagles hall Taxes Paid Under Protest Fund .
62. SS :
.a:T::'j:i v 1
on t :H w av
M : - kt-nhat'i
: i v. b. n
: n.ir. u-
1 of a. they made a pleasant
; ail !h':i went to Omaha where
Kim consulted an oculist for
i::ii)g -f glassfs a? iht eyes nrr
dine her of late.
is Now Sick
With the convalescence of Mrs.
E. Mockenhaupi her daughter.
is- S ir was taken sick and it ha
: Wednesday night, in line with everj--;
thinsr else that dav. will be at re-
: duced price. Dancers. 75c; Specta-(
: tors. 25c ; Ladies, free. Prices in-;
elude war tax and you will have a
royal good time. Stores close at 9;
Dancing starts at 9. Come!
i Fee Account Fund
( ) Overdrawn : ( 5 ) Refunded.
23 6.2 4 I
8 60.5 6
!$224.244.57 i? 75.967.1 8 ? 4 9 4.623.23 ! $ 20.720.31i? 4 8.592.7 1 ! J 506.4 1 8.75 ! S 2 3 9.1 03.4
bed for t
sick and it
he past few
I r ni
akii. rome verj attractive prices on J- I.
irmi: machinerj-. Grain prices cannot 50 so
v :-i2.L von v-iH find our goods in line. We are
opecidty of furnisn
f farming machinery.
Cai! and see
THE irIPLEWEHT MAN,
JAMES H. DONNELLY
RECEIVES NEW HONOR
j Former Plattsmouth Resident Nam-
ed Vice-President of The Oma
! ha State Bank
I uiislicc for
nrain oi-c sine, a ail
J for corn in the other,
or Loth sides can be uscci for corn, at your pleasure.
Not for this barn, but a good crib arid granery, with drive
way between. The above $582.31 will pay for all the
material which is necessary, including the paint for the
conduction of a combined Crib and Granery, 26x28 feet.
This includes hardware and everything, cement, sand
and all. Come in and see the plans and specifications,
and wc will ta'k it over with you.
Frost, Curyea & Murtey,
W. H. FROST, Manager
j The many old time friends of
Ji-tnf s 11. Donnelly, former tate bank
i examiner and at present with the
I Omaha State bank, will be pleased
: to harn that Mr. Ponnelly has re
! reived new reeojrnition of his abil
!i;y at the hands of his associates in
j th:1 Omaha institution,
j The Omaha hank recently suffer
ed tin- loss of one of its leading men.
jl;.:i (iains, one of the best known
'men in the financial circles of the
lst;tf it 11 il to fill the vacancy in the
j official staff of the bank an election
I was held. The directors without hes
j ita t inn named Mr. Donnelly as the
! v i-e-preident of the bank, a posi
jticn of increased responsibility and
which the marked ability of Mr.
Donnelly makes him a most accepta
ble man to occupy.
Mr. Donnelly has been witli thr
Omaha State bank ;i little over seven
nn-nths and lias been in the ashler's
department of the bank where his
'nc experience and careful methods
has won him marked recognition
and the Omaha institution ts to he
congratulated on having placed him
in the more advanced position of
County Road Warrants
District Road Warrants
Koa'd' Drag Warrants
Summary of All Collections and Disbursements.
Total Outstanding Warrants $1,064.03
No Outstanding Registered Warrants.
For our pleasure Hargain
Wednesday I'.ig American
la-Eion dance at Eagles hall.
What to Do When Bilious
Eat 110 meats and lightly of other
foorl. Take three of Chamberlain's
Tablets to cleanse out your stomach
and tone up your liver. Do this and
within a day or two you should be
SAYS CATTLE RATE
Iialance cath on hand January
Collections for year 1S67 .
January State Apportionment
State Hail Insurance
Taxes paid under protest
2:;. 689. 91
16 9. OS
Total State Disbursements
Total County Disbursements
Total School Disbursements
School Itond Disbursements
Permanent Road Disbursements
City and Village Disbursements
County State Highway
Interest on I'lattsmouth Refunding Ronds
Interest on Greenwood Electric Light Bonds
Protest Refunded and Distributed
Salaries for Six Months ending June 30
L5ALLANCE. ending June 30, 1921
Washington. D. C, July 14. Kates
on livestock were held to be unrea-i
sonable from an economic standpoint
and a recommendation was made to
the interstate commerce comruision
that the carriers made substantial
reductions for the benefit of business
in general in a report made today by
The cae. which was brought by
livestock shippers in the western
states and in which various state
coniniisions are involved, will be
heard tomorrow by the commision.
CYCLONE WEATHER AT I
WEEPING WATER TUESDAY
E. H. Schulhol.
Books! Books': Books! We have
them till you can't lest, at the Jour
Tucndaj- afternoon about 5 o'clock
a storm blew up quickly from the
southeast. In town it proved to be
u high wind, carrying a lot of dust
with it. which was very disagreeable
for a few minutes. No rain to speak
of fell here, but out south of town
the rain wet things down so that
the threshing gangs were unable to
Out in the country results were
not so favorable. Trees were uproot
ed at Frank Massie's place, and at
Verutr FlesLuian's. an uprooted tree
fell on the bouse, causing damages
The large cattle shed at the Frank
Itonnc farm blew down. Fortunately
the fat cattle that had been in the
thadc of the barn had moved out to
the pasture as the clouds darkened
the nun, or the loss might have been
At Henry Thiele's the end of the
roof was torn off his hay barn, and
the piece carried off into a corn field
some distance away.
The corn in places is badly dam
aged, a great deal of it being broken,
instead of simply being blown down.
John Murdock had a shock of oats
containing a dozen bundles struck by
lightning and burned. Mr. Murdock
is thankful it wusu't a full stack.
Weeping Water Republican.
TO GIVE "BARGAIN" DANCE
The American Legion dance Wed
nesday night is to be strictly a Bar
gain day affair, when dancers will
be given advantage of reduced prices
of admission over even the Saturday
night "dances, according to announ
cement found elsewhere in today's
Journal. Music by Holly is be
ing featured and dancing will 6tart
promptly at 9 the tame time the
We appreciate your co-operation
in helping us to publish all the live
news of the community. Call No. 6,
HERE'S A REC0RY YIELD
OF CASS COUNTY WHEAT
Wm. Schick. Sr., has the best
wheat crop of anyone that we hae
heard anything about yet this season.
He Uas a piece of wheat that went
4 7 bushels to the acre. We are of
the opinion that this is mighty good
wheat as more will go between 2 0
and 30 and from reports some wheat
will go as low as 15. Mr. Schick i
a mighty good farmer and we have
always noticed that he has raided
good crops. We have also noticed
that he puts a good deal in the way
of fertilizer back on his laud and tht
lie rotates his crops too. Elmwood
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