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THURSDAY. JULY 28, UVZl.
rLATTSMOUTK SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THAT SATISFIED SMILE
It's Broadest at Harvest Time
Poets rhyme about the "smiling country in the month of
May." But we'd rather see that same country at harvest
time, when the smiles are on the faces of the farmers af
ter their well-earned crops have come in.
It's he same in every business at "harvest" the time
when a man gathers in the returns on his hard work.
Our patrons, using to the full our many facilities and per-, j
sonal service, reap better returns on their investments ot
time, work and money.
DEPOSITS PROTECTED BY STATE
The Bank of Cass County
T. H. POLLOCK, G. M. McCLEftKIH, R. F. PATTERSON,
President Vice President Cashier
OLD RESIDENT HAS
George V. Shrader Well Known Over
the County Breaks Collar Bone
and Shoulder Blade
T., ::..:ii.v l'ri :iis of (nor-c W.
S :.t,U:. .! .if r!.- and well
i:i.Aii :-.-!;-- or ('a-- coun'y will
r.-rc! V- : v 111 s ; ; 1 tii lea "il of the
t--n.;i ..r.-:.!,-n' .-ustained by Mr.
Shrad-r .u S ! !i.l;y hi-t. Si:.e- his
iii :i; illri'-s Mr. Saiader has been
iii inin his !ih hi sun. II. Ii.
Shrader and !. lnily t:-ai Murr:i and
h;i- ;' late itf!) f i -1 : : i ii so much
ii-.1'. tt-r !'.;.' has I n up atl.i around
.i ..: tin- :!.,. a Sunday he
. ji !:.! i'U" mi riiH p.nvh t!' the
i; a:.l ''!! troia tile porch in the
11:1 I a r-hi'i t distance. 1 1 ric'ui ini;
the nil hi r h in-' a n i I :if s:i i m Ide !" b !.!!
Mr. S.T.id'i' ha- been partiallv p;tr-.iI..-i!
-.irt!'-- time arid at liine-
t'li-- has cih-h;! him a Lp'eat deal
i-:' !:"'-. -lilt ::; i-nins aio.n.d i ml
i.iiiure :' th- proper i'.-a- of his af
!c. '! a one ot' T au-e- of
hi- -u-r.iininu the prions fall.
'!"!. .t .1 v a !i i' i a.u if 'lit- patient
and hi-, alr'-ady feeble condi'i'in has
..iu-.-i! i i i r;i hie uffrina to liitu
and hi- family and c'10-.e fru nd- itave
en sreai'v worried uver his cn:i
Tl.a' '! Ii..1.'- improve i tile
i 'e " i - i; of t:;.- !.o-T of friend - over
ihe r.nn'v ,,s Mr. S'iradef i "tie of
tile lat of the old residents of this
portion of Cass county and has for
main years been one of the leaders
in the life f the eommunity.
CANADA KINDLY TO SOLDIERS
(:tava. Out.. July L'f.. If Cana
dian snliiier-fai iners w ere to pool
'heir holdings they would have one
ulant farm of ."".. ft . acres, dor ted
with -rain fields, tattle, ho-vs. paten
ts of truit rrets. silos and many .-tardy
hoa.-er, and farm building. I'op
;:!:i!in ot this one liiir figurative
farm, according to a report on the
work of the soldier sett lenient hoard
would he more than l.. nt)i. estimat
ing an average family of five to eacii
The actual number of ex-service
men who have bet.n placed on land
through government aid is -14o.
Short courses have been held in idle
months and all phases of mixed farm
in. sr. scientific dairying and purebred
cattle raising v-iven intensive study,
according To the report. Kxperts have
bef-n sent into many districts to pro
vide continuous supervision.
As a re.-ul? of the aid. financial
and educational, a very hijih precent-a-u-
of the nun are becoming suc
cessful farmers, the report says.
When baby suffers with croup, ap
ply and give Dr. Thomas Kciectric
Oil at once. Safe for children. A
little tuts a long way. :'.i.e and ;'(.
at all drug stores.
Lose anything? Find anything?
Thj- a Journal want-ad.
SMew Auto Sales and
formerly shop foreman with T. H. Pollock
Auto Co., Proprietor
Dealer in Dort Cars!
Accessories and Repairing for All Cars
All Work Promptly Executed!
Your Patronage Solicited
Corner 6th and Pearl St., Plattsmouth, Heb.
JAPAN WILL BE
IN FULL ACCORD
UNOFFICIAL ASSURANCE CAUSES
DISARMAMENT MOVE TO
TAKE ON NEW LIFE
BUSY HOW WITH THE DETAILS
Date of Meeting: Becomes an Import
ant Matter U. S. Would Like
to Have It in November.
W.-i.. -hi 11 nt on. .lulv i'i. With fail
Japanese participation in the disarm-j
anient conference regarded as finally ,
iissiirci!. American oTicials in
Fall and Winter
W li.ivc received r. "made lo yiiiir imli
vnlii.il measure" line of samples from
Hart Scha finer & Marx
Contained in this assortment is truly every pat
tern desired liy any nun.
If you arc ijrgiriuiuK to look around for Kail
clothes; want something different, and are hard
lohl,wc ask that you look thru this line.
rj 1 hi I m cJhiaiclt-
!. American othcials in char-H
ot" the conference plans arc lie.mn
nin.i; ;o i;ive earnest considra' ion t.i
t';e date of meetini; as the next step
in the diplomatic preliminaries. Such II
exchanges as liave taken place rt- I
uardintr tile meeting date are under-i
t.mil to have lieen informal, pending'
a detinite statement of Japan's con-1
sent to enter fully into tile discus-j
.-ion--. From now on. however, the.
siihjti : will he fiiveti ineater prom
inence with the I'nited States leanin--. '
strongly toward late fall as the most,
advantageous tine. j
Othcial word of .Lilian's willingness'
to discus far eastern niiestions had
not reached til'1 slate department to-::ij;-;tt.
hut ol!icials showed much I
ura 1 if ica t ion t vt r tlu news dispatch-;
i ; saying such a decision had l"eii '
iiacl'.ed liy the Japanese cahii.et.
Want Preliminaries Cleared ;
I: has heen the desire here to dear
away these preliminaries iaickly.'
iiioith confidence lias been appar-
i :;t t!:at Tokio would interpose no
Once Japan definitely has prepared'
to come into tlie conference here
wit lion t self-impi sed restrictions ar.d ,
i . servations. it is the iielitf here that ,
t'.ie particijiatinir powers can reach;
;'ti aiiref inent w ithout diiliculty r- j
L.ardint the program of tlie se.-sinns
'I'lte date of taettiiiR. however, is a j
onidei at in of some importance,
which will have to t e decided before!
formal invitations u i iit. American
oflicials have emphasized that theyj
i!eire o t;i't tile ib legates toi.'ether
as Minn iis jiract icable. iho they have
t:i intention of at teniptinu' to die-,
tate wiiat day .-hall je selected. T ii -" J
have simi;er-Ied alinitiie dav. Nov-'
ember 11. j
Whether that tim- will ! acc.p:a-
li'.o generally to tlu- ot'ner powers is I
unknown here, but news reports from ,
abroad have indicated (ireat Kritainj
in particular mipht favor d'.layin:.'
(:! meetini; until .siirinir. Mudi ilat:
must lie pn pared by e;:c!i nation for
u-.,. difint; the consultations here.
Lit-'' T.ft inn.! lie ii iy.'i! :i ml
n: any pl'ysica! arran.irements made in)
addition to reaching" an a ma einen t !
on the proirratn. j
Has Decided to Accept j
Tokio. July 1' Tin- Japanese
aliinet has de-ided to accept partici-j
pation in t'ne projuised conference on;
for -astern prolib'TMs. the press was
informed t.uhty. It is understood the
Japanese answer will be forwarded to
V.i:!iini;iii!i in tlie near future.
official circles toniuht were dis
posed to fore.-ast detinite action by
the Tapaneso cabinet in acceptance
of !:-cide!i I l.i rdi ny 's situ'uest ion for
a fir ens. cm cmi fei'-ncc. Apparently
the talks between A m m Iiassa 'b r Shi
ddiara and Secretary of Slate Hughes
in Washington liavt iiic far toward
iarifviim the situation. According to
Japan's understand in u of the Ameri
can viewpoint, as given out here.
America's "idea is to make the basis
of the conference a broad discussion
of policies and principles, alt ho each
participant would have t!u right to
introduce specific subjects if they
wire germane to 1 1 - principle under
di.-cussion and if the powers gener
ally in tlie. pact were affected. The
idea is said in prevail that niiestions
a II ect ing two powers should be left,
wp.'-eever possjid,., to the powers
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DEATH OF FORMER
GASS COUNTY LADY
lilts. George Craig. For Many Years
a Resident of Murray Dies at
Heme Near Sioux City
Kioto WeilnosiJiiy's tml.
J'iH' dra:h l' .Mrs. (It-nrKi' ('r;ti,
t'uriiMT wcl! known rt-sidrn; oi iiv;ir
Muria.i ih ciii'ciI on Friday eviiiin. at
!i r homo at Sioux t'ity, Iowa. Til
d i i-a.-i'd lady was in her childhood
r.'ki-n by Mr. ar.d Mrs. Karncst Kich
icr and by thcin raised t wonian
tiood and niadf lu-r lioinc in their
!( u.-tliold until her ma r ri.i.uc a nuni-li-r
of years ai;o io Mr. fraiir. The
Iamily some fifteen years alio dc
j:. ii ted for Iowa and have since made
their home there. For the past twelve
years Mrs. Cr.iii; lias been suffering
from the effects ot" a paralytic stroke
Hiid this has gradually grown worse
until death came t relieve her oi
her .suffering At the time of deatli
the deceased was fifty years of ae
and leaves to mourn her loss the hus
band as well as the foster father
Karne.-i Uichter of .Afurray. Mr.
Kicliter. Frank Marasek and wife
and Wesley Hill and wife all of near
M array were in Sioux City Sunday
to attend the funeral services of their
b.-loved friend and lonj; time asoc
ia t e.
HOLD VERY INTER
Carr. Chapter of the Order of Pc Mo
lay Met Last Evening and Con
fcrre'l Work of First Decree
I' I "in U o'liici .lHy'.s I tally.
I .a si i'iiins lb'- iiiiii lii'is of ('ass
'banter. Order of )c Molay held a
very irten-si jiii; session at their hall
hi the Allies building and which was
Miiite lar'ly at'ciideil by the meiii
The princijial work of the evening
was tlie conferring of the initatory
decree on one of thi candidates and
which was conducted very impres
sively by the ofheers of the or.gan
i.a t ion.
The chapter will have permanent'
luarters in ihe Arries building ami
are expect inn shortly to complete I he
arranciiiK of the front rooms that
uill lie used as club rooms while the
larue hall in the rear portion of the
! I uildini; will be made into the meet
ing place of the order.
The tiiein lursh i p which is just
tlitiK under way in the new order
is showing a keen interest in th'
work that is sra tif yinu to the spons
ors of tlie organization ami this order
for th youth f the ri'iiiiiiiiiiil y will
in the ii"t few months t.,e able to
-i'i'iu'i' a larize iucifasc in its liiem-bt-rsiit-.
I tcl.in bleediuy. pru'rudiu? or
blind piles have yielded to Doaii's
Ointment. t;oc at all drui; stores.
SUED FOR ACCIDENT
PAVING WORK PRO
Contractor Bert Coleman Will Pour
First Concrete on Hill Job
K; e.i V dri'-sttiiV'.s I 'ally
If the weather conditions contin
ue favorable the first actual paving
in the inwly created pavi-nj; district
will be started tomorrow iiimnins at
I nth and Main street w hen the first
concrete will be poured and the ac
tual work launched that will close
only when tiie entire district is com
plete. The high school job is taken as
the first in order to have it all com
plete and the street in jsood shape
by the time school starts in the fall.
This will fill a Ions felt want as
hih school hill has always been the
source of a sreat deal of labor to
the city in attempting to keep it
in first class shape owins to the
washing of the dirt after each rain
storm, and the new paving will make
this a thing of the past and prove a
gnat boon to the residents in that
portion of the city.
As soon as the high school hill
job is completed Mr. Coleman will
turn his efforts to the other sections
of the district and wind up the work
as fast as possible.
SUFFERS PAINFUL ACCIDENT
A very painful accident is reported
from the vicinity of Murray where
Klnier. five-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrn. A. J. Wilson a few days ago
sustained a severe fracture of the
left arm. It seems that the little boy
had been climbing in an apple tree
at the farm home a ft w miles south
east of Murray and losing his hold
in the tree fell to the ground, quite
a distance and h id the arm fractured.
Medical assistance was sustained
and the little lad made as coinfort
ahle as possible under the circuni
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BOYLF5 KUStNESS COI.l ECU.
Fistula-Fay When Cured
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DEL C K. T A Kit V
A mild frfm of IrHtmtnl that curr r1t.
Ftvtula and other Rectal I 'lsoa.e In !"'r
time, without a never- Mirsiral opiration. N
Chloroform. Klhpr or oth.r C'tierM nn'""1"""
A rure ruaxant-ed in Mrr es v-eptnrl for treatment, ami no mon. v
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1.000 prominent people rTe nrrn r"msr,-m j .
Kit V. SiintUoriom, rrtem Trn.l Bl.lr. . " llrfs). OMAHA. nKB,
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Tlie IoTjzrjt and best equipped dental offices m UmatiA.
Experts in cliarpc of all wotk. Lady attendant. Mod
erate Prices. Porcelain fillings just like loolli. Instru
ments carefully sterilized after using.
THIRD FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK, OMAHA
Randolph Johnson of Lincoln Files
Suit Against Dr. John Deering
As Result of Accident
An action litis been filed in Ihe
co'inty court here as the result of an
iiiti .mobile accident that ocenred on
.Inly ltth at Lincoln and in which
plain!!!!. Randolph .Johnson, the
ib iendant. Dr. Deerin and a man
n. mied I5yrne were involved.
The Detition ot" the nl;iititilT states
that on the d:ite above mentioned the)
pl.iU.iilt was drivins his Dort :-ar
liortili on :;:ird street in Iincoln at
tin same time that the man namrd
ISytne was driving west on O strett
and the defendant, driving cast on
the same street. It is alleged that t he
ib fenilant. Deetin was coming; at a
hiuh rate -f sped and struck the
car of Myrne throwintr it. across the
intersection and striking the car )f
Johnson with the result that the carl
of Mr. Johnson's was badly damaged. I
I lie planum asks that judgement
in the sum of $rt0'l be ;;ivcn against
the defendant. The defendant, has
not as yet filed his answer to the
allegations of the plaintiff.
lor regular aciion C the bowels;
easy, natural movements, relief of
con-t ipat ion. try Dunn's Kegulels.
:: at all stores.
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
(It'iirsi1 W. Klioijep who was called
to W'auUeet'iy. Kansas, a few days
aco by Ihe illnes of his brother. W.
A. Rhoden. writes back to the rela
lives here lhat the condilion of Mr.
It hod' n is very serious aud that
hopes of his recovery have been prac
tically abandoned and I lie end is not
fur oil for the brother. A. Ilhodeu
lias beeu tick for some time suffer
ing from uremic poisouiug aud has
gradually grown weaker uutil the
hopes for recovery of the patieut
has become very slight.
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