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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1921)
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VOL. no. xzzvni.
FLATTSIvIOUTH, NE3HASKA, ECNLAY. SEPTEMBER 0, 1921.
I n rxda v s I n 1 1 v.
Mm. Core Schantz. Sr.. whip has
en fetlir-f rather poorly, of laic,
s ..:.t';i to Omaha yesterday af
noom where .-he was operate! (in
15. Davis at llif Iiiimaum 1
FORMER CASS COUN
TY YOUNG FOLKS WEBi -
RECEIVES DEATH MESSAGE
If O r f CTa tPSM !,v ';)r- ';- I'avts at t lit- Inimauiu
C Lai J liivSllttli v ror.i hen:.:i. am! was e.ee.'.iMpai'ie-
OVER ONE HUNDRED CASS CO.
IEPAG0G3 ATTEND FIRST
SESSION AT H. S.
From Thursday s Daii.,
i . . a l
i ust it nt o for
1 this innrn-
r !i t V V.--- nTn.r)i.
do 1.1 h school building HI
ty v.it"! a very pleasing at-
e ft" the fir.-: day. there he-'
r :' reg istere.i at the time
ii: g f ' : l : i-i :u!i ti s-s.-dor.. i
A-ph.i Petersen, cnni'iiv su-!
inst i- !
io the hospital ly tho husband and
.; r. T. P. Livings: :;n. wlm remained
i::iiil afier the opt rat io?;. The pa'itnt
is v ( i very nbeiy : nd t he
many itiecus will be pleastd to learn
tha. .-l.t is ;:im so well and trmt
th't tier Ci i.dii ii ii i;;ay continue to
FUNERAL OF WM.
V Tir.ti ".(' :i . ",-. -liirr- of tlio
tt.i c ai:l li;:s : :':;! r . t; a very
esriri; procTsini thai rc-vers all
(. 1" the ;' !.)! work iliat :if of
I'liss Adcle Osa litzpatrick and Mr.
Charles P.. Shop are Joined in
Wedlock at Imperial
Frrnn Thurson v s 1m!)v
Thr follo its!' taken from tho Hp- i
jUilic;;n of Imperial. Nflr:iska. ;
L.ives a:i ::(ToinU of th marriage of
-Mis; AilfV Osa Fitzj:i trick, former-1
Iv of near Murray and lr. Ciiarle ; '
U. Si-opp who was a former I'liitts-'
j :;(:.! li Ik v. !
'' iock ai the houie of Mr. ami Mrt .
tC. K. Fir:):itrick st uthea. t of t'ivii j
'oi-ourre:l :: vcrv Tirettv hor.ie v. eddiiiL-;
r se.cnd d::ti-'.l:ter. Ade'.e ;
nr. it f-d in irnrriase t Mr. !
" rharley K. Shoj.p. lie v. (J. V. raul
irom Friday';" Iatlv
is iu(rr.iu? A. 15. II. i. -'s receiv
icssae irui.i a sito-r 1:1 i.o- .-n-
cde.s. California. ai.noiincin'-; the
la'-t that his mother, who has heen
th( re for iso:i!0 lime had jvassed away.!
The masa.v' di-l not ?ivc ar.y of thej
jiart ieulars and slated tlat t!
would he hrouRlit t Line;,!
old home of the f;m:U- lor
The many friends o.' Mr. ll
this toniii.'.iiiity will greatly
to learn of his niisfon u ;ie.
! KNIGHTS OF GOLUM- !
BOS HOLD ELEGTiOM
K i id .i v
. (). F... lei eiVed
Fr Ju-in Padilla Cc ancil
Oiuceii and E:.'o -3 J7
of the Nehras
INTO HANDS OF LAW
REPORT OF W.CJ.
hut i.tl. i p-roIn Kriravs
' Las: e'(::!:
! ' L i local co mi il
I luiuLit.- rij ; i
! it iif-iast ie v '
i rnd one t :;at
! -.ended Ly the
' ia te in t he
South Cmaiia last . wiling of jame- IIan Givicg' Name of J". E. Welsh is
Dunn, site inner euard, and who, Taken in Custody Ev Sheriff
at tiie Mate fn vent ion ! DnintM T.oct TB-oht
' i 11 i i, ! i i s i i
ol the in;).-!
. for srni"
in. re in .lur.e. Mr. Dunn
1 er of Aerie No. l."4
aiia, and wtil known io
was n:t m- i
' Sou', h Oin- i
a nilinber of.
I lie i
: jll. i
t li e ciiv and rural teach-;
PanVs Church Weil Filled With!
Cor.gTCgT.tion cf Old Frierds i v
To Pav Lst Tribute
;ei; f.f the
at ( "clock v: til K:ir.
i'.r vi;h the e:ir -IMiirr of
;:.-: hers ;.tuI ren: (".en t a t i ves
li se". iotis of tl:e com: try v. er"
! io have their names added to
' . S t 1 ;
v. t i e
Lean c c'.ical
I 'if IiiT' era !
iv at ten
"iiursda y'.i I"atly.
irday af'ernoon the funtral'
ts .f i!ie late William Wotil-!
held at the St.
church in '..his ci
f Tie that was very
hv the old friends arid
of the M. '. church officiating.
The hride was horn in Chihonie.
i., a'ul vvhih.' (j'.ue small removed to
jCa county, this state with tier jar
;ents where vhe resided until five
i years a'-', ) whe t sue came to t'hase
i county, her ;ar. nts having: incved
j tie nride is :i
Count v Conversion lleU
vll'le Last Week rr.:d Oiicfrs
Elected For Ccn:l::- Year
r. 15 Til l- 4 . . ' M
t ........ - V. . . . -
! ley ve:v !: t -i
At Louis- ' i I' K wit n their
1 . .in oi..ci r.-.
: in :
y and ,
r.Ted from t'ne
schcol in the clast;;
talented and tic
lady. She eradu
of 1 91 C and sinco
i The County Ccr.v-i-t n of
Wi.mati's Ch.i istian Ti nnieraiice
ion at Louisville wa? t very in:e
inp, aiid in.strueti ve on- fn m ita
finish. The program v.:s c.rrie.
with on". v a few cimi.jes. 'i:i:h
ui gave a very jinc r ..
.'ne n them and ph.n-
c i 1 w (
nr.-. ivii :,t; ii i ; J.
:;rar.(! knlitii: ;
i or : J : ar.K
liani A. Swatch. fin.-r'-:al sec
J. V. "Vehcr. t : er: : er : J. J.
ter. adv-c;ite; T. c. Kahautek
!.ti of o
i i: f c
to f-Ttj.'V t he even-
lat i.-mo-ith Jrot.her. !
h tea l y ' iu eon:.- j
vs: .loan .. Clctdt. I
i ae men: )-
Dixies. Tile dale of the fune
no' vet lieeu announced.
1 aerie of the
ij to ai'i..'
liit t-rs. for
:! council is
u n i y a r. d a
?p irc-ni .Man-
t BLACKSMITHS WIN
The Hammer Wielders Take Coach
Suildcrs Down the Line Last
Evening ir Fast Game
t are ; I
A. L-. S:n
ion the nri'i-
v as :a oi M. .A.
"The Spirit of the Pchoo'c-
ll s a ver
uc;i! i uu.i
- '. :y
n the hi
A i ice
ind ti ii.o t
of t he rejrt:!;: r v.i.tI;
Z n the r-eriod from
.-arious p-rohlems f
Utken up and h:m
er ; of t he slate. C.
d the run. 1 school.
: r:-:i-:o. !is
ft : d one 1 o
TI it er, grades
ir..-.; p.K'tor v. ere
th- ir u.'i'L 1
an..:y.-is of t!,,-
1 t lie 1c:r!,c
as-'s;"ia tes of this estiinah'.e
mail, who j-a'hered to pay
trihutes :c his memory.
Tl... TJav II l."..-i-l, j.it-.r- r.f 1 In,
church, w;-.- in charge of the service;
i ne nriue v. ore
net dress with
i A .
a neiiimiui wane ,-.,.-
over lace and wore a . ..
and in )iis !:rtei remarks paid a fitt
in?: tribute t.) tiie nieinory of Mr.
Woh'.f.irth and orored words of con-i
vo'-.ti Mi n tire sorrowing children
and relatives and friends of this
K-'C.-d man. The churrh ch.oir pave a '
nuniher of ihe ld familiar senses;
ilitrir.z- the service s.r:d at the con
at. the church .
ben ut if ul vvh
hen ut v. She carried
Ioiist veil oi rare
a shower hornet of rose--.
The uToou: is the onlv sid:
.Mrs. Charle.-. it. Siiop.) of tlu.;
cr.J i;-. a very ia'lusiriaiis ; nu ic
.li: (un man. Ht was h. rn
rrised near Plattsmouih. Xe'or.
e cars atro he laevetl to lmpi.r
v.hefe he has heen ensxaae.l in
- r v
!'o--s the com:::,'r year,
h n elected the f..ii -v. i
!:ie county o.iicer.-: l'r
I!. Iiannin. I
, Mr:;. John (;:
m'Tc's't, Mrs. U: ive
tre-isu! t r. lir.. Irei:
All are c:-v. ;uT e
v.arki rs is ml w;:l pa
viiror th.e cm, in'-;' y
iiisr ladies f--r
a ; vi' e-pre.-i-,
1 da ttsmo'.i : ii
, riuoii. A voca ;
!cK:-;i. K:;:;!. .
. r. d eihcieii'
. h.e wtirk wi:
Cv nt :
Foil v. in ir the
sioii -:f the ov.-t-r
joyed a real ('lei
melon fta-t with
; h. e
out ; r
tuard: A. G.
th and 1". A. Horn
ui:ive h-uf in.ess ses
r the members en-
I a rye array of
?ir.i;in;r melons peine: provided
th Wurjfa htr tilers from their
e .u.-.oTi or t a- service
the h-.:l was tenderly
iv.-1 l.'sh'tl'.at of the
tif win- h the r;m;ry i-. r'V'-ni;
he held at I'nion.
Aftir the cor vet. 'l
closed L.'eiisviKe f "::
yrratn with a nvnil-r o
-ue and a fine r..-l 're
home to Oak i
it wa? laid to I
wife who had
l , -
.ti 1 he
d. d him in utath a nunther of
ai-e. Tiie pail hearers were
S-ie-s, Henry Sanders, ("has.
rd;. fans Tail-. William Deck-
i , t -t
v. i . e
: f: erno..Ti :--ssi.-n was alonsr
i-e lines as that of the morn-
'h the in.:'' motors piviuc inu
,r- 'l' ! !iose
-o.;i i.u: of
! and Mr
to at'env! the
tiie city were
. I'au'sch. hot
and brothers-in-law of
irr. of : ( linol prob-
"r. I ! .
a" ior. .'
au-5 re.--i t
t a it -moo:
M. i hi ton on
-. l:r. itayaio-
nmm the time to
ere t iiofe f
CI, .(1 !ra;. . ;
v. v"e.-to-r. ! Ecsideiit Prcrierty 0vr.ers
.i. M. M.- K-eni Tjusv jn Seeincr to Safetv
. cf riu"s before Whiter.
it- lirid.i. itn.1 t:room were -.mat-.
t tilde 1 at the ceremony which was
j ir.iplo and A try iu.pre-sive with only ;
th - immediate relatives of the cc;i
irai'inu parties juesent. i
Af:r ll'e .-eremony a lunch.eon was'
served. ;;nd immeil iat ely afterwtn;!
the youiisr couid- deja-ried by way ; f
at.'.i- for Do!:, or and or her places in
ihe we.-t to enjoy tt .hort iionty
moen. Mr. and M'-s. Shopp will resile in
the future in ihe north pHrt of Im
perial, w here the arooni has pr; pared
a beautiful new biuiKalow for tl e
;i : -
ii ii red ;
fans, when we d:. i '
enf ore-. m-i-: of laws, i:
( i"t i';r-v to see or I
demeanors j u at ere ca
iy in o;i r midst.
It. is the po-ar C-i-rrood
citizen;-- that per
iirfii' transarcr.-.icn o."
m-t en- h'ti'dred per r
i .I' ' ii- pr i
v ; a i :. iy
t i-Mi-i-; us to
re nil or a :: y
I, r nit-.d-
I in til-
a ; a ie- - w'.ien
l..rt the i:ih
: it :1 i n ''- :-
larm v(-n:i of t !u
knisrhts. f;ir made it an (ipportunity
of a-.-ttina their fill of the supply of
the lu. iotts melons.
Til a members of th' council al-o
enjoyed t-ie c;,P'rt unity of
wi;t, th- in on this ocean :n
iir:n:m iiaukop. v.;ii n
i.atinrr as secretary to Di-nop - .
('Iieil1v at Lin-'-oin a?.l who come
lure :i fill the rectorship in St. ! smiths
J:-an .-, j-; nh durtis; lee sickntss of. The coach
F. tiirr M. A. Saine. and will serve
- th is'ant to the eminent rec
tcr of St. John'-.
from Friday's I"al!y.
The hlackfraith shop and the coach
shop employes of the Burlinptcn met
last evening t-t the hti'vhall park to
settle ihe matter of supremacy on the
diamond and a:s a result the hlack
Finiths were the winners by the score
cf to 2 when the smoke of battle
Anton lluia was selected to do the
tossintr for the blacksmiths while
Tommy Gradoville. veteran of many
a hard-fought battle did the back
stopping for the team. Hula did very
pood pitching and was able to whiff
a number of the strong batters of
tiie opposing team including Mason
and O'Donniil who are anions: the
best flickers on the Eagles' team.
havir.sr For the coach shop Wiiliam I'at
Fath.er ! rick O'Donneil was picked as the
From .''riilay Imliv
Last evening Sheriff C. D. (Juinton
v. a . nt.tihed that a check drawn on
tiie Farmer--' and Merchants bank of
Ashland for the sum cf $12 anel
sici:(l Iv ;: man aii:ir: tiie name
cf .1. li. 'Welsh had been cashed at
the 15ur!in!on station and was
ton ml to be worthless.
The check was made by the man
representing himself as J. E. Welsh
and given to George Squires, opera
tor at the station, the man repre
sent in tr that he was a telegraph op
erator and Mr. Satires in a fraternal
spirit gave him the money trusting
that the check was good but later
found out that it was int. On being
ratified of the rati tier Sheriff Quint on
startel a search for the nun and vis
iting the Missouri Pacific depot about
11:"0 discovered a man answering
th edescription of the man wanted,
and on his being identified he was
placed under arre-d. At the time of
his arrst he was engaged in tele
graphing to Omaha for transporta
tion over the M. P. to the south part
of the state where he had been ex
pecting to work and had asked for
the transportation under Ihe name
The man was brought in to the
ci'y and placed in the county jail to
await further action on his case.
lu en oftic-; pitcher and threw a very good game
:; on -,
e n t
w ii i : "a i -American.
member vpo of
manhood f the community affili
.u d v. !tii the i'tti holic faith and its
-T-mhersfip is on.-tartly growing in
ci v ai'd surrounding oiuiitrv.
hi? support was marked by sev
errors that helped the black-
in their victory.
hop and the boiler-
mtiker and machinists are perparing
o mix up next week on thelocal lot
and a hard-fought battle may be
looked forward to. as both teams are
well matched and the players will
do their best during the game.
FORD GARS GIVEN
ANOTHER PRICE CUT
All Maker of Universal Car Have
Been Lowered in Price Is No
tice Received Here
m PLUNGES OVER
CARE FOR CHIMNEYS RECEiVE appointments as i BMMyR nr RnmPr!
TAINED IN FINE SHAP
PHVSiKAS AND TIMEKEEPER :
Guests of Chamber cf Commerce Lasti roof was blown off a building. Elm-
Frrnn Prldny'p Ually.
1 ins morning I. il. J'oiiock. local
.yuiu A Wisxr.it. I agent of tiie J-ord Motor Co., received
j notice of another cut in price of all
Oa Tuesday afternoon a local rain the dif.erent models of Ford motor
and rain storm visited this section of cars -which will be effective at once,
the c.untry and for a few minutes kj The price cuts cover $100 on sedams
rained very hard The wind blowing and coiii.es, $00 on touring cars and
fiercely. Out at the Marion McCrory ! f 4 - on runabouts. This will place
and Linder farms it assumed some- j the cars at prices w here they will be
thing of a young twister and a corn -:n the retich of almost anyone who
crib on tiie place of the former was
t wl ., t llw, I., I.'o lit. I
l.iu'i u u v.f 11 a nil i l iiir in it-. i
.v-r 'he s
u :'t moo;
' 5 is-
i a c :: f-rence of the
-: ;.t w i: it i: the ques' i-f : ;
.:-;. to t ! rural school
1 inl'orr.'u.iy by the su-
;: t he :e-- ..
i' :- -s:n retid r-d a s:
.-.' !-. - n ued 1 y her in
'.ant.itorv content at I'e-
.1 v. i.i'--'" .-be ha-', 'vn ,
r the i'lattsmonth high
i n t
:t : '
cc 11 mi i! g m
ir.i er : u : :
com'Tig of the first day cf
t r rir.a- w ith it ihe warn
Tl.e near approach f ihe win
on ami it will not be long
the furnaces and heating
i?i th.e hordes will be put into
on and the dangers of de-
brought to light.
than two-thirds of the fires
residences t:urmg Hie
of the St
; h- app( :
li ' w, r 1
lartmcnt of pu)iic welfare
it- of XebrasKH lias made
uncut of Dr. Raymond P.
.is .van: ininir ph.vsician and
Kelly as official timekeeper
iiovjt.p; matches that a'e to
her- iiv the Hugh. Kerns
rem Sericvts Accident
-jrs at Eridg;e ITear the A. i
S. Will Farm Last Kite
Evening For Auto Ride- And
At Farmele Theatre
po t .f the Amr:?
I securing d' the iu
close call from
most serious a
hridro near the
ci this citv, w
idences tiuring the j t ..... 1 ,.P
1 are occasion by '-- 1 i cn.-.,
and the-" could he!(Il!j,e
I M'u and
t : m
and - !.: h
:c' t not 1 : lv
ii! ! nd that
t incr"ft ing
:. 1 1 . v ii nnes
it n :: grit til
Id we'.! or. the
e!imu;ied by a little foresight ami 1
care on the part of the property!
1 v. !!ct during the summer month 1 f-"ni-in:'
a. check of their chimnevs
;n! :":!::: that they were put ill
;. fh;-1- s-ifpe so ::s to do away
v i-ti :"..y f the darcer of fires.
3 'ire Chi. f Dr. O. Saudi a is mak
ir.g ?, jpecl.l appeal to 'the re.-idents
of t'.m city to look fiver iheir chim-t.ey--
; t th:- time and save them
. -..! r. the city a great deal
r.f c-ietise ard bp-;, through fires in
the fall a "I winter.
Diixhury was in
looking after the
ssarv nermits for
mutch here on Sep-:ovor
t..- rti tin. r.e 1 in-
post here that wiili,ov-
em to hold boxing matches ,lt P'--
.. tt--. t,o- ;the mo'oiost
Arr:in rings are progressing nicely
f-t the (ott.ing nout.s here and a good
j.roaratn of events i.- scheduled. Tiie
t l.ovv v ill be held in t he Airdome ju- t
oft' of Main street en South Fifth tin
lef.s the v. 'father should prove wholly
er, hoi! a very
or at least a
lit at the small
Will farm north
th" car plunged
ihe hridue into
I Frern Friday's I'uMy.
j T'ne teachers ci" Cas
(their county superim
' Alpha P e t e r s o n . w e 1 e
guests of the
LEAVES FOE. CALLF0EKIA
- of the Chamber
iind . From Friday s Iaii?
This morning Earl F. Irelan, who
up to some two months ago was em
ployed as linotype operato. at the
desires to own a car and certainly
will be pleasing news to those who
are contemplating getting one of
these rew and up-to-date make of
;n v.ot'.i a
drive over the
the ferry. On
I Journal, departed for Nebraska City
J from where in company with his wife
I he will leave in a few davp for Long
prohibitive, in which case it will be
to transfer them to pome
The pro-meets of rain
il conditions a
I indoor id ace
A PLEASAITT EVENT
are slim however
season and with
.trie crowd should be on hand
witness the Legion's first show
der tiie new state boxing law.
wi t h t he si
they went i
ing and t v
man who was
with him suffe
jury to ore
i was hurled
is :'.;ite dfngero'm am!
s were unncd'iaiuted
nation Cere and as a
th y : truck th" bridae
gilt 011 through the rail
r inf the cr.r-k, th.e
comnittedv over. 1 oe
reaching !1 e ft n: a hot-t was m wait- Beach. (California. II r. Irelan last
ing an 1 al! cro-sed the river singing . xvinter contracted a very severe case
and oth-rw-iv show ing their apprec-, ,. the crippe and flu and from which I
lation ol the kindness ot the cium e has never fully recovered and as
T '. . . . . x 1 . . . . ..... (inl.nl-iin-tnpl.-.
i:-t 1.' .. t'... 1 v. ...v 1. ..........
From Friday's Daily.
Yesterday Dr. H. C Leoj)o!d oper
ated on Miss Stella Dehning of ne-ar
Louisville. Hart. Id Misinger cf near
Cedar Cree-k, and Norman White for
the removal of tonsils and adnoidsi
and in each of the ease-s they proved
, ing tiie car
w ife. who
a verv revere
was a i.-it to tiie Masonic Heme.
This is a beautiful building on a par
ticularly commanding dte. It is mot
c: nitoria'oly furnished and every part
of the whole environment breathes
of v"!!o!e-omer.e.s and kindly cheer.
! refreshments were served
of her lower limbs, a
being severed when she
through the windshield
the fall. The parlies
-: FO?, CAliFOENIA
1 I h e I
":'-1; rsia v s I 's" ly
I Fcarbrough is wearing a more
us:7,il id'.asant smile totb'y as
esult oT an event that (ccurred
r. T T-TTTnT'-n 11
JLt. IlliU iJ..i.x.
tn . of the car in
;w-re aide to txtr.ea-.e iueui.-en-
' frcm the wreck of th.e ear and cnm.b
iirg the banrister of the bridge imd
(started out to try. an:! ioci.te a farm
' house as the lady war- suf'ering
1 ' gi-rr.tlv
'..f old re-
w;.? h- rirst tr:;
t'ton has mad- of
ie years. lie ;:."
ires. Montaim. ard
aei ts cf th
asiti c trip
) that Mr.
t'.fternoi n at his home m
part of the city, and this
the arrival of a fine little
The mother and little
Kc-nr., Nov.. Aug. t'.l.-
L. Fitzgerald of Eureka, New.
(ban of (the supreme consistorv
from htr injury a
great ileil of blood.
;ur:ately f. r them. Mr. ;
mar Soennichs n were
one are cotp?
ft; t her is sure
very nicely and
a proud man over
oldition to the family circle.
Cl : unit-
' '.ing from Omaha at the time and they.
l. 1. V . .-ttt.-.tn - .t et' i 0 Oil
the thirty-third detrree. S.-oltish Ilite . 11 1 '.' ' 111 V ' , '
Mamnry. for the southern juris.lic- ; :'. t!:e f'u-' "V7V lbe 1;ld"" ,
iiijiiiiej- uit'M fu i'.- i'.. it. . .---- .
'I'.nti in sr at llif hon'e .f his srn. owi. (
WILL ATTEND T0URNA1IENT
; n. and thence to San Francisco '
; i s Angeles and while in the
-am id city will visit, with Mr.;
'. Mr.-, p-ar.ley Kttiuis end family.
:. Enhns fmmerly being Miss
.lie White of this city and a neice
iMr. 15.: bbingtcn'-. On his return
will travel via Albunu-rque, New
Mtxbo and Denver. The irip will
(.ciupy some time and Mr. I'.ahbing
t n is looking for to a very fine
Vrr.t Th'ir --lay's Dal. v.
Thi"? uioming Frank Sejlak and
Fred Fhlik departed for Ynbor. South
Dakota, where they will attend a
tournament to be held 1 y th.e K. S.
in of the United States
.s ortn ( aronna
He wah horn
t h "us
D. Ktrii 1 :u:
to tiie 'e:;c!iers at the home.
Latfi- the teachers were guests of
the Chamber of Commerce at the
Farmed'- theatre where "Peck's Bad
p. y" with Jackie Coogan was pre
sented. Altogether,, the Chamber of Ccm
i:ircn c c i: or. t ra ted the fact t h at
they know what to do and how to
do. to make visitors who may come
to town hitpp;.'.
County Superintendent, Alpha C.
Petersen, appreciated to tho extreme
the fine attitude of the club toward
h.e teachers of the county and the
teacher., are loud in their praises
of the c'uh. It was an evening long
to be renumbered by the teachers of
a result his phwsicians recommended
that iic seek :l warmer cliniatp for
the whPer and one that would be' Four red coming 3 year old lieif-
more suitable for his condition. He ers, weighing around 800 lbs.
and Mrs. Irelan have disposed of ' ALBERT YOUNG.
their property here to Misses Eliza-j
, beth and Emma Hirz. and will go; ceCond hand farm li?htine plant
;o Long Beach where thev will make . , T t tr Tn,i.
'their home for the present with the . vatted- Inire of , T' H' PoIlock
mother of Mr. Irelan. Auto Co., Plattsmonth.
WILL ASSIST IN WORK
socety a 'id which will include repre-, f-rct Bryan campaign in
ser.tatives from Nebrarhte and South: ,vas pant crand maVer of th
Dakcta. The two voting men . will
represent 'he local K. S- society at
the tournament and are anticipating j
a fine time at the gatherins. which
serveu m me conieuera.ie army inru From Frldavs rnoy
the civil war and rt its conclusion j Mrs. Henry Hes:-e entertained very
becanm professor of Latin and Greek ! r.lpo -anti v hist evening in honor of
.at Pacific Methodist college, then at! the seventeenth birthday arniversary
i VaeaviPe. Cal. lie was chief justice j r 1,r pjyter, Miss Clara Johnson,
of Nevada in 1S94 and was the state clie vas as;i.-tpd in entertaining by
leader of tue silver iiarty 111 the Aire Tinrrv trnhnev and Mrs. Fran-
189r, .Ilexes welch.
par t grand ma-ter of the Mason-1 Tilp cninr scheme of the home was
ic lodge of Nevada. A son and a 'in vellnw nnri th.e eentprniece of the Catholic church.
J at tier smne
daughter survive him.
VISITS AT OLD HOME
'twill occupy all of the next week.
Fr""i Thursday's Dally.
This morning P. II. Mcisingcr and
v i e deprtea for Pekin. Illinois, their
old home, where they will enjoy an
filling and vi ut amid the once fa
miliar scenes. It has been eleven
veer.-- since tiie last vi. .t of I.Ir. and
Mrs. Meisinger back in Illinois, and
they are anticipating a very pleasant
time in renewing their old friendship'-.
Mrs. Mei-ine-er has a number
of relatives living in and near Pekin,
although the family of Mr. Meising
er have all removed to Nebraski.
CAP.D OF THANKS
EN E0TJTE TO NE3. CITY
We take this means of expressing
our heartfelt appreciation of the
kindne-.s and sympathy shown to us
in the sickness and death of our be
loved son and brother. Walter S
batka. We also desire to thank the
friends ard neighbors for their bei.u
t if ul feral remembrances. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Sebatka, Sr., and Family.!
Prom Vridny'F Daily.
Yesterday afternoon Rev. Herman
IP'ukap arrived in the city from
Lincoln to take up the work of as
sistant to Father M. A. Shine at the
S'. John's Catholic church in this
city. Father Haukap has been for
some time engrged as secretary to
Bishop C. J. O'Reilly at Lincoln, the
head of th.e Lincoln diocese of the
The recent illness
has made it neces
return to the hos-
dair.'.v and de- pital for treatment and during his
luncheon was absence the work will be looked af-
From Friday's Daily
Andy Schmader. the Louisville
boxer, w'as in town this forenoon en
! route to Nebraska City where be will
put the finishing touches on his j
; training for the bout with Clifford j
; Labor day. Andy islooking fine and 1
sbv.-s up well as a result of his in- j
1 tensive training of the past ten days, t
' and will enter the ring in as good!
dininc tnble was a htisre birthday o
cake with its seventeen gilded can- re ry for him to
dies. Here a very
served. 1 ttr " Father Haukap.
The evening was largely devoted J
to social games and music and prizes. CAED OF THANKS
in the guessing contests were award-j
ed to Miss Edith Farley and ii.Iissi To the kind neighl-ors and old
Blanche Braun. ' friends who were so tender in their
In honor ot" the occasion the guest sympathy and assistarhe to us in
of honor was presented with a rum- pUr hour cf grief at the death of our
ber of very handsome gifts. loved one. we desire t oexpress, our
Those in attendance were Helen most heartfelt gratitude. Also to the
and Edith Farley.
of all kinds. The JonxnaL
Duroc Jersey yearling boar, $25
John Deere su.ky plow. $15. Also 3 second round of their fight a few
Yes von can ret: head of work horses. Phone 2912. ! weeks ago. Mamies has betrun bis
i ti. in t- ... .1 t " i: n., i TT.T,-
tho Nebraska Citv bout he will keen ! V 5"ins- 1 rvuA i.uHer . umu,i . n-
r,VM ,vn trTtincr fnr M fit Vt-o ! Old, OllVe BOngee
the night of September 14th with!Pnce B,ra"n' y'arJ. 1M1ayfild'
Soldier Jim Marples. the l.ov who i 0Pt S?fck' ?Te ' elc,h' Haz ? '
floored Tonv Melchcir twice in lhe ; Speck. Howard Ile.e and Ciara John-
various ledges and organizations
who gave beautiful floral tributes we
desire to express our thanks. Her
man Wohlfarth and family; Otto
Wohlfa'-th; Freda AVohifarth; Chris
Wohlfarth and .family.
a23-Cd, 2w : training for the bout in Chicago.
in the card line, call at 1
Peace Army Mobilizes
September will witness the mobilization
of America's great army of peace the youth
of our nation returning to take up their stud
ies in academy, college and school-house.
America may well be proud of her edu
cational system. The American boy cr girl
who takes the fullest advantage of an Amer
ican education is well fitted for leadership and
Our best wishes to the boys and girls of
Plattsmouih and vicinity for a happy and suc
cessful school year.
Tiie First national Bank
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