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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1921)
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1921.
will be sold in Plattsmouth on Bar
gain Wednesday, Sept. 21st
FLATTS1COUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
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The folio wing committee of
disinterested , citizens have ex
amined the offerings in this ad
vertisement and find every item
just as advertised and each one
an exceptional bargain.
JOHN P. SATTLER,
J. W. HOLMES,
A. H. DUXBURY.
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NO STRINGS TIED TO THIS OFFER!
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Apply to Any Grocery Store IVHose Ad Appears in this Wednesday Bargain Sale!
Angel Food Cake Pans
Peter's 12 Guage Shells
BESTOR & SWATEK
Choice Roast Beef, Per lb.
300 lbs. Rib Boil, Per lb.
HATT & SON
Caron's Knitting Yarn Worsted 2 oz. .Skeins
1 All colors, at per Skein
EIurLIT'rLE HATCHET BRAND FLOUR $ I QE
rlUUl Old Wheat 48-lb. Sack I 00
H. Cw3. 80ENS38CHSE5S
Misses' Fine Lisle Rib Hose Regular 50c Value
Boys' Heavy Ribbed School Stocking Regular
50c Value Wednesday
The Ladies Toggery
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
BOYS' LATEST STYLE FALL CAPS -ALL NEW
Men's DARNPROOF Hose 6 pair in box, guar
anteed till March, 1922
C. E. Wescott's Sons
FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS JUMBO SIZE
WOODARD'S REAL BUTTER SCOTCH
YELLOW MIXING BOWLS EIGHT INCH
Best quality, Deep, Round Shape
School Handkerchiefs, plain white, oft finish
cambric Size lOVzxlOVz inches
Two ffcir c
-Popular Variety Store
Roy W. Knorr, Prop. Telephone 581
Misses' snd Children's School Shoes
in Brown and Black leathers Button or lace Sizes 6 to 2
From our Regular Stock
Fetzer Shoe Company
Boys' "Big 3" Overalls!
220 DENIM BUILT LIKE DAD'S
See our Regular Ad for other Bargains and Come
to Plattsmouth and Save Money
JUST TWO PRICES FOR
$5 and $7.5Q
This Includes Hats Worth to $12
BEST GRADE LEATHER
Gorder's Old Stand
WE WILL PAY TWO CENTS ABOVE THE
MARKET PRICE FOR THIS DAY ONLY
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Rear Ghrist & Ghrist Furniture Store
HEADS OF FAMILIES !
CAN MAKE WINE
Ruling Promulgated Some Time Ago
Allows Making of Beverages
for Home Consumption.
homo use, provided a permit is obtained.
Hartford, Conn.. Sept. 15.
morn than 5, 000 letters received re
cently peeking information as to per
mits lor the making of home-made
wines, or "non-intoxicating fruit
juices," were those of at least a doz
en clergymen, the internal revenue
bureau here announced today. The
office force has been swamped with
correspondence ince announcement
was made that head, of families may
make 200 gallons of wine yearly for
Washington, Sept. 15. Internal
revenue bureau officials frankly ac
knowledged today that heads of
families may, upon filing of notifi
cation with local revenue collectors
manufacture 200 gallons of wine
yearly for home use.
Treasury regulations making ef
fective fcuch a provision of the law
were issued by Internal Revenue
Commissioner Roper, with tho ap
proval of Secretary McAdoo in Oc
Manufacture of wine at home is
possible, olTicials point out, provided
the manufacture is by the head of a
family and the wine produced be not
eoH or otherwise removed from, the
place of manufacture.
Eb.r.k Books at tie Journal Office
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IRISH MEET GALLED
OFF BY BRITAIN
Premier Lloyd George in Reply to
De Valera Says Note Makes
London, Sept. 15. Priin.,Minister
Lloyd George tonight cWhftjlled the
arrangements for a conference of
Sinn Fein delegates with hjmself and
members of ills cabinet at Inverness
on September 20.
The prime minister said he must
now consult with his colleagues on
Sae course of action the new situa
Mr. Lloyd George told the Sinn
Fein leaders he would communicate
the result of such consultation as
soon as possible, but that he must
make it clear the British govern
ment could not reconsider its posi
tion as stated by him.
Makes Conference Impossible
Mr. Lloyd George's reply, which
was telegraphed tonight says:
"I informed your emissaries who
came to me Tuesday that retera
tion of your claim to negotiate with
his majesty's government as the re
presentative of an independent and
sovereign state would make a .COHi
terence between us lmpossiDie.
"They brought me a letter from
you in which you specificially reaf
firm that claim, stating that your
nati'on 'has formally declared its in
dependence and recognizes itself as
a sovereign state. aad it is only,
you added, 'as representatives of
that state, and as its -chosen guard
ians, thatrehjkslany autnorlty or
power to ?ct-on talf of our people.
"I askeat-JTTfeni' to warn you of the
very serious effect of such a para
graph and offered to regard the let
ter as not delivered to me in order
that you might have time to recon
sider it. Despite this intimation you
have now published the letter in its
original form. I must accordingly
cancel the arrangements for the con
fprpneo next week at Inverness and
must consult my colleagues on the
course of action this new situation
"I will communicate this to you
as soon as possible, but a few days'
delay is inevitable. Meanwhile I
must make it absolutely clear that
his majesty's government cannot re
consider Its position, which -1 have
stated to you. " , .-
"If we accepted a conference with
your delegates on the formal state
ment, you have reaffirmed it would
constitute an official recognition by
his majesty's government of the sev
erance of Ireland from the empire
and of its existence as an independ
STECHER FILES APPLICATION
FOR A WRESTLER'S LICENSE
Joe Stecher, former heavyweight
wrestling champion, made applica
tion to the Nebraska state boxing
commission Thursday morning for
a wrestler's ftcense. The Dodge
grapler's application will be granted
as soon as his list of matches is in
scribed on the formal application.
Stecher forgot to include hi3 pho
tographs and recorded - about two
matches, one "with Earl Caddock,
Jan. 3, 1920, and another with Chas.
Cutler In 1915. He gave as his nor
mal weight 210 pounds and ring
weight 205 pounds. His manager is
Antone Stecher, a brother.
Brother Toney also sent in for a
wrestling and managing license. The
application of two young wrestlers
from Dodge Frank and Stanley
Duresh accompanied the letter.
NEW FURNITURE AND RUGS
Just arrived, everything for the
household. Come i
hue us U
chance to save you monev .
new goods with a new price
GIIUIST & CHRIST,
Phone "5 Plattsmouth. .
We appreciate your co-operation
in Jielpiu2 us to tmhlisii oil i.-
news of the community. Call No G
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