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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1921.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
TZbc plattsmouth lournal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at rostoffice. Plattsmoutb. Neb- as second-class mall matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PBICB $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
The ties that bind are golf links
Most foola are also self-made men.
One who butts in is usually the
business enterprise isn't
bad tctors are not on the
Greeks get Turkey's Angora,
Prohibition is the mother of
Don't try to write a best seller;
A fool and her money
war dance is a Tur-
A manicurist lives
by the hands
The country has been dried and
The public takes contempt of law
as a chaser with its liquor. -
There are nearly one-fourth as
many womn farmers as men farm
If all speeders go there, the road
to hell won't remain paved very
Here's the saddest news of the
day. Charley Chaplin is turning
Lower wages and lower profits
are much better .than no wages and
Don't run your legs off after a
woman. You'll need them to kick
Many Bluffs are called; but few
ing suit evil.
eradicate the bath-
Half a loaf is better than being
out of a job.
A miss can be a hit but a hit
never a miss.
By a remarkable coincidence, just
as the Greeks started to advance the
Turks started to retire.
Here's hoping that it won't prove
so difficult to disarm the nations as
it is to unhootch them.
It seems that President Hardi is
is always either going on a vacation
or coming back from one.
Give Nicky Lenine all the Amer
ican grub he wants and he won't
care who attends the disarmament
The peanut crop is reported to
have fallen off 50 per cent, so it's
plain the report does not refer to
West Point cadets are to be re
quired to read two newspapers, one
of which is the New York Herald.
Score another point for the horrors
If Overseer Voliva desires any
proof for his statement that bald
headed men are smarter then other
men, he has only to point to the
great number of baldheaded men
who consume hair restorer year in
and year out.
After being in the courts for
many years, the estate of the late
Kugene Field has been settled, the
report of the appraiser showing
that it amounted to $10,311. This,
probably represented what he made
out of poetry.
Listen girls: The man who says
he never kissed a girl before will
also lie about other things.
That gulf hurricane was decided
ly ahead of time. It arrived two
weeks ahead of the equinox.
A New "Porker is planning an air
plane flig.1t to the North Pole. He
leaves a wife and five children.
It will surprise many movie pat
rons to learn how much of Fatty
Arbuckle' fat was in his head.
Washington denies that the Yap
disputes ar settled. The controversy
is still In progress of negotiation, it
says. Still Yapping, that is.
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"It don't take a man long to
bag his. pants at the knees,
and to make a finely tailored
suit look thoroughly disrepu
table that's the man of it,"
avers Dainty Dorthy.
But she goes on to explain
that the man who is making
use of our cleaning, steaming
and pressing services is keep
ing his clothes in much more
presentable condition than
when he Rot acquainted with
us. And It doesn't cost much,
Abe Martin says that if the aver
age man was as patient with his
wife as he 3 with a fish there would
not be so many cow-faced women on
the streets nowadays.
Fattie Arbuckle is unfortunately
talented. In, spite of his girth and
temperament, he manages to get in
to tight places, from which he some
times fails to squeeze out.
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"The rumor that I will retire next
year is a mistake," says Uncle Joe
Cannon. Those probably are not his
exact words that's Just the sense
of it without the emphasis.
It is said that Mary, Queen of
England, pays only $1,500 per year
for clothes. If photographs can be
relied upon, Mary's being outrage
ously cheated by her dressmakers.
It's too bad that wages and liv
ing costs. can't be granted a decree
of absolute divorce. It is becoming
apparent to all their friends that
they'll never be entirely happy to
A school for mother-in-law is pro
posed by a Chicago preacher It
wouldn't be well patronized. "When
some others succeed in getting rid
of .their daughters they have noth
ing more to learn.
These who importune Mr. Ford
to take over that rundown railroad
in Arkansas seem to have forgotten
that Mr. Ford's bank statement re
cently published showed a balance
of only 54 million dollars.
Peaches can hardly be given away
in Texas and can hardly be bought
in Plattsmouth for $3.50 per bush
el. And yet, by the time you walk
to Texas, che peaches are likely to
! be gone!
It's a hard life
Goods Called for and Delivered
XM. 101 let: 1 nr rif
J0UCNAL Of rice
Parents rejoice at the opening of
school, which enables their dear
children to resume the invaluable
processes of education and also takes
the little dears out of the house for
several trying hours of the day.
One economist wants to know
what the automibile industry will
do when th "point of saturation"
Is reached in this market. Probably
prices will be lowered that a new
point of saturation will be estab
The bathing suit censor who com-j
mltted suicide probably felt that he
had seen all that was worth seeing.
Kinfolks make the mistake of try
Ing to measure each other by what
they said when they were children
Hand-painted gowns will be in
vogue during the autumn. They are
said to equal the .largest complex
The small boys of Plattsmouth
believe that the greatest Red men
ace in this country is the red school
If vou ret twenty miles to the
gallon It's no cause to brag. We
know a fellow who got thirty days
on only a quart.
If all men are born free and equal,
why is it that some of them have
no trouDia wnatever in unaing
hootch, while others rarely see It?
Bolshevism is a great political dis
covery, barring tne raci mat 11
starves people .to death in summer
and freezes them stiff in the winter
The poet who called these days
"melancholy," and the "saddest of
the year," was evidently thinking
about the September income tax in
The charges that Chinese are pro
fiteerinir in wives at one dollar
apiece can scarcely be credited by
any man who has beheld the Chin
ese species of wife.
Mme. Lenine has left Russia, dis
patches say. Perhaps there came a
time when there was only enough
on the table for one, and of course
she couldn't expect a share of that.
A report says that 90 per cent of
the movie actors are out of jobs. It
is just about that number that
ought to bo out of a job for the
good of the public and the movie
Perhaps the reason farmers do
not have hay fever Is that they get
their ragweed and goldenrod pollen
fresh from the flower, as it were;
whereas the city people who have
hay fever must put up with the can
When you come home from a va
cation and find the plumbing out of
fix, the ants on a rampage, the
grass In need of cutting, and the
flower beds grown up in weeds, it
makes you wonder whether It is
really worth while.
One of Uncle Sam's marines has
broken the world's record for target
shooting at the Camp Perry tourna
ment, hitting 117 bull's eyes in suc
cession. It wouldn't take a standing
army of more than a thousand men
of thaat cart to insure peace Inso
far as this country is concerned.
Of course, President Harding has a
kind heart and wants to do what is
right, but we are dubious about his
descretlon in trying to get some
tning for those Philadelphia par
ents of nineteen children. The fath
er of the nineteen is said to be get
ting $20 per week as a janitor in
the Wanamaker store, and Mr. Wan
amaker points out that he is paying
the regulation price for such work.
It is a terrible small wage, of course,
but we believe it would establish a
bad precedent to raise a man's
wages merely because he has be
come the father of nineteen child
ren. We should not encourage that
sort of thing! It makes too many
SEPTEMBER 17 IS
MAN BEATEN BY
TRAMPS IS DEAD
Stranger Found in Box Car at Payne,
Iowa, Succumbs to the Effects
of His Injuries.
From Saturday's Ialiy. .
The stranger who was found in a
box car at Payne, Iowa, on the morn
ing' of September 5th In a terribly
Injured condition as the result of a
beating by tramps, has finally suc
cumbed to the effects of his injuries,
dying at the St. Catherine's hospital
In Omaha on Thursday.
The man has not been fully iden
tified although he has been called
Harry Smith by the woman with
whom he was found In the box car
during the moments of her conscious
ness. Inquiry has been received from
Miami, Oklahoma, from W. E. Smith,
asking for a description of the in
jured man, as he thought that pos
sibly the victim of the assault might
be his brother who had disappeared
some time ago.
Unless relatives claim the body by
today it will be buried at Omaha it
was stated at the hospital
RETURNS FROM TRIP
TO BALKAN STATES
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Vou ve Struck it Riefe
Lloyd D. Holsapple, D. D., Rector of
St. Barnabas Church of Omaha
is Eome from Serbia.
After a four months' trip in Serbia
and England, the Rev. Lloyd Hol
sapple, rector of the St. Barnabas
Episcopal church of Omaha and one
of the best known clergymen of the
state, has returned to his work in
the metropolis. Father Holsapple in
an interview expresses himself as well
satisfied with the conditions in Eu
rope along reconstruction lines.
Father Holsapple left Omaha last
May on the invitation of Bishop
Nicolai of Serbia and spent several
months investigating the conditions
in that country. During his absence
abroad the work of the St. Barnabas
parish was looked after by Father
Leete of this city.
"The death of King Peter disrupt
ed public affairs, and with after ef
fects of war, the country has many
problems to solve. The Serbians are
rallying very well." said Rector Hol
sapple. "Macedonia, a part of Serbia,
i.s a productive agricultural district,
and food is plentiful. Generally
speaking, the country is doing very
Your taste will tell you that! For Camels
have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow
mild. And there's NO CIGARETTY AFTER
TASTE. We put the utmost quality into this one brand.
Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money
and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a .
That's why Camels are THE QUALITY
School days mean school supplies.
The Journal has a large line of pen
cils, tablets, pens and all necessaries
for the students. All prices. Call
and look them over.
Notice I.s hereby j?ivon that by virtue
of the judgment and order of the
t'ounty Court f Cass county. Nebras
ka, to me directed, I will on the L'7ta
lay of September. 1921, at 10 o'clock
ni., on Main street, south of the
ourt house In I'lattsmouth. Nebraska.
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, the followinn describ
ed Koods and chattels, to-wit:
lt cooky cans and cookies,
16 empty cooky cans,
1 cash register,
2 show cases.
3 chicken crates.
1 cooky can crate,
100 feet of lumber.
the same havinjc been taken oti an
Order of Attachment In an action in
said court, entitled Kdward C. Hippie
vs. Morris Soslinik, and sold to satisfy
the judgment of said court against
Said sale will remain open one hour.
Date: September 14th. 1921.
Kit AN K DKTLKF,
R. J. REYNOLDS Tob.cr. C
Wiwtoa-ilca. M. C,
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From Thursday's Dally.
Franft Whoolcr, was one of the
Louisville flpht fans to come in for
the American Legion bout last even
ing. Paul Roberts of Cedar Creek was
a visitor in the city for a few hours
today looking after some matters of
Frank Meade, of near Union, was
in the city last evening for a few
hours, enjoying the boxing exhibi
tion staged by the American Legion.
Dr. Albert Fricke, of Los Angeles,
California, who has been here to en
joy the golden wedding anniversary
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Fricke, departed this morning for
his home in the coast city.
Editor Iee J. Mayfield of the Louis
ville Courier, and his old friend, Au
gust Pautsch, motored down from
their homes yesterday to look after
some matters of business in this city
and also to attend the boxing match.
The Journal office desires to pur
chase a quantity of clean rags. Bring
them to the office.
MAKES APPLICATION FOR j
lTOtn Thursday's Dally. ,
Yesterday afternoon Joseph Mul
dinitti of Greenwood was a callerUt
the office of James M. Kobertsi,
clerk of the district court and ma
application for his citizenship
pers. The applicant foreswore all
allegiance to any foreign ruler aid
particularly to Victor Emanuel in,
King of Italy. He has resided in th
United States since 190S.
If it's in the card line, call at
the Journal office.
This is a day which should stand
on par with Independence Day in
the hearts of our people, for whatjth,ot
good is a declaration of independ
ence without the means of safe
guarding that independence which
was declared in the council hall and
won on thij battlefield.
The Constitution of the United
States was signed on Sept. 17th,
therefore let us recognize the day
by the display of flags in our com
munity and any other way (possible.
OIIDFIt OK HRAIUXO
on petition fop tMi ii uncut of
Ail in I ill at ml or.
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Gtorpe
On reading and filins: the petition
of AVIIliam C. Grebe, praying that ad
ministration or tald estate may no
Kranted to Fred Drucker as adminis
trator: Ordered, That September 21, A. I).
1921, at 9 o'clock a. m.. Is aFSiKned for
hearlnsr said petition, when all per
sons interested in said matter may ap
pear at a County Court to be held in!
and for said county, and show cause (
why the prayer of petitioner should !
not be Kranted; and that notice of
the pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof be Riven to all per-j
sons interested in -said mater by pub
lishing a copy of this order In the
I'lattsmouth Journal, a senii-weekiy
newspaper printed in said county f or j
successive weeks prior 10 saiu
dav of hearing.
Dated this 25th day of AuBiist, A.
ALLEN J. r.EESON.
(Seal) ' County Judge.
CHAS. E. MAKTIN.
miDKit !' iii:iu; AMI
AOTICK OF IMtOIIATK OF AVI I.I.
In the County Court of Cass coun-
tv, Nebraska. i
State of Nebruska, County of Cass,
T,,l,r AiV, Cunt 1 7tK o m rkva
of equal significance. Rally around: To all persons interested in the
the constitution Which alone has tate of James V . Taylor. ue ease .
made the Declaration of Indenpend- I , .-VJ- JiMt the instrumenT
ence a living fact. Eva Burton j in this court on the 9th day of
Regent Fontonelle chapter, September. 1021. and purporting to be
r"of thP American Revolu-1 tlle ,a;t wi" antl testament of the
.rs oi me American ivevoiu (, ,Iect.asf,3 Inay ,,e proved and al-
Blank Books at the Journal Office.
on the Installment Plan!
We are not in the habit of kick
ing a man when he Is down. Fatty
Arbuckle it appears from all reports
may be guilty, but we will, await
further developments before fully
expressing oursclf in regard to such phone or Call on-
fellows who lay awake at night -
studying as to how to get the best' AVklDCTl 01111 7
of some pure, viruous gtrl. MUERAY -:- NEBRASKA
owed, and recorded, as the last win
and testament of James W. Taylor,
deceased: that said instrument be ad
mitted to probate, and the administra
tion of said estate be granted to
George Everett as executor:
It is hereby ordered that you, and
all persons Interested in said matter,
mav, and do, appear at the County
Court to be held in and for said coun
tv. on the 10th dav of October, A. 1.
1921 at 10 o'clo.-k a. m., to show cause.
If anv there be, why tin; prayer of
the petitioner should not bo Kranted.
anH that not lie of the pendency of
Three pure bred Duroc pigs for ahi petition and that tii lioari ng
. S ii i 1 thereof be given to all person. Inter
ested in said matter by putnisiiing a
copy of this order in the I'lattsmouth
Journal, a semi-weeklv newspaper
printed in said county, for three suc
cessive weeks prior to said day of
Witness mv, hand, and seal of said
court, this 9tli day of September, A.
ALLEN J KEEfc'ON.
(Seal) County Jude-
CHAS. L. GftAVEi.
tfi A fitar art A turn trilta nof re.
lated, with pedigrees. $10 down and
$10 a month. Older gilts on the
same plan. For particulars write,
E TO ATTEND
jW U l u u
11 VMm tfebr.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
Splendid exhibits in all classes of Stock, Poultry Agri
cultural, Domestic and Dairy Products. Don't fail to see
the Woman's Needlework and Educational Departments.
There will be a Public Action of Purebred Cattle and
Hogs of different breeds at 2 p. m., Friday, Sept. 30th.
Come and buy registered stock at your own price.
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