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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1921)
Nebraska Stat Hlttori-
VOL. NO. xsxvin.
FLATT SMOOTH, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1921.
WILL HAFFKE HAS'
A VERYCLOSE GALL
Truck Goes Into Eitch Just North of
This City Last Evening when
Steering Gear Went Bad.
ROAD WORK PROGRESSING
HUNT FOR RABBITS
I iVr,m Frldsv's Dally. I
P.ZT QTiUQ Mrs. C. L. Pittinan was at Omaha Ts.SQ iff IfM
Countv Highway Commissioner
. McKee reports that the v.-ork on the
various highways over the county is liltj UL, i O S l2.Lv yesterday for a few hours visiting)
progressing in good shape and it is j her son, Donald, who is there recov-J
tion by the time that the real cnld Slienff Quintcn, Frank Datlef and v. cs made to give him relief from J Meeting ILelu Last jLtrTut at the h.. 01
weather sets in and freezes up the William Grebe Have Day's Out- j the condition in which his hand hadi C. Hall Decide to Perfect an
'ground. This fall there was quite a- iv and Business Trip. heen Placed ty being burned by aj Organization Heie.
gouu cieai oi grauiug uone uu me - live nc x nc uiic.am.u, i.in x
: performed on the lert nana oi ine Prom Friday's Taiiv
laci, was maue in iae nopes oi giving i T f :,,. f.vv.i:r '-'Ipt of
HERE FOR SOCIAL
From Thursday's raily.
lj37JI Last evening a large delegation of
iiStjX: South Side Eagles heaocl by L. L.
! Moshlitr, stat? worthy vice president
I roads, rounding them up for winter Fril,a-.5 DaUi.
1 and tins lor a time maue me travel
Yesterday morning Sheriff Quiii-J
From Thursday's Da.is.
r.i ' "ft au-j.n unci uai& .. .1 : K,.. v.
William Haffke was returning home 'r.?,!' : tcn- Frck Detlef and William Grebe, t
from South Omaha, where he had I w'" loading sundry pieces of light artil-
for the 1" v.T'"".r : "TC" 'V !n the car of the sheriff, proceed-
been with a load of hogs
stock market and in running off of TvaV no-th of the city is beine e'' out to'the vicinity of Ce iar Creek
the small bridge north of the city J o SMf f? l ej' a hoiir3' rab"it knf-
on the Omaha hiphway. William sue-, tb traveler v
bruised and cut up as v.eil as mak
ing a most complete wreck cf his
The young man had reached the.
scene where the road is bains work
ed and where the small hridpe is be-J
ins repaired, just before starting: into;
the hills on this ide of the Platte.
RELIEF WHEN IT IS
iccnnrs iptuc nnv. w
!tf.LliCJ 10 UlL UilJ tVJar o
ir;;; aiw thoir trip vas quue s-.!C'
jcc'sful. both in the way of a pS
I ant hunt as well as doing a littb
pufessional business on the side. i
; The party dc-trair.iug went into,
action in the tracts of land alon
I'latte about half way between 1
Creek and Louisville and soon
j had several of the cotton tails on the!
run. it is state;! mat tne Drusn anc
! him the full use of the hand but so
far it has not been po.-i-rible to fully
determine just how successful this
will be. Donald is quite homesick but
hps been cheered by letters and cards
from his schoolmates which has-fid-ed
him in the lonely hours in the
CHARGE OF PABiSH
t- c ; lr tt. j ir. tv:- : i
bml his truck refused to respond to."wwe mkh xmu xj.uiy ui- s,,u trees in that locality suffered- T c Tpo. - .
apotntments m Way 01 Uet- a preat ueal from Constable Dctlei. -
tire- Dps'rYsd Heln iv.fco was the chief hunter and whoi L-mircr. JJeciacs- J'i, 10 lmcYS
i:o'.vl1 down the brush in pursuit ai
The local Lesion ro;t ha? in con- he elusive bunnies. The party all;
the driver was seated was torn off, ' nection with the policy cf the Amer- to1 secured a pleasing bag cf game members of the St. Luke's par-
the steering wheel and in a few sec
onds had crashed over the side of
the bridge and with the result that
the top or cab of the truck in which j
to Grad Island Parii.
the windshield broken and the steer- jcat; Lopion all over the country, i tI"at tnrv brought back as evidence ; cf the Epi?cotal church of this ' " "",J-
ave for the p.n.st two weeks i ."-''-
the city took the fir:-; rtep" toward
the organization i;f a court here cf
the Catholic Daughters of America,
a . new organization that is to give
the women of the church a greater
part in the work of their faith. The
ladies prepared a list f thore who
desired to become enrolled as charter
members and which will be sent to
the national 0;fkvs in cder thtt the
t'r.krter of the eor.rt may he secured.
Mrs. August Fach. Jr., war Fe'ected
55 the temporary chairman of the
crcanir.ation and Tin conduct the
v or!: of securing the membership in
the city until the organisation is
perfected and the officers elected.
The new socioty will Le open to
a-.y cf tho ladies who are of the
Catholic faith ar.d is -not an auxiliary
c-rtfanisaticn of the ICnights of Co-
I'.'ibu, a a great ni:ny bad sup-
auo wiie, were r.eve to atten.i i:c-.
catheriiis of the IMattsmo.Uh aerie Miss Vcrhs Bates and liTS. GtrOVgC
1 city have for the p:
to the game secured. v.,tn rnnrehensive that they miga:
ing wheel badly jimmed up. William been lending its best efforts to ;.e- ??:.ai:e
was thrown out and suflered some rrr? for h rpp.1v nnrl Hlin -;pr-1 In addition
few cuts on the head and face as vicp men what relief ws "os!;ble ' e sheriff and party ran onto what jpio the services of their solendid
the result of the experience. Dr. .from governmental or other sources once had evidently been a flourish- ( rc?tor. Father W. 3. Leete, as he had
J. S. Livingston was called to the ani their efforts have very frequent-' iuS home made distillery and found ;.iHen offered the rectorship of St.
scene of the acc ident and secured the y encountered the tangle? cf : e l!two copper boilers tht ha,d teen j Stephens's church at Grand Island, a
injured man. bringing him on into tj.po that have deprived nnnv -vel '-'cd in the making cf the I'r.aious ,,,,,c;, larger parishtand at a flatter
the city where his injuries were deserving men from receiving the ai l ' prohibition drink of moonshine, the . ::,.r increase in salary,
dressed and the vict.m made as com- ro justly' d;e them. j owner of the plant was not in evi- j -Father Leete, however, considered
fortable as possible. ' The scrminclv indiiTerence to the'1011' a!ld ix aprnrently had been.. he fact of the goal that h!s rervi?f
Ed Ma?on made the trip out to the' fate of fo many of t!ie men who solr- time since the boazcxy had been j -,u2;ht ta. the church and after a
Platte bottom and brought the truck served their country faithfully and -operating. The sheriff ar.d party; V5--u at Grand Is'and, WIi?-re he was
back into the city and Lt is now at -ei brings a feeling of despondency proceeded to do away with the still.-. , royally treated, nri-ied that he
his garage awaiting the necessary to those who have had an intimate ; an(1 returned ho-ne feeling that they -. cula remain here in Plattsmouth
repairs that will pen.-.lt it being touch with the 'task of trying to ce.ihad enjoyed a pleasurable as well asj ZrA continue his splendid work in
used once mere by Mr. HafVke in his cnre aid for thpir comvOfk and pnris i profitable days' work. - i tins parish. This derision will be
business of freighting between this to increase the general feeMrg that j ' t iled with the greatest of pleasure
city and Omaha. fter all the ones who made the ner- ! HrSf 0Tf.T' S "ot onl' h' the nicTnters. of the par-
While the accident was serious c.i ir. r.f crvi -oro the, L5 r.iJ I A l i .! ! hut oy the communiry in general
enough, it was very fortunate for ren "goats" of the war.
Mr. Haffke that it did not prove Several instances arc found bv the
more serious and re.-ult in his per- local port and its cervice department
PRESENTS FIXE FLAG
head. Attorney A. H. Duxbury in this
:m?.l-e the service men pretty murhf Civil "P'r v eterans vvm xigilt to
; disgusted. In one case a scrvic e raan. Retain "Equality Before the
v. no was not m tne nest or nniTteir.i i t-.,V' nr, T-TtTrr TVsipti
SO fiOinnn IlH?".-- endeared - themselves, during
2:.rill!!: fl li3 7 i'i their residence here
r rom inarsaaj s iJa,,y-. A v. no was not in ine oesi oi nn.rir.i
Yesterday afternoDn the ladies of condition, and being married with a!
the Worn i's Iielief Car? . made thetf ?.mi!y. found himseif !n fucIi a state j jncoin, Dec. 1. Fate of
presentation of one of their hand- cf health that he would have to tin-; sla7e seal of N'ebrarka wa
some suit nags la urs. j.iary aies, ucrgo an operation ana treatment aij, iv
one ct tne om nieinDers oi ine organ- tne norpnai. inc local post iook tne
WTlnv.-i n? a -nipetin of a commit
iz?tion ana one oi m mo.'i nigniy matter ui) ana tne man was tent to tee ancinf-d to receive and pass or
esteemed ladies of the city. Mrs. a hospital in Iowa for treatment, but new' state seal. George Williams
w aies nas lor a greai iuauy moiiius on arrival mere iouna mat mere naa Dj Fairmont chairman
been in very feeble health and the been some tangling of the red tap?. ! lnat ha(j been oiTicia!
ladies decided that as a token of and he was forced to return home ! ?j0Dt -r'ot'uer -ecl to s
their esteem and love for their aged suffering from his physical afilictio
which had adorned state dot-u
Tiie genial rector of St. Lute's
church has been here, in Plattsmouth
'or the prist seven Vears and with
Rov. It. G. McClusky . divid-d the
he nor of being the Jean o th? clergy
of the. city. He came to Plattsmouth
r.-"ur--itiK dlocease-ef Iowa, having
been located at Lyons, Iowa, for a
l umber of years prior to moving to
tho Nebraska diocease. pr.d during hi !
t e-m of service here' has made hi
rhurch a force in the community and
: l-ic' n rt w n narish th"f ?5 sHvp and
announced , "''trrt,l, thp wnr-k. nf thp Hi-irrh
lly decided to , f thp -.--t nros-r-essive in
supplant the Cfatc
The Journal, in common with tne
In aildition to the work of arrang
ing for the new court the members
,vhor;e husband? or brot' f rs are ir.em
Lers cf the Knights of Columbus, ar
ranged to look .after a part of he
work at the big bazaar that is to be
held in January. The ladies will
have charge cf the tripper, the candy
1 itcLen, the bake shop and the art
snap. Zlrz. Frank Libc-rshnl was
named as chairman of the bake shop
committee. Mrs. Jo-3 Lihershal of the
r.rt booth tnd Mrs. A. U. Smith cf the
candy kitchen and the ladies v.i'.l at
or.ce get busy to make the event one
of the best ever held in the city or
. LIEH OH P8GPE8TY
Crpreme Court 2ays Present Wortli
cf Judsrment GcTmts in Final
CrJcttlatfon cf Property.
of I'jies and to enjoy the rp'endid
timo that the Plattsmouth bunch-had
trrf.nged. The visitors moiored dov.n
for the big event and were loud i'
their prai:;e of the excellent hospi
tality afforded them by the local
Eagles in the dance and the very : c-cpptat-ie
luncheon provided by the
committee in charge.
Sell are Mairied in that City
DISCOVERS BODY OF
INFANT AT ROADSIDE1 ...
Body is Badly Decompod But is
Evidently that cf Child cf 3
Months cf Age.
From Pr'flav's D'y.
Yesterday afternoon Henry Gab-
bel. one of the-well known farmers'
living between Louisville and Mur
doch, made a grewsome disrovery
while at work clearing away a pile
of brush, ,when he found lying in the
On Thank-giving day,' November
24. i'JZl, a vet v pretty wedding w;.s
t;cleiiinizrd at the hv.:e i ihe lwid-'.
parsnt-'. Mr. and Mr. Juhn I'.ates.
j Miss Verlie liatcs and Mr. Georco
I Sell were united in marriage in t!i
prcscence of the relatives and a few
nar friends. Kev. W. H. Hiley. pis
tor of the Congregational church.
The bride u-cre a bhte serge trav-
mg suit and carried a bouquet or
The grcom wore the conventional
The bride wa born and grew to
womanhood in this vicinity. She has
a large circle of admiring friends
drawn to her by her charming per
sonality. She has always been an "ac
tive worker in Sunday school and the
Young Peoples Society of the church,
dependable, enthusiastic and always
in her place.
The groom is one of the rising
. . r . r . ; ., , , ,
composed body of an -infant child. i " J'ml ln eXfr-v Vy vtrth; a
t n..pntinn of Mr fjahhPi was' partner he has chosen to walk
first attracted by the smell which! ';- his s'"p through the journey of
was quite pronounced and on investi
gat ion he discovered the box lying in
After congratulations, the com-
thc bru-h heap where it had evident-j V? wire mvi ci to .u uihm.b . ucm.
lv been thrown by some one as it! here a sumptions wedding dinner
was only a short distance from the ,
was served by Mrs. Bates.
T- 1 . - . .. 0 . n . . - n . . . v n If-
r.-a,Mviv On mV-inr thp rliccnvprv 1"t UUI "l
M?. Gabbel 7,t cS called a number I J ?hIrtSelLs' P"1" f c T'
of neighbors to view the body and iti.nd thp L-vaia a"d Rose Sells,
was decided to notifv County Attor- l13,1, f ,h. iroo1Ti5J Y'rlCll
ney Cole at Plattsmouth at once of Se.la and wife and John Soils broth
the find ' fr of ihe rooiT1' of Nehawka; Mr.
The news cf the finding of the ' Mrs- Haynes t heir son Clir
body created a great deal of excite- frd Haynes and wdfe of Pa pill ion.
ment in the neglhborhood and the're atives of the bride; .Oscar Do
i., t ? n the. iv- v, a ri unngo. wife and sons, and Donald
Mr. and Mrs. Sells went to house
keeping at once on George Domingo's
farm. Weeping Water Republican.
mom hfiF t i D V TlTltT.i tanner hor nno m A rnlv i' rci or;' a- thot t It i " ...... !
, V x. . , -S, t' ; ""'' ;.w.u., ... raentr since territorial cays. ,n,rv othe friends of the Leete fam
of the beautiful si!ken emblems of case had not been approved. Due to; opponents of the proposed change. ! d"fteMei to le-an tht the
her country Mrs. ales is the wid- lack of funds he cannot take the op-.ch,c G v R. men. carried one j o S an M he St? Luke's
ow of an old civil war veteran and eration necessary at his expense, and . t J S wn!iaras ptated that tho ;.; Cllr , 1 Tete will
the mother of a son who served ia must wait (unless he dies) until such .. .h r ' lf?' a. l':aL W 1e''-
v.vi.a.., .it u.v ror.MTii'.e to carry on rus sooa worn
. , .....
rppe-jring on tne o;u seal. wouu no i ;r pur midst.
the Spanish-American war and i3 time as the departments at St. Louis
rei luiai tiuuicu ij tx I'lousuiuuu v aril . Z-SilllllUi! un liliU jUMUiliiiiu.i the "C'V
the part she has had in the sacri- in giving him this treatment. J The of the nev. seal wou!(1
noes of war times that has visited m another Ya?e a deserving ser-. not he ,15,ose:1 tonight. William--!
iic: wuiui.. vice man was surermg irom a oi-; ctor.
TV.o A If n l3,tic thu q f i.m4 .t., , - i ------ -
'Tr.: ..IT 1 iw .uZ.Z: 'i tion of the committee's adoption)
..I. .. . jn-.- riu iatai was sucn as to nanuicap nini 1:1
th-2 occi-ion was one thoroughly en- .j3 worI: an,i ;t was scusht to have
joyed by all of the members of the him given vocational training to fit
CELEBRATES IHS 2IRTHDAY
g that a picture and a descrip-l
ASKS FOR DIVORCE
him for other work that he could ,,1;,,.,mi,h n steamboat and a rail-
no. I he government nas appropriat
ed millions of dollars for the con
duct of vocational training centers
and t 111 the man could not get bis
m . 1 1 J .1 1 ' -
would be given cut in due time. I v-miam Mcnman ceie.uaiej
Tna r,ii cori to rionp nut nf ri tto 1 "Tth birthday anniversary on list
. !o.... .1.-... .v;n--rn' i:sn-M
ita arsailants. It clotures a 'J ai .1 ui '-'.
everyone had a fine time slthovgh
1 4 j -ir j-;r. to!:ln:an is sini connnea tn nis
Thev suggest that, a new seal i '-e1" iin rneumatism. tie nas d.";ii j nuiuej up mat t.it. ji'fc-"-"
An alimony judgment is a first
'en on the property of a husband,
5-ays the supreme court, and attaches
:s soon as the transcript is filed in
. nether county where he owns prop
erty. Minerva Jackson secured a di
vorce in Douglas county from Earl E.
Jacikson. who had a homestead in
McPhcrson county. She secured a
judgment for $15 a month during the
alnority of a daughter aged five and
a son aged three.
The Judgment was filed in Mc
pherson ccunty. Another man bought
the land and in foreclosing a mort
gage sought to defeat the lien. The
- ourt says such a judgment is for a
t'efinite. amount and is a lien not on
ly for the amount cf th? matured un
paid installments yet to become due
i'uriig the minority of the younger
The attorneys for the mortgage
should show an airplane, a garage j1
From Thtirsofty-'p uauy.
inis morning a petition asKing application anowea as ne was uiiauie) vhv not put on a ja.-rr; orches
ior ine severing oi Li;e i.omus oi w uu- to convince ire uoarn iiiai iiuu ciiiiiftc arid a couple of bootlesre'e
lock v.ai filed in the c-Mice of the of the case that be was sufficiently t,,.. t.' irnnff 'inmiirv nf oVnr
clerk of the district court by Ola handicapped that he could not prop- ertg-Q-" tno new seai pian. Pi
Ccffman against D. L. Caufman. The erly take up his pre-war occupation of' "txe state and many othei
petition ti me piainii-i siaies mat arm carry It on
and an i.uto truck. rut is grauuauy improving ana msiiaunuuiu ten -uuun-
s:r.Tniiy re it tnat tney coma no let; er c.ia oum ui ica.i uuui.
Mr. Duxburv carried on a long cor-
,-o on rtemal rpminder of thelOmsha on Saturday evening, to be
. 190G, and respondenee with the various boards hum,-enes froni which a great state ' present and gave Mrs. Stohlman and
21. the de- in charge of these cases, but in each . , bui't family a happy surprise. The other
the parties v ere married at Coldwa-
ter, Michigan. Fehuary 2.
that on November 2S. 19
fendant was guilty of cruelty against irftance there was no satisfaction
the plaintiff ard for which tSe plain- secured and even the efforts of Con-
tiff asks that she he given a decree gressman Frank Reavis. who gener- ,
of divorce and the custody cf the 0:;sly took the matter up personally,'
two minor children o! the marriage. ere without avail and the only pos-
Matthcw Gerlng appears as the at- re ii triven was the offer to per
is the ironic inquiry of oppon-
' clare that the seal should be left as
the important occasion go by with-i
o:;t celebrating it in due style.
Mrs. Stohlman's father p.tmI her
sister. Ausrut Thirrgan and Misi
Prulina Thimgan came down from
SOME ONE TO BLAME
guests were their children and fami-
The court says that in the entire ab
sence of facts upon which might be
based a contrary inference, the na
tural presumption is that a boy ten
years old will live to be twenty-one.
The attempt of Alfred C. Walon, a
friend and neighbor, to get a part of
the profits of the land deal swung
bv George u . Porter of Knox coun
ji f.T,r- n-prp Mr nni Mrs. Ferd ty. failed m supreme court, w aiton
I'mnL-nu- n n ri famiiv nf T:iTnrY. i had signed a note by which Torter
- tr ti-1 Mrs Tprrv r.?,r-l rnd fam- was able to make the initial pay-
i'y'frnm the conntYy ;Mr. and Mrs.i ment.-and on thhs and the claim of a
From Frlday'fi Dally.
One of our townspeople had a very
torncy for the plaintiff in the cause foPl flratir,r, for riipf of th strange experience last evening ac- Ti. , , n':,.iiP ! profits Porter later secured when he
of action service man and this has been car- r top bf8 LAttor-enyA6' Mr W l Sroh:tn3n'S'father. it
ried out. but whether it will permit lisicn ng ear o Coun J At orenj A. , Elrawood. The !a-
CAS3 CCTJIJTYEOlr AT 'VESLEYAN the man resuming his occupation is brought in some fine cakes and j LARGE PROFIT FROM VINEYARD
still a matter cf doubt. JLVt Pics and an elegant dinner was rerv-
Harold Iloback cf Avoca has been Certainly there should be some ut " " i CC and the presence cf his familvl
.of tpndinsr the older boys' conference means of p-.ne;litine thpse cases ue c a stranger, w no euoenuy uau i . , . ,,, i,6. tl
. . ........ -. . . . .. - : th mnd pvii !eiens on tne unsus-! u""'-' "-
cr.ra::a wes.eyan i niversuy. wrere immediate relief is necessary . .r. 51. ,.ithP irvlid
reached its resting place were nuni
erous. The place--wh-:re the body was
found is quite near the road and it
would be an easy matter for anyone
nasiing in a car to toss the box into
the brush pile and it would not be
discovered for some time and hal !
not Mr. Gabbel decided to do soraer.Tn Friday nan?
3IAS TONSILS REMOVED
work ia clearing up the rubbish and
bruh along the road it would prob-
nblv never have been found.
Yeeterday Miss Mary Margaret
WaHir.g departed for Qmsha where
she underwent an operation for thn
Owing to the condition of the body -removal of her tonsils, that have for
it was found impossible to make a . some time past been very annoying
thorough investigation of the re-, to the little lady. The operation was
mains of the little one.
KAKCTO CHRISTMAS GOODS
performed by Dr. C. R. Kennedy, one
of the leading surgeons of the me
tropolis, and Mrs. Walling accom
panied the patient to the Methodist
1 liA?nlU1 unil T-n i f n oH until n f t OT 1 Vi tf.
The local cigar factories are en-.; - M,ps filing u reported
gaged now m t ie preparation of , ,
their special Christmas boxes that -
v.i'l re placed on the market in a!
very short time so that the shopper i WILL GIVE SHOW
ie?king a present for a gentleman 1
can be readily accomodated. There is The Community club end t vrm
nothing more pleasant to a smoker Bureau will put on a fnll moving
than one of the re-al smokes that the picture feature at Peterson's hall.
Plattsmouth fnctories turn out and Murray, Neb.. Wednesday. Dev. 7.
the giver of a present of this kind Three reels will he shown. There
can rest ensured that it will bring; reels will be Instructive, as well
satisfaction and b? much more pleas- entertaining, every member of the
ing than some fancy labeled brand family will thoroughly enjoy them,
of cabbage that is: so aften presented Prirg the family and tell the neleh-
at Christmas tim-i. The Flattsmouth born. Co-operation is the watchword
smokes are made here at home and today. I.-et's all pull together for th
have the quality to back up their, gen em 1 good of the Community.
Your ad will carry punch if you
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 8:43 p. ni.
' Five dollars reword for informs-
TT-m'o i c o Tain "V-ntr talV" in. ' tion leading to recovery ot strayen.
stead of trying to fass it np with !
frills and expjrerations. j 2wks-w
two-vear-old. branded Hereford steer.
SEARL S. DAVIS.
The speakers were members of the and until this is done thh men who ; Pecting Plattsmouth cimen. as tne
... . . ...... .. ctraTi?(r nrpw forth a mnt oi sLransre
life fervice commi-ssion oi tne .utia- neeu reiiet tne most must continue , "V . .,m, i
cdist church who camD expressly for to sufler.
the conference from their headquar-
t?r? C-hIc,St-f ,r j SECURE PERMITS TO WED.
vintarp. that tasted not unlike- the
well known corn product and insist-
ed on the gentleman taking the bot
' tie, and of course, rather than of
i fend the stranger our friend took the
bottle and drank deeply and copious-
permanent organization was formed
...it in r,r,r..nr, -ttH From Friday rallv
v. njci' Will Uicct in u ii v ..wt ...1.1. rr.ii . ... T, . . , , ,, . , .
the state annual conferences of the luI3,mj,rn,:,S county juogc i.ee- jy oi tne nu.u mu i u f""
l-iitv and clergv and will seek; to son took t,rae rrom the more sordid 1 the remains of the liquor in his pock
o -e the problems of the modern detail of the machinery of the law et he continued his way rejoicing
Voung man in his relation to the make four hearts happy by the and as the time passed the liquid
r hurch ' issuance to Charles M. Buell of Mur- consumed -seemed to burn within hira
' ;dock and Mits Floy E. Lyle of Elm- causing a great desire to break forth
'wood, and Fred B. Buell of Murdotk in song and merriment which is not
Mr: Thircgan's sen. Walter, cf
South Bend, came aftr them on
Men. day for a visit et-kis home and
brought them back the next evening.
DANCE PLEASES CROWD
From Frt'?av'it Dnltv
Last evening the De Ford orches-
tra made an appearance in this city that ihQ first fruiting shoot3 were
.nei :n l: ui a j ed i .frozen back last spring. The results
une-ful melodies were heard once I .ot c,v;,,f .,.
Mr. Lake Bridenthal of near Wy
mcre, Nebraska, a breeder of Durocs
and Percherons, is the owner of a
acre vineyard of which he is
justly proud and of which he re
cently gave an account to the horti
culturist specialists of the agricul
ture college. Six years ago the plants
were set out, 4 50 of them and most
ly Concords. This year the grapes
from the vines sold for $360. repre
senting 90 bushels at $4 per bushel.
The average yield per vine was 8
pounds, which is high considerin
more in the Eaglss hall. The attend-;
as wliproper type of pruning
ir T.-qrrn-tprt. but those: :
y in audition rnrnCk n9 , ' 4U. (k nom,n ti,i tnornlne-: ;r '. V.Vr ,a "U rapes are rainy ea
vi. n.rnoctpa -rr-!i ha launched . t " fecnmriu.i ai e as tiiat tne 0v u t . . . - WHO Were present ICU amp:y lepaiu ,i -f - Rrirtpnthol '"1
to his orcrestra wor. nas iduncnea hrnthors an tv.. ,j .;n i rrc nf .k.-vso uhn tm vp i . ... .. . v . '" .. fain -ir. uriaeninai. i
cr.ee was not as large renlly a? the
show what the possibilities are when
! the vines are given good care and the
fcUiVLti i.iiaauuvi uxtx ' and Miss Gladys M. Marshall of Elm- befitting these prohibition days of
, t T;nr .iit .w-ood, the necessary permits to be- hootch and boose hounds. The result
Prof. V. illlam R. Holly in addition t,.nonM(iman OT. fnt tho i,m,n this morning
. .v. r v rtf v,t.-.o "reasiuu wui ue
out inio aiioiii. "- made a double wedding
window card designing, and has ,
turned out a number of very attrac-
easy to grow,"
The area be-
shrine of Gambrinis, and the voice of
t.i.t. v'"v.r . - . Tn -vttt tit a ttt a enn-r. rriTTrnt Judge Keeson pronouncing ine mo
tive carus tnat some oi me uusm uvui ouxuxsx t u words "ten and costs" awoke
houses have secured and as well made , i,m tn rpaHritton that the man
a number for the Legion membership One dollar ten gets the best halter J.' J J m tSl HnuoV has ca?4d
campaign. The work of Mr. Holly is made anywhere in Cass county. Your tulle
very artistic and shows n great tal- money back If not satisfied. This is. mac trouoie.
entin this line of modera advertis-, made of government material andj Tn.YTr
ing. i cost during the war, 56.50. I an! FARi-I LOANS
i able -to deliver this halter at vour
FOR SALE , mailbox for $1.10 each, as many tsj Lowest rates. 5, 7, 10, 15 and-phoi,e 3513
, you want. Keierence, Bank of Mur- 20 years, u. ju. iicuierKin, at tne
I thrpn tinipss f?i:rinf tVp pirlff snmmpp
dispenspd. The merry dancers con-, Afu- Auffst first- the cultivating is
unueri to enjoy tne p-esures i J";stonped and foxtail allowed to grow,
dance until the small hours of the; -j-"- helps to ripen the wood for win
morning made their appearance. ter The important thing in raising
: grapes, however, is the pruning. But
FOR SALE j with a little study and some practice
j cne soon loams' how to keep the old
I.?- tn P!nnd China boars, dock. Better try one
pedigree papers furnished. $20. I A. J. TOOL.
-sw n28, d8. Murdock, Neb.
Phone 3513 A. O. RA3!"GE". J : '
1 Lost anything fonnQ anything
Blank Books at the Journal 02ce. Try a Journal ad. "They satisfy."
Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth.!
Nebraska. tfd ;
2 pedigreed Holstein Bull calves. wood from accumulating. The mar-
Keiir.g prcaiem is nji auiicuit w-un
me. People are anxious to ccme right
to the farm to get the grap?s and are
willing to pay a gcod price. This year
$25 each. Six weeks old. sw
A. O. RAMGE.
A Lesson in Banking!
People create wealth. Banks merely
collect and store it.
Somebody must put into the bank
the funds that it leans out to finance the
Banks cannot make money plentiful
when it is scarce. They have available
only what the people put into them.
Borrower or not, everybody is inter
ested. For plentiful supply of money and
P good times go hand-in-hand.
Bank your money.
Ifrom owner of a farm for sale, give " "f-
" I lvn-ort niio a-nH r.nce.-ieinn L.
Tablets, note books, pencils, etc., ijcnrs. Box 451. Olney. Illinois.
for the school children, may be had
j at the Journal office.
j . We do all klnns 01 jc-d printing.
If it's in the stationary line null
at the Journal office.
the First national Bank
THE BANK WHc?F3 YOU
A. Jir V M V-1 r i
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