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VOL. .HO. XXXV1IL
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1921.
AND WHY NOT?
In Lincoln the Elks and American
Legion have been successful in se
curing the repeal of an old ordinance
against boxing and citizens of the
capital city will be given opportunity
W. R. G, HOLD THEIR
VISITORS IN THE CITY
From Monday's Pal!
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Egenberger had as guests at their
home, Attorney W. J. Hotz and wife
and son. Will. Jr.. Dr. Edward Hotz
Farm Bureau Serves the Ruralist in c? witnessing monthly boxing shows Named Officers for Ensuing Year at land Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Egen-
Same Manner as Chamber of
Commerce Does Merchant
under the state law permitting their
luring held where not otherwise bar-
ted by city. or county authorities.
Interest in boxing is growing over
Jthe state since the passage of the
. A. 1 .1 -T A t 1 1
A few weeks ago there were many w,"iruf uu 11 "uu 1 "e ,f7'BUs the Woman's Relief Corps held a
organizations over the country com- untl1 be as popular with all very interesting meeting on Saturday
posed of merchants and known as classes of people as is baseball, foot- aflfcrnoon at their rooms in the court
Commercial clubs. Then the name baH or anv r the dozen other ath- nouse and wnich was very largely at
was changed to something nore omi- "tic sPrts r today. (tended by the ladies who hold mem-
Meeting Saturday Afternoon-
Large Number Present
Prom Monday's Daily.
The members of the local post of
iirilnx n i n sr unci snPTirlinsr th dav
mm m t n
Cill 1 U
here. Dr. Edward Hotz,
nephew of Mrs. L. B. Egenberger, TJECIDE TO INVESTIGATE MAT-
HIGH SCHOOL BASKET
nous and the Commercial clubs ap
peared as Chambers of Commerce.
The farmers of the country felt a
need for some kind of organization ,
for their work that would be bene-!
ficial to them in the same way that
the Chambers of Commerce benefit
'moi-nli'ilitp T Vi Yn ovictort :3 1 mil V f
kind of one armed giant that was do- Schedule is Announced with Excep
ing much for the farmer and soi tion of Two Open Dates Also
naturally enough the giant was given) Jjst 0f Eligible Players
an opportunity to develop with the J
result that the Farm Bureau came! The basbet ball season this year
into existence. be launched on Friday. Deceni-
The County Agent, sponsored by ber 16tQ wiien the XoftvA hisn school
the county and the Government, had tearQ meets tiie teani of the Iouis
been doing much for the agricultural Tille hish scnool at lhe hie;h school
interests, nut tne neia was so mucn
larger than a county agent could
handle that it was desired to add
ibership in the organization.
J In. the naming of officers the fol
lowing were chosen: Mrs. Martha J.
1 Pelorsnn nriftoTit Mrs Prar.pps
R AM CflD TUC CCAQflM I'urdy. senior vice president; Mrs.
DALL I lIC CLnOUIl. Elizabeth Streight. junior vice presi-
dent; Mrs. C. S. Forbes, secretary;
Mrs. O. C. Hudson, treasurer; Mrs.
L. B. Egenberger, conductor.
The ladies enjoyed the time very
much and they honored two of their
oldest members in point of service,
Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. Streight.
both of whom have been members of
the post for the greater part of its
existence and this is the third time
that Mrs. Petersen has been called to
nil the office of president of the organization.
to the force at the disposal. of the jiarcn.
gym here and from then on the time
will be well occupied with games
until the close of the season in
farm interests. Some counties wish
ed to stress boys" and girls' pi.?
clubs, cr.lf clubs, sewing clubs and
hired a club agent to look after this
work. Other counties wanted to
give help to women of the county.
The members of the squad from
which the basket ball team will be
selected are as follows: Howard
Dwyer. Harry Dwyer, Raymond
Eookmeyer. Frank Gradoville, Harold
Mullis. Harold Renner. Stewart
just as tne coumy.agem naa neipeu Chase Charles Hartford. Charles
the men. In Ca.-s county the Farm Egenberger. Alfred Calvert. Carl Ofe.
bureau Doaru aeciueu iu tJiupuo E j TrooD Joe Krejci. Frank Kou-
bek. Elmer Fitchorn. Edgar Mc-
home demonstration agent and se
cured Miss Ida Wilkins. 'Guire. Russell Wafeley. John Warga.
Miss Wilkins and County Agent- The foliov.ing is the schedule of
Snipes managed to give time and en- -.njej, for the season:
to carry on other duties" specifically ;
outlined. That the board was wise J
iu selecting a demonstration agent :
has been amply proved by the fact:
that Miss Wilkins has had more calls'
than she has been able to answer.
In the dress form work alone and!
with only about half a year of herj
time spent, she has aliao"twi -the '
equivalent of her salary to lhe worn-,
en of Ca.au county wuu vailed
themselves of her services.
I said above that a club or demon
stration agent was hired. But who
paid the bill? Just here is where
December lCth. Louisville.
December i'lst. Weeping Water.
January 20th. Auburn.
January 31st. Nebraska City.
February '3rd, Creightoif.
February Stb. Havelock.
February 10th. Benson.
February 21st. Ashland.
Away from Home
January 13th. Creighton.
February 17th, Auburn.
February 24th. Nebraska City.
March 4th, Benson.
There are two open dates on the
MINORS IN POOL
HALLS LOOKED INTO
Police Make Roundup of Youthful
Persons Found in Pool Ealls
the members of the Farm Bureau schedule. January 6th and tn.
Federation get the credit for sup- that will probably be dated tip be-
porting a live county organization, fore the season is started out.
Jutt as the progressive life of a town
depends upon a live group of roer- Dl ATTMfillTH KMYV I li VI-
I LHI I U1IEUU I II UUIU LUUL
chants organized to put the town
acrnst. sn a nrosressive coimtv is de- !
pendent upon its live farmers to !
put the county across by supporting!
the Farm Bureau.
Last year the farmers of Cas:
MOVIE CASE III IOWA COURT
From Monday s raily.
The many friends oi Marion Dick-
county voluntarily joined the Farm son and Don ArrieSf of tnis citv, will
Bureau and paid $10 for one year's be interested to learn of the out-
membersnip. Hair or tnis iee went come of an action in tne district
to the state and national Farm Bu- coart of Jowa whicn involved the
reaus to correlate the work for the moving picture theatre owned bv
various counties and to f ive repre- these tWQ vfmnR men at LeMars. In
sentation to farm interests in the ..1cqHt,o- f th, matter ti, nicnn-rw!
Tribune has the following:
"Judge Bradley, in the Plymouth
county district court, has suEtained
the contention of the city of LeMars,
which led to the arrest of parties con
ducting moving picture shows on
Sunday, appeal having been taken
from the ruling of the mayor's court.
In the decision the court stated that
Bureau for the coming year will be nQt theatres ought to be aUowed to
The police on Saturday evening
made a roundup of the pool and bil
liard halls in an effort to weed out
the lads under eighteen years of age
that might be found there. While
the billiard and pool halls all have
tigns warning the minors or those
under eighteen years of age to keep
oat, a great many of them are able
to get by on account of their size
and general apeparance and there
foie there is no question asked usu
ally as to their age while other
j smaller lads will drift in with their
larger comrades and get into the
games before anyone is aware of the
The authorities will make an ef
fort to see that those who fall un
der the age of eighteen are kept out
of the billiard panors in the luture
and several lads were given the once
over this morning by County Attor
ney A. G. Cole as to their practice
of making these places a loafing
DAUGHTERS OF REVOLUTION
HAVE MOST PLEASANT TIME
has just returned from New York
where he was engaged as an intern
in one of the leading hospitals there
and completing his training in the
! power company from January to!
June 1921 and that the examination
; disclosed that the assumption made
in the prior report of the engineer
as to the amount of energy manu
factured was not high enough. The i
output in kilowat hours figured, me-I
. r . a t ino 1
itreu energy ironi meier oooks, i
street lights, :2.07', losses at 15 j
r cent. 63. 796. 'This supplied a to-
tal of 489.-12 kilowat hours gener-1
ated. The total operating expenses ! -.Trn t .OTMrATTTT ptitt- cnwir
TION OF LOCAL
TER ANOTHER NIGHT MAN
ON POLICE FORCE.
ot the Nebraska Gas & Electric Co.
as reported by the engineer was
135,432.00. The total receipts out-
t side of a number of minimum charges
was that of $35,435.00. In conclus
ion after the comparing of the fig-
GOLDEN JUBILEE IS
A BIG ATTRACTION
TAKES OVER INTERESTS OF
BANK OF CASS COUNTY
From Tuesday' Dmlv.
Thi? afternoon there was consum
mated the transaction by which thix
city gains a bank with awot of
ttome $900,000 when the riatlsraouth
First National Bank Holds Open
House to Hundreds of Friends I
From Tuesday's Daliy.
Yesterday the First National Bank
of this city observed its golden jubi
lee in a most fitting manner and in
honor of the occasion the bank wa? '
visited by several hundred of the
friends and patrons, many of whom j
hare enjoyed an acquaintance and cf E. M. Buttery relative to an over
business associatiors with the 'bank charge on a gas meter, but as there
and its officers for the half century! were no facts siven the council, the
just closed. ! matter was turned over to Chair- approved by the council by
The lobby of the banking room 1 nan Schulhof of the lighting com-; inious vote,
was decorated in ' the Lollv and mittee to wrestle with and report' Some little discussion as to the
Christmas colors and presented a . later. j Police question was indulged in by
verv attractive appearance in addi-! George Taylor also presented an ' the . members of the council when
tion to the usual elegant and hand- offer to the council to supply cinders Councilman Howe asked who was to
some finishings cf the bank and here' at $1.50 per load to the city for Ute , keep the home fires burning during
the hundreds were received bv the if they desired in the cemetery roads the winter if the whole force was on
members of the banking houDe" Fres- r anv other place that thev might .duty during the night and no one in
ident II. N Dovey and Cashier G. 0. 1 designate and this matter was turn- ' the daytime. The matter was finally
Dovev were the chier receivers of ed over to the cemeterv committee fettled by a motion of Lmdeman
the visitors and everyone was made for action. Councilman Brittain. that the police committee go around
ir, fQ..i th,t tr.,it- t v, o v i r h b i ma n nf the committee stated anl see if the merchants were will-
iv M L i i I al, i- vay inv - " - " '
from the Plattsmout u
.From Tuwsdav Luil.
Last evenine th? regular semi
monthly session of the citv council "res of the present company and the
j was held and the councilmen enjoy- municipal plant projected Mr. Bruce
ed a busv time in the hour and a recommended that the rates of the
? naf that thev were m session, ana riieciric kv. ue ac- otatf, nank took over the Interests or
every member of the council was on cepted including that of the offer of . the Bank of Cass Countv and hence
8 , deck when Mayor Johnson called the company to install service where ' forfn iiie consolidated business will
time i less than one-half block extension is
One of the first matters to come made for the service and over that
. before the session was a petition of the company to receive the cost of
a number of the residents in the west construction oi tne extension ana
i part of the city, in and adjoining wnicn cost nau De repaid later to
!T?irhv TMao relative tn rTeniTif- n the patron in rebates on charges for
load there that had been closed for service.
some time, and it was decided to re-I On motion of Councilman Schul
fer it to ths streets, allevs and; nnf the matter was referred back to
bridges committee as well as the city ; the light committee to get busy and
attorney, who would give the law prepare an ordinance and contract
cn the'subject to the committee, i with the Nebraska Gas & Electric
Another communication was that
Mayor Johnson then announced
the appointment of Dr. O. Sandin as
fire chief for 1922 and which was
where you were made welcome and
would be assured of courteous treat
ment at all timet.
In honor of the occasion the bank
bad had handsome Ikooklets printed,
giving the history cf the bank and
illustrated with the past officers and
the pictures of the bank building. In
I laced a
All the depositors or other person
having business with the Bank of
Cass County can transact their af
fairs at the headquarters of the con
folidated banks, that of the Platt
mouth State Bank.
The change is one that will make
the greatest advantage to the patrons
of both of the banks and the band
Jing of the business affairs will con
tinue at the location of the Platts
mouth State Bank as usual and those
who have checks or other business
with the Bank of Cass County will
find their interests looked after in
the most accommodaing manner at
the new location.
Henry A. Schneider, cashier of the
Plattsmouth State Bank and one of
the best known hanking men of th"
state will be cashier of the consoli
dated banks and in charge of the af
fairs. In accofdince with the provisions
of the state banking laws, J. E. Hart,
secretary cf the state banking board.
took charge of the affairs of the
, Bank of Cass County this afternoon
halls of congress. The otaer half Is
tu;ed entirely in Cass county and the
return 3 from the work of the home
dtmonstration agent will show at'the
end of her year's work that it has
hern veil invested.
The cost of organizing the Cass
county Farm Bureau need not be met
again and it is economically sound;
therefore membership in the Farm
Entertained at the E. A Stanfield
Home last Evening for Supper
and Business Session.
only $5. half of last years price.
As the merchants support their
Chambers of Commerce for the bene
fits derived, so the farmers support
run on Sundays, but simply a ques
From Tuesday'8 Dally.
The ladies of the Pontcnelle chap
ter of the Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution were very pleasantly
j entertained last evening at the home
of Mrs. Earl A. StanfieM. The mem
bers of the chapter enjoyed a very
dainty and appetizing repast at G
o'clock as the prelude to the busi
ness session of the evening. The ta
bles were arranged with decorations
quoted and precedents indicated that
the regulation of the pictures was
their Farm Bureaus because of tha within&the police powers of lhe state
Yours very truly,
SEARL S. DAVIS
an wuicuueu ,J J iuc wo . v, uc - TTiteH Qtoloc anri in.
claim that allowing other business toM'"c'a " rv T- 1 th5c
ti e.T.. .iM, mvir,J cluaed the work among the Indians
tion of law and that all authorities ff p?nk ses andmade a Plasms
touch to the scene.
Mrs. E. H. Wescot was the leader
of the evening and the subject taken
up was that of the early French ex-
while moving !
ASKS TRUANT OFFICER
EUT NONE APPOINTED
FARES PRETTY WELL
continue on Sunday
pictures were closed being unjust
discrimination, the court held that
legislators had a right to classify
hnci n acAc a w1 Inner a C t Y oro XX? U Q
no discrimination between members : lree,
j of any one class, no discrimination
exists within the law."
From Monday's rally. '
The matter of the appointment of I
a truant omcer tor Cass county was
brought up at the meeting of the
county commissioners the laft of the
wee. u,a.un..Uu ""'iu oinch of the tle-hteninB- of the na Visiting ai ine nome oi
rtpSS Superintendent gJJ condittoo ?he&count?; brother. Oscar Gapen and family
Miss Alpha Peterson. I . ... . .1 turnine this morning to the v
The county superintendent sug- , e railroad Mr. Gapen is engaged in ranching
gested the appointment of an officer SiJ, e "JJi' TJi ered two in the west and is located twenty
with a fee of $2 for each case nan-. ? tma lB"ltti miies from Basin, and some thirty-
died and a mileage of fifteen cents a -H' t" V"7JT- T l five miles from Gravbull. one of the
mile. The suggestion was made that Ton "Z " tKeir ' livest towns in that portion of Wy
the office be conferred on Sheriff nna tKo, ,, . tt. omine. He is near the oil belt and
that these hardy Frenchmen had
carried on. Mrs. H. R. Cole gave the
review of the D. A. R. magazine and
the many articles were discussed
HERE FROM WYOMING
K-oru Monday Dallv
J. S. Capen.a former resident of
This city has so far been rather -ass counxy ana bow-hwus u
fortunate in the matter of feeling n- yoming, was nere !r a
Quinton, but that official ooes not r f,.- , f . v. s . haa hones that the immediate terri
look kindly on the matter and the r ' r Zl2, Zl rfXT .t.uL .u" torv in which his land is located may
l.,.ol AmiAvA tYiot the-.' vnnlrl re. lu -- -- j , ,-,
v.- (; " t packing house strike in Omaha has ' r.e aDie 10 ueveiup iuiu t""-
ie fee? to $1 per case and ten, added severai thnnA ntht.r npr. ducing locally. While in the city
duce the lees to $1 per case ana ienn1HH ., tunoaA . ducine localtv
cents per mile. As the matter stands Bons to the idle ligt Jn xebraska Saturday Mr. Gapen called at the
Journal ana renewea nis Euoscny-
on to the semi-weekly edition
k"- . 7 . M V 150113 to tne idle list. In Nebraska : :
here is no one appointed to the of- Clty also tne kln fitrike h been J(
lice and the filling of this place will tPf,n1v ft,u aa tho lla, ti
h- - . - I - .m aaa.ut, lUUi t tux ' -
lft fnr a Ti?!irp tfmp. 1 i t- ... . t
A GREAT SUCCESS
ployed some 500 men and the great
er part of whom are now out for an
CHRISTMAS VACATION TO
BEGIN DECEMBER 23RD
Froin Monday's Daily.
The Christmas saoD held by the
ladies of St. Mary's Guild .in the Ho-!
tel Wagner was closed Siturday eve-J
ning and proved one of the mwt
pleasing from every standpoint that Vrom Monday rny
the ladies have held. The society will Tne ChriBtmas vacation in the
realize a neat sum from their efforts plattsmouth city schools will start on
and their patrons and friends were Frida December 23rd. and will ex
all very much delighted with the ex- tend ver Christmas and New Tear
Ce leni,-tr?ftmeIirreC!,lveaf1 th6 ! wl" be resumed Mon
hndniiintlalU!dt SiViJ? day. January Sth. This will .naWe
nn(11J by -the ladies at th.m tfiojK tho tochers and pupils who reside
out of the city or desire to visit other
Blank Books at the Journal Oflloe, points, tb opportunity of an outing.
SUPPLEMENTS ARE MISSED
Saturday afternoon a number of
the special bargain dap ads were
omitted from the Journal, due to the
failure of the supplement placed in
the daily edition. These were omit
ted from a few of the outer "wards
of the city and the subscribers are
asked to overlook this unfortunate
sexton. Mr. Tulene. had ,ns 10 ceiP oul on m1 payment 01
number of loads of cinders man ior ine mgni iorce so and p E Brodie of Omaha will i,rob
in the aemeterv without autiitionai 114,11 meruit wum urr un .11 n.c ua.-
cost and that Le did not think that time and this was adopted.
thpv TL-nuld nepft anv mnre until I The finance committee rerom-
Fpring. ' j mended the following bills that were VJT , qAWT prpTTTn AV CTTPPUTCP
t.. 1 j ... f em nrderPd naid anl then the Khow rng ' Jrl.r.ASAI I iSlULtLVAX bUKIMUSE
1 ii rcguiu lu uii c.u iicriu i u i
cn the claim bill of Officer Chandler, ' ciosea ior me nigni:
.jjj.; (,. i,, ..Mavnr Jnhnsnn einlained that on a eo. Uas & tiec. (A)., Street
cuuuiifu lu tut? t,rui;tiutii c- ; . - . . c I
nt.io, i-it 1. r,nr.;ia o.T.i ; tl.-ite snme weeks ae.o Mr. Chandler ugms 41ar
cigars, while thc. ladies received had betm sick aftd that the chiefhad Alvin Jones salary .
candv and the pencils. Not to for- traced wmiam -urene on aury ana V-JiT " "
et the children a large array of pop, that at that time it naa Deen unaer- , " -""n
guns had been purchased and these' tood that the question of pay should ?r' "reel worK
delighted the little folks, who will e handled by the police themselves . oux . same.
long remember the First . National nd this was the cause of the extra -- r' -1-;:,""""
and their anniversary. , amount, un motion tne dui was or- -, :;ru Tr-
A rather striking coincident of rea paia. ; r.-t -IVl :i
the anniversary was the fact that at! The insurance on the city hall was "."-" u. mu. 10
, u !,. .. iri;, . 1 ri- rln hrouErht un and disclosed that City
1 un iiiiic liitr j-iisi .auuiiai i d i i .. .. rlrt, ri.n, gn
wps rstKhlkhefl l.ere Mr TTHarH (' 'the DOllCy Of the building WaS IOr 1 " "LrI
ably be appointed as receiver until
the affairs are closed up.
From Tuesdays Dally.
Ltut evening the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Pace was the scene of a most
pleasant gathering in honor of the
2 0.66 i tWeirth birthday anniversary of h-ir
Dovev. one of the first men interest-i lh sum of $2,500. furniture and fix-, Miwe
ed in the bank, was fifty-eight years i $100. and the fire truck $400. - A . H . Durtu
r.r rure ntift toriv MrT-j.tin v TVtvev ! ta motion or t'ouncuman ftace.t me
Lincoln Tel. Co., rent
his son and present president of the!1111911 committee "as aumorizeu lo " n.u
bank is also in his fifty-eighth year. into the matter and see if more POlic -
It was an occasion that the bank insurance could not be carried on Ga i t Elec. Co. light
ar.d its officers can well feel proud of te truck in the future I C"T na -
and the community in general trusts iniei x roi,ce AJV1U ? , .
that this splendid ld financial insti- Ported that seven arrests had been
tution may enjoy its one hundredth 1 '", i"r, , "Tul John Tversnn rpn.iw " i 50 i Batton, Miss Nora Baughman. Glen
CUIlfliru lUdi liau uccu luiuvu i- - -- t : r: - t s .
C. M Parker, work city
Dave Pickrel, taxi service
E. J. Richey, mdse. to city
daughter, Miss Fern. A number of
the friends and neighbors and the
school friends Ttf the guest of honor
were invited and enjoyed the time
most delightfully. The evening wa1
rpent in music and games and at a
suitable hour dainty refreshments
added their part to making it a moxt
delightful event. In honor of the oc
casion Miss Fern received a numner
c 40 of very handsome gifts. Those in at-
j tendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
51.92 Spangler and Nettie and Homer
"Spangler. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hargu
4 5gpon and Pearl, Opal and Clifton. Mr.
19 70 an( Mrs. Frank G-oodnran and Clm3.
j'-j'Miss Emily Stava. Fern. Vera. Mil
i on . dred and Sheldon Smith, Mrs. II. T.
anniversary m as pleasant circum
stances as the 50th anniversary was
CLOSES OUT BUSINESS
TO TAKE TREATMENT
over to the court and treasurer.
City Clerk Duxbury had also a
ery pleasing moiuh in the way of
collections and $1,492.91 had been
placed to the city's credit in the
ftrong box of the city.
MARRIED AT THE MASSE
j rorted that there was at present in
Nelson Martin, one of the well
known residents of Tnion. has closed
out his business interests in that
place, consisting of a soft drink and
confectionary store and has gone to
Lincoln, where he will take treat-
m an f at V a Vi ncni tal ir trior r1 o ra
lil.Uh M t Lll V. .UVSkSAVC 4 11 L A-A I. , i tA. V V- . - . -j
Mr. Martin some ten years ago But-.teTi Slet ' pu
On Sunday at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. H. G. McClusky occurred
Citv Treasurer C. E. Hartford re- the marriage of George L. McClus-
x j vi. :u . a . a uu mi a. x u -
gusta Crego. of Westville, N. Y. The
Groom is a brother of Rev. McClus
ky and the bridal couple came west
to have the nuptiels performed by
the minister brother. Mr. and Mrs.
McClusky departed for the west
Ppidell of Pacific Junction, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Pace and children. Ln
cilc, Buelah, Frank and Fern.
the treasury at the time of making
cut the report the sum of $1S,14.
2S and registered warrants outstand
ing to the sum of $136, 25S.
On motion of Councilman Ptacek
th ,sum of $416 due to contractor
i ISert Coleman for the paving on
fered a fracture of one
and which has nev
from the effects
of his legs
i Councilman Ftacek of the streets.
vpr frllv rerovered i llevs aad bridges committee also re
ofVhe Tanl Pted that in regard to the rtition
still gives him a good deal of pain "I" " '"T" i.
and suffering at times and in fact d? -of Jf- i o i f
,ff5i r.. . i had investigated and foi
makes it difficult for him to get
around. He has had a number of
rinorfltinne norfnrmoH rn tlio o c Ki't
niimmi Mictvas ctuu lit? iiuw uupo ;
that he may secure some permanent
relief from the course of treatment
in the hospital.
ENTERTAINS FOR FRIENDS
From Monday's Pally.
Miss Helen Hunter very pleasant-
for a sanitary sewer on the north
found that the
construction of the sewer would work
a hardship on some of the residents
that side of the street who were
! supplied with sewer facilities from
tle sewer already installed in that
section of the city and therefore the
committee would not recommend ap
proval. This report was adopted by
the council. The streets, alleys and
bridges committee also reported fav
orably on the proposition of the nar
rowing of Smith avenue and that the
Strayed from my pasture, south
west of Cedar Creek, one light red
nmley steer. Weight about 4T0
or 500 lbs. Anyone seeing same
please take up and notify
A. O. AULT,
Cedar Creek, Neb.
where they will enjoy a honeymoon. 1 Blank Books at the Journal Office.
ly entertained yesterday at her home cost of the work be borne by the
in this city in honor of Mr. and Mrs. residents of that locality. Council
Will Rapp or Omaha, Mrs. Rapp hav-j man Maurer stated that he had taken
ing formerly been Miss Leona Phil- the matter up with the residents
pot. The hostess entertained very de-j there and that they had all finally
lightfully at dinner, the centerpiece agreed to that porposition, altho a
being a large cut class basket of number thought that that section of
beautiful Carolina roses. Covers were the city had not received much bene-
laid for ten and the occasion one fst frOTn the amount of taxes thev
that will be long very pleasantly remembered.
ADDRESSES YOUNG MEN
From Tuesdav's Daily
Last evening County Attorney A.
G. Cole was the guest of the mem
Councilman McCarthy of the fire
and water committee reported that 1
the committee had not been able to I
close up the matter of a contract I
with the water company and desired
Things You9 II Find Here!
2 big type Poland China boars,
pedigree paper furnished. $20.
Phone 3512 A. O. XAVSE.
that the mayor and clerk secure an !
engineer who could prepare a scale
bers of the Young Men's Bible class of rates that would be just and
of the Methodist church and gave equitable to the city and the con-)
the members of the class a very in- . sumers. This request was granted by .
teresting and pleasing talk on mat- : the council.
ters pertaining to the administra- In regard' to the lighting proposi
tion' of the law. Following the ad- tion Chairman Schulhof of the light
i dress the time was spent in music ing committee stated that the com-'
1 and in the enjoyment of the refresh- mittee had met with Engineer Bruce .
; nients provided. ' i and requested him to go over the
books or tne NeDrasKa uas As n.iec
vi-onr Tn&rra Ltric Co., so as to find out the oper-
jajuo. iajajms Sating costs of the plant and the com
mittee presented the report which
was complete and concise as to the
vests made in the manufacture and
Whether your banking requirements
are large or small you will find a friendly
You vill find our facilities equal to
every need; our officers and staff equal
to every trust.
You will find painstaking service that
warrants appreciation; policies and re
sources that inspire confidence.
the First NationsBank
THE BANK WHEF?S YOU FSfcl AT M OM6
20 years. G. M.
MeClerkin. at thet
Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth distribmion of the current
ThA rertort submitted stated that
the ngineer had made an examina-
Journal want ads pay. Try them, j tion of the meter reading of the
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