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PLATTSMOUTH, IIEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922.
FOR NEW FIELD OF
Bev. John Calvert. Wife and Son Al
fred, Go to New Home at
York This Morning.
From Monday' Pally.
Wednesday Rev. John Calvert and
wife and their son. Alfred, will de
part over the Burlington for York,
where they will make their home in
tie future and in their journey to
the new home carried with them the
heartiest wishes of the Lost of friends
for their future welfare and happi
ness in the new field of labor.
The pastor last evening at the
First Mtthodi.-t church. preached
what may be the last sermon as an .
active pastor of the church or.d at
the conclusion of thirty years of ac-i
the service in the cau-e of the Mas-)
tr r. the occasion brought a preat ;
deal of feelinjr to Rev. Calvert and!
his estimable wife, who lias been I
his co-worker i:i the cause of the'
church in this country. Twenty-seven'
years ajro as a your. 5 minister of the
church. Rev. Calvert v.a. locr.ted at
Louisville and at the probable close
of his work in the ministerial field,
he has served the church at Platts
mouth truthfully and well.
In takir.K over the work at the
Mothers' Jewels ho'i:c at York, Rev. i
Ca'vert wiil still re U
I- i.-; r:-r.k as
the church, j
a minister, but will be
the regular charges of
and with Mrs. Calvert
their full tim to the care ar.d rear-;
in.: cf the children at the heme. i
The members of the church in this!
city as well as the friends outside of,
the church are partirg with great
regret from thi3 estimable family,
but feel that the church bxs shown
wisdom in calling those peoole to
the gicat work th3t the molding of'
tie lives of the little e.nes demands
and a better selection for this work
than Rev. and Mrs. Calvert coulc not I.
I. 1- . J : v .- j..i..n..: !n
i:aie uetu maue in mis jur;.iun.iiju
oT the Methodist church.
know and a imire Rev. Crlvert for his
sincere and forceful work as a pastor!
and his genial eiualitips ea
ani si:aro the genersl regret
occasioned in the departure of this
DIDATES ON TOUR
OF THE COUNTY
County Nominees with Walter Ander
son. R. H. Thorp and E. J.
Burkett are Out Today.
From Monday's Pally.
Starting this morning at
ville and closing tonight with
ne'-tinr at the Ramie!? ti e:
this city, the republican county
('Mates. Walter I.. Arderscr.. cndi
uite for the regular term in con cress,
a :i't R. K. Thorp, candidate for the
rt t'rm. as v.f-H ai Er-Scuator
Elmer J. liurkett. ar-- engaged in a
series r,f n;petinis at each of the
towns r.vt r the c:ur.ty.
The drler;:tir ;is f r':u th? d iff rent
sectior m t at LouL;"i:ie. Sheriff r.
I). Q'jirien. County Atorney A. O.
Cole. Reri-ter of Deed.? Mrs. Edna
Sh:;nnon an ! W. T. Adams, candidate
for treasurer, forming the delegation
from this city to join the caravan of
C'ovrty Ckrk Georce Sayles re
mained on the job at the- court hense
Lu"v enc: "-d in "ettirc
s of handling the coming
i ,. ,unt f'la
r,, r'ortrr itv of r- -v-ter-
VISITS FECII IOTvA
Frorr V'iiii.v !'tlv
Mrs. K. II. Chandler and little son
Robert, of Waterloo, la., were- here
yesterday visitiner at the home of
Mrs. -'r Harold, sister of Mrs.
Chandler, and this morning depart
ed for their home. They were accom
panied back to Waterloo by little
Miss Jane Herold, one of the prize
winning babies of the Nebraska state
fair this year, who will visit at the
Chandler home for a short time. Lit
tle Jane Is only three years old and
is sure one of the brightest and most
rtfactive children in the city and
well worthy of the honor that was
bestowed on her.
Mrs. Chandler states that her
brother. Robert Poisall, who is now
employed at Rloomington. 111.. i3 to
be married the first part of Novem
ber to one of the charming young
ladies of the Illinois city and this
will be of much interest to the many
frVnds in Plattsmouth.
Big Type Poland China boars.
Sired by 'Orange Model. 2nd" and
"A Commander." Telephone 3S02.
o-Stsw. Plattsmouth, Neb.
Your ad will carry punch if
write it as a plain "sftHir'g talk" in
stead of trying to fuss it cp with
frills and exonerations.
ENJOYING THE WEST
I , Reports received by the friends
I here from Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Frans ;
and Mr. and Mrs. Johu Lyon, state '
that they are very much pleased with !
their home at Hoquin, Washington. !
InfSvriting they state that the weath- j
; er there this fall has been wonder- j
' ful but that some rain has fallen in
the last few day., Lreaking the long
: drouth that has existed in the pine
; woods country. The roses are still :
blooming in that locality as well as!
ithe green verdure of the grass and
trees remaining out and will prob-'
ul !y remain in that condition all
winter. The form r residents here
send their regards to the old friends.
RETURN FROM A N
TRIP TO COLORADO,
H. McMaken and Wife Spend
Few Days Visiting Relatives
and Friends at Hugo.
From Monday's really.
This morning Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
, McMaken returned home from a visit'
of a few days at Hugo and other (
points in eastern Colorado, where j
they visited with Mrs. Eva Reese and!
ton Guv. as well as Mr. ?nd Mrs.
Walter Scott and Glen Scott and
uu iv.ii'.ic vj u itii uja ileal
'Hugo, and with Mrs. C. W. Bavlor,
who lives in the city of Hueo. ,
Mr. McMaken reports that the J
country near Hugo has produced a
"!Mo ci wheat this rear r.ni
also a fair amount of potatoes, which
usually one cf the main crops of
he returned visitors also report
that Mrs. C. W. Baylor has been in
very poor health for some time and
her condition has grown quite per
ilous. Mrs. Keese and son rende four
miles out of the town of Hueo and
have a nice little farm while Mr.
nd Mrs. Scott also have a neat lit
tle farm home near the town proper.
Incidental to the trip Joe states
e picked some rtrawbernes a week
ago at the iiayior home and whicn
a great record lor this time or
NEW PASTOR JS-
ASSIGNED TO THE
ILL CHURCH HER
Hev. F. E. Pfoutz. of Gresham. Nebr.,
is Assigned to Church Here
Will Arrive This Week.
Fmrn M-nirVe ritv.
Date Sundav night word was re-'f-niily continue their residence here,
c-ived here from Rev. F. E. Pfoutz. In tiie time that lie has been here,
of Gre?ham. that he had decided tolMr. Huneke has been an efficient and
take the pastorate of the First Meth-jable worker in his deDartinent and
odist church of this citv. which is (his selection is a justly deserved rec
made vacant bv the departure of iognition of his services in this line.
Rev. Calvert and that the consent of As to the successor here of the re
the congregation at Gresham to his j tiring storekeeper. there h?.s been
departure war- given yesterday.
l lie new imnisitr w in imv? utrie
this week according to the present I
plans and expect to get their affairs j
arranged so that the new minister
the services on next '
While Rev. Pfoutz is unknown to
the members of the church here, he
comes very highly recommended and
brings with him the wife and two
daughters to assist in the religious
aud social lif? of the community and
ti e family wiil receive a hearty wel
come here to tiie Piattsmouth church
by the congregation and citizens of
' The bishop and council of the
1 "urtn given mucu inougni eo .
th nee:i? cf the Plattsmouth church j
and made their selection of the newt
r-Etf)r after due deliberation and
I CELEEEATE TWO EVENTS
i Saturday was the seventy-third
I birthday ai niversary of Mrs. Emma
Weidmn. of this city and was as well
the tenth anniversary of the mar
riage of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner
t::id in honor of the occasion a very
: delightful family dinner was enjoyed
i at the Wei d man home Saturday eve
. ning and Mrs. Weidman was greeted
; in person or by message by all of
'he children. In honor of the wed
ding anniversary, Mrs. Wagner was
given a large number of articles of
tin, symbolic of the anniversary, by
the force at the Hotel Wagner on
ABBOTT, EDITOR OF
- THE OUTLOOK, EXPIRES
Oct. -22. Dy Lyman
; Abbott, editor
-In-chief of the Outlook
hich he had been associated
40 vears: clerirrman. lu-vr
. nearly 40 years; clergyman, lawyer.
.author and successor to Henry Ward
i Beecher, as pastor of Plymouth
I church. Brooklyn, died today. He
would have been 87 next December.
When the end came, his four sons and
two daughters were all at the bed
side. Dr. Abbott suffered a severe at
tack of bronchitis at his country
home in Cornwall-on-the-Hudson last
i summer, from whicn he never fully
We can furnish you Dlark book?
moftt any kind at Journal office.
IS ENJOYED BY A
GOOD SIZED CROWD
Combined Bands of Plattsmouth, Pa
cific Junction and Glenwood
Please Their Audience.
( From Monday' Dally.
Yesterday afternoon the combined
bands of 1'lattsiuouth. Glen wood and
Pacific Junction gave a most delight
ful concert at the lawn of the Nc
(braska Masonic home in the vest
: portion of the city, wtncii was at-
tended bv a ery large number of
the music lovers of the commit nit
and this in SDite of the fact that
weather conditions were not the j
most favorable. j
The program arranged was one
that offered a wide range of the uif-
ferent styles of music and which j
were given in the usual entertain- j
who comprise the membership of the.Miss Agnes Eajeclf &nl 11
One of the special numbers was
"Oid Timers' Waltz." and which com-!
prised the melodies that were popular
in the late, eighties and early nine-
the audience revived very pleas-,
ant memories. As a feature of the;
concert Anton Bajeck. gave as a solo
number, "Razzazza Promenade." and
which was enthusiastically received.
The uncertainty of the weather
(served to keep many away from the
'concert who had planned to attend
and especially those from a distance
who were intcnuing to drive by auto
to the event.
WILL TAKE OVER
V7. F. Euneke, Storekeeper of Bur
lington Here, to be Traveling
Storekeeper on Lines west
F-otu Monday's Dally
IV V Ttjineke. who has been
storekeeper of the Burlington at
jthis point for the past year and a
half, has been tendered the position
of traveling storekeeper on the lines
west, a new position created to care
for the fast increasing business of
this department, and will at once
enter upon the discharge of the
duties of the position.
The many friends here of the
Uur.eke family are pleased however
to learn that they will still continue
tr make Plattsmouth their home, as
Mr. Huneke will travel on the road
the greater part or the time an l tie
no lormai announcement maae. ai-
-"- v. . -
Alliance, former chief clerk here and
Storekeeper Swansea of McCook have
keen mentioned as the most likely to
receive the assignment nere.
C. W. GREEN NINETY
YEARS OLD ON TUESDAY
Your ninety years
The years fulllled
They find you like
are lightly worn,
in you this day.
the ripened corn
Now safely thru
the stormy way.
has come to autumn time
not to winter s leafless trees,
hold your level mental prime;
body action still is free.
And this you owe to what you find
Within the cherished sacred page.
You gained therein for hand and
The life the now has ageless age.
You and your living marriage mate (
Are now like fruit and flowers grown j
And God has brot you to this state
In which you reap as you have sown
THOUSANDS AT FUNERAL
OF GIRL CONDUCTER BY
MEMBERS OF THE K. K.
St. Joseph. Mo.. Oct. 22. What old City and Ames, where she was study
time residents here declared was the ing research work at the two col
largcst funeral within their recollec- leges dealing with the care of inten
tion, took place today when the body j tile paralysis and otner diseases and
of Nellie Hale, 14. killed Friday from hre she goes to Washington
night by a shot supposedly fired by
police, was borne to the cemeterv
through streets lined by thousands of
tintoH at k onn wait.
' e(1 in the cemetery for the cortege,
! in which marked 500 members of the
members of the
u Klux Klan, robed
! hoods raised.
and with their ,
I T1,c funeral was under
' pices of the Klan. No uniformed po
lice were to be seen. Klansmen han
dled traffic in the streets with rapid
ity. Two Klansmen and six girl
friends of the victim were pallbear
ers. At the grave, hundreds of Klans
men stood at attention as the body
An extensire line of high
stationery on hand at all times
the Journal office.
CANDIDATE VISITS THE CITY
From Tuesdays ii.y. !
This morning Kenneth W. McDon-'.
1 aid of Bridgeport, candidate on the ;
' iicmni-rntir ticket for Jit:oriiC-v rren-;
al. accompanied by Mrs. McDonald. !
isiteu the city and m-
of the voters during th-'
there. Mr. McDonald was
tri. (".tiring the primary
re for one
hv.t lit that
rd a great
I time did not
(leal of time
i a Me to
meet more eu the p
Id has a long . r,
with the Fitzgerald :id
-families as well as County
Cole and the visits her- are
enjoyed, also Mr. and Mrs
a 1 v:: vs
Walling. Jr., United in Wed
lock at Early -li'iss.
from Tuesday's In!ly.
This morning at G:Z0 at th- St.
John's R jman Catholic church oc
curred tiie marriage o. two of the
popular young people of this city.
Miss Agiu'-. Eajeck ano Mr. Thomas
, Wallir.g, Jr.
The wedding was very c;ui only
; the immediate families i: ing in at-
. tendance at the services.
I Rev. J!. A. Shi no. pas" or of the
church, p- rfurniod the n . mor.y. the
nuptial mas:- with its ust;ul solemnity
being emp'oyed in the joining of
those two lives.
I At the church the bride ami groom
were- attended by Miss Tauline Ra
jck. sister of the bride. r brides
maid, and Leonard Walling, brother
of the groom, as best man.
! The bride was very chrmirg in a
'dark brown traveling suit of s?.tin
. creoe trimmed with ofiiiel brown
j canton crep, with large picture hat
to match and carrying c bridal bo
I quet of the Ophelia roses. The brides-'
'maid had a very attrac:;ve gown of
' blue canton crepe and carried pink
roses. . .-.
' Following the wedding the bridal
couple were entertained at a wed
ding breakfast at the home of the
bride's parents on we-st Mniu street
and later departed for Falls City,
where th'j will spend a few days
with thci" relatives nnrl friends,
j Doth of the nwly wedded young
people have sent their lifetime in
this city and ar
r.r tverrall"-" lovd
rnd respected by
irien'ls. The bri'le
! ;! i: c"a r-r o" Mr. and
j'vl; a:;! graduated
schools here, later
tc-achir g force of the
been ou of the most
l.'rce circle of
i? the eldest
:i-.s. Mike IU
irom the city
con.!: ty arid has
ors in th count j .
The groom is one "T the estimable
young men of the community and is
held in til1 highest e;ecm by those
who have the plcaur of knowing
him. Mr. Walling w.ts in the World
war in the service of his country, en
listtrg at the outbreak and serving
for a year overseas with the A. E. F.
He has since his r turn been employ
ed at the Darlington shops r.p to a
short time aro and has proven his
worth ns a citizen of the community.
To Mr. and Mrs. WaUing will be
extended the well wishes of the many
friends for their future years as they
take their journey of lite together.
ADDRESSES THE HIGH SCHOOL
From Tuesday's ral!v
Yesterday at the convocation hour
at the Inch school. Mrs. E. C. Little-
j lield of New Haven. Conn., who was
; here visiting her aunt. Madame Fran
! ecs Lce te, gave a ve ry interesting
italk before the high school, on child
(research work and took as her sub
jects two boys that has been under
the personal observation of Mrs. Lit-
tlefi-ld. Those boys were suffering
from physical infirmities from baby
hood and she detailed the lotig work
that had been required to give them
normal health and physical condi
tion and which h.au r ultect m their
no w being able to enter college and
!enjov the full use of their faculties. 1 J- u eyricn, cnemicai man
! 'Mrs. Littlefield has devoted her Have Ebrsole. truck driver.
I lifetime to the relieving of the physi- j W. A. Swatek. supplies to
!cal sufferings of children and her re-I commissioner
imitation is nation-wide in this workfC- E. Hartford, coal to city
iar.d she came to this city from Iowa
1 to continue ner worn iu me nuie um
; versitj at uijn.p.a
and from there
goes to John
Hopkins university to
i studv at that great institution.
Mrs. Littlefield is at present the
president of the Connecticut Congress
: of Mothers and at her home in New-
Haven has conducted much research
work to bring relief to the suffering
'of the children of the land.
DEPARTS FOR THE WEST
From Tuesday's Dally.
This morning W. R.
auctioneer, departed for the west ; Bridgeport east there were some
where he goes to F.ruhle, to hold aleighteen persons present and In the
cattle sale in tint vicinity and will course of the trip it was decided to
spend a few days on the road look- take a poll as to the political stand--jog-'ing
after his various elates. Mr. j ing of the party and as the result
I Vnnni line n ct o t n-Ti-i f p rfniitalinn ac tbprn wprs Rpvpntppn who WPfB for
a;an auctioneer and his work always
1 gets the results.
t I B nAB B C .
m is m
GPIKIOK OF CITY ATTORNEY Oil
PAYI.IENT OF SEV7ZH WORK
DECEIVED BY DADS.
Prom Tuxttv fti!iv
Whn Mayor Johnson called the
sission to order last evening all of
110- city dads were present with the
except ior. of Coun-ilman Drittain of
the I'urrh ward and the- machinery
of city government at o!."-e started to
I For the first time since the mem
!ory of man reaches there was not a
i i-ir.gie (onimuniraiion or petition on
I rn'! to be rend and this expedited
the bushes- to a ciui;-k and rapid
; City Attorney Rawls. who had
L?;;i aske-j by th judiciary commit
tee to look into the matter of the
i payment of the new sev.r sj'stem be
j fori- the work was entirely corr.plet
; (; by hohlirg out an amount suffi-jei'-r.i
to cover the work to be done,
gave- a verbal opinion and read the
t-tr.te 1: w relative to tli:' payment of
th same ar.d which provided that
111- "1 city could, on the filing of the
e.riii'ieate ;.y the engineers that the
v. ork was completed and correct, pay
the cost of the improvement in bonds,
t:.rt eoulrt be sold or paid to the con
tractor at par va'ue. The statute also
prided that ten days after the city
eu i' '1 ha:i .'-cepted the final esti
mate the list of property to be taxed
frr the improvement should be pre
' pared aud the setting of the board of
f qua! ization be carried out as by law.
Councilman Destor asked as to
what was doing in the way of pre
: -.ring a contract with the lighting
company relative to the current for
the new electrolier system and was
informed by Councilman Schulhof
ihrt Mr. Drue had been looking after
th' matter in order to see if it might I
1.; possible to secure a better rate;
t:!an the present one.
; Councilman McCarty brought up
the proposition of the parking of au-
: tomohiles on the street r-nd suggested
thnt the present regulation be chang
ed when the new paving wes in so
-that the cars would be parked at the
; sid'-s of the streets instead of the cen-t'-r
as at present and after some dis-cu-sion
it was ordered that the ju
ei. h'ry committee prepare the nec-
' -rary changes that would allow this
to be done -and the chief of police
fiiiborizeu to lay off the parking
ilman McCarty plso asked
that ike city attorney and clerk pre
pare an ordinance in conformity with
the state law that would alow the
ciiy to onfis:ate cars lakn under
(he prohibition law and offer them
' for sale, as in the past the county
ha- h::( this altogether and as the
result much money has beou diverted
from the city treasury. Mr. Rawls
fntt'l that he thought this proceed
ing was in line with the law and
.could be properly made.
The contract between th? city and
D.:rii;;g.on railroad relative to
the construction ci the n;nety-six!
ftct of sewer under the tracks was
read :ihd two paragraphs that placed
of the !
f'v'ii'v nn ' tl o rirv Wfrt
dtscusc .1 ,by
placed in his
that the city
road in case
a 3 the result
i t ion and the
the city attorney and
hands to s:-e as to their
Otie of these provided
would protect the rail
of any damage arising
of the sewer construe
other that the railroad
j could terminate the control and use
; of the sewer at any time by six
months' notification of the city.
The fifth partial estimate on the
paving district on Main street was
read and showed the sum of ?3,
C"0.82 clue Mr. Coleman, the contrac
; tor, and the same was ordered adopt
ed. j The following claims against the
city were found correct by the fi
' nance committee and their payment
' ordered :
jc, F. Dyke, police $39. PC
'Frank Detlef. taxi police .75
j W. A. Swatek, supplies police 3.75
J. Fiynn. services to city
1 Oraham & Weir, meals to jail
Maurer, Sr.. street work 43.42
Gardner, same 5.40
York, same 34.C5
Gouchenour, same 35.55
Ray McMaken, same 39. GO
Ed Cotner. same 25.20
John Zitka. same 3.59
J. N. Elliott, same 64. SO
Will Heiner. same 3.37
W. A. Swatek, supplie to fire
TAKES POLL OX TRAIN
From Tuesdays Iailv.
Edward Fitzgerald, who is now at
the ranch near Bayard, arrived home
last evening for a short visit with
his wife and family here and states
that while on the Etock train from
j Senator Hitchcock and one was for
ft ft Z 3
W. C. T. U. 1IEETS
from Tuesdays Daily.
The ladies of the C. T. U. were
very delightfully entertained yester
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Henry Spangltr, with Miss Elizabeth
Spangler as the hostess of the occa
sion. The rooms of the home were
! ( oratv-d
with the bright colored
the autumn season that
pleas; i;s retting ior the
The greater part of the
was given over to the re-
port of the president of the union.
Mrs. C. A. Troop, who was one of the
delegates to the state convention and
who presented in detail the proceed
ings of the state mee ting and which
was very mti'-li enjoyed by the ladies
At a mital.Ie hour in the afternoon
t dainty and delicious luncheon was
frved by the hostesses that proved
c pleasir.g climax of the occasion.
Commercial Contest Held
Kearney Last May Has Stand
ing Announced Now.
The state commercial contest in
penmanship held last May in Kear
ney, was u distinct triumph for the
Plattsmouth public schools and the
young people of the sc hools who par
ticipated in the contest.
The e-vent occurring at the close
of the school yefr, the award was
not announced until this v eek when
the certificates of award were made.
This is the second victory for the
local schools in this line as they were
the winners in the district contest
In the contest the pupils of the
high school and seventh anl eighth
grades participated and In the giving
out of the prizes Plattsmouth secur
ed first in the best individual writ
ing and also first in the best team
writing, wih Kearney second and
The standing cf the various schol
ars taking part is given as follows:
High RehooD Helen .-Wescctt, first;
Minnie Klirger, second; Ruth Lush
insky, third, and Rose Donat, fourth.
Eighth gr?de: Edna Klinger, first;
Dertha Schulhof, second.
Soventh grade: Dora Soennichsen.
The work of the young people is
net only gratifyine to the teachers
end instructors of the city schools,
hut to the community at large and
chows the excellent line of work
that has been carried on here bvivko were
.Miss Marie Kar.fmann. supervisor of
penmanship, and the teachers of the
It is expected that the schools of
this city wiil be entered in the in
terstate contest to represent Nebras
SECURE ?IARRIAGE LICENSES
:-rom Tuesdav's D.itlv.
This morning licenses were issued
in the marriage license department
of the county judge's office to Chas.
I". Crassman of Louisville and Miss
Katherine M. Eagan of this city, and
M. H. Bonds of Emporia Kansas, and
Miss Margaret D. Wei ton of Green
wood. Blank books at the Journal Office.
A Roll to
A big roll of bank notes may look
prosperous, but it is a costly way cf
handling the money you worked hard to
A check book with a checking ac
count at the First National Bank behind it
is handier and more businesslike.
You can open a checking account
with us by mail and make deposits via R.
F. D. It will save you time and save you
The next time you are in Plattsmouth
drop in and ask up to explain how simple
TIIE FIRST NATIONAL DATs K
THE BANK WHERE VOU FEEL AT M OWE
PIATTSMOUTH "EC NEBRASKA.
Member Federal Reserve
RALLY AT PARMELE
L. Aiidcrscn and E. H.
Candidates for Conzrcs,
evening, as the climax f an
r trip o.er tin coui:ty. tl " r -
pit b I
US held a I loMllg r.-.l!' at !!;
! prm; !e
theatre and v. hi h vas a.
: some I't'U of the otcrs - f
the county, a large number moiorir
I in to att nd the meeting from !!.
J country districts.
i he plans lor the meeting were
fomewhat overturned owing to the
fact that former Senator E. J. Iturk
ett of Lincoln, who had been sched
uled to speak at the meeting, we de
tained ami unable lo be present, lay
ing the burden of the spe h hmuking
on the candidates v.ho had spent td
elay iu tiie tiip through tho different
towns spreading their ehx trine of re
publicanism. Walter L. Anderson, candidate for
the lon term in emigre. was in
troduied by Hon. il. D. Windham,
who presided over the im-iting. at.d
gave a talk on the i.-sue-s of the day
in his race for ofiice and stated ti nt
while he was making no promi-'-s a
to what he would do, he would do all
that was possible for the interest of
tiie people of tho state, but he i 1
ii t indulge iu any discu-'-'ioii of tli
tarifi. soldiers' co:::pciisa t ion or : li p
st.hs.'dy question that have b n
made a part of the
rather emoted his tin
a part of the campaign but
to the work
of the Harding ad minh t ra' ion
the arms conference vhi'h he
was one of the outstanding Tea'
of the world's events.
Fred Johnson, candidate for
tenant governor, enumerated
: u 1 e
republican achievements of tl
half century and urged the the ; ;
tion of R. ii. Iiowi II for L'nited State
R. II. Ti-orpe. candidate f'-r th
short term iu congress, related
uj) the Tiu:
t ween Sem
amusing stories, taking
uorous si::- c f the e;:m
elerided the alliance !
itor Hitchcock and the
Eryans in the present campaign.
The republicans had planned the
rally with farmer Congressman Ren
vis as the chief orator but his be
ing called to Washington prevented
his attendance and Mr. P.urkett was
to be subs' :'; uted. but l.e w as unable
to be present which ui.sappoic-d the
local committee as well us the public
who had anticipated the vit of ; In
former rcrator, but the candidate
present he-id te clo.-e at
tention c;f tl:.- a o.d ien. e in their re
marks r-dative to the iss.ies.
liOTKiz of is childee::
IS DECORATED EY FRANCE
Moulins. Frame. Oct. 22.
an farmer, Madame C!e-m
mother of 15 (hiidren. 14
are working tho land at Re
20 miles Iron: here, today w;n ('.co
rn t eel with the Order c f Acii .;!:n:
;il Merit by Ministe r of Af:r; -u 1 1 r
M. Cheron said it was th" govern
ment's duty to ralute su h n wonmn
as an example for all Frem h wom ti
Jcnrnal want ads pay. Try the:
Choke a Horsa!
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