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THURSDAY, OCT0BE2 28. 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOUHNAL
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FE'S A PEPUELICAN" IS 'BEYAN SAYS HE WILL EETUEN
ENOUGH EOS MXUICDE2 I TO SEE EEOTHEE ESAUGUEATED j
Omaha. Oct. 24. W. J. Bryan at
union station, between trains here,
stated he will return to Nebraska
uext January Vr attend the inaugu
ration of his brother, Charles, as gcv-
STATE OWNS QUITE
A FEW AUTOMOBILES
PEESipIJT CE TEE HOBOES !
EE.IITG3 SUIT FOE A SALA2.Y ;
Fa rco. N. D.. Oft. 2 4. United
F;atts Sonstor Porter J. IcCumher,
rr uhiii-au. North Dakota, has writ-
itu r lttter to various North Dnko- ' next January Vn attend the inaugu- j Governor I.IcEclvie lumishes Inlsv
adve-atir. the candiJacy of : ration of his brother, Charles, as gov- . . t Question
I vr.n J. Frazier. nonpartisan, for , error. U t j 1 nr
th;- United Ptatrs senate. T. G. Nel-j "What do you think of Senator1 liaised at JeeaE..
voters' association, announced , endorsement he received last week?'
he was asked,
ce "It was just as I expected. He did
rir. MiCu:iib.-r retires from o
n a: ?::!!- Ii. having failed of renom- I oractly the right thing
r:.ti f.r the office en the republi-
c". ticker at th June primary.
urt;-d y.r. Frazicr's election on
ti-.t irround that he is the? republican;
candidate, Mr. Nelson said. j
How many automobiles and trucks
are owned by the state? This ques
tion was i.?k:d by C. II. Miller of
(Jovrraor MoKelvie at DcAYitt last
laddins that he predicted the re-el ee-j iutscaj. i-armers inruoui n..- tini'.-
tion of Fenator Hitchcock, the state ire usir. iru ior nu.int,
democratic ticket and probably most n lcre f;tati' eJl ar,llll'u l ,U4'
o' the cocressmen. ivnasiii iruci-?. i ae tiare u us
Daily Jonmci want-ads bring the
Elank books at the Jccrral Office, buyera and sellers together.
' i I
Boo 0srs and' Trucks!
1V2 Overhaul and Repair All Makes!
Charsc Satisfies! Do Welding!
LlVSiftY AiiD TRUCKING!
-i:U Line of Acc -ortcs, Vesta Sattsries.
Oils ami Greases!
TRY US FIRST!
Lower iVIain Street
tutions uadtr the rnar.asement or' the
board of control. Zilosc of tiirse arc
operated in conucction wiih far.ns.
Ti e state owns an agricultural farm
where farmiug is carried on extens
ively under the colljre of fg:i- ul
turv. with the- university rf0';nts in
Governor Z-!cI"oivk promised Mr.
Miller an ar.rwir ajt-.r Ii? reached
I.iiioln. The ooviritor ir vertirated
the records V,odn-fuay and s-nt Mr.
Mill-r a l-ir-v i-i waich lie saiu:
t , " lit staie pur-jiaseu sevenTy-
I'one autr.tnohile?. ii.cldins trucks: Of
j this number, f&rty-sftven have been
j: purchase: sVVl J.'.vn'.Vry On-
ij eierr. ci ;:!'. ? or ttucks re
iis''d in s'.y oi' : '. ( departfi-i ncs, ;
and these mv ..! i:i i"ie uepartmeut '
"Ail tru Jrs cr au-.t ; used by the
! depart rceut vr" "i. works here fur-
d by tu , . ral governrieut."
Ti e re-irds fr i.r which the gov
ernor obtained his iiimrmatibn snow
a total cf rcrty-."! v u-: ks and tv.rn-ty-fi'.
o t l it-tr ; a.v arc owned by the
s'.ai j. A-. stated 1" ihe governor,
tlevcn of those vchi. irs are ust-d by
tho dt'iiiirtiiieiit oi agriculture, un
i r the code pnrir.itni. The- record
ihsf loses that liic timers are owned
; lollu.-.j;: I'nr. rsity. thirty-two;
four state normal s huols. nine; stato
inpt jtutsons under tn- iio-ird ot con
trol, sixtec r. ; military department.
Nebraska national guard, three; law
t. 24. Charles
president of the inter-
nrt'onal brotherhood of hoboes, sued
!ns orsani7it"cn for 14C weeks' sal
ary. ?1,4G0. here to lay. Kriie sets
loi-t'i that as president he was to re
ceive $111 a week and that in the face
c." iveiutr.t demands his salary has
noi been paid.
WILL IRWIN IN OKAEA
Onihs, Owt. 21 Tho next war
will ";; one of unpaif llcled dostruc
:ioa. A ri.'. of boail in;T planes will
dirr-ct t". by wireios to throw lcth
., 1 :Tri.--es on enemy cii-.s." according
o v. ill Irv. in. authbr, lecturing ba
i ire tle Omaha sociefy of fine arts
vn "the. next war."
."Inventions hav? rr.Kle it possible
Entire Eep.trr.ions Ccnirriissicn
Consult Wirth and Cabintt at
Berlin TJ. S. There.
sci'.ia l r-f bombiu'r plar-'
ing riic!.u.ond. Va.. early in the eve
rir.r; t absolutjlv wipe out New
Yrrk City by the next morning. An
other r.r would be short, but it
would be unspeakably destructive."
The opinion of all the members of
tire mmrni-'ion. includ ine th Ame r-
; i-a n ol 'ervcrs v as that unless rad
ivai lue-asurrs were ir.kc-n to sto? the
r'ei.reciaticn of the mark, the allied
jl.'owcrs v-cukl 1-c faced with a Ger
,mjn financial collapse.
Member-: said the qu -stion of how
j r.-'i-f ii Gorman;- could j ay within the
! next two you is, as v. rll as that re
il'tiug to deliveries of merchandise.
; might Lo sc'.tl'd rs a rc&ult of a Ber-
I'aris, Oct. 24.- The entire repara-!1,n lr'1'-
tio-.s commission, including Roland; The Fren h and triiihii repara
W Boyden.- American unonicial rep- ' tion. scheuuE will remr-in a suspense
tcscu-ativc, and Colonel James A.'tnitil the Berlin investigation is co:n
' Ln-i'ii, Jr.. acting in similar t a- 'p!eted. althcitg'u one of the objects
'- .v with the guar:;nte?s tommis- ' c-i the trip, it is sw-.Ud, will be re iv
sion," v.-iiV l?ave for Berlin Suadsy : r"-se further financial restrict ion on
evening to confer with Chancellor Germany.
Wirth and other German cabinet The-visit is also to 1'tve an import-
mc-mhors cn the financial crisis in ant induenct? on the question of the
; er-.ua ny aud the threatened total . proporcd Brussels conference on re-;
(oliaise cf the mark. ; parations and intcr-allied
The decision of the reparations probably definitely settling whether
commission to make the trip to Ber- , the conference will be held,
lin was reached unanimously at this
?ii'.raoo.n s session at snicu me
I'rcr.vh and British reparations plans
were uitder discussion.
NOTICE OP SALE
I i:r?uar.t to an cider of the dis
trict court the undersij; n"d offers for
the followirg de.-'-ribed rf.il
t te, Houth Park Addition Bctn 1, 2.
S, 4, 5, 6. 7, S. 9 and 10. blot k 3::;
Lo:s 1. 2. S. 4. L, C. ' am! s in
M:K-k 31 iu Young & Hays Addition.
.'' 25 in northwest quarter seti.n
i'J, to-wnshij) 12, rnic 14. All the
sbeve in the city of I'lattsinout I.
The east half of the onih t st
quarter section 1", township 1.
range !, Cass county. N b. Tro.-pei -tlv
purchasers to submit bids at
eirnpa:iied by a it-ni'i.-d l'-ck fur
iO jer cent of the amount of the bid.
S"le subject to the approval of ;)
court. Abstracts and mrr haiiiahi"
: itl-'s i " be furnishe-il. All bids to be
in by November ?,.. l'.'-2.
JOHN F. GORDER.
Rect i vf r.
debts, i r.r'-.-.t!rt 2-A-
Lc.t anytliir-j -
Try a Jonmal nd.
Ed MacAvoy and wife earn." t".on
from Oniahrt last evening to f-is joy a
visit here with home folks for a fe'
MAYFIELD CASE IS
GIVEN TO TE JURY
THE MILEURN TRIO
WILL GIVE ITS HRST NUMBER AT THE CHURCH
AT CEDAR CREEK, NEBR., ON
Saturday Evening, October 235h
at 8:00 O'Ciock P. M.f Sharp
Hits v.'ili be the Milburn Trio a recital company, with a
most excellent program. On the accordian Miss Beatrice
Arthur v.-iil play not alone the popular airs of today, but
music of Spain and Italy and from other days.
Miss Nellie Miller, who is a reader and a cultured con
tralto singer, is endovcd with unusual personality, unlimited
vitality and high i0.ea.l3. Miss Maureen Harper as the yiolin
:. of the Trio, is strong in solo and ensemble work, as well as
L;r-g a finished contralto and soprano.
Come and have a good laugh, as well as get some worth
while entertainment and you -will go away happier.
Aduits Season Ticket, $1.50 Child's Season Ticket, 75c!
Single Admission, 25 and 50c
Injunction Suit to Keep His Name ;
Off Ballet r.s Senate Candidate j
Goes to the Jury. j
Corsieana. Tex., Oct. 24. The in- j
junction suit seeking; to keep the
r.atr.e of Earl B. Mayfield off the of- 1
ficir:! ballot as democratic- candidate
for United States senator, was given i
10 the jury shortly alter 3 o'clock!
AKho the paramount issue in the
case will be settled with the jury's
t decision, the case is not over when
j the decision is mado. Then comes
j Judsr-j Scarbrou;rh's action on the
; motion to make permanent the tem-
jporary injunction restraining Sere-
tary of State Staples from placing j
Mayf.eld 3 name on the bailot. His j
decision will be guided by that of the ;
jury, according to his statement to
day. Thnre were but three arguments in
the case. Richard Mayes opened for
the plaintiffs last night. V. B. Mc
Lean spol:c for the defendant this
morning and M. Nickels closed for
the plaintiffs this afternoon. J:r. Mc
B?an in hi? argument today declared
that the or!y question in the case is
whether the republican or demo
crats shall sond the next senator to
Washington. He referred to the par
ties supporting George E. B. Peddy
as "negro-loving republicans."
Mr. McLean reviewed the testi
mony of Mike McNamara. star wit
ness against Mayfield. and challeng
ed the jury to believe his testimony
Mr. Nickels beecched the jury to
brinr a verdict for the plaintiffs on
each of the twenty-one questions de
claring that the preponderance of
the Broadway zip
tae evidence was wholly
After a hearty meal, take Doan'3
Regulets and assist your stomach,
liver and bowels. Regulets are a
mild laxative. 30c at all stores.
Henry Long of near Murray was
here today for a few hours visiting
jwith his many friends and looking
(after some matters of business.
We will have a Console type
shortly that will be the biggest
value on the market.
The Edison line is being in
creased and will range in price
from $6t) to $5,500.
The New Edison is
"The Fireside Encore
cf the Artist"
and comparison with
the living artist reveals no difference.
The genius of Mr. Edison hss
perfected the fastest and greatest
"hit"' service in the world.
It brings ycu Broadway s new
est dance sensations, played by
Broadway's favorite orchestras,
and brings them while Broadway
is still enthusing over them.
The New Edison Re-Creates
this music with such perfect rea!
ism, that you actually get all the
zip and flavor of the living Broad
The New Edison is the only
phonograph which gives you such
life-like dance music, because it
is the only phonograph which
sustains the test of direct compar
ison with living artbis.
If you warr? the world's best
dance music iri your home, get a
New Edison. $ (fill in vour
own first payment), puts it there.
How? Let us explain.
The! e are no longer any re
strictions on the sale of Etliscn
If ycu have an attachment
for your talking machine you
may new buy Edison records.
Even if they will not play ari
good as on the Edison, they
will play better and last long
er than any other.
Try them now!
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