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PIATTSJIOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
-. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922.
For Slate Representative Troy L. Davis
Troy L. Don-is has accepted the nomination on the re
publican ticket for Representative. He is a prcuhict of Cass
county, having lived, in the county all his life. He has been
engaged in farming and business and has been very success
ful in his hne. He is known for his honesty and integrity.
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' For State Senator Andrew F. Sturm
Andrew F Sturm, who has been nominated by the re
publicans to the office of State Senator, is a man highly es
teemed in this county. He. has, been engaged in the lumber
and grain business at Nehawka for the past thirty-five years.
He is a man of good education, possessing a strong personal
ity and thoroughly equipped to represent the people of Cass
county in the Senate, he having served in the Senate two
terms and given general satisfaction.
For County Clerk George R. Sayles
George R. Sayles, candidate on the republican ticket for
Count- Clerk, was born on a farm near Cedar Creek, in Eight
Mile Grove precinct, and has been a resident of the county
for forty-five years. He received his education in the public
schools and the state university. He has filled the office of
Clerk for one term and is entitled to a re-election, as he has
made good in the offiice, filling and performing the duties
with integrity and efficiency.
For County Attorney A- G. Cole
A. G. Cole, candidate on the republican ticket, has filled
the office of County Attorney for two terms and has the rec
ord of securing more convictions with less expense to the tax
payers than any of his predecessors. Mr. Cole is a good
lawyer and is faithful to the interests of the county, which is
very' important, as all the county officers go to him for legal
advice and all the business of the county is conducted in line
with his decisions from a legal standpoint.
-. For Register of Deeds Mrs. Edna D. Shannon
Mrs. Edna D. Shannon, who has been nominated by the
republicans for this important office, was born and raised in
Cass county, is a graduate of the Weeping Water high school,
and has had eight years of business experience and four years
. in the office of Register of Deeds, which she has filled to the
entire satisfaction of the patrons of the office. Mrs. Shannon
is entitled to. a second .term on her record alone..
For County Treasurer Will T. Adams
IV ill T. Adams, who has received the nomination on the
republican ticket for Treasurer of Cass county, js well and
favorably known to a large number of the voters, having filled
the office of Deputy County Clerk for the last four years.
He is well acquainted with the tax list, it having been his duty
to make it up for certification to the Treasurer's office during
the past four years, which of itself would qualify him for
the position. He has lived in Cass county fdr almost a life
time and has been engaged in farming school teaching and
other lines of work. He solicits your support and, if elected,
will fill the office to the best of his ability.
For Sheriff C D. Quinton '
C. D. Quinton, who is the choice of the republicans of
Cass county" for the important office of . SheriiT, has demon
strated what he can do. There is no office in the county where
experience is so much needed as in the office of Sheriff par
ticularly, is this true in these times of laze enforcement. Mr.
Quinton was raised in Cass county and grew to manhood on
a farm near Avoca, Nebraska. He has filled the office of
Sheriff several terms and has never failed to enforce the law
without fear or favor.
For Commissioner, 2nd DisL C F. Harris
C. F. Harris is the republican nominee for Commissioner
in the Second district. He was born on a farm 57 years ago,
in the state of Virginia, and came to Cass county when 19
years of age. For some time he Worked in the clothing store
of C. E. Wescott at Plattsmouth, later purchasing a farm in
Liberty precinct, where he has engaged in farming for a long
time. He has held numerous positions of honor and trust in
his precinct and in the county. He has filled one term as
County Commissioner ' and has filled it well, having been a
tireless worker for the interests of the county and tax payers,
lie has been a constant booster for good roads at a nominal
cost of construction. The voters will do. well to see that Mr.
Harris i rseturncd for another term. . , ; ,
For Commissioner, 3rd Dist H. R. Schmidt
. R. Schmidt'h'a.3 lived in Cass county for 41 years, in
the neighborhood of Murdock and has worked at farming;
being later engaged in the contracting business? at which he
has been 'successful. He has assessed Elmwood precinct for
thirteen years with the very best satisfaction. If elected to
the office of Commissioner, he will give the people the very
best service of which he is capable, "
For County Surveyor Fred Patterson
Fred Patterson has filled the office of Surveyor so long
and is so well known over the county, that it is needless to
say anthing other than that he is a candidate for re-election.
THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY WILL MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN VOTING FOR ANY OF
: THE. ABOVE CANDIDATES, ;
cne extra process
rrhlch gives a
CI G ARETTE
NAVY DAY CELE
BRATED III EAST
Pageantry, Flags and Addresses in
New York and at Navy Yard
Pilgrimmage to. Grave.
New York, Oct. 27. A tiny Amer
ican flag placed by some venture
some Easts ide school boy. flutters in
stiffening: breezes at the pier head of
a Jetty on the East river. The At
lantic fleet, in eala attire, rides at
! anchor on the wide North river. And
j between the two rivers today, with
flowers and flaps, parades and ad-
dresses. New York observed Navy
day. hi one celebration paying hom
age to the sea forces of the nation
and commemorating the birtLday of
Broadway - was gay In tri-hued
bunting and patriotic colors. Fifth
avenue, great in hanging flags, re
flected the solemnity of the occasion.
While Roosevelt drive, with the sol
diers' and sailors monument draped
?nd banked with wreaths for the oc
casion, and with the fleet in the dis
tance, spoke the martial message of
A birthday festival will be held to
night at Carnegie Hall. In school
houses throughout the city, the oc
casion was observed by the children.
A special celebration was held on
the Eastslde. where under the aus
pices of the League of Foreign Born
citizens paid tribute to the memory
of Colonel Roosevelt in parades and
meetings which frequently revealed
traces of old world customs. Five
thousand East side school children
took part In a picturesque pageant.
In Fifth avenue churches, special
services were held. A. community
sing. In which - hundreds of sailors
from the fleet participated, was held
in the Collegiate Church of St. Nich
olas. For the first time since the United
States entered the war in 1917, the
New York Uavy yard was thrown
open to the public, and many paid
their tribute to the present sea
forces and the work f Roosevelt as
assistant secretary of the navy, by
visiting and inspecting the ships at
Two places were singled out for
special pilgrimmages. One was a, re
stored home on East Twentieth street
where Theodore Roosevelt was born
and which was opened to visitors by
the Women's Roosevelt Memorial as
sociation. The other was the grave
of Roosevelt at Oyster Bay. Many
visits were made to the grave thru
out the day by delegations from pa
triotic and military organizations,
and by far the largest' of these was
the company of 1,000 Boy Scouts,
whose visit to Oyster Bay on the
birthday of the former president has
become an annual custom.
To Gain a Good Eeputation
The way to gain a good reputation
Is to endeavor to be what you ap
pear. That is precisely the manner
in which Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has gained its reputation as a
cure for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Every bottle that
has ever been put out by the manu
facturers has been fully up to the
high standard of excellence claimed
for it. People have found that it
can be depended upon for the relief
and cure of these ailments and that
it is pleasant and safe to take. Wey
rich & Hadraba.
WILL GIVE DEMONSTRATION
Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, who has
put the Wilson Rotary Collander on
the marke will give a demonstra
tion of thi3 useful household article
at the home of Mrs. Georgia Cream
er near Murray on next Thursday
afternoon. Anyone having cooked ap
ples or other foodstuffs that are suit
able for use In a collander can bring
same and have it worked free of
charge. Come and attend .this demonstration.
MARRIED BY JUDGE
From Friday Dally.
Yesterday afternoon County Judge
Beeson was called to Join In the
bonds of , wedlock Edgar M. Baldwin
of Brock, Neb., and Miss Esther M.
Grant of Pacific Junction and the
court performed the ceremony in his
usual pleasing manner. ,
After making several payments on
good piano party returns It in per
fect condition. You can pay me the
unpaid balance and take it. Easy
payments. A. O. Cline, 1513 Douglas
St., Omaha, Nebr. ,
PLASTERING AND MASON WORK.
Miss Etta Nickels of near Murray
was among the visitors' irs the city
today attending to some trading; with
Mont Rohb 'was .a visitor In the
city today looking after, his work in
the grain business as well as calling
on his host of friends.
. Mrs, O. A. Davis and Mrs. Ed S.
Tutt of Murray were here today for
a few hours looking after some trad
ing with the merchants.
A marriage license was issued this
morning to Howard TayTor and Miss
Clara Smith, both of Louisville, and
who will be married there at the
homo of the bride.
William Stohlman, of Louisville,
democratic candidate for county com
missioner in the second district was
here today for a few hours visiting
with his many friends here.
R. L. Propst came up this rnorn
'ng from his home in Florida and
vill spend a week or ten days here,
incidentally doing bis duty as a cit
izen by voting in the coming elec
tion. Daniel Rueter. wife and baby,
were here yesterday for a few hours
?njoying a visit with, their friends
ind while here were cfillers at the
Journal office. They motored over
."rom near Manley.
Mrs. D. E. Hilton of Montreal,
Canada, who has been visiting in
Chicago and the east, arrived here
this morning and will visit here for
some time with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
McMaken and other relatives and
'rom Friday's t'any
Dick Braner, Henry Klimm and
Misses Rosalie Halmes and Marie
Klimm were visitors in this city
Wednesday for a short time.
Isy Rosenthal, the Delco light
king of Omaha, was In the city to
iay looking after some matters of
business and calling on his many
John C. York and wife departed
this morning for Narkada. Kansas,
where they expect to spend a few
jays there visiting at the home of a
ister of Mr. York.
Mr3. R. F. Patterson of this city
ind sister, Mrs. G. H. Falter of Falls
City, who has been here for a short
visit, were among those going to
Omaha this morning to attend the
silver Jubilee of Bishop E. V. Shay
ler. L. J. Mayfleld and wife. James
Stander and Andrew and John A.
Elexon. all of Louisville, motored
over this morning to make a short
business trip here, and the last two
gentlemen were callers at the office
f the clerk of the district court to
secure their citizenship papers.
FUNERAL OF MRS. BURREE
For atf kinds of plastering, brick
and concrete work, call telephone
From Saturday's Dally
The funeral services of the late
Mrs. Mary J. Burbee were held yes
terday from the Baptist church at
Union and conducted by the Rev. W.
A. Taylor, an old friend and neigh
bor of the family. Rev. Taylor spoke
feelingly of the long and faithful,
Christian life of the departed and
her tenderness and love for the fam
ily that she had reajed and to the
children be brought word3 of com
fort and cheer in their hour of grief
and sorrow in the blessed promise of
the Master of the reuniting in the
The body was brought to Platts
mouth where it was laid to rest in
Oak Hill cemetery beside that of the
husband who had preceded her in
death some twenty-seven years ago.
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to an order of the dis
trict court, the undersigned offers
for sale the book accounts, and bills
receivable due the firm, of E. G.
Dovey & Son. These accounts and
bills receivable can be seen by re
JOHN F. GORDER.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Ten acres close in. Also six room
cottage, city water, electricity, tele
phone and two lots. Rents for $15
per month. Price, $1,400, on easy
o2S, 3d 3sw R. B. WINDHAM.
Blank books at the Journal Office.
PROGRESSIVE PARTY TICKET
For U. S. Senator
HON. JAMES L. BEEBE ..Omaha
HON. HARRY C. PARMENTER
ABRAHAM LINCOLN TIDD
.'. For State Senator
JOHN SHERWOOD Nebraska City
GEORGE F. WILSON Elmwood
Edward W. ThimgaffJ . Murdock
For County Clerk
ROBERT E. LISTER Plattsmouth
Foxs County Attorney .
A. H. DUXBURY Plattsmouth
For Register of Deeds
idler Knit and Godot Suoatorc!
"ne ideal utility worsted coat four 50
pockets, V" neck collars blue and mmmm
heather shades. The very best coat of
its kind. . V
Keller shaker knit sweat- Men's all-wool sport co-its,
ers; seal, brown, riavy, ma- bched and plain, heaUleir
roon, oxford an( gray " shades.forall around use
$5.50 to $7 ' $&, $6.56; $7
si. 'si j -V'
$6.50 to $8
Men's Pult-Ovef Sweaters ail
colors and combination . .-..'
Warm Flannel Shirts, every wanted weight and
Style $2.25 to $5 OCr.
Outing Flannel Night Gowns and Pajamas lowest prices consistent with value.
But Attorney General Says Either
One May Accept Progressive
Assistant Attorney General Mason
W'heelor has given the following
opinion to Charles Dorby, county at
torney of Howard county:
"You ask if a candidate for a coun
ty office on the democratic ticket who
received the nomination on that tick
et after a personal filing can have
his name appear on the progressive
and republican tickets at the general
election by receiving the endorsement
of both parties at the primary.
"The general principle is that at
the general election a candidate must
carry his true colors, and a republi
can cannot masquerade as a demo
crat and run at the election as a dem
ocrat. I State vs. Well, 92 Nebr.
"Both the republican and demo
cratic parties are old well establish
ed and antagonistic parties, conse
quently upon the authority of the
case above" cited" In our opinion a
democratlc nominee is not entitled
to have his name appear on the re
publican' ticket at the .election.
"The progressive party was form
ally organized in Nebraska. Whether
or not it is an' independent antago
nistic party is a question of fact up
on which we have not sufficient in
formation to base an opinion. From
newspaper account the progressive
party has indorsed several democrat
ie candidates for state offices, and it
may be that some republicans have
accepted the progressive . indorse
ment. By proper action on the part
of the central committees of the pro
gressive party such party In our opin
ion may indorse candidates at either
the republican or democratic parties,
and if such candidates care to ac
cept such Indorsement their names
should appear on the ballot followed
by a bracket containing the words:
"Republican or democrat an4 progressive."
Blani Books at the Journal Office
MONEY TO LOAN
Private money to ioan on farm
land. Inquire at law office of D. O.
Dwyer. ' ' o!3-d&w?
Blank Doofcs! Yes yon can ge
af all kinds. The Journal.
V. 0. DAniWIG
Democratic Candidate for
Your Support Solicited
-The Main St. Garage-
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We Overhaul and Repair All Makes!
Charge Batteries! Do.Welding!
LIVERY AND TRUCKING!
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Lower Main Street
On tho Democratic Ballot
at the November Election You Will Find
the Name of ?
Candidate for County Treasurer.
VOTE FOR HER
Your Support Will Be Appreciated.
Valid reason Why you should vote the Democratic ticket. Notice below the
State taxes of 1916, under Democratic administration and 1921 taxes, under
Republican administration. 'VT - K
Oscar H. Gapen
E. O. Ruff a r
L. WV Amick
O. A. Davis
C. M. Cb.riwis8r
Year of 1316 -Year of 191 Year of 1921
TotaT 1 1 State
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No. 5 9 3-W, Plattsmouth. tf-w. !
EMIL J. HILD Plattsmouth.
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