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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, NOVEIEE 2, 1022.
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PARTY MEETS WITH
BAD LUCK HERE
WILL MAKE CHANGE
Packard Car Loaded With Occupants
Well Liquored up and Three
Bottles of Hootch Taken.
From Monday's Dally.
Late Saturday evening: when the
midnight hour was drawing near and
the larger part of the dwellers in the
eity were ret I -ed at their homes, a
party of South Omaha gentlemen in
varying stages of intoxication were
gathered in by Sheriff Quinton. De
puty State Sheriff Grebe' and Frank
Detleff on Main street near the cor
ner of Fourth and Main street and
the party escorted to the city jail to
rest until the majesty of the law
could operate on their case.
The party were driving a Packard
of a type several years old but which
is still some wagon for traveling and
at the time the officers took the men
in there was also discovered in the
car three bottles of the prohibition
nooun. which, it is stated, was of
the highest power. One of the bot
tles contained the favorite Omaha
corn juice while the other two bot
tles proved to contain a mixture of
eionble-treared wine and corn togeth
er and was a beverasre calculated to
transform the ordinary peaceful citi-'
zeil into .1 rent wrrr?nr rr n fit culi
je t for the embalming parlor.
The members of the party gave
the names of Jim Gillam. Jack Swin-
ey. Walt Lewis. Harry Chamberlain. !
Pen Slapnick and John Savier, who'
was the driver of the car. j
The men were held her over night I
anu yesiereiay morning arranged a
cash bond for their release for ap
pearance here on next Saturday for
trial tiefore Judge Weber. When the
citv lias finished with the party they;
will be delivered over to the county
authorities for treatment and the'
The erection of the oil filling sta
1 tion of'the Collins Co. at corner of
Sixth and Vine street, is going to
make a great uitterence in the ap
pearance of that section of the city
and eliminate a rather unsightly In
tention that has existed for some time.
I All of the spring and summer the
grounds there were overgrown with
weeds and grass and the residence
I there has been allowed to fall into
'disuse and therefore been far from
1 sightly. The oil company has had a
'number of t lie trees there felled and
is clearing away the lot to make way
for the latest and up to date filling
station. It will be a real modern
touch to the appearance of the north
ern portion of the city.
W. R. G. LADIES
ENJOY HALLO WET PARTY !
Fine Social Time Enjoyed
Rcoms of the Patriotic
cieties on Saturday
The members of the
ief Corps were the
Worn a n 's
From Tuesday's ra:iy.
A Hallowe'en party
the public library '.-;
noon by the Service ! ;
benefit of children thai
the little playlet give:
(James of all kinds wer
a great numbi r m' pi ::
out to ti e children. Tl:
ted 1 .fill and they U
e!: hti d to t lie children : i
eiits who so kindly a
1 i i'g on 1 he play. -V;
departed for their in::
Ueaied with barrs '
treats that helped to me
one that will be long
by all those present.
as given at
rda y a Tier- j
g'le for the'
'00k part i 11
bet week, j
" ' iv giv.-n 1
!'.! 1 a i iy ill-
i 1 heir pur- I
i:i put - I
lie eh i bi l'en
! LIES. PETER MANN POORLY
to mm mm
lew davs Mr;
th.- old and high'.;.
ills r.i .his ity,
it' ; ie; l - - : 1 1 1 it inn a t
son. C.eorge !!. M:
Will Preside in Di:;:;ict Court, in
Douglas County V: Request of
thi y v.
KEEPER FOR THE
- ENTER BANK AT
John Heck of Havelock, One of the
Efficient Men on the Systeni,
Is to Come Here.
car which is a very
will be disposed of by
One of the party,
was born in this city.
has not been here
childhood and the
the place of his nativity was one that
he will long remember if not very
Prom Monday's Patty.
To fill the vacancy in the Uurlinsr
ton store department here occasion
ed by the transfer of Mr. W. b Hun
eke to the position of special travel
ing storekeeper. Mr. John Heck, the
present superintendent at Havelock.
is being transferred to this city.
The change is made to cover the
present emergency as Mr. Huneke
will act as traveling storekeeper
during the rush of the busy season
and may be made permanent if the
company decides that this office
should be continued to expedite the
handling" of affairs, anil to handle
the situation here Mr. Heck will take
charge at once.
The new storekeeper comes to this
city highly recommended as one of
valuable one. 'the best men in this department of
the county of-'the Burlington and with a long ex
j perience in service, having been for
Don Slapnick. 'a long period at Aurora. III., prior
iie stated, but i to iroinir to Havelock and since bis
since his early , assumption of the office at Havelock
nomecoming to.be has secured a much irreater efii- 1
ciency in his department there.
Saturday afternoon to the
of the (Jrand Army of the Republic
at the rooms of the two societies in
the court house and as a result there
was an unusually large attendance
of both societies and a grand and
glorious time enjoyed for the after
As is usual in these meetings, the
patriotic note was greatly in evi
dence and in the readings and mu
sical selections there was an inspir
ing suggestion of the spirit that has
made these two organisations such
factors in our country. .
On the short but well selected j Jobbers T;0 tfot oltsi Anvthirir
program, .uis-es i reua iMinger ami
Hazel (. Iugy gave two uehghttr.l
readings while the musical portion
of the program was in charge of Mrs.
K. H. Wescott. The members of the
W. R. C. and G. A. R. joined in th
in SFfii-s2 snrsj
Going' Through the Vault
Safe in Front.
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e Sum'eT.e Coml
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lire- : .;
1 i ' of old
o:i 11 tile
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mos, mm m-
has In ei ;i!;iK nig
lime. Mrs. Man
i;i years and has
suffering from 1 h
a ge and !e r eoint h ion
.:reat deal of apore
lMemb'i's of the fam-
TlMimas of Nebraska
r. is here asist i ng
leorg ' Mann and the
ire of the mother.
Relatives and Friends Gather to
joy Occasion vi'U This High
ly Esteemed Woman.
r . r s 'j
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(S cb e : e 1
to the i nr
AGE ARE DEfiiEQ
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a iid 11 ie"
! he 0!) -e;
c : ;a :i
. da.; 1
! ctei 71 7 ry l'e'i. ; . in"
de!i.'.-hi I'm! time
red to ; s.
; 'iice of the jin:
il!;iiersai y ainl i I.
that ail will long
v tit N.-as i7i the n:
n hi t i '
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singing of the war time songs, whose
sweet melodies still have a great hold
on the heart of the American people
Mid this was a feature enjoyed by
During' the afternoon Mrs. Oliver
Hudson, treasurer of the W. R. C.
for a number eif year, was presented
with one of the beautiful silk flags
that the society presents as a token
of faithful work in the patriotic
The htst. but not by any means the
least of the features of the day was
the luncheon served by the ladies
and the boys of 'til disposed of the
dainties in 1 manner that was a re
minder of the old armv davs.
' c. re
-?h the D:
-Up.lO'l 1 to
: b:;uk rob-
c I'l'ssinj, from ti
I The i'aci 01 tb.e ti:t
jbank v. r.s n.)i made
late yesterday aft em:".'
iff Quinton v a:: uotiti-
lary : ml i.r'e'e' a hr.rrh
i ! lie sci'iK' 'f ;:eJ ion.
! It seems t lis t the
jtlieir way into Tb.e ie;
tf a w r. 1 o v oh
i i'l'e;: ;
f .J'le. ;
1 v. i 1 1 i ; : g
-.lt !',; io:
,:s s.. n t
s ' n
a '. i o
;e 1 teg lev
M'jCrop. According' to Experts, is Far
Greater Than Predicted Har
vest Season Now On.
Th" event vas in the nati
:urrri-:e and the members
party came with baskets hid
the r! oicest dainties that c
imagined and which formed t
of a delicious luncheon. Out
teattic s oi t re junc neon
en v i 1 !
r.t; ..e i.ts
the past two
o:i - ii
. o . 1 1
i-.--ie"i allv in
- i- a erv
FARM FIRE SOUTH
OF TOWN DOES CON
Ereak into Station of Standard Oil
Co.. Steal - d Take it Out
- - i Blew it.
Elaze Starts in Timber of Albert
Timmis and Spreads to Corn
Field Located Nearby.
ERS AT SOCIAL
there foci: !
ent7-.ui"e tu the main 1: t,i i-,"j r.
The vault which '.vas n; - '(.; e l.
opened aa 1 fivmi indie:'' io 1 the
ties had n.nd" a search 't; i! v:
hat failed to f;-i I anythi:. : that
worth their taking.
'1 h.e funds a;.d valimi'des of
hank a'v rent in lar'.-e sife
c:ts in the Ironr 0! t.ie iiui- 'ni
ti:e window and "fo ic.Cz !fi: "a
require tie .r.;ct i;al dts.i.;"t:
ihe building ite'r a:ei t!ie
The Ladies of the Strikers with Their!
Families Enjoy Fine Time at
the K. of C. Hall.
crafts gave a very pleasant
evening to the member.; of
families on Saturday evening
. ; : 1 ' i
! i a . ' ' to the
". tee bench
.as ;-"s. d e
on:e before !
J.i.'t V. !! v
:i t is .1 istri
J iiy the :a
: r th" pic.-:
hift the jud
ir court term is drawing
nojlt Oi Judge- 1'cgie
en i: ft;
nr. r.tu r
1 the f-af
i r 1 1 .
. i'l take
t has net
lit law is
.e s a roe ir
1 1 re
v.- i 1 1
t ri V 'x
'":e( t s
se-ctirn of the- state for
weeks l.es be. 11 presenting t!ie busi
est sort ef a scene. Most of the
picl-ing has now b en completed, al
though there are a nun. her of apple
trees of the later bearing variety
that are yet redder. in ir in the ss.in-s-hine.
I and pieki
i ih: a are
I ri (es :.!:d
ii iked by Mrs. Rud
whie-h had upon ir
cmhlamatie ef t!:
these unpicked trees are
e twigs v.-'t.h fruit, and
that t ho;. would run
40 b'sshclr- each. IMeker?
.-id- titlv too great for the
rchbers to take.
W. .1. Ran. the cashier of th.' ban":,
was out ef the city Sunday and up
to yc-t'-rday and the fact that the
bank ir; be e:i entered was not dis-
mothers and sisters ef,cevered 1 1 : 1 ; I hi- ;e!u:n yerterd-'.y.
of tlie striking sliou i The cashier and tie t fleers of the
social ; bank are feeling well pica a 1 that
tlieir:the unwelcome ca1 rs trade th.ir
it the , ge t away v. ithout ileiir.g anv e!-;!:.are
over ti'C wo
he'!i a !i nor. nc
art. which un-e-mpow
i r' d t o
d as they deem
as the Novcm-
y's 7 empn-
e expected in a
SI-IALL FIRE OCCURS
From Tcesdnv's Dally.
Last niirht a small fir
ia the- s". -end ward whe
tore li.aae u-"d bv .lames
a a small
; n ;
ca i'n was diseo
Saturday afternoon there was more
or less excitement in the farming
community ahmg the banks of the
Missouri river south of this city,
when a serious fire was eliscovereel
raging in the timber on the farm of
Albert Timmis and which soon
spread to the corn field
l.ni Monday's Dally.
Last night our neighboring city of
('ilenweioel was visited by senae real
bold, bad robbers who mnele- a clean
ing at the oil station of the Stand
ard Oil company a block south 01 the
public square and
tlie safe e'ontainin
the company had se-eure d from sev- i uini1 prevented the flames from trav-Jun,i
made awav with where it wiped out five row
g the "j:tck" that he fore it was checked. T
e-ral days' sales of gas anil oil.
Th robbers after breaking into
the oTu-e of ihe filling station re
moved ihe safe, placed it in their car
or truck and eirove to the eelge of
town where the safe was blown open !
and the contents carried away by
'the robbers. Just the exact amount !
secured was not learned here hir.!
was a very good haul feir the night '
. ti 11
LECTURE ATTHACTS MANY
ered by Harry
letr mf n, only, e-.eliv-Sapiro
of the Omaha
at the I'resbvtj-riaiT
toward the house and barn
soon as the blaze was eliscover-
: ed the neighbors respondeel ami
i w orked with determination to stop
the lire and after a hard struggle
i succeeded in getting the lire under
i It is thought that hunters in the
woods had built a small fire and left
tlie embers burning there anel the
pparks seem catching the elry leaves
spread very rapidly ami soejn workeel
along to the edge of the clearing,
where they caught in the elry ceirn
stalks and quickly brought prospects
of a serious conflagration in the
Knights of Columbus hall aad which
.'.as attended by a large number of
the families of those who are out on
the railroad strike.
The evening w as spent in elancin
for those who were lovers ef the obl
tst of the arts while tlie more se
eiate members of the party spent the
time playing caril games in the lodge
rooms 011 the second floor. j
During the evening the ladie'S serv- j
ed a verv eniovable luncheon that'
idjenning jadeleel to tlie delights of tlie occasion. I
s of corniJind as there was an overflowing sun-'
1 lie SOUtll ,,lv of ti e good thine such
was auctioned off and many of the
party secured a choice supply of
dainties fer their Sunday repast.
; : v i .
in ii hi 11! I.'
etf i i : e
ca u e t
7n i ..I'.-.t ;hey h
struei ion e f v u
thai g'-!Kn;i'v 1'
In n 1. robbers, is ci i'i
Ie! that their h
;.. f ..
s tre:ite d
the surplus stoe-k :
OF MIR OASES
;s. The store house'
or tb.e ble;u h.ing etf
to iis ue in -aakili'
r.! ur.ring tl::s process it 1
-vi!h ihemieais and tliis is
to ha caused a
started the blaze.
Whu. the fire was discovereel the
..".all building was in a blaze and
the members etf the fa.mily and some1
pass r.-'iy at or.ee. started in to form
-. bock-'t brii;T!'ie to attempt to 'heck
;h : and by the time the fire
dr aartmont arrive! ): fire was vl!
i-.ri'i r control.
As (he- r. stilt of the fire Mr. R' bal
uffeiiii a total loss of t In- broom
corn, which a meu.nt e:l to abeuit .."ith
CALLED ON SAD MISSION
Parties Caught With Liquor aiul A!-;
so Charged With Being;' Drunk !
Given their Triinrr.irjis. I
HUGH NEEDED MOISTURE
ARRIVES AT 11 O'CLOCK
POLICE COURT NOTES
enureii yesterday afternoem. en-1
jeiye-d te the- utmost by some seventy-j From Tuesday's Daily
live- men eif the co:nmunity. This morning Judge Weber had
The speaker tedel of his early life ; be-fore' him Walter Uurke. charged
and experienees and the vision of! with creating some trouble arounel
Christ that eama to h::a. em the bat-his heune firesielc and making divers
tie fie Ids in France th.it converted i threats anel remarks anel which in
bim from the older faith to that of ! vei'veel the well known bo 11 n' iloir.
' Walter has a hetun' dog that he prizes
i very highly and v. hie h is in the hab-
Frem Tueseiay'8 iany.
1 Yesterday alternoon Claude C.
; Smith departed feir Albany. Missouri.
' where he was calleel by the v-ry seT
ious conelition ef an aunt, Mrs. Mary
t Sedlars Hunt, who has sue-ered a
streike of paralysis that has rcndereel
her helpless and he-r e-eindition was
such that her eleath was expeeied at
any time. ,Airs. Hunt is the letste-r
meither of Mr. Smith having tak'-n
him in childhood at the time of the
eleath of her sister, the mother of
Claude, anel reareel him to manhextl
anel the message of her illness came
as a very severe blow te the nephew
who hastened tf) her bedside.
!ia m We her w ;
a'te mo. 71
r i s
Sou'h Omaha party
n in bere Satrrday
She ric (iuinton. Dili'
liam Civ ic and Co
aipear liefore him f
their ease-, as the eo
I to h.avi
v eui in
Preiii Tiiot-'nv? Daily
Starting i: la- t night
ht, a fine
rainfall visited this
r Jones, Wil-i-taiile
r a bearing of
1 rt. had re' e c-
i h r- eif.this
Th r:in ha:
, : "et tctn
j fall oT
( hristianity ami he also teibl of the
many ot ,iewi:.t taitli v.lio ha. I ex
Iierie need conversion to the faith e.f
Christ. Tlie greater part of the? le-c-ture
was take-n up with a eliscussion
ef the bible anel its teachings anel
siiowee! a dep study on the part of
In the course of his remarks the
speake r tedel of incidents of the Jew
ish persecution in Russia, his native
land, and the horrors that had made
life impossible in that region, al
most, feir these eif the Jewish race.
In the evening Mr. Sapiro spoke
to a mixed audience at the Christian
church anel his aeielress was very well
ree ei veel.
EXPANSION OF SKEEP RAISING
URGED BY THE RESERVE BOARD
pee-tcel the livm until a later elate.
However, tb.e ceiurt wa.s ail ready
te elo business and the griml of the
judicial jiroceel ings started and the
iiie'S for their offen" elistribute-d
aiming the me-mie rs eu tie parly.
Jeihn Savier, who was driving the;
ear in which the party had b"en
traveling, elre'w the. first prize', .loo
ami trimmings, while the other mem
bers ef the' party drew the sum etf
$lu and feists each for their revel
in the fiedds of the lorbielelcli fruit.
it of seeking repose in the house and
a few days ago the dog was rudely
ejected by Mrs. Burke, stepmother of
Walter, and thereupon the pent up
.wrath of Walter dcseenileel on Mrs.
I Uurke ami the result was that the
law was calleel upon anel Acting Chief
j of Police Elliott hastened out yester
iday and served the warrant that led
( to the defendant being in court this.
morning. Judge Weber after hearing '
I the evidence in the case gave the'
Minneapolis, Oct. HO. Expansion
in tb.e northwest of the sheep rais
ing imlustry. which was characteriz
ed as having been placed in the
strongest strategic position in its
history by the new tariff on wool
anel sheep products, was ur.geel in the
FAILS TO DISPLAY CARD
From Tuesday's Daily.
Ye.steulay afternoon Cemnty At
teirney Cole wa.s kept right em the
job of celministcriug tb.e prosecuting
LOOT NATIONAL GUARD ROOM
VERY SERIOUSLY AFFECTED
Nebraska City, Oct. 30. Burglars
e ntereel the heailquarters room of thei
Nebraska national guard here last
night, thru a back door, and carried
a'.Vav Severn 1 !-. it nI rrwl Iz-l ! .c- ..nil.
- - --.. Muiii.t v .... i ju i . nui III
of clothing, guns, ammunition and
other supplies kept there. According
to the officers, there was a woman in
the gang, as tracks of a woman's
shoe were plainly seen in the dust on
a table that was used to lift nne of
prisoner ten days in the city jail. advantageous conditions
A young man named Scheissl
was in court yesterday on a com
plaint from County Attorney Cole
charging him with trapping musk
rats out of season anel the court de
cideel that a fine of $1 and costs was
sufficient as the young man diel not
fully realize the game laws relative
monthly rcpeirt of the Ninth Federal 1 end
The report said the sheep raising
business should be considered by a
large numner ot tanners in the Squires, who hails fro a
northwest because of the prevailing : bn nks r tii Pint!.-, rive
era 1 oa r t !
through the flay a small
moisture took place that
inch de-sireel relief for the
portion oi the coun
nppnrently been gen-
-tate and will be erne
as the elry weather
the fall wheat m7ik
in certain Idealities
bad I h.r"a,tened
in a; a drop anel
there will be a heavy hiss in the
wheat. The parties driving in toelay
from tlie. country roiort tb.e reiaels
as being very slipnorly but the good
that the rain has done meire than
off -sets the inconvenience that it may
cause the travelers.
DEATH OF MRS W. G. JACK
the burglars higher.
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 : will be one of the great difficulty but
payments. A. O. Cline, 1513 Douglas which, it is honed. Will irivf the nn
From Tuesday's Dallv.
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Smith were in
Omaha yesterday to visit with their
son, Raymond, at the Methodist hos
pital. The young man is in very ser
ious condition as the outgrowth of an
injury to his hip and spine and which
has been causing him more or less
trouble for the last year. The attend
ing physicians expect to have to per
form a very serious operation on the
young man in the future and which
the law at his ei'hco in tin
court house a.r.el among those who
were on hand to have this parthu
lnr brand of justice applied was Rem
r etve'r in t lie
ISt., Omaha, Nebr.
regions of Sarpy caunty. Mr. .Sijuires
was charged with having eiperated
a motor vehicle em the public high
ways ef Cass counfy witheuit the cer
tificate from thet treasurer being
properly displayed in the ear as re
quireel by law.
The complaint was filed before
Justice William Weber who hastened
to the court house te heild a session
of his tribunal of the law and as the
result Mr. Squires was fined $." and
costs and allowed to go his way re
joicing and with his Fore! ear restor
ed after being kept here over Sun
day in the custody of Sheriff Quiii-
Mrs. W. II. Jack e'.ieel at her home
near Eagle. Neb., October 1022.
She was born, in Ohio. Ib'cember 4,
IS 17 anel was marrie'd tei William 0.
Jack in 1ST.'.. In 1SS0. they came to
Nebraska and setlb'd on a prairie
farm in Otoe county which was their
residenee until her eleath. Mrs. Jack
lied em the- fifth anniversary of her
husband's death, which occurred Oc
tober 1 1 1 7. W. ('.. Jack was well
known by all county and state of
ficials because of Ms activities for
the republican party.
Two e hildreui survive: Olive
Mamie, an assistant in the library
etf congre'ss at Washington, 1). C.
and Earnest W.. who is married ami
living on the home farm.
Funeral services for Mrs. Jack
were' held from her late residence.
Sunday. October 22. the Rev. Mr.
Davis of Nora anel the Rev. Mr. Mor
rison of Palmyra officiating. Inter
ment was maele Jn Rosewood ceme
cen.is a bushel
nr is their exclusive job.
place d in th" rows between
there tlie picker flump' the
frr.if. A watrrm comes ahmg a iittie
later an! t"'.;es the full boxes ami
itaves empty etnes be'hinel.
The aaphs are dumped into r-heds
er other :?tora;re facilities and there
sorted. Many etf the orchards are
ael'i g direct to the consumer. At
revet a' of them the other day cars,
were lined up taking their turn in
getting fruit. The apple-s are run
through a grader into waiting bask
ets and then flumped into the auto
metbibs. The graded fruit is sold at
the orchard fetr a dollar a bushel,
while otiier stuff runs as leiw as :;.
If the Ires that are still bearing
are a fair average, the crop must
have been as big as some of the stor
ies eif returns show it to have been.
Several orchard men saiel it was an
average crop, while others report big
yields. The Shuberts. whet have sev
eral eirchaTds aroi.r.d the town etf
that name, are picking 50.000 bush
la this year.
At Shubert the re is :i big cider mill
iiiat .stores it produce in great vats,
and much of it is shippeei in tank
cars as oil is handled.
A number of new orchards are be-in-:
developed in tlrat seetieui of the
state, and within a few years the pret
duction from these commercial or
chards will be eloub'ed iiild treble. 1.
The l.oess Land company, in which
a number of Lincoln men are inter
ested, has COO acres of land upon
which it has planted 4S0 acres of
trees, some of which are coming into
bi7 thd iv e
Me isinue r, a
ie si e-ss a nd
The evening was spent in e
playing and i:i the enjoyment
niii.-.ic by tlie Edison that . eve'
add to the delights of th" ."C.
and it was not until tb.e m'ini
hour that the party etisliamleii
retired to their home's, wishing
Mcisir.gvr manv, manv more
Those attending were (I. I.. M.-i-singer
and family. Anton Meisi!"'. r
".nd family. Ad. tin Meisii.ger a7id
.'.! r -..
ip M :
fill.! ii V
ily. W. II.
firaiiflma Me-isinrer and
-inger. W. H. Mei'in:;e
A. F. Meisinc.i r a nd f
M "is in :er and family.
;pr and fa mil'-. A. ti.
family, il. A
. George Stoeh.r and
I. ei lines and family,
and family, "11
Thiero'f and family. Frank
and family. Harry I-ohne"
Lee. Irvin Meisingcr. Fred
Mis Grace No yea and Mb
ENJOY HALLOWE'EN PARTY
iJ"r'.n Tuesday' Dally.
Last evening Edgar
heist tei soni" thirtv-live
friend:? at "Sunnyside."
home, and tie ei 'casion
ot" his uier
one eif the
We can furnish you Drank books
nost any kind at Journal office.
rarest pleasure tei the members of the
rrirty. Tie spirit of Halloween was
brought euit in the array of witches,
pumpkins and sri.hlins of the mysiie
season that were useil in tlie- rlecra
iive scheme and amid the season's
trimmings tb.e young people enjoyed
themselves to the utmost until tinhorn-
for their departure homeward.
Tile- usual games of Hallowe'en, betb
hing for apobs ami the- other sports
ilelighte'd the party and the. lune lieem
of the season's dainties serveel to
complete the- pleasure etf the' jolly
party. One etf the feat tires of the eve
ning was the snake fiance and pa
rade that we-nded lis way over the
ii":ghborheeid and tlie- joyful shouts
of the members of tb.e party ntt"-f d
elie ir elclicb.t at this part of the pro
gram etf entertainment.
pure bre'd Chester White
. March anel April farrow.
prices. K. E. Seelman,
fine south of Ashland.
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Before banks as such were organized,
people used to leave money and valuables
with local goldsmiths for safe-keeping.
Lots of folks some right here in
Plattsmouth and vicinity some of our
own customers still regard banks as
primarily a vault within walls.
Not the First National Bank! Our
ofKcers want you to consider this bank as
a business friend ready always to assist
you with business problems, investments,
personal and household finances.
Are you using this feature of our
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