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PLATTSMOUTrl SPItil-wtfRUT JOURNAL..
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1913.
m r 1 7 n ri i v
1 en special roints or excellence
Found Upon Racine Sattlev's
New Stawana Gaim Plow
The Plow with the "AUTOMOBILE STEERING GEAR"
; Please Note All Are Exclusive and insures at all times every
1 Featurfts Not Found on Any pound of weight, including the
dmui MariA. drivers, being carried on the
pjrst steering Gear. wheels. This gives us our light
' Automatic style direct and draft and allows " the wheels, to
nnan;nn r,n enrina-c allows the pass over rough. ground without
plow to turn at right angles, in the 'least affecting the depth of
either to the right or left, pre- e jurrow. ...
vents sliding of the front land Seventh Furrow Wheel Control,
wheel and takes all strain from Automatic -steering rod no
same when turning. Every time side thrust on tongue; adjustable
the front furrow wheel turns rear furrow wheel not affected by
either way the front land wheel horse motion. ,
is forced to turn in exact unison. Eighth Foot Lift.
'Second Hitch. Extremely high double bear-
Two horses on EACH SIDE of ing adjustable to small boy or
the pole, regular farm wagon large man conveniently located
eveners, no patent equalizers and when bottoms are raised no
needed.' Center of draft lies ex- levers are in the way and it
-actly between the two teams, per- comes just right to be used as a
mitting them to walk as straight step for the operator to reach the
and naturally as though they seat.
.were hitched to your old farm Illnth Main Frame,
wagon. One piece no joints extra
Third Land Wheel. heavy stock will not spring.
Front land wheel is set direct- Tenth Shares.
ly opposite the . front furrow - Made of "Sattley Special" sole
wheel, the arm holding same be- center steel, absolutely guaran
ing at the extreme' front corner teed against' breakage and war
of the fram. The land wheel is 'ranted to scour in any soil, v
set at an angle or inclined in at" The New Sattley Stawana Gang
the bottom, same as the furrow Plow is no experiment. We hav
wheel. . in Duilt it for. three years with
" Fourth Side Draft."' this plow as now perfected. The
This construction "Hitch and Racine Sattley company this year
Land Wheel" secures greater made a killing and with it clean
leverage in controlling the course ed up the plow trade of Kansas,
of the plow and does away with Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin,
ALL SIDE DRAFT. , Ohio and Indiana, and intend to
" Fifth Control. do the same in Iowa and Nebraska
The tongue controls all three this fall and the spring of 1914.
wheels by placing the land wheel The plow speaks for itself,
at the extreme front of the frame, Every live dealer and farmer, af
enables us to connect it direct to ter going over its many excellent
the tongue post. points not found on any othei
Sixth Single Ball. plow made, must admit its
Beams and bottoms being hung superiority,
in frame on one bail gives this We absolutely guarantee tlm
plow a flexible floating bottom gang plow in every way.
G. P. EASTWOOD
... " .... ..
WHAT. A GERMAN ;
PAPER HAS TO SAY ON
. THE DISTRICT JUDGSHIP
Returns Home from Hospital.
Mrs. Herman Bestor who has
been in Omaha recovering from
the effects of an operation which
she recently underwent at one of
the hospitals there was able to
return home yesterday, feeling
greatly improved and her return
was a most pleasant one for her J
family and friends who have Deen
greatly worried over her condition.
, Has Removed to Omaha.
T. II. Pollock, the well-known
Plattsmouth capitalist, has re
moved to Omaha and gone into
business on Automobile row.
Mr. Pollock was a well known fig
ure in the independent telephone
business, but has shaken off all
such troubles now and has enter
ed legitimate lines. Plattsmouth
has turned out a large number 'of
successful financiers, of whom
Mr. Pollock is one of the best
known and most liked. Omaha
- W. H. Puis and family and P. A.
Hild and family of Maple Grove
were in the city Saturday look
ing after, some trading with the
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As Translated to English.
" The foregoing, from the Slaats
Zeifuhp, a derman paper publish
ed in Nebraska City, Auburn and
Falls City, has been translated to
English as follows:
Owing to the death of the Dis
trict Judge, II. IK Travis, the Oc
tober term of court has been
postponed and combined with the
December term. According to
the news received here the Gov
ernor will nominate a successor
for Judge Travis within a week
and it is expected that Mr. D. O.
Dwyer of Plattsmouth, for many
years a friend of the late Judge
Travis, will be nominated for the
rest of the term by Governor
Morehead, as he is considered one
of the ablest lawyers in Southeast
The Staats-Zeitung supports
Mr. Dwyer with a perfect convic
tion that be is entitled to the po
sition by reason of his ability
without mentioning that Otoe and
Sarpy counties had the honor of
selecting a District Judge' from
their midst for the period of eight
years each, while Cass county,
owing to the death of Judge Trav
is, had the honor only for five
years. It is but just that the vac
ancy should be filled by a lawyer'
from the home of the well-beloved
Judge Travis in order to
honor his memory.
A. S. Will returned this after
noon from Omaha, where he had
been for a few days looking after
some matters on the live stock
market in South Omaha.
ONE MIGHT FRIDAY, OCT, 17
UNITED PLAY COMPANY (Inc.) OFFERS
A magnificent and picturesque scenic production of the most fasci
nating romintic play of recent years. Dramatization of
GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEOH'S
A play of "Graustark"
An American's adventure in the Balkins whirlwind of inspiring
scenes see little "Prince Robin" of "Graustark" absolute
complete scenic equipment picturesque and elab
orate capable caste
Seats Selling at Weyrich & Hadraba's Drug Store, Wed. Oct. 15th
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
C". G ruber, c.,
J. Gruber. p.
V. Pitman, 3rd.
M. Pitman, rf.
I. Gruber, c.
VERY EXCITING GAME
(Continued From First Page.)
throw to Smith at first he was
safe on the bag; Fahenstock was
safe on a little liner to second
base, W. Pitman secured a safe
little hit to shortstop and Mase
man made a dash for the home
plate but was caught by Wolff
and tagged out; H. Gruber placed
another warm one to short stop
and on this Fahenstock came
across with a score.. J. Gruber
and Graham who followed both
struck out. In the Plattsmouth
half of the inning there was noth
ing dointr although Mann and
Mason both succeeded in getting
on a base.
In the seventh inning there was
nothing stirring in the way of
seorinsr by either side although
the visitors had several men on
bases at different stages of the
In the eighth spasm the Avoca
bunch tied up tne score when
Fahenstock grabbed one of Con
nor's slants for a safe one
short on which he was called safe
and when W. Pitman hit to left
scored the run that tied up the
game. This was all that was do
ing after this on either side, al
though several times there were
men on the bases which seemed
almost certain to score, but they
did not succeed in getting over
the nan with the needed run and
the crowd after three hours of a
most interesting game, were com
pelled to go homeward with the
result undecided. .
The lineup was as follows
C. Smith, 1st.
Eczema and Itching Cured.
The Soothing, healing medica
tion in DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA
OINTMENT penetrates every tiny
pore of the skin, clears it of all
impurities stops itching in
stantly. ' Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment is guaranteed to
speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and otner un
sightly eruptions. Eczema Oint
ment is a doctor's prescription,
not an experiment. All druggists
or by marl,' 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical
Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
Football Meeting Tonight.
There will be a meeting of all
those interested in the formation
of a football team held this even
ing at 7:30, in. the Arries pool
hall, for the purpose of getting a
earn started in this city. All who
desire to see this city represented
by a team this year should be on
Return and Save Trouble.
The pariies taking the silver
mesh handbag with pair of white
gloves in it from the ladies
cloak room at the K. S. hall SaU
urday evening, are known and
hev will save themselves much
trouble by returning the bag to
the Journal office.
Fine Job of Painting.
M. M. Beal of this city has just
finished the painting and decorat-
nor 'of the line new residence of
Henry C. Long in Murray. This
s one of the finest places in that
hriving little city and it has
been finished in a very artistic
manner by Mr. Beal and son,
both on the exterior and interior,
and the work is such that Mr.
,ong can well afford to be proud
JUDGE DISMISSES CASE
OF APPOINTING GUARDIAN
In the application for the ap
pointment of a guardian for Mrs.
Elizabeth Wiles, the aged widow
of the late Stephen Wiles, which
occupied the attention of Judge
Beeson in county court all day
yesterday, the case was wound up
this morning and the attorneys
in the case, after argument, sub
mitted the matter to the court.
After hearing the evidence, which
was quite extensive on both sides,
and the argument of the at
torneys, the judge decided to dis
miss the case and deny the
prayer of the petitioners for the
. James Shuffler returned this
morning-on-No,- 15 from- Glen-wood-
where visited over - Sunday
IPs iff feEsi!!
This quarterly is up-to-date and
contains the latest fashion sug
gestions, both of what ; to wear
and what to make in fancy work
for the Holidays. Then there is
also the McCall Magazine at on
ly 5c per copy, full of designs for
fancy work, dresses, etc., besides
good cooking recipes, to say
nothing of the fiction, which is
the very best Be sure to ask
for them when you call on
LARGE NUMBER ATTEND
ED RECEPTION AT THE .
C. A. RAWLS HOME
Last evening at their handsome
hom.on Pearl street Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Rawls and Mr. and Mrs.
II. G. ItawU.'. received informally
a; large number of friends in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Rawls of Three Forks, Montana,
and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rawls of
Boise, Idaho. As it has been a
number of years since the old
friends of these young people
have had the pleasure of greeting
them the Rawls home was tilled
with a very large gathering, who
were delighted to again have
their friends with them. The
evening was passed most pleas
antly Iiy the company in visiting
and renewing acquaintance with
each other, and it was an oc
casion that was filled with great
pleasure and enjoyment to all
who, braving the threatening
weather, were in attendance.
During the course of the evening
delicious refreshments of fruit
punch and cake were served
most charmingly by Misses Em
ma Cummins and Lillian Baject,
which added much to the enjoy
ment of the jolly crowd.
Another Modern Equipment.
The drug store of Weyrich &
Hadraba has been put on a more
modern basis for looking after
their rapidly increasing business
by the installing of an adding
machine to take care of their ac
counting more expeditiously.
These machines are great time
savers and at the prices they are
advertised every retail store or
office can afford to have one, and
in the modern methods of con
ducting business enterprises they
are almost an absolute necessity.
Women Who Get Dizzy
Every woman who is troubled
with fainting and dizzy spells,
backache, headache, weakness,
debility, constipation or kidney
troubles should use Electric Bit
ters. They give relief when noth
ing else will, improve the health
adding strength and vigor from
the first dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines,
of Avoca, La., says": ."Four doc
tors had given me up;and"niy
children and all my friends were
looking for me to die, when my
son insisted that I use Electric
Bitters. I did so, and they have
done me a world of good." Just
try them. 50c and $1.00, at all
druggists or by mail. II. E. Buck
len & Co., Philadelphia or St.
CASE DISMISSED IN
THE MATTER OF W. F.
GILLESPIE VS. M. P. R. R.
A Gentle and Effective Laxative.
A mild, gentle and effective
laxative is what " people demand
when suffering from constipa
tion. Thousands swear by Dr.
King's New Life Pills- Hugh
TMimnn nf San Antonio, Tex.,
writes: "They are, beyond ques
tion, the best puis my wne u
have ever taken." They never
cause pain. Price 25c, at drug
gists, or by mail, II. E. Bucklen &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis.
I. M. Davis and wife, of near
Murray; came up this - morning
from their home "and were pass
engers on-the1- early--Burlington
train for Omaha, where they will
spend the day.
The clerk of the district court
has just received notice from At
torney Morseman of Omaha, rep
resenting the Missouri Pacific
railroad, that, that company
would dismiss the appeal in the
case of W. F. fiillespie vs. the M.
P. R. R. company. Mr. Gillespie
sued the company for damages
sustained in a car of grain, and
he received judgment in the sum
of $90. The railroad company
carried the matter to the supreme
court, but has now decided to dis
miss the case and pay the judg
ment and costs. The original
judgment will have 7 per cent in
terest for three years added to
the original sum.
The following unsolicited testi
monial should certainly be suf
ficient to give hope and courage
to persons afflicted with chronic
dyspepsia: , 4T have been a
chronic dyspeptic for years, and
of all the medicine I have taken,
Chamberlain's Tablets have done
me more good than anything
else," says W. G. Mattison, No. 7
Sherman St., Hornellsville, N- Y.
For sale by all dealers.
Amount In Error.
In the - claim of B. Golding
against the county for damages
sustained in the building of the
road along the river, which ap
peared a few night's ago in this
paper, it : was ' stated that , the
claim was for $373, when it
should have been dtstrict"Nor3T3;
as the claim of Mr. Golding did
not name any sum.
NOT VERY MUCH
ENTHDSIAM EXHIBATED . -
FOR BETTER ROADS
, There did not seem to be much
enthusiasm shown in this city
yesterday over the good -roads
proclamation issued by Governor
Morehead,'-"- and there was ap-;
parently no rush of the citizens
out to work on the highways."
This . is to be resxetted very
much, as there is no matter of
more importance to. a community
than that of the good condition of.
the roads and the residents of the
towns are as vitally interested in
this matter as the farmer, as if
the roads are not kept up ja
proper shape it will be impossible'
forthe farmers to come in to do
their trading and the merchant
in the town suffers as a con
sequence. The city hero has'
done a great deal in the past few,
years to improve the condition of
the streets and will in the future
do a great deal more, but on an'
occasion of this kind the citizens'
in general should have shown-their-interest
; in -the matter by.
getting out and working for a;
few hours ore tho roads. !
i - ' .
MRS. R. C. BAILEY
SUBMITS TO OPER
. ATIOII AT HOSPITAL
Yesterday morning Mrs. R. C. '
Bailey of near Nehawka was :
operated on at one of the Omaha !
hospitals for a complication of
ailments. The operation was at
most serious one, and while still
in a very critical condition, Mrs;
Bailey was rallying nicely at last
reports, from the effects of the
operation. That this worthy lady
will speedily recover from her
illness is the sincere wish of her',
many, - friends' throughout the .
county and they Will anxiously.'
await the time when, she will be
able to return to her home and .
J. C. Rundstrom and wife of
Holdbrook, Neb., who have been
here for a few days visiting their
son, J. C. Rundstrom aid family,
departed this afternoon for Boise,
Idaho, where they will visit with
relatives. Mrs. C. L. Rundstrom
accompanied them to. Omaha for
a short visit there. . ...
"Arc." Car W, T f om MCFI as an t"
precinct, was a business visifor in
the etty loacy.
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