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MONDAY, JANUARY S. 114
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
KNG AGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY, Parmele Theater Tuesday Eve. Jan. 6 1914
The supremely successful stage version of
Owen Wister's famous novel
f 1 ) M
The iindtTsiunril will sell at
Puidic Aurlion al his home, one
milt's nnrlh of Murray, Imi mill's
nnrlheast oT Nt-hawka, tiulit
mill's ii'irlh of Ui)i'!)t an.l si-von
milivs south of JMatismi.ulh, mi
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th
lhi following m'si'iilM-il rn'opi'ity
Six Head of Work Horses.
One hay man with foal, mm
injr G yt-ars ipM, wi-iiit I,5imi.
One black mar- with h-al, coin
in cr ' years old, wciuht l,rmO.
One span nf black Z''ltiii::-s.
coniinr 7 years ll, wciphi -'.'.hki.
One iron ray niai"t j oininir (
years M, weight i , (.
One pray marc, routing years
ol.l, wci-ht i,i(H.
Two milk cws.
One Itcl I'nli.c.l yearlinpr bull.
. One yearling calf.
Twelve iieail of shoals, weigh
ing i0 pounds.
Two farm wagons.
One spring waumi.
One ltaduer culliator.
One John Deere two-row ma
cliine. One Western l!elle lister.
One John I eere waikin.tr culti
One .'-section harrow.
One Moline corn planter.
One one-horsi- drill.
One 11-foot Hoo-ier seeil.'f.
One pair loek scab's.
t -'-'-dic pre-s drill.
One Mcr.orniick mower.
One 7-barre teel lank.
(Ui' Aeiy stalk cutter, ij-row.
One Fairbanks windmill, .'lO
One set inch and t hi ee-ijuai I cr
One set inch and one-half har
ness. Some household poods and
oilier articles too numerous to
Terms of Sale:
All sums of s(l and under,
cash in hand. A credit of six
months will be priven on all sums
over -Sio, purchaser rivincr pood
bankable paper at K per cent in
terest from date. All properly
must be settled for- before beinjr
removed.. Sale will commence at
1 o'clock sharp. Lunch al noon.
VV. B. V.rtGSN, Owner.
Win. It. Younp.
W. G. Ilnedeker, Clerk.
The 'undersigned will sell at
Public Auction, at his home, ;5'.j
miles northwest of Murray,
miles southwest of Mynartl, and
7 s miles southwest of Plalts
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14th,
commencing, promptly - at 10
o'clock a. in., the following de
scribed property lowit:
I am leaving this part of the
country, and everything on this
bill will positively be sold to the
highest bidder there will be no
bv-biddin---. Even MY FAItM OF
8(1 . AHIIKS will be sold to the
18 Head of Horses.
One stallion, 7 years old,
One black mare. 9 years old.
with foal, weight 1,400.
L!ST - Sccne In Act 2
Five g 1 mares, all with foal,
weight ranging from 1)00 to 1,150
one 5 years, two years, one
1-' years, one 1 i years.
Ten colts, yt arlinps to com
2C Head of Cattle.
Six- registered llerfords 3
bulls, '2 cows and 1 heifer.
Four milk cows 2 fresh, 2
Ten head of yearlings.
35 Head of Stock Hogs.
10 head of shoals.
14 head oT fall pigs and 2
Six dozen Rhode Island Red
About six tons of prairie hay,
and some timothy and clover
Farm Implements and Machinery.
One riding lister.
One walking lister.
One Uad.uer cultivator.
One Zanesville walking culti
vator. One Zanesville corn planter.
One Defiance sulky plow.
One Sfl. MeCormick binder.
One 5-ft. McCorinirk mower.
One I'eter Siiuelller wagon.
Hay rack and wapon combined.
One Smith wagon.
Waterloo Hoy gas engine and
One l'lpin windmill, (50-foot
Two sleet water stork tanks.
One wooden lank.
One new hi'ijuy, three olf ones.
Two dic harrows.
Ore Henry Dislon buzz saw.
Joliet 5 -1 1 1 1 e lleller.
Ke stone l-bole shelter.
One 2-stcliou harrow.
Four sets of work harness.
One ln'W saddle.
There will he a grea! many
irticbs offered f.r sale that we
are unable lo mention and we
wish t in!?. ress upon jour mind
that everything listed will pos
itively be sold, as I am leaving
Lunch Will Eo Served at Noon!
TERMS OF SALE: All sums of
sin. on and under, cash in hand;
all sums over lo.no, a ere. lit of
one year will be given, purchaser
giving good bankable paper,
eiiring N per cenl interest. All
properly mu-d be settled for be
fore being removed from the
T. !. AMICK.
Wm. R. Young,
I'. M. Patterson, Clerk.
Worms the Cause of Your Child's
A foul, disagreeable breath,
dark circles around the eyes, at
times feverish, with great thirst;
checks Hushed and then pale,
abdomen swollen with sharp,
cramping pains, are all indica
tions of worms. Don't let your
rhibl sutler Kickapoo Worm
Killer will give sure relief It
kills the worms while its laxa
tive effect add greatly to the
health of your child by remov
ing the dangerous and disagree
able effects of worms and para
sites from the system. Kickapoo
Worm Killer as a health produc
er should be in every household.
Perfectly safe. P.uy a box today.
Price 25c. Alt druggists or by
mail. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co.,
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought
ii r x .v ."k r
NEW YEAR WED-
Mr. Charles M. Reed and Miss
Rose Ellen Virgin Married at
Homo of Bride's Parents.
From Friday's Daily.
Fast evening at 8 o'clock, at
the home of the parents of the
bride, near Murray, occurred the
wedding of two of the most pop
ular young people in Ihat section
of the county, Mr. Charles M.
Reed and Miss Rose Ellen Virgin.
The wedding was one of those
delightful home weddings, and
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Virgin, the parents of the charm
ing bride, was tilled with a large
number of the relatives of the
contracting parties to witness
the ceremony that made these
two happy hearts as one. In the
parlor of the residence (here was
a very tasty arrangement of
llowers and streamers, which
made a very beautiful setting for
the happy event. The bride and
gloom promptly at 8 o'clock look
their stations before the min
ister. Rev. D. F. Dunkb'berger of
the Christian church, who pro
nounced the solemn words that
were to unite them for life, and
following the ceremony I he
young people were showered
with the congratulations of their
relatives. A most sumptuous
wedding supper was served to
the bridal party and the guests
after the wedding and the table
was loaded down with every good
thing to eat that it was possible
to conceive of and there was
much merriment and pleasure
derived by the large number of
guests who were sealed at I he
table, in their being present on
this happy ocasion which united
two such worthy young people. -The
bride is one of the .most
popular young ladies iii the lo
cality . where she resides and
where she has been reared lo
womanhood, and her friends are
legion throughout, that section,
and to her will come the best
wishes of all for a long and
happy married life.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hymn Reed .and is a fine
young man of sterling character,
who possesses the esteem and
respect of all who have the pleas
ure of knowing him, and he is to
be congratulated on securing
such a charming helpmate in
life. . ' ;
FOR SALE DATES
Reverse the Telephone
FRANK GRAHAM, .
'Phone 91.' : - -
SUte of Chin. City of Toledo. Lncaa Conntf . .
Frank J. Cheney mnkc oath tbnt hf In Benl
partner of tlie firm of F. J. Client-y & Co., do
l:ijr lusiiies in the City of Toledo. County and
State aforesaid, and tlint Raid firm will uy
the sum of ONE IIt"XDREI IOL.L.AKS for
each and every ease of Catarrh that cannot be
cored by the use vt Mali's Catarrh Cure.
, FRAXK J. CnEXEY.
f worn to before me and nbscriUed In my
presence, thla Ctb, day of December. A. D., lSsii,
Seal. ,A. W. GU5ASON.
. . ' Notary Iublic.
Tfall's Catarrh Core, U taken Internally and
aet directly uion the M.kmI and mneo:i ur-fao-a
of the aystem. Send for ti-stinionlals,
. T. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Bmsr.ts, Toe.' ..-.. -.
. Take Hall's Family mis for. constipation. ..
J U V W 21 V CSV S W
Dramatized by Kirke La Shelle and Owen VSster
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not
like to feel that your stomach
troubles were over, that you
Could eat any kind of f I you
desired without injury
may seem so unlikely to you thai
you do not even hope for an end
ing of your trouble, but. permit us
to assure you that it is not alto
gether impossible. If others can
be cured permanently, and llioii
saiuls have been, why not you?
John R. Jiarker, Hal tie Creek,
Mich., is one of them. He says,
"I was troubled with heartburn,
indigestion and liver complaint
until I used Chamberlain's Tab
lets, then my trouble was over.
Sold by all dealers.
Knights and Ladies of Security
Elect Officers, and Then En
joy a Fine Social Time.
From FrUlav's Dally.
Last eeiiing the members of
the Knights and Ladies of Se
curity lodge of this city held a
most delightful social session at
their hall, after the transaction
of the business coming before
the meeting, and the event was a
very pleasant one for all who at
tended. At the business meet
ing C. If. Smith was elected
financier of the order to succeed
August Cloidt, resigned. and
Mrs. Henry Mauzy was elected as
prelate to take the place of Mr.
Following the meeling a very
pleasing program was given that
numbered among the ditrerent
parlies taking part some of the
best talent of the city, and Hie
event was enjoyed to the utmost
by everyone present. Readings
were given by Mrs. A. J. Heeson,
Miss Ellen Windham and Miss
Hernice. Newell, all three of
whom are finished artists in the
line of elocution, anil their offer
ings to the program were much
enjoyed by everyone. A very
charming vocal number was con
tributed to the program by
Misses Nancy llowieter, who
has a beautiful, voice, and her
selection was" one that made a
very deep impression upon, the
audience. Little Miss Helen
Heeson was called upon and re
sponded by giving a recitation
Ihat won much applause for the
little lady, who shows remark
able talent for one so young.
Very pleasing piano numbers
were contributed to the program
by Miss Mina Thierolf and Mrs.
A. O. Moore, both of whom are
among the- most gifted musicians
in the city, "and their numbers
were greatly enjoyed by every
one in attendance. After the
rendition of the program dainty
and templing refreshments were
served in the dining room of the
hall, and it was the unanimous
sentiment that the committee in
charge of : the program and the
refreshments had coveerd them
selves with glory ' and that the
event as a whole had been one
of the most enjoyable in the his
tory of this splendid order.
Journal office. .
AT GEORGE E. DOVEY
HOfiiE NEW YEAR EVE
. r -.r i t
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
iieoifie fof WJI 4 lie .-( .!. 01
much pleasure Wednesday even
ing, when a lew d vn;.".:.rl
set. gathered at "The Heights" to
participate in a dance uie;j by
Miss Ed.it h Doey in honor of her
guest. Miss Hoimie i!us-ey. of
Hastings. The parlors and re
ception hill were entirely cl -aied
and tastily deeorate.l with holly,
little rei b"!ls and mistleioe; the
chandeliers were covered with
red tis-ue paper, throwing a soft
led glow over the couples as they
danced: the programs were ..f
white and red. In the dining room
the table was spread with a huge
white cloth, irv.-r which were laid;
strands of red ribbons. T!i i w !
Inden willi many delicious edibles j
.md at about t :'! t he ym mg men
were asked into the dining roim
where they were provided with
refreshments f,,r themselves an 1
their lady partners. Punch and
candies were sered during the
evening by Ceorge Doey and
Nora Livingston. Prompt lv at 1 J
o'clock !eorge Do ey bleW laps
on the buule for the death of 'he
oiii y en r a no cmmiii' i or t
. . . i f l r i. . 1 !..!.
of the new. and immediat'dy fol
lowing this a beautiful and ap
propriate toast was iven by Mr.
Kyron Al lies and drank to by ail
I hose present. The party dis
persed a! ali. nit 1 o'clock, the
boys and girls having- spent a
very enjoyable evening. Tim"
present were; Misses Margaret
Donelan. Nia Rosencrans. Jean-
e!te Patterson. Emma Cummins,
Muriel Cummins, Marie and i
(Jrelchen Donnelly. Honnie Ilus-
sey, Nora Liingston. Honor Sev
beit, Harliara and Harriet Clem
ents. Madeline Minor. Lillian 11a
jeck. Edilh Dovey; Me-srs. John
Ealler, Sa.m Windham. Major Al
lies, Evan Noble. Milton Austin.
Ralph Marshall. Donald Arries,
Waldemar Soennichsen, (Jeorge
V. Dovey, Dwighf Patterson. Al
fred Humphreys of Kearney, Carl
Schmidl maim. Henry McMaken.
Marion Dickson. Hyron Arries.
Charles Dovey. Tom Kennish;
Messrs and Mcsdames Rca V.
Patterson, fieorge Ealler, (ieorge
Should Convince Every Platts
The frank statement of a
neighbor, telling the im-rils of a
Hids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
Hy some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Plattsinoulh case.
A I'lal t smout h citizen testiiies.
Read and be convinced.
!. M. Hultery. Tenth and Wal
nut streets. Plattsinoulh, Neb.,
says: "1 still use Doan's Kidney
Pills occasionally and recommend
them just as highly as ever. 1
used Doan's Kidney Pills for pain
in my back and hips and other
symptoms of kidney trouble. The
quick relief they brought war
rants me in endorsing them."
"When Your Hack is Lame
Remember the Name." Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Down's Kidnsy
pills the same that Mr. Hultery
had. r,(ie all stores. Eosler-Mil-
burn Co., Props., HutTalo, N. Y.
, ., ..r,vJ--s;. .; .r ....
if ;:.v-':::'K-' ' ;? T-V:
t ? cr. U v"-
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HORSE THIEF PASS
fc Qrjlf of
Enjoyable Dancing Party.
Krimi Kiiluy"w lai'y.
Lal eeiiing a number of the
young men of the city gae a
:iio-J eti.joynide dancing party nt
Coale' hall, which wa attended
bv some thiltv couples of the
younger oei-ty e, and the oe-
ica.-ion wa. a tv enjoyable one
' , .
! lor eervone present. A number
f the newer dances and tango
v.vre jinbil-ed in by the young
people lllltil tile 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 bout.
I lie mu-ie for tile ocea-.jon was
furnished by Mi-s .Marie I'itz--ri
aid on the piano, and W. R.
Holly, the irlouo. ,,n the idin.
NEW YEAR EVE WAS
A GRANO RIG SUCCESS
- ,,. ma-.uiei ade ),.tl 1 trien
W ednesday evening at Ciae'
,v ,,. Cosmopolitan club
, u a s one of the most successful
ever yiM-ii iii the city and there
v.a a eiy large attendance of
dancers, attired in all manner of
costuiiM's, and some very hand
some, as well as unique one,
were displayed on the floor and
the number of maskers was so
lar-e that the work of the
indues was made very diilii nil in
' m i ; i , -r In
reward. but after
ievinir the yrand march they
di cided l.'ia! Miss Ella Newman
a a representative of winter, was
the winner of the firt ladh
prie. while Mrs.- i;.!".'!' Hruhl
was awarded the second ladies'
priye for her eostume as a color
ed lady. ( Jeorge Hruhl carried
o!f the first gent's prize f..r his
representation of a swell colored
man. and Harry l!.cksii.rkrr of
I as a
p'djeeliiau. secured the Second
prie. but i! was largely the
comical actions of the man. in
stead of the eo-lnme, that cnir
ed the prie. The Roily or
chestra furnished the musje for
tin dance, which was very pleas
ing' to the dancers that were
gathered on the floor.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Hendrick.
residing south of this city, were
visiting here Saturday. Mrs.
Hendricks called at this office
and renewed their subscription.
We are giving a demonstration
of Postom and Post-Tavern at our
store this week to which we cordially
invite the publice. We also have a
special sale of
Tomato Catsup and Jellies
which should prove attractive to all
Call in and examine our nice
line of groceries and dry goods. We
will endeavor to please you in ever?
way possible. every
Scene in Act 3
Prncc ririlO .SfflTP
NEW YEAR YEAR NIGHT
The home of Mrs. Martha W VI
enkamp of Myr.ard was the -. .o
of much merriment n Ne-.v
Year's ellilig. The even! be;.l-
a surpri-" family reunion, which
bad been carefully planned by
the children ami grandchildren,
who came with well tilled b.isl'l
of thiir's good ! eat. an 1 e.irh
one was willim.- ! cat their stiate
of the same. after which th
evening was peut in gue:al
rmiM" sat ion and music. 'I h"-''
preset t were: Mr. and Mi. .
A. Wetenkamp. Mr. and M. H"V
E. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
iles of WV.-pinz Water. Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. . f eri x.n.ip.
l.liner, Arthur, Mar;, and
W.-tenkamp. Mable and Chai'Ic
llowar.I, Elbn Wil and littl
Willinui Wetenkamp, Ear. an-!
Lydia Shaw, Mrs. Martha -tM-kamp.
Mi-s Erama Cirahim,
To Undergo Operation.
Frftn Frloay'a DaltT.
This morning Mrs. John A.
Murray departed for Omaha,
where she will enter the Omaha
Ceneral hospital for treatment
and to undergo an operation,
in the opinion of her phvi.i.ins,
has bee. nne necessary. Mr. Mur
ray has ii(t been in the let ,,f
health for the past few vear au l
her family and friends have been
piite worried over h-r Condition,
but they are trusting thit
may secure rejjef through th-
operation and b restored to her
former state nf health.
SNEl'EELS. COL. A. J. WaNh
was badly done up with rheu
matism and sent for Foley Kid
ney PilN which vv.Vs th only
thing that would run him. Ceo.
potter of Pontiac. Mo., was down
on his back with kidney a:,.
bladder trouble and Foley Kidliey
Pills made him weR and a!de f
Mrk. It is a splendid tnedirlne
and alwavs help. . Just try it.
For sale by nil druggist.
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