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THURSDAY,- JANUARY" tS,1914,
PLATTSWOUTH -SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Having docidod to have the
farm, I will oiler , .the l'o I lowing
stock, implements and farming
equipment- for sale, at Public
A urt ion. Th'e sale to be held at
the Starkjohn fann, 5 Vi miles
northwest of Plattsmouth and
2'j miles west of Oreapolis, on
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28, 1914,
commencing at I0:'J0 a. m.
Five Head of Horses."
. One bay horse, ,se on years old,
weiyht 1,300 mmnj.s.
. One bay horse, five years old,
weight .1.500 pounds.
. One black 'mare, coming, four
years old, weight 1,300 pounds.'
One black horse, coining three
years old, weight 1,200 pounds.'
One bay colt, . coming two
years old. .
Thirty .Head Thoroughbred ;
Seven milk cows, some fresh
and rest on will, be. i
. Kin goui stock cattle.. .
Six heifers, coming two years
. old. - ... ..
tight calves. .
One Mi.Coriinek binder.
One John IoeLc two-low ma
chine. . . : :, ; . -
one Western lit lie riding
list'M'. : .
... One Inadley . 10-inch riding
One lO-inch .walking plow.
One l'eru- die
One disc, sharpener.
One stalk rake.
; One Oorham seedor. ..
One Victor feed grinder. : : ;
. One Avery cultivator.
One Hoosier l-rjiore corn drill
One stack cover (size 3"2xlG.
One Weber, wagon and one
. ; One bob-Ied. , ,,,
fl'wo sets work harness. -
Oue . Jo rse .clipper. .; ;
One large lard press.
one: l'o-egg Old liu-ty in
.Mauv other iutielos, : too
numerous to mention-. .
I'UE1-I.UXCII -WILL.. HE SEHVED
. .... .-. u.VT.jXOOS. . .
There will also.be offered for
sale two' Mack "driving mares
weighing 2,-00 poiinds. and one
good set of bu-.-y harness,, be
longing to oilier parties. .
TERMS' OF S&LE:"AVf s'tiui'
of ?10" and "under, cash in hand;
all over slO a civdiL of from six
to' 'tw'dve months will be given.
purchaser giving good bankabb
paper bearing S per cent interest
from dale.. All property 'must be
sell led for before being removed
WM. DUNN. Auctioneer.
, It. F. PATTERSON, Clerk. .
W. A. Cleghorn and .James. A.
Albway -of LouisviUe j caitie in
this morninsr to assume, their
duties on the jury panel. ;
State ''bin. "en? of Ti1?. Lnns Conirty. .
KraTit J. t'brru j ui.itm oath' ttat b- i tcDi'
jartn-T ' tii.- firm of F. J. CLi-iiey & Co.. do
. lne tiini-s in tkt- City of Tulvdo. Countr aod
tHt.- sfur'-said. and tlmt fuid firm will iy
the ion of ONE ITILNHIli:i I'OLLAIiS . f.
earh bihI every caf e.itarrb tUat runnot te
cured by the use of I!al. Cu tarrh Cur.
, F2ANK J. CHXXEY.
Sworn to boforc mp rnd nibcrlbed In my
prrvr:i.-e, this tith iay of Ooct.iulx r. A. D-, 1SS0.
fieaL A. VT. fTLKAROS.
: - Not-ry IuLUc.
Hall" Cntarrh Ca-o f taien internally and
actH d:r cil.v tvn t'jy b! 1 and. p:uci'h siir-fa--s
of the t-jstiui. t-f.id fur t- stimimlals,
F. J. CHUNKY A CO., Toledo. O.
Fold l.y ctl Pm?rl.-:s, 7Zi: V.
Tate Hill's Tumily VZU for astipitlon.
We oiler ur 1U13, twft-cylin-r
.der Jxcelsior motorcycle Demon-
Ira I or -for sale at -a bargain.
'it!ly .equipped. Slightly used.
Has run in all aboyt 50() nxiles,
and is as good as new. We will
crate and ship anyw here. Don't
waiL till spring --ami pay a big
ju ice. Buy now,, while the price
is low". .
Fur, parliculajis .zii;d price,
wri!e or call,;: : ' "! .i-
I H. STEiMER -fr m j
The undesigned - owners will
sell at Public Auction on what is
known as the Hunter farm, four
and one-half miles west .of
I'laltsmouth and five - miles
northwest of Mynard, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1914,
The following described prop
Eighteen Head of Horses and
One bay mare,' 5 years old,
One black mare, G years old,
weight 1,325. : ' :J
One black mare, 6" years old,
One black horse, 4 years old,
One. gray horse, 5 years old,
One bay " mare with foal, 0
years old, weight 1,300.
One mare with foal, smooth
mouth,' weight 1,250.
One team mules, ' and 5 years
old, well broke, weight 1.800.
One team mules, i and 5 years
old, well broke, weight 1,950.
One big roan horse.' i years
old, well broke, weight 1,350.
One team inares3 and 1 years
old,' one with foal, well matched,
weight 2,000. - '
Two yearling colts.
One gray mare with foal. G
years old,' weight 1 ,200.
One black horse, G years old,
Ten Head of Cattle.
One cow, fresh in- February.
One heifer, will soon be fresh.
One roan cow, fresh in spring.
: Two coming 2-year-old steers
Two fresh cows, calves at side
Two' cows, will soon be fresh.
Oiie yearling heifer.
' ' Si?: head of hogs.
Farm InYplements and Machinery.
All ' implements" and" farm machinery-are
iiitr been used but very little.
One 18-iricli walking stirring
' On'e'-'e'ife-litlfoot Deering binder
One live-fort Deering mower.
One - H lven-foot MiCormick
One three-sfction harrow.
One John eere tw.o-row nia-
cliine. . - --. ... .-
One New O-nlury riding culli-
yatr. . , , ;, . ;
One Moline riding cultivator.
One Jennie J-ind cutlivator.
Two John Deere walking list
ers. . .- :
One twelve-incli gang Pace
maker. , -..'One
J;dm Deere disc.
One 1 5-barrel galvanized stock
Three .sets 1 Minrh work har
(ne -Xewtoiv, wagon.
One Iiain wagon. -
One top buggy. .
Some. ,-household .good.- and
other articles, too numerous to
Terms of Sale:
A1J sums f $10 and under,
cash. All sums over ?10 a credit
of from six to 12 months will be
given,, purchaser-, giving approved
security. , All property must be
settled for before being removed
from the premises.
Sale commences at 10:00
o'clock a. in.
Lunch will . be served at noon.
GEORGE E. WILEY,
WM. It. YOUNG. ..-
TOM. CItOMWEI.L, .
T. M. PATTERSON, Clerk.'
FUNERAL OF THE LATE S. W. ;
GARGES THIS AFTERNOON
This afternoon tke; fuueral of
t he 4atf s. W. (iargi's was held
from "the Iturlington station in
this city, the ImmIv ami family ar
riving on the train from
Tliuriuan, Iowa, where .Mr.
Oarges passed away last evening
at .G o'clock, after -a bmg .illness,
iued - . by. -that dread inalady.
hardening, of tlie arteries. - The
deceased- was a' former resident' of
this County, .having liv'd on , a
farm . a few mlie.s sout.h -of this
city; and. removed "ironic here to
Thurman about seven ears-ago.
He leaves a wife,'lbree sons and
four- - d-iugjiters to ;mourn: bis
b - Mr. CJ urges, was: the father
of: Mrs. Thomas; llieksoii rf this
city. ;.: - . .
Cox Social. at Rock Bluffs. .
;There will be a box social at
the Hock..BluO"sscJi(iil liouse on
u exi . F rid ay eye i ng, . J aiiua ry; 1 6 .
Everybody -invited." : ;
- Combination i
Owing to the undersigned
having sold all our interests in
this locality, and are preparing
to move from the state, we will
offer at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder, the following
property. Sale will be held at the
home of J. T. Porter, on what is
known as the old Flemining
farm, one mile south and two
miles west of Murray, and six
miles north of Nehawka, on
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1914.
Sale to Commence at 10:00
O'clock A. M.
8 Head of Horses.
One bay horse, 3 years old,
One pair of black match colts,
coming 2 and 3 years old, weight
- One marc colt; coming 2 years
old, weight 1,150:
One brown gelding, coining 2
years, weight, 1,050.
Two black Old Shire mare,
coming 2 years old, weight 2,000.
One black Perchon mare colt,
6 Hesd of Cows.
One brindle cow, 3 years old,
fresh in March
One Red eow, 5 years old,
fre?h this fall.
: One red cow, 4 years old,
fresh this fall.
Two llolstein heifers, fresh in
One first-class milk cow.
Farming Implements and
One Newton wagon.
One Mitchell wagon.
One single buggy.
One corn elevator and dump.
Two end-gate seeders.
One Sweep- grinder.
One McCormick binder.
One Osborn mower.
One single drill.
Two 3-sect ion harrows.
One hand sheller.
One Iron Clad incubator.
One Acme binder.
One '2-row Patte culivator.
Two walking cultivators.
Two farm wagons one new.
One Wester Dee lister.
Forty rods of hng wire.
Four tons of prairie hay.
One Bradley riding lister.
Two Case .stirring plows.
One Bradley riding cultivator.
One Avery walking cultivator.
New Departure cultivator.
One forge and anvil.
One hay rack.
One stalk cutter.
One 2-row John Deere plow.
One Old Trusty incubator.
One McCormick mower.
One McCormick rake.
Two riding cultivators.
One 2-row stalk cutter.
One-low wagon and rack.
Six tons timothy hay.
Some household goods, and
many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
LUNCH SERVED AT NOON.
Terms of Sale:
All sums of ? 10.00 and under,
cash; on all sums over $10.00 a
credit of six months will be given,
purchaser giving notes with approved-security,
at 8 per cent. All property must
be settled for before being re
moved from the premises.
J. T. PORTER.
JOHN H. FARIS,
WM. R. YOUNG.
W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
January 16 and 17.fi
25c, 50c, 75c, $1, Boxes $1.50
- : : - - . i .... ..... r. .
- Seat" sale ooens at 0 a. m Wed-
iiesday", at Weyrich & Hadraba's
More, urders by mail or telephone
will rec:ive piompt attention. ": !
I have decided to quit farming,
and will, therefore, offer all my
stock and farm implements for
sale to the highest' bidder, at iny
home,'. known as tho- old Chas.
Carroll place, 3 miles east and 1
mile south o'f Murray and 9 miles
south of Plattsmouth, on
THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914.
Sale to commence at 10:30
o'clock a. m.
One team of dapple gray
mares, G and 7 years old, weight
One cow, coming U years old,
One heifer, coming 3 years old,
with calf, and giving milk.
One buggy, in good shape.
One farm wagon, good as new.
One new Century riding culti
vator. Bobsled, nearly new.
One Pat T walking cultivator.
One P. & O. walking lister,
One P. & O. l i-inch walking
One lG-inch stirring disc.
One J. I. Case 12-mch gang.
One seven-foot Deering binder.
One three-section harrow.
One two-row stalk cutler.
One 12-foot wood rack.
One 1-horse Hoosier corn drill.
Five tons of baled hay and
some loose hay.
Many other articles loo numer
ous to mention.
The following property will
also be offered for sale, all of
which belongs to other parlies
who are desirous of disposing of
it to the highest bidder:
Brown horse, 8 years old,
Brown mare, 8 years old, in
foal, weight 1,000.
One ten-foot hay rake.
One fanning mill.
One wagon box.
One full set of blacksmith
One set of work, harness.
Oue milk cow, fresh in April.
One thoroughbred bull, 18
One set of li-inch work bar
ncss. Sorrel mare, smooth mouth, in
foal, weight 1,500.
One sorrel suckling colt.
One Avery -spnng trip culti
vator. LUNCH SERVED AT NOON ON
TERMS: From, .six to twelve
mojiths') time will be given on all
sums over s 10.00, purchaser giv
ing notes with approved security,
bearing eight per .cent interest.
All sums of $10.00 and under
cash. All property must be .set
tled for before being removed
from the premises.
WM. R. YOUNG,
W. G, BOEDEKER. Clerk.
Try the Journal for stationery.
Ready to cry your sales,
and guarantee satisfaction.
Dates can be made at the
Bank of Cass County, in
Plattsmouth. Neb., or the
Murray State Bank, Murray.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
America's foremost legitimate actress of the younger class
and her company, including the distinguished solo dancer, MARION EVAN
SON, in two elaborate Scenic productions.
A powerful drama by Victor Hugo
made famous by Sara Bernhardt.
1 m '
Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes Only Attraction of the kind to be
L ' ' offered here this season.
J. W. Magnty of Nehawka came
in this mornir g and will take up
his service on the jury panel.
W. Howard, the news dealer
from Greenwood, was in the city
for a few hours today. He was a
pleasant caller at the Journal
W. M. Philpot and George
St oner of Weeping Water are
here today, coming in on No. J.
and will take up his service on
the jury panel.
Williard F. Meet or of Afton,
Iowa, who has been here visiting
at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Joe McCarthy, for the past few
days, departed yesterday after
noon for his home.
Mayor Fred Gorder of Weeping
Water, who was here looking af
ter some matters of business for
a few hours, departed this morn
ing for Omaha, where he will
visit his sister, Mrs. Chris Wohl
farth, at the hospital for the day.
J. W. Magney of Nehawka call
ed at the Journal otlice this week
and enrolled his name for the
paper for one year. Mr. Magney
is oue of the prosperous south
Cass county citizens that desires
to keep posted on the news of the
Tom Ruby and little son. of the
vicinity of Mynard. dne in this
morning to look after some trad
ing with the merchants.
Mrs. O. E. Power and little son
departed this morning on No. f,
for Hamburg-. Iowa, where she
will visit for a short time with
J. A. Whiteiuan of Nehawka
came up last evening from his
home and spent the evenim.' here
lookinff after some matters of im
portance,, returning home this
morning on the 8:15 Missouri
OFFICERS OF G. A. B.
AND THE W. R. C.
From Tuesday's raily.
At their rooms in the court
house Saturday evening was held
the joint installation of the new
ly elected officers of the Grand
Army of the Republic and the
Woman's Relief Corps, and the
.meeting was open to the public.
The new heads of the organiza
tions are: W. H. Freese, who
succeeds J. II. Thra.-her as com
mander of the post, and Mrs. E.
B. Egenbergcr, who was re-elected
as president of the Relief
Corps. After the beautiful and
impressive installing ceremonies
the ladies sprang a.mot de
lightful surprise on the mem
bers of the Grand Army by serving-
some most delicious refresh
ments, which were thorou-hly
enjoyed by all who were present
at the meeting, and the ladies
received a great many compli
ments for the tempting refresh
ments served. The members of
both organizations spent several
hours most delightfully in a
social way and in the singing of
inspiring nad patriotic songs,
which served as reminders of the
old war days when the boys in
blue were fighting for home and
ICever urrt Dr. M!:os- AnM-Paln rrr
frr headache? Bottfr i-trt now. You
will feel better. lAUverti.-cnient.l
Try the Journal Want Ads.
Shakespeare's greatest comedy
SODDEN DEATH OF
THREE MONTHS OLD CHILD
OF MID MRS. FlflDER
From Tuesday's Daily.
The home of Mr. and Mr, otfo
Finder on Wintersieen, Hill wa
plunued into profound tlooio
this morning, when on awakening
Mrs. Finder di-oered the little
3-months-old babe of the family
lin:r lifeless by tier id. Th
liely as eer lat eenin when
the family retired for the ni-ht.
and there was no noi-. or any
thing from the babe r. indicate
that it was ill. and the d-ath wa
not discoered until this morn
ing, when, after the hu-band and
father had arisen and made the
lire to cook bi eakfa-t and ralb-.I !
his wife, who on awaken inr tried
to arouse th baby, who had 1 :i
sleeping with her. and then the
discoery was made that the lit
tle one was lifeless. A phy.; i.in
was summoned at once. In: t 1!
w;is too late, as life ha.l n'W
from the child eeral hour be
fore the discovery of it, condi
tion was made. The here e.l
parents are rief--t rieken and in
their loss rr'vixe the sym
pathy of everyone-.
MRS. J. A. MURRAY IS
GETTING ALONG NICELY
From Wednesday' PallT
Mrs. ,. .. Murray of this i i!y.
who is at one of the (ii,n!ia hos
pitals recovering from the etT.-et-of
an operation, was vi-i!ed lio re
e.-erday by l''la!ni'- from lhi
cily and tiny were ileji.liied to
told that she was th. highway
to re;oeiy and had the pitiie-'e
yesterday of enjoying Iot '.r.-'
real no al since the operation and
is, in the opinion of the physi
cians, m fine -hape and tier r-rn-plef,-
recovery sem t" be a mai
ler of only a few Week-. T!iis
news will be n.os plea-itg t- the
many friends of the wortliy la l
here, who have mi-'s. il hr great
ly during her stay in tlie hospital,
and who hae been anxiou!y
awaiting faorabfe word from Iit
be.Iride. and they tru-t tlo- time
will only be short when -he -he
can return home complete! re
stored to health.
BANK ELECT OFFICERS
From WXJnesdar Ptllr.
The Plait-mouth lafe Bank of
this citv has iu-t elected it
ollirers for the ensuing year. andj
a review of the years wor.i Aa!.r,., nr,. ,.rr:., id,, f ... ..;
most jdeasillg to the s'o.'kh is j jj,,,, 'I r f j ' I - . 1 -
of the bank, and the careful man-J r,jx s..,, a:..j n. .; ti r .r !
lit of the officers of the iu -
slitulion has resulted in a pln
did showing fr the bank. Th
oflicers cho-en were all of Ihe oM
otllcials who were re-cb-ct-d as
President W. H. N-weii.
Vice president 1. M. !;.-ek-r.
Ca-hier J. M. Robert-.
Assi-lant Ca-hi.-r !.
directors W. II. XeVell. F. O.
Frieke. I.. I!. Fgenberger. J. H.
Ib cker. .1. M. Ilobert-. John Al
bert. J. I. Falter.
Mask Rail Saturday.
On ro xf Satrjrd.iy i:..r Ut-
T. J. SoVd -o.-iefT ws! s e :h- :r
twep.t --- ::d anr.na: I v!i a:
then- hail :i W.--t a-l -tr.-t.
and a u-'-.nf a r"- I-!'--1 1
rr-",J j- S-...ked f ma-.; . ; i:;
tlie .r-ioi: ?..ir- !! r.i, i.--iy
of the h:i ha- ! e. t.n - i w ." !t
the j' ily crow. I
1 - r'-.
b.-r pri-" n-e !Tre. f. r th .
cai"n ari l tJ.e dir.T - ;-.:!. i-1-
krr'kr forward t. 4 a . :
at this nf. Tlo If :y -
lrhe.:ra will fur:ah !!
! f'T the o.-e.ii'.n.
CAPTURED NEAR RICHFIELD
IN SARPY CQiJIITT
The robber ! I it,- !
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'I'iie.f.iy i:u Jit d.d T h.iv a -
lea f k : i- t !.. : - - V.
from I. ii t !o-
I o J e i f:..n; Ihe -)' -. a- t!
Were a; ; te!.. ! !. .; ;. 1 ' . - -d -der
arr-.t n-ar Re-! '. ; 1. .. .
e.i'ilt. Int.- o-.!i-'ii.iy a' p"- .....
br M.ir-hnl H. M. 1 '
l..ui-i!'e. -.h' b ! ' 1 1 ! '
tra. . o
f t he T!:e!1 ,1 '. ,. .
!e.i ir:- the -e. j... ,,f ; V' ; .
they h.id a,.; 1. t4' j ;ri a . : i
fen n;!. .1-.) it ! '!.- r i e-.
fo:jow m-' the It ., .' . . r . -r
. i.l t..w ..; d t h- 1 1 h. a- 1 !. . !
got j.-n a far as I; l. .
a-s -h t . Th y v. .;;! v
b. :! d for -I'll n-r 'i 1. ::d '
.'! their --. :ir... o ;.;... - ; -
R:.-h f'.eM a-.d - -.-. ; -d .1 1 1". '
th-- -!.:.! arte-f.-s. J,..: .-.-r .
were f. ii'id . -' t!i-.r ; v
.i':.-te. by i!.e I' -
She ir.,..-.ti.,r, f.. I r li e ,
e;; lv this iij.fn,'.- Jo ,,..- t ' .-
ill j.ll!. I 'it it w is ;. -.--, t: y ? .
take on- of the f f .- 1 ;
v.li're th- h 1 ! 1 ! f '
of ! to- - ..- !
!.i -1 n i- ht it wis ( : .
t'l!!. I the pl.ie.. .t! I !i e J, - -. .'-
held there t f. ;s T ' . -.
w !o :t a ' I: 1 r h '. :
mad-. They w .- Ir ..!.-
t S I- I I ..!!' f . : e t ! I .1 :
b-i-.d t'l j III to .I X :f the .1
pei!i-n of their ;.-.
BURGLARS AT LDUiS
VILLE SECURED MUCH
LOOT LAST NIGHT
I.a -! ev .-j. i - t o- :!!.- '
L' -ii i 1 !! ren.-,l .i i-.r f :
i.iir-lar-. -.-.lio w- u -'.
fi.l th' r.- than they -.v. i-, ;!.. .
..p-r:i! oris j:i th:- . a- 1
i-.'i h !- r 1 ' ' ton;. h- i
I'ntrnr to the -tor-,. ,,f i- ;, r .w
Slander and J. I'. N 1 i -. a- i a-
a re-u!t of Jh-r '
p:- e. s
apparel. T'o- h a! ;oh
I.oin-vil'e are Workr'T
ca-e. as w!I as th- -!o--;"
1- t!i oii-h? that h- ; r r it f "
a; i.; e..-T'.e.t r. h t t .
Wlo-re j I s thoo.f) th--y !. le
Mi-- Me Ml. f I I '.,
iri Ihe city f.r a few ,ho. ;.
a gi:e-! at the m.- . f h -r ..
Mrs. ;. . Th : 1 .s.
The Joi;rr.aI d ' y i w- ri.
Kansas City Journal:
"It was in the ptay r.f "t-trrrzia
Borgia that Miss Stewart ma; a
decided hit. Herrecertxin in t.v.
third act amounted to a!rnot an
Dallas Morning News:
1 - C. .. . I .1,- , f
Rosalind with iviinei ar.d t
rrfitinn.i v fN Iifv lirf ir.rr'rrr--
tation pleased txryan acd causei!
Arthur Crisson. Late Editor of
"Smart Set," New York:
"Mbs Stewart lias di.-rlayn! sx.ci
marked talent that se has Lenr::e
a g-nnine favorite."
Telegram from Mjr. Clinton
"fay Stewr.rt h"rc in "L'icrri i
play dl my house." S
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