The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, January 19, 1914, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
PAGE 6. ' " ' PLATTtKIOUTH 8 EH! I -WEEKLY JOURNAL. VOf.DAY. JANUARY 1. 191. January Clearance PANT SALE MAY STEWART If "AS tOU LIKE IT" SATURDAY NIGHT Combination Public Sale! - I I ' ; H.95 W $2.95 W '3.95 Here's a wonder sale. We intend to make a clean sweep of our entire pant stock, including pants from S3 to $7 at the three remarkable low prices quoted above. We have sold nearly a thousand pairs of pants the past year. We' are willing to take a loss on these to start the new year with a new stock. Come while the "pickin's" good. C. E. WESCOTT'S SONS Everybody's Store The May Stewart company Sat urday evening closed their two nights engagement in this city by the presentation Shakespeare's delightful comedy, As You Like It," and all who were present at the Parmele were more man delignied with (the beautiful manner in which this play was presented by the capable company of actors, head ed by the brilliant young star While Ihe attendance was not as large as it-should have been con 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 of William Property. Sale will be held at the home or J. T. Porter, on wnat is known as the old Flemming 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, sidering the excellence of the! weight 1,300. company, all who were present One pair of black match colts, greatly appreciated the splendid I coming 2 and 3 years old, weight efforts of the actors who are sup- 1 2,000. C. E. WESGOFS SOUS RECEIVE A DRAFT OE $25 From the Larnard Co. of Detroit as First Prize on Window Display of Their Goods. This morning the firm of C. E. Wescott's Sons received a draft from the firm of Larnard Carter company of Detroit, Michigan, the manufacturers of the cele brated Headlight brand of over alls, as the first prize in the window display of these overalls in the United States. It will be remembered that the Wescotl firm in the early part of September had in their west show window the model of a modern locomotive some fourteen feet long and four and a half feet high, of the latest twentieth cen tury type and equipped with a large. massive boiler, short smokestock and stem dome and vertical cylinder, pilot trucks and drivers, all of which were made in exact proportion to the real loco motive. The locomotive was mounted upon a "tee" track with sand ballasted roadbed, and by the side of the model locomotive stood the engineer attired in Headlight overalls, and through out the background of the window was a large display of these splendid overalls. A semaphore standing by the track bore the legend, "Stop; buy your Headlight overalls now," and on the sign near the track were the words, "Take the Headlight route to satisfaction." The window set forth to the fullest the advantages of the celebrated $1.00 brand of over alls and it attracted a great deal of attention from everyone pass ing along the street, as at night the bright electric headlight of the locomotive shown forth carrying its message. The loco motive was erected and placed in the window by C. C. Wescott, as sisted by his son. Mason, who is some locomotive fancier, and the work was such as to attract much attention, as it was complete in every detail. The firm feels very proud of the prize, as they were in com petition with the stores through out the United States, and the reward, which was made by the Green Advertising agents of De troit, was made after a thorough examination of the different dis plays made by the various stores. porting Miss Stewart in her re- potorie of classic plays that she is offering to the amusement- loving public this season. To many the appearance of Miss Stewart as Rosalind in "As You ;Like It" was much more pleasing than in "Lucrezia liorgia," as the character is one that appeals more to the average theater goer than does the heavier part of the star in the drama of Vic tor Hugo. The presentation of plays of this character at the Parmele has a tondencv to raise the standard of the theater-goers who have not had for some time an opportunity of witnessing as excellent a company as that ap pearing here on Friday and Sat urday. old, old. HI MRS. CHRIS WOHLFARTH RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL Best Cough Medicine for Children! "I am very glad to say a few- words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I have used it for years both for my children and myself and it never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold. No family with children should be without it as it gives almost immediate relief in cases of croup." Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is pleasant and safe to take, which is of great importance when a medi cine must be given to young chil dren. For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Chris Wohlfarth, who for the past few weeks has been at one of the Omaha hospitals re covering from the effects of an operation, was able to return home yesterday to her family and the joy of the relatives and friends over the recovery of this most estimable lady was un bounded. Mrs. Wohlfarth is feel ing much improved in health, and while still weak from the' effects of the operation, is on the high way to complete recovery, which will be a source of great pleasure to everyone who has the pleasure of knowing her. FOR FROST BITES AND CHAP PED SKIN. For frost bitten ears, fingers and toes: chapped hands and fips, chillblains, cold-sores, red and rough skins, there is nothing to equal Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the One mare colt, coming 2 years old, weight 1,150. One brown gelding, coming 2 years, weight, lk050. Two black Old Shire mare, coming 2 years old, weight 2,000. One black Perchon mare colt, yearling. 6 Head of Cows. One brindlecow, 3 years fresh in March. One Red cow, 5 years fresh this fall. One red cow, 4 years fresh this fall. Two Holstein heifers, fresh March. One first-class milk cow. Farming Implements and Machinery. 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-section 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 Bee lister. Forty rods of hog wire. Four tons of -prairie hay. One Bradley tiding 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. One grind-stone. Six tons timothy hay. Some household goods, and One 16-inch stirring disc. One J. I. Case 12-inch gang. One seven-foot Doring1 binder. One three-section harrow. One two-row stalk cutter. One 12-foot wood rack. One 1-horse Hoosier corn drill. Five tons of baleil hay and some loose hay. Many other articles too numer ous to mention. The following property will also be offered for sale, all of which belongs to other parties who are desirous of disposing of it to the highest bidder: Brown horse, 8 years old, weight 1,200. Brown mare, 8 years old, in foal, weight 1,000. One ten-foot hay rake. One fanning mill. One wagon box. One grindstone. One full set of blacksmith tools. One set of work harness. One milk cow, frosh in April. One thoroughbred bull, 18 months' old. One set of 14 -inch work har ness. Sorrel mare, smooth mouth, in foal, weight 1,500. One sorrel suckling colt. One Avery spring trip culti vator. LUNCH SERVED AT NOON ON THE OROUNDS. TERMS: From six to twelve old, months' time will be given on all sums over $10.00, purchaser giv ing notes with approved security, bearing eight per cent interest. All a eis a a A a, I aii sums oi siu.uu ana under cash. All property must be set tled for before being removed from the premises. WM. SPLITT. WM. R. YOUNG, TOM CROMWELL, Auctioneers. W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk. THE T. J. SOKOL MASK BALL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS I here was an immense rrowi present Saturday wninir at tti" T. J. Sokol hall nn the ft-a i n f their twii!y--r.nd grand nia ball, and i-rynm in at !rii'l.inf felt that they were well retail for their rreeurre hv the d'-li-ht- f til sociability that .r.-ail throughout the eeni;i:r. The had weather i not eejn ,, ic. r the dancers fmni gatlierirr-r at an early hour in the eeniri-'. and b i':30 the dance ll..r was er.l-.l by the merry dancers in co- t limes, and it was a tlit.icnlt n, af ter fur tile judges to pick out Ihe winners of the prize-, tnit tliey finally based their decision " Mrs. Kiniiioris Plak. who wa garhed as a Spanish lady, a I tie first prize winner, while Frank I'tacek rarried olT the .. ml ladies prize, being1 dres,, as a colored girl. The lir-l g-nl'e man s prize was awarded to ISroj Crisf as the dinitie.l dude, while Cleorgo (ioheliiian was irK.-n the second prize, as a comic h ri.be. COMMISSIONER S PROCEEDINGS rutr I'l'il: n l 1. 1. r:. .j..r!n. ' v'..n t- r..:. tr:ir. a ."n i - l:, iir.i of ..:', .!..r.--.! j I r r ii i e I ' '. J . 9 I r'i.i . :. t .tn (! ; i ifio : r ri f I ' " i I ' I n : ' ! . J.I T z : '. J r . .1 ii i n .' IT I o rn . ' ; :t ! .)'' t v if t i f "; til.. . I'll. f f i - - .V s.r.i-k.i. . ;n "i V - r I t',l : f .ttn . :..rirr r- : . i- i i I ..f ( r t i.!!.. rr t , I . and these characters were first-class and well worth prizes given them. a!l t!i i: I"-"'. -.1. . ri nt- i. t"T o i "o - .,1 of J. v K. ' -. Vr'r l"r ,r f niot ...o. J. . .1 I r J it It ii.." o- n t on t) T v I : -ill. t' :'-! : -r !.iy anl n.l'j.' . . - v . Ho If! of If. ...t e-; '.. t.nr. ! or i:i. n . .1 : .; i rffi ri : 1 o' J . I :. mil ! f-.rgr.in. .1! oil' l' n.o,.. r . r-i 1 r O. : - - i-. i it t l .Ii; ir ii i,- 1 . r , ,1 w i i A I if t n k . t . r - '. r Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I nis remedy jias no superior for coughs and colds. It is plea am 10 iae. contain no opium or other narcotic. It al ways cures. For sale by all dealers 2 40 ACRES Public Sale time. Best remedy for all skin many other articles too numer- diseases, itching eczema, tetter, 0us to mention v 160 Acres of Land. Will trade 1(50 acres of land in Perkins county for Plattsmouth property. W. R. Bryan. 1-lG-dAwl piles, etc. 25c. All druggists or by mail. II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. THINK OF IT. ( f Sloppy, winter weather which will come brings with it the for need for Cough Syrups, Cold Tablets Plasters, Denver Mud Camphorated Oil, Mentholatura Be prepared! We have the goods and guarantee them to be right. r Weyrich & Hadraba 39,000 Persons Publicly Recom mend Our Remedy Some Are Plattsmouth People. Over one hundred thousand have recommended Doan's Kid ney Pills, For backache, kidney, urinary ills. Thirty thousand signed testimonials Are appearing now in public print. Some of them are Plattsmouth people. Some are published in Platts mouth. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Plattsmouth wom an s example. LUNCH SERVED AT NOON. Terms of Sale: AIL 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 ap proved security, bearing interest at 8 per cent. All property must be settled for before being re moved from the premises. J. T. PORTER, JOHN H. FARIS, Owners. WM. R. YOUNG. . TOM CROMWELL, Auctioneers. W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk. Public Sale! Having decided to leave the farm, I will offer the following stock, implements and farming equipment for sale at Public Auction. The sale to be held at the Starkjohn farm, 5!a miles northwest of Plattsmouth and 2Vj miles west of Oreapolis, on WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1914, commencing at - iv:iO a sharp. Five Head of Horses. One bay horse, seven years old, weight 1,300 pounds. One bay horse, live years old, weight 1,500 pounds. One black mare, coming four years old, weight 1,300 pounds. One black horse, coming three years old, weight 1,200 pounds. One bay colt, coming two years old. Thirty Head Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle. Seven milk cows, some fresh and rest soon will be. Nine good stock cattle. Six heifers, coming two years old. Eight calves. Farming Implements. One McCormick binder. One John Deere two-row ma chine.. One Western Bolle riding lister. One Bradley 10-inch riding plow. One 10-inch walking plow. One Peru disc. One disc sharpener. One stalk rake. One Gorham seeder. One Victor feed grinder. One Avery cultivator. One Hoosier 1-horse corn drill. One stack cover (size 32x10). One Weber wagon and one wagon box. One bob-sled. Two sets work harness. One horse clipper. ClE 2 50 AT Arc rio.v. OX THi: I'RKMISKS. THURSDAY. JAM WHY 2 AT 2 V. M. LOCATLD -i MILK FROM PA CIFIC JUNCTION. IOWA, in Mills county; K. lj of NW. 'i and K. lj of SY. !i ami N. 'a of Ihe SC. all in sec. 2'J, township 27. range S3. ISO acre. under cult ivat ion : C J acres in tine iiiea,,,w and pasture. and good orchard; mile ! good .school and church; land all leval and of a dar k loam soil. IMPROYLMKMS. Good 7-room house, summer kitchen; a good barn; double, corn in. crib; tool house, ho:? hou-e. chicken house; plenty of excellent water. THUS FARM WILL HF. SOLD AT AUCTION ON JANUARY 22. AT 2 P. M. ON PRF.MrsF.S. (EASY TERMS which will N made known on day of auction. This farm is located only a short distance from Council Bluffs, Iowa, and should draw people from different parts of the country, as it is considered to be one of the best producing farms in Iowa. For further information ad dress the undersigned, owner, or the auctioneer. I have enuaed. F. D. VAN PF.LT. I'niinlv '-rk ir.'ir.i' ! i I si f w . : ..:itv , r.'.r i,s f!'i"i.i! "f i-.li;.-'' V" i e -i : t in- r... t i t. i iv lk I . t i- .. t . 1 I t ).;-. I !- l-.r .rn... f.,r u . l'M. fftn K l'r'Mi"r . i.f .rn-i f. r.mnlv C'.Tk in if '. .1 t-t ' r i .t . ' i. ; fr-.m I! - " ' i f Im t'.- n .rr nf f - i- i -. fur iiurv f-i I'.r.r.n '1rv!-r t- I'nai.iv ...ir-; r-- - !- t 1 . I .ri 'if ST l..fim0 ,f .ri-- f e " t t (u"- xi-.n-.- ''ttinii-1; ir.! - r." .... CiMinfv S-.i-l. .ti.ir . . . w i ri K' t T l rt 1 y . ...... M.kir. tii i..t . I:....kv ' !;! " 1 t iun t :. n T I t I .: .It:! i' ' . - ... I 'I ! . 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Tritsch, refracting optician, at Gering & Co.'s Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Examination free. I have decided to quit farming, and will, therefore, offer all my stock and farm implements for sale to the highest bidder, at my home," known as the old Chas. Carroll place, 3 miles east and 1 One large lard press. For Rent. Eighty-two acres, two miles north of plattsmouth. Ne braska, known as She Slrei--ht pasture. For terms see W. J. Streight at Strei-ht A Strej-hfs store. O. M. Streight. 281 S Cass St., Omaha. Neb. i-l'.)-2td-2tw 1 m !:-tl-rt" I On.nl.iii. Jill:u A. I', f r., c ... NVf.r.i'k.i ll'.;.i:.il f. an. arp of :r.! I:.m.v .';.n Wait. S-. r .st.it-. I ntt -.,.., iv irr I i -' m r jm.cmt tit frtn ill J ti i.rv . I'll Tf f- i'.iwirrr tiini w-t- r'n 1 1 i::il r m-l : W. .V .1 rl work I'trw t .i .... . . . . I : i t .. r.!tT. . k ..ol hutr-.t I . M. J W(. krt :rn. ,: l::i.f I . r i. ( N. II.... Kriw'.'.r n.. . I I 'it n t IT I:.irl .;.i'irn., i. t, J.tnii.irv I I. I-M I I . ". M i : : a N. f .. ,n: -.- I: ... I t -r .....! V. tA- 1 f) z" I 0 . n. i:.j :i T rn 1. 1 -'-. r'. It r-.-- !'. fl-l I'll t f m-it :;. ar-l ru f (un 'nf. I' I-: 1 1 ... ' l:. F..r.i .f.. -t.. J.,n I r. t I at. --r. J 'ioi t I '. . I. Oil 1'irnn"', A fit a ITT; . . l-I in- too Mrs. F. S. Brinkman, Eleventh miie south of Murray and 9 miles and Pearl Sts., Plattsmout, Neb., says: "For several years I was bothered by my kidneys. My iback often pained intensely. I was inclined to think the trouble was diabetes. Headaches and south of Plattsmouth, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. Sale to commence at 10:30 o'clock a. m. One 120-egg Old Trusty cubator. Many other articles numerous to mention. FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERYED AT NOON. There will also be offered for sale two black driving mares weighing 2,200 pounds, and one good set of buggy harness, be longing to other parties. TERMS OF SALE: All sums Chronic Constipation Cured. "Five year? airo I had the worst case of chronic constipa tion I ever knew of, ami Cham berlain's Tablets cured me, writes S. F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich For sale by all dealers. The Red Cross yi -Drugstore Are UNIJLSiAK 17H ACirl-AO You will llnd the most comptetf line of stationery In the city of Plattsmouth at the Journal oiTlce The finest line of box paper, visiting and calling cards. One team of dapple gray dizzy spells bothered me and my mares, 6 and 7 years old, weight of $10 and un(jer, cash in hand; sight became so badly affected 3,100. alI oveP $10 a credit of from six that I could not read. Doan's One cow, coming 9 years old, to twelve months will be given, Kidney Pills were SO highly With Calf. nnrehnser sivin.? cnnrl hanV-nh! recommended that I decided to One heifer, coming 3 years old, nanPr hearing 8 ner cent interest tiZTSu. HZT Ttb. ,.V'a bl trv them and arot a box at Oerinirl with ealf nnH mvinc milt. j n i I !" tu"in" in ttw vitT t t..ii... i . I Mu " '"O - " & Co.'s Drug Store. In a short time they helped me in every way. lam never without: Doan's Kidney Pills on hand." For saleb y all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. - Remember the riame-Doan's- and take no other. 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, nearly new. One P. arcC YI-itich stubble plow. jfrom date. All property must be settled for before being removed. HENRY STARKJOHN. WM. DUNN, Auctioneer. R. F. PATTERSON, Clerk. Free with every purchase, a 25c nackaoA of tooth oowder. Ask tree. l r I a . m m. m. I t waiiungi lor uering io., vne spot cash family druggists. 'Phone 3S. gtl of Ohio. CItr f Tnlr.lrt. t.nra Cmt!tf. ml urinj anf tn that b I. mrn- (jtinrv mnA ruie iiorewin. mna tnut nat.l firm will t.mj the iram if XK IIt;MUKI lMrLJAK? f- rb and eTy rj of Catarrh that rtnmt b cur.'d If the use or Hall' atarrb tsre. FHAXK J. CIIEXET. Sworn fa bfnr we an4 imbrrfhe(f in tt.t prevpe, tbia OUi day f lcrtutrr. A. I)., iv. SI. A. W. CI.RASON. Notary I"uMic. Hall's Catarrh Cn l taken InUrnally and eta directly opoo tbe Ml an.I ronton. nr- lacta vi l lie Jtcia. HlU fur t-tlm.nl.l J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O. 8.M by all DrupslsU. 73c. Take Uall'a Family TUla for constlj.atloa. er: I ' Jl'irn. .:nt in rul.ir f.'rm: ' "'intv Tr jnrr f-i f r,. t .1 f. t'l 't l-r..iri.i 2' I wr., " , . , . ,,, . rity. arnxint of t - m..r. t- j .-rt ..tie.. , j5e. ,r. ,, ,". . I" n r-l. lin tr .rJt' rr, S-. i. ) ear letter from -. Slrni.n.i-j.r pi.-t in if fl.t Kre.l Vwat.r l I Inte.l Jiiti'- f IV... - tn a- l ..'itlt ln. I'r.i m.t, a.... 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