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PLATT5M0UIR 6 EMiv7EEE LY J0UE1NAE.
MASK A BALL!
Saturday Evsning, February 1 3fb
SOME VERY INTERESTING
SUGGESTIONS ON THE
CORN STALK DISEASE
I W'O CASH I'kIZi
!um- l.v ilic I'l.it:-nt.utli (rl!u-u:i
( it tits
THE WIZARD OF
j .-een at the Pa mole theater Saturday;!':1;,-. witft
i iiiirii. Fem-uatv A talented com- Kast iw;.-
! par.y : -lrn.-ei
The so-called cornstalk disease that
has L.aflled the veterinarians is still
!iijrir.iC in many counties. Horses ru:i
ji,iri;r on dry pasture in the fall of the
year, with an already run-down condi
tion, waiting for the first stalk field
ito he opened to them, will rush l.i
'j-.rid Korv.e themselves with the dead,
,di-"a.;cd and unpalatable fodder, an I
I erhaps with a scant supply of water,
and rio salt or other assistant in
stimulating digestion, will naturally
l.t-come subjects for disease. Kven
i those that are better cared for (?)
put in stabh-s at ni;rht, and perhaps
fed a few ears of corn and a maurer
full of straw, another diet not lit for
korres, are still subject to the disease.
Yoi:n? lio'ses, especially, are liable to
Idisia.o ii::i!"r r.nove condition.
In order to .'tuin best lesu'ts, and
keep horses ia Kod, healthy and
urowirvr condition, my experience has
been, th.ii;;;rh they are run in eood
stalk tields dm in' the dav, they
j should be put. in the barn or yar d at
r.brh: and iriven a balanced ration of
j a eo.-tde of quarts of oats, a double
iw. Uul of oil cake and frood alfalfa
i t r Knit W:ter :.t
' a day. If the above is fol
I thiik very little will be
co ri.-lnik di ease amonr
. IN I'LATTSMOUTII
forty yi:ai:s ago.
Messrs. Kelly, Mahoney ' O'Con
nor nave tha first dance of tlu; ".So
cial Club" series on Tuesday n!rhi.
Lar;-re crowd and a ood .ime Uiey
had. too. Music by lb own.-: ytriiur
a!.! p!.:yers with a hwi .i on
i 'it.'.' fi'il eTicirnt cho.-u-; :"i 1 well hear-l o:
i uait ed balb t are piomi-ed in The pre- ,ko:se-
sent:: t Ion hero, t he cast beimr tlu'J Tie- lie. t way to feed the corn plant
V 111. .
The ?,Iasvns of Plattsniouth and vi
cinity enjoyed a rich treat on Satur
day evening in hearing a lecture by
Lb-olhcr Hrotsollo, from Eypt- It
was said to be the lejst lecture on
Ma--oiuc subjects ever delivered here.
George M.tvfield. who has been un
der the ve;th r some lately, is now
I'ettin' all . K. a;rain. What has
been supposed to be pleurisy was only
an old bioken rib jrettinr cu its ear
anin. Dr. George lilack has plaster
ed him to-t tlier aeahi. and in a fe-v
weeks (Jeorj'M expects to be as new.
On Monday iveninic ju-t as most
white folks were sitting1 down to su -per
the cry of tire ranir out on the
streets and C. Parmele's premises
were found to be on lire. It was
caused by the explosion of a lamp,
::nd a number of books and other
F'attsmouth Citizens Should Read and
Heed This Advice.
Kidnev trouble is dangerous and
Don't experiment with something
new and untried.
Use a tested kidney remedy.
I!e.2in with Doan's Kidney Pills.
Used in kidney troubles aO years.
liecom mended here and every
A Plattsmcuth citizen's statement
fotm-: convinciii.fr proof.
It's loc.il testimony it can be in
vestigated. K. M. Duttery, Tenth and Walnut
streets. Phut stnouth, says: 4,I usd
Doan's Kidney Pills for pain in in"
back and hips and other symptoms of
kidney trouble. The quick reiief they
brought warrants me in endorsing
tl em. I still use Doan's Kidney Pill--.
i ii .
c-ecassoriaiiy and lTcommonn mem us
bitrt.lv as ever."
piojeity were destroyei
lire could be extintruishel. The loss
was estimated nt s It'.D, and niomptly
paid by Capt. Palmar, the a.-ren. it
nduht have been worse.
-imply a-k for a kidney remedy set
I loan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Buttery had. Foster-Miibui n Co..
Props., Huffalo, X. Y.
Ii.T'art for Louisiana.
as use 1 in its
( ne ruinn e
run of is to fee l it in the shape of en.-ilajr-.-
per- , J.
the process (;." curitir silajre it oes
into a lieat of 1.
es Fahrrnhei; ,
tine of the Uir Musical Successes of
e ."ea":n in imi-.ni
One of the bic musical successes of
the season is the new, two-act farc':.d
extravaganza. "The Wizard of Wise
lar.d." the book by Pdde Dudley,
former dramatic editor of the Denver
Post, the score and lyrics by Chicago j
Publishing House. I
The instantaneous success rained by j
this meirv offerin? is said to be duel
to a clear and well wrouirht-out plot
; nd to the excellence of the nt-i-dc
A SOLUTION TO THE
PROSLEiil PRINTED IN THE
To the Editor of
(which is suf. ".cit nt to d.estroy all dis-
I e:i. e -cerins or mold tha: may be in
jil.e c:n.' I have fed a liberal quan
tity of sdajre to my horses, once a
it- .l.i in .r td'-i. u-ili;.-r t"i i r 1iii- ii
r 'ears, with rond results.
T def.ne the word ensi'.ave. 1
la'tsmoui:! r.-.enc-od by the purchase of pure-bred
own. and the
It. It. received
j:isture" in the win
d.ates back about
at which tine I mm-
olutien to the pre
pec Ker w
vr.ul 1 tak;
stecK. to improve rn v
sleek of this vicinity.
ruiinir the last six years, in ccn-
ir1" ! rection wih my general farmiufr, I
the standard of the latter, accor
to several critic
reach In.sr that of!
an t J.- 'ays, ft s.; itays
; hole throutrh tlie cypress lo
-ir.ee tne proniem :o"s net
to berin til! it is 1 iror.'.h
i- -l-. t-u - : :. u....1.1.. 1 'inii. 1
:i;rnL oinra. i ne lueee jsi mciuiul-h .-si
v : . ' l;..u i,...;.,, ,-,!,:.. Jit would tak- 4 months 12ti 1
,.A !onjrfi or -r . d:iy. it v.oiui uii.c,
",-n'-"1-- l ave sold nearly ten (10) thousatid
to p". k a I v;t5th of horses, m.,.-t of
j wbi. ii we-e ra.i-e.l on my own farm.
I"-'''-' Itc-crntlv. I disoo-:ed of ten (10)
head of registered Percb?tons to an
Jov.a party, oiii of eleven (11) head I
was otfeiir-cr for sale. I re'rrot that
The IJ. M
loaded ca.rs drin'v the mor.th if Xo
vembtr and sent east in all 1,14'.
This would, seem to show that busi-
niis.: i .j 1 1 iri!' i 1 1 ft- n 11 c-inrt .iii.I t-.-t
' ' ih.-. I.i
we were rot entire! v '-rrasshojieied I' .
last year. II our interests south ot
thu Pintle are properly loekel afl.-r
lids wilder the above account will in-
A y every year, and man .
e'd'-riris s lie t oriimencc-d
. II. Powdish. the Louisiana land
!, will lep.u t tomorrow mor niirjf
Frai.k'in, T.oui-iann, to b ;.rone
:d.out a week or ten days. He will
be act'orriparded by a number of pros-
A Fresh and Complete
Stock of Groceries!
I wish to impress upon the minds of all
my friends and patrons that I have re
ceived and opened up a new fresh and
complete line of groceries in the Gorder
building, opposite my old stand on Main
street, where I am ready and willing to
supply the trade with any and everything
in this line. I will conduct my business
in this location awaiting the completion
of the repairs on my former business place.
I will be pleased to meet all my old friends
and patrons, also all new ones who care
to favor me with their patronage.
-L B. EOEOEBGER-
oective land purchasers, amonjr whom
will be J.'.ho Tompkins r.nd wife an.i
Prank Vallery, of this city. There
will be some ei.rht or ten in the party.
lance of whom are from other
that v.iii a
dd to her wealth ar.d pros-
Dance at Murray Thursday.
Tl-e foHowinr are the ofbcers-el ;-c
of P!;tt: mouth Lodre Xo. n A. V. an 1
A. M., for the cnsuinir Masonic year,
and will be installed on Saturday
nii-ln. December : P. K. White. W.
M.; J. P. J.h:v--on, S. W.; Julius Pep
leibe; r. J. W.; J. W. M arshall, Treas
ure; D. II. Wh-x-Vr. Secietaiy; S. -.
There will be a li;r social dance
niven Thursday evening, February
lth. at Jerkins' hall in Murray bv'
Joe Whc'er, and a cordial invitation
is extended to everyone to be present
T.d i ave a iood time. Music will be
furnished bv the Holly orchestra of
tef iome of the artistic kind that '
f.irc" their vsv into rar'or and drnw- i
inir roim and others that are humm 1
r.r.-l whistled everyAvhere.
The stjry is just as original as the
1 1 o pet : :
j both conli
lentrth of time t;. peck a jR .Hs- osir-r of the. e horses tluit thev
h 117 shingles as it woui l..i
j r.o. i:e-erii".vet r.
P. II. WiUiams, Sr. S.: A. Despain.
S.: Jas. falinr. Tvler.
I o'e throurh the lor,
in the same amount
title. The jrraduati.ijr class of a
your.sr ladies' seminary, through the
wood. Then, since 117 shbvrb's c
d tbrou.".h in 4"-'. flays,
can be necked through
left this vicinby, l:t
nd I let them jro.
11 have ;ne, that s
I trt mv
1 j head of mv herd
A skating party who had been liav
hav! their enjoyment seriously marred
as they were preparing to start for
too l at the i hom:?, by two of the party skatin-jr in- to-wit
to ar- nil ho!-?, opposit;? the depot. Mi.-s
The undersi;rnel will sell at Public
Auction at his home'. '2 1-2 miles south
of Platts-moi'th. on
FEnUPAPV 4th. P)l.-,
Sale will commence at 1:00 sharp,
th.e feliowirjr described property,
fir two year.-, and
is a sire is not iren-
mystie properties of a potion prepared j
by their professor in chemistry and
Ih of JO.-J
It is not
-1 1 7'
'n I e rally known, but this yourvr otfsprinir
s ve:y promisinr, and I am offering
him at a tea? on abb? price.
them in charpe and promotes one of
the same lentrth
( ii. i .i i
the men of the party to the dienitv of 1 ri I1P1"- " Tne frrassnopp-i
-The Wizard of Wiseland." The r'-'- Tth days to kk-k out one seed
T-mliar condition nrevnilini in Wise-1 The brofdem does not state the siz,
land cause comical confusion, for a
time, as everything in the disposition
and circumstances of each individual
is reversed. The results can be im-
rcined when it is remembered that the
your.jr ladies have had their love af
fairs and their men companions theirs.
In the end all are eajrer to tret back
to their former suroundinjrs. a wish
which the pood fairy gratifies by a
wave of her wand.
It can be readily seen that there
are great opportunities for the display
of ingenious and intricate scenic art
of the pick!", therefore we must take
a pickle with a size most suitable to
a cork-letrcred jrrasshopper. which
one containing 115 seeds. Then sine?
1 seed can be kicked out in "2-l 17tii
days. 1-l.t seeds can be kicked out in
1 IHx1. r2 ! 17th days, or 4!2 5-Dth
days, which is eoual to 1 year. 1
months, 7 tlays, rj hours and 20 min
utes. Hence, the answer is: One
year, 4 months. 7 days, 13 hours and
20 minutes. Yours truly,
A Knox County Teacher.
which thev drink while unanimously ; :l --ro.s,-eeu rianopper w,u. a cor r. j ln caVi,!r the farm and Cass coun
wishine for the same thinjr, are trans- j -(' ln kKk sec"! r,"f of ns,!y for th,. present at least, I do not
ported durintr a short sleep to a won- i 51 "ooer -.e.reu ooi-.m-ckv. -.. j,,Vc r,iy 1 kmjr for -ood horse
.ierful island where -pebbles are Tk a h',u' hrouah a sh.n-le. Th.-i
Iar!s and flowers are jrirls," and.--,nC? recknv.r a hole by the woolpeck
v.here a beniirnant fairy nueen takes!0" a,", k"'-"T "ut a seed by th.-
md sliould I return to the farm will
st "II b" interested in the breeding uji
of a uond rrade f)f hcrr-.es. I wi.-h to
thank my neighbors and friends for
their co-operation in the betterment
of the horse business of this vicinity,
r-r.d hope they wiil continue the in
terest they have already developed.
Yours trly. J. J. fiustin.
YOUNG PEOPLE MAR-
Yesterday afternoon at 2:4 at the
in the stage sc-ttincrs, as well as of ,,a' ,or SaIt'. home of Ilev. A. C. Hollowell, pastor
weird and beautiful transformations j Prairie, timothy and clover hay injef the Church of Christ, occurreJ the
and of bewildering and fascinating stack, $.".0 Oper ton. Just east of the
costumes. Over '400 costumes are river. S. P.owe, Pacific Junction. Ia.
used in the presentation, owing to the
trreat variety called for.
"The Wizard of Wiseland will be
Subscribe for The Journal.
Odds and Ends Merchandise!
Veare placing on the bargain counter a lot of merchan
dise odds and ends. These we offer at a Iare reduction
Ladies' and. Children's Hosiery
Ladies' and Children's Woolen Underwear
Woolen Batts for Comforters
An Odd Lot of Worsted Dress Goods
Ladies' Silk Petticoats
marriage of Mr. William II. Colfelt
and Miss Sulla Z. Lewis, two very
popular young people of this city. The
wedding was a very quiet one, the
only attendants at 'the ceremony be
ing Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Rhin, who at
tended the young people as the solemn
and impressive marriage service was
performed by the minister. The young
people, following the wedding, depart
ed for the home of the bride's parents,
where they were showered with well
wishes on their new-found happiness.
They will make their home in the
future on a farm west of th"i3 city.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Lewis and has been reared
to womanhood in this city, where she
possesses a host of the warmest
friends. The groom has made his
home in this locality for the past four
years, being engaged in farming, and
is a most estimable young man in
Left at One of the Starts.
About two months ago, a man s
light gray heavy overcoat, lined with
gray and white striped satin to waist.
Anyone noticing such a coat in their
j store please notify the Journal office
T'va Shelton wont to the bottom, un
der the second ice, rising against the
lower ice she worked her way to the
hole and climbed upon the lower ice,
and. stood in about three feet of water
until the gentlemen could get a ladder
and ropes, with which they were suc
cessful in getting her out, after being
in the water 1" minutes. She was
taken into the depot immediately, an I
dry clothing brought for her, afte
which she was taken to her room.
Wednesday morning she was very
weak, but we trust she will get over
it without any further serious trouble.
Miss Shelton wishes us to tender her
warmest thanks to the gentlemen wh.
assisted her out of her cold bath. K 1
Mart also got a lively douche, but was
hauled out II(e)art whole for future
P L P LIC SALK
I wish to announce that on Monday,
February 22, I expect to make an
mction sale of Farm Implements,
consisting ot buggies, wagons, en
gines, cream separators, and, in fact,
nearly every implement used on the
This will not be a sale of a lot of
;dds and ends, but will be a sale of
standard good"; each article put up
will be sold, anl will carry the fac
tory's, as well as my own, guarantee,
same as if sold at private sale.
This will be your opportunity to
buy what you may be in need of in
this line right at the openiripr of the
farming season. Usual terms will be
given. See the Journal for furth2r
notice. W. T. Richardson.
P. S. ratties having anything to
sell bring it in and we will have a
Horses, Hogs and C luckens.
Ore bay brood mare, 11 years old,
One smooth mouth bay brood mare,
One bay mare 7 years old, weight
One brown gelding weighing 1,400,
P years old.
Ore bav trebling weighing 1.100, 10to mention
One milk cow, '. years old.
One milk cow, 2 years old.
12 HhcroHshbred Poland-Chinas.
Two recorder brood sows.
One yearling brood sow, eligible to
Five thoroughbred boars, sired by
Twelve thoroughbred Plymouth
Ore Peering binder.
.One farm wagon.
One wagon with hay-rack.
One "-section harrow.
One (Jale corn planter with 100
rods of wire.
One hay rake.
One John Deere lister.
One set of work harness.
One set of light harness.
One top buggy.
One old buggy.
One seeder with grass seed attach
ment. One Rest-Ever gang plow.
And numerous household articles.
As I am going to quit farming, I
will sell property listed below at
Public Auction on the old Jesse Ervin
place, 2 miles east and 2 miles north
f Union. 2' ' miles east and 5 miles
south of Murray.
MONDAY, FEI'HL'AIiY 1",, 191").
Sale Beginning at 10:M0 A. M.
7 Horses and Mares.
One black horse 7 yer.is old, weight
One hay mare smooth mouth, weight
One bay mare ! years old, weight
One black mare 7 years old, weight
One roan ma'e 0 ears old, weight
2.:00, in foal to horse.
One bay mare 1 years old, weight
1,200. in foal to horse.
One bay rrare " years rid, weight
Cows and Calves.
Six head of milch cows, 4 giving
milk and two will be fresh soon.
Five head of calves.
O i .j'i-iiuh Rain wagon, as good as
One spring wagon, in good shape.
On' old buggy.
One new hay rack.
Ore good .'i-section harrow.
One "Jennie land" cultivator.
One set of l-inch work harnes-,.
One set of l-i-inch work harness.
One set of single harness.
One set of driving harness.
Four Dozen Hens.
Many other articles too numerous
PUBLIC IMPLEMENT SALE
All sums of $10.00 and
O.er that amount, S
Lunch Will Be Served on the Ground
A high-grade piano for sale cheap
if taken soon. Inquire at this office.
Letter files at the Journal office.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind Yea Kav3 Alvsys Bought
TERMS OF SALE.
All sums of !?10 and under, cash in
hand; on sums over $10, a credit of
eight months will be given, purchaser
giving rote with approved security,
bearing 8 per rent interest from date.
All property must be settled for be
fore being removed from the premises.
W. T. ADAMS. Owner.
WM. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
C. C. FRICKE, Clerk.
W. T. Smith of Amazonia. Missouri,
who has been bee for a short time
visiting with raUtiv es in this cty, de
parted yesterda-' r-.fterncon for his
home. Mr. mith states thai: hii
family is getting along nicely ami en
joying very much Pieir new home.
months time will be given, if desired,
on approved notes bearing 8 per cent
interest from date.
Lunch V.'ill be Served on the Grounds
by J. D. Shrader.
R. H. FITCH, Owner.
LEWIS PROS., Auctioneers.
J. M. PATTERSON, Clerk.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 191,
I will offer at Auction Sale the follow
Two 14-inch Walking Plows.
One lG-inch Walking Plow.
Four Gang Plows.
One Sulky Lister.
Three Tongue Cultivators.
Two Tongueless Cultivators.
Thiee Riding Cultivators.
Two 3-section Harrows.
One Disc Harrow.
One 2-row Corn Cultivator.
One Feed Grinder.
One Sulky Hay Rake.
One Metal Wheel Truck.
Two Wagon Boxes.
Four Boss Endgates.
Three Press Drills.
Two Top Buggies.
Two Cream Separators.
One Grind Stone.
Sale to Commence at 1 :'0 O'clock.
Articles amounting to $10 or less
will be cash. Above this amount a
credit of six months will be given,
purchaser giving a bankable note
j beating eight per cent interest.
I Parties having anything to sell,
! bring it in and we will have a "Sales
Day." W. T. RICHARDSON,
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
FOREST ROSE Best flour m
the market. Sold by all leading
Don't You Believe It.
Some say that chronic constipation
cannot be cured. Don't you believe it.
Chamberlain's Tablets have cured
others why not you? Give them a
trial. They cost only a quarter. For
"-ale bv all dealers.
When you are looking for the very
best articles in the line of fancy box
stationery, call at the Journal office,
where you will find an exce'Ient
variety to select from.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
r morrtirj- trill urily il..stror th t.Pnso of rr..'TI
ami ruin I li'tily ili.rane tin" nlmln njstciu wlirii
niirriii it tiir.ni-li tLe niui't.ii Kiiflun-. Sin it
i.rtiilis h.iulii nrvrr lie usrd rxrrit on !ri-rli-inns
f-.iu ivputablo ibTsirl.-ms. at the ilamBfc
tl:rv w.ll lo li ten fulJ to tl.e Rmxl yrni ran
i-Hii.v derive fr'iai ih.-ui. Hall' Catarrh t'un
nir.iiiifiictiiml ly F. J. I'lienry Ac Co.. Tnli-l'.
(ntnliis no n.rriurv. iiu.l i tak'-n Internally.
rcti::p dlrertly Hi mi th" M.muI ami nun-oils ur
farn if tin- system. Ill tmytnic Hall's at.-irrli
Cure lie Mire vim. pet the c-miliie. It N t.ik.-n
lnt.Tn:.l!v i:-nl niHile l:i T-il.-'l". Olilt by I". J.
i I.oiiey i: t o. T stlai. iii.-iU free.
S i I y Ptrplts. rrii-e. ".. rrf little.
T. k. i: ,11' t r -.:i!ly Tin t roust iDation.
The cost of building a silo
is not an expense, it is an
investment which you get
back at the end of a year.
We build the cheapest, most durable silo that is made
and give you a guarantee which protects you against any
chance of loss.
If you are posted on the value of a silo come into our
office and let us show you our system of construction.
If yqu are not posted on silos come in and let us show
you how you can increaee the profit of your farm 25 percent
We also make the best water tanks and grain bins on
earth at less money than either wood or iron.
Just south of the postoffice on Fifth street you will find
us ready to talk silos and water tanks.
Come in when you are in town and get acquainted.
Concrete Construction Co.,
Plattsmouth, - - - Nebraska
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