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THURSDAY. FERRUARY 10. 191G.
PLATTSMOUTIT SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
A Distinctive Reason
What is the chief reason for the superi
ority of Royal Baking Powder ?
There are several good reasons, but there
is one which distinguishes Royal from other
This reason, which every woman should
know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made
from cream of tartar, which comes from
grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin.
It means natural food as distinguished from
mineral substitutes used in other baking
There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO
Miss A-rnes Knoflir-ek was among
those froii.er to Omaha this morninr.
wheic --ho will visit .'or a few hours!
with friends and taking1 up musical
John S. Routh of Xehawka war. in
the eily todav for a few hoars look- I
h-.z after sc:r.e mutt-T of business
and cauln. on h'u friends at the court
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a - i f y ii can
i-uward Sprirc-K of Staator., Neb.,
who has i .eon here for a f t v.- days vis
iting at the home of .John McNurlin
and wife, departed Iris morn ir.tr for
George Snyder came? in this morn
ing from his farm home and depaited
or. the t ;r!y Fur!;rat'a trnlri for Oma
ha to look a fur some matters on the
stock exchange for a few hours.
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James Jelinek came i:i l;i.t evening
from Crete, Xe!., v.neae h. r:-.s :e.-n
assisting his l.rcther-ia-Iaw, C'y ; II
Kaka. in znovir.g his
link fi L-m that j-Iace to Jlaveloc
From Tue?Cays Dai;v
thi- :ificrnoen for Omaha t vi-it f:r
a - t time with i flat Ives an i 1': kr.d
i:: that citv.
y ::k Vhko was a visitor in this
ity to. lay for a f. w hou:s. calling on
it '-i'-s and I joking aitvr matters of
u-:ae s with the ir.f.'diar.b.
rurer.-.an wa? in Lincoln Fri-
Charles Aver was in Lincoln Tues-
the Bui lington jhtps in. this city, de-jday.
parted last evening fo.- Chicago, v. here j Ed Svaitii of Univer.-ity Place was
he will sp( nd a short ti"e L.ok:t:g af-' in town Ivlonday.
ter seme ba-i
-s fur the eompanv.
:? ey William A. Rol.crt? on was
tk -e a-.viz to Omaha this
:tr. where he wr. - caile i t look
a-v matters of l-usir.c.-s.
James I . orak wa - am : i: the !a-i-:
t - visitor s in Omaha t iay. g 1. -tr..it
city ike early II u; iingt.-:! train
A. Ik F
in the cr.v
: rf r f , ,::r -a'i. r: wa
todav 1 a i't-w h'-ars
king after s-me trading at
W. A. Fight. tl lea :l!
farmers ft cm near Id." ar i. -.v. a- in t
city last evening l-.'k'r.g after .-e:
matters cf husir.ess.
Mis. Ik C. 11:11 d,;..rtc .1 lat , v,
: g for kicaj- j. l:tte : he v. ill vl:
f ( r a few d.iys in t city .l
. a. a. . i j.i. .. j :! : t . i ti.
'.k J. Ik S holt of Murray was in
he city t..I..y for a fev h-n.i' looking
.fter sc-me t: adlng with the nn.r-
:tant ar i ca'ttng on nn
: kas ' -tt-n hce visiting his dnittri -v,
Mrs. K. W. Ikior-. for n davs.
.r tus a
dis. V. i.i am Ik II r.kergr was a
sen ire. thi- afterro,.n frr Omaha.
k'ter some matteis of La
:!t o. i..moo.l, vn-
t- a .-; -t :t .;' in tin wot n
Mrs. (1, orge Frahl of Omaha wa -here
today for a short visit with
relatives .r.J friend.- and to take.no:
little : --on back to ()...l;:i wkh !nr lif
ter a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. M.
Adam Kurtz departed this c-ken -oon
for Omaha, where 1: will consult a
specialist, in tvgard to his ai.mirtt
f rom which he has he r; ?idfei ing far
sc-rae tin; He was rccomnanied ' y
l is s.n. W. Ik Kurtz.
Fr-r:i "Y a? a ys 1-a.i'v.
Juhn Katrnhtrgwr was in tls' city
today for a ftw hut; rs visiting and
io;l:iua- after some tuollr.g wik the
Sid VvFiftdej cam-. in i-" tMi.l.-:'
frenn Finccdn to .-pad a
iuc-Kin.g after s-ome i.t..L.e;s luz'
Ray IV.rsell weitt to Lincoln on
l-uir.ess Vv" e d i t e s d a y .
Fev. J. L. Snavvly is having an at
tack of the la grippe.
J. A. Sharfer was hunting rabbits
in South Fend Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick
were in Lincoln Wednesday.
Geortre Fo: man va5- a passenger
to Lincoln on No. IT Monday.
Sam Crsh.ter was in Omaha Mon
day ami Tuesday on business.
Elmer IJaiie; t ur.i family were
passengers for Lir.cvin Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ge-..rg- liail were pus-
t rs for Lincoln
kks. I 'l-ji-f he e Cury.a and daughter,
Fi'iian, v. t-:v shopping in Lincoln Sat
urday. M'-s. Charles Ay.:.- has been quite
siek, hut is iccovt-riro.; nicely at tins
C. Fryic - ar.d his brother. E
i vi-it. r s Tue-dav.
w i-ours , I; .y;e; :f Elmwood, were Omaha
net. to ! r.e.:. i i.urs ;ay i . .-aing, t:e-
-I tl 1 no : r:::.g for Lincoln u
;-e:td a tkw i curs i eforv leturning
t o vk. ;
ro.ne of his I ;)
ivuth of this citv.
r can.e -a tios atterno:'?
i. j ii ort ;in.e hi ' e at tin
i is tto-ie frtm schooi
:i ar-.d. is getting ready
Fu. kn -11 and daugh-
! ten. Miss Grace, v ent to Lincoln Wed-
r. 'uay to n;t rc'at e.
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-ike ramele Itieaire-
iMUxS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15th
m pi LYMAN H. fiIS
SiSirai ?AVTZ. FESTIVAL rgqWfj
Roof of America
Battleship Struggling Trough Raging Seas!
Firth cf Fcrth Bridge, Scotland
Daring Exploits in the Swiss Alps
-ent'.r t:ns m,-rnn g i jr V'mur.u
. i-ir for a f-,v i.-arr v. ilk he h
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Fail Bennett and
. Fel'o Fcnnett. were
The undersigned will offer at Pub
lie Auction at his late home on the
Herman Bestor place, six miles wesc
of Plattsmouth, commencing at 10:00
o'clock a. m on
IKIDW, FEBRUARY 11,
the following described property, to
One bay marc, 8 years old, weight
One gelJing, 8 years old, weight
One span of mules, 10 years old,
One McCormick binder.
One McCormick mower.
One Case gang plcw
One John Deere gang plow.
One John Deere two-row machine.
One John Deer lifter.
One stalk cutter.
One harrow, good as new.
Two New Departure cultivators.
One Floosier press drill.
One Xewton wagon.
One Weber wagon.
One spring wagon.
One top bu ggy.
One hay rack.
One set driving harness.
Four sets one and a half inch har
One Galloway feed grinder.
One I. IF C. gasoline engine, two
rnd one-half horse.
Ore cream separator.
One Meadow wa-her.
And many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
Lunch Will Be Served at Noon.
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of $10 and under, cash in
hand; on sums over ?!0 a credit of
eight months will be given, purchaser
giving good bankable paper at eight
per cent interest. All property must
be settled for before being removed.
HENRY HIRZ. JR.
W. R. Ycung, Auctioneer.
Ray Patterson, Clerk.
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Three dav ca!c or.
Button School Shoes
S-'.f.O Gun and Patent Leatlit-r. now
S-i.-J-j Gun, Tan and Patent, now
S-J.oo Gvn and Vic-i, now
SI. 75 Gun and Viei, now
$1.4u Gun and Yki. now
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Protect your child'.- feet with a pair
Fi-m.ett Ckr i - v.d - wa- a pa-.
er this moriiir.g for Omaha. wher
was cai;eu to i a a-'v
ing afte r some matte: s of i
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i :.,-''. .)::'. . vi.i'.es-.iay.
prFmnn was in Lincoln
Id r.day and 'iki.'.-ilay. lie? says J. IF
Fov man is fedkg r.ach better.
Trea Jr.cc-bsen an
mridng f re : his h me, south
city, to .-pi v.'l a f-w k a:rs U.okir.g af
ter sonie tra.mg a.;-. c.-d.ng u:i hi-frie:;ds.
Mr--. Arthur Faker rdarr.
in the city last evening i r a few
hours in route horn.- f?om Omaha,
where she had spent, the day with
IMrs. Martha Faumei-u r was among
those ging to Omaha this morning,
where she- was calk-d to spend a few
hours looking after rome matters: of
Mrs. Thomas Wilis was among
tho.-e tro'iag to Omaha this morning,
where she will visit for a few hours
with frien-k and take treatment of a
e ard 2
Chris Mi'ckeiihaupt departed this
morning for Orr.tha, v. here they will
visit for a few hours, looking after
some matters of business. ,
r. J. Henr.ir.gs and. hUii, Albeit,
were in the city yesterday for a ft w
hours looking after some trading with
the merchants, drivinr in from their
home in Eight Mile Grove precinct.
A. L. Todd and TJusclI Stander
d'ove in this morning from their farm
homes, west of this city, and depart
ed on the early Purlington train for
Omaha to look after some matters on
the live stock market for a few hours.
Grover Will and GF-n Yailery came
in this morning from their farm
homes in the vicinity of Murray and
departed on the early FuiFngton train
for Omaha, where they will visit for
a few hours with friends in that city.
Mr1--. Harry Turner is visiting in the
city, being a gues-t of Mrs. Yk L.
Street, Mrs. Turner being a niece of
Mrs. Street. Mrs. Turner has been
raiding at Dinvtr. Col.-)., and is now
removing to Fed Oik, Iowa, wheic
she will reside in the future.
:-I-s. Y. 1 Lvedtke v.vr Sundays guests
at tke Laarltsci: Km? last week.
Juid Weaver retu'iied on No. 14
Saturday to hi- home at South Fend,
after spending a week with relatives
Robert J.hr. on, Chris Hoffman and
Ik:i S,van.--oi knippe-vi cattle to Oma
ha Monday, accompanying the ship
ment. Mrs. F:da Kennedy and nephew.
Ytrni.-i Hinbaagh, w ent to Lincoln
Sunday to vi-it th.e k.tter's mother,
?dr. and Mis. Augu.-t Dierksen of
F'rummnd, Okla., spont Mor. kiy with
Mr. an. 1 Ik ?. Chris Fiehmam , leaving
on No. 17 for their home.
T. N. Fobbitt, who has been spend
ing seme time with his son, George
Ik-bbitt, in Morchead, Kansas, was
circulating anv-ng friemls last week.
G co! are Foreman .sper.t Monday with
his brother, J. IF Foreman, in Lincoln,
who is getting along very well after
having had his limb broken over
again, as it had lapped.
Miss Felle Curyea received word
thnt Mrs. Flora Lowi., and grand
children had reached their home at
O'Neill, Neb., safely, after having
spent some time with relatives and
Mrs. L. Ik Fol bitt of Lincoln spent
Saturday night with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. George P. Foreman, who,
with their daughter, Aurel, spent Sun
day with their son. Fern Foreman and
family, at College Yiew.
A party of friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Casey Sat
urday evening to spend a few social
hours. A very pleasant evening was
spent and a delicious lunch was
rerved at a late hour, which all en
joyed. Mrs. George Cuiyea went to Mur
doch Monday to attend the funeral of
little Ma::ine Amgwert, 21 months'
old, who died at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert, at
Dennett. The deceased was the grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East cf Riley IIoteL
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I have decided to quit farming, and
will therefore offer all my personal
propetty for sale at Public Auction.
Sale will be held on the Peter Halmes
farm. ( miles northwest of Platts
mouth, and i) miles northeast of
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
commencing at 10 o'clock, at which
time I will offer the following prop
erty to the highest bidder:
One team bay mares, seven years
old, weight 2,400.
Ore team brown mares, full sisters,
coming two and thro? years old.
One gray colt, three years old.
Four gooel milk cows, with calf.
Two two-year-old heifers, calves at
One two-year-old stock heifer.
Thirteen head of Duroc-ersey brood
sows, all bred to registered boar.
Two Poland China gilts, bred to
registered boar, pedigrees furnished.
One Grand Detour wagon.
One One truck wagon.
One YanBrunt carriage.
One Keyes Bros, top buggy.
One Keyes Bros, spring wagon.
One hay rack.
One Piano binder.
One Sucker State press drill.
One lci-foct harrow.
Two Jenny Lind cultivators.
One Badger riding cultivator.
One Rock Island gang plow.
One Emerson hay rake.
One John Deere lister.
One Hoosier one-horse drill.
One bob sled.
One good pump jack.
One one-hole corn sheller.
One new buzz-saw frame.
One 22-inch buzz-saw blade.
One 8-barrel galvanized tank.
One Hoosier broadcast seeder with
grass seed attachment.
One John Deere ccrn planter with
1C0 rods wire.
One good Yictor feed grinder run
Three sets work harness.
One set buggy harness.
One set buggy fly nets.
One pair buggy shafts.
One buggy tongua.
Lunch Will Be Served at Noonw
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of S10 and under, cash in
hand. . On sums over $10 a credit of
six months will be given from date,
purchaser giving good bankable paper.
All property must be settled for be
fore being removed from the premises.
A. C. SMITH.
AY. K. Young, Auctioneer.
R. F. Patterson, Clerk.
George A. Kaffenbcrger was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha, where
he visited for a few hours with his
daughter at the hospital, where she is
recovering from an operation for appendicitis.
"The road has been built through an Indian ccunlry
u ithall the tribes banded together andhoslilc""-FrV7.i
speech, oi Gen. G. M. Dodc in Congress. ISO?,
The men who built this road
fought and worked by turn
inspired with a great ideal.
They spanned a continent with a trail
of blood and iron for the sake of
the Union and their road is the
The spirit of the build
ers is alive today in the
hearts of the men who
labor to improve this
great property as for a
?ialij).'..! institutijrt. Tiiis
esprit dj corps an'ects
favor.L'y evc-ryo::- who
railroad and to ccndr.ct contc- in contact with
its operations. They the Union FacTo as
work tog-ether for this traveler or shipper.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
Joins East and West u ith a Lculez itd uf SUlI
W. S. BASINGER.
General Passenger .gent,
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Journal Want Ads Pav
Perkins Hotel Building
While we have beeii iiaviu a good trade wede.Or '
meet more of the residents of this citv and c:.' .
Oysters and Fi
oil L Ojtl
Prices are the lowest possible and -very one in
vited to ius)ect our stock.
Farmer's invited to call and brinr in their j i -duce.
We pay the highest price, cah or trad, for
Butter and E
100 acres close to Plattsmouth, lot
of improvement, ; 15,000.00; small
amount clown, balance on loner
40 acres 4 miles from Pluttsmouth,
splendid buildintrs. fine spring:,
pood orchard. Price $,000.00;
2,700.00 down, balance due in
1922 at 5 per cent. Will take
clear Plattsmouth residence or
acreage for equity.
400-acre splendid improved farm, 8
miles from Plattsmouth. Price
$125.00 per acre; terms to suit.
190-acre farm. lr2 miles south of
Louisville, big snap at $130.00 per
160-acre farm, -2 miles from Murray,
cheap at $125.00 per acre.
200-acre farm near Murray. A dandy
and worth the money $100.00
100-acre farm near Murray, worth
$10,000.00, will sell for $8,000.00
till March first. It's a great snap
. and will fro quick. Terms to suit.
47 acres at Oreapoiis, south side of
f. ic m. i:. i:.. ii a,-..:, -; t:.
j- fiiie-t f la:y h.-l ai.-i !-:...- 1
$10.0'J p r acre, L.a.aet i :
'c-hoF-t, K vel ! otti'ia La. i. . 1 .' .
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adjoin ire: I'aat.-r.iuu'.h
c!'.( a p.
25 . i a-ku F.ihvl.c.-' a a 1 r:a.r y
far:r.s in central a" i .e-t. -i N-bi.'i.-ka
at prices tht v. .11 i...t...
you want t buy.
Land values are sure to F-.. I
ancial experts are aieci that v .- j
fucirg an era of 'VLea:" r.-.,
which means an t i a of l.a h p-.. i -.
Old-time ie-i-.Hi.ts vi!i n- aa t:..-t
in the years 1S; xt F--75 ti.j ;i i
of cheap money which f .:!. w i ti
Civil War there v.a-: a rii-,.: : a '. i
place money in IFal F. tut,. F: . .
went sky-hierh, and baere f otu:..
were made by thoe who b.-e
the right time.
Farm Lands w.ll near a. . . ; . ! a .
cheap as now. Fuy Lara!! L-.y .
somewhere, but Fuy L-.nd an-i j (. i -sure
to make mor.ty. You c.a.'; !
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