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IN STORE FOR YOU
Carload of NewBuicks
and Other Oars!
YOUR 1919 MODEL
OVER THE COUNTY
Ronald Quellhorst. son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Quellhorst of near Alvo
is reported sick with Influenza.
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Reiter near Wabash
on last Sunday. Both mother and
baby are getting along nicely.
ed from a trip to Chase county has
been confined to his home with In
fluenza, but at the present time is
Mrs. G. W. Sterner went to Te
oumseh, on Monday being called
there on account of the death of her
sister. Mrs. Robert Heek. She re
mained and attended the funeral.
Clyde Irons came in last Satur
day having received his discharge
from the army. He has been in
T- t 1 1 l
tiigiana ana nas seen a goou ueai oi
territory and has much of interest
to tell his many friends.
In last weeks issue occurred the
item relative to the divorce of Loren
Parish, which should have read
Loren Parish granted divorce from
Mrs. Mable E. Parish and she given
her former name of Mable E. Oliver.
We are glad to make this correction.
Dr. ("has. Parrish, veterinarian,
who left Elmwood some time ago
entering the service for Uncle Sam
and was stationed in Ceorgia for
some time, writes his friends here
that he will return to Elmwood some
time in the near future and again
resume his work here.
On Wednesday Less Shepherd,
who works for Ray Fentirnan was
rewarded witn a Christmas present
of a peculiar nature. He had set
traps and on making his rounds dis
covered that he had caught a big
grey wolf. The hide of this wolf
will easily be worth $20. Less
ought to be satisfied with this c:itch.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Tyson was the scene of a happy oc
casion on Christmas day. There
pons Syrus and wife of Omaha. Ro
land of California and Floyd of Lin
coln S. A. T. C. were all home. These
three boys have received their dis
charge from the service. Noel will
remain in service for a while yet.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse are in
St. Joe. visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph I'hley having been
called there, on account of the eer-
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ions condition their little son,
Donald who is suffering with ap
pendicitis. At last reports the little
fellow was getting along nicely and
an operation is not though to be
J. W. Staton left Monday morn
ing for Guyman. Okla.. to look after
his land interest there.
Mrs. Fred Rose died at her home
near Xehawka Monday morning of
cancfr. Funeral services were held
Tuesday. Dec. 24.
Francis Olscn who is a student at
the Sweetwater Military Institute,
Sweetwater. Tennessee, cam? home
Friday morning to spend the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John and William O'Brien arriv
ed from Peoria. 111., Saturday even-
ing for a
visit with their brother,
Henry O'Brien and family. The
boys are farming in Illinois and are
taking a vacation whib? the farm
work is slack.
Miss Dorothy Murtey arrived Sat
urday night from Nashville, Tenn.,
where she is attending the Ward
Belmont school for girls. She will
remain during the holidays as her
vacation extends until after the
first of the year.
Truly we are living in a modern
age. A news dispatch tells cf a
basket ball game between a Key
West Florida local team and a team
from the Miama Florida Aviation
camp, in connection with which the
visiting team from Miama made the
trip to Key West (1"0 miles) in
Word was received from Kearney
by G. II. Dennis, that he is grand
pa again, and this time it is another
carpenter t; add to George's work
irg force. Last Thursday. Decem
ber 19, a nine-pound boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dennis at
Kearney. Nebr. This is their second
child and George's eleventh grand
child. Mother and boy are doing
I . W.J S'aton sold his home last
week to Peter Olpon. We understand
Mr. Olson will join the list of auto-
mobile farmers in the spring by
living in town and autoing back and
forth while superintending the
farm. Mr. Staton has not fully de
cided what he will do as yet but It
All Makes of Cars!
lis hoped that he and his estimable
family will still remain in the eoni
Fred McCleery arrhod home Xmas
even ins: on a l.r-day furlough. Fred
war. in Prance thirteen months
! in the aero service at Lecroisic
'France. He arrived in the U. S. the
lnth and has been .at Hampton
Roads since. Fred was among the
first boys' in Weeping Water to en
list and has been across and is the
first one back but he enlisted in the
navy for four years, and now as the
war is over he would rather be at
home. Some of his experiences are
i Mrs. L. 1). Switzer returned home
from Detroit, 2VIich., the day before
Xmas. She has been with her
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Swisher, and
reports a. fine granddaughter, Doro
thy Jean, born November 7. the day
the first news of peace came. They
thought Dorothy Jean was a peace
baby but the authentic news of the
armistice did not come till a few
days later. Mr. Swisher was taken
ill with the fiu and Mrs. Switzer ex
tended her visit to care for him.
Sfi ij 3 Sfi p 3$ Sfi
Mrs. Henry Ahl was called to
Surprise, Neb., this week to the
bedside of her sister, Mrs. William
Ktinznian. who is dangerously ill
Mr. and Mrs. August Ossenkop.
of Oconto, and Mrs. Ossenkop's sis
ter, Mrs. Louise Arnold and Miss
Carrie O.-'sonkop. of Omaha, are
here for a Christmas visit with
relatives and old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. May Held and
family, of near Wausa, are here to
spend Christmas with relatives, Mr:
Mayfield's Fister. Miss Edith. has
returned from an extended visit
with her brother and family.
Pearl Mayfield is home from Har
vard university on a ten day fur
lough and i-s having the time of his
life. He will complete his course
as a wireless operator in four weeks
after he returns and will then go to
fea. He enlisted for four years.
Miss Jessie Garrison. who has
had charge of the telephone ex
change at Davey, Neb., writes to
have the Courier sent to her at
number 100S Shanklin . avenue.
Trenton, Mo., where she has been
transferred to a better position.
Charles L. Knutson writes us
from Camp Funston under date of
Dec. 21, saying he expects to be at
home in a few days. He was for
merly in the 120th Spruce squad
ron at Vancouver, Wash., and bjs
seen considerable country since he
Ensign Dert A. Jacobson is home
from the navy on a short furlough.
He has attained the rank of an en-
Fign and nas been assigned to nis
ship, but now that the war is over
even this position has lost much of
its zest and he prefers the life of a
civilian and expects soon to receive
his release. He spent Christmas
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Jacobson.
Harry Wirth and William Kraeg
er arrived home Sunday from Camp
McArthur, Texas. They were first
returned to Camp Funston where
they were mustered out. The boys
are looking fine but since there is
no longer any chance for them to
go across they were glad to get
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson
have moved from
they were living on a farm to
Havelock. where George has a good
position in the Burlington shops.
Mrs. Thompson and children have
been visiting relatives and friends
in Louisville but returned to Have
lock in time for their Christmas
Mrs. C. II. Adams is spending the
Christmas holidays with her par
Will Horn and wife left Sunday
for Bilvar. Mo., to spend a month
Orris Knapton, who has sene ser
vice in France, arrived home Sat
tirda ynight, having received his
discharge from Uncle Sam's service.
The editor's family are all recov
ering nicely from their recent ill
ness, and it is hoped will soon be
cm full feed again.
Oscar Keil experienced a fall on
the ice Tuesday which rendered
him unfit to get out for a few days.
His condition is not serious.
Mrs. Judkins-Ankeny came from
(Council Bluffs, where she is teach
i ing, Sunday morning to spend the
Christmas vacation with home folks.
Harry Leffel is now able to be up
-f.nd-aTonnd after being confined ta
liis bed with the flu and double
pneumonia for the past ten days.
Bill and Valley Trumble both
went back to Fort Logan, Col.,
where they received their discharges
from the army service on the 24th.
Frank McFadden and 'wife of
Marion, la., spent Christmas with
his sister, Mrs. E. P. Belts. They
returned to their home this morn
ing. Jack Ward, formerly section fore
man on the west section, has been
transferred to Walton and moved
to that place Saturday. Will Wil
son of Wabash is now in charge of
this section. 1
C. V. Crabtree, who came down
with the flu last Thursday, has not
been doing as well as some others.
Sunday morning his condition was
such that a consulting physician
was called and it was decided he
had developed pneumonia. It
sot thought his case is critical
In the District Court of the County
of Cass. Nebraska.
Charles I'armel... 1'laintlff
.Facob P. Falter: Mary Falter: O.
P. Olson, first reil name unknown;
Mrs. . P. Olson, first real name
unknown, wife of O. P. Olson: .1.
N. King, first real name unknown:
Mrs. J. X. Kintr. first real natne
unknown, wife of J. T. King; W.
F. Winslow. first real name un
known; Clarcnee A. Atkinson: Kr
nest ;. Shellenbarger: Texas llio
(inni'lf Company, a Corporation,
anil Fred Wagner.
Notice of Suit
To the defendant.. O. P. Olson, first
real name unknown: Mrs. O. I. Olson.
first real name unknown, wife of .
P. ()l.on: J. N. Kinv, first real name
tinknown: Mrs. J. N. Kinjr, first real
name unknown, wife of J. N. Kinr:
Texas Kio Orande Company, a Corpo
l oli anil eacii oi you are nereny noi i-
fl..l tliaf tt.o r.lnintifT 1ms filed hisl
amended petition in the above entitled
action jn the District Court of Cass
county, Nebraska, to foreclose a mort-
- . .... ...
As I am going to Perkins County.
Xeh., next spring. I will sell at
Public Auction at what is known as
the Geo. M. Hild farm, seven miles
west and three miles south of
Plattsmouth. and a half mile north
and one mile west of Eight Mile
Grove cemetery, beginning at 10:00
o'clock A. M., on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14TH, 1919.
The following de.-ribed property:
12 Head of Horses.
One black mare. 4 years old. wt.
1500. with foal. -
One bay maro, S years old, wt.
1C00. with foal.
One bay ge.ding, 5 years old, wt.
One bay gelding, 7 years old. wt.
One black gelding, smooth mouth,
One bay mare, C years old. wt.
One bay geldine. 1 year old.
One suckling colt.
One team bay geldings. 11 and
12. wt. 3200.
One dapple gray mare. f years
old. wt. 1500.
One black gelding, 3 years old,
12 Head Of Cattle.
Three milk cows, two fresh, one
Three heifers, one and two years
old. One Shorthorn bull, thirteen
One Red Polled bull.
Four bull calves, four and five
17 Head Of Hogs.
One pedigreed Duroc-Jersey boar,
One Newton wagon.
One Mitchell wagon.
One spring wagon.
One hay rack.
One McCormick mower.
One press drill.
One John Deere seeder.
One 3-section harrow.
One center cut disc.
One stalk cutter.
One King cream separator.
One tank heater.
Five dozen chickens.
One Acme hay rake, nearly new.
One Sattley gang plow, almost!
One new Moline riding lister.
One Moline combined walking
Two New Departure cultivators,
One CO-gal. kerosene tank with
Many other articles too numerous
Lunch Will Be Served by W. A. Scott
TERMS OF SALF. All sums un-
der $10, cash in hand. On sums over
$10 a credit of six months will be
given on bankable note bearing
eight per cent interest from date.
No property to be removed from the
premises until settled for.
. vtmnv rs I
juju nuunx, u wrier,
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
LOUIE FRIEDRICH, Clerk.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Est of- Riley Hotel.
- :Coates Elock,
gage gtvenjby Jaeob P. .
wi man raiin, t" . . ...
iL'ni i,v sniil Charles r. ia.vi.
Leonard Y Pehelbel and assigned i
si.l.t Leonard W. Scheibel to th. P'a':
tiff, which said mortgage- ,s ,",
August 2C, 1913. and was recorded in
the office of the Register of Leeds or
c ount v. Nebraska, on August
ioi at lA-at n m . In book ! o
moitKairrM, at page f.1 thereof, cori-vevina-
lota 11 and 12 in block 27 In
the City of Plattsmouth. Cass county.
note for the sum of J15.000.00 dated
August 2C. 1913. and becoming Ju
September 1, 1918. with interest at
per cent per annum from September l.
1S13, annually us evidenced by hve in
terect nnfet therewith Of even date
anu which principal note draws inter
est at 10 per cent per annum after uue
until paid and that the interest note
of $a0o.OO thereon, due September J.
)1 with interest at 1 per cent after
maturity has not been paid, and that
said principal note and said interest
note ore long past due and by tn
terms of said mortgage. the whole
amount is due and payuble: that trie
..v-.. ivt- v-t-ar in the sum of
s I $906.73 became delinquent on the 1st
.ia- of May. 191S, and remain unpaid
and that the plaintifT asks juuKiiimi
on said principal note and interest
ite and said mortfjaKe and to fore
close the equity of redemption againt.
all the parties therein. I
You and each of you are required to
answer said petition on or before Alon
dav. the loth day of Kebruary. ll. or
default ujfainst you and earn of you
will b.- dulv entered therein.
Dated this I'Sth day of December,
11. . !
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BY THE THOUSANDS
I T-.-J TJ ft,, Anam frnm
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the Other of Late.
Warning to the country that the
Influenza epidemic is by no means
ended, and that all possible precau
tions against the disease should be
taken has Just been isued by tho
public health authorities at Wash
ington. Late reports show that the dis
ease is breaking out anew in its
worst form from practically one end
of the country to the other. Already
there have been over 300,000 deaths
from the disease and one prominent
health official predicts that there
will nossiblv be 750.000 deaths in
this country next year from Influ
enza and the ailments which follow
The disease has been very baf -
fling to the medical profession and
health authorities frankly admit that
ordinary preventative measures such
as wearing of masks and closing pub-
lie places seem of little avail.
Persons who are weak and run-.
down, and who have not the strength '
to throw oil the Influenza germ, are
the earliest victims. Those who
catch colds easily or who are suffer
ing from catarrhal troubles are also
early victims, as the inflamed mucus
membrane linings of the nose and
throat are an open door to the germs.
If you are suffering from any4 of
these symptoms, nothing will build
you tip and fortify your system
against attack like Tanlac, which
contains the most powerful tonic
properties known to science. This
statement is easily proven by the
fact that this celebrated medicine is
now having the greatest sale of any
system tonic in the history of medi
cine. It has been accomplishing re
markable results during the present
epidemic and hundreds of thousands
who have used it are enjoying the
best of health. One prominent phy
sician in Texas frankly stated that
he had found Tanlac to be the finest
tonic to be had for building up his
patients who had had Influenza.
Actual experience has shown that
the best way to keep from taking In
fluenza is to keep the system in good
shape as it is a well known fact
that the powers of resistance of the
human system can be so perfected
that it can throw off almost any in
fection, not even excepting Spanish
Influenza, which is one of the most
contagious diseases known.
Tanlac increases your strength and
weight and creates a good, healthy
appetite for nourishing food. It keeps
you physically fit and makes you
strong, vigorous and well.and in this
way fortifies you against deadly dis-
ease germs. In conection with the
Tanlac treatment, be sure to keep
the bowels open by taking Tanlac
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
f. G. Fricke & Co.. in Alvo by the
Alvo Drug Co., in Avoca by O. E.
Copes, in South Bend by E. Sturze-
negger. In Greenwood by E. F. Smith,
In weeping Water by Meier Drug
Co., in Elmwood by L. A. Tyson, in
burdock by H. V. McDonald ' In
LoU8Viiie by Blake's Pharmacy In
Eagle by R w Bloomenkamp. 'and
in Union bv E. W. Kep.lv
For Sale Perkins
I am seDing my choice flock of
pure bred Rhode Island Red chick- j
ens-. -Ah" galranit?l -- brood in
cops, nests, gasoline engine, pump
Jck. 10 bbl. tank and other tools
and equipment. W. B. Porter, My.
nard, Nebr. w tf
MISS CELIA KALASEK VERY SICK
From Saturday's Pally.
Miss Celia Kalasek. the efficient
saleslady at the Wurl Dry Goods
store, is reported as being very sick
jat her home In this city, and fears
are entertained that the pneumonia
. migni reUll
She has the best of
care, and the physicians and nurses,
are endeavoring to avert the tend
ency towards pneumonia. She has
been fick but a few days. It is
hoped that she will soon be able to
be out again.
SOME JOY IN NEBRASKA CITY.
From Saturday's Dally.
The news has filtered through the
ceasor, telling of the arrival at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Bat
man, of the ten anfi a half pound
young American, who has announc
ed his purpose of making his home
with Mr. Batman and wife. Now
you may guess there is some joy in
that household, and you would think
he was walking on air. Well here
jis to you, and th little son, as well
as the fond mother, may you live
long and be a blessing to all whom
j you may know.
Mr. Julius Neilson was a visitor
in Omaha this afternoon where she
T. H. Pollock arage
OPEN ALL THE TIME
STEAM HEATED AMD FIRE-PROOF
We have competent mechanics and do a general Auto
RECHARGED AND REPAIRED
TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES
FOR FORDS AND OTHER CARS
TWO CAR LOADS OF NEW FORDS!
Telephone or call and leave your order before they
are all sold.
now in stock. Call and let u tell you about them.
Ford One Ton Trucks!
Every Farmer Should Own One!
BARGAINS IN USED FORDS:
' 9J4 Roadster $275
All overhauled and condition guaranteed.
T-. H.: Pollock Auto Co.
Phone No. 1.
A Few Specials!
Sweet ider 70c Gal,
Evaporated Corn, 15c package
Black Walnuts, $2.00 per bushel
Onions, 5c per pound
Large Can Pineapple, 35 and 4Cc
Large Jar Mustard, 10c
..HATT & SON..
is visiting with
F. C. Stewart and wif,.
this afternoon for Blair, wi'-rc- v.
will visit for over Sunday v
home of relatives.
Mrs. B. Wampler and lit' yr
departed this afternoon for Grr;.;
where she is looking uftr r si,r .
business for the day.
Samuel Nixon, was a pa&if-r.s-r
to Omaha on the early anr.v.;
train where he was called :, ;L. f
after some business for a .short ; z.-
Plattsmouth, Neb. Dec. ..
The annual meeting of the Sty
holders of the Plattsmouth
Bank will be held at the Har.l.i:.:
rooms Jan. 9th, 1919 at 4 P. M.
II. A. SCHNEIDER.
DR. n. P. VESTOVEi
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Res. 313 PHONE Office 64T
by month or day
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