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THURSDAY, JANTrAP.Y 2, 1019.
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NEWS FROM ALVO
Audrey and Orville Quellhorbt
have the flu.
Walter A. Ilardnoek motored to
M. ('. Keefer and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Dale S. Boyles.
Miss Aurel Foreman visited in
Lincoln from Friday till Monday.
Mrs. Jesse Hardline!: was a pas
senger for Lincoln Saturday even
ing. Glen Foreman and brother Car
roll spent a few days in Lincoln last
Herman Borm meir and Wayne
Swarts were in Murdcck on business
Miss Laura Vickcr visited her
sister Mr.?. Walter Jaeobmeier, of
Kagle. last week.
Ilev. M. K. Stair and wife mov
ed into the Alice Kellogg residence
.Viis Blanches Moore visited with
friends in Ie-; Moines, Iowa, from
Friday till Sunday.
Htanley Hall and hbr father were
Christmas quests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Fitch of Elmwcod.
As I am going to Perkins County,
Xtb., next spring. I will sell at
I'ublic Auction at what is known as
the Geo. M. llild farm, seven miles
west and three miles south of
IMattsraouth, and a half mile north
and one mile west ' of F.ight Mile
Grove cemetery, beginning, at 10:00
o'clock A. M., on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14TH, 1919.
The following described property:
12 Ilead of Horses.
One black mare, 4 years old, wt.
1500, with foal.
One bay mare, S years old, wt.
lf.00, with foal.
One bay tiding. 5 years old, wt.
One bay gelding, 7 years old, wt.
One black gelding, smooth mouth,
Ore bay mare. 6 years old. wt.
One bay gelding. 1 year e!d.
One suckling colt.
One team bay geldings, 11 and
12. wt. 3200.
One dapple gray mare. f years
eld. wt. 1500."
One black gelding, 3 years old,
12 Head Of Cattle.
Three milk cows, two fresh, one
Three heifers, one and two years
One Shorthorn bull. thirteen
One Red Polled bull.
Four bull calves, four and five
17 Head Of Hos.
Sixteen head of Duroc-Jersey
One pedigreed Duroc-Jersey boar.
One Newton wagon.
One Mitchell wagon.
One spring wagon.
One hay rack.
One McCormick mower.
One pres drill.
One John Ieer seeder.
One C-section harrow.
One center cut disc. t
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 GO-gal. kerosene tank with
Many other articles too numerous
Lunch Will Be Served by W. A. Scott
TERMS OF SALE All puvos un
der $10. cash in hand. On suni3 over
10 a credit of six months will be
:riven on bankable note bearing
?ght per cent interest from date.
Xo property to be removed from the
promises until settled for.
JOE BIERL, Owner.
W. n. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
LOT'IE FRIEDRICH, Clerk.
The best and most economical feed for live stock.
Write us for description and prices.
Omaha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
John Foreman and his uncle Met
Prouty went to Lincoln Sunday, re
turning home Monday.
Fred Weaver of South Bend spent
Tuesday night and Wednesday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaffer.
Miss Lola Keefer is helping in
the bank a few days during the ab
sence of Mrs. Dale Boyles.
Mr3. Arzilla Foreman and little
daughters visited Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. P. Foreman.
Miss Ruth Vincent came home
Wednesday from Unauilla, where
she has been the past six weeks.
Mrs. Clara Prouty of University
Place visited at the Geo. P. Fore
man home Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Robertson and
children visited Grandpa and Grand
ma Fen toman in Elmwood Monday.
Rev. C. E. Connell and family
moved into the E. M. Stone resi
dence property the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elliott of Elm
wood and Mrs. Percy Slothower.
were Christmas guests of J. H. El
liott sr., end family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alej: Eullard of Ft.
Madison, Iowa, came in Sunday vis
iting their cousins'Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Keefer until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Parriot, of Lincoln,
spent Christmas with the former's
sister, Mrs. Chas. Edwards and fam
ily. They returned to Lincoln
Mrs. Geo. Hall returned Friday,
from Murdock where she has been
taking care of her daughter. Mrs.
Louie Bornemeier, who had a se
vere attack of influenza.
Lt. and Mrs. C. D. Ganz left
Thursday to visit Lt. Ganz's parents
at Dunbar, returning here Tuesday
for a few days visit before return
ing to Ft. Riley. Ke:ns.
Mrs. Jake Forsylhe of Lincoln,
came down Saturday visiting Mrs.
Sam Cashner until Sunday, going
to Eagle Sunday evening to visit at
the Henry Snoke home.
Santa Claus was just real " busy
Xmas eve filling the numerous Xmas
trees in this vicinity, which were
placed in readiness for him, bring
ing muelK joy to the little folks.
Sunday School and Church servic
es were held in the M. E. Church
and the Church of the Brethren last
Sunday for the first time for eleven
week as 4he flu ban is now lifted.
Grandma Boyles left Thursday
for Lincoln to spend a few days
with hen son W. O. Boyles and wife
and from there she will go to Over
ton to spend the winter with anoth
Mrs. Dale S. Boyles received a
telegram Thursday announcing the
death of her uncle J. V. Hyder at
his homes in Taccma, Wash., on
Dec. 25. Mrs. Boyles left Friday
evening to attend the funeral ut
York, Neb., his former home.
School opened Dec. 30, afer sev
eral weeks vacation on account of
the flu. The attendance is exceed
ingly good considering the preva
lence of the flu, though some who
have thus far escaped it, are keep
ing their little folks at home for the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vickers of
Dubuque. Iowa, spent Xmas with
t lie former's brother Joe Vickers
and family and thetr mother Mrs.
Mary Vickers and sister Miss Laura
Vickers. They will visit relatives
at Eagle and Greenwod before re
Sunday evening guests at the Geo.
P. Foreman home were. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Linch and Mr. and Mrs.
John Linch. Miss Cox and Miss Eva
Linch of Lincoln. Mrs. Mable John
son of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Linch of Chappell and Miss Gladys
Appleman of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Keefer re
ceived on Xmas day two letters from
their son Maurice Keefer who is
now in Belgium. He was in some
of the fiercest battles and came out
unhurt. He lost everything he had
but the clothes he was wearing,
when his headquarters were shelled.
Christmas tide at the S. C. Boylea
home was very happily spent by all
the Skiles relatives who could be
present. The tree which seemed to
hold no end of presents, brought
joy and happiness on Xmas eve. A
delicious Xmas dinner was enjoyed
after which a very entertaining pro
gram was rendered, each one pres
ent taking a part. Mr. Chas. Skiles
of David City composed appropriate
poetry, and Dale Boyles composed a
song both causing much merriment.
Those present were Chas. Skiles and
family and Mrs. Swar of David City, i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole of
Lt. and Mrs. C. 1). Gar.z of Ft. Riley.
Kans., Mrs. Clara Prouty and (laugh
ter Margaret of University Place.
4 . flf
r It . . I.. niimil.r I irV'U
sick with the flu.
C. Mooney is among the sick, as
is also Mrs. Win. Lau.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schewe were
in Lincoln last Friday.
Miss Ida Cehrts of Lincoln spent
Sunday with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Landliolin
spent, several day-; in Omaha las
week. Miss Rose Amgwert of Council
Ulufi's spent a few days at X:nas
Herman Rornemeier and Wayne
Swartz of Alvo were in town Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelly of Li-;-ccln
were over Sunday guests of O.
E. McDonald and family.
Ferdinand and Albert Reichman
also Mrs. Otto Reickman drove to
shland last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mills and
ion James were Xmas dinner puo-t?
of Ed. Jumper and wife. '
,t ii. Tin t on,oii i
iir. ami ;i i javr. uini. wi
ipeut Xmas with the iatter's par- j building program, tue ecr-t ary urr
ents, Wm. Rush and family. cd a provision f .r r.iK'n.-iou of c .n
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schleitter jr., - struct ion rtthe or-l.-r of :he IT--.!
i .. C3.,n,iv v. ttti
Henry Schleuter sr., and wife.
1r n?nt Trc I!nv Parcel! '.'.' -J.
1-iiiiri.ffkrc ri"d Doris snont Siiti-
dav with John Arries and wife.
Mioo T iUin An-o-,frr rnt-ir',i-- n
Council Bluffs Sunday after sp nd- navy recond to r.one !n th
ing a few days here with relative?, j if n intt mat irr.al tr:bunal
Mi T.-ktin Slin :n nf nn'ir I.'iv)e;- ' DOVVtT to enforce its r.lhr.rs
villo spent Monday n ri-truorl: to become a rta.y.
where he whs transacting bu5r.----?. j Eritair.'s 2T"vv Still T-rrert
Mr. and Mrs. O. Miller and Mr. Tho recretr.ry sr.l:n:iied t-
and Mrs. Chas. Long were Sunday rf.nmittee r rer---rt s!. - ir, -dinner
guests of Emil Millor and J present compart:,., -trc-r.gti-..-? -f
Mrs. Hamilton Hall of Mir-ne- Rritain hay i:i r.jK-rrt io:: or- h
apolis. Minn., who has been vkitia i hv.; CI ba'ti-j.i:---. 1". battle
"datives here went to Omaha in : "1 heavy ci-.tisor, 111
Sunday noon. cruisers. 2T.i patrrd and -'!"i
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hacker.-.eyt r I 409 destroyer? . 19 rr.: ia-; i i--and
sons Harvey and Jesse of Elm- ! torpedo boats. flotilla laa
wood, spent Christmas with Mr. an'!"'' airship.-: ana SS7 ni- '.la::
Mrs. Chris (lurr.
L. M. Amgwert and son
Tnd daughters Misses aMrgaret and , end largest r.avy in. tli? v.v::-.. ir..
Lillie were Sunday dinner gu-st built cr projected .",9 battl- .d-ip.--of
John Amgwert and family. 8 battle crulrc-rr, S rn.vvod ("".it-
Misses Trout and Doltius of Lin- j ors. 40 i::ht cruor; r,i? --troy
coin returned on Xo. 3S Sund-iy 1 frs. IS I su'.nia:-inT:, I" tc.-t for
from their Xmas vacations ar.d r a-
sumed their school duties on Man-
Mr. and Mrs. John Kruogcr of
West Point, who are v i -i t ing friends
and relatives here wera STirdav
quests of t'onrad Paumprnrfn. r
Mr. and Mrs. W. Tinmen:! a:i 1
riiiMron i'i,rnM ,
passencerr, to Lincoln Saturdav
evr-ninsr on Vn f mi nm ; , v -f.-, .
(jav " j
Miss Lucile McKinnon who bar'
been staying at the Harold Tool !
linmo loff ClmiJii' evft'iitif.
klllUMU I 'h l.ll II VI
i. i .. ...
Fchool as it reopens aJn. 1.
Mrs. F. Rambolt of Grand I-land.
N'ebr., is here with her sister Mrs.
A. II. Schwab who has been real
sick but we are plad to write ! cruisers,
is some better at present time. ir-t rover
Our youns follcs are enjoyin;? mnri,ic"
themselves the?e evoninps at sha t-i sf lS
ins parties. A larp.e number r.nih-
ered at L. M. Amcwcrfs lr.-t Fri-
day eveniusr, where at a- nearonabln
uuui iiui cocoa. r.n'i cooiue- '.vcrr
served and all enjoyed themselves
to the fullest extent.
Ernil Kuehn and family l ave va
cated their residence which they
sold some time a?:o, and are with
Mrs. Kuehn's mother, Mrs. JO. T.
Tool until March 1. when they will
move to their farm in Johnron
county. We hate to .-ee this csli
mabile family move from cur raid t.
but our very best wishes o with
them to their new home.
There will be tt. social dance at
the Elks Club, Friday eveninir. Jan.
3rd. All Elks and their familic;
are cordially invited. 2-ltw2td
HAlTaS SELI' TO AVOTTl TT.Tr
' ! citney mnde last v.-inter had cincc
News from Eagle tell3 of L'enry ' l'een omitted by the adminictra
Ileinrichsen, who had the influenza, t,cn in tho enactment of the Over
and became discourajred, as to his man law.
recovery, and thought what's the i "Gotl cnl' 1:nows how n'.any lives
use", so went to the upper room, have bocn sacrificed needlessly due
where he wa3 staying and changed uupreparcdncss. even up to tlie
doctors, by firing a shot into liis j time the armistic was signed." Ren
head with fatal results. j ator Chamberlain said.
. "Tbe charge of trecahery wa ?
IARM FOR SALE
A good Improved 220 acre farm
2 miles east of Murray, what is
known as the F. M. Young estste.
Good improvements. Possession
can be had March 1st, 1D1S. En-
quire of Lloyd Capen, Murray, Ne-
A COO-TvIIILION DOLLAR EUILD-
IIT-3 PR0GRAI.I PRZSEmZD
FORWARD IS THE V7A7GKWGRB
TJ. S. Should Be Prepared-to Share
in Policing Wcild or to Ctantl
.Atone Geciviary Says.
Washington, 1 c. no. Appear
ing before the House Xaval com
mittee today in behalf of the new
GOO-millioii-doilar 3-yt-r.r b'.ahliiig
program, Seen ry Daub-I-; .-aid it'
a league of nations v.a re or ;ani;-.. !:
the I'liPed S-ate--. should be procur
ed to contribute a.-- I a rye p. v, ni'.
as any other r.ati- i t- uu it.ieri'LL
tional police fo.rt.', u;vi t hut with
out an int .-rirat io:;;'.l : ' grt r.t for
redaction of ar;:::i:!r?j't:, ti e .-.lo-ri-can
policy oi" k.yu! exclusion .h;!tlt.
be continued ind'-iiniie'.y.
A Provision ror l.c:iiic1i:-n.
Inriirnvillv .u !;-.: V in "T t no
i - - - -
ilor.t whenever an ititrrra-insial
! agreement is made :";r ;u i::a:a .V. re-
' dnct ion.
Daniels raid - i'. r Ii
! States, having ple-Irea i;s su;
MO f Hiail IK'.H(;:i . S.I-
. , : a
v. it a
f.Vile 1 !
i k-rtre navie-? of t he-
T!ie T'ri'ed Str
j P'' vessels, 17 t rp.do t o.tt?
j oth.er ve3cl?.
j n-incs Ilola" rJ.i-'u Ib.cc
Frm-e !:..; 29 battl" rhip,
j crui;.?"s, fdght V.rS'.t crr.i-ers,
i dc.t rcyer--. 121 torpedo boat--,
.1 ' -v-
j other cn-.ft. It: !y lit!-? IS batti
'ships, 7 crni-er. 1 l:r! t reiror.
ivj. r -!
:' ." ru-.j-
i dost rover?. PJ torpedo l o-
! marine?. .M airship
nssia- l:cf-r(V -,,-,i5n-? thn v-'i;r'
had 1S 1 trn:-
12 heavy ar.d'
i -. - i '.-iinivprs. .1 i s':i,e;.i .;.'..
toroodo boats, 14 sisrships
mi-;cellane.T.:s ve -eis
Before he armistice v,b si
fien-iany had 47 battle: 4iip r. C b
51 other cr;:i??rs.
1 7T torprrbi ! at.,
and ."!;: mic.-Uan.
j Q lf .S3 Q f 'T
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5327AT0r. CHAIIEESIAIN 0?
OREGON SC3HES A.'TD
war depahti.jent ror.
-Sen at -or
Chamberlain of Orc.Tcn, chairman
tf lhe :iit.?ry committee, declare
in the rr-r.ate today that the Tniud
States was a.n unprepared to take
care of returning wounded soldiers
as it was unprepared to enter the
charge of ineifi-
leveled agajnst some of u- v-ho criti-
cized. I pacred under the yoke, bvt
if my criticism has saved one life
of a soldier in France I am willing
to give up my seat in the United
Regarding American casualties
Senator Chamberlain said:
"Take the number of men on the
the casualties the
and m 1 s-s i n g- t here
h-a bev'i "r'-tiv':. !!;.- 17. (i per (' at of j
the boys on the front IrHied. v. ov.ni- : j
ed or iaisiii-." H
Turning t the hr!?:e-f.'ni:ng !
wounded he continued:
What I criticize, ;-. the tact, tha
we !i;i v. i i: the ho'--pi'al !a'i!it ies.
If tho Wv.r (l"p;:rttv.-.'?it paid civ-
half the uttention t: preparations
for rtceivitig theo boy.; a-; t:ey aro j
'.. ge; f i?:g l.,:;.l-siatioa t :!' .t?-,h con-:
gr( .-u? ia ordc. to protc-ct cmt ;(. tcr.-t
win i mad" contrr.fi lor wrr yupphos ;
over tlio t! U -.liiOTK ':x vi'i-ition of,
law, this ir.ctter wivtid soon be set-j
Sen-. or l',:h:d; vter V.'avhi ng- i
ion ;r !a d if it wr re. :.o a fa;'f taat j
the p--a: ident v.-a.; rc-ps r..?ible fvr
the ar-tr. of ti'e e?:"- :l i uepnrt-
inert.-:. S-'.a:-;.- ChrMi'I 1 1 lain replied j
tliat tiv :;rc;i' rr co'i'-l rv.r be 1,'-M ;
r all t!;
. to pay ?
f:M! IT'.' to c
ant ( we
.-olJii-r.-- :., Ib'j
l!:e president reiady t i;--1 whole mat-
S-.nator I'oi :i-.s-. :' or a .ked.
. -." tai l t Orc-g-ii r--"-:irtar.
c.ie word frr.vi tV.o rc?rotr:iy
r co'iM r' ".ie;!y it a!.-u, ar.d i
.1 word that I r.r.i tr;.i:ig to
I;,. T.ir-rd? of t':n T-i.itd
o T"; know th i-.-cr.r. v- of
7-!r. !'oind'-xer insist rcT.
I-et r ;.-
i i " re.
r C-:: -A:'-.
;( a -?r
1 " e" e-
:- id v:::s the raver:
failure to formulate a d(-ll i.
nohilix'jtion jia'iy rn a
ba-'i?." He fid :;e did ::ot
-Ti,-r.. .- l-.fH'l'.l 1,0 l.f. ty u-'ir
1,... .j,! ..,! c.y.
rr?r-y Ux is r
V.r.nprn to the:a.
. n. '-a ;
. a" ':' ('' '
i! :- hould ma'
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;li l a
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:d W el! o.iriiii'-d i
' 5:ent!':r.-: a. an 1
is a.- wrli.
There i.: joy in t;o l-.omc-s cr.'I
double joy at the home of the Holra
v-.-o irtan o'f William It. llolmcr,
for the storl: ye.tcrdi.y brought a
brt:i;ci::g bai'y boy to them, w h i cl i
ir the deliaht of the fcr.d mother ard
-rc'.-.d father. I'. Ia roported that Mr.
a! of i
so plea:. e. I over the arriv
new bit of sunshine that
ran roe him smile, in tho dark.
CIIHI3T & GIIKI1T,
I-Iuko a specialty of
To enlarging, ccpy r.nd colored
Kodak finishing;, etc.
Wo e-unrnccc ell work.
sittings by anc-inlrasi.';
we . ere always ncre.
?S0?0SE ALLIES ENTLPv SEEIi:i
Washington, Dec. :10. A rr-:ol i
lion proposing that an army of al
lied and 1'nited State- troops tri
i'.ii;p!:an:ly enter Berlin to imprers
if pen (he minds ot the Ccrman-; th"
'.'act that Germany has been decis-i'.i-ly
defeated was iniroduced today
by Representative Uolitt'e, of ICaa
:as, a democrat.
Our old friend. J. T. Porter, from
near N'ehawka, w;w in PhittLr.iouTh
one day lro-t. week and paid tin.- Jour
nal otiiea a brief call. Jolm i- ai
Vi'.jo a mighty welcome visitor
aror.nd the Jotirn?! headquarters.
For baby's croup, Willie's daily
cats and r.rubc-.-:. ivicti:. r's . sore
throat, -vi andm"'.; lameness Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oilthe house
hold remedv. and GOc.
If you war.i to heir win tb? war
w a Liberty Bond und do It today.
i ' -v' -L.-zor.Giny
Y'JJr'xrx Every Cr.'sc
"The mortgage that never ccmes due
You pay no commheion.
Of LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Organized and operated under the provisions of
the Federal Farm Loan vet.
or Farm Loans
See CHAS. ,C PARMELE, Representative .
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1Q-CENT CLUB PAYS $127.50
5-CSNT CLUB PAYS 63.75
2-CENT CLU3 PAYS 25.50
1-CEMT CLUB PAYS 12.75
OR YOU CAN PAY IN AN EVEN AMOUNT EACH IWEEK, 5C
CENTS, $1.00, $5.00 OR ANY SUM YOU WISH.
COME IN AND JOIN TODAY. IT IS THE ISURE WAY GF
YOU WILL HECEIVE 3 PER CENT INTEREST
;ut i:.ir?.ovn:G and nov aeie
TO BE ON WAY HOIIE. NOW
AT HEW YORK CITY.
0?ear Gi.pon has just received a
letter from hi:; cousin, Paul Capen,
which was written on his landing
at Now York City, on his return
from France at which place he was
wounded on October 11th, in action.
The Utter tells of Paul, who is a
na of W. E. Gapcn of Long Pine,
a brother of Oscar Gapen ft., of
foutii of this city, having been
wounded, but does not say how bad
he was injured, but did say that he
was getting along nicely, and that
he soon expected to be home again.
The friends here are wondering how
oriri: tbe wound was, but are re
joicing that the s-trurr.h' is over,
nd that liability for n recurranco
of the injury has gone. They take
it that on account of his being
brousht br.-me tlr.it he was rather
orioirdy wounded, though it might
, Iook jl;G he WOunds vere not so
j fPvrrP as was able to travel.
j ,.vhich would be coir-trued as good
Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch!
K-nirli! Scratch! The more you
srratch, the worse the itch. Try
TJr,an's Ointment. For eczema, any
skin itching. COc a box.
. R. P. WESTOVEtl
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Ees. 513 PHONE 0fF.ce 647
Julias, mm mi
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