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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1919)
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1919.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKXY journal
Our Meat Department
is Filled with the Best the
We Carry an Up-to-Date Stock of
- Fresh Groceries
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT
Everything Fresh That is
on the Market
TRY OUR DELIVERY AND TELEPHONE SERVICE
Just Call us and See How We
Deliver the Goods on Time v
TELEPHONE NO. 4 OR 5
..HATT & SON..
Tue crmpleie Cwiric LigHt Lid
TViter I i v ii; et ami working condi
tions. alt racks labor 'o : he farm.
ISY ROSENTHAL. p
O. Ltr.C, OmihIi. Neb. g
OVER THE COUNTY
W-rd frem Fr-d Mct'leerv wh
is nenv on the I'. S. Arkan-as j
states that h has tailed fer Cuba. I
Mr. and Mrs. II. c. Frv left M -n-
eiav nial.t for Los Anireles. Calif..
fe.r a '.'. days vacation and vUit
with Mr. Fry's mother and Lro'her
who live at Los Angeles.
John McKay received a couple of
lerterc the first of the week f re. m
. , , , . .
his sen Merle w ho is now m Cer-
, ... .lit
many. Merle sa.d he womd lik" to
-ome iHme out wanto ei ;e i.i:i.- n
the jedi while he was there a- he 1
didn't want to have to ge bade
We are informed that Jo.-eph !
Vunsr-iuist of near Avoca has heard j
from his son Fred after femr j
months. Fred was in the thick of
the battle in France and to kv.e.w
that he is all O. K. will be great
jiews to his parents anel many
Word has been reec-tved of the
safe arrival in Ronon on Jan. rJi'iid
of Lieut. Orville Ralston, son of
Mrs. Charles Ralston. "Web" is a
fermer Weeping Water boy and
well known here. He is a real Ne
braska Ace and vas one of the
crack fliers of Bishop's Crack Brit
ft',0 acres in Holt county, Nebraska. cnsisting
of t0 acres under cultivation; SO aers of alfalfa
anel balance hay land and pasture. This land lays
level and is all rood l ard land. No sand. It pro
eluces as well a eastern Nebraska land; corn last
ytar made 40 bushels per acre. Four sets of im
provements, consisting cf hou-es. barns, corn crPs
anel granaries, hog houses and other small buibl
injis. wells and windmills. The land is fenced and
cross fenced; four hog pastures in alfalfa. fencel
hor tight. Running water in pasture; wells are
"0 feet deep and furnish an abundance of good
water. I am offering this tract at $63.00 per acre
and will take in i.n eastern Nebraska farm as part
payment. As there are four complete sets of im
plements this run be divideel to suit purchaser
:i"0 acres lying 1.1 miles north of Aberdeen. Sd.
Iakota. About cr.e-half of this is under cultiva
tion. The balance hay land. All can be cultivated
if desired. This is good deep black soil and the
best kind of wheat land. Two and one-half miles
from town, no improvements. Will consider a
small tract In eastern Nebraska as part payment.
Price $50.00 per acre.'
i r.ii :.rros four miles from Long Pine. Nebraska.
This is a very choice quarter o.
nroved. consisting- of a
barn hog house, chicken house, two wells, fenced
and cross fenced. IS acre- of alfalfa, perfect stand.
Price $65.00 per acre. Will consider a small tract
in eastern Nebraska as part payment. Good terms
can be given on all the above described lands to
For further information regardics any. of these
wi-rmnsitir'n see J. P. Filter,
ka. Phone No. 28.
Win. Doty and B. F. Ruby were
called to Lincoln Wednesday morn
ing as witnesses in the Mitchell
Davis suit. We understand that at
the end of three days trial the case
in which $1.1.H0 da in a pes was
arkeel by Mrs. Mitchell was; turned
over to the jury and damages of
Mr. and Mrs. R. I). McNurl::;
have received a letter from their
son Kay's ''ommandir.g O.'hcer at
Camp Custer, stating that he will
mo;i I it- mustered out of the servie
and giving him a clean r-cord for
rood 'service while in the army. I
is not known ju.-t v hen Hay will
arrive hone hut evidently soon.
Those who liave tried it durii.g
the part ue:-k find that a road drag
mav work ; s nic-lv in January a-.
in a sum:r."r's nmr.'h. Of cour
low, poorly e'rained places it
still lei wet and frozen to work
drag but a majority
ei! our roaei-
jw.ny space re.-ponds
nicely to a
urag. m tna
n ore men would try
th iii)v-iiv e
n e'owu with
iH'i" w'.o was tak-ca-e
the Jrhr. Rou-k"
Miss Thi el-.
neivv is at I'urlii rtn. C'olora
ed a: th Rourke horn" for
j and wa- taken sick soon after her I They are ?ot very sick and do not
j arrival. Antitoxin has l.een u-ed j know where they contracted ft;
i freelv a the Rourke home and it i ei-.eaBe. Mr. '"hnifant was quaran-
I hoped i h.e
family will escape
N E H A W K A
Beirn. to Mr. and Mrs
r Fridav. January 24th
Mr. and Mrs. Cunninghr.ni were
Sunday visit. rs at the latter's par
ents at Fight Mile Oreve.
Mrs. K. A. I'urdick of Omaha,
came down last Friday fe.-r a vi.-it
wit is her sister a:.d family Mrs. N.
Election of officers for Xehawka
Branch. American Red Cro.-s,
Thursday afternoon at 4 P. M.. Feb
ruary Cth. at N'ehawka Auditorium
lied Cross Room.
Bethel anel Dorothy Allen e.f
good six room house
Plattsmouth came down Friday and
remained over Sundav with their
aunt Mrs. Tom Fulton ami family
and their girl friends living in Ne-
; L. C. Todd of Imperial, canif in
! Sunday marring for a visit with
relatives and friends. He reports
! that his son. Mark, also of Imperial.
( w lio was dangerously ill funic
! w ol-.s since, is convalescing,
j Mr. O'Conner of Omaha, is t li -j
new Miller for ('. I). St. John. The
j Nehawka Mills is preparing to start
. running again, after an idle p-r-I
iod on account of having milled
the quota allowed hy the govern
Jini'nt. Mr. O'Conner came Wednes
J Milton Helton of Au'.t, Colo..
ho has been visiting with J. II.
O-horn who until rently Fved
! north of Nehawka. hut has moved
! to Union, left Tuesday morning for
hi home. Mr. Helton has lived
, for 2S year1 in the vicinity of Airlt
where he is now located.
: Marion Tucker, wlio was a Ma-
rine. on the eastern con it of the
; United S-tites. came home last
Thursday afternoon, he having he' n
he-a-orably dischargee! from the service-.
Marion is loeking fine, and
carries about "steen" pounds more
flesh than when he left her:.
S S 4 t v
U N I O N
Mr?. Mahk1 Reynold- is a:-,a'n em
duty at the Mer:en stere.
I torn. January U Mr. am'
Jedin Arm-tronr a hal y rMrl.
Uorn. Monday January I'Tth. :
Mr. and .'lr. f.'rvil Mc(i;:inn a baby
Anai- MiCarroIl wont tr Platts-T!-eo:ti!
Satur'Iny evening ieir a
visit with Mattie Larson.
Mrs. A. M Carroll nml childrt-n
j iron; fi.ieaii. l.ave nee:; vusn
j re h-riv-'s and friends here f ir th'1
; past week.
:;i: atte-r vis:
Rev. Lvr.de c
; '.Il,', To.i'i of
naita. catne last Fri-
for a visit with L. C Toeid anei
' f.'mitv and Miss Jes-d- Te:id.
j Mr. Jack 'halfan ar. 1
I children todi sick the latte-r
, of last wek w ith the small
titled away from heme. Thi- tb
cr.se f small
vt. Charb.-s K
Pell- Fran ?
Pl'X lil t(:V!l.
j ( h:ir:f front
I -d he me Til
th- S-'vice and rr-turn-seiav
fret:-. Camt. Iuk-.
i where lie has been stationed since
l.is return trom Knglam!
es he- i; known her". w;. frti
a member of f'n B anel -nlisie-d a:
Nebraska City, yonnr frria th'-:'- ?
Camp Cody with hi- Coinoany
where ho v.i in training several
month.-'. II" wri ent across to
Incrland and priive-d there abcoj'
the- first of July and va tak-.-n ai-nif:-t
, immediately to a iiepital
'vhere he was sick with typhoiel
fever over twei memths. Peace wa
declared before he went to Franc-1
V'Tit he was ready to come hetro-
when hi turn came and was mirntv
glad to get back to the F. S. A.
THE EIGHT MOMENT.
At this time, when w are read
ing the report of the T". S. Census
Bureau stating that lll.rS per
sons died from influenza at 40 larg
er cities in 101 . it seems to us the
riaht moment to impress fh- im
portance of raising the resistance
of t lie body upon the mind of every
reader of tins piper. Sufhcbt::
power of resistance enables us to
withstand the attacks of disease",
lowered pow-r of resistance gives
the bacteria an opportunity to exe
cute their deadly work. The b:st
remedy for raising the resistance
f Ire body is Triner's American
R i Ktre
xir of Bitter Winer which em-
lies a twofold effect: it cieans the'
intestines and at the tame time i' f
strengthens the entire system. At !
res. ?l. 10. Another rem eel v
r.ulel be in evprv Iininn i
kjiTriners L.wtment. In case of
y. sprains, swellings, rheumatic or
neuralgic pain?. etc.. a delay of
treatment doubles suffering. That
is why Triner's Liniment should
b always at hand. At drug stores
.t and C.-ic. by mail 4
Joseph Triner Company,
S. Ashland Ave.
and T'.c. (
Native recleaned tested
nrs- per cent mire. Sift
0 Bu. 1
lover $24.00, Tiniothv
$ i . 7 r ,
Marquis Spring Wheat $5.00. White
Sweet Clover $17.00. Timothy and
Alry'r'a $0.0. Alsvke $21.00. Bar-
ley $1.50, Sudan 18c lb. Red River
yj ii i ejs 9 i.v.i
Cobblers $1.90. Samp-
f. 4 !! V" 4-
Sfpt iff fi
Mrs. Port. MeNValy spent Sunday j
in Lincoln at the home e.f- Mrs. Wal- j
ttr Weast. Mrs. Weasr was forir
erly Miss Clara Ingrim. of Louis
ville. .1. M. Robertson and son-in-law,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gamer,
drove out from' Plattsmr nth on last
.Sunday to their farm ami had din
ner with Mr. ami Mrs. G. L. Meis--inger
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fbmig are
the proud parents of a iine hoy that
arrived at their home on Saturday.
January 1?. 191!. Mr. and Mrs.
Flerr.is reside in the nun try em the
.John Sahs farm.
George De.lan writes a po.ual card
to us from Brest. Frame-. . sayiiiL'
that after four trips a.ro-s. he has
at la-t re, into port ;. r.rest after
tveive ila ys at s'i. He send- re
gards to all the friend
J. C Fptinrler r-'
N'uckolh; county, near
i: to ace' mi-
io Wet pine
where li o v i
r.io her l o::e
Water, from a visit won her
Chris, at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. John I Hers of Fui
h rte ti tr.ade an oven ,aht visit in
Louisville last weed: vith the W. F.
I)irs family. They ii't noxt eh.y
fe.r Gretna and we re tirUeri that far
i,y y.r. and Mrs. Hi
sre.-tit the day with
II. J. T;
W. H. Krecklow. tha v'liage
blac k-i.J:h. i.rs h. en at K x Cel
tic, r Springs. M-.. f-r th- past two
ij'-nths tiJ.ii. sr t re;' t r-f,.r rk
ma'i.-m. reti:rnd hoi:ie la- we-t-k
looking f.no a-ol elai Hill uyi
tl: re t t.- J
lee-is I. vi-ar
hav ka. has rt :
ton ci);i:,'v. ti
tar lily there ?;
t::a;:y frienejs i
:;: and ar"Uio
every ;nt,',,,l's ;
The en!-' !:-!
o ar N. -in
;" th- Mi.-se--.ir
f w i ; h i ' :
t i'O cause r,
'.ii.-viile of on
t highly re
i.: .1 Mrs. 1 1. T
'. r.s been call
'ie was install
Mi '.ouri Vac:
Pari tie jKi-. t'ii'-'T el-:
I".iirlinr"-.ii "r.;:s beer,
'he re:::o-al -rem Lo
of eiu- '..er? moI mr
.-pec'te,-; fo. tv i!:e. Mr.
Wilsov,. Mr. WiNon
eel to Verdi !1. wh --
'd as aaer: f- r 1 1 e
; ,y ii .v;
rf Awca ?I"i:
! i,: br.vther I
i iittr -P..-:
day here- wik !
Mr. and Mr
motored to Neb:
owrkinr in the
L-.r.n ;n r
w:i C;t v x !)-
part of th.e
Ti'-xa--. cr.t.se Krida;
:r few eh: ys wi' h h
morning for Se-ve:
visit an old friet
She will be gone
Julius Racks wa
iter to Lincoln T
nsday. Julius is
ing a public s--ile
niaht anel s; e i.t
- i'rother Clauelo
i and teacher
en da vs.
sdny and Wed
l h-nning eui Jiav
February 12 anti
W. F. Leidir h:
Price's feeel steire
ness and has tak
rice creamery at'?
:? bought out Carl
:-. nd poultry btisi
n over the Beat-
:vy. He vjll con-.
tmue the bt
at the obi
ht.'r' Price has ?eId his dray bus
iness to Frank We.-t. but we un-derr-tanel
retains the auto truck
and will continue h.is school con
tract together with the truck busi-
Mrs. George Rekter received the
sad news Tuesday evening of the
death f her father. Julius Ried. at
his home r.t Syracuse. following a
liT-oif tltimot? 1 1 rk t n n Vntnr'in r-f
line i lvn war amj quite oiu.
Jay Adam? returned last Satur
day from Iloldrege. where he had
hern in attendance at the State
Poultry show for a week. He had
entered a number cf his famous
Rhode Island Red, and from the
the list of prizes awarded
a fair share of the prem-
jt ff Sf, Tf. 2f Y 2fc 3
John Hollenback of Santiago.
Cal.. visited with friends and rela
tives here last week.
Mrs. Chas. Hart, who has been
very sick for the rast two weeks is
Nebr. somewhat better at present. -!
Otto Stubbendeck and son ship-
. ped a mixed , car load of hosr and
' cattle to Omaha on Tuesday.
J. F. Hoover shipped a car load
! of cattle to Omaha on Monday, anel
i a car load eif Imrs ir Nebraska Citv
on t ruin v.
Milton Preston has been confined g
to his home feir some time twins
sick with influenza. but will be
able to Ie out in
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Stege and
Miss Marv htege
left for Grant, Neb., where they
will make tleeir future home. They
maele the trip iy auro.
Samuel Ro'lawav. who lives be.-!.
twen this place and Palmyra. is
preparing to move to Page in Ilo't j
count v, where he has purennseu
Chas. Kerrr. v. h.o has been sick j
or so is out hp
for the past
tin and back i
W'liiams garage. -
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ilulfish re-cfiv.-d
a b-tter from their sem. Ilt-r-olel
uiit is stationed in France in
the hospital we-k. He says that
he d.es not I'i'ow when he will be
Worel was received by relatives
ff the Dr. Al'on family lore that
Miss Grace had been very sick hav
ing had an attack of influenza. She'
is however retting better anel hope?
are entertained fer her speedy re
covery. At the wolf hunt on Monday
thre-e mere wolves vf-re shot. One
of these was claimed by Hick Elliott
Ralph Reeder and Grant Crandell
and the other two were shot by
parties near Aivo. Many stories of
marksmansh'n v.-re relafeel on.
Tuesdtiy. Other wolf hunt are b"
" H. G. P.eardslee. of Lexington,
county assesseir of Bawson cemtity.
was in Lincoln several days last
week of tend inz the state Assessors
meeting at th" tate capitol. As is
his custom h.e came down to Klm
woou on Friday and visited until
Tuesday of this week with his many
' friT.ds. Of course it was pretty
h.ard for him to break loese for they
all wanted him
line wi'h 'hem.
taree! rattier -t;mnt u-uiy v tiu-
'own. Everybody was glad to
him and II. G. is & I .va ys wedc
in Elm wood.
COL. YOUNG'S SALE PATES.
M naumgnrt. N. h. City. Feb. 5d
F.C. Weatherhead. Poland China
Ii., Feb. 4th.
in M-.-tzger. Mynard, Feb. i
F. V. Cole. Mvr.ard.
J. e Wagner, Murra;
J -:s. P.lah;.. Piaftsm.
Hoi --win Saie. Oma:
-. Feb. 7th.
tith, Feb. 10.'
a. Feb 11.
i::;h anel lth
Kol.I. Avoca. Tel,'. 17th.
log Sale. Malvern. Ia.
John Wiles, sr. Plat tsmetii h. Feb.
Orto Schafer. Red Sow Rale. Ced
ir Creek. Feb. 20th.
llttgle Sprerher. Nehawka, Feb.
Sexton's Horse Sale, ?.Iurray. Feb.
Mrs. L. T. Holland. Neb. OPy.
Fred Rofs. Nehawka. Feb. 2.1th.
ivoca, Feb. 2Sth.
EALEB HAY SPECLIL.
No. 1 Nebraska
'ratrie hay re
ig. . s.pecia I price 4
town. Johnson Bros
Yea tell 'em we keep all kinds of
stationery at tLe Journal.
Go Ahead With Your Plans:
Btiildinsr Restrictions Have Been Removed On
All farm and ranch buildings.
All schools, churches, hospitals and.public buildings costing not more than
All new homes costing not more than $10,000.00.
the time to plan. Let us help you do it.
l 1 i il 1 t
To Holders of Liberty
We shall be glad to cash your interest coupons free
of charge any time it is convenient to you.
Ask us about our plan for the free safekeeping of
your Liberty Boids.
Income Tax Blanks will soon be here. We will give
any information and fill out statements
free of charge.
The Bank of Cass County,
Capital and Surplus, $80,000
Your Personal Bank.
WORTH MORE THAN
AIL MONEY ON EARTH
I-Irs. Raspberry Able to Do House
Tvork First Time in Four Years
Gains 25 Founds.
"I had rather see
and happy like she
my wife well
is since taking
Tar.lae than to
have all the money
in the world." declared Henry Rasp
berry, of IS 12 Campbell St., Kansas
City, Me. Mr. Campbell, who has re
cently been employeel as a foreman
by the Armour Packing company,
was formerly in the service of t lie
Misseiuri. Kansas and Texas railroad.
"Before my wife took Tanlac."
continued Mr. Raspberry, "she had
rheumatism in her limbs se bad she
couldn't even dress herself. I would
have to help her out of bed in the
meirnings anil put her clothes on for
her. Her stomach was in such a bail
condition that she could hardly eli
gest anything. .The gas on her
stomach would cause intense pain?
in her side and such awful spells of
palpitation of the heart that she
could hardly stand it. She was ex-
1 tremely nervous, her brejath va5
t short and verv offensive, and she had
fallen off in weight until she was
hardly more than a frame.
"At the time she beran taking
Tanlac she onlv weighed eightv-sev-i
I " . . . . !
en pouneis anel liaei r.e.t oen aoie 10 1
no any ot her nouseworK in tour
vears. But now she weighs one hun
dred and twenty-two pounds has
actually gained thirty-five pounds
and is as healthy anel active as she
was thirty years, a go. The rheumat
ic pains have all left her and she
can do all her work and look after
the family without the least trou
ble. She can eat meats, pickles and
all kinds of vegetables and anything
else she wants and never have a sign
of indigestion. She is not the least
nervous any more. Sleeps like a
child everv niglit and is as well as.
she ever was. I can't find wofels to
express my thankfulness for what.
Tanlac ha done for her. It is noth
ing short of wonderful."
Tanlac is -sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke & Co., in Alvo by Alvo
Drug Co.. iu Avoca by O. E. Copes,
in South Benel by E. Sturzenegger,
in Greenwood by E. F. Smith, in
Weeping Water by Meier Drug Co.,
fn Elmwood by L. A. Tyson, in Mur
.dock by II. V. McDonald, in Louis
ville by Blakes Pharmacy, in agle
This is the advice of the War Industries Board.
Maybe you have hoped that another year would see your plans of a new
home realized. .
Those hopes can be a reality.
by F. w. Bloomenkamp, and in Un
iein by E. W. Keedy.
In the iMMiict Court of the County
In tie- matter iK the I ua r! ian.-l i
of ll.-nry I ; i k-1. ha ry, mentally iino.ii
,. t. II t .
Neitic- i.- hei. I.-.- frfven tliut In !nr--iii.r:i-e
of un eiTe!e-r of .lames T. '. a
1... .Imliii- of th- listilt Court ..f
e'a-s 11 11 n t v. Nehraxka. ma.le oi the
Hth lav .f I ei-lllh-r. 1 H 1 . for t to- sal.
of th- real tae hereinafter 1.-hi-i
cd. tl.r- will he Mhl at the South
let t door of the rnurt house in i'latts
1 1 n . 1 1 1 ! 1 . I 'ass i 'Uiit y, .ehr-ska, fn l!i1
..".th I'nv itT IVhnurv, lilte. ut n
.. '.. k ' 111 of said iliiv at uhli' ven
dllTf the li iiCli-s t hidder for rash the
follow itur deseilh.-d re-al estate. to-vit:
Lot four Ml in tlie Niirtlivt
ouarter of the S..uth-st iiuarler.
Lot five (" ) in the uthvv-st
n"rli-r of the Semthwest quarter:
a'i in Seetion nineteen eliei. Tn
shtii twelve elL't, Ba litre f fill It eet..
i 14'. ei-s loiintv, N'ehrnska.
Sa'd sale to remain open one hour
l-ated this, ::)t dav of January. A.
A LICK JOHN'SOX,
rdian of the Instate of Henry lok
:wi I'til.ury. mentally in omfx t.-i.t.
POTATOES AND CABBAGE.
Fine Early Ohio potatoes $1.;10
Bu. Cabbage 2V-c lb. Red Globe
Oniems $1.75 Bu. Nebraska Navy
Beans. fine cookers $7.50 Bu. John
son Bros. Nebr. City.
COWS FOR SALE.
Two good milk cows for sale, just
I ctt llu. 1 1 mil. v . i.. a "..--
ATTESTED FUNERAL OF
BISHOP WILLIAMS FRIDAY
The following named members of
St. Luke's Parish attended the fun
eral of Bishop Williams in Omaha
yesterday: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Leete,
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dodge, Mis
ses Mia and Barbara Gering. Mrs.
R. W. Clement, Mrs. E. W . Cook.
I Mrs. Wm. Ballance. Mrs. A. W. Daw
son. Mrs. J. II. Donnelly, and H. R.
FIGURES SHOW FEW CASES
OF INFLUENZA IN STATE
Lincoln. Jan. 31. The state de
partment of hetiltli reports only 131
new influenza cases in Nebraska and
no deaths, on returns made by local
health authorities, which reached
the state office yesterday. For sever
al weeks the number of new cases
have run close to 500 a day. and at
the time the epidemic was at its
height as many as 3,000 cases have
been reported daily.
Now is the time to join the War
Stamp Iiroit Club. See Cbai. C.
Parmele fcr ai tic alar.
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