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THURSDAY. FIBSUAEY 20, 1919
EBATTSMOUTH SElIl-WEEKLY JOURNAL
I i'lvlt I MVATll IT)I n thi: I MTIlt) VrTI'S ;OYl:ltMK. T'
5 FARm LOA BONDS .
ISSUED UNDER THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT
Dated November 1, 1918,.
DUE November 1, 1938
Redeemable at par and aqfrued interest on any inter
est date after five years from date of issue. Coupon
bonds fully registerable and interchangeable. Denomi
nation, $1,000. Interest payable semi-annually, May
1st and November 1st. Principal and interest payable
at the bank of issue in exchange Approved by the Fed
eral Farm Loan Board of the United States government.
Exempt from All Federal, State, Municipal
and Local Taxation!
1 his exemption includes the Federal Income Tax and
income from these bonds need not be included in returns
PRICE ON APPLICATION
has. G. PsrmeSe,
Bank of Cass County
Miss Mary Taylor, of AUo. is vis
it ing relatives here.
Wmv Heier. Jr.. viit-d friends in
Plattsmouth over Sunday.
Mrs. Lonm !'iirr.-meier was taken
t a Lincoln hospital last. week.
Ktnil Kuehn returned Friday on
belated No. 3s from I.urc'.iard. Neb.
Harmon Kvei.iad. of Perry, Iowa,
is visiting relative.-, here f"r a short
Mr. and Mrs. c. M-rkle w-re Sun-
PUBLIC AUCTION !
Th undersigned will offer for
sale at Public .Miction at his farm
home, a (iiarter mile we.-t of My
nard. commencing at 11 o'clock A.
M. sharp, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAP.Y 23TH
The following described prop-rty.
Five Ileal Of Horses.
0:f span of hay gelding-;. 7 pihI S
years old, weight 320 .
One sorrel geldinrr, 5 years old i:i
One span of mare- nim years
old. weight 200.
Th re ".milk cov.-.
Two brood k:vs.
Several dozr-ri chickens.
Fanning Machinery, Etc.
One farm wagon.
Two top buggies.
One single harr.es.
Two ?ets of double harness.
One stirring plow.
One 2-section harrow.
One Avery cultivator.
0:ie John Derre 2-rbw machine.
One Sterling stalk cutter.
One John I)erre can? plow vith
one to six horse hitch.
One Clover Leaf manure .pnai'.cr.
Numerous other articles.
TERMS OF SALH:
All sums of $10 and under. ch
in hand. On funis over ?K ei.ht
months time given on baiikabl? note
hearing eight per cent interest from
date of sale. All property must oe
settled for before being removed
from the premises.
W. F. GILLISPIE. Owner.
V. II. YOr.VO. Auctioneer:
CEO. O. DOVEV. Clerk.
To Holders of Liberty
We shall be glad to cash
ot charge any time u
Ask us about our plan for the tree safekeeping ot
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
Capital and Surplus, $80,000
Your Personal Bank.
day ('inner guests at the O. l!:uir
Itev. Si hwab a I'd children were
Sunday quests at the Matt Thimgan
Mrs. Arthur Pcsack. of Spring
field. Nebraska, is visiting relatives
Grandpa McDonald celebrated his
!i2nd birthday last Wednesday. "Feb
A little liov arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Pecker v S" n
Henry Iieickmaii. of near Kagie.
spen Monday afternoon i?i Murdc;k.
transact in? business.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cordes a.-d
son, Orville. spent Sunday Avith Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Par.ska.
D.r and Mr. Hornbeck left h-u
Wednesday for a two week's v;-'t
with relatives in Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold To.d ami
bildreu were Sunday dinner sriiesi:,
f .1. (Joehry ami wife.
Miss Clara Woitel is our rv
telephone operator going on duty for
tl: llr--t time Mo:-,:Iay night.
.'Irs. O. Haur. Mrs. Dan Paiiska
and !i"Ie iLi'ien'er. Helen Irene, w- r
shop". ing in Omaha las Wednesday.
Henry OthI--rkir.tr went c Omaha
!a-t Monday to att-'tid the Farr,:erv
r. covivention, rtturniiifj Friday
Mrs. Mary S'o!t::. of Milford. No
br:ka. is here v irh her father, Mr
Uiokii. w ho ! i's l--:i real iv: for
. Albert Hic-kli ;i:l O.-car Iiickli and
wife are here from Oklahoma. bein
called by t'ie serious coi.diuun -.;"
ti t-ir father.
i-arl Iii-man, Paul S?hewe and
Fred ('order motored u Omaha las'
Wedies''...y to attend the Farmers
Miss Gladys Sorick was in Tincoln
over Sat unlay. Mrs. llntn'-r H ss had
charire of the telephone exchana"
durin? her absence.
The basket ball iraine last WedneF-
Iday evening between our Kirls and
the Flmwod fiirls resulted in a
score of S:! to 1') in favor of our
Herman Schmidt. Henry Tool, l'e
ter Kveland. John Oust in and Aufru.-t
1'anska went to Lincoln lan Wed
nesday evtnintr to attend a Good
Koad meetins. returning Thur.-day.
Mrs. I. M. AniKwert left Sunday
noon for Council P.I'.iffs, where the
poes to see her new granddaughter,
who arrived at the home of Mr. an:I
?.trs. Charles Lett on Valentine day.
Fred .euichen. one of the prosper-
your interest coupons free fjj
is conveniem to you. p.
Cass County, 1
cms farmers residing near Mnrdock,
has installed a new modern Delco
Lighting plant in his home. He wll
now hnv the convenience " of elec
tric lights over his entire farm.
Mrs. Homer He;s. who is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Moomey. lias
received word from her husband,
who has been in France since last
July, that he is located at Camp Dix,
X. J., at this time, and will be dis
charged in a few days.
The two daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Leutchen went to Omaha
last wo-.'k, where they will receive a
schooling and training in the art of
dressmaking, and will return to Mttr-
dock, where thev will take up thej'1 Mrf5" ('arl J"'"-
work at home.
Frank Zoz, one of our most pro
gressive farmers, residing near Mur
dock. is extending his light plant lo
the barn and all outbuildings this
week. The wiring when completed
will be attached to his Delco plant,
and his whole farm will be as light
Mrs. C. Moomey entertained the
Royal Neighbor Kensington on last
Thursday "afternoon. Owing to the
inclemency of the weather only a
dozen ladies were present, but each
one enjoyed themselves in social con
versation arl busying themselves
with various kinds of hand work. I
Friday evening the Royal Neigh-)
bors entertained their husbands and
families at a Valentine party in the i
M. W. A. hall. There were thirty-j
eii-hth in all ami everyone reports a
fine time. (James and music made
the evening pass all too quickly, and
alter a luncheou consisting tl Ice
cream, cak. S an l coffer?, they tlepart
ed tor their homes, each cue look
ing forward 10 the next tint".
Dilla Ellen Carnkie was born on
July is'.?-, at 0-:l'rd Junction,
Iowa, and passed away on February
:j. 1910. in a Lincoln hospital aged
4 ft years. months and 11 davs. 1'ii--was
married to James Woolly a
D-ee::,';.er a. 1 s ft 1 .
Jhrte chil l:v-n were born to :'ii;
union. Mrs. Ja'k Sha ,v, of ": -y.
Io.va; Albert V.'xdey. of Denver.
Colorado, and Ernest Wro.-y. of
.-lOUill le-Ti.l. .eur;:s:,;i. in: .i.in-i: 1
14. liiteen years ago Mr. Woolr
.1:.. 1 .....1 .r.t -j..--:'
'I 1 'i il ' ' ' 1 V. 1 1,1 I ' I I J I . I 1 ! I I I I - .
Fend cemetery. Ten years
es uni'e.l i:i i-uirri.-ige to John K"I'.t:
and to this ii;.i.-n fo-ir rliibM-e-i w-"-e
born. Gl"!! Ferry. Vib t .i.e!
She came to Nebra-ka in 137 am:
lias made Soi:?h Rend her le.ie ?"e-
of the tine since he' inrtii";". r''c
leaves besides her hii-d! ml ar. 1 cbil 1-r-:i.
six" sisters an live Lroth-Nrs.
Mtry. Amanda. I'utb and M irrraret
Hire-. Josepiiire Rri"-;o:i. K.enu
Cehrts. Ikev. Jake. Cvrus and Wil-
Card of Thanks
We desire to exp-es our sineere
thanks to t!:o--e who so kindly ;i -ist-ed
us in the i'!ne-s an:l de:,ti, nf lr
belove.l wife jsnd sister; al.-o :' r tit r
"oeautiful dowers.--Job n Kuhn. Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Gehrts. Mr. and Mrs.
Snends Day v.ith Sou in Hospital
'Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ilorti' rmier
weht to Omaha Monday of this week
to spend the day with their sen. Dan.
at Clarkson hospital iti tli it city.
Dan underwent the see(,n-l operation
at the hospital last Saturday, as the
result of an abcess forming follow
ing an attack of the f!u.' Whi'e the
young man has been in a very ser
ious condition for the past f-w- week
he is getting alone as well as can be
expected and is under the excellent
care of his sister. Mr-'. Mary Rorr.e
meier. who is a trained nurse, and i;;
Tdministeriug the very hot of care
to her brother. The many friends
trust that he will soon be a' !e tr
COL. YOUNG'S SALE DATES.
r. Flattsmouth. Feb
Otto Schafer. Red Sow Sale,
ar Creek. Feb. 20th.
IIu;le & Sprecher, Nehawka
Sexton's ITorse Sale. Murray.
Mrs. L. T. Holland. Neb.
Fred Ross. Nehavka, Feb. ;
Wm Gillispie. Mynard. Feb.
Ray Pollard, Hampsljlre
Car SchradTM-, Hampshire
Avoca. Feb. 2Sth.
March Ed. Kohre-il, Nebraska
March 4, Todd Rros., Nehawka.
March t-7. Will Hasmussen,
Brunswick, Neb., Red Sow Sale.
March 11. Kitchen & Ellington,
COFFfiE AT WHOLESALE
Chase and Sanborn's 40c coffee ?,"c
in 10 to 25 lb. lots, delivered by
parcel post. Prices going higher.
Guaranteed. Johnson Bros.. Nebr.
9ft it flft r '
I .NEWS FROM ALVO
Scott Jordan went to Lincoln on
Rev. M. K. Si air preached in Lin
coln last Sunday.
Carl Ganz went to I'lattsmouth on
b u s i n'ess Wed ucsi'.a y .
FJ Ca.-ey, of Lincoln, was in town
Mondav on business.
Maurice Cashner arrive, 1 in. town
Wednesday from Tennessee.
Horn. February J ! 1 1
eral days in Lincoln last week.
Miss Florence Taylor went to Lin
coin Friday for a few days" visit.
Met Front y returned Sunday from
Omaha, where lie spent a few days.
Noel Foreman shipped a car of
hogs to the South Omaiia niarket on
Mrs. George Whitman went to
Omaha Sunday on No. ::c- to spend a
1 iew tiays.
j Jake Kahm shipped a load of cat-
ttle to the South umana markets 0.1 i
Mrs. George Hall and Teddy visit-J
ed her sister. Mrs. 1-. J. hitch
Kahm, Swartz and R- bertson
tended the Crandall sal-- near K'm
Fd Carr. from near 1
Hoffman and George F
to Omaha Monday.
Miss Mary Taylor w
lock Wednesday to vi-i
vh . Chris
t. . !
Mrs. Paul Goehry. ti;m. neuralgia, lumbago, sprains,
Mrs. 'S. C. Lovles ;.p. n; the fore ; sv-ellings, etc. Triner's Liniment i:
part of Hi" week in Lin .-In with her . (,,. r(mo,lv which n.ver fails to re--it.-r.
Mrs. Clara Front y. Leve pains. At drug stores and
Charles Foreman a no
Aurel. returned Sunday '
ie of days visit in Linr
Little Don Keeft-r visit
Mrs. Clara i'roety iMid 1
rtret. at their home in '.
Friday un'il Sunday.
Joe Vickers ami Archi
tored to Omaha Wedne
'.-ml the Rarmers F.iion
E1. Taylor. Scott J(
Citrc-1 and Orv:il. Que!!'
.om a co:ip- ,
d liis au! . j
. . 1
con vee.t ic.i
iii ?';e Far:i"'rs Fnion convention i
I Omaha last week.
j ..I r .V. . I- nil" -"l" " '
.. jreola to pack tb.eir hou hold gu' i
they expect to niov.- into ti.e
w peine ano'it .:.trcu 1-1. j
Mr. a ml Mrs. Carl C.:nz returntd j
niii-ay i:''m ticom. v. ;;ere i.mj i
Tten-'.-d tie Aacia Futernity f:-
I'-.'.rty sail. i day n.rat. t
:it-.1 .";rs. Louie Rornerf ier ;
.1 euitghter. Dorothy, of Mnrtiorfc.
Rev. C. E. C.mn-
iK't'a Sutton : r.d Mrs. J.
were in attftneance at t lie Sut
school conveniion in Omaha
Th.e Mif.es Clara Dickersou,
rie Ar-nieman. Aurel Foreman
Charles Foreman attended the Alph.i
Chi met ting in Lincoln on Saturday
Mi-s Holland, a returned mis ?--nary,
will speak next Friday nitrht at
the M. E. church on conditions in
foreign countries. 'Every one is in
vited to come.
The Friday club postponed their
social meeting la-t wek 0:1 account
of the weather. It will he held at
t he Roy Coatman residence, the date
to be announced soon.
County ApKjit Snipes be at . 1
c. Timblin's: on Wedn -luy. February
20th to demonstrate the proper
method of pruning frees:. Everyone
is urged to be there promptly at 1"
o'clock a. m.
Arthur Skinner wilt hold a puh'ic
sale February 2!th- at his place. He
hns c. first class line of stock and
implements to sell. We regret to
;ee Arthur uit farming and we hope
lie will make good as a railroad em
ployee. They will live in the" Del
berf Skinner house in Alvo for the
Joe Foreman arrived home last
Wednesday, having been discharged
from th.e 2?rd Balloon school, with
which outfit he had been for sever
il months. He gave a brief talk de
scribing liis camp life and trip over
seas at the Community club on last
Weincfday night, which was very
interesting to his many friends. He
left Friday for a few week's stay at
Stuart. Nebraska, going via Omaha.
Mrs. Clara Prouty received a tele
gram recently from her son, Herbert
Prouty, from California, lo meet him
in Omaha on hi way to New York,
which she did and ha a four hours'
visit with him. There were ;00 sail
ors on the train. -He has been in
naval training in California since
August. 191S. He wrote his moth
er freni Ohio that they expected to
leave for overseas duty as soon as
they reached New York.
At the Community club meeting
Wednesday night the following off-
jeers w ere elected for this year: Carl
Ganz, president; Mrs. Marguerite
"Foreman, 'lst vice-president; Roy
Coatman. secretary; L. Lauritsen.
I treasurer Will Coatman. Mrs. lAn-
drew Stroemeir. II. L. Eornemeier,
Joe Vickers, Jesse Hardnock, Frank
Cook and L. D. Mullen, assistant
vice-presidents. An interesting pro
gram was given consisting ofa play
gien by th Sophomore class and a
number of well rendered selections
by the Coat man Rros. orchestra (the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Will Coatman)
and a brief talk by Joe Foreman
telling of his experiences as a sol
dier. Refreshments consisting of
ice cream and wafers were served.
The meeting nights are every sec
ond Wednesday of .the mouths.
OUR GREAT PLEASURE
Our greatest pleasure is to read'
the letters that each mail brings
from peop't". young and old, who tell
'if having used Triner's American
Elixir of Hitter Wine ami how they
and their families have been benefit
ted by this admirable remedy. The
hundreds of letters coming every
mouth from all parts of the country
unsolicited, have convinced us wc
were riiilit when asserting: "Triner's
remedies never disappoint." Read
on'y two letters fnn January 10 and
20. If Hi: " Ramaytown. Fa. I suf
fered from stomach troubles for six
vc-ars. Triner's American Elixir of
Fitter Wine helped me and I reconi-
mena it to an my leuow- country-
John I'arapet." "Hamilton.
Mv wife was sick for years.
ie was troubled with stomach and
headaches. Triner's American Elixir
of Litter helped her. and we both,
since v.e began taking this remedy
lore well. Martin and Julia Ko;ec."
At drug stores. $!.!'. Eor rheuma-
O'.c: by p.'iil -.") and Tec-Triie-r
Company, 1 '-)'.-1 :U ?
land Ave.. Chicago. 111.
SEEES THAT GROW
Home grwn recleand clover at
per bushel; country run at
, 2-..'0 v-er
bi'sr.ei. AMalia. !!' u per
Jeeii pur". : 1 1 . ' 1'1 : timothy at ?"."".
(White sweet (lover. 17.""0; blue
j grass. ?:L7-; aLyke f.1. '; barley,
?'.."; Marquis sprinir wheat. 3 . ' 0 ;
R-d top, J2. ": Timothy and alsyke
j pasture mixture. $.."). Sm'.nn graf
jat IV feuts per 'pound. Red River
:Oh:-- $1.!M; Cor.hiers, $l.!)i Sample.
j mailed. .lo!:nson Rros., Nebr. City.
Any o;ii' man or
wishing to prepare for :
i: -.ni: ion should write for
particulars to the well-known
Cra ml L
11 S FUCC '
nrasKa over tnirty
sfui experience niuali
penp'e for Government
i Business po.'it ions.
1 Rankie.ir an
100 acres located tive miles west
of Plattsmouth on the Louisville
Road, and known as the Bcstor
farm. This i4 one or" the good farms
cf Cass County and the best of loca
I have th exclusive sale of this
farm. If interested, see me without
delay. Easy terms to purchaser.
J. P. FALTER.
Phone No. 2S. Plattsmouth, Nebr.
W. A. Oliver departed last even
ing for Louisville where he is visit
ing at the Home of his son Will
Oliver and his daughter Mrs. Harry
Hinton.'l'or a few days and assist
ing on th.e farm. .m
Nebraska grown hand picked navy
beans, cook qu ickly, finely flavored.
Guaranteed. Peck. $1.7" bushel for
$6.f?0. Johnson Pros., Nebr. Citv.
Ahead With Your Plans:
Building Restrictions Have Been Removed On
Now is the time to
iM j 1 ri jiA
J. E. MASON, Proprietor
Reo Service Reo Cars and Trucks
The New-Reo 4-Passenger Coupe
For the man who uses his car every day in the year;
who must cover much ground and be in many places
every day, regardless of weather conditions, this Reo
ir especially made. Wt cordially invite inspection or it.
PUBLIC AUCTION !
The undersigned will offer for
sale at Public Auction on the Dovey
Section, three miles east of Cedar
Creek, six miles east and two miles
north of Louisville, and nine miles
west of Plattsmouth. on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27TH.
The following described property,
to-w it :
Eleven Kead of Horses and Mules.
One pure bred French draft stal
lion, Registered No. 21312, coming
10 years old. wt. 175ft.
One black mare, coming G years
old. wt. 1400.
One hay horse, standard bred,
coming 5 years old, weight 1200.
One span buckskin mules, com
ing 4 years old. weight 2100.
One bay mare, coming ! years
old. wt. 900.
One black colt, coming 1 year
One brown mare colt, coming 1
One b'ack colt, coming ?. years
One gray mare, 12 years old. wt.
One colt, coming ?, years old.
Fifteen Head of Cattle.
Four cor-s giving milk, one cow
will be fresh in April; one heifer to
be fresh in March: four heifers
coming yearlings; one heifer with
calf by side; one bull calf, 1 year
old; two calves.
Twenty-four head of hogs.
One male hog.
One Rock Island lister.
One 1 -horse corn drill.
Two tongueless cultivators.
One Rock Island cultivator.
One G-shovel cultivator.
One 14-inch stirring plow.
One lfi-inch sulky plow.
One John Deere corn planter with
SO rods of wire.
' One .1-section harrow.
One Independent mower.
One disk sharpener.
One 10-ft. McCormick hay rake.
One Eagle motorcycle.
One 7-pass. Studebaker auto.
One Broadcast endgate seeder.
One scalding tank.
One 18x36 stack cover.
Other articles too numerous to
Sale Commences at 10:00 O'Clock.
Lunch Will" Be Served at Noon.
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of $10 and under, cash j
in hand. On films over $10 ten
This is the advice of the War Industries Board.
Maybe, you have hoped that another year would see your plans of a new
Those hopes can be a reality.
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.
plan. Let us help
months time given on bankable note
bearing eight per cent interest Troni
date of sale. All property must be.
settled for before being removed
from the premises.
J. N. JORDAN, Owner.
Col. W. II. YOFNG. Auctioneer.
A. O. Al'LT, Clerk.
Henry eiakcmeier of near South
Bend was a visitor in Plattsmouth
this morning, coming to look after
some business here, and also having
some matters at the Court House
for the clay.
At the Murrav Stock Yards
- Commencing at 1 O'Clock P. M.
Saturday, Feb. 22
Consisting of the Following
Well Broke Horses
One span of bay geldinrs, five years
old. well brok weight 3200; one
span of brown geldings, six years
old, well broke, weight 3200; six
bay geldings, four years old, all liit -e-ied
a few times, weight 1300 each;
one span of brown mares, seven years
old. well broke, in foal by 2000 lb;
Shire horse, weight 2S00; one bay
mare, seven years old, in foal by
same horse, weight '1400; one span
of black geldings five years old, well
broke, weight 2600; one span of bay
mares, seven and eight years old,
well broke, weight 3000; one span of
roan mares, five years old, well broke,
weight 2400; one span of gray geld
ings, six years old. well broke, wt.
2", 00; one span well matched sorrels,
five years old, driven a few times,
weight 2700; one good all-around
saddle horse, weight 1100.
This is a true description of these
horses, all sound and in good con
dition. THE USUAL TERMS WILL
APPLY TO THIS SALE
G. S. SEXSON, OWNER
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer
W. G. B0EDEKER, Clerk.
you do it.
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