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TET7SSDAY. JITTL 13 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH ' SEMI-WEEKLY JOTJENAL
In listed corn cultivators we have the J. I. Case
Plow Co., John Deere Plow Co., and Rock Island Plow
Co. In walking cultivators we have the New Depar
ture and Jenny Lind; Riding cultivators, the Badger,
New Century and Overland.
In haying tools the Keystone, International and
Emerscn leaders; Keystone and International side de
livery hay rakes; Deering and McCormick mowers,
binders and hay rakes.
Also just unloaded a car load of
Deering Standard Twine
that I will sell for
24c Per Pound
CASH, UP TO JUNE 15TH
went to Beatrice,
I have one Monroe Roadster for $450.00; one 4
passeng;er Hupmcbile, model 32. good serviceable car,
$220.00; one 1917 5-passenger Reo, good paint, $700.
JOHN- F. GORDER,
b PLATTSMOUTH -:
REMAINS LAID TO
REST HERE TODAY
The Remains Of Lawrence Bauer Ar
rived From Omaha This Morning;.
Funeral Heii From Station.
From TVeilnf-KlaVp T'.'iI'V.
The funer.-.l of the late Lawrence
I'.auer wus Ih-IsI froi: the IJurling
ton stati"i. the burial being ma do
at the Oak Hill cemetery. It
intended that the remain? fhould
ha vp been taken to the home of his
daughter Mrs. Timothy Wooster
pnuthweM of the city from which
place the funeral services were to
be held, but on account of the un-u.-ual
conditions ef the weather, it
was thought better to go direct to
the cemetery lfore a rain should
occur. They were fortunate in that
thy did for they had scarcely Rotten
br.ck from laying the remains t'j
r,rt when the rain came in almost
torrents. Thoe here from out of the
citv to attend the services. were
; Joseph. James and Frank Bauer of
-: Norfolk, Joseph pauer sr. and wife
i of Morse BluffsT the former a broth
er of tlrfe deceased; John Uauer of
Pacific Junction another brother.
Joseph Uauer jr.. Spencer, Lawrence
Bussie and family of Norfolk, Phil
ip Shears and wife of Stewart, Nel
son Tremble and wife of Spencer,
Thomas Uauer and wife of Norfolk
and frank Yasper and wife of Ver
Joseph Wales who is working at
Omaha was a visitor in Plattsmouth
this morning, coming down for the
to Omaha this morning where she
was a visitor with friends for a
short time and returned home at
EGGS FOP. HATCHING.
Single combed Buff Crphlngton
fges for hatching. One dollar per
setting of fifteen eggs, or five dollars
per hundred. See or call Sam Good
man. Mynard, Nebr. 19-tf
Maurice Keefer left for Denver on
No. 3S Monday.
Mrs. A. Bro.bst left Monday to
visit relatives in Waco, Nebraska. .
Juke Kahm and OrviUe Robertson
were in Lincoln on business Satur
day. Mrs. Dale Boyles left oh Monday
night for a week's visit at York, Ne
braska. Charles Foreman, of Lincoln, is
staying with his uncle, John Fore
man, for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stroemer and
Miss Marie 'Stroemer were in Omaha
Friday and Saturday.
Alfred B. Stroemer has been ap
pointed rural mail carrier here and
began carrying the mail on June 'J.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanz visited on
Sunday with Mr. Ganz's brother,
Robert Ganz, at Shenandoah, Iowa.
Miss Lucy Whitman came in oi.
Friday from Arcadia, Nebraska. She
is a guest at the George P. Foreman Tuesdu .
Mrs. Hazel Bobbitt-Fox came in
Saturday from Chicago to visit Ler
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg'.
Miss Grace Bailey went to Do;
Moines to meet Henry L. Clapp. Jr..
of Elmwood. who recently returned
John Skiles", of Mount Hose. Iowa.
'enjoy the celebration with us. Erint-
well filled lunch baskets and enjoy
a regular old-fashioned -itn cf July
A number cf High school stu
dents met at th-3 heme of Mir?s Mil
dred Godbey Friday, May 30th. in
the evening, for a farewell uarty iu
honor of Misses Carrie and Agnes
Petersen. They leave soon for their
home in Oklahoma, after attending
High school here the past year. They
finished cut the night with a slum
ber party in which Muses Carrie
and Agnes Peterson. Lueile M-jKh--non.
Flossie Jordan an J Mildred
Miss Mary Ilush U in Omaha f. r
a two week's vis.it with relatives.
Miss Viola Everett returned San
day from a ten days' visit at Ellioit.
Jerry E. McHugh and Art Ward
were among those going to Omaha cn
g pm R J II a 11 JJ
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III) i -w
came in on No. 37 Sunday to visit
his nieces. Mrs. S. C. Boyles and
Mrs. M. C. Keefer.
Ed Carr, of Eagle, and George P
Farmers Bureau at Weeping Wa'er.'
The home folks have word from j
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Thurreton, ai
San Antonio. Texas, reporting the;
doctor feeling mneh improved in j
Mrs. C. Lowe. . ct ort Worth.
Texas, was a visitor at the Dr. Horn
beck home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siohlman
and son. of Elm wood, were visiting
friends here Sunday afternoon.
Misses Hiith Sorick and Lydiu
Wutchinsck returned Monday l'rota
Lincoln, where they have- been at
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parmenicr
, land daughter. Annabelle. of Yutan,
Nebraska, were calling ;n relatives
here Sunday evening.
i Miss Jessie Creamer. Mrs. Lloyd
Eidenmiller and children. Maxim
und Lawrence spent last Friday ui
the John Arngwert home.
I Miss Dorothv iieeve v. cn to i.ir.
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coin Sunday evening. :n i w;:i e:
ihe Lincoln Sanitarium to take u:
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Miss Alta Linch returned Stu--
:lav from Grand Island, where
j i c -urse in nurse's training,
j Mrs. II. Keevc. acco'.tipanied
her sister. Mrs. Edith (leiiiM.t.
. , , , i Elmwood. left Monday i.:o
taught penmanship the past scl.ojl
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EVERYBODY C0L1E OUT!
b. : artr :- B' :m:z c:::; B :'B-.::b. :;i::.e;.:::b:is:I"Ii Bwrn
year. Miss Linch has been r. -elecf-d
with an increase in salary.
Clytl- Lancaster, who has beei
mustered out of the U. S. navy af
ter four years' service, came In th"
first of .the wet-k from O'Neill f.o.vis- t
it his sister. Mr. Hubert Strong
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kirk-!
Patrick left Sunday for Colorado toi
visit the latter s brother. They visi'
eJ relatives in Lincoln enroute and
expect to be gone about two months.
- The Ladies Aid society gave an
entertainment at tle High school
auditorium Saturday night. Mi.,
Gladys Appleman read "Peg o" My
Heart" to an apreciative auTlience.
The receipts amounted to $40.
Mrs. John Murtey returned las'
week from a week's visit with rela
tives at Clay Center, Nebraska. Her
nephew, Raymond Price. retuTne-1
with her, spending a week here wit a
them and returning to his home on
James Friend, of Overton, who
has been visiting his sister. Mrs.
Charles Godbey and family and oth
er relatives here the past two weeks
left Tuesday for Mitchell, South Da
kota, to visit his sister, Mrs. Mart
Campbell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Keefer enter
tained at Sunday dinner Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Keefer and daughter.
Vera; Mr. and Mrs. Orio Foreman
md daughters, of Valparaiso; Mr.
and Mrs. Casper Cross, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Keefer and daughter, cf I'tica.
and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy O. Cole, of
The annual school meeting was
held last Monday night at the Hig'i
school auditorium. f Two new trus
tees were elected as follows: Chas
Godbey and Sam Hardnock. th
terms of Harry Appleman and Fred
Prouty having expired. It was also
voted to begin school at 10 a. m.
and close at 5 p. m. as long as the
new time is ued. The meeting was
Henry L. Clapp. Jr.. of Elmwood,
who recently returned from over
seas is spending a few days with
friends here this week. He was mus
tered out of army service at Camp
Dodge, Iowa, June 6th, r after ten
months' service in France. Private
Clapp went into army training on
May 28, 1918, and was sent overseas
the first week in August, as a mem
ber of the 3f0th Infantry, 8 8th Di
vision, lie was lortunate in,escap
!a visit witn relatives in lvuiisa-.-.
J (). E. McDonald received word i
Saturday of the death of his gran ",
(mother at Narka. Kansas. She wa?
ja lady of 78 years and had he-.-n skk
I for some time.
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i air. anu .w rs. julu imu, -u.r.-
Elsie Roessig and Harry Roessig, of
Omaha, and Miss Leona Hush. of
Lincoln, were Sundav iruestV of Wm.
Hush and wife.
School closed Friday. June Cth.
with a picnic in the school yards. A
short program was given during the
morning by the High school, follow
ed by a picnic dinr.er.
A deal was made last week where
by the Peter Evt land farm e.f thre e
eighties was sold to John Gustin for
$300 per acre. Charles Hau sold his
farm for ?o0"i per acre to William
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hitchcock. oT
Havelock. left Saturday for a two
weeks' trip to Colorado. Their littl?
daughter, Olga Mary, remained here
with her grandparents, L. Neitzel
Miss Hose Arngwert, of Council
Bluffs. Iowa. is here visiting her
parents, while' recovering from an
operation for appendicitis. She is
accompanied by her nephew, Ken
Mrs. Ada Tool went to Lincoln on
Saturday evening to visit over Sun
day with the Rev. Howard Tool fam
ily. From there she will go to Weep
ing Water for a short visit with the
Fred Gorder family.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sorick and their
daughter. Miss Mildred, were in Lin
coln last Friday evening to attend
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flush up against a
listening post and. youH
get the Prince Albert call, all right!
You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and
get so much tobacco joy out of every
puff you'll wish you had been born
twins! For, Prince Albert puts over a turn
new to every man fond of a pipe smoke. It
wins vour elad hand completely. That's
because it has the quality!
And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fra
grance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch
which is cut out by our exclusive patented process.
We tell you to cut loose to beat the cards and
smoke your fill at any clip without a comeback I
Tpppy red bags, tidy red tint, handsome pound and
half pound tin humidor and that clever, practical
pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moist ener
top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition,
R J Reynolds Tobacco iCo.,AVinston-Salem, N. Ct
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
l--lal Attention t- Illnraum or Women
ACl'TK DTSKASRS TRKATHD
Kyes Tested and (J hisses Fitted
Night Calls. Answered After Honrs
and Sundays by Appointment
8:20 a. m. to 12:00 1:"0 p. m. to 5:3f'
i Ton tea II lock
I- b o i e . -OS
Prices good until Saturday Nite
Meavy weight blue full cut bib overall $1.90
' " " tick stripe " " .... 2.15
Light weight bib overall 1 .35
Men's neck band, soft curl shirts in 3 lots. .85c, $1.25, 1.50 ing injury in battle and came home
Mens black work SOX, 2 pair for 25 looking and feeling fine and glad to
-i 50ibe back home asaiu-
J The Alvo Community club is at
" Porusweave Union suits " 1 .40 ( work preparing for a grand good
" Balbriecan' " " 90c, 1.50 tfme at tne celebration to.be held
Urtijuggdii or!here July 4th. The Hon. J. S. Mc-
Kfkl overalls , cart y. of Lincoln, will speak in the
afternoon. There will be a base ball
game and other games and the en
tertainment committee is negotiat-
ing for a merry-go-round which the
children will enjoy.' A very cordial
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Public Service Corporation
the sraditatina- exeri'L-iiv f t' the- a.-
from Lincoln Tlih school. f which
(heir daughter, II ids Ruth Soriri;.
v.a? a iiHr.ihfr.
1.1 isves Ki. thryn Goehry, Ileleue
r.nd Mathilda Hahn. Tdr. and Mr.s.
Ralph Copenhaver and children,
Jeanette and Doris, all of Omaha,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ifaroi.l Tool ami
Fons. Junior and Jean, were Sunday
quests at the home of Mr. and Mr.
?.Ir. and Mrs. Alex Laiulhcdni a:;u
children of North Plutte. Nebrask.:.
came in Saturday and will be here
this summer with Mr, and Mrs. Jest'
Landhoim. Alex is a carpenter and
viil build the new lrnife for. Mr.
!ir.dMrs. JesFe Landholm as soon a'
the weather permits.
Fred Slock, Jr., and Mi.-s Loui.-ii
lieickman were married at the home
(jf the bride's parents last Thursday
afternoon. The.e young people art
two of eiur mot popular and well
known your.s folks and have the
"nest wishes -f a host of friends. The
weddinc: was a large affair and the
happy couple received many valu
able ;:r:d useful rifts. They will live
on one of the farms owned by the
When everything keeps soinsr up.
when the extravagantly hi.ch price
of all necessaries render the lif
very difficult, and the bulk of our
population needs every cent they
can save, it is surely a blessing that
in cr.se of stomach troubles which,
if neglected, would sap your energy
and make your"situation still worse.
you can go to your elruggist and get
t reliable remedy which for a sina'l
r.mount give.- you quickly the d
sired relief. This remedy, Triner'r-
American Elixir of Hitter Wine,
cleans the intestines without grip
ing and other unpleasant conse
quences caused by cheap and worth
less imitations. TlTerffore rcfus:'
such trash ani ask only for Triner '
American Elixir of ' Bitter Wine,
which every good drug store has al-
wr.ys on hand. And did you ever
try Triner's Antiputrin? It is th"
best garble and mouth wash, and
the mi--t efficient antiseptic fo
cleansing of wounds and ulcers. Ev
ery druggist will get it fof you.
Joseph Triner Comply, 3 33C-134n
S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111.
C'uliiiiin Ivol-t to
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BUREAU NOTES !
Mr. Smiley, Extension houltry
inau of the State University will be
with us in June. The following
demonstrations will be held: June
17th about 2:20 in the after
noon at Mr. J. W. Stones at Mynard.
The evening of the 17th a poultry
meeting at school district No. 9.
lune 1 St h about 2:30 in the after
noon, Mrs. Frank Cox, Nehawka.
June l!'th at 2:30 Mrs. John Gon
zales at Elmwood. Everyone in
terested in poultry is urged to at
tend these meetings.
Pntato P.no-s Annenr "F.nrlv '
Potato bugs are putting rn an
early appearance this year and
there is indication that they may
be a serious pest, according to the
University Extension Service. Early
action against them is recommend
ed, because it is much easier and
cheaper to kill the young bugs than
the older ones. Lead or calcium
arsenate or zinc arsenate applied at
the rate of one-half pound (8
ounces) of powder to 12 gallons (2
pounds to 50 gallons) of water will
kill the young bugs. If lead or
calcium arsenate in paste form i
used the weight recommended here
for powder should be doubled. These
act more slowly than Paris Creen
but are more desirable because they
stick to the leaves longer and do
not burn foliage. aPris Green used
at the same strength is effective on
young bugs. Old bugs will require
3 or 4 pounds of either poison.
Equal amounts of lime used with
Paris Green will prevent most of
the burning. These poisons can al
so be applied in dust form on plants
wet with dew.
House Pests May Be Controlled.
The best known methods of con
trolling house ants, clothes moths,
cockroaches, insects in flour, meal
and breakfast foods, lice on house
plants, boxelder bugs, flies, ' mos
quitoes, carpet beetles, crickets In
the house, rats and mice and other
pe3ts are set forth in the University
Extension Service House Manage
ment circular C. The circular may
be dbtained from county agricultur
al agents, or by writing the Exten
sion Service, University Farm, Lin
coln. L. R. SNIPE3.
County Agr. Agen.
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WE ARE AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD
We are Facing an Era of Prosperity
Unprecedented in Our History
Building costs are high but so are prices in every
other line. It is no argument against building when
tomorrow's prices may go higher.
The man with foresight will not delay further;
he will build now according to his needs. Further, he
will come to us for his estimates.
Can be had in amounts of
First National Bank Bid gr,
l- . Pla.tering, Stucco, Mason,
- and all kinds of concrete
work. Strictly first class.
Lumber and Building Material
invitation is extended to all Cass
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