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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1919)
THUP.SDAY. AUGUST 7. 191S.
FLATTSHOTJTn SE-WEEKLY jotjenai
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ftA a i ,fc Tiny i O i-
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A FULL LiftE OF FURNITURE!
Oui stock is up-io-date &nd I have protected myself
by buying before some f the late advance. Every
thing in season in ths Farm Machinery line.
ml .-; at H. U
V. e m ul kodak r i 1 1 1 1 - away 1.-?
. 1 1 i 1 :i . bri:: then in.
We f ' - t : , , I Ii. ;. r"ti:i bm-y an
. i; ; . n
, . e vi.'.u: .
; ! " 'uy,
vis It in -
lark depart e i
Auburn, v !;
;i rt-W (!.."-
r m: vhpe
( f O W. f'.TiiM-ry.
F. H. Mr('iir:i; was a vi.-ilor at
t hf cr!!!:iv m r t Monday evf'i-
iii-; -.-it..: lor iff f.T himself and
Lr .!. M. Pa'torM n. wh is
v i.i t :. ng i is tie a; ' .
;.i in rs i!b
c unerat iuc
if.-.! h lia - at
hiric la:! Minnner. r--r.7!ir!."l
ing and will
iicr-'.in u. ti v.ork f"
Itoy Vot.Ver uho. was tlire.-liin
at the h..i;.e f 1M Mouaay. was
ciiiipelled to ly off for a short time
on ueci-un' of the rain, as the grain
v. ;.. too v. T to ha ndl".
Floyd Yonkor departed l:t Tiox-
o iv vecinir o
- i m.j 1 1 KTiirni t h whtre
he !('' ft ed
a position in th
i:nrlins:t,n shop-i a that place, as a
worker in the s?e:l car department.
C. I (iuintcn and .Top Trab
were in the city for a short time
last Monday. th sh'Tiff havinc
si me pan r. t o v.-rvo east of town.
r:i d Jc" cam" a.b.iig to sec the coun
try. Herman Flit ke was in the ciT
Tm-sday dwins some tradiua. and
r ported that there was a good rain
in his neighborhood, but that the
wind I lowed down the corn to souie
15. H. IU'-ke- ho i. running hi
t ii res hi 'it; raacio.ne. nas etmipelled
to si p tor a tiiort time on account
of the rair of iu.-1 Monday evenine.
and he with his
V.c'.f and Wilbur
a short rs'.
W. M. Cb'.r!"
Miller are taking
e i.- s:::cri:;cr frotn
h!::h he sustained
ah'-"-t his thr'-shins
g his bfr hand in
sor-fi a way tbtif lie
di-Socated. and the
W I V or r. ' !.
1 1 ry i i: dt r in
l.a'i til v ri.-t
hand r:.;. fib'd
Ii v. ab t'r
it :.- cot fir--' :
to some extent. Dr.
1 'he injured bind and
b t very v eil con
i v ill h- somo time
bfore Wi.l cat: uo it aeain.
pL-P rV IT3
But now is the lime and this is the place to buy
The safe way is to have your bin full.
We are Handling
Hard Coal from Pennsylvania,
Spadra from Arkansas,
Also liiincis and Western Coals.
YES, IT IS HOT!
TRY KAL FAX COAL
(HOTTER AND CLEANS Ri
Frans Bros. Lumber Company,
Phone G9-A Union, Nebraska
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
d L . nv, . ui,.
ilenry Giii;s-:eii) and Jatnea Xtl
:in el' Wxtuni:: in Ouic r.a:iiy
v.tr-.- ?MiiiiCs visitors in Ui:i.n It
Tv..-cay c::v.;iuz to locik alter the
ot ilinr vhcat.
t'lar'.'ncr t Kike I .V.ain is busy at
:u e::-..rr-! of a crew (
:t i iuahlna thinv
y in t u
e f turninu out v. ori;.
lleport V.'. Lt. i;:inning
are in the x.e.t. tire to
t'ne eilect lhat tluy are liaviorr :
.!:( i time al t!ie national parks, and
will " awj-y 1 r some time yet.
A. If. iliabei A.istin i.- r portc :
as in'iag on the sick list, but i.
ror.ie Ik" luvina the rheumatism
: nd :n ura'r-.ia in his teeth. lie :3
h'-pt at home and not ab'e to work.
lboury i:. ualu an .entertained a
number ol the young pt-ople at hh-h'-me
a few days since at a water
melon feed and pencil party. afte.-
v. hick the you i! a no n went swim
ming over on the river.
Frank IJoggs said business w a
cood. and That he had all he oou!.i
do. and sometimes more than he
IV. t he could attend to in his refresh
ment and restaurant line.
.'. Ii. Meyers and wife, with F. 1 1 .
t-.l.ii.oii i. mi Mis? Mrtis He-it. all i"
i'o '.vers vino. Mo., stopped oft lor r
vi. -.it with friends here while o"
iir wsy home from a trip which.
:.p.r h: '.otl Wyoming. Colorado and
-he vest g: nrally. They resume!
h- '" hr-nooxuird jourm d Luulny
Miss Mary Ih Foster, who is inak
iiig her home at Omaha, was down
fe.r a visit at home over Sunday,
vi.-iting with h-r many fritneis here.
t'he was accompanied by Mis Lilli
Mo.rpliy. of Fluttsmouth. and they
remained until Monday eveniuc,
when they each returned to their
F. Yi Young and two sens, Wayn ;
and I'arrell. who are in Colorado,
write ihrt things are looking pretty
i'i!o.- out there and that they
haviLg an abundance of rain just
now. so the withered vegetation u
starting up aitaim They are- prep
inr to jo:t in a Teip of winter wheat.
L h.tid Youi.g expects to i;o out in
i inert time and assist in the work
erf seeding. The boys h: fl shippe d a
traitor out there for use in break-
ins up tne ground, out ai last re
por'.s it had not reached its des'i
I lir. C. M. Schwab was out for a j
Iccll while we were iu his place, audi
I we did not pet to see him.
Luther Full?rton, who has been
: v-vrkirifi: in the country fir some
I'.irr.e. i? departing for his forraor
h-.rr.e at I-r.r:-lo. Ivio.. v. horo he will
attend school the coiuing yc.ir.
V-'ard Taylor was ia frc;n east oi
j thv." city, looliing after rt.iae Mi.;
j tc-rs c? business and told of t irtfi'hii.:".
iLeins nearly liui.hed in hi Icjcaiity.
iwith good returui of boLli v. ::sat ai..!
i I.ittie rhovter i'ocdon is havin:;
:..tae i rt ty hard luck, a he has cut
;:he f;i.Kfr on on' hand will- a sick' ;
i mJ 1 it one of tho-.e on thr other.
iwith a Laraiuer. nas:ti::;T it ha(i!.
IStili lit' t;oes on smith' f. i
! II. K l.eae'i has s. V. his hotue : '
J ISroJ Todd, and was iivr:: p on io,- ;
jirg into ;ua!?"r re idei'e w!;i"h !
i he owns, h :! fenriim it v.ou'.d r j
! i'VcUio v lii'.n. he tionut the prt p- ,
j -.; of tlrr.ry K.';;hln:an. and t hi. f
;)!; Mr. l. n otit t" a j iace. j
' l otunii.s.-iuner C. F. Ilarri;; was i.i
i'iattMuoutii Vedne.d-. y at a uicvt- ;
of th." hoard of eounty (!nn;ii:. ,
! .-'umi rs. re-.urj.r.
Ik me la
on: uii:: Fie ne
! ev nint-. brinuir.ir
j Miller or Alvo home with iiini,
i y ert to Lis home to'lay.
! Tiiere "a. a met tin--; holt!
1 ci)i!-;t t! i:' v.-'-: k rci.'.t". : t i:
' ."'Ci '. l .Ts picuic v. hich !as I " t ;
! annual an. ir in Union. Yh-y
;- ni'e a hi; c r .u-e'-ne i a'"-r.t
' c r ii.ey v. oaiu le aide to .e ;
wiei the date id' htiiin
picnic l:n;.iiy arrives.
(. K. War.;, of tin- C;o,i :i Prid .
couijiary, v. ho has char;;" f the coa
st ru;ti"n of culvert ; on the sr.overu
nu ui aid r :;d. v as in the n-isdihjr
hocnl of Union this v. o; h wi:h hi.
crew of workmen, put: in-, in ta'tui
now bridaes ahead i.f the -rath'i-c-rew.
which is progrosvii-.g rapidly
with its work l.:ri the pre. ailin.
rood weather of the pa.-t l-.-w weehs.
The Chautauqua At Union.
The Union chautauiiua which has
bn.-n it! si ioti here for the thret
day? of the fore part of ths wee
beginning on Sunday afternoon, have
been meeting with good success, am
h::ve ben having a sood s?t tendance
1 The large crowd .a last t-unua.-
r-Qtiv puir.vfd the e'vi't.ins s pro
gram, which consisted of a lecture
which was one of the best of th
series, and a perforinanco of Sv.--.
rintrors and vodbrs, in their native
cu-'ti:n;es and was a very takins pa
of the series- of entertaiumenti. tin
Monday the event of the day was-
the address of Perct. Golzer. who
! has returned from a long time ser-
vice overseas, and the experiences
I wh'ch be told were very thrilling
and listened to in rapt attention
by the audience. In th-? even in-
M ists Ethel Salisbury Handler enter
tained with some very appropriate
and aDnreciative reading., while
Sergt. Goizer gave his lecture ' I'ti
dcr Three Flass." A concert fcl-
lowing bv the Armenian trio. Not
a little excitement and some lricht:-
' ii.. c -iorioTi nor! Ititmtiw tha T t 1 1 ' V
pvf nine's session when ti e 4orm at
I I hut finwi I ! t w thw rt tit i ii.! n i.ll
top of the audmnce, anc; created a
general commotion. I he piai;o was
blown from the stand, among the
other things-in the excitement. The
third and closing day Tuesday wa
well enjoyed ai the program was
one which appealed to the crowd
During the afternoon the lecture
was delivered by M. M. Mai.au on
the subject of Mexico, and was. fol-
; lowed by a concert by the Old Co
1 lonial band. In the evening the
lecture was the "United Slates; and
I South America." a very popular
I lecture. This was followed by th"
; old colonial band in its popular con
cert. Taking it all in all the chau
tauejua proved a great success.- f nd
was well appreciated by those who
Sells His Farm.
Albert Hathaway ntus jusi dispos
ed of his farm to N baska City
parties, for the price of $1S0.(0 per
acre, and as there was eighty acres
of the land, he received 51 4. 400. 00.
Just what he will do now he is at a
loss te know, but will be in the
market for another place and will
look around for a while before lo
cating. If lie looks too long, the
prices will be higher. for every
time property changes hands the
price is advanced.
Unicn Postoflce Llail Schedule.
;:'0 a. m. fi:0(( p. ni.
2:::". p. ni. p. m.
9:30 p. ni. i:;',0 a. m.
9:05 a. m. 3: If. p. ni.
LYDA CLAUK P. II.
rt, a au r 37 r"
VISITS YTLIilCE OF UI7I02T LAST
:-:03frAY in rsTEr.EHT or
FiSOS EVERYCGDY BUSY THERE
:d t lie Tarrirs !Tr,r?boi;ts Eeport
rc.tUtr.t Ynlas ci Small Grain
Ecry Ilout-: Decried
the Ji.uri.al drp;
;ri i'acilic train at
y of I'nior.. rrd i
u;;: a'r.'.'ad as i-;
ed off th-- Mi
' h iivi iii'
:.d i-.e: yti.il
;.! praitiee ,
round l he Xi '
th'Te vtrc- e.
. ' h people ' e'
;i:.. ai't ; ,
r,.T i iy T.:tf.
. (.1' im.-i no ''
: n .1 o a -. ''
i:tg ami d;tpp;
. f.rst to me.;
is wo, At to
'i'. I avis.
. . s it k iist
- to the
a on ;
; gc-tting s
a in. We :;
ards of ii. I
en.tbninn ju-t st:
n::ig for i-ou
i in his car. i e was a"c
1 on the trip iy I evil K
rnd F'r"?:h for..'., a cous
f :. no
ha.e of a f :
". ir g , I't'.rp-v t
i ol Uom t 1;. 1
of the luuibo:-
. e!' Limbs t'er :
Lis farm niar
It. !,elir. the
s I "ft in charge
At the livery and l'e. J :Uah!u we
.'un.' Mr. John Lach. ttie father i.i
: he e nte-t prising propri-'-ar. in c'.r.r-'--no!
everything wa.s moving a ions; i.i
the best of manner.
At the mercant!'!" esta'dishm'.u"
f A. II. Ib'cker v. e found such a
iice Live of inut;str that we we-r-.-.ot
r.bie to speak to the proprio: "
until a second visit. This store :
enjoying a s;xd businesa a:nl e:.p"?o
;i i ecp it puinu.
At the -- illa;.-- Sir.it by" we-itob.-rt
Wolfe, who has only rece.t
"y returned from overseas servie
k- :n-; sharne-uiio' a plow
.nd cioir.c an e?,!t!eiit job 'f it. -
.oid de-H of work was waiting To b '
!-):' ant! Mr. Wedfe is beii:rr lop:
j-.ihty bii-y there l.ot days. V i
'.eatinsr the steel. !:e t.bl us be war
. c.n.p in th- su'h f.-.r smue t -vith
our re port r. Frank H. Sniitii
:i ' ?dald')n r.rov. u, and in'itiir: -.'
i.riv tiiey !;iri' l as wcl! as se tit them
'e then droptieui into foe barber
hep e f Ira Clarke and found CLarh
'.'shorn, working away like a he-aver.
t be-ing his first day on the job. as
he had just arri-. ed to relieve Ka
wurd Fullerton. wb.o is now takit:
i vacation, and with his sister. Mrs
Hail 1'jyton aiid husband, is spend
ing the time visiting at F.uffalo. Mt..
it the home of his and Mrs. I'ey
on's iaronts, E. M. Fullerton an .
wif". They expect to remain two
;r three weeks, and Mr. Fullerton
will also visit in Kansas ami Okln
I'ome before returning home. You
positively couldn't guess who lie i--.:oimr
to Oklahoma to visit. Perhaps
he will come back a nil perhaps he
Whi'e itr the burber shop. M. U
fierce c r
in ami inquire-d if there;
place in town that could
secured in which to live, and af
or a thorouch cam ass it was decid-
it a single pdace could
found. Union, like other towns in ;
this section of the country, is: short j
rt, ac3 sim n r 37 r r - r r ?
r t ,-t , ...i fln. line, tniial feature this summer
ii i rincii I i 1 ' I '.. t. (
i,,,., .,.,. in orde.r tu sficure
to live J A Talk-
.. - 1 ; .. ...i, : ,.1,
1 0.il r JU llll.ll " ii-. " - - - (
iticton, who is salesman for the,
Ohss. L. Graves
Union Bank Building
a complete general line of
When in need cf anything
A. L. BECKER,
Farmers Union store, said he was
; t biuLing of moving back Iron Sur-
i'mt, r.nd that he w
2nd a jdace he tculd Luy, az renting
was entirely cut of the question in
At the business house of Thomas
Croniw.U. we n:et the genial Ii.
Tobi, niarriger of the j:!ace. who.
:!en hit; nnat failed to get in on
ii:e train dispatched an auto fj the
!;;.;!.!::;: houie at Nebranha City af
er v, i:-' he T-e'ed'- i to f-rr-piy l.ii
r it. : ; :-i.r:-. J.ihn Ilortriv'r. :-nr. was
cr.f v. l.o did tne ni'-' work, as
v.a v.-.:rl:in for a short tir.ie iu
: c f the regular boy who is on a
IJ. W. Kc"iy, lh.e druggi:t. was so
!r.i: ily i".- wii!; i'lis soi'.a ftu!"
laiu. a; 'i ire"eriptir.n ea:-e th.tt h'
-':.rre'.v 1 ud tiaij tu laok up and
v..- hid t: make a socond trip into
!.: u vf Icibinf.-r; in ordr to get
i ui -
:'.m. 's doing a
s ti.o drug Utk"
very go ;:!
as vt i! ;u;
i ; i. oiia
1 . h e
fountain the.-e iio
; innntit c"f ice cream
he di spctts-os is real
ia Mr. V
" tir-t Fv
t v n. ;
rv :ie re
-.( e o! bu
. wiio li-
l.o at lor sotu.-
e f ir 1 hi
read of the
Union, v 1
ren ipt f ir
be would like
:M2s. g-.u.og oi
l to i.ii.Ve out
tr? about : ente
ce of v.". lUtrbe
rr; y. v, i:
' T'-'i'tr-. i'! ;.l v ttv v. v.'.:.)
-; ;rd car-; 1'V" :::! cai t"
pee;.... are cry in:; for mote
(! j:-.i- pr'nt ittg 'hut
brou;iii the v. orli to : i,
1 'kit I-mouth.
Union Au'o coiupany's gar
w'mii is i e O net ;'. ,:v .
T'r.rb.e, we found that g.-m 1-man
bo-y. as well a.s Lis sou. L ouis. ; n-i
hi- bvother. t'crhert L. lturbee. all
i f whom work in the garace. W.
s:i'd be would Lave to have the- Jour-
liim anil so wo dug u'
Union ilank we found I
atti-rson and wile with the
'.l!';ro:i w ere spending some tir.n
in the coo! Minnesota climate, and
lifve been having an excellent tin:
Thev will be home iu the near fu
ture, as they were- in Chicago
th'ir way heme Wednesday.
Nelson A. Mart hi. wli does
i id refreshment and soft drink
btu-ine-ss. was btisv. but sai.l he u
fli'dinc: it hard to get ice when l.
wu.uts it. Hi' arranged to have
journal visit him twice s v eu k
At the business place oi Hubert
W ili is. who has a garage and sell.
Oldsmubile and Economy trucks
found everybody busy and en
i!!C a line business. he n ine to
ed us with a number of ducats.
r.ging bis subscription up to ;
r hence. He has his son. Alber
! Farm Applegate working fo
i. i .ii. and they have- about
ihree of th.em can do.
Cuts Finger On Lamp Globe.
While endeavonn; to catch a
lamp chimney which was falling to
the floor Mr. Htuij. Iloback living
near the county line, had the mis
fortune to cut the knuckle of his
right middle finger, severing a piece
c.f the skin and flesh, and had to
have the injured member dressed by
Dr. Schwab. It is doing nicely now
and he Lopes will soon be well
Baptist Church Notes.
Sunday School at 10 A. M. "Yin-
ning Others to Christ."
Morning services at 11 A. M.
Evening services at S:S0 V. M.
Christ at meat with Lis disciples
These evening services are n spec-
t-ty til teen minutes long. All are
v- t Icome-d to these services. Urivg
a friend. J. B. TAYLOR.
Pastor Haiitist Church, Fuion. Ne'.r.
Accident Of The Missouri Pacihc.
Last Tuesday evening while the
freight west was passing Bethany a
car from the middle of the tr;:in
jumped the track, throwing mm?
cars off, and running on again it
self. In the cars derailed there wer
5ix Case threshing machines and
one tractor. The box car which was
used for a passenger station wa.- ele
tuolished. and while it seems strange
no one was injured. Comluctor
Perry anil his crew had 5o remain at
Walton, and return here the ncx.
morning, but were able to get home
G'xid jiropositiou to right party.
Plattsmoutli territory. Singer Sew
ing Machine Co.. Nebr. City, Nebr.
Six thousand bricks. J.
VERDICT IN LIBEL
SUIT NEXT TUESDAY
. Ecnry Ford Killicn Dollar Suit Will
' Then Have Covered Just Tlrree
i Months' Period.
M"-nf ("'r.m,.nc Alirh Anr. f..
A verilict in Ilcnrv Furd's ?1,."."..
(CO -nit rgr.in.-t The rb'o'g.
I.a:!v Tribune is e:vrct.d by in xr
Tue-day nlghi. Auuust 12, just three
montiu- from the day th- hesrirg be-
can. The evidence was all in tui
record today. Tomorrow the jury
will to excused while the lawyers
di?co;s the matter of th" court's io
pf ruction t the jury with Judge
Tucker. While th? jude will not
,.. f-rn,'..l'v until !
sends it to its deliberations '. is ( x-
pect'd 1 e will indicate his. idea:;
to the lawyers tomorrow.
Gre::t hr p; rt : n: i'; riilached by
tbe attorneys it v. l at deii-i it b n.s o-"
; Tocher instruct ; the jury it ruiy
j eonideT. for the suit wo.; i"t;1u'
i ed I y Mr. Ford heeause fee Chicago
news pa per charac1 e:; hitu .s an
anarchi-t iti an editorial poh'i-bed
i Jun" J.'!. I ft 1 r,.
j The hearing is s;:iii to have beet
i ore of tlie b.r.gest .n record. It
; ' rodu"e d a searchincr a : : ;i 1 i of
libel laws and precedent and an i .T-
rieuse atnoun of t?t imcny. A n
; vrrxinta'p'.y 1 i'O wit nerr-. wrr
, heard including Mr. F -rd hi: r;e!f
;..n tri. pt:r!isher". and 'cverul eui-jt-r;al
T-riiers of th" Tribune. and
I')1 exhibit;- were rut in. Argu
ments nill beziii Tluirsray and
eontinue Friday. Monday and Tues
day. Yi'.-orm! mother'-: were reroiiffe'
to complete tb presi nt a i u of
te'stimouy toi'ay. Cross cx-imhiatha
I was virtually ah;-".doivd. F ur wit
j nes-o- placed on 1he s!:in ' by e-outi-
-e'l f r r the pi:-,ntni were not per
mitted to testify. Judge Tuck -r rul
ing that the subject for which they
were called already has been ade
FA.KMEES REFUSE TO SELL.
Ogden. Ft aii. Aug. a. Farmers of
the Intermountiein states are refus
ing to sell their wheal at the gov
ernment guarantee;! price and
-ral mills in this district are now
idle because of in;;L il i ' y to f
grain, according to authorized sta'e
ments of Ogden grain evchange offi
cials todav. The following state-
ment was issued:
"Farmers in U':ih rnd Idaho will
net sell wheat excepting at a preni-
ium of twenty-five oen's a buhf 1
over the government baMs. Several
of the mi 115 are idle fir w;nt cf
wheat, which th' farmers will net
turn loose excepting at this prein
ium." The grain exchange includes rep
rc'?enf atifes of three large Pacific
coast flour companies and all eithe-r
prominent buyers of this district.
GERMAN AIRSHIP TAKES FALL.
F.eriin. Aug. a. A sjieeial riis
natch to the Lokal Anzeiger from
Rybnik. upper Silesia, says a large
German airplane. belonging to a
German airship works fell yesterday
Our Tbsst Bsc
iku0u5t3i to Sept.
UNnTIoriAELY fa2EST AM) E5r PAIS EVI5 ATTEMPTED
LI-'E STOCK Show OF AND daisy C'.TTlf-
CC HT AND IMOIVtOOAL CISLAYS OF ACiRIUtTUSt.
fK, Li LTf.Y Slow -APLE Show - MANtP CTudE V
flli.JIT. tiACHINIRV- TRACTORS &CHOCL A.NO
tOUtATlONAL. DISPLAYS INCU'iNO BOYS' AfW ClRtS
tZBOOO PROCUCTlCN IN FIPEWORRS Or BATTLE OP JAiNT MlHlCL ll
ANQ PEACE JUBU.EE J
THREE RING CIRCUS AUTO HARNC55AJNO KJNNiwO
FAMILV OUTING - RELAXATION DIVERSION IDEAS
Buhiii"iic uea. cure guaranireu in every case accerited
for trectmcnt. and no money to tie paid unul cured. Write for book on Recta J Diseases. n rues
and testimonials of more tLaa 1Q00 prominent peeple who have been permaceDtiy cured. t
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 Bee Building; OF AM A, NEBRASKA
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H The largest and best equipped dental offices in Omaha. Experts q
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B!?ssss?3HS!s!TKlR3 FLOOR, FAXTON ELCCK: CMAKf.
mntfinr during a flip lit. killing till
jiv(H r.f tli orr ii p;i lit ineludifg
T stffid'. tit nrvu rred nrar It-it;
N,r. The airplane carried r,.0(io.O(ot
riVe hi t'kratiian money and a
:rU of Kusia!i money. Former
linance Mini-der Witouky -l Ho
Vi"irt Fkraine republic was a pa--
The I'lciif nii (,-n its lir t tri
r, 1 1 . 1..
I Itr ee', Til. Mill vas 1 eu.ll. en. i.-m h
. '-d V-n planned on ''
'--' :r- . - 'e r the l-ord-r ar
Tai h An -." r:: ! ann- unnTM t
' --- '' " 1 r I ' ' 'o' w::, shot dou b
' T'eli' h border troop. The era-b
: onrred v.lh'o inline Ihf Ivlih
lOOSIIT OVER B7JDGES.
The board of coon'-. eot.iUii e
er tut 1. .'"!. i V.
out ,u t!
j ct:ot;: v -kit.:- o.-..,- .)... brid-j- .
tvoi! a:::! r.ica .irmj op n; ;-1
if ur't'tar's th.it are- tei'lii- n
i'a ir- a' t h" ii'e-. n ' t : m-.
CASS CO. FARM S
Uiii'ii t ..;.- to v
!... r.I I jirriius; IiiItc.I '
V.-; : r ;' r t he date. ,!' J ), e !!' O -;r,
ii i; -, t ;o To v. ; 1 1 be one be'd
v. :" - '.h;rr;iy and one mat" J'ur-
tirth. i !' vini have the J.-eucy for I
tractor ve it. -.-;: you t ether it io
: h i , ue i : irg. Write ::, or phtu.e
-. -1 ve v.-;;' to-: von ..i: t'o i.',.b v.
plow. Thi- i'i be lu-id Au -u t i '
or Wa t h for tie ehete-s
':"e aga.in '...' lUrn - i ( of !('
o.itbre:il: of oi; . .'er;i . ?"w eo :p ra'e
:in:! help keep this from spreadho;.
Zry.e Thrives m Cfnhrdc Ground.
K'.pe i-o on -ul.i.Ie gre-i: i
vi!l m.il-e e '! huh .' 'u- 'p ;i roi leu-
p-o'ui-f . if there is a t, nun; 1 amount
f rein. With the increase, of sh" p
in eastern :. nd cintral Nelir.ol :i
many farmers have- been fallowing
the- practic e of sowing rape nf"r
liarve-l for late summer atid f.hl
feed. Dwarf E - rape s e,'e
l.o o ilea ,t at tie rate of about .", in
7 pound.- to th, acre doe well. If
there is enough rain it vsill thrive
siiig'.c ill. he d ill slu'oble.
Plow Wheat Lttr.d by August.
Stubble land Huh i-; f be --o. n
to winter wheat should be (Lived
bv the middle of Augil 0 . '1 be Ui
J -d States department of avricu'.i ore
. and stale e :.peri::ic nf ;tatiuis Lave
i made many tests. Tliii-." of the p i-t
year corri horat" the ariier u." -.
The carii. r ttu- ;h,vv::r- tbe L r r
the yield has bee n acce p; e-1 do-ir ;
for years. Other thinrs bem.- ii; u:I
it holds good. L. R SNIPES.
William R. Ih.ily departed f hi.
tnortiing for Kearnev. Nil.!.,.
where he goes to t.;'..e U( he- p : '
tion in (.ne of the uiefi a ni i ' -;.ii-lihment
s e 1' that city.
II. L. Tubl-s d San An: ; ui. '!
js. is i t;j ytr. : , , ; vi.-it at ' !i"
heme cf 1: is brother. .1 - i j I !'.
Tubbs-. mar this city ai.d " ill b iv
teni.irro-.v f;,r hi hi nu- :: t... : , ; I .
i u v. v. yi r
f i i
. Fistula-Pay When'Cured
A Tnilf! srstcTn oi treatment that cores Pil. futula and
other Rncta IDiseaA in a short timr-. without a severe sur
gical operation. No Chloroform. Ether or other general
Inrtrarnr;ts carefully sterilized y
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