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TLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1919.
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Cel. W. R. Young, ot Hurray, Al
though a Young Kan, Eas Ac-
quired Enviable Success
From Friday's Daily.
This morning Rex Young return
ed home from a trip out In the ttate,
where he has been looking after a
number of sales in different loeali-i
ties and has had a very successful!
trip as hrs sales have been large and
the stork offered brought a "fine
price which was very gratifying
both to Mr. Young and the owner of
At Brunswick, Nebraska. Mr.
Young was auctioneer at a large sale
of Piiroc boars, seventy-six head be
ing offered for sale and the buying
was keen among the hog raisers
present. The hogs brought on an
average of $90 per head and all were
disposed of through the efforts of
Mr. Young. He also conducted a
stic sale at Venango, Nebraska, at
which 2S2 head of cattle and fifty
t.wo head of horses were placed on
sale. Mme of the animals bringing
over ?100 each on the block. The
successful handling of the sale by
Mr. Young was largely responsible
for the excellent price secured and
he o.vners who have secured Mr.
Voting for service as auctioneer arc
This young and able auctioneer
has been in the business for a num
ber of years and hi success has been
continuous since the time he first
took up this line of work and his
ability is constantly increasing in
the methods of handling the different
classes of sale3 which he is called
upon to conduct. He has a number
of hog and stock sales in this section
of the state in the near future.
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY MET
From Thursday s Daily.
The Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary
met Wednesday afternoon in the
church parlors with Mesdanies Monte
Streight, F. G. Morgan and Dickson
as hostesses. The ladies had spent
much time and labor in decorating
the church with a profusion of most
beautiful Autumn leaves and flow
ers. That their efforts were appre
ciated, was attested by the exclama
tions of pleasure heard on every
After an interesting business ses
sion, in which plans were completed
for the rummage sale to be held No
vember 12th, the ladies enjoyed a
pleasant hour in sewing and conver
sation. At a suitable hour the hostesses
served delicious refreshments ami
the ladies departed declaring their
hostesses splendid entertainers.
POLAND CHINA PIGS.
Pure bred Poland China boar
pigs for sale. C. L. Ivlayabb, Platts
is watch incj
Some day you
will he his
THE BOSS KNOWS THE YOUNG MAN HAS A BANK ACCOUNT
FROM THE WAY HE CARRIES HIMSELF AND THE INTEREST
HE TAKES IN HIS WORK.
THE BOSS HIMSELF WAS ONCE A YOUNG MAN WITH THE
BANKING HABIT. AND IT WAS THAT HABIT WHICH GOT HIM
PROMOTION AND MADE HIM THE BOSS.
YOUNG MAN, IF YOU HAVEN'T A BANK ACCOUNT-COME IN
AND START ONE TODAY.T2233
WE PAY YOU 31-3 INTEREST ON A SAVINGS ACCOUNT OR
'4 ON TIME CERTIFICATE.
Receives Discharge from Marines
and Returns to Plattsmouth
Had Long Service
From Thursday's Daily.
This afternoon. Byron Arties re
turned home to this city, having re
ceived his discharge from the service
of the United Ctates as member of
the Marine corps. This terminates
a service of over two years for By
ron, and during which time he has
had some very exciting experiences,
being a member of the 2nd division
marines which operated with the in
fantry regiments in the battles of
Chateau Thierry and during t he
heavy fighting of last August an I
September in the various fronts in
the Champagne and Lorraine eectors.
y Byron was wounded on two separ
ate occasions and recovering from
the first injuries received in June
was in the fighting in October in
which he received a very severe
wound that kept him from further
participation in the war. Returning
home in July of this year, Byron en
joyed a furlougji until the 1st of
September when he was ordered to
report at the Marine base hospital
at Hampton Roa'les, Virginia, whore
it was expecteil to operate on the in
jured leg of the young man. which
had been broken by a machine gun
bullet, but on examination it was
decided that this would not be necc3
tary as the young man has recovered
the full use of the injured member.
On his discharge Byron enjoyed u
ehort r.tay in Cincinnati, where he
took in several of the world series
ball games and visited with a few of
the old "buddiec."
ONE OF ELMWQGQ'S
FIRST CITIZENS DEAI
Died in California cn Thursday of
Last Week Burial to he at
Elauvood on Tuesday.
From Friday's Dallr
Word reached this cily the 'irst of
i lie week by Henry Clapp, Sr.. an
nouncing the death of his brother
C. D. Clapp, which occurred at Lor
Angeles, California, on Thursday of
last week. Mr. Clapp had been in
ill health for some time but not ser
iously until a week or sj ago when
his son, Willard was sent for anl
who went immediately to be with hi-1
father in his sickness, but it seen: -that
his condition became gradual
lv worse until the end came on las'
It seems as though he had beer
suffering from a carbuncle on i h
back of his neck which was very se
vere and caused him much suffering
and pain. Everything was done for
him that could be done but to no
avail. He was past 73 years of age
and seemed to have a number of
years before him until he becaim:
afflicted with the trouble that caus
ed his death.
Mr. Clapp is one of the best known
men in Cass county and in fact i.
well known throughout the entire
state. He is the foremost citizen of
Elmwood, having been allied with
the business interests as well as in
politics and in a public way so thai
lie has done much in helping to
frame the history of the town.
Mr. Clapp was a man of industrv
and perseverance and had accumu
lated a snug fortune, becoming the
owner of many acres of Cass county's
best land. The land which he own
ed just east of town he chose for his
home and improved and beautified
it in many ways until it was one of
the finest in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Clapp have been
spending their winters in California
in recent years and for the past
year and a half have been making
their home at 653 South Burlington
Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.
The deceased leaves his wife, son
Willard and other relatives and
many friends to mourn his demise.
The remains will be brought to
Klmwood for burial.
A telegram received on Wednes
day stated that the remains of Mr.
Clapp vould arrive here on Monday
of next week and that funeral ser
vices will be held on Tuesday after
noon. The services will be held from
the Christian church at 2 o'clock
and interment will be made in the
Klmwood cenietcrj Klmwood Leader-Echo.
Although 69 Years of Age He Works
Like He Did Thirty Years Ago
Tanlac Builds Him Up.
"If I had not found Tanlac I
t don't believe I would be alive to
: day." said J. W. Carnahan of 1414
Third street. South, Cedar Rapids.
Iowa, in relating his remarkable ex
perience with the medicine, recent
ly. j "Last October," he continued, "I
j went, to Nitro, West Virginia, to
work in the ammunition plant and
as they were paying extra good
wages I got greedy, overworked my
self and broke down. Until that
time I had never suffered from any
seiious illness, but now my stomach
was all out of order and I was so
run down that I couldn't work with
out just playing out completely. I
never wanted anything to eat and
what little I did force down gave
"I have never had much faith in
medicines, especially the advertised
kinds, and never took two dollars
worth in all my life. But after
reading what others said Tanlac
had done for them I got a bottle
and it certainly is wonderful how
quickly the right medicine will get
a person to . feeling right again. I
had not taken but a few doses of
Tanlac until that knotty feeling left
my stomach and I began to straight
en right up. The medicine has put
me in shape to where I have actual
ly gained twenty pounds in weight,
and, although I am sixty-nine years
old I can do as much work as I
could thirty years ago.
"Today I shoveled dirt over a
nine loot wall tor nve nours. un
loaded cement for two hours, then
started unloading lumber, and came
home feeling all O. K. I can eat
just anything I want and lots of it
and then get hungry between
meals, and nothing I eat gives me
the least trouble. I want to em
phasize the fact that I have not had
an ache nor a pain since right soon
after I commenced taking Tanlac. I
simplv feci like years have been
added to my life. I expect to a
wsvs keen a bottle of Tanlac on
hand. It beats anything in the way
of medicine I have ever seen or
heard of and I reeoramend it to all
niv friends when I hear them com
plaining of not feeling well."
Here is another instance ct the
remarkable reconstructive power:
of Tanlac. Mr. Carnahan is only
cue of many thousands who have
taken it with the same wonderful
results. Tanlac proved of great
benefit to him because it contains
certain medicinal properties which
enrich the blood and promote a
healthy appetite for nourishing
food. Tanlac has been very success
ful in overcoming nervousness and
sleeplessness, not froni a quieting
effect on the nerves, for it has no
such effect, but by strengthening
the nerves and bringing back the
normal state of health through it
effect on the appetite and nutrition
of the body.
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth b
F. G. Fricke & Co., in Alvo by Alvo
Drug Co., in Avoca by O. E. Copes
in South Bend by E. Sturzenegger
in Greenwood by E. F. Smith, in
Weeping Water by Meier Drug Co.
in Elmwood by L. A. Tyson, in
Murdock by II. V. McDonald, ir,
Louisville by Blake's Pharrracy, ir
Eagle by F. W. Bloomenkanip, in
Union by E. W. Keedy, in Nchawka
by D. D. Adams and in Murray by
Meier Drug Co.
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CARS FOR SALE
One Ford Touring car, $225.00.
One 5-passenger Cartercar, $400.
One Reo-4 Roadster, 5S50.00.
One Reo- Roadster, $1050.00.
One Rec-6 "-passenger, $1150.00.
One Twin-Ex Motorcycle $150.00.
For particulars call the Platts
mouth Garage, J. E. Mason, Prop.
CAR STOLEN AT AUBURN
From Saturday's Dally.
Sheriff C. I). Quinton received i
message this morning from Sherift
Davis of Nemaha county announcing
that a Ford touring car had been
stolen yesterday afternoon at Auburn
and asking that the sheriff seek the
missing car in this locality. The
stealing of the car was a very bold
piece of work, as it was left stand
ing on the street for just a few min
utes when someone grabbed it oft
and disappeared with it.
The Nemaha county, officials are
of the opinion that the car was
taken to Omaha for disposal in that
city, which has become a sort of port
of missing automobiles, and where
they are stripped of all identifica
tion t.nd disposed of.
DO YOU NEED CORN HUSKERS?
.Man and wife desire position as
corn buskers. Camping quarters
needed. Board ourselves. L. C.
Wright, Plattsmouth. Nebr. 13-4w2d
MRS. STENNER OPERATED UPON
From Thursday's Dally.
Yesterday at the St. Elizabeth
hospital in Lincoln. Mrs. Inez Sten-
ner of this city weS operated on
and tit last reports was doing very
nicely. The operation was a very
delicate one and the attending sur-
TVT EETS the requirements of
who demand a perfect fitting un
dergarment woven of the finest
yarns andgivingunusual service.
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS
in every size and shape
from 34 to 44.
330 Light weight cotton.
3180 Medium weight cottoru
910 Heavy weight cotton, fleece
3398 Light weight merino.
3132 Heavy weight merino.
3287 Medium weight silkateen and
3149 Heavy, weight silkateen and
All the desirable shapes and
sizes may be obtained in the
above numbers in Union Suits,
Vests and Tights.
geons are very gratified over the sue- flowers and make
cess of the operation. The many a thing of beauty,
friends fif Mrs. Sieniicr are great Iv,
pleased to loam of her hnpnnenieiu
jnd hope for her continued improvement.
F SHOP AVE
COMMERCIAL CLUB DISCUSSING
MATTES HOPE TO MAKE
IT PRETTY DRIVE.
TO BRING LAUGHTER HOKE
;!(!in I'erry come :; i'li-: nt'ler
i'.'n from his home near Murray
;:iid left o.i the afternoon irain 10
Omahn. where he wi!l aciompany hi-:
little daughter, Ileiene, home fror;
the St. Joseph hospital, where she
has been for the past ten days. Tli?
little daughter was taken to Omaha
i offering with a severe cae of ep-
MAY BE FAVEfl BEFORE LONG
Mearncss to Burlington Shops Makes
Desirable the Erection of New
Homes Alone: Street.
l?rim Thursday's Daily.
One of the tonics which is being
discussed by the Commercial club of
the city as a part of the r:an t:
improve the appearance of Piatts-
moiith, has to deal with the beauti
fying of Lincoln avenue from it.'
junction with Third street out u:
the end of the avenue.
This street is one that has a great
deal of travel and it certainly has
not kept pace with the other ave
nues of the city in the last few
years and there is little reason for
this seeming neglect, especially as
this artery of travel is the closest to
the Burlington shops and where res
idences of employes of the shops
would certainly be very handy for
In years past the property along
the avenue has been allowed to be
come run down as the owners of a
large number of the places have not
kept their residence property in
shape so that it presents the attrac-
ve appearance it should.
It is only a question of a very
short time until the paving -or mis
avenue will be taken up and then
it will be one of the most, desirable
streets in the city. The nearness or
the shops makes it a handy place
for a home for the employes oi rue
Burlington and if a system of uni
form and trim dwelling houses was
erected along the street it would be
very profitable investment as wen
as add much to the general appear
ance of that portion of. the city. The
residents of that section of town
should make it a point of pride that
Lincoln avenue becomes one of the
prettiorf driveways in the city dur-
ng the coining season and mat trie
. ,i i.
unsightly appearances snoum
avoided in the properly auu "
roundlngs. Cultivate lawns, plant j
and v.'ns operate . on wit.-,
f t e- nits and i.-. r.:v.v a!'': !
iao C '.lin:: gniiily i in i-i - v-
w! A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley Hotj'.
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Why pay 73.00 to $100.00 for a new ovei
coat when I car. icbuild your old one for a fraction
of the price of a new one. After having it repaired,
cleaned and pressed you've get practically a new
coat at a nominal price. I am dyeing a grea; many
army overcoats in navy blue, dark brown and black.
They dye nicely. Look over your winter clothes
now and have them put in shape to wear.
Vejvcda's Old Stand
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To Those Who Want Monuments and
Also inscriptions cut in the cemetery. Better
think it over and have the work done this fall.
There are always too many who wait until
spring and are disappointed at not bein able
to get their work finished by Memorial clay.
Large stock cf monuments and markers on
hand and a firm here at hoire to take care of
the work for you. Wc invite inspection.
Cass County Monument Company i
H. W. SMITH ' ;
Telephone 177 -: 'Plattsmouth, Neb. n
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