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K02JDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1313.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
H rrrrrr' tVt "fcTE AC 1
THE BIG ONE WAS FED
Avalon Farms HOG-TONE
7m Liquid Hog CondUmttr, rcttcm ana wcrrt v errtavtn
THE RUNT WASN'T
THEY both started life at the same time and weight. The? TTere
riven the same feed under the same conditions - with one excep
tion. The bis one Rot his regular dose of AVALON FARMS HOG-TON.-
. . - - i 1 1 .. . t : r ... ri.nr-pr on. I T.V- r r tvi rut the runt L.
LH8 UUMl 1 AblUbf WKUutuvMw.
rrt - ... . T t!.,9 fltnt n
i ne Dig unc la uic kuiu uifciv i.-.
fccsnnd brings big protts to the rockets
of toe hog raiser. The raTt cr.si more to
raise than he will erer bring in the mar
ket. And the difference was
flboct by 2? ccr.ts worth cf AVAI.O. I
FARMS HOG-TONE. HOC-TONS
puts ncv life into hoz makes them eat
more snd prow fat at an umazing rate.
It helps tt.ux to combat diabase and eli-
mtnste the worms thrt nrs the ho? rais
er spreaicsr ice 10 it.oi-is. r-p'i-i-uiii
rresnar.t so-ws heirs to pvoouce nultV
ler. sturi!ier pi,ls. CVjjc- the Merc .
tell us the nu-.r.bcr r: vc-:r h- -1 r.r-1
v.-ill fcivo yoi cnau.M KOG-TONli i
fcvat il ycur 5:0,3 t clay. Yea 'Ion t
p;.e in sjernywv. if the results o;
the HOG-TON i trrvtrr.c- fo'l u i'j;
f y you, U wui &Sl ?a uiiia..
FOR SALE BY
ENTERTAINS AT BIRTH-
DAY DINNER UST EVE
From Thursday's Daily.
A very pleasant and" enjoyable six
o'clock dinner was held last ever.ing
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph j
Hadraba on Vine street in honor of i
the twenty-second birthday anniver-j
sary of their daughter. ( Miss Helen.
To enjoy the occasion a number of
the young ladies of the Burlinntou
offices were invited to meet with
their associate on this pleasant event
and see that it was properly cele
brated. "The tables were very prettily ar
ranged with the Sowers of the late
autumn and with the dsliciou3 re
past made a very pleasing feature of
Following the dinner the young
ladies spent a f.iv hours in singing
and the enjoytnsnt of several vocal
nv.mbers. In honor of the occasion
Mi?s Helen was presented by her
parents with a large and very beau
tiful boquet of chrysanthemums in
remembrance of her natal anniver
sary. Thote who enjoyed the pleas
ant event were Misses Madeline
Minor. Florence McQuinu, Delia
White, Freda Sattler and Mrs.
Don't buy a player piano until
you have investigated the Famous
Gulbransen Player handled" in this
territory only by A. Hospe Co.. of
Omaha. - ' 6-4tw
See F. G. Egenberger for Income
Insurance. Office Wagner hotel build
ing. Phcne No. 108.
-:'; atPAi SjQU.li ever
:k.f v: i r. it
tue uxy yuu imui s lpi
JFj. ' r !
THAT IS THE DAY YOU BEGIN TO MAKE YOUR OVM GOOD
LUCK-FOR LUCK IS SIMPLY DOING THE RIGHT THING.
WHY NOT MAKE IT TODAY? CUT THE CORDS OF EXTRA
VAGANCE THAT BIND YOU, AND WASTES YOUR MQN-EY AND
COME IN AND START YOUR BANK ACCOUNT NOW, AND
REGULARLY BANK YOUR MONEY.' YOU WILL SOON REALIZE
THAT EVFRY MAN MAKES HIS OWN LUCK.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 1:5 INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS.
PI ATTS MOUTH. HEBRftSUn
-A VISIT TO THE
Brown Park Mineral Springs
at 25th and O Streets, South Omaha, now under new
management, will convince you tha,t we are fully equip
ped and prepared to treat you for rheumatism in all of
its various forms." Also colds, la grippe, nervous trou
ble, etc. We have relieved hundreds of others and we
can help you.
Skillful Service and Courteous Attention
Given to All Our Patrons
matter that should vitally interest
evrrybusiness man in town. .
The Journal hopes to see concert
ed action taken next spring to build
at least a dozen new modern rental
properties. While building coyts rnay
ecra a trifle high at the present time
is probable there will be no de-
j crease in prices cf lumber, etc., for'
I at least a good while to come. Let's
EITCSTS OP COMI.IEHCIAL CLUB a11 tae interest in the matter to the,
t.tt. T"W uvrvft r.lov.nTT.'n ,f providing suitable places of'
p.aim::uou tor tne peopie now wunin
tne connnes or our city ana tno::e
? ould be glad to come could we
tmi SEED FOR OBE HERE
rp but furnish them a place to live.
Ls Doily Dc-eus of C3S3 Ccunly
Tecplo Enter the Ho:ritaIs at
Omcha for Treatment.
JIOITT HOBB IN CITY.
From Thursdxy's Dai.
The committee of the Commercial
club to which was referred some
time ago the proposition of the erec
tion and equipment of a firit clasj
hospital iu this city is still continu
ing its work and hopes scon to have
some definite information on the
subject from which they can work
with a view of securing the much
needed addition to tiis city.
In ti past few yours tai3 propo
sition has been urged several times
by the residents cl the city as a
cvjcii nc.lcu ucceeuy ami u; iju-j;
havo borne cut the contentions of I
the boosters for the proposition. Tne
Cniaha hospitals are co::
ing used by oiir peop
hospital was erected in this city they
could oe kept here near heme where
they would he iu touch with their
familU's and friends as well as with
t'i'eir ovn personal physicians who
could keep a tlo.-.o check on their
In a hospital here just as good
is his smoke
Froj.j Thursday's Dullv.
I-a-t evening. Mont Ilobb, one of
the hest known and popular resi
dents of Cars county arrived 'in the
city, coining down from Omaha on
the belated DurHngton train and vis
iting, her today with his many old
Mont Kobb i one cf the genial
gentlemen of the world and to meet
whom is a great pleasure and -it is
needless to say that his visit here
was much enjoyed by the old friends.
Mr. Itobh is still making his home
r.t Union, but is now traveling on
.the road for the Ilynes Elevator
company of Omaha, and with his
long 3-cars of experience in the grain,
business in Nebraska he is enjoying!
great success in ins new line oi
. . '"-
,r'i CASES JIBE ASSIGNED FOR
TRIAL BY JUDGE BEGLfcf
Kifin Thursdays Dally.
Verterdav Judge J. T. Begley held I
a r.liurt session of the district court,
nf lvliirh I;r rp.lliiiir r.f tli (locket
" ' " . f
v. as had and a nnmber of the cer.es l
assigned for trial before the court.)
and efficient care and treatment could I The follcwing cases were placed on j
be secured as in the splendid hos- the ab"i:;nruent list for the opening;
pitals in the metropolis. Some have
thought that a hospital would not be
p. p.iying preposition that would i;i
sure it3 being a succe.-s and kept
constantly in operation but the fact
that dozens cf re.-;i!ents of the coun
ty are always at the Omaha hospitals
seems as though they cmiid far more
easily he cared Zjt in this city and
in addition to (his a local hospital
would be able to handle very eas
ily sickness cae.; . where the pe.t!
ent might be cared for more rsndily
than in"th'? home or place of re :
dence. In many cases the homes uro
not so arranged as to be able to care
for cases oi sickness as they should
he looked after and with a hospital
in thl3 city such cases could he han
dled very readily and not take the
patient a great distance from their
families or friends. The same facili
ties for operatirg and care o' surgi
cal cast's could be provided for in
this city as in the larger hospital.-:
of the city and with an easy travel
ing distance of Omaha it would he
possible to secure the service.? of
specialists if necessary for those
t c 9k o
al. November JTtl
the court: 1
LJerry vs. Wilhelm huaup et
10 a. in.
Fred Marshall vs. George Kamm i
et til, November ISth, 9 a. m.
John F. Morris vs. Missouri Pa
cific R. II. . November 19th. 9 a. m.
Caroline Ieiner vs. Louis Leincr.J
November 20th;9 a. m. j
l.::k of Cess County vs. F. H.j
Wynn et al. November 20th, 1:30:
Ole C. Brigin vs. Lee Watson, No
vember 21st, 9 a. m..
Ray Chriswisser vs. Frank E. 1
Schlichtcrr.eier. . November 25th, 10 I
cXuck kind of low? Time for a smoke"
IIGHT up a Chesterfield. Now you're iu
-luck. No mistake about it, Chesterfields
sure do come through on "Satisfy"!
None but the finest varieties of Turkish
and Domestic tobaccos, specially selected
and expertly blended is it any wonder
that Chesterfields v.elcome comparison
with the best you ever smoked?
Ordinary blending brings out flavor, of
course, but blending by Chesterfield proc
ess brings out a new flavor a flavor that
, "they" didn't know vas there.
And this bleiid is exclusive based on our
private formula. It cannot be duplicated,
or even closely imita ted -
You get "Satisfy" in Chesterfields ani
And the special moisture-proof wrapping
lets none cf their flavor escape.
i w w mm ooi
Nebraska Governor Does Kot ilean
to Take Chorees with Then.
in Gracing C&nrs-
E m H ITU
to a great -many in the city and it
v.-ill be thoroughly investigated in
the hope that it may be possible to
got some favorable action.
Governor MeKelvie, acting upon
informal ion which, although he does
voi disclose its source, he declares
to be authentic, that I. W. Ws. are
scattering then:felves over the state
The propositi;:i looks awfully gocd of Nebraska and particularly in the
load grading camps, for the purpose
of spreading propaganda, has advis
ed all county attorneys in the state
to pass the fine toothed comb through
industrialism in their counties and
weed out any possible suspects.
The governor cautions that with
much public and private work being
pursued in the state this year, it
has become an objective to the I. V.
W. and anarchist workers and that
they are now present in large num
bers, even unto the furtehrmost cor-nc-rs
of the state.
It is urged that the county attor
neys bring the strong arm of the law
into quick action to apprehend and
drive out such propagandists, andj
srfves assurance that the state law
enforcement division will be at their
There has been a grading camp
in operation in Cass, county through
out the past summer, but we have"
failed to hear of its being made an
20 for 20 cents
and the blend
can't be copied
CASS CO. FARM
A Column I)vo(-l to
I.ornl Fnrmlus lotcrrnt
Importance of 3Ianure.
With the aid of the extension de
partment we have just finished an
experiment in fertilizing which
shows the value of manure. The
work was carried out on George
' Towle's farm near Weening Water.
Seyeral kinds of commercial fertilis
ers and barn yard manure. Where
manure was used -an increase of 10
AT REGULAR MEETING HELD AT
THE CITY HALL ON TUES
been so far only four of any conse
quence arid in every caee the fire de
partment has been right on the job
safeguarding the property.
'The Famous Gulbransen Player
Piano can be had from A. Ho?pe Co.,
of Omaha. Do you realize that A.
Hospe Co., has been selling pianos
to your friends and relatives for
over forty-five years? Write or
phone them for terms on the Famous
RESPONSIBLE FOR SMALL LOSS
bushel3 per acre was found. This 'objective point .of visitation by the
manure was spread at the rate of
six tons per acre. Does it pay to
! use manure? A check on this
ground will be kept for two con
secutive years and the results check
ed. , L. R. SNIPES.
GROWING NEED OP HOMES
From Thursdays Daily.
Plattsmouth continues to face an
ever increasing demand for modern
rental properties and it is safe to say
that at the present time at least a
i score of such homes could be 'leased
jto present residents of the city who
are now merely existing in improvis
ed homes or hotels, and families re
siding elsewhere vho could be en:;
ily attracted to l'latlsmuutli if homes
j were available.
j If Plattsmouth is to continue to
jro-v and become the city, it should
i in the r.ext five years, the matter
cf homes for Iht people must be giv
en avSfa alter.!!.")::. tAnd this is a
I. W. W's.
and rather doubt that it
ADD MECHANICS TO FORCE
The T. II. Pollock Auto company
has just added two first class men to
their shop force. Ilarve Manners,
well known in the community as a
first class auto mechanic and Horace
Scott," who has been employed for
several years in the mechanical de
partment of the Blackstone and Cen
tral garagC3 of Omaha and ccme3
well recommended as an auto me
chanic. The Pollock garage is now employ
ing seven mechanics iu "its shop and
is turning out a lot of work.
That Has Occurred from the Rav
ages of Fire During Past
Number of Years.
everything but money
Let us serve you.
Only a Cold.
Are you ill? is often answered:
"Oh! it's only a cold," as if a cold
was a matter of little consequence,
but people are beginning to learn
that a common cold is a matter not
to be trifled with, that some of the
most serious diseases start with a"
cold. As soon as the first indica
tion of a cold appears take Cham
berlain's Couh Remedy. Remem
ber that the sooner you get rid of
your cold the. less the danger, and
this remedy will help you to throw
n-er r-'-i-J.' itPJ S.-a- rot
Vf, I;" -"""aov'iss rentes
From Thursday's Daily.
The members of the Plattsmouth
Volunteer Fire department held their
regular session at the city hall on
Tuesday evening for the purpose of
the election of officers of the depart
nient for the ensuing year. The re
sult of the election was in the choos
ing of the following:
President A. A. Alexa'nder..
. Vice-president Gunnar Johnson.
Secretary Gould Smith.
Treasurer Frank Sitzman.
Chief of Department Hiljard
Delegates -to state convention at
Scottsbluff Hillard Grassman and
A. A. Alexander.
The Plattsmouth fire department
has always given the very best of
service iu the protection Of the city's
best interests and to the hard work
of the fire boys can be given the
credit of preventing a great many
serious fires during the existence of
The past year ha3 been oqe re
markably light for fires as there has
Big Type Poland-China Boars
Fourteen Big Type Poland-China Boars
for sale. Black Prince is the sire of these
boars, and the dams are Waubonsie Girl,
Waubonsie Carrie Queen, Waubonsie 2d,
Waubonsie Queen. These boars dams came
from the Waubonsie Herd. These sows are
the breeding of Weathcrhead Bros. & Wolfe.
Black Prince is the breeding of Adolph
Jamoc L. Torryberry
Cedar Creek, Nebraska
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