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MONDAY, NOVEMEEE 17. 1919.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOTONAL
Real Estate and Insurance!
Equitable Life Insurance Co., of New York
Massachusets Bonding & Ins. Co., Accident and Health
American Live Stock Insurance Co.
Bankers' Automobile Insurance Co.
Bankers' Fire Insurance Co.
Central National Fire Insurance Co., of Des Moines
FARM LANDS AMD CITY PROPERTY!
Six good Cass county farms for sale; irrigated and
table land in North Platte Valley:
cr EfVHL J. KILD,
OFFICES HOTEL WAGNER SUILOING
Telephone 108 Plattsinouth, Neb.
IN H0K0R OF OFFICIAL VISIT OF
GRAND WORTHY MATRON
'LARGE attendance present
And Work of the' Lodge Wrb Follow
ed ty Banquet Star Keeping
Pace Yvith Masons.
DEATH OF FORMER
lieve him of his sufferings. He was
in his seventy-second year of life
when called- horae.
During his residence ia this city.
Mr. Lcngenhapen was engaged in
the occupation of a brick mason and
resided in the north portion of the
citj- on North Sixth street.
A few years prior to their re
moval to the east. Mr. and Mrs.
Georg-s H. Longenhagen, For I!any
Years Resident Ecre Dies at
Home in Pennsylvania.
From Saturday's Dailr.
This morning announcement was
received by Mr. and Mrs. John Lhi
kmian of the death at Allentown.
Pennsylvania. of their old friend
and neighbor. Mr. George H. Lors-
enhagen, which occurred cn Tues-j
day, November 11th.
Tne news of the death of this
estimable gentleman will be learn
ed with the greatest of regret by
the many old friends and neighbors
with whom he was formerly associat
ed during his many years cf life in
r-.nr rcr.iiuunit v.
I From Saturday's Daily.
"If . a, ,1 ti-ifrt rfim I
mt. wuuLa. Thig morninK Superintendent Ja-.
ed some twenty years as irom in s, Kliykendan cf the local iightin.
citv to their oiu nome in reimsi-
Fiom Saturday's Daily.
Last evening the members of Home
Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star,
had the extreme pleasure of an cf
f.cial visit from Mrs. Yount. of Brock,
! Nebraska, grand worthy matron of
the order for this state, who is now
engaged on a tour of inspection of
the various chapters of the order.
The attendance at the meeting was
quite large and the initiatory work
of the order was exemplified in most
splendid manner by the officers of
the chapter, Mr. and Mrs. James
Kuykcndall, Misses Grace and Eliza
beth Deeson and Alice Weyrich be
ing received into the order.
Following the initiatory ceremon
ies, the members of the order wore
invited to the banquet hall, where e.
very pleasing banquet had been ar
ranged by the ladies in honor of the
visit of the head of the state grand
T .nn ffn Vi r s"sri Ti r? th T" i cf.'irt r n (i t n i
, - , . , , . 'chapter and the newly initiated sis
lose their son. Fred, by death, his.
, , . . . , . . . .. , , ters ana brother,
bodv being taken back to the old , , . ,
I lie lauii' was iiiauuuihii
heme for burial, and that of the
father will be laid to rest beside it
on Sunday, November ICth.
The aged wife is left to mourn
the pas: ing cf this good man and in
her hour of sorrow and grief the
jwill rercive the deepest sympathy ci
the many old frieuds and neighbors
in this city and vicinity.
GOES TO ATTEND HEARING
I company, accompanied by Attorney
Robertson, legal repre-
arranged in a color scheme of green
and red. the bright red of the haw
thorn vieing with the bright green
of the natural foliage in the table
decorations and here a feast that
v.as thorough :'' er.joed was served
to the members, cf the party.
Several toasts were given on the
good of the order and this occasion
in the ladies branch cf the great Ma
sonic fraternity will be one long
very pleasantly remembered by al!
who were fortunate enough tt be
CHICHESTER S FILLS
vania. where they have since made
meir nome, ami ior .. tentative of the companv. departed
years the depai ted gentleman j for LIncoin. where they go to t.tter.d
beer, in very poor health, jrrailual-i hearin8? before the state ailv,.ay
ly .failim; ur4;JL deMIcaue:. "commission of the matter of secur-
1 j in a right-of-way for the trans
mission line from Plattsmuuth to
Nehawka that is to provide that
city with light and power.
In Nehawka the demand Tor cur
rent is much greater than the avail
able supply and the company as soon
as their application is acted upon by
the state commission will proceed
with the work of getting, the line
extended to that city and giving
some relief to them in the way of
( htLM-ter 1 ItlKmond I(ran4X
I'llla In el sni fco.J m-niiic
bna. Mini wit Kiua I';-xu. J
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U M Bii-WNS J?nA7.1 FILL. ui !ci
r S&3 BY DniTtCS BE'.'Vu'UT.'r
. H. LEOPOLD
p,rljtl Atteatla ta IMnee-M of Wmeir
ACUTE DISEASES - TREATED
Kyes Tested and Classes Fitted
Buy a new Ford car now on tne
payment down, balance on monthly
For particulars see
, , Tr ' pavment plan. F
niSu -vr- - ,T H Pollock Auto Co phone so. 1.
and Sundays by Appointment
to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to 6:3
o.te- bi Plattsinouth. Neb
You will find a nice line or popu
lar copyright books at the Journal
What are you dcing about
Chiistmas -w ill be here before you know it. Buy a
nrpsent or two a week - have us lay them away for you.
You'll be surprised how easily you can "remember them g
. - r :
1 r.U anA npf miss the cost. number ot our cus- 2
- UllJ MAAM
tomers are doing this and have been for weeks.
2 If it's for men, and young men,
I try at our store first!
Don't ficKt with the cold weather. Dress warm and
B get out in it. Sheep lined coats, mackinaws, sweaters,
H wool sox. wool shirts, etc, etc, to be had here at prices b
ord to Dav
MARRIAGE OF POP
ULAR YOUNG LADY
Kiss Grace Gustin Married on Last
Tuesday to Mr. Kenneth E,
Ssdraan, at Murdock.
From Saturday's Dally.
The beautiful wedding of Miss
Grace Gustin and Mr. Kenneth Eas
ton Sedman took place at the splen
did home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gus
tin -of near MuYdock, Nebraska, on
November 11. 1319.
The lines which made the two
happy hearts one were pronounced
by Elder D. A. Youtsy, pastor of the
Christian church of Elm wood. Ne
braska. The houie was taj-tiiy decorated in
white. The contracting parties were
attended by Miss Edith Sedman. of
Long Island, Kansas, a sister of the
groom and Mr. LaFayette Gilmore.
of Omaha. Mis Mary Isabcile Tool
acted as ring bearer and Miss Irene
McDonald presided at the piano,
rendering the Mendelssohn Barthol
dy wedding .march.
The bride wore a beautiful dress
cf French blue taffeta and Georgette
with a corsage of white rose buds,
while the fcroom wore a serge suit of
A delicious dinner was served fol
lowing the ceremony.
The out of town guests included
Mrs. Arthur Sedman. of Lour Island,
riansas; Mis3 Genevieve Ward, of
Lincoln; Misr. Marguerite Gu.'tin. of
Lincoln; Mrs. Anthony Pickard and
daughter, Irene, of Chicago; Mr. and
Veronica Brown, of Canton. Ohio. 1
and Miss M:irtha Thiol, of Murdoch. J
The bride is cue of the most J
charming and popular young ladies,
of Murdock and vicinity. She is pos-!
sessed cf many accomplishments, the
most pronounced of which is music.
Mr. Kenneth Sedman, formerly of
Long Island, Kansas, but recently of
Wahoo, Nebraska, is a sales epresen
tative for Swift & Co. in the terri
tory embracing Saunders county. He
has been in the service during the
great war and has recently return-
A r.A t .. oil 1 lifo
Ni r . ..
ine nappy coupie were me re
cipitnts of a" largo number of ex
pensive and useful presents. Elm
"HAS DONE ME A
WORLD OF GOOD"
Fee Says It's Remarkable How
Quickly Tan lac Has Made Him
, Feel Right Again.
"My next door neighbor put me
on to Tanlac and it certainly is re
markable how quickly it has gotten
me - to feeling right again," said
James H. Fee, a well known carpen
ter employed at the Rock Island rail
road shops, living at 1345 F avenue.
East, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in conTerr
cation with a Tanlac representative,
"My stomach and kidneys have
bothered me so much during the past
three years," he explained, "that I
often had to lay off from work, as 1
was in so much pain I could not get
out of bed. Gas would form on my
stomach after eating and cause such
awful pain that I could hardly stand
it, and while I tried many different
medicines nothing did me any good.
"So I got a bottle of Tanlac, on
the advice of my neighbor who had
been greatly benefitted by it, and
soon after starting on it I began to
straighten right up. I have taken
three bottles now and am feeling
like a new man. I have no more
trouble with my stomach nor any
more pains in my sides and back. It
is without a doubt a great medicine
for it has certainly done me a world
of good. I talk so much about my
wonderful improvement and what
caused it that my friends often call
me 'Tanlac I never fail to recom
mend it to anyone who is not feel
ing well. I could name several who
have taken it on my sayso and they
all tell me it has relieved them of
their troubles, too."
A dull, dragging feeling of the
body, a sluggish mind, dull memory,
depression of spirits, nervousness,
irritability, stomach trouble, indi
gestion, backache, headache and that
tired feeling, are among the numer
ous symptoms of a condition from
which a surprisingly number of
Tanlac proved of great benefit to
Mr. Fee because it contains certain
medicinal properties which combat
these very troubles. Thousands are
now using this famous medicine in
all parts of the United States and
Canada, and in each case the prepa
ration is accomplishing surprising
results. Scores. of testimonials are
received daily from men and women
cf unquestioned honesty and integ
rity expressing deep gratitude as a
result of having found such a great
source of relief.
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke & Co., in Alvo by Alvo
Drug Co.. in Aroca 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 H. V. McDonald, In
Louisville by Blake's Pharrracy, in
Eagle by F. W.''Bloomenkamp, in
Union by E. W. Keedy, In Nehawka
by D. D. Adams; in Murray by Meier
Drug Co.; and in Manley by Rudolph
For Sale: My residence property
on South Chicago Avenue in riatts
niouth. Four acres, 5-rooni h.ouse,
with basement and cellar, well. barn,
chicken house. "Well improved. Ad
dress Mrs. F. M. Hesse, 125 So. Cher-
g ry St., Ottuuiwa, Iowa.
Members of. St. Luke's Church Gath
er to Discuss Nation-Wide
From Saturday's Dailv.
Last evening the regular weekly
conference of the Nation-Wlde cam
paign was held at St. Luke's Episco
pal church following the litany ser
vice and it was one of the largest in
point of attendance and enthusiasm
that has been held and indicated the
awakening of the spirit of the church
to the needs of the hour.
The meeting was in charge of Dr.
J. S. Livingston and many subjects
In regard to the work of the local
parish in the church were discussed.
A special meeting will be held at
the church on next Thursday even
ing which every enrolled member of
the church and all those interested
are requested to attend. The work
of personal fervice in the church is
the crying need of the hour and the
responsibility of the individual is
necessary for the successful comple
tion of the Nation-Wide campaign.
A Good Cough Medicine for Children
' Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga.,
phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant
there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and 6aid she had
bought a bottle of it at his store
recently and that it was doing her
children so much good that she
wanted to keep up the treatment.
You will find nothing bettor for
coughs and colds in children or for
yourself. It keeps the cough loose,
expectoration easy and soon frees
the system from the . cold.
AT THE GEM
MOEELAXD AMUSEMENT COM
PANY, OF MISSOURI VALLEY,
IA., BUYS LOCAL HOUSE
OWN A STRING GF THEATRES
And Are Well Equipped to Operate
Them Will Take Possession
Here on Tuesday.
From Saturday's Dai'iy.
Yesterday afternoon, while in Om
aha, Charles Petersen, J., owner of
the Gem theatre in this city, com
pleted the arrangements by which he
disposes of his interests in the mov
ing picture theatre in this city to
the Moreland Amusement companv.
of Missouri Valley, Iowa. The ne
gotiations for the sale have been
pending for the past several days,
but it was not until yesterday that
the sale was finally consumated.
The new owners of the Gen are
quite extensively interested in the
moving picture business in Iowa and
Nebraska, maintaining a series cf
theatres, some sixteen in number i'
these two states. The change of
ownership will take place on Tues
day when the new company will as
sume charge cf the business inter
ests. This company will have an an
nouncement of their policy made for
the benefit of the public, but will be
sure to maintain the same high class
of pictures that have heretofore
been shown in this city at the Gem.
Mr. Charles Petersen will remain
for the present at least as manager
of the theatre for the new owners,
as he has not fully decided upon his
The new management will, upon
taking over the theatre, give the
public an insight into what they have
in 6tOTe for them in the way of at
tractions and will endeavor to
please as far as possible the pa
trons of the theatre.
Peerless Jazz Orchestra
Given by the Murray Dancing Club
IMPROVEMENT CONTINUES , PCP.DS SOLD ON PAYMENT PLAIT.
Prom Saturday's Da(5y.
Leonard Meisinger last evenij.;
was reported as being the ben be
has been since his operation threa
weeks ago for the removal of hi-
tonsils, and an examination of the
throat made by the attending phy
sicians was very satisfactory in ev
ery way and the young man with
the present rate of improvement will
soon be able to return to his hem?
in this city.
Call on us and let us explain our
plan how we will sell you a Ford
car, any model, on payments to suit
your salary. Now is the time to get
a new Ford car, if you wait till
fpring tbe demand will be so great
that ve will not be able to fill all
orders. Buy now and pay while you
ride. T. H. Pollock Auto Co. Phoue
Most laxatives and cathartics af
ford only temporary relief and
should be used only for that purpose.'
When you want permanent relief
take Chamberlain's Tablets ard be
careful to observe the directions
with each package. These tablets
not only move the bowels, but im
prove the appetite and strengthen
SOCIAL WORKER'S 1IEETING.
The Social Worker's will meet on
Wednesday afternoon, November
!l9th at the home of Mrs. Arthur
Suliivar. All members are urged
to be present. 12-2t-d-w
A NEW ARRIVAL
Mrs. Mike Carney was among those
going to Omaha this morning to vis
it for a few hours and look- after
seme matters of business.
From Saturday's Daily.
Yesterday afternoon the home cf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dworucek was
made happy by the arrival of a 1im
i little daughter who. in the opini'- i
iff the proud parents is just about
!the finest little lady that has made
her advent iu Plattsmouth.
November 14, 1871
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Bartlmg Grain Company
United States Food Administration License No. G-0S367
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These Two Concerns Gover the
Entire AgricuEturaE Field.
Grass, Clover and Agricultural Seeds
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