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PLATTSMOUTH SELTI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. EECEMBER 25. 101?
0)s plattsmoutb journal
P'JELISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at I'ostofflce. Flattsmouth. Neb., as eecond-clafls mall mattwr
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Nov is the time that the old man
wishes he was a boy again.
Hemenil;rr the poor. Santa Clans
ihould nt for;;'t them because they
A unt U-nian of the old school is
one who calls your Ford an autobile.
CORKKCT- AS COPY Al'TOHILE
The sidewalks would not be icy
but for tin- neglect of those whose
duty it is to see that snow is shov
eled off at the proper time.
The more a fellow hums for new
tdionoraph records for Christmas
the more ce rtain he is to set another
smoking jacket and some more car
Lincoln republicans are getting
ready to .-tart a boom for !eneral
I'eithing. They will have to Ikioiii
pretty long to overtake General Wood
in our opinion.
It is wonderful how many people
Inoiiiii the disappearance of the kind
faced butcher who used to slip us
si few slices of nice fresh liver with
Wile it not for politics in the
1'nited States m nate. the ratification
of the peace treaty would have been
out of ili; way many weeks ao. Hut
then the people pay the bill.
The people of Kansas shollid Ve
tumid of Governor Allen. He i; Ilie
the man of tl.e hour. lb'- up an-i
doinir for his p- ple wlii!" other
governors are (hung the east in poli
The president having congratulat
ed Strike Leader Lewis f r his pa
triotic .action in letting the miners
go back to work, nothing remains
but to give him $1"0 for a new suit
The tasty holid.iy windows is
uhal catches the t yes of the little
tots, who believe in Santa Clans.
Xone of u- older heads should for
ger that we were nee little tots,
and hung up our stockings beside the
old tin place. o that old Santa Clans
wouldn't miss them when he came
down t he chimnev.
Public Piaces, Etc.
Phone 19-G Murdock, Neb.
Public Service Corporation
Can be had in amounts of
First National Bank Bid'?.
THE CALL OF THE CITIES
Kvery city in the United States is
decrying a shortages of residences.
In fact, the cities of Europe, like the
cities of America, are .suffering from
a house famine. There sTniply isn't
shelter in cities for the great num
ber of people crowding into them.
These people do not come from the
skies. They have not been born and
grown to manhood and womanhood
over night. They were in the world,
yesterday, somewhere. Today they
are crowding into the cities. That
they are coming from the farms there
isn't the shadow of a doubt. And
thereby hangs the most terrible men
ace the race has faced for centuries.
Not only are cities becoming over
crowded, but in the small towns it is
the same. The farmers are giving
up their places on the farms and go
ing to the cities and towns and vil
lages. The chances are next year'"
census will show a tremendous de
crease in the rural population of this
country; if is bound to do so. for
there are more people leaving the
farms than are taking their places
on the farms and it isn't necessary
to explain the reason. High wages
in the cities, the world's war. the un
rest, the uncertainty of everything
these things are operating to brin;:
about a condition of affairs that in
going to cause the world a tremen
dous amount of trouble.
We hear a great deal about im
proved conditions upon the farm.
The telephone, rural free delivery,
good roads, t lie automobile, improve!',
machinery and labor-saving devices
- these things all go to make farm
ing more profitable. Yet in face oT
all of this, the people are leaving
the farms and coming to the cities
in Mich numbers that sin Iter canno
be provided rapidly enough to keep j
the rain off their backs. In the final
day of reckoning well, we have no
desire to indulge in pessimism. I5ut
who is going to raise the food for the
people of the world if the exodus
from the farms continues?-- Colum
Senator Krelinghuysen uestiouitig
Dr. CJarfieltl and indignantly resent
ing the president's failure to proceed
by Garfield's chart is merely amus
ing. "And despite your magnificent
record in charge of fuel administra
tion during the war you were thank
lessly overruled?" asked the senator,
Dr. Garfield, showing a better .spir
it, not tt say more sense, parried the
The average American reader need
only turn his memory back to the
- period, to the per ! of Dr Gar
field's "magnificent service." and he
w 11 know "Attly how to .isst.-s this
indignation of the Frelngiiuysens.
Who tloes not recall how Garfcld
was treated tlurug the war by every
critic, of the administration? Who
tloes not know that he was cavilled
ar.i sneerel hi from morning until
night? Whoforgets th- jibes at Dr.
Garfield as "another professor." as
an impractical theorist who was
pulled out of a college chair to tak.:
charge of the nation's ital fuel in
terests Who but remembers the
everyday assertion that Garfield wa-
manifestly a misfit, a clog of the na
::iiV "will the war" machinery, a
sheer incompetent leading the na
tion's industries to ruin and making
a present of victory to the Germans?
Now all this "incompetence! bo
comcs: in the same people's mouths
The only difference in the situa
tion i that then President Wilson
could best be attacked by calling
Garfield a failure, while now it is
possible to hit at the president by ex-
tolling Garfield as the country's ill -
Owing to the president's sickness,
there was unfortunate lack of single
leadership in the early days of the
coal strike. Garfield's well meant and
perhaps justified effort to assume
leadership led to a difference of opin -
ion between himself and his chief?
Garfield would cling ito what he con-
Fidered a principle and fight it out
if it took all winter. The president
decided to do the practical thing, to
end industrial paralysis and human
suffering by adopting a slightly dif-
ferent course. Garfield h nisei as-
serfs that the president holds to the
same principle of dominant public
interest that he holds to. In the
matter of immediate procedure they
disagreed, and. as the subordinate.
N'ot many in the present situ:1. lion
would say that the president fai'el
to represent the will of the people.
N'ot many would vote to go back fo
Garfield's impasse if a referendum
The public will do well to under
stand that the sudden sympathy de
veloped for Garfield ly a group of
anti-Wilson senators is the merest
pretense. They would walk ov.-r Gar
field with hobnails again tomorrow, r
as lli'.'v did during all the period of j i
niagnii icent service waicn ir.ey
now prate about, if thereby they
could take a whack at tl. pre.-idont
polit icaly.- Des Moines Register.
SUMMARY OF WAR LOSSES
Statistics given by the Carnegie
endowment for international peace
as to the total looses i MVi'ii by the
war are impressive. I'nforl unatelv
the ligures are so large tin1' I e
hum-'ii mind cai.no; grasp them. The
total cost of the war is s.iid to haw
been about ?::::s.0iH.u0i.tMii. :i!r,:-. :
eipuliy divided between diie-t ;;i:I
ir.direit losses. This is an un i .ua e.i :i -;''."
sum. but it is aixuit ." per cent
ii on: than the highest est ima f r ;' 'be
value oi all property in the ' ni ' '
States. If we could imagine
c; untry reduced to the conditio, ;: e;.
isting before Columbus arrived in
this nart of the world we may ge
some idea of the losses, but only in
a general way.
In this estimate is an attempt to
equate the economic value of about
10. 000. 000 lives lost in the war. not
all in battle. The economic value of
a strong young man of military age
in this country is given at ? 4 .7 2t.
ranging down o ahou SJ.O"'! in It::
ly. ervia a i ' Greece.
The property loss on land is given
at only $M).non.O(Mi.OM) and about
one-fourth that amount on the sea.
Now these also are colossal sums, but
either estimates have been much
h lgl.t r. For the most part this rep
resents property vital to the various
population which must be restored
by human labor and ingenuity work
ing on natural resources. It woulu
be much easier save tor the loss til
the millions ol best workers. It is
hi.rdly likely that such a sum can be
regained in a generation unless the
whole world becomes more produc
tive than ever before.
I.ut there is another element in
casting up results which figures can
not estimate, and that is the moral
effect upon the belligerent nations.
Just now it io uncertain what the
moral result will be. For a year the
world has been staggering along
without disaster. It is the belief of
the soundest statesmen and econo
mists that if it weathers this winter
the future will be assured. There is
always the fear of revolution and
collapse. It is specially encouraging
that. France in the recent elections
aligned Itself on the side of orderly
progress. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Light Drahma roosters for sale at
$2.:.0 each while tl.iey last. Mrs.
George Iteynoldf,, Plat tsmout h. Neb.
Can't look well, eat well, or feel
well with Impure blood. Keep the
blood pure with llurdock lilood Hit
ters. Kat simply, take exerci.-e. keep
clean, and good health is pretty sure
"America won the war." says Gen-
1 eral Pershing. Well we guefs no,
' one is ready to dispute the fact, and
the boys who helped to accomplish
. 1 f . .... ...Ill 1 . . A. A. . . .
latl " iikimimi .
a true American.
j :o: :
j There seems to lie some mistake;
j about (lie universal catastrophe on j
December 1 7 which wo were warned. I
' and it did not take place. Hut there J
is no doubt that your last income j
tax installment was due on December!
Senato- John Sharp Williams is
' i i ... I. : i . .
! ui-gueM ,i i,n jmu n a i,ii ,s
to ijuii at the end of his term. That
is the way with some politicians,
when they have got all they are en
titled to and perhaps more they are
ready to step down a::d out. John
in politics a
! p. v i;e he h:is out
lived his usefulness to the pet. pi. of
l.i:;l. M!it i:
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t ;.. i itie I . .-. resell til I i . . ate!
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..f .Mi . S. I". Ni:.ki.!!s. .1
w .. '.i i ; i i ;i mi :.; . .-. . I :. ;i i -
i. his wile, lirst aiel i.:il naeie
i : Ii " irikiii.u 'i heirs, ii. is. e-.
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ai ei.er ..us i lit .-res : ...i , the , .
late ( v. 1 ' W;. r '.'I'. ' t -ii. .eiea.-.il.
tie- : 1. ! !K. '. iil. ie.-:-ees. , e . I e I .
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i:ii!;iii.v. i;. t'.e in: k :a .v ;i heirs,
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.; .1 ii , i-!. ii.- i.f William W.ir-
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..e, Ii :;.lt...-. Ii.-r.m.. 1 1 e;i e.sell -
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.! t:i l ie .-.state i.t" Mis. Wi'li.im War
la t ii. !;...-! : i i : i I:. Wirhri; -i
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f'e !' iri:.n i i:. ':.t h-tt..i. i. .
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! , : . 'i : ' .' i 1 e. ! ii.l hie (lliK'H Wl ;
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le - .ia'i. s r.iil ;.:! ..Mar j n-r : ai :-- ii.
! . :.-.l in th.. ..tat.- 1. 1 Mr.-. Wri.
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.. . t l.e i; '. ! . : I . W I: i.ellv. devisees. h-s::i-1
.s i.r.-.iial "i e-.-n : a ! i v.'s a!el all
... : i.. rn.iis ia'-r. -I..; in the .-slaf-
.1 I!i-;i..i-. -lee. -ase. . A. H.I If. -
I i - :.-r i'ii.. ii i ' '-i 'a I i i; . as i ii enni-
t. . ' ..1 Aiiiihain I i a i,i la: r-rer. Iiitia
I ' . i ' . i-; i' ;.i ..I ii- arena sa-uel. th.
.1 :: I; .iw Ii l.eira. d.-vis... s. I.':.'.il-.-. n-r--.ia!
a i.". i i:,ti. s atel a!! utin-r p.-r-seiis
inle. e.- te. in the : st..te ..f Ahra-
i .--111 i I a m h 11 : -ii e 1'. ..ieaeil; the Ull
Kl V.'! h. I's. .lels-ee, i , i ' t e e --, M'l-.--
.ai t e.le.-i tic.s alal ail eliiel
I . r. --litis int. re. led in the estate of
!' .a 'ianil.eiui r. -I .;,.-,-.); ti ,. nn
Ki ! v:i la it s. .:. sf l. Liati er-
s . i a I i e rise t 1 1 ,i 1 1 v. s a in 1 all oilier
ji. i i -as i n ; l . si ei I in the .-Mate ni' I let! -
I ett. I S.-4el. lie, 1; 'foot !e- K.I f.
I. iai. .V '., a e.i-l a . I net's h i i e..si::l -'v.
"f Miilull i'.i.itie. S.'., W'iihalti II.
I'i.ir'.-ieh .T.h-'k Musfon. I suae I'.aliiai;-i-r
aial A i', fia.e; Mj:i.,n Toelle. Sr.
ai'i Air.-. .MiltiiM Toot!,, Sr.. his wile.
i;i.-l ami . a I natne nnkiii.-.vn; the nti
k,,.'.'ii In irs. devisees. ie:;atees, p. r
se'ial i epr. m :. t a t iv. s and all other
I. ers. .as i Uerested ii, t'a- estate of M i i -t,.n
'innlle. Sr., deeea s.-d ; the unknown
In il.-. ili-- is. es. le-.-.te.s. i-r.-ii.lii:l te;i
i m ti a t i v. s and all oth.-r persons in
terested in the estate of Mrs. Milton
'! :. S .. : eased; Wiliiani 5. l-'air-
h. ,1. aril Mrs. Wiiliatn il. FairU-iuli.
his wife, lirsl and r.-a I name unkn -wn,
t'e IITtklloWII heirs. .i. Vis. es. legate, s.
I'.-i soiiii 1 representatives and all other
persons illlllestid m the estate of
Wiilinm I. I;: i i loir Ii. il.-eensi il : the
unknown In irs, devie.-s. I. li li es, p. i -:
.!ii! I epres. m a t i v.-s and all other
; ei s.ms i nf ei-.-s-t e.l in tin- .state of Mis.
1 ! i am 1. I'"a i I ! h. 1 1 . ee. i sed ; .link
M.i.- son. : nd Mrs. ,1,-ii U Masson. his wife
I i t ( and real name iinKiioun; the un
known he i s l. vis.e- , I Lra I e.-s, pel -so;.
in i i-'ires.!' t a 1 1 .-s and all oi hel
ler, .as inlerested ill lie .State of .il k
Alas leeeisei; in. iinkliown lirirs.
.'. visn'.i, I a tees, personiil i epi i sen I ,i -ties
and all other persons interested
I. ilie e .tale oi Mrs. J:n l Mas.-oii, oe
eiaseii: s.iiie Ha 1 1 1,1 r. and Ml-. Isaa.
I !;i 11 i n .! . his wife, lirst iind real name
-I it know n I the uiiknowii heirs, il.vis.es.
! -"a t ees. ivel.ouiil represen t ;. ; . v'es ;ind
!l olner persons inlerested in Tim eo
tate of saiie I'.aHiti'ier. il.eease.l: tee
nnk'iowii heirs, devisees. li-Uiitees, per
sonal I epresen la t i ves and all other
persons interested in the estate of Mrs.
tiiae i:alliiu;er, dee.-ii sed : A. '. I'rnii,'
iiml Mis. A. C CraU'. his wife, lirst
aad leal name iinkimu m : the unknown
heiis, devisees. i-o,ii lees-, liersoiuil u p
rise n t ii I i ves and nil other persons in
terested in the est site of A. . Craitr.
il. i ea sed . I In- unknown heirs, dev isees,
legatees, personal 1 1 p rese n I a t i ves and
all olhei persons interested in the es
late of Mrs. A. '. Clin;;-, ileeeiised ;
the ill. known elainianls and the uti
kiiou n owners of the west half w 1
ot I. ot six I'll and the west twenty
i in inehes, more or less, of the east
h ill, le'ji of l.ot six nil. all in i:io R
I h i l f y - Ii ve i:,.",i. in Ilie -;t of l-.iltts-inollil.
I'ilss .l.lllllv, Nehliiskii; the
r.est hlltf I W I I of l.ot si (III i i ill Ilie
V. e- I I wetil V l"l iliehes. tnol e or less.
i, .' the e 1st half ' I of l.ot six .
:!! :n -.o, k I idrt v-livn i::.". i. in the
( .(i of I "la 1 1 sue nit h, Ciiss eoiintx, Xi-hra-kii.
and it 1 1 persons il. limine. nii
ini.-i.-st oi a n iv inn ia .-nio i 'i.i
.iin pa i t liieieo;:
i, ,-ind eii.-li of von are h.-reh- noli- i i:it:i, Ht in o'eloek a, m.. to show eause.
lid thiil on the Kith iliiv of I iceetii her. j f .,.,- t ,ei e hy. why the prayer "f the
.. i rir.i. I I ; 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 l:ed his suit in i pel It inner should not he granted, and
the liisttiel Court of Cass l omitv. .Ni- ' tl n noliee of the penih-ney of said pe
hrasUa. the oh.i.-et and tm rpose of tit ion and the heaiin-r thereof be civ
whe I . is o ijinet and eonlirm ph. .nt i :l s , ,,, it 1 1 persons interested in said
title in and to the west hall iw i M
:j. ii.i anil I to- . m no :n i.oi
1 lie lie:
I - h
lllote or less. OI Ilie I'll:.! I lit I I
f l.ot six itii. all iii l!lo, ic tnir
i .', i. ia the Ciiv ot I "la 1 1 .-moii I h.
ounlv. .ehi a-kii. and lo enjoin
...ii h and all o vim i rem li.Mi.i
ih.lniln-; i have any rinht. title, lien,
or inleiesl ellher li-.:nl or eijiiiiahle. in,
or to said real estate or iili purl llmre- .
.f atul lo enjoin you and eaeh of on i
from In iinv mainier Int erfei i wlih
phi i nl i II "s possession iind i'ti.inMili'lil of.
said premises ami for e.iiitalile relief. I
This notiie is Kiven pursuant to nni
order ol Ilie Court. You are rei n i red .
lo jiuswer said petition "" "i" hefore '
MmnUi', the Ih'.tli il.'iV el .laiiiiiirv. A.
II. ltia. or your delaull win ne enter-1
w i j:i..
TIP 1 1.
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ill';-1 "'iii'ili'1.1'' :' ,i!t i H' I 'S i, ; Li! -Wl , 'Vv-i.v,,.
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v' "1 1 1 1. ,; '.:, i,; ,,-n-tel.l !! J-- a- -.ft fi r H 4. 4rti t'7
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rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip
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Boiled down to regular old between-us-man-talk,
Prince Albert kicks the "pip" right out of a pipe!
Puts pipe pleasure into the 24-hours-a-day joy us class!
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Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your
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Toppy red bogs, tidy red tint, handsome pound nd half-fO'-nJ tin
humidors and that clotty, practical pound crystal c'ar.s humiaorw.th
sponge inoistencr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
oitniiit or iii:mi;
n l"-tilio-i for ioi ii I moil t of
i"i.- State of Xehr::sl;:t, Cass e'."in-
!:, :i ,ut''y I'otirt.
In the in., Iter of the estate of Wil
li. 1:1 Ta . 'or, . ii . .-a s-1.
i'o readini.' arm tiling tin- ju tiiiim of
'. I T-iyi'.r irai-iii'T that adiein hi ra-ti-
ii -if sai l estate may he granted to
Ma:..' .1. Taylor, as ;i 1 in i n is 1 1 a t ri ;
'id. led. That I lee. Ill her UTtli, A. D.
lt'l!'. at n o e.i k :i. ni.. is assigned
for h.- iritie siir petition when all per- i
sons intei.ted in .said matter may ap-j
pear iit :i County ourt to he held in!
and for said enmity, and show iniise'
ti..- piayer of the p.-tilion.-rj
should not he granted; and tlnit no-I
the of the p.-ndeney of said pe t i t ion J
and tie- iiiiii in; thereof he iiivi-n '"il!
all persons inteiesiid in Mild in tf.er J.J.
hy puhlishii.e ;, ,-opy of this order iu
ti.e I 'iii 1 1 sin m ; ii .1 mi rt:.-i I. a si -ini-w eek- !
i'. ; iw spajier printed in said .-mint v. ! A
f. r three sia-.essive weeks prior to
-aid day of ia-aiinir.
i :it. d I " i.. nii.ei- ist, i:m:-
ai.lkx j. ni:i-:s. v.
i;.v i'i.' niKM'ii wiiiTi:.
' i-::w. Clerk.
OltllKII III- lit.
on I't-lilloii for i.iiiiilnii-iil of
iI:ii1iiIhI rn t ri .
Tin' Stale of Nel-raska. iiss oun-
In Hie County Court.
In the matter of the estate of James
I ii li s l.ernier, iloecased:
n readinu; and lilin-c the pitition of
aaines Ivan l.eles leriiier prayinj; thai
administration of said estate may he
planted lo iiueetliil lleles lii.lllier as
.ilni i n ist rat ri x :
irderel. Thai Jaiiuiry I.MIi, 1 .
l:'.'i', ii t in o'elo.-k il. m.. is a -si tied
lor hiiirin-;' said ietilion. when all
persons inlerested in said matter may
appear ill :i I'oiinty (iiiil'l to he held
in and for said enmity and show eause
whs the prayer of petitioner should
not he granted and that notiee of the
peii l.-iii y of said petition and the
ia.ilitlL; thereof he jriv.-n to it 1 1 pe'-sons
inteiesied iii said matter h puhlish
in:; a copy of this order in the l'latts
lliouth .louriiiil, a semi-weekly news
paper printed in said eountv for three
siniessi vo weeks, prior to siiid day id"
hea rin .
Iiated I iee. Ill her I.".. 1 ? 1
Al.LK.N .1. MKKSO.V.
I'.v KLOKKNCK WIHTIi,
iiitiMiit oi- m:itiu
mill Nolle." on IVlilioll tor Sft
llemei.l of . -
In the 'ounty I'niii't of Cass enmi
Stale of .Nehraska. ('iiss .-ouiity, ss.
To the heirs and all persons inter
.sleil in liie estate of Klie I'olelililli.
in readme; the petition of I'al'.lon
I;. Shepard. i ; I ; i i 1 1 a final settlement
and .lllowaiiee of final jieeoutit of v'alli-ei-ine
( 'eleina n. administratrix, lihil ill
ties eoiiil on I he L'l'.rd day of I e( eniher,
A. I . 1x7 i. and for assiu iim. nl of the
estate and order Larrlne; elaims;
Il is herehy ordered that you and
all persons interested in said matter
may. mi.l do, jippeur at the County
(.iitl to he luhl in mid for said eour-
!v on the '7tli .lav or 1 eetin ler, V. u.
matter l.v mil. is .milt ;i enpy t nil.-
order in the I Ma 1 1 srimu I h J on Ilia I, a
sent i -weekly newspaper printed in said
enmity, for one week prior to said
liiiv ..j' hearing.
In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto
set mv hand and the seal of said Court
II. is Hith iliiv of I ei eliihi r. A. I). l'Jlf.
ai.i.i;x J. UKKSOV.
i Sea 1 1 County Judge.
Ut !oTuT" a.
I. K f
WebiTct.ocSl all Coaacrial
i ..... i n .:.: l
t-e' ftiri xrniiai.:. Kaiiid ri.- rot
n ill in Lm loilin SludcnU :TWO"C
H,.A l,,r I""' B0VIES C0LLCCE
NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
The Xoyes farm, which is located
one mile east and one mile south of
J Louisville, is offered for sale in order
to settle the etsate. The farm con
tains :!20 acres, has modern improve
ments: an 8-room house with 'ij;ht,
heat and hath, new hasement barn
oS'xiiO feet. A 3-roona house for ten
ant. CHARLES E. XOYES,
f . . . .
ON YOUR TIRES!
Goodrich 6000 mile tires, any size or
type, sold this month at list less 5 per cent.
Denatured Alcohal $1.00 per gallon.
Avoid radiator trouble by filling up now.
CEDAR CREEK -:-
Buy this winter and save 15 per cent. Work
not to be paid for until it is set in the spring.
To many wait until spring to buy.
Cass County Monument Company
Cojiyr ;l.l 1!
b H. .1 kovn.iMl
1 ubaccu Co.
ii r i'. ii t .'V.
SS u.i '
1 ' - f.i.i-.v-iii,..,,".!i,
v. . . . ,:
I have for sale several good milk
cows, tuberculine tested. Will he
fresh soon and are pood heavy milk
ers. See Neil I). Cameron. I5elleue
Ulvd., block north of Childs road.
Telephone South C317, Omalu1.
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Plattsmouth. Neb. jj
to follow. .2o a bottle.
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