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1 lllf K'jLAY. .lANfA'i'Y :":", K)'7Q.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKXY JOUItNAL
PUBLIC SALE! DEMOCRATS
Having sold my farm and goinsi to
move to Colorado. I will offer for sale
at public auction, at my late homo
1 milo west and 1'- miles south of
I'nion; 2 miles south and :i mile
east of Xehawka': 7 miles west and 4
miles north of Nebraska City on-
WEENESrAY. FEBRUARY 11
commeiicins at l:i' ocl.uk a. m..!
iil 1 my personal proptrty. consist inn j
.,f tiv. kt.irk. farm machinery .audi
household furniture as follws:
HORSES AND MULES
One span of mouse colored jenny
mules, well matched, weight -"00.
cumins years old: e-no brown span
jenny mules, vomins years old.
well matched. weight 2..i0; one
span wU matched jenny mules, witfi
The unexpected interruption of the
conference and the decision to refuse
In'tlie IM-niit Court ft
anv compromise on Article 10 is all fIir ",al"'r of k"-''"--s-',i, 'f 1
1. ut li h:inn.n. a minor.
the more surprising because it r.ier to show cause why lieense J
,vls, conn- 444Ti4rlr vvvv .
Hitchcock Notifies G. 0. P. Leaders
cf Decision as to Parley Pro
posal Given to the Public.
siv.ooth jnouth. 11 and 14 years !!.
weight :N0: one span of mules. !
nieni'as old; or.e black mare. '. ars
old. round, weight 1 2 0 : one j;rey
mare 9 years old. .md s.iddlr. sin
gle driver, sound, weight 1 .": one
Mack Shetland fatr.il pony. 4 .ir
CATTLE AND KOGS
Twelve head of Hur.v tilts, due to
farrow lu!-.cr:i March 1st and April
1st; thrte barrows; seven he ail of
good milk cows. to t". e.-rs old: five
cows giving milk. - to be fresh ?-.! :
ejrl:nu h: i
ie '.il call;
two steer calvt s.
;.-v ear-oi l lied. V
Independent- binder: I1 r:n;
er; :-rovv John lvere lister:
I : i . i -
n t- w
WY.-hington. Jan. 27. Notice was
I served on republican leaders of the
senate today by Senator Hitchcock of
Nebraska, the administration leader,
that, unless compromise negotiations
on the peace treaty were continued,
he would carry the tight to the sen
ate floor by moving; to take the
treaty up there.
The rot ice was given in the reply
cf the informal democrat io coni-pemi-?e
committee to the refusal of
the i c;.iM kv.r. to compromise on
Art itle Hi f the league cS nation
covenant. Out of the discussion
that followed came an agreement
for the bipartisan committee to meet
again Thursday. Thus the door to
co:. mi"e" was no entirely closed.
Hors fieri White House.
l'tf 't-' he wont to the ccnferer.ee
S n-.-.tir Hitchcock was in com
riuntcac'on with the white hoitse. bi;t
it dtd not derelop 1 nv rar the prest
dtn: misht be in accord with the
seemed from expressions on both
sides of the table that we were close
to a possible compromise on this
very important reservation by means
of the following draft prepared by
several senators and already assent
ed to bv most, of the members of
the conference on both sides of the
table before the interruption:
The l nited states assumes- no
obligation to employ its militarv or
naval forces or the economic boycott
to preserve the territorial integrity
or political independence or any
other country under the provisions of
Article 10 or to employ the military
or naval forces of the United States
under anv article of the treatv for
any purpose unless in any particular
case the congress, which under the
constitution has the sole power to
declare or authorize tlx employment
of ffco military or naval forces cf the
V:iu 1 States, shall by -act or joint
resolution provide. Nothing herein
shall be deemed to impair the obliga-
ton i:i Article 10 concerning- the eco
INCOME TAX RETURNS
edge drop combine John IVere lister:
St. .too r.ster; waj ;!.!; n-ier. icm-
bin d- J,hn IVcre planter; Van- VPd oo-prom:e reservation as
r.rttt.t ."-.Use wheat drill; Canul corn m.-.-'.e public by the s.r.ate
drill; lttir. Jam s ill
r.mi'.fn.u die: two
rows; wood stalk ra'
Senators cf the irreconcilable
;:p indicated to.i.-y that they
. u'.d stirport any move to I ri'.n; the
it P for debate, declaring dis-
disc: 10. ln
cutter: 2-row Sterling corn pjow :
three New Century ci.lt i at i rs. uood
us new; three Jenny I.ind cultivators,
almost new; Avery walking cultiva
tor; two sulky plows: l;-inch walk
ing plow; ,'-shovel carden plow; 1
h.ole corn tliellir: John Deere hay
rake; road drag; grind-stor.e : Itain
wagon. giod as new; three c;!:i r
good wagons; truck wason. with hay
rack; top buggy; set single harness;
two saddles; two s-;s of l"4-imh
harness; two sets of 1 inch har
ness; steel grain bin. at" luishtl ca
pacity; galvanized w ater tank. 4 "
barrel; galvanized water tank. 1 :.
barrel; two shelled corn Keener.; y
hog feeders; two hog oilers; two
tank heaterr; 1H1 rois woven wire;
700 hedge posts; abottt 1 r tor.s t;: .
Three irbn be.lstead.s. full si.e.
with springs; two - sir.e bed, with
springs and matresses; three n...;
resses; wood bedste:d; dresser: ).-.
case; commode; writing desk; two
dining tables; kitchen table; center
table; couch; kitchen cabinet; kit
chen safe; six dining chairs; t! ro-
rocking chairs; arm chair; throe
kitchen chairs; heating stove: u n:b'e
washer with gasiine e:i--.i;io; si:i:!e
washing machine; thr- e steel i il
barrels; wood barrel: l0-egc Tr'.stv
incubator: 2.0-egg Kerry's Itiddy in
cubator: 24-font step lad. ler: . .:gt a
jack; cross cut saw; now- buck saw;
heating stove: wheel burrow; 10
gallon iron kettle: bee b.i.o: !
I. aval cream scparat'T: p lob forV.s;
shovels and many other articles too
numerous t, mention.
Lunch Served on th? Gronrd
TKK.MS OK S.M.K All sums cf $10
r.nd under, cash in hand. On sutr.
over a credit of (1 to S months
will be given. purchaser giving conference have considered the an-
good. bankable note bearing eight '
per cent interest fmr.i i! r M:i
nronertv must !,, v.,,fil.l i-,r lipfnn i ' a in '!'s
being removed from the premises.
BEAT G0MPERS FOR DELEGATE
v r.p lor oc'iate
citssion wculd strengthen their case
before the country. The mild reser
vation repiMicar.s also have evi
denced a desire to get the treaty into
the senate again, should negotia
Democratic loaders replying to the
I '.ioan nit :::;:'.: tr.n regarding Ar
ticle 10. di.i tvot presetit a definite
refusal to ro on with the r.egctia
tiots. but expressed creat surprise,
declaring an Article TO compromise
".tlreadv hid been ns-e-ue.l to by
to. st of the members cf the eonfer-e-.et"'
1 efore t!ie republicans served
r. '.ice they would not agree to a com
I'r.iier lite propo--ed cotr.promise as
r.-.a do p'jMio by Senator Hitchcock cf
Ne'orn-k-.'. t !: r.ctinc dtinoeratic lead
er, the seitato would declare lv reser-
vrtiot that the 1": :ted S:?tes would
rot err.T'lov tho economic bcveo'.t or j FLU IS HERE; EUT
:s a-r-.e! f-;ces to preserve the terri
. (. ::7-Ty ,-f ;-,-y o"h-r co-UT.Ty
tti'ess rer.gres-- acted i:i each specific
c i e.
Afe- fh" rr.c-t-.g. which developed
s- tre i'iirt(i j t c t c s ; n f -,r-seta-
' - -m-,' . . . ( end
A deputy revenue collector will be
in riattsmouth from Kebrnarv 7 to
li inclusive. ,
All persons having returns to make
should meet him at that time as ho
i mes for the purpose of assisting;
IV sure and have your information
ready for him.
He will also be at Murray the "h.
Mvnard the 6th. Cedar Creek the
14th and Ixuisville the 16th and
17th. Hank cf Cass County. First
National bank, riattsmouth State
bank. Farmers State bank.
New Yrrk. Jan. 26. Samuel Gom
pers. president of the American Fed
eration of Labor, was defeated to
day in the election for delegates to
the Cigarmakers' International l"n
r."s cor. vent ion. held by local 144.
the organisation to which ho has he-'e-.ged
for 40 years. Morris Fcrown.
or.e of the elected delegates said to
night he believed the defeat of Mr.
clrmpers was due to the influence of
younger nen. "They are progres
sive." I;e slid, "and believe Mr. llom
pers jj too conservative." Mr. Ctor.i
rers will 70 yea-s eld tomorrow.
DO NT EE FRIGHTENED
; t - s - 1 . s ee i
hope irat a cor.Tromi--o ia:ht yet
be reach: e 1. Tiie general attitude
cf the corf
however, was itot
F. W. YOUNG.
J M PATTF.KSON. Clerk.
CO'... V. U. YOl Nt;. A ict.
4 acres of land with 4 room he-;se
one of optimism.
Text cf the Reply.
'"The democratic members of the
nouncement made bv Senator Idge
associates are r.ot
willing to ccmsider any compromise
on the Lodge reservation concerning
Article 10 nor on that relating to
the Monroe doctrine." said Senator
j Hitchcock in the democratic reply to
the republican ultimatum.
"In reply we desire to say that we
entered upon this conference with
' ut any reservations or restrictions
in good condition. two wells at d , in the hope that we could compro-
cistern. barn and outbuilding
the west part of Plattsmonth.
terms see Jam
I '"ise differences net only on Article
i 1" hut on all other reservations. We
Janca. Plat'smouth. ) assumed that the other side of this
j2I daw lwk : conference had the same purpose.
Ie cairn! Remeinlr the famous
c.r.nc".nctment of Commodore Perry
after the I-ake Krie battle in 1S13:
"We have met the enemy and they
.-.re ours." It is easy to meet the
flu and defeat it victoriously, if you
use common sense, exercise the
necessary preventative precaution
and keep your bowels open by the
help of Triner's American Elixir of
P.itter Wine. Triner's remedy not
nly cleans the bowels, it also builds
tp the body defenses. Other excel
lent remedies for these days of flu
epidemic: Triner's Angelica Bitter
Tonic which helps to increase vital
ity: Triner's Cough Sedative, which
;ives a quick relief in case of cough,
and Triner's Antiputrin. which is the
most etf.cient gargle and nose
tiouche for nose elouche dilute one
part of Antiputrin to four parts of
lukewarm water (. Kvery dealer in
medicines has Triner's remedies in
stock or can get them for you. only
insist upon Triner's. Joseph Triner
Company. 1 33-4 ?. S. Ashland Ave..
should not l.e issued to guardian to
seil iial estate. '
n leu.imv: and filins: the duly veri-
lied petition of Kilnn 1 . Shannon, guar
dian of Itutii Shannon, a minor, for a
lieense to s.-n the share and interest
of tin said minor in the following de
seriLed real estate, situated in l'awnee
it'. in the County of l'awnee. and
State of Nebraska, beinir nn undivided
one-twelfth tiiereof. to-wit:
Tin- wt-M half iW'-i of Lot two
il. i:d ti east l'alf (i:1-..) of
l.ot tSu-ee in Hlock eit:teen
ilM. iti tl:e tuifiinal Town of
l'awnee t'.iv. aetordins? to the re
iorded p!. i thereof,
for the p.!! ; ose of applying the prr
eeeds ti;iT! dm, or as mmh thcrmf
as may i. nrc-fssary, to thf support
and edu.'at i. ;1 ,,t' the said iniiiO- ai..'.
to reinvest : residue ti;eieof for the
henerit f t': - said minor.
it is t h:.- re ordered that ti.e i,et
of kin of s. , minor a!el ai! persons
intereste,! ir. aj,i estate and iands ap
pear lief.. re ill the Cilllt t.o-e if.
I'l.iltsinoiit! . cw eiiunty. Nef.jaska.
on the 1st ,y of March.' lJ!'". at t.-n
li: o'e .. M m.. to sln.w a.jsf. if
atiy there . why )i.nse sI.ol;!'! no:
he Kianted . said Kln;i I . Shaat.oij.
liiiardian . o: said K'.itii Shanr.on, ;t
minor, to s.-, ti e share and irit.r'-st :
said mirier and t-. the a'.ove ie
s. iihe.l ia'. -state for the pi;: poses
set forth i-j -ai.i petition: af.d t :. p.
eojiv .f tti ..rlr t- pul.iisfi. ! e
a. h Week : r tt.r.e s.,. . esn- v
in the l'i:.t:-!nout!i Joarnal. a J
-ciMi-w.ck . -ewspal.er prif.te.l
(Hihlishe.! -ai.l Cunlv of ';.-s.
of cent-rii! . u.ation ti.-rejn.
I ate.! ti.is sth dav of J :. '..'i-r .
JAM KS T. B.rOI.KY.
.Ui.ls.- t; .e l;s;ri;t '".-.: r:
.iCt'-.-.w i-.os Cou".ty, Ne)r.
- h s
ll! the I
i; ii" i t er t .
east half of
V 4 I ; t..u.:
Hid north i .
ter i N Si:
1 t . east .
i i'Tintv, Ne! '
aid real es;
C'ldel woo.l .i.
Ki i Ka ton : .'
11. Austin: :
sons and a.
lie vi sees, Itc
sen tat irs
Stewa rt : I .i
1 es s le I M i.
M K. Kator.
in: A 11 A
a da M. An-:
iar.'f ! . I
H. Austin: A
tin; I'lisses .
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Msi K enz se .
Malta ret V
'd 1 1 t IPis:
vast in: Kv :
tin: Stella A
I I . VI. NOT i i:
ro.id. Iialr.tiff. vs. t: e
: tn M i.-tsasr Co". : - i. .
ast'la'.f f so t.w ,-st
SYVV, i ..f s-i . I i If
northwest .juarter 1 1: .
i.ulf of the so-.::1' taif
ualter 'S:2. Sij. NK-4 .
f of tie southeast .".ar-
i of Sec. a'.i in Town
North l:.U:i."c f.-.i.!i.en
the Sth r M. :n tiss
ska: and a. 1 i-erse.r.s-.nteiest
f a-.y kind : i
:e or an part t r er-.-.f :
C!sikt. Tiw:i L-.-.n A:
y: Vi:l;an. H Matks.
hn Katen : Verr.ie Har
Kucer.e Ausf.n : A".n-. --d
fi.iinwir.c riameOj r
li.eir ;;r.kriOwn !ot,
:ees and personal jepte-
rSi' of IVere,. 1-W:!
A".!-ert Ka:. r. : 1 av i.i
l Sl'.ian: l;xen.
ar.kni.ST. . ' ..si ,.t
s N. Mfrr.Htii S- hlen N.
an. i Mi : .1,-h:i
Ka ton : Win H "a:n:
..m s .Vrcrr.f: Mrs. J.mts
f -7::r.s Jeri'-ne. Jr-fS
V K. M. o: .:r : W...
tV IV.rks: I.aac C-e
!:: i.. jc?:; H. o ... s
:in: A.ni.-rd H. Aav.sf-.:
-.. lod.a M. Ai:s::: K -Ah
!ra A:s;:-:. V". :ra
An-'. Srvarwe.5 . Jo' ro
Thcn-as MeCV.re; .K0-.n
Aust:-; nvsf.s a;.S
t:r.: 1- S. Au.:.n. I-evr-NUrf
orge M'-!sr Ma.-V.r-
itti : M.ic::e K :s:e
Mid-Winter Clearance Sale
Coats, Suits and Dresses ;
'J lirm iifvrr wih itiorr opportune time to
p.ovulrt lur yur fuhirr wnU than right now
whit ir.rr. liiwlfr in Wif irormsnz to Le much
higher i.rxt fall. With M:v,ra! thousand dollars
woith of fhnii-r wintrr tiu rchandise on liand, we
aic (oniprilrd to i.riir j.ll h'-ifpluv ttock in order to
nmkc toon: for iftf omintf prinv goods.
Where Quality Tells and Prices Sell
OUR LOSS IS YOUR CAIN!
ig Bargain Days
ja Friday Special
IllucU. titti iitnl i'i.riipv;i n
colors. A trench tnirr"!
KiviMi frvv with each pur
chase', tspocially prict'fl
35c; 3 for $1
ltMi To:i afil K')al
r liosU r trn' t i all
Ktylott. liiiv lliin e'.it'ir
ilay only at
!,-i'li'- f'i!I rotton
riljij'-'J i.ni'.n s'lits. ft'"
til:; .- tz:,h vali:. K"r
.'.'(ji.;!'i)' .n)y -
Join the Economy Club
Composed of Women Who Appreciate Savi-g and Who Fill Their Every
Ready-to-Wear Need Here!
J li U mmj
Fr2ED P. DUSCH, Marisger
V :ii!V! :
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H.istr: . r.v.c-rs
r.i:.i!'.e . i-s-.;:.
K. ":ak. s :
r. tst i-.ame
i::iT.iir.e K. !. n- : I'.'rv.re K.--:. " er.
v.fe ' Ja. KSett -et : l'...s:ill'.
.ta.'iiis. wife o J.it.n O- Jio!: l!i--te
nrin. vii o. Joseph T. t r.non: iil-
v:n ste.Trt: .Hv:n st;:art: a.!n
Sewaril; M.iry s:trart: Kt-va 1v..t-c:
orcet.oric; Ja ,.tl .s-: Ke c: :. :
nai.1 l.or.--; A.rev H. KArn t:: .
OTTO AND PHILIP SCHAFER'S SECOND DU ROC-JERSEY
will be held on vvhat is known as th J. L. Teiryberry farm, 7! miles southeast
of Cedar Creek, 5 miles east and 3V1 mi'es south of Louisville, 4 miles east and
5 miles north of Weeping Water, 10 miles west and 4 miles south of Platts
onday, February 9th
THE OFFERING CONSISTS OF 55 HEAD OF IMMUNED
Tried Sows, Fall Gilts, Spring Gilts
And we consider them the best lot we have ever raised. Three were sred by
Kern's Sensation, one by Joe Orion 2nd. two by Disturber of Sterling, and the
others by Crimson Modell 22d. The sows are bred to Improved Pathfinder 2d,
Great Orion King, Crimson Disturber and Title Defender.
This sale will be held in a warm tent and free lunch will be served at noon.
OTTO and PHILIP SCHAFER
WRITE FOR A CATALOGUE
Col. W. R. Young, Auctionejr Louie Friedrich, Clek
i:.i!on. 1'. ii r.oar.ts.
Tt.e a'..--.v r.i-rel f. r. r. t :
each of t'en are t eret net 1
on ti e I'Tt) .lav :' j.ir.-.;..n. 1 . 'V t
t irr file.1 her suit ;rt the P:s:r:ot C
of .ss ei-.:r.t . Ne! rask.i. I.'.e oh
. t 1 ' f t
;:". e.Ast l-.l'f ..f
ter i:-- Nvv 1
: 'f ..f i ' e :;.-.r: .
"K"u i a:..! the e.
ea.t ii::itft-r i N
t'- i rt v- tv.- :'..
i lui. V Kar.ce f
: i: -s to f
l::.e :n sr..
s-.; T ' s t
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r t V west
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SK:, ' -f S?i :
.! in T.i r.s-h ip te-j
jrtee!-, ( 14 . e:st
t!.e f.th 1. M. ir r.is-; o.-;:nt. Ne'. i xs
ka: aril t tet:- .iiir.t'v er. o-in ea h
.n.l ail of sa .1 . fen.iants from V:
insr or eiaintintr to have ar.v risrht.
title, lion or :r.:-rest, either "eca! or
e.iuital!e in or t sai.l rea. estate or
"iv part tl-ereo: ar.it to er.;oir sail
.lefetulant. fron- jnterferir.c :n any
manner with phi -.tirTs possession en
joyment ar.il title of sail, premises
an.l for peneral. e.jiitarile relief This
notice is civen voi; n:rsu.ir.t to the
or.ier vf sai.l d- .M.
Yon are rei:u;r." to answer saul pe
tition on ir l. -re Mon.lav. tie l.' th.
.!av of Male'. 12). or our ,-efa;s't
will t-e entere.l tiieteln an.l i'.eeree
iiuietititr title . nt red in favor of
.tKssn: n. Tonn.
j.. o. mvYiii:.
j;'.-4w. Her Attirr.-y.
80 ACRES FOR SALE
Eighty acres. I1 miirs northeast
f I'nion. known the Wm. Albin
farm, offered for sale if taken with
in the next four weeks; large brick
house. For further particulars call
on J. K. ShradVr. Nehawka. Nebr.
Mrs. Ward Clark was a passenger
this afternoon for Omaha to spend a
few hours with her daughter in that
HURRYING OUT OF
Bat American Soldiers and Red
Cross Workers May be Detain
ed Until Slarch 15.
:s o;' v,.r tVttj iy
fr. :.i :::i',
Soldiers of the 27th are still in pos
session of the armored train cap
tured near Verkhnie-l'dinsk, on Jan
uary 10 from Russian troop j hs'loi'
ins: to one of General S jnienof T's ct r.i-
Two Anu-ricans wero killed
March 15 before the last American I in this fieht which was caused by
soldiers and the Red Cross workers . the iiidopomU nt action of :i station
are out of Siberia. Orders have ; master who is allejrcd to have been
been srnt that all American women ; intoxicated at the time, itepoits state
would be hurried out of trans-Siberia that the bolsheviki have swung- east
which is in the path of the advancing ward from Taiga and have reached
bolsheviki army and that has moved the Mongolian frontier.
units are reported at Chita, a city j r r i
just north of the Manchuriun border ; io
where the Amur valley branch of the j and typhus, accordii:
trans-Siberian joins the main line, j dispatches to ir.ternaticr.al KM 'r -s
while the 27th United States infan- head. The re t were kept alive :..v
try is at Verkhnie-I'dinsk, v. est cf ; by the off t.t work rf tK J;-r-a-
nc.-e. Ai.rk-n r.-i.l Kngliih ;".
tcrs. East cf Luke Uaikal the
i c?e physicians 'ire also !:e'.pii.g 'it
the w jrk is difficult rwinrr to t;
Mrs. L. I-:. Vrcm-.m and Mrs.
Vrcn.an departed this ::i-.-i:i:!-.
ll!ir'!.a whf.-e tr.cy e.-jjj V:-i: f
day looking after srr.io !.r.-i:..s
Mrs. Adam Fr:cke of Funk. :..-h..
i is in the city for a short vi-it wji
steadily eastward along the trans-Si- I Triends and relitivos and ueparte l
berian railroad and new seems to be Geneva. Jan. 27. Nearly 375. COn j this morning for Omaha to J
near Irkutsk. Rear guard Red Cross of the 500,000 Austro-IIungarian the day.
We now have a Paint
ing Department and have
an experienced Automo
Let us dress up your
old car with a new coat
of paint and make it look
Better stop in and ar--ange
for a date as our
paint shop is always in
T.H. Pollock Garag
j THE UNIVERSAL CAR
PHONE NO. 1
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While an
enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be
changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the
sun. In inclement weather it is a closed car, dust-proof,vater-proof, cold-proof
Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and
demountable rims with 3-inch tires all around. A real family car.Anybody can
safely drive it. It has all the conveniences of an electric car with the economy
which goes with Ford cars, low cost of purchase price, small cost of operation
and maintenance. Won't you come in and look at it?
T. fl Pollock Garage
Phono No. 1 Plattsniouth, Neb.
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