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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1020.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
ALMOST GAVE UP
HOFE OF RECOVERY
Omaha Woman Suffered for Fifteen
Years Troubles Ended by
fe--i vtiM;ti m .
P&m mJmmv t thQ
PI I widows door.
A GOOD MANY MEN GO ALONG THOUGHTLESSLY SPEND
ING ALL THEY MAKE, WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR THEIR
FAMILY'S FUTURE. THIS IS WHAT FILLS ORPHAN HOLMES
AND DRIVES WIDOWS TO THE SCRUB PAIL.
THE MAN WHO DOES HIS DUTY HAS AN ACCSUNT IN OUR
BANK AND REGULARLY ADDS TO IT. HE DOES NOT WANT HIS
FAMILY AN OBJECT OF CHARITY.
DO YOUR DUTY-START THAT BANK ACCOUNT NOW.
YOU WILL RECEIVE S INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
IN THIS BANK.
.Frim Thursday's Iaily.
Nicholas Halnies, of Weeping Wat
er, was in the city today for a few
hu'.ir.-. Icokins after some matters of
business at the court house.
Clarence liusche o near Cedar
Creek was in the city today for a
f2w hours looking after some mat
ters of business at the court house.
Attorney J. A. Capwell of Kltu
v.ooil was in the city today for a
few hours looking after some mat
ters of business and calling on his
Charles .Miller of near Plainview,
who was called here by the illnes3
of hi; father. Henry Miller, return
ed this morning to his home in the
northern part of the state, his fa
ther shewing marked improvement.
Charley is now farming near Piain
view near where his uncle, C. A.
Miller, is also located.
Mrs. 1-Mward Lyman and children
of Vail, S. D., who have been visit
ing for the past month at the home
of Mrs. Lyman's parents. Air. and
Mrs. D. A. Young, near Murray, de
parted this afternoon ror their
home and were accompanied as far
as Omaha by Mrs. S. L. Long, a sis
ter of Mrs. Lyman.
I buy poultry any day of the week
On account of sudden "market
change's, I cannot quote prices.
When having any poultry to sell,
please call Phone 2411.
W. T. RICHARDSON
From Friday's Dallv.
O. W. Zaar of South Bend was a
visitor in the city today attending
to a few matters at the court house.
F. W. Young of near Union was
in t!u city today for a lew hours
looking after some matters of busi
ness, coming up on the early Mis
John W. Lowther of near Murray
was in the city over night visiting
with friends and looking after some
matters of business and departed
i h is morning for Omaha.
Attorney J. A. Capwell of Elm
wood, who was here attending the
funeral of the late Wayne F. Dick
son, departed this morning for his
home in the west portion of. the
From Saturday's Dally.
C. E. Heebner came up iast even
ing from Xehav.ka to spend a .few
hours here today locking" after some
matters of business.
Mrs. Peter Schroedcr and little
son departed this morning for Ced
ar Creek where they will enjoy a
visit with relatives and friends over
George Everett drove up this
morning from his homo near Union
iiccoinpanied by his son Kalph and
trpent a few hours here attending to
some matters of business in the city.
C. D. Keltner, one of th leading
citizens of near Xehawka, was in
the city today attending to a few
matters of business in the county
court and visiting with his old
friends in the city.
Mrs. Jennie Klimm and sisle-
Mrs. Georgia Creamer, departed this
afterncon for Chillicothe, Mo.,
where they were called by the. death
of their cousin, Mrs. Fay Murphy.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES TAK
EN INTO ORDER AT MEET
ING LAST NIGHT.
TO ORGANIZE h DRILL TEAM
Plans Made for Increase in Interest
at Meeting by Drill Team to be
Organized at Once.
From Saturday's Iaily.
The meeting of the Modem
Woodmen of America at their hall
last evening was one filled with
much interest to the members of the
order present although the local
camp was somewhat disappointed in
the fact that E. E. Kester of Lin
coln who was to have been present
was unable to make his railroad
connection from out in the state and
consequently was unable to be on
hand to take part in the gathering.
Deputy W. C. James, who has been
looking after the work of securing
members and generally assisting the
camp officers during the campaign
was present and his genial and
pleasant personality added greatly
to the interest of the meeting and
Mr. James assisted in the ritualistic
work of the order with the officers
of Cass camp Xo. 332.
At the session last evening Fred
Lugsch, George Jt'onis and Carl Tie
kotter were initiated into the mys
teries of the order and were much
impressed with the beautiful and
impressive work which carried out
the great principles of the order.
The meeting decided upon the re
vival of the drill team which has
been abandoned for the last few
years and with the constant influx
of new blood into the order that
embraces a' number of the young
men formerly in the army or naval
service will insure a well drilled and
active organization that will make
things lively for the local camp and
for the candidates who are taken
into the lodge.
The meeting last evening was in
me nature or a smoker and a gen
eral social good time enjoyed at the
close of the regular business session
at which the new members were
greeted and plans far the forthcom
ing meeting at which a large num
ber cf candidates will be taken into
the order was discussed and the
greatest of interest taken in the ad
vancement of the camp.
"I have had a long, hard struggle
with ill health, but Tanlac has over
come my troubles at last, said Mrs.
John Madson of Seven.th and K ave
nues. East Omaha, Nebraska.
"For fifteen years," she continued,
"I suffered from stomach trouble,
nervousness and headaches. Nothing
I ate would agree with me and I felt
nauseated most all the time. I had
awful pains in the pit of my stomach
and the gask pressure on my heart
would almost cut off ' my breath.
Headaches and dizzy spells would
almost drive me frantic, my strength
would give out and I was "compelled
to stay. in bed for weeks and hau ai
niost lost hope of ever getting well.
"I had tried everything I could
hear of but nothing seemed to help
me; finally hearing such wonderful
things about Tanlac, I got a bottle
and it has proved to be just what I
needed. I began to improve right
from the start and have been getting
better ever since. My appetite is
picking up fast aild I can cat most
anything now without suffering like
I did before. I am gaining in
weight and strength every day and
am so delighted with Tanlac that I
am telling all my friends what a won
derful medicine it is."
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke & Co.; in Alvo by Alvo
Prug Co.; in Avoca by O. E. Copes;
in South Bend by E. Slurzenegger;
in Greenwood by E. F. Smith; in
Weeping Water by Meier Drug Co.;
in Elm wood by L. A. Tyson; in
Murdock by II. V. McDonald; in
Louisvile by Blake's Pharmacy; 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
CaswnsM at l&su a Mile
YOUNG PEOPLE ARE
UNITED IN MARRIAGE
Mies Ada Annette Keenan and Mr.
William Hulsizer of Omaha Mar
ried at High Noon.
From Saturday's lall..
At high noon today at the St.
Luke's Episcopal church in this city
occurred the marriage of Miss Ada
Annette Keenan and Mr. William
Hill Hulsizer, both of Omaha. The
wedding was attended by a number
of the relatives of the contracUng
parties and the beautiful and im
pressive ring service of the church
performed by Rev. Father W. S.
Leete, rector of the church.
At the conclusion of the marriage
who was a visitor in this vicinity ceremony the bridal couple and the
Buy this winter and save 15 percent. Work
not to be paid for until it is set in the spring.
To many wait until spring to buy.
Oass County Monument Company
H. VV. SMITH
relatives were entertained at a
beautifully appointed wedding
breakfast at the home of the uncle
and aunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
James W. Holmes in the Coronado
The bride whose home is in On1.-,
aha is a daughter of James II. Keen
an of Rapid City, S. D., who was
married in this qity to a daughter of
the late Joseph Shera in September,
1SS0. The groom is a very accom
plished young man who has been
employed for a number of years as a
civil engineer by the Union Pacific
railroad and has been most success
ful at his profession.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulsizer departed
this afternoon on a short honey
moon after which they will be at
home to their friends in Omaha.
y! Those in attendance at the wed-
gjuuig were: James H. Keenan. Rap-
S 1(1 -. . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hj.H. Keenan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert J.
U Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph
, Keenan. all of Omaha; Clayton Mid-
lan oi lirazii. south America; Mr.
and Mrs. J.-W. Holmes. Plattsmouth,
Ralph Holmes. Lincoln, Mrs. Geor.-,v
H. All wine, Omaha.
i.i.;i. mitk i:
In the !istrk't "ourt of Cass romi
Jessie 11. To.l.i. Plaintiff, vs. The
Seottish Ameriean Mortsajro Company.
Uimite.i: the fast half of southwest
quarter (K1-? SYV:,) of See. !'!; the
east half of nortlwest quarter (Kl.
N'VVi: south Iml! of the, fouth half
of northeast iiiarl r ( S . "S Vb . XK'i.
anl north half of 'Ik- soutlieRt 'iimr
ter X4, S of h.'o. 32, all in Town
hip ten (10 1. North Kantre fourteen
(14). east of the nth 1. M.. in Chsh
county. Nebraska: anl all persons
iPimiiiK any interest , of any kiml in
sai'l real estate or any part thereof:
t'nilerwooil S: Clarke: Iowa Loan &
Trust Com pa n v: William It. Marks;
KM Mat on: John Katon: Vernie f!ar
ii'im Cheney: Kurnp Austin: Almond
H. Austin: the following named per
sons and also their unknown heirs.
devisees, lepntees and personal repre
sentatives of each of them, to-wit
Klhert Katon: Albert Katon: David
Stewart: David Stuart: Dixon
(first name unknown), husband of
Jessie Dixon: S. X. Merriam: Seidell X
Merriam: Franeis .Mct'ouit; John
Katon: Sarah Katon: Wm. H. Katon:
M. F. Katon: James Jerome; Mrs. James
Jerome, wife of James Jerome: James
K. McCInrs: J. K. .MiCIutk: AVilliam
it. Parks; W. II. Parks; Isaac Coe; I.
Cue: Daniel H. Uobb: Joseph 11. Aus
tin: A. H. Austin: Almond 11. Aatistin
I. ida M. Austin: l.ydia M. Austin: Kl
vira Austin; Alvira Austin; Alvira
ilardwel): Holland Mardwell; Joseph
ine MeClurg; Thomas MeClurg: John
II. Austin: Anna Austin: I'lysess Aaus
tin; Cli.sses Austin: U. S. Austin; l.eon
:ird S. Austin: Mary Austin; G. M.
MaeKenzie; Jeore Millar MarKenzie:
M.irjjaret Ituster: Mawite Poster:
Martrret Ituster; James Ituster; Kuttcn
Austin: Kuene Austin: KiiKeane Aus
tin: Stella Austin; Kmiline F. Rakes;
Kmaline F. Rakes; Rakes
r first name unknown), husband of
Kmiline F. Rakes: Klmlre Fletcher,
wife of Jacob Fletcher: Kli.abeth
Jacobs, wife of John (J. Jacobs: Phoebe
Cannon, wife of Joseph T. Cannon: Cal
vin Stewart: Calvin Stuart: Calvin
Seward: Mary Stewart: Rhoda Ionir;
(leorirc hons; JacohGish: Rebecca tSish;
David Luiik; AikIIov II. liarnhill: A.
II. Pai nMill: R. 15. ' Townsend ; K. 11.
The above named defendants and
each of them are hereby notified that
on the J7th day of January, 11(20. plain
tirT filed her suit in the District Court
of Cass county, Nebraska, the object
anil purpose of which is to iuiet and
confirm plaintiffs title In and to the
enst hlf of the southwest quarter
(KVi. SWVJ ) of Section twenty-nine
2!): east half of the northwest quar
ter NWVJ): south half of south
hair of the northeast quarter (S. S',-2,
XK'-i ) and the north half of the south
east quarter X'-.. SK',4) of Section
thirty-two (32, all in Township ten
(10), N. Kanne fourteen (14), east of
the (ith P. M.. in Cass county. Nebras
ka: and to permanently enjoin each
and all of said defendants from bav
ins' or claiming1 to have any rl?ht,
title, lien or interest, either lepal or
equitable in or in said real estate. or
nnv part thereof jmd to enjoin saui
defendants from interfering in any
manner with plaintiff's possession, en
joyment and title of said premises
and for general, equitable relief. This
notice is given vou pursuant to the
order of said Court.
i on are required to answer said pe
tition on or before Monday, the 15tli
dav of March. Pli'fl. or your default
will be entered therein and decree
quietintr title entered in favor of
JKSSIE R. TODD.
Ry Plaint Iff.
1. O, dwyki:.
l-lw. Her Attorney.
Freight rates have played a very small part in the
rising cost of living.
Other causes the waste of war, under-production,
credit inflation have added dollars to the
cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges
have added only cents.
The average charge forhauling a ton of freight a
mile is less than a cent.
A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war
was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to
Los Angeles for 164 cents.
Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the su:;
sells for $50.
The cost of the suit has increased 20 dollars. .
The freight on it has increased only S cents.
Other transportation charges enter into the cost f the finished
article carrying the wool to the mills and the cloth to the tailors
but these other charges amount to but a few cents more.
The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes
from the New England factory to the Florida dealer
for a freight charge of 5? cents only one cent
more than the pre-war rate.
Beef pays only two-thirds of a cent a pound freight
from Chicago to New York.
American freight rates are the lowest in the world.
Ifiis advertisement is published by the
dissociation of Railway Gxeculives
Those desiring information concerning the railroad situation may ohl.iin literature
by meriting to The Association of Ixuilxcay Ejcccuth'cJt 61 liroarficay, AV;t.- York
A given unit of any
commodity will buy
new than it ever did
before in the history
jf the country. A ton
oi"r,tccl era bushel of
wheat will buy more
than ever before.
Walker D. Hines
Dir. Gtn'lof RaUrmds
GOOD FARM OFFERED
. AT PUBLIC AUCTION
42 57-100 acres, three niiies south
of Plattsmouth, on the Rock Bluffs
road, known as the Wm. Taylor
land, being the NEU of the NEU.
Section 6. Township 11, Range 14.
Located on well graded road and is
in a high state ot cultivation. ?o
improvements except fenced. Will
he sold at Public Auction at the front
door of the Bank of Cass county on
Saturday, February 7, 1920.
at 3:00 o'clock p. m. The terms of
sale will be as follows: $ 1,000 cash
on day of sale; ?3,6CO.0D can run
for five years at 5 per ten?, secured
by first mortgage. Balance cash on
W. E. ROSEN'CRANS,
Col. V. R. Young, Owner.
15 ton.3 No. 1 prairie hay. Baled.
For price see Charley Vallery, Mur
ray, Xcbr. f2-4tw.
For Sale: Plymouth Rock cocke;
els, ?2.00 each. C. II. Hennings,
Cedar Creek, Nebr. j29-daw lwk.
One good cow; a gentle liorye, 1 11
Rhode Island Red chickens, plow;
two sets single harne.-s; a spring
wagon; spray pump and L-arrii; ham!
corn sheller; dresser; iron bed; base
burner; ice box; fumed oak china
closet; sanitary couch and mattrc.:;;
cupboard; Oliver typewriter, new;
four rocking chairs; ironing board
and sad irons; fruit jars and rub
bers; kitchen chairs; tables and
other household goods too numerous
A. A. ALEXANDER.
Phone 251. Plattsmouth. Neb.
80 ACRES FOR SALE
Eighty acres, 3 'i nm.es northeast
of Union, known as the Win. Albin
farm, offered for sale if taken with
in the next four weeks; large brick
house. For further particulars call
on J. E. Shrader, Nehawka, Nebr.
I have for sale several good milk
cows, tuberculins tested. Will be:
fresh Eoon and are good heavy milk
ers. See Neil I). Cameron. Bellevue
Th merchant who doesn't rt vpr.
pjtise only when business i good will Blvd., block north of Childs road
K3Maanc3rjB.!rrnKnx eventually quit, it entirely. Telephone South 3317. Omaha.
OTTO AND PHILIP SCHAFER'S SECOND DUROC-JERSEY
will be held on what is known as the J.L. Teiryberry farm, 7y2 miles southeast
of Cedar Creek, 5 miles east and 3J2 miles south of Louisville, 4 miles east and
5 miles north of Weeping Water, 10 miles west and 4 miles south of Platts
.Monday, 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 bv
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, Auctioneer
Louie Friedrich, Clerk
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