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SlOirPAY. rrEPXAEY 2, 1920.
PLATTSIrlOTTTH H-wITEX? JOUILfiAl
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for FORD CARS
little accesory on your Ford car will work
Starts easily in zero weather, nuts DeD into
the motor. Easily installed lasts the life of your Ford.
No oiling required. iS'o rollers to wear out and short
iMoney Back Guarantee With Every
B. K. F. Timer Sold
X e have the agency for Cass county and carry a stock
lor immediate delivery. Call and have one installed.
GARAGE AND REPAIR MEN
We have a fine Sub-Agenc' Proposition for YOU.
Studebaksr Cars Maxwell Cars fend Trucks
Repair and overhaul your car now Our shop is at your
command. Shipment of denatured alcohol just arrived.
OVER THE COUNTY
.,,., . ,.., i
J. F WOLFF,
Main St. Garage Telephone 79
Block South of Postoince
.a: bz'silji n : a:: .ni-ai antra nam: :n:mvnzwzu :.m
T1h undersigned will jtrll at pub
lic auction at home 7 r.'.ihs west
ar.'J 2 ' j mile?- sm;ii1i of Plat turnout h ;
7 miles t-ast a:nl 2 'j miles south of
I.o'.iisvi:;'. ai,tl mi'it? v. est of My
Thursday. February 5. 1920.
c(,n:i:if!ifii!.i; :it JO j. the fol
low:::.: i'.t crit rd property, to-wit:
Six Head of Horses.
O::o span or .-cntl seidii::;-. S and
! years oiii. weight llimit; one s- pun of
hlack mare-:. 7 and S years old,
veipht -('0: or.e bay gelding. 7
years old. wtiirht ir.00; one bay mare.
; years i,U (bred to jack), weight
15 Head of Cattle.
Fiv hear! of milk covs. fresh
roon : three h iters coming fresh:
four lo-iffrs calves. omi!;s- y earl in us ;
two lit 1 rolidl lui'.l calves, jear
lins; on lied Pulled hull, online: 3
One O-row stalk cutter; one Little
Jap riding cultivator, pood as new;
cne Avery walking cultivator, good
as new; two Jenny Lind walking cul
tivator?; one Dempster 2-row culti
vator; one John D-'ere 2-row ma
chine; or.e 2-row liock Island lister,
rood as new; cue Western Helle rid
ing lifter: one- -section harrow; one
Keystone pre.-s drill: one Janesville
disc; one Acme hay rake, irood as
new; tmp Ciur.t De-rinp- mower; one
rdcf'ormick 7-f(x.J binder; one Emer
son 12-inch canir plow. 2 sets of lays;
one 14-inch stirring plow; one corn
elevator complete; one Galloway ma
nure spreader; two lumber wagons;
one low wheel wasron with hay rack;
one top buuy; one spring wagon;
one "o-frallon butchering kettle; one
tank heater; two ."-calioii rteel bar
rels; one DeLaval cream separator.
No. 1 . good as nw; three sets of
l'j-inch !iarnes: one set of l"i-inch
hirr.e??: one i-et of bugery harness;
one sadule: one C-hole cook stove;
one base-burner. 16-inch fire pot.
gi od as new; forne household goods,
and many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
Lunch will be served at noon.
All sums of ?1' and under cash;
on all sums over $10 a credit of 6 to
S months will be civen. purchaser
giving good bankable note, bearing S
per cent from date. All property to
he settled for before removed from
I.Ol'IS II. HEIL. Owner.
W. li. Vounsr, Auctioneer.
George O. Dover. Clerk.
Kentucky press drill; ore wide tread
I, and O. lister; one Case two row;
one ridins" cultivator; one New De
parture cultivator; one Jenny Lind
cultivator; one P. and O. six shovel
cultivator; one disc harrow; one corn
planter; one harrow; one John
Dt-ere riding lister; one Emerson 14
inch gang plow; one Sandwich hay
loader; one 6-foot Deering mower;
one hay rake; one Osborne side deliv
ery rake; two wagons; two hay racks
with trucks; one pair bobs; one wag
on lix; one fanning mill and seed
grader; one C'ushman gas engine, 4
hp.; one hand corn sheller; one corn
elevator and power; five sets work
harness; one saddle; one 1916 P'ord
touring car; one DeLaval separator.
No. 15; one power washing machine;
household goods, and many other ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
Lunch will be served at noon.
All sum. of 510 and under cash;
on all sums over $10 a credit of 6 to
8 months will be given, purchaser
giving good bankable note bearing S
per cent from date. All property to
be settled, for before removed from
G ROVER WILL, Owner.
V R. Young, Auctioneer.
R. F. Patterson. Clerk.
of Pl:tts:touth and
northeast of Weeping Water
The undersigned will sell at pub
lic auction at the A. S. Will farm 10
Tuesday, February 3. 192a
commencing at 10 a. m., the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
8 Head of Horses and Utiles
One team of black mares. 6 years
old. weight 2200; one team black
n.;-res. 7 and S years old, weight
I'SOO; one team bay geldings, 10 and
11! years old, weight 2700; one buck
skin saddle mare. 7 years old. weight
Iim.ii; one gray mule, 3 years old,
v ight 1000.
25 Head of Holstein Cattle
Ten cows giving milk, 2 to S years
old; three to freshen . soon; threa
ypirling heifers; eight heifer cnlves;
one registered bull 3 years old.
One Deering binder, S feet;
I will offer for sale at Public Auc
tion at my home, two miles west of
Plattsmouth, on the Cedar Creek
road, just across from the County
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7th
commencing at 10:00 ti'clock a. m.,
the following described property to
wit: 12 Head of Horses 12
P.rown team, ti and S years old.
weight 2SO0; brown horse. 9 years
old. weight 1500; bay mare, coming
4 years old. weight 1400; bay horse.
T years old. weight 1100; two bay
horses. 4 years old. weight 2400;
sorrel mare. S years old. weight 1.
'ii: hay mare. 10 years old. weight
1400; bay horse coming 3 years old.
weight 1:00; brown mare coming
3 years old. weight 13 00.
20 Head of Cattle 20
Including; milk cows. heifers,
calves, ami one 2-vear-old Red Polled
10-2 0 Titan tractor, in A-N'o.-l
tnape; 4-row IJeernifr corn husker
and shredder, new; Ottawa C corn
sheller; 3-foot corn elevator, near
ly new; 7-foot McCormick binder,
nearly new; 7-foot Deering binder;
combined disc and shovel cultivator;
two walking cultivators; press drill;
manure spreader; John Deere gang
plow; Osborne disc; John Deere corn
planter, 100 rods wire; 2-row stalk
rutter: power wood saw; seeder;
John Deere riding lister; two lum
ber wagons; one spring wagon; one
sled: hay rack; power feed grinder;
fanning mill for all kinds of grain
and seeds: steel hand slieller; hay
sweep; John Deere 2-row machine;
two steel water tanks; tank heater;
rotary pump; 3 h. p. gas engine;
6f0-lb. platform scales; heavy sad
dle, new; three heavy sets of work
harness; Voss power washing ma
chine, nearly new; 10-gallon "bar
rer" churn; 130-egg "ilandy Lee"
incubator, good as new; kitchen
cabinet, with' top; child's crib bed;
Ltiich Will be Served at Noon
TERM? On all sums of $10 and
under cash. On sums over $10 a
credit of 6 to 8 months will be giv
en, purchaser giving bankable note,
bearing 8 per cent interest from
date. All property to be settled for
before being removed from the prem-
R. F. PATTERSON. Clerk. r
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
August Pautsch and Charles Lau
spent several days of this week cut
ting and ; awing wood in the timber
on Theodore Heim's land southwest
Mrs. John Koop was called to ?.Ian
ley on Wednesday of last week, Jan
uary 21. 1H20. to welcome u little
grandson who arrived at the home of
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
and -Mrs. Rudolph Bergman. Their
many friends in this vicinity extend
heart y congra t ulat ions.
George Schoeman's sale of the old
Lehnhoff farm at College Hill last
Friday was successfully carried out
as advertised, being well attended
and everything brought very good
orices. Mr. Schoeman will move to
Louisville into the former C. M.
Seybert house on Cherry street,
which he recently purchased and
where his friends hope he will en
joy life and recover his health, the
latter being the cause of his retir
ing from the. farm.
Albert Kralt. son of Mrs. Anna
Kraft., living in the country south of
town, suffered a painful injury while
skating on the sandpit Friday night
when he fell and fractured the bono
in his right arm below the elbow,
and also tore the ligaments of his
arm. This happened the same night
that Miss Endicott broke her hand,
while skating, and as Dr. Worthman
was otit of town, Albert had his hand
dre'ssed by a Springfield doctor. He
suffers considerably from it and will
be laid up for several weeks.
H. P. Hansen came down from his
farm near Neligh. Nebraska. Monday
bringing a car of cattle to the Om
aha market. Being so near, he just
couidn't resist coming on down to
see the tolks m the old town. He
id he struck a low market, receiv
ing 11'" cents for them. but at
that price his yearling: steers brot
him better than $S0 per head. He
savs tiav is wejrtn s 'v per ton and
alfalfa from $30 to ?3.". per ton. Mr.
Hansen formerly lived at Cedar
Creek and is well known in this vi
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stander have
returned from' their honeymoon trip
to Oklahoma and for the present are
staving with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henrv Stander. west of Louis
ville. Mrs. Stander was formerly
Miss Isa Nichols, of Greenwood, and
is well Known in this locality, as
she taught the College Hill school
very successfully before her mar
riage. The young couple were visit
ing in Louisville last Saturday with
relatives when Mrs. fatanuer receiv
ed the sad news of her father's death
at Greenwood and they cut their
visit short and left for that place
who sang very apropriate y. Inter
ment was made in the Elm wood cem
etery. The sorrowing parents have
the sympathy of their host or friends
in their sad hours of affliction.
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.1. VV JI.l 111 i 1 tl V
Charles and Otto Fleischman ship
perl a car load of hogs to Omaha on
l uesuav. i ivue Hoover snippeu a
car of cattle and Mr. Hoover and
John Stokes accompanied the ship
ment.' J. F. Hoover, the stock buv-
er. shipped a car of hogs to Nebras
ka Citv on Tuesday.
On last Saturday two real estate
deals were put through by Ed Gus
tin. when he sold the Jack McCabe
place in town to George Kunz. Mr
Kunz originally owned this place
which is known as the Ferguson
place. v. e anticipate that George
will put a fine modern residence on
the corner lot this summer.
Wm. Hulfish. who has been jani
tor cf the Elmwood school for the
past twenty years, and who has been
so faithful in his duties, resigned his
position, taking effect Monday. Bill
states his reasons for this act, but a
good many are sorry to see him give
up the janitorship. Wm. Brown has
been appointed to take his place.
On Tuesday night at 11 o'clock.
Grandpa Gillett died at his heme in
this city after a long ?eige of a num
ber of months. Mr. Gillett had pass
ed his SOth birthday. He was well
known by all here and was a highly-
respected man in whom his neigh
bors and friends had the greatest of
confidence. Funeral services will be
held on Thursday afternoon.
On Sunday, January 25. 1920, the
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Gonzales died at the home of
Mrs. Gonzales parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bailey, in this city. The lit
tle one had been sick for some time
Cottonwood and' maple block jvith eczema. She was born Christ-
wood $4 and $3 per lead delivered. mas day, 1919. Funeral services were
Mrs. Blain Porter and her sister-in-law.
Mrs. J. C. Snavely and son of
Union, were over Sunday night visi
tors at the home of Mrs. Snavely's
brother, R. W. Porter.
Mrs. Rachel Noyes. of Louisville,
was an over Sunday nigh? visitor at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Eugene
Colbert, while returning homo from
several days' visit in Wabash.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grauf of Mur
ray, returned home Saturday morn
ing after a visit at the h -me of Mrs.
Crauf's brother. Will Rauth. north
west of town. "
Charley Marshall, who now lives
at Los Angeles, Califori came in
Wednesday morning for ; short visit
with relatives. Mr. Marshal is on his
annual visit to Nebraska to look af
ter his interests in banks and came
here from Douglas and Panama.
Some sixteen relatives r.joyed be
ing together Sunday when all five
of Mr. and Mrs. JoI::i Fowler's
daughters were home fur the day.
They were Mrs. Roy Mar: hall of Pay
ette. Idaho; Mrs. Fred V.Dlf of Oma
ha; Mrs. Lyle Horton. husband and
family- of Elmwood; Mrs. Walter
Powers and baby of Paul and Mrs.
John Norris. husband and family
from the country. Next Sunday it
is planned to have the two sons Char
ley, of Central City, and Paul, of
Lincoln present and have a real fam
W. W. Davis got his hand quite
badly burned last Friday whiie
working on a car at. the G. H. Den
nis carpenter shop ba?em-iit and the
idea that there was no danger with
gasoline around an electric light was
disproved. Mr. Davis had some gaso
line in an open can to cl-an the car
and as it was dark in the basement
was using an eiectric trouble Hgnt
which was hanging on the car and
fell striking fairly in the gasoline.
The cold gas coming in contact with
the hot. globe broke the globe and
the flash ignited the gas which made
i lively blaze "for a time but on ac
count of the sement fldT no serious
damage was done other' than the in
jury to Mr. Davis.
Our fire company met Friday af
ternoon to revive the company and
elect new officers. Nine new members
were added to the company; two
more will join, which will bring the
c.mpany up to full strength with a
membership of eighteen. T,he new
officers elected were as follows: W.
L. Hobson. president; C. II. Gibson,
vice-president; V. E. Smith, secre
tary; A. H. Jones, treasurer; ,C. H.
Gibson, chief, the latter appointing
G. R. Binger as foreman. Among
other matters that were taken up for
the betterment and efficiency of the
company was the plan of V. E. Smith
to install a siren fire alarm. The
boys should have the aid and sup
port of the town in their new work
Henry Koop of Bert rand,
was here this week visiting
Schwartz and wife and other
tives and friends. Mr. Koop
been away from home about
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wall have a
little girl at their home, born last
Friday, January 23.
Will Hudson left Wednesday for
western Nebraska to look after bus
Orris Knapton, Art Gardner and
Wallace Burns left this morning for
western Nebraska, where it is said
there is still corn to be shucked be
fore spring work can'open.
Eagle high school, with her col
ors flying high, defeated both Alvo
basket ball teams Wednesday even
ing. Then the Eagle town team
defeated Alvo 48 to 10. The boys
game was 20, Alvo 13; girls" game.
weeks, but leaves today for home.
He was at one time a resident of
tli is? place. O
Nelson Berger shipped a car of
cattle To Omaha Monday and went
up the following morning to see
them sold. His mother and sister
accompanied him where the sister
took the train for Memphis to visit
a sister, while Mrs. Berger remain
ed to have dental work done.
John G. Wunderlich has purchas
ed the Henry Gruber residence and
two lots in Nehawka. and we under
stand is to make it his home. This
is a rather desirable property and
we are glad to know that Mr. and
Mrs. Wunderlich. when they retire
from the farm soon, will cast their
fortunes among us.
Word was received here the first
of the week that Floyd Fleming,
who formerly made his home here
was' married in Omaha a short time
ago. Mr. Fleming now has charge
of the Douglas Quick Lunch res
taurant in Omaha. His many
friends here extend the newly weds
their heartiest congratulations and
wish him success at his new occupation.
Anna (Murfin) Harris of Hanov
er. Kas.. died at her home in that
city Tuesday morning. January 27.
The remains will be brought to Ne
hawka today for interment in the
family lot in Mt. Pleasant cemetery.
John Doughty, who has charge of
ine itinera i arrangements here re
ceived no instructions in the tele
gram regarding the funeral services
but expected further instructions
later. The Murfins were at one
time residents of this county at
Factroyville and are well known to
the pioneers of southeast Casg
The Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Co,
LINCOLN -:- NEBRASKA
HAS Jl'.-T PAH ITS
44 th Consecutive Quarterly Dividend
at the rcte of
'Hit' C :npanv offers a Uniited amount f this stock
the pul-lic at its par value of Sioo per vhare to finance
K)2o inulet of new 'construction.
THIS STOCK IS TAX-FREE IN NEBRASKA.
THE STRONG FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THIS COM
PANY IS WELL KNOWN.
ITS ASSETS TOTAL $9.0.",r.320.
AND ITS SCRPLCS AND RESERVE $1,297,040.
ITS SERVICE IS INDISPENSABLE AND IN CROWING
DEMAND. " .
It is officereel and manage! by the same staff which
has ek'velopcel the hr.-ines from one exchange with
1.5,00 ti-leph ne to one hundred fifteen exchanges, serv
in.i;' 01.000 Mibvcrihers.
.Ml sto'k i--ucs .-in-! expenditure are under the
c- 'in ro
1 of the Xehraka
n ! sl'O-
II. K. Cole, th
at I Matt -mouth
this oiYeriiTj- of
State Railway (
e manager of the Telephone
will furnish information
to this oStenn"; or st ck. or a lares.
THE LINCOLN TELEPHONE AND
P. EusEell. Secy. Telephone BIcUj. Lincoln, Nebraska
DR. A. D. CALDWELL ILL
TWO JACKS FOR SALE
I have two large jacks, one 6 and
one S years old. which I am offering
for sale. The younger one especial
ly large. Their colts can ie seen
here. Address or telephone me.
E. E. LEACH.
Msw-tf) Union. Neb.
Saturday's I u i't v.
A. D. Caldwell has hcen c.n
to :ms t !. tor tin pJ , for
with a ve:v attack of t r.c
g'.-r.pe as ..ii a-- very stiv nk
"! should?'-. is showins :;c i
i ;nroven;ent an i now ahi3 l- t-
up and around the house but it will
be several days before he is able to
resume his work at the office.
Eagle 27. Alvo i;
Cap. Renner was
E'.l crt Wiles, Telephone 3521.
tf-dw I conducted at the Chas. Bailey home
by Rev. S. W. Longacre. The quartet
off the first half.
The Elmwood-Eagle game Mon
day night was also won by the home
team by a score of 18 to 11.
A peition was circulated and gen
erously signed last Saturday request
ing the Missouri Pacific railway to
provide an agent for the morning
train, or at least a fire for the com
fort of waiting passenger. Under
present arrangements the agent does
not go on duty till 7:4.". and there
is no means of knowing how late the
train is until he comes.
The Bank of Eagle is remodeling
the building to such an rxtent as to
make it practically a new one. An
? Edition will be built on the east
which will give them much more
room, an entire new front is to be
rut In and the highest quality of up-
to-date fixtures will be installed
This will make it one of the hand-
For Sale Fur robe. See William , was composed of Cora and Helen Wil- , pomest interiors of any small town
Rice at Richey lumber yard. Ctd-4tw liams, Grace Rogge and Opal Turner, bank in the state.
The under igned will Fell at pub
lic auction at his home on the C. H.
Doedeker fjrm, 4 ' j miles west of
FRIIAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1920
Commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. in..
the following described property, to
wit: 15 Head of Horses 15
Colt. 1 year old; colt, coming 2
years old: bay mare, 2 years old.
weight 1175: bay mare, 15 years
old. weight 1275; horse mule, 2 years'
old: mare mule, 1 year old; black'
gelding. 6 years old. weight 1C00;
black mare. 13 year old. weight
1550: sorrel mare. 5 years old.
weight 1470; bay mare, 5 years old,1
weight 1400; dark mare, 14 years
old. weight 1250; bay horse, 5 years
old, weight 1300; bay mare, 7 years
old. weight 1300; bay mare, S years
old. weight 1300; bay mare, S years
old. weight 1400. j
8 Head of Cattle 8
One milk cow, to be fresh last of
May; one roan Shorthorn bull, 3 ,
years old; one cow to be fresh inf
June; two coming yearling calves; ;
three suckling calves. j
Two registered male hogs; four
registered sows, bred; twelve extra 1
fine gilts, all of them bred. !
Acme 7-foot binder; Deering corn
picker, new; Van Brunt press drill,
with grass seed attachment and
chains and press tubes, nearly new;
P. & O. wide tread riding lister, near
ly new; John Deere corn planter,
check or drill; three-row stalk cutter
with tongue truck; Overland riding
cultivator; Perfection riding cultiva-'
tor; Meurtcher walking cultivator; j
Bradley walking lister combined; j
Bradley riding lister; 3-section har-j
row; John Deere disc, 7 foot; walk-,
ing P. & O. 18-inch plow; walking'
P. & O. 12-inch plow; McCormick!
mower: hay rack, Sxl4 feet; hayj
rack. Sxl4 feet, with truck wagon j
good as new; stock pump; John i
Deere wagon, good as new; Inter-1
national feed grinder for ear corn or
shelled corn; set 14 -inch harness;
set buggv harness; two sets l-inoh
harness; tank heater; spring wagon;
Acme hay. stacker, complete with
sweep; corn box; Dain hay stacker;
Emerson disc. 7 foot; Badger riding
cultivator; John Deere Stag gang
plow; "One Minute" power washing
machine; "Old Trusty" incubator;
size 4 sharpies Teani separator, al
most new; Continental tractor, 20
horse power, for gasoline.
Lunch Will be Served at Noon
TERMS On all sums of $10 and un
der cash; on all sums over ?10 ai
credit of 6 to S months will be given.
purchaser giving good, bankable note.
bearing S per cent from date. All
property to be settled for before be
ing removed from premises.
V. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
"W. R. YOUNG. Auctioneer.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION!
42 57-100 acres, 3 miles south of Plattsmouth,. on
the Rock Bluffs road, known as the Wm. Taylor land,
being the northeast Va of the northeast Va, Section 6
Township 1 1, Range 14. Located on well graded road
and in a high state of cultivation. No improvements
except fenced. Will be sold at public auction at the
front door of the Bank of Cass County, on
Saturday, February 7th, 1920,
t 3:00 p. m. The terms of sale will be as follows:
$1,0C0 cash on dy of sale, 3,600.00 can run for five
years at 50, secured by first mortgage; balance cash
March 1st, 1920.
W. E. ROSENCRANS, Owner
COL. W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer
33 COMBINATION C
Bred Sow Sale of Pure Bred
SALE COMMENCING 1:30 P. M.
Rain or Shine!
Consisting of 29 head of bred sows and gilts
and onecoming yearling herd boar.
Offering consists of some of the best blood
Write for Catalogue
fgs. and 1. K. Moore
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