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Prepared exclusively for the
1'lattsmouMi Journal by our
Special Alvo Kepresentat i ve
-and have no
fear of the
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 REGULAP.LY ADDS TO IT. HE DOES NOT WANT HIS
FAMILY AN OBJECT OF CHARITY.
DO YOUR DUTY STAP.T THAT BANK ACCOUNT NOW.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 3',' INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
IN THIS DANK.
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GOOD FARM OFFEHEB
AT rOBLiC AilGTiOf.
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42 ."7-100 acr
of riatt?n.;u; ii.
roail. 1: now n a
lainl. Uz t!:.-
Section C. Towr.ship 11. Uai.;:e 11.
I.'xatoil on wt'i! j:r::i!"'.l r::a l a v..! i
in it hiph i of cult ivat ion. Ni
iii!prveir.e?ii- :( .-j.-f f'T.c.-tl. W'ii.
l.c rol.l at I'uU'.c Auctii -. ar tlu- t"r.:il
Uxor of x ):.' l:.ink c.;.-,- oonuty on
Saturday, February 7. i'JZ'j.
nt 3:'0 ci'clock p.
sale will he as f.L.:: . 1 , 0 rt f i cusli
on day of s:sl; ?:!.;o.t:i can run
for fue yenrs :.t " por cc:it. fecureii
by first inortae. Ilaianc? cash cr.
f'ol. V.'. i:. Youn. Owner.
BUG AUCTION !
Cottonwood nrd tnr;.le block
wood ?4 at'.d por load delivered.
Elbert Wile?, Telephone ."521. tf-dw
I will offer for ?al-. at I'ubiic Auc
tion at i:iy bonif. two ini:e-; v--t f
'latt.-i:ioutl, n tlie ('-dar Creek
road, just acro-s foru I Couiny
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7th
eoinniencir.s at 10:00 o'clock a. in.,
the following de -criofd pr;:pTty to--wit:
12 Head of Horses 12
lirown team. and S yc:'i; .h!.
weight 2S(to; rr.v:i horse,' '.) year:
old, weight l.'.'tii; hay i:::ir". CO!;1!!!!;
4 ;irs dd. wsil r 14io); hay h'jre.
r years old. u-i-:!it llod; two bay
horses, t year - oid. v i-ht 2400;
sorrr! mare. S ye;: rs dd. v.tiit 1 .
Don; hay tiu're. 10 years old. wei.'.ht
1400; bay horse com in? .'1 years old.
weight blOO; b.rown mare comiiii;
years old. vf-ipht 1"C0.
20 Head of Cattle 20
Includini; milk cows. luifers,
caives. and one 2-vear-oM lie 1 Tolled
10-20 Ti'an tractor, i"n A-Xo.-l
fi.ap"; 4-row l)erin? corn busker
and shredder, new; O'lawa C corn
yneller; :'.t'-foot corn elevator, near
ly new; 7-foot McConnick binder,
n irly now; 7-foot Deerins? hinder;
omhin'd d;-c ":d shovel cultivator;
two walking cultivators; press drill;
manure spreader; John l)rere Kanj;
plow; Osborne disc; John Doere corn
planter, 100 rods wire; 2-row stalk
nttcr; pow-T wood saw; seeder;
J 1: ii I)eere riilini; li?;er; two lum
ber wagons; one spring wa.von; or.e
led; hay rack; power feed prinder;
fanning mill for all kinds of p,rain
ami seeds; steel hard shelter: hay
sweep; John Deere 2-row machine;
two steel water tank:; tank heater;
rotary pump; 3 h. p. gai engine;
r,00-li. platform scabs; heavy sad
dle, new; three heavy sets of work
harness; Yosr; power washing- ma
chine, nearly new; 10-gallon "bar
rel" churn; 130-eg "Mandy I-ee"
incubator, good as new; kitchen
cabinet, with top; child's crib bed;
Lunch Will be Served at Nocn
TKRMS On all sums of S10 and
under cash. On sums over $10 a
credit of 6 to S months will be giv
en, purchaser giving bankable note,
bearing S per cent interest from
date. All property to oe seiuea ior
before beins removed from the prem-
R F. PATTERSON'. Clerk.
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
The ur.dersit-.ned will offer for
:i!o at public auction at his home
2 t miles c:.st of I'nioa on the Oi
n et road, on
Thursday. February 19.
ei.mm.-iuii: at 10 a. m , the follow--descril.Mi
D Head of Horses
One brown mare. C, years old.
wt-iuht 140t; one iTiay mare, 2
years id. weight S00; one brown
hor.-e. S years old. weight i:!"0; (ine
j-an gray geNiings, S iir.d 9 year.-?
t ! 2. weiuiit 3o0sj; one rpan black
:or.-c-. smooth mouth, weiglit 2500;
one span driving marts. yea is old.
11 Her.d cf Cattle
Sc-vn miik cows; three stock
lniftrs; one rolled Durham bull.
c!.ii::g 2 years old.
40 Hetid of Kegs
Co:i-ist;:ig of stork hogs and
i- ? rnurq- inp . encnts
Or.e v.; ;j:(.:j ar.i'. rack; one 2-row
Com st-.i;i cutter; one 2-sertion har
ii' v; ( :.e ;';rsier Pre s Drill. 10-
iii ie; e::" ie'-rin;; nu v. i:;g iiiacliine
and r;.ke; one 2-hoI-? corn shelter;
one Standard horse-power feed
grimier; two stu nog teeciers; one
dipping- vat; one top bugsy;
i ne 2-seated buggy; one 10-barrel
tank; one "-pa.-sf nger touring car,
Don 117 mode!; .ur dozen Huff
Oipington chickms; a few house
hold goods and manv other articles
too numerous to mention.
Lunch will he served at noon.
Terms of Sale
All sums of $10 and under cash;
on all sums over $10 a credit of six
to ei-ht months will he given, pur-
rt.aser giving good bankable note
be-ring S per cent interest from
dr'te. All property to be settled for
before removed from the premises.
D. A. EATON". Owner.
Jack Patterson. Clerk.
Col. v. it. Young, Auctioneer.
Wanted : A car lead of live poultry
to be delivered at poultry car near
the Burlington freight depot, Platts
mouth, Kebr., on Tuesday and Wed
nesday, February 10th and 11th, two
day 3 only, for which we will pay in
c-ish : , ;
Hens, per. lb 29c
Pallets, per lb 29c
Tr.rkcys, per lb 29c
Bucks, per lb 28c
All young roosters, per lb 23c
Old roosters, per lb 14c
Harrv Appleman is on the sick
list this week.
Sam Jordan went to Lincoln on
Mr. and Mrs. William Kitzel were
in Lincoln Monday morning.
Carl Lewis was in Lincoln Ttifii
day having dental work done.
Jesse llardnock shipped a carload
of lambs to South Omaha Monday.
Vernon Ilineboutrh was out of
school Fridav on account of being
A. I. Bird went to Omaha on N'o
3S Snndav. returning home Monday
morning on No. 37.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards were
called to Peru on account of the
death of Mrs. Edwards niece.
Elmer Rosenow returned Sunday
evening from Kansas where lie
spent two weeks with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. fianz and lit
tie son left Saturday for a few days'
visit with Mr. Ganz' parents at
Oscar Cash of Hallam .spent Sun
day with his family who are visit
ing his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harlan of
Seward' spent a couple of days here
lat week with the former's brother
E. O. Harlan and wife.
Miss Rertha Ilucknell and Mr?
Walter Rathbun and Alva Skinner
drove to Ashland Thursday and
from there went to Lincoln.
Mrs. F. M. Grove and children if
Manley came in Friday visiting Mr
and Mrs. Carl Johnson until Mon-
dav evening when they returned to
Judd Weaver was up from South
Rend Thursday night visiting hi
brother. Ren. and cousins. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer. He returned
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Appleman re
turned home Saturday from several
days spent by the former in Holt
county and the latter with their
daughter. Miss Marie, in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaffer receiv
ed a letter recently from Harrv
Clements of Minneapolis, where he
and his brother Joe are in business.
narry spent several months over
Mi?ses Rertha and Jessie Ruck
nell gave a party to their frier ds
last Friday night. A musical pro
gram was given after which refresh
ments consisting of buns, pickles,
salad, coffee and cake were served.
Seventeen gue?ts were present.
Miss Rlanche Manners spent las',
week with her uncle. E. M. Stone
and wife. She was accompanied t.
University Place Friday evening by
Mrs. Stone where they visited
Grandma Stone and Mr. and Mr?.
Jack Hazelrig. Mrs. Stone return
ed home Saturday evening.
George P. Foreman went to Lin
coln Sunday where he visited his
daughter. Mrs. George Whitman,
who was on her way home to Bur
lington. Colo., from Chicago, where
she had visited her daughter, Mrs.
Fox. Iris Foreman from Valparaiso
was also in Lincoln Sunday where
he visited his parents and sister.
er, the study of the scriptures, or
pi strict attendance upon all the ser
vices and work or religion that tend:',
yi to spfiitualize our lives. We must
iijdo some things though, that seem
"jnew. and a little difficult for some
people to adjust themselves to. I
iilask that before any are led to con-
demn, tney will at least give us a
chance to present the .case. We
have no wish to offend, only to help.
We believe we are doing that, and
will do it in a larger way as time
ERNEST A. KNIGHT. Minister.
(Continued from Page C.)
Holds Mid-Winter Meeting
The Friday club held their mid
winter open meeting on January 16
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Stroemer with an attendance of 70,
l'J families being present. Roll call
was answered by the ladies with a
commandment for husbands. A
program of readings, songs and mus
ic was men given after which the
Rumble Ree family led the other
guests to the dining room where
oysters with all the trimmings were
served. After supper the husband?,
were ready with commandments for
wives, which all agreed to obey.
Arthur Skinner proved, to bo the
best guesser present and was given
a jar of crackers as a reward. The
guests departed at 11 o clock. ex-
Hits Cow with His Truck
While taking a load of hogs to
Nebraska City, James Campbell en-'
countered a drove of cattle which '
were being driven along the road,!
and while he. exercised the greatest
care, one animal gored another caus
ing it to jump in front of the truck!
with the result that one light and'
the fender was damaged and the ani
mal got a pretty hard bump.'
Sells a Baby Overland
Ttobert Willis, the rustling auto
man, who is a genuine salesman, has
just disposed of a new Baby Over
land, which is a beauty, arid no mis
taking the fact. The car was pur
chased by W. H. Porter, president
of the Farmers' Co-operative store,
Mr. Willis taking in part payment a
Ford which Mr. Porter purchased
only a short time since. Mr. Porter
declares he will drive the new car
when he goes anywhere in prefer
ence to the larger car which he
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 I I, 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 711?, 1 920,
t 3:00 p. m. The terms of sale will be as follows:
$1,0C0 cash on day of sale, 3,600.00 can run for five
years at 56 1 secured by first mortgage; balance cash
March 1st, 1920.
W. E. ROSEN CRANS, Owner
COL. W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer
Mrs. Ben Roddy Improving
Mrs. Ren Roddy, who has been at
the hospital in Omaha for the past
few weeks, where she underwent an
operation some time since, is makin
pressing their appreciation of the! good progress towards recovery, and
royal entertainment given them.
Returns from Lincoln
Mrs. A. I. Bird returned home
last Tuesday night from Lincoln
where she had been the previous ten
days helping care for her father.
R. Z. Pen n. at the home of his
daughter. Mrs. Alfred Swale. Mr.
Penn died on January 2t of cancer
of the liver and had only been bed
fast two weeks, having felt better
for the past summer than for sev
eral years. He was 72 years of age
and is survived by six daughters
and one son. the mother having
passed away Nuyejnber 6, 1912, at
their home in W'averly. Mrs. Al
fred Swale. Lincoln, Mrs. A. I. Rird,
Alvo. Mrs. George Jefferv of Idaho.
Mrs. R. V. Dimick of University
Place and Fred I'enn were all at the
bedside of their father when death
came and the other two daughters.
Mrs. Reed of California and Mrs.
narry .Martin or waverly were un-
i ble to be there and co-.ild not at
icnn ti,e iunerai. r.jrs. .Martin was
ill in bed. Cecil iteed ?i:d sister of
Strhtton. Neb.. 3te:i'!el the fur.er;;'
The funeral was held at the liora:
oi .Mr. and .Mrs.- svalu tr. Lincoln
Thursday afternoon nr.! burial was
made in the Wave'y cemeterv be
side the wife of the deceased.
Many friends extend sympathy
the bereaved families.
were the weather better and no epi
uennc oi mi in the community to
fear, she could come home. But on
account of these and the fact that
her husband and little son. John,
have been having a tussel with the
prevailing malady, she will remain
in the hospital for some time yet.
Eepart for Home in West
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shrader, of
Henry who, with their little daugh
ter, Eula. have been visiting in this
city for some time as guests at the
home of Mrs. Shrader's parents, A.
J. Talkington and wife, departed on
last Thursday morning for Surprise,
where they visited briefly before de
parting for their home in the west
ern part of the state. Their visit
at Surprise was with the parents of
Mr. Shrader. Mr. and Mrs. George
Attended Nehawka Match
A number of the sports of Union
were in attendance at the wrestling
match which was pulled off in our
neighboring town of Nehawka last
Friday evening. The contest was
between athlete Goldsmith, of Iowa
and a wrestler of supposed fame,
having his home in Lincoln. It ap
peared that the contest had been
unequally staged as the Iowa man
was the winner in a very short
time, thei Nebraska man not being
iny serious obstacle in the way of
victory for Mr.4 Goldsmith. Among
those who visited Nehawka and at
tended the contest were the follow
ing from Union: Fred Clark, Blair
Porter, E. E. Leach. Bruce Wolf,
Ralph Davis and a number of others.
Eight large extra fine rose comb
Rhode Island Red cockerels. $2 each.
Call P. E. Tritsch. phone P.014.
Services at Baptist Church
There will be services at the Bap
tist church this coming Sunday.
after a lapse of several weeks due to
he prevailing epidemic of grip and
lu which has held high revel in
Union and community. It is hoped
all who can will be out at the var
ious services of the day, which in
clude Bible school and preaching in
the morning and B. Y. P. U. and
preaching in the evening.
Methodist Church Items
Sunday school attendance last
Sunday was encouraging, consider
ing the condition f the weather
and roads as was the attendance at
the morning si'vice.
The study of China taken up by
the Epworth League is proving
very interesting- and instructive, acd
the attendance is very good indeed.
The stereoptican lecture on Pan
ama on Sunday evening was attend
ed by all the house would hold and
was altogether a helpful and de
lightful service. It is wonderful
how the people sing from the screen.
Next Sunday morning we will
again give the opportunity to those
who desire to unite with the church.
Signs are very encourarinir and
point to many who will take that
important step in the near future.
Why not do it next Sunday?
Next Sunday evening we are to
have another stereopticon lecture on
the subject. "The Six O'clock Whis
tle Around the World." This is a
missionary lecture showing the con
ditions of life and the religious work
that is being done among the indus
trial classes throughout our coun
try and the world. This is free to
The undersigned will offer for
ale at public auction at his home
1 i miles northwest of Plattsmouth
and :i mile west and mile south
of Oreapolis. on
Thursday, February 12,
commencing at 10 a. in., the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
7 Head of Horses
One team gray mares, 9 and 10
years old. weight 2250; one brown
mare, 2 years old. weight 900; one
black horse, 2 years old. weight 950
one team mare colts coming 2 years
old; one black colt, 7 months old
One full blood Rhone Durham
cow, fresh; one heifer calf; 4 months
One set of one and one-half inch
work harness; one set single har
ness; Weber wagon with 2 sets cf
wheels, one high. one low: one
wood churn; one low truck wagon
and hayrack; one buggy; one Sulky
Bradley lC-inch plow; one John
oeere walking plow, lG-incn: one
Moline walking plow, 10-inch; one
8-foot 16-inch disc; one 3-section
harrow; one New Departure culti
vator; one Deering mowing machine,
5 foot; one Little Dane hay sweep;
one Deere hay rake. 11-foot; one
sleigh; six rods of heavy corncrib
wire; two butchering kettles; one
5-gallon barrel churn; some chick
ens, and a number of other articles
too numerous to mention.
Lunch will be served at noon."
Terms of Sale
All sums of $10 and under cash;
on all sums over $10 a credit of six
j months time will be given, purchas
Buys Land in Colorado
Roy Girkin, Earl Wolf and Leland
Young were visiting in the west last
week, going to Arriba, Colorado,
where Mr. Gerkin purchased a quar
ter section of land and returned
home a few days since. Mr. Gerkin
reports the country looking fine out
that way, with some excellent land
opportunities for investment.
terment was had at the Wyoming
cemetery, the service being attend
ed by a number of the friends of
this estimable young ' man. The
grief of the family and friends has
been intense in the taking away of
this splendid young man in the first
flush of his young manhood.
Good cow, splendid milker, gentle,
Jersey and Ilolstein. Price reason
able considering quality of cow. In
quire. Phone 2a 1.
Read the Journal for all tn newa
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CAS and TRUCKS!
We have a number on hand in store rooms now,
but you may rest assured they won't last long.
Better place your order now. You'll need that
Speed Wagon from now on.
Speed Wagon $1,710.00
Reo 6, Touring or Roadster $1,820.00
Prices Include War Tax and the Freight.
We also have a number of second hand cars for
sale. Come in and look them over.
The Gold Standard
I J. E. MASON, Prop.
Notice to Ford Owners!
Returned to Home in West
Rev. W. A. Taylor, who has been
confined to his home and a part of
the time to his bed, is much improv
ed although he is still unable to
get away from the house, where he
will remain until he entirely regains
his health. He insisted that Mrs.
Taylor accompany her sister, Mrs.
Abbie Becker and mother, Mrs. M.
E. Chase, of Denver,' to Omaha, for
a visit at the home or a brother, c.
M. Chase before the departure of
the mother and sister for their home
in the west.
Mrs. Taylor and husband enjoyed
very much the visit of the relatives
here. They were accompanied by
a little grand-daughter of the elder
Mrs. Chase and a niece of Mrs
Taylor, Miss Viola Smith, from the
west, who had an excellent time
How are your lights? Docs yourmotor
crank hard? Iff you have these troubles your
magneto is weak. A new magneto would
cost you $20.00 installed. We recharge
your . magneto jfwithout taking your motor
down for $5.00.
Come In and Let Us Explain!
Garage Phone 650
House Phone 502
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DEATH OF UNION YOUNG MAN
Ceete. per lb 23c
Eecf hides, per lb 26c To do this we must get out of the
I desirA again to call attention to
the work that we are trying to do er giving good bankable note, bear
In the community of Alvo. We are", ing 8 per cent from date. All prop-
trying to serve every interest in the ( erty to be settled for before removT
community. That is our program. ' cd from the Dremfsps.
Horse hides, each $12.00
Will be on hand rain or shine
W. E. KEENEY.
beaten track that we and our fore
fathers have trod to some extent.
We cannot however set aside the
gospel of Christ, the need for pray-
J. P. STULL, Owner.
Leonard Meisinger,- Clerk.
Frank C. Boyles, Auctioneer.
Mr. Boyles is Rex Young's assistant.
From Tuesday's lally.
Charles James, 1 6-year-old-son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert James, residing
southeast of Union, passed away
Saturdaw at Lincoln where he has
for the past term been attending
the state agricultural school. The
young man had been for the past
week, suffering from the flu which
was complicated with an attack of
pneumonia and the patient had no
sooner shown improvement wnn
these maladies than he was taken
with the scarlet fever and also was
suffering from the effects of a vac
cination for smallpox. The condi
tion of the young man continued to
grow worse until death came to his
relief Saturday afternoon. The body
was brought to Union early Monday
morning: and the services held from
the train by Rev. J. B. Taylor, pas
tor of the Baptist church. The In-
B. K. F. Timers
for FORD CARS
little accesory on your Ford car will work
Starts easily in zero weather, puts pep into
the motor. Easily installed lasts the life of your Ford.
No oiling required. No rollers to wear out and "short
Money Back Guarantee With Every
B. K. F. Timer Sold
We have the agency for Cass county and carry a stock
for immediate delivery. Call and have, one installed
GARAGE AND REPAIR MEN
We have a fine Sub-Agency Proposition for YOU.
Studebaker Cars Maxwell Cars and Trucks
Repair and overhaul your car now Our shop is at your
command. Shipment of denatured alcohol just arrived.
J. F WOLFF,
Main St. Garage Telephone 79
Block South of PostofHce
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