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MONDAY, MARCH 1. 1920.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
TO KNOW ABOUT IT
KNOCKS OUT PAIN
THE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pais
makes Sloan's the
Tlu's famous reliever of rheumatic
aches, soreness, stiffness, painful
sprains, neuralgic pains, and most
other external twinges that humanity
tiuitrs from, enjoys its great sales be
cause it practically never fails to bring
speedy, comforting relief.
Always ready for use, it takes little
to fenetrate without rubbing and pro
duce results. Clean, refreshing. At
r.11 dm? stores. 35c. 70c. $1.40.
FOR SALE 18 ACRES
The James Dvorak place about
one mile southeast of I'lattsniouth
court house. Well improved with 6
room house, running water, electric
lights, toilet and bath, all in fine
shape. Large hay barn, cattle barn,
buggy and auto shed, chicken house,
etc. 15 acres in alfalfa; lots of
fruit. All in excellent condition.
Immediate possession. For price and
terms address Joseph Pick, phone
Douglas 4270, 1502 Dodge St., Om
aha, Neb.- Evenings or Sundays call
Webster -IS3G. 2w-d&w
Periodic Bilious Attacks
Persons subject to periodic bilious
attacks v. ill' observe that their appe
tite fails them just before an at
tack. That is. they do not really
crave food, but cat because it is meal
time. If they will eat only a light
im-al and n meat, then take two of
Chamberlain's Tablets, the attack
may be avoided.
SO ACRES FOR SALE
Mighty aires, :',o times northeast
of l':iiou. -known as the U'ni. Albiu
farm, offered for salo if taken with
in the next four weeks; large brick
house. For further particulars call
on J. E. Shrader. Xehawka. Ncbr.
I buy poultry any day of the week
On account cf cudden market
changes, I cannot quote prices.
When having any poultry to sell,
please call Phone 2411.
W. T. RICHARDSON
last year's stock in
on the H. C. L.
Health Broke down and He Suffered
Terribly Tanlac Overcomes
"Ever since taking Tanlac I feel
i:o fine that I want everybody to
know what a wonderful medicine it ;
is," said James R. Carson, of 2814
Izard street, Omaha, Neb. 1
"When my health broke down
some time ago," he continued, "I
lost my appetite and the little I did j
manage to force down seemed to do
me 'no good. My food would sour I
on my stomach and cause me
much distress that I hardly ever saw
a well day. I was badly constipated
and dlso suffered agonies from neu
ralgia in my face and my shoulders
ached so bad I felt like it would
drive me distracted. I was so ner
vous and restless that I could hard
ly sleep and when I would get up in
the mornings 1 felt as tired as when i
I went to bed and would be miser
able all day long. I lost twenty
pounds and though I was constantly
taking some kind of medicine, I got
worse instead of better.
"When I read so much about the'
good Tanlac was doing I decided to ,
get a bottle. My appetite picked up
right after the first few doses and it!
wasn't long before I could eat any
thing and as much as I wanted, j
Tanlac has toned up my whole sys- j
tern and I never have any trouble'
with indigestion and I am taking'onj
weight every day. Those awful pains
I had in mv face and shoulders are
all gone, I am relieved of constipa
tion, I sleep like a baby all night
and get up in the mornings ready
for my work. Tanlac has fixed me
up all right and I am glad to recom
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke and Company and the
leading druggist in every town.
WIIL REMOVE TO COLORADO
Krotfi Saturday s Uaily.
. It. Bryan has just closed the
deal whereby he disposes of his res
dence property in this city to Luther
L. Tickett and will at once prepare
to remove to the west where he ex
pects to locate at Fort Collins, Colo.
It is a matter of regret to the many
friends that Mr. and Mrs. Bryan are
to leave this city where they have
made their home for the past six
jears anu where they nave made a
host of warm friends by their pleas
ant and Christian dealing with their
fellow men. Mr. Bryan has exten
sive land interests in Colorado and a
number of his children reside in and
near Fort Collins and the family will
once more be together. Mr. Bryan,
who is an elder of the Christian
church, will address the" congrega
tion of the church tomorrow morn
ing and it is desired that as many of
the old friends as possible be pres
ent to hear his farewell address.
Mrs. J. T, Giluiore and daughter,
Mrs. Leech of Chadron. who were
here to attend the funeral of the
mother of Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. M. II.
Tulene, returned this morning to
their home and were accompanied as
far as Omaha by Mrs. A. C. Tulene
and Mrs. TV. A. Tulene.
get these while you can. They are just a few left of our
various items and we're selling them so low the laugh is
Men's fast color dress shirts 3 for $4.85
" work shirts .3 for 4.35
" stiipe overalls 3 for 5.00
" wool shirts and drawers . , 3 for 3.65
" fine silk lisle hose .! 3 for 1.00
" heavy cotton flannel gloves 3 for .65
" slylish soft collars 3 for .80
Boys flannelette waists, broken sizes,. . .3 for 2.36
These are special prices for this weett!
tHTJBring this ad with you.
C. E. Wescotf
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TOM RAY, of Omaha
LAST DAY OF GOV
Monday Marks the Date for Transfer
of Railroads Back to Private
From Saturday's faily.
Today and Sunday are the last
days of the government management
of the railroads of the United State;?
as the formal transfer buck to the
private owners will be made on Mon
day, March 1. The government has
been in charge of the railroads since
the late fall of 1917 when they were
taken over as a measure of war pre
paredness and they have since been
operated by the federal government.
The control of the roads by the gov
ernment has been very satisfactory
to the employes of the lines and de
partments all over the country and
the sentiment for the retention of
the railroads under federal owner
ship has been practically unanimous
among the railroad workers of the
nation and it is now one of the chief
aims of the labor organizations of
the nation to secure the adoption of
plans for the permanent control of
the railroads of the country. The
sentiment for the government con
trol of public utilities is by no means
confined to the labor organizations
and there is a great, deal of sentiment
among the professional and unorgan
ized laboring units of the country in
favor of this proposition.
RIDAY, EMflGH 5th, 1920
-LIGHT-HEAVY WEIGHT MATCH
vs Tom Kay
LEE FICKLER, of Plattsmouth
vs HARRY BEST, of Omaha
Hatch Will Start at
Both matches are to be to
first of a series of fast wrestling
n . . J . l . l.
I T C 1 .
Adults, $1.00; Under 12 years, 50c; Ladies Free
A great many have contended that
the proposition of government own
ership was not given a fair tryout
Under the control of the last two
years as the measures adopted were
largely of a temporary nature.
The experience of government
control, however, has made it possi
ble that if the roads are not as sat
isfactory under the old methods that
the federal government may take
them over with a view cf keeping
CARD OF THANKS
To our kind friends and neighbors
who. during the long hours of sick
ne?s of our loved one, assisted us so
nobly we desire to express our heart
felt appreciation of their acts. Also
we desire to thank those who were
so generous in the remembrances of
the beautiful flowers and to the
members of the Woodman Circle for
their assistance at the funeral of
our wife, mother, daughter and sis
ter. Fred Stewart and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Hans Tarns and family.
RECEIVES NEW GRADERS
Prom Thursday's Daily.
Yesterday County Highway Com
missioner C. F. ' Vallery was busily
engaged in unloading and setting up
two of the large Austin graders
which have been purchased by the9
county for use on the highways dur
ing the coming season. The graders
are the largest that have heretofore
been purchased by the county and
each weighs 6,500 pounds and are
the latest type of the road grader.
They are equipped with 12-foot
blades that will grade and round up
the roads in fine shape and add ma
terially to the efficiency of the road
department of the county. It is ex
pected that these graders will "be
able to do a great deal more work
on the roads than has been possible
with the smaller machines and at a
greater saving to the county.
REGULAR MARCH WEATHER
The indication in the weather line
have led the oldest inhabitants to
freely predict that March is to make
its entry in 1920 in the manner of
the lion instead of the lamb and the
condition of the weather today would
lead to the belief that this is correct.
V cold and biting wind with snow
flurries have been the order of the
nay anu indications point to a con
tinuance of these same conditions
for a few days.
MILX COWS FOR SALE
Two good milk cows, just fresh.
At reasonable prices. Come and sec
them at Murray. Thco. Douton. tf
alfalfa hay, also two incu
Call phono 480-J.
llalph Holmes and Robert Kroeh-
ler are enjoying the week end in this
city with their parents and taking
a rest from their duties a; the state
8:30 P. tl.
a finish and are the
matches to be givep
C I J
DEATH OF HELEN
Murray Girl Succumbs After Long
Fight with Grim Reaper
Heln. thirteen-year-old daughter
of Ir. and Mrs. C5. H. Cilmore, pass
ed away Saturday evening at the
Clarkson hospital in Omaha after a
five weeks' illness from pneumonia.
The body was brought to Murray
Sunday afternoon and the funeral
services will be held on Tuesday af
ternoon at 1:30 at the home in Mur
ray, conducted by Rev. J. B. Jack
son, of Omaha.
Interment will be at the Oak Hill
cemetery in riattsmouth.
HORSES INCLUDED IN
FIVE HEAD OF GOOD ONES TO BE;
Two bay marcs, 7 and 8 years
old, wt. 1100 each; one bay horse,
7 years old, wt. 1300; one bay mare
years old, wt. 1300 : one black
horse 8 years old, wt. 1100.
MOVES INTO THE CITY
From Saturday's Daiiy.
Y. H. Seybert and family are now
located in their new home on Gran
ite street just west of the Presby
terian church which was formerly
the property of Mrs, Nellie Gorder.
Mrs. Gorder has removed to her home
on Lincoln avenue and will make her
home, there during the coming sum
mer. The new property of Mr. Sey
bert is- very desirable and located
close in so that it will be found very
convenient to all members of the
HAS OFFICE EQUIPMENT
From Saturday's Dally.
Highway Commissioner C. F. Val
lery has now become a regular coun
ty official as his office equipment
has arrived and his desk installed in
the commissioners room at the court
house whcre the efficient and wide
Pnmmii:1!!ftn, Q Ko vh
the job when he is not out looking
over the road work. The position of
highway commissioner is one that
requires some little oftice work as
well as a great deal of active work
on the highways and Mr. vallery
will be a very busy man during the
coming summer months.
HAVE YOUR OWN CHOICii
I have some wonderful bargains
for you if you can raise a little mon
ey and have liberal terms on balance,
suit yourself, 7 homes, one 3-room,
three 4 rooms each, two 8 rooms
each, and one 16 rooms, all close in.
Offered for a few days only. See me
at once for particulars or phone 575.
F. M. Welshimer. d&w
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many kind
neighbors and friends for the kind
ness, sympathy and beautiful lloral
offerings given us during the iilness
and death of our beloved father and
also the choir, which was very much
appreciated. Elizabeth. Sophia and
Wm. Kraeger; Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Kraeger and family; Mr. and Mrs.!
Adam Kraeger and family; Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Kraeger and family; i
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engelkemier.
and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Krae
crer and family: Mr. and Mrs. Neal ,
Mesler and family.
Four past yearling registered
Shorthorn bulls for sale. Telephone
daw) ELBEHT WILES.
Estrayed from ;ny farm, one year
ling heifer, last Friday about noon.
Last seen was following a bunch of
cows toward Plattsmouth. Any infor
mation as to her whereabouts will
be liberally rewarded by tae owner,
daw-tf) MBS. W. A. TA 'f LOR.
Mrs. J. II. McMaken departed this
morning for Omaha where she was
called to look after some matters of
bear the distinctive mark of
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us now, so that you may be sure to
have your work done well and with
out any delay.
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iwrsi!i:i 1 r)rc"iitiitiv'K ami Hll other
niTsuns int ri'stcil in Lis -.-tMt': An
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liis iiiiUin-. li 1 1-il s. devisees. Ii'k;iIits,
personal repi esent;itlves and all other
nersotis interested in liis state; the
American Freehold Land MortKane
lYimpany of London Limited and all
persons Claiming any interest f any
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I'M. Township twelve (11. North
l.'anKO nine t'J east of the nth p. M..
Cups county, Nebraska, or any part
You and eaeh of you are hereby no
tified that on the i'stli day of Febru
ary. IKL'O. A petition was tiled ill the
Ii.--triet Court of Cass eounty. . Ne
braska, in which Peter llaliues is plain
tiff ami John House, if living, if de
ceit hed. .. his unknown heirs, devisees,
letratees. personal representatives and
all other persons Interested in' liis
eslate: Andrew M. Jiouse, If livtnur. if
deceased, tiis unknown heirs, devisees,
leu-atees, personal representatives and
all other persons interested in liis es
tate: Tin- American Freehold I .and
JIrilt;,'ijrc Company of London (Limit
ed) and all persons claiming any in
terest of any kind tn the north half
of the southeast uarter of Section
t wenty-eiirht (JM. Township twelve
North Panure nine ( east of
the tith P. M.. Cass county. Nebraska,
or any part tliereof. are defendants.
The object and prayer of which pe
tition is to ijtiiet the title in the plain
tiff PeteivHalmes to the north half of
the soutlffast quarter of Section iwin-tv-eiurht.
Township twelve. North
Panffo nine east of the Ktli P. M.. Cass
county, Nebraska, because said plain
tin', and his grantors, have hail the ac
tual, open, notorious, exclusive and
adverse possession thereof, ami every
part and parcel thereof, for more than
tt-n years last past prior to the com
mencement of this action, and for
You and each of you are further
notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
day the PJth dav of April, JS'rt.
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C. A. PAWLS,
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