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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOlTRHAL
MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920.
new note- .
we've struck it"
O ."sharps", no
flats", but my!
how Chesterfields do
-A delightful selection
of fine Turkish and.
Why Colds are Datgerous
You are often told t "beware of
a cold," but why? We will tell you:
Every cold weakens the lungs, low
ers the vitality and paves the way
for the more serious diseases. Peo
ple who contract flu and the pneu
monia first take cold. The longer a
cold hangs on the greater the dan
ger, especially from the germ dis
eases, as a cold prepares, the system
for the reception and development of
the germs of consumption, diptheria,
scarlet fever and whooping cough.
The quicker you get rid of your cold
the less the danger of contracting
one of these diseases. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has a great reputa
tion as a cure for colds, and can be
depended upon. It i3 pleasant to
A unmbcr 1 work mare 9 years
old, weight 1300. in 'shape to gy ia
the. harness and do her port any
place. A1o one John Deere riling
combine lister practically new. F e
Howard Craves, one mile south of
I'lattsmouth on the old fair ground.
OKDKK UK iXKAHINti
and otlc- on Petition for Set
tlement of Aeeoont
In the County Court of Cass coun
State of Nebraska. Cass county, ss.
To IJees O. Uutcliins and Lena L.
Flemlnsr, and all persons interested in
tiie estate of John L. Hutchins, de
On readinar the Detition of J. II.
Currie praying a final settlement and
allowance of his account filed in this
Court on the 2th dav of March. 1920,
and for distribution of said estate aid
discharce of administrator:
It Is hereby ordered that you and
all persons Interested in said matter
may, and do, appear at the county
Court to be held in ana ror sain coun
ty, on the 5th day of April, A. 1. 1920
at ten o'clock a. m.. to show cause, il
any there le, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not be granted, and
that notice of the pendency of said
petition and the hearing thereof be
fTiven to all persons interested In said
matter y publishing a copy of this
order in the I'lattsmoutn Journal.
semi-weekly newspaper printed in
said coiyity, . for one week prior to
said dav of hearinic.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand ami the Seal of said
Court tliis 26th day of March, A. D.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) County Judge.
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.10X1J HUAXJ PILLH. for M
sot.-iD5 Eett. Safest. A l-rs Rc!iIH
Ho not neglect having your
buildings, household furni
ture and livestock protected
against loss by Fire, Light
ning or Tornado.
I write insurance in the
Farmers Mutual of Lincoln,
Columbia or Springfield.
Your Business Appreciated
V. T. RIGIIARDSOn,
oitnmt of iiKAitiNt;
ami Aotlee on Petition for Set
tlement of Aceonnt
In the County Court of Cass coun
State of Nebraska. Cass county, ss.
To all persons interested in the es
tate or. John C. I'etersen. Sr., deceased
On reading the .petition of Martha
J. I'etersen, executrix, praylnsr a hna
settlement and allowance of her ac
count - filed i in this court on the 26th
day of March, 1920, and for final set
tlement of said estate; for ner dis
charere as executrix and for final de
cree of assignment of residue of es
It is hereby ordered that you and
all. persons interested, Jn said, matter
may, and do, appear at the County
Court to be held In and for said coun
ty, on the 12th day of April. A. 1).
1020, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause
if any there be, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not be Kranted, and
that notice- of the pendency of said
petition and the hearing: thereof be
Kiven to all persons interested in said
matter by publishing: a copy of this
order in the Plattsmouth Journal, a
semi-weekly newspaper printed Jn said
county, for one week prior to said
day of bearing.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and the Seal of said
Court, this 26th day of March, A. D.
. ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) County Judge,
XtlTICK Tt SCHOOL KI.KCTOKS
Notice Is hereby Riven that the Cass
County He-districtlnp:' Committee has
filed Its report and map of the new
Consolidated School Districts and the
attention of school electors is called
to the following provision of the School
"Within forty days after report is
filed with the county loard 25 of the
school electors in any such new dis
trict may file a written protest with
the State Superintendent, who shall
call a meeting at the countv sunerin-
tendent's office for -hearing, with ten
clays' notice. The State Sunerinten-
dent approves the committee report or
nrners cnanses, county superintendent
then proclaims legally constituted
noundarles and school house sites"
liy order of the County Hoard of
GEO. U. SAYLKS,
ltw- , ' County Clerk
Try a Journal
' ,:t W
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If you young fellows who are nar
ticular about your dress clothes
want something that is a nose length
aneaa oi anything you have seen in
suits this year step in and look 'em
KUPPENHEDIER STYLE SHOP
THE BL0CH - CO.
put the finishing on' these clothes
and you know what that means for
FIT. Come , in and make yoursell
to home. See how they LOOK on
They have been hard to get this
spring but right now We have an
atsortment we are, proud of.
Not so high, either -
$35 to $65
Others in good, conservatire style:
as low as $27.50
FOR CHURCH SUPPER
Committee Have Secured Services of
H. R. Best of New York as Speak
er at Interchurch Gathering
From Friday's Dally.
The committee on arrangements
for the supper of the interchurch
laymen, which is to be held in the
parlors of the First Methodist church
on Tuesday evening, March 30th, are
busily engaged in the completion of
the arrangements for the event that
promises to be one of the most im
portant held in the church circles of
the city in recent, years.
This committee is composed of Dr.
H. C. Leopold and L. L,. WileS of the
Christian church, E. H. Wescott and
D. C. York, Methodist church and D.
C. Morgan and C. A. Rawls, Presby
The supper is to be held at 6:30
p. m., and will be purely informal
and every man interested in the city
is invited to be present and to look
for the committee and secure a sup
per ticket which are to be sold at
$1.09. each. The spaeker of the oc
casion will be Harry H. Best of New
York, one of the leaders on the inter
church movement and a gentleman
well qualified to speak on this sub
ject to which he has devoted a great
deal of time and study. This is one
of the biggest things in the history
of the churches of the nation and
should be heard by all the laymen of
HAVE A START
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Westovsr Have
Car Run Into by Ford Truck
Belonging to Gypsies
Front Friday's Dally.
This noon Dr. R. P. Westover and
wife thought they would enjoy a:
short spin out Washington avenue
and started "out in their car and
thereby bangs the tale of excitement
that will long be remembered by the
parties interested. All was going
nicely with the trip until the car
reached the road leading from the
north past the Masonic Home, when
suddenly a Ford fruckjoperated by
members of a gypsey camping party
suddenly came down the street from
the north at a good rate of speed and
crashed into the side of the car of
Dr. Westover. The car of the doc
tor had the fenders badly mashed up
and the truck was even the worse of
the two machines as the radius rod
was bent as well as the fenders and
put completely out of commission.
The truck belonged to a party that
were camped near the K. S. hall and
as soon as the accident occurred they
gathered around the car of the doc
tor and were quite warlike for sever
al minutes. Neighbors who saw the
accident notified the police of the af
fair and Chief Manspeaker hastened
to the scene to do what was possible
to quiet the demonstration. Before
the arrival of the police, however,
things were quieted down and the
camping party decided that it was
well not to start any rough work.
iVim fo tor.o and atrangthen
tno organs of digastion and
olimination, imprbvo appatito,
ztop sick haadachaa, reliovo bil
iouSKoss, corroct constipation.
TSoy act prompt;y, ploaaantly,
mildly, yef thoroughly.
Mxa CS'V Yaw
35C. BOX Druaict
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
DRAWS FINE OF
$10 AND COSTS
C. E. Norton is Assessed Fine and
Costs for Violation of Ordinances
of the Village of Louisville
From Thursday's Daily.
The case of uie State of' Nebraska
ex rel the Village of Louisville vs.
C. E. Norton was heard by Judge
r.cgley this morning and the court
rendered .a decision in wliTi'i )e
found for the plaintiffs and assessed
u fine of $10 and costs figaiust the
defendant. This is a cane growing
ou. of the complaint filed by th vil
lage board of Louisville against the
defendant for peddling within the
village without complying -.vith the
ordinances and securing the propo
license. The defendant was allowtv'
foity days to prepare a bill of excec
t ion. and the bond fixed by the court
MAKING A SUCCESS
TAKEN TO LINCOLN
From Friday's Dally.
This morning Sheriff C. D. Quln
ton departed for Lincoln taking with
him Mrs. Bessie Banek, who has been
residing at Elmwood and who was
sent to the state hospital yesterday
for treatment. The unfortunate wo
man was accompanied by her hus
band and baby to the hospital. The
family has been living in very poor
circumstances in a box car at Elm
wood and the condition of the Tamily
has been such that it was necessary
about a year ago to have three chil
dren taken away from them and
placed in a state institution. Since
that time the family has continued
to barely exist tintil it has become
necessary to take steps for their pro
per care and for that reason the wife
has been ordered sent to the hospital.
Thoroughbred S. C. White Leg
horn eggs, selected for hatching pur
poses. The egg laying machines.
See our flock. H. H. Cotton, d&w-tf
A Timely Suggestion.
The next time you have a cough or
cold try Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It is pleasant to take and you
are sure to he pleased with the relief
which it affords. This remedy has
a wide reputation Tor its cures of
coughs and colds.
USED TOURING CARS FOR SALE.
Have one each used touring cars.
Dodge and Ford." See uie at once for
price on these. , '
lawtf) JOHN GORDER. .
From Thursday's Daily.
The many friends of Frederick G
Dawson in this city will be pleased
to learn that he is making a great
success in his work in his new lo
cation at Detroit. Michigan, where
he is employed in one of the largest
manufacturing companies in that city
as an expert in the chemical depart
mcnt having the -melting and refin
ing of bras as a part of its work
Mr. Dawson ha special training in
this line of work at Cornell univer
sity during the war and developed
many improvements on the furnaces
used in the process of handling the
brass. Fred in a letter to friends
hero states that he is much pleased
with his job and is now working on
a number of improvements in the
means of handling the work that
has brought him many favorable cri
ticisms. He is also taking an inter
est in the athletic work of the "Y"
and is" a member of the choir of 150
voices of the St. Paul's cathedral
and states that a new $78,000 pipe
organ Is being installed there.
TO IMPROVE HIGHWAY
WEST OF LOUISVILLE
From Saturday's Dally.
County Highway Commissioner C
F. Vallery was out in the vicinity of
Murdock yesterday looking over the
roads and founfl a very bad stretch
of road on the Omaha-Lincoln road
between Louisville and Greenwood
This piece of road about seven miles
in length has had little or nothing
done on it, the resident of that por
tion of the county state, and to add to
the difficulties r of travel several
springs have opened up in the road
way and which, makes a portion of
it Impassable. Mr Vallpry is pre
paring to take the matter in hand
and have .the water drained off 'of
the road and a fill made that will
put it in good shape as well as have
this road given the long neglected
Engineer Had Rheumatism so Bad
He Could Hardly Raise His
Hand to His Head.
Has Had Stomach Trouble for 7 Years
Theodore .SanfoiC of Fenmore,
Mich., has had 6tomach troume tor
seven years and could not eat vege
tables or fruit without pain in the
stomach a'nd restless nights. By tak
ing Chamberlain's Tablets he is now-
able to eat vegetables or fruit with
out causing pain or sleeplessness. If
troubled with indigestion or consti
pation g;ive these tablets a . trial
Tbey are sure to prove -beneficial.
Good milk cow 4 years old, with
calf by side, V. Belohlavy, North
Maiden Lane. 25-2sw.
The Best Laxative
"My sedcutary habits have neces
sitated the use of an occasional lax
ative. I have tried many but found
nothing tietter than Chamberlain's
Tablets." writes George F. Daniels,
Hard wick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is pro
prietor of the Hardwick Inn. one of
the model hotels of New England.
"I am in better condition , today
than I have been in several years,
and it is all because of. what Tan
lac has done for .me," said B. F.
Cummins, a railroad engineer living
at 1938 R street, Lincoln, Nebr.
"For a long time." he continued,
"I have suffered, terribly from rheu
matism, and although I tried many
treatments and medicines that were
recommended for my trouble, I could
get only a little temporary relief. I
suffered mainly with my arms, and
the pains distressed me so much
that I had become nervous and rest
less. I couldn't raise my hands to
my neaa witnout sunering agony,
and while running my engine I
would be in constant misery, so you
can imagine the strain I was under,
suffering like I was with the respon
sibility of handling my engine and
pulling the train through on time.
"I had tried so many things in
vain that it looked like ' I would
never get rid of my trouble. Then
Tanlac came along and it just filled
the bill. It was so highly recom
mended that I decided to try it and
to say I am delighted with the re
sults is putting it mildly. It was
not long after I began taking .Tan
lac that I began to improve and I
have been getting better right along
ever since. Why, already I feel like
a different person and cheerfully
recommend Tanlac to anybody who
may be suffering like I was before I
started taking it."
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. ' G. Ficke & Company and the'
leading druggist in every town.
'When good fellows get
together,! m right there
r I 'HE most companionable bunch of
tobaccos ever rolled into a cigarette
silky, aromatic T.Adzlz, and fine,
full-flavored Domestic, expertly chosen
and expertly blended. That's Chester
field. And they cure do "satisfy!"
Mrs. August Cloidt departed this
afternoon for Omaha " to visit with
friends and look after some busi
Mrs. A. F. Seybert was among
those going to Omaha this afternoon
to spend a few hours looking after
some matters of business.
B. K. F. Timers
BREAKING UP HOME.
'mm Friday's Dally
Mrs. P. C. Stander was at Aurora
last week taking care of her daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy, who was suffering
from a relapse following an attack of
the flu. Her room mate, Miss Mar
garet Snyder, of Hastings, formerly
a teacher in the Louisville schools,
was also down with the flu, so Mrs.
Stander had two patients on her
hands.' From "Aurora ' Mrs. Stander
went to Marquette to visit with her
sister, Mrs.' Edward Seiver and fam
ily. Mrs. Seiver's daughter, Mrs. Ira
Shaneyfeldt, had her farm sale at
that time as she was disposing of
her cattle and farm machinery be
cause of the recent death of her hus
band and two little eons with pneu
monia, which sad events were men
tioned in our columns at the time.
The breaking up of this farm home
and the sale following so closely
was a great trial to the bereaved
young widow and her many friends
in Louisville and in Cass county tru
ly sympathize with her. Louisville
for FORD CARS J
This little accesory on your Ford car will work jj
wonders. Starts easily in zero weather, puts pep into a
the motor. Easily installed lasts the life of your Ford. f
Nn rJlircr rm 1 iT-rl . Mn rn11rcs tr Ajmr our nnrl qIi rr t S
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 Maxxvell Cars and Trucks
Repair and overhaul your car now Our shop is at your
command. Shipment of denatured alcohol just arrived.
Main St. Garage 5 Telephone 79
Block South of PostofHce
WILL ARGUE CASE LATER
The Quinn case which was occupy
ing the district court for the past
three days was brought to a close
yesterday afternoon when the last
witnesses were examined and the tes
timony closed. Owing to the neces
sity of Mr. Tidd, one of the attonreys
for the plaintiff being compelled to
leave the city, it was . agreed that
the argument of the case would be
deferred until his return form-Ohio
and the matter will then be argued
to the court.
Cleaning and ' Pressin,
IS OUR SPECIALTY!
Lion's and Ladies' Garments Hade as
Good as e'iv!
Will call for garments when requested and will also
pay parcel p jt charges one way on all mail orders.
Prices Host Reasonable and SaSisfacSion
When in need of a fine hand tailored suit call and
look our tailoring department. We can save you money.
DRY CLEANER AND TAILOR
Phone 166 Plattsmouth, Neb.
Spring Will Soon Be Here! 1
Yes, the birds will soon be singing and spring work will be
rapidly crowding itself upon us, and then you will need those new
farm implements and need them badly.
We are prepared to furnish you with all kinds of farming im
plements for we are carrying all lines at Murray the John Deere,
International, J. I. Case and Moline. Thus we are well equipped to
' furnish you anything you may need in the line of farming machinery,
engines, tractors, etc, at the lowest prices. The Murray stock will be
complete, and in addition to this
UU. C-5. Puis, the Dmplement TJJan,
will conduct a sales station at Plattsmouth which will be in charge
" of D. B. Ebersole, who will carry the J. I. Case and John Deere lines.
See Either of These Gentlemen When Wanting
Anything in the Farm Machinery Line.
LnJ. M. POLS,
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