The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, April 26, 1920, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4
-1 PAGE TOWEL 'Cbz plattsmoutb Journal PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA Eatered at roetofflc. Platt.moutb. Neb., aa aacond-claaa mall matter R. A. BATES, Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PEICE $2.00 FEB YEAE IN ADVANCE The nation has been dried and . found wanting. :o: She is a wise wife who pretends to believe everything her husband tells her. -:o: Low moans increased in volumes; i it's the towns that didn't come up to their census expectations. - -:o:- The league of nations will be an issue in the campaign, Mr. Homer Cummings, democratic . nationa chairman, says. a :o: A New York doctor has discovered a new war disease. Evidently th government has heard nothing about it as no appropriation has been made for it. :o: Indiana announces the arrival or a baby boy who has eleven grand parents. Unless his parents are ol stern uncompromising sort, we fea that is going to be a badly-spoiled child. V '" :o: The llohenzollerns In Holland arc protesting against the close water that is kept upon them. Well", they brought it upon themselves. Thej gave their word of honor that they would not try to escape. :o:- r, i , I x -mw v" . peaits or wnerein uwen .-vioorq "happened" to be in Nevada th I very day the Reno sheriff wanted to. serve divorce papers on mm sounas, . i i much likea movie coincidence :o: The object, we understand, of the presidential primary , is to Jearnj inciuiut, v;l iuc ocuuuicut ui iiiv; peple towards the avowed candl-.on dates. And we leave it to you I the primary is not a shining success : :o: "As usual", writes a Chicago man to his newspaper, "the Tribune can not submit an editorial without showing decided partisan bias. Tray, gentle reader, tell us what would be the purpose of such an edi torial? :o: Oregon wants Senator Lodge to run for vice-president, but. probably an unbiased examination of Senator Lodge's career and accomplishments will fail to disclose justifiable rea son for such a mark of public dis pleasure. Are yota J m A you the and2 A TT!7TV K taTar-lt M afc aV fOUJE -c- - ... uo-m i - a-- w ',. 'uu m re . YOUR FUTURE IS GOING TO BE THE FUTURE YOU ARE MAKING NOW. YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND YOUR HOME FOLKS IS TO PREPARE A COMFORTABLE FUTURE. THE LITTLE SUMS YOU SPEND EVERY DAY FOR SILLY EX TRAVAGANCES WOULD MAKE- A VERY NICE LOOKING BANK BALANCE AT A TIME WHEN YOU NEED MONEY. PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK. YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. ETarnnieirs State Sank PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA Mr. Edison says we shorten our; lives by overeating. Mr. Edison has confused his audience. The ones who are dead are the ones who short ened their lives. We're a different outfit. :o:- The Topeka man who recently lost his temper and talked roughly to the telephone operator has been fined $50, and there is no complaint from him or anv other local source that I the price was excessive. -:o: Some cigarette smokers are refus ing to worry about the talk of short age of tobacco. They say they have sman group of American statesmen been getting along without the realjwhoni in tura destiny was thought thing so long it wouldn't affect them if they have to smoke alfalfa' straight. I It now develops that the Cincin nati drug firm which was reported to nave laid in a stock of a million gallons of whisky really bought only, a million dollars wortn of whisky a aw ' men manes an me uinerence in the world. :o: : Here's a bit of information that- will not surprise you: William' Fuld & Sons of Baltimore, ouija board manufacturers, have , had to spend $125,000 to enlarge their factory . . . . . I "- 011 uiiri4NBB doesn't get a cent commission, :o: it's a- wonder the safe blowing. business doesn t collapse from - th I I very lack of brains within its own personnel. In Pittsburgh the other night a safe was blown and rifled and then the blowers walked i out v, im iiioiitjjr auu lei t nine uozcu eggs top of the safe. MAINE MEMORIAL TO BLAINE One of the events that will mark the centennial year of Maine as a member of the American union of states will be the long delayed and final welcome home, as the Kenne bec Journal says, of James G. Blaine". the greatest figure that Maine has contributed to American public life For twenty-seven years the mon ument of Blaine In Rock Creek cem etery in Washington has been a hickory, tree, , whose broken top speaks of storms, while at the foot of his grave is a white stone and on it only the initials, "J. G. B." He Bozil4 in 1MW( if 1 -. ' it 1 is now to have a stately tomb and l 1,1a hnmo MtV. to WhiCQ the remains are to be transferred in June. The site is one to which Mr Blaine frequently went on Sunday rambles and the view that it com mands is said to have few equals in all the length of the "imperial Ken nebec" that Mr. Blaine, so much loved and praised. A part of the memorial will be a stone seat, from which the beautiful view may be ob served at leisure. The spot is just above and adjoining the Augusta cemetery, in ' which the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, who died in infancy, is buried. With the body of Mr. Blaine will be brought also that of Mrs. Blaine and their son Walker. It is easy to understand the state pride and affection that have deter mined the final disposition of the remains of the state's most distin euished citizen, and these long de- layed honors by tomb and shaft and nark to the memory of "Blaine, main. Rlaine of Maine", whose name1 is enrolled with those of that certainly to have designated to the presidency, but who, with all their ,nciT,trn,-ihfd services, their superb qualities of leadership and devotion inspiring charters failed of the jg nonor. We have no national cemetery for statesmen as we have for soldiers and sailors Washington is the scene of ... ' A th.s. trinmnhs. Llltrti taicrio tvnv vj . v .. . - - . if they triumph, and of their dis- appointments. But it is never home, nd home ,a where tney desire. and degired tQ retum at last. Blaine 'was so long a conspicuous and com manding figure in public life, so in a Tnniiinr idol, and to such an " eminent degree belonged to the na tion as well as to a state, that the whole country will regard with sat isfaction the memorial in his honor by Maine :o:- BURGLARY CASE. IS STILL A MYSTERY No Trace Has Been Found of Parties Who Entered McElwain Store and Made Away With Booty From Saturdays Dally. . All efforts to get a trace of the person or persons who made the suc cessful haul at the B. A: McElwain store on Thursday night, has proven fruitless and the parties that com mitted the act are still at large. The loss sustained by Mr. McEl wain will run in "the neighborhood of $1,000 as he has discovered by a check of the stock the theft of many articles that were not missed at the time of the robbery, and including the loss of a number of watches which had been left out of the safe at the closing time Thursday. The robbing of the store makes the tbjrd burglary that Mr. McEl wain has been through as on two previous, occasions he has had visits from the unwelcome night callers but in this case his loss is not as heavy as on previous occasions, ai one of the robberies Mr. McElwain was sleeping in a small room ad joining the store room he was then occupying and the robber on that occasion proceeded to give Bert a dash of dope that put him in dream land while the visitors proceeded to carry off the greater part of hw stock, so that-on this occasion he can feel very fortunate in not suffering a greater loss than he did. How is Your Complexion? A i woman should grow more beau tiful as she grows older and she will with due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are haggard &nd yellow, your eyes losing their lustre and . whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flab by, it may be . due to indigestion or to a sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tablets correct these disorders. , CASS COUNTY FARM FOR SALE For sale, a farm of 125 acres, well improved, hog tight, 11 acres prair ie, good house, barn, hay shed, ce ment walks, garage, granary, corn crib, wash house, wood house, cob house, chicken house, hop, machine shed. Located 4 miles from Union on state road. J. M. CHALFANT, J19-2w; 2d) Union, Neb. If it's in the card line, call at the Journal office. PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL MflT A UC I nAY IIUI M I f L.L.I. lilt I IN ELEVEN YEARS Lincoln Man Takes Tanlac and Says . He Has Gained Sixteen Pounds as Result. "I never knew what a. well day was in eleven years till Taulac straightened me out," said C. A Crawford, contracting painter and paper hanger, living' at 2323 Q St. Lincoln, Neb. "I had been in such a wretched state of health for so long," he con tinued, ' "that I was a , total wreck I couldn't sleep well and my stom ach was in such a dreadful condition that nothing I would eat agreed with me and I lost weight till I was little more than a living skeleton, for I had gotten down to one hun dred pounds. . Every summer my vi tallty would run low and I would have to take to my bed and be laid ud for three or four months at a time. "Finally I got a bottle of Tanlac and soon after starting on it. my ap petite improved so I could enjoy my food and I started up hill again. have already gotten back sixteen pounds of my lost weight and am still gaining right alonjr. My nerves are so much stronger and I have im proved so much in every way that I feel like a different man. I have been working hard every day . the past summer, sleep like a leg every night and feel fine all the time. I am now full of life and energy and I don't hesitate to say Tanlac haj done more for me than everything else I have tried put together." Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by FY G. Fricke and Company and the leading druggist in every town. XOT1CK TO iO-HKS!DET I)KKKM).JiTS In the District Court of Cass coun ty, Nebraska. , Kichara A. jonnson, nainuu, vs. Wm. IX Meiriam and aierrlam, his wife (first real ns.me unknown): K. Soeck. a sinarle man: William Rrokaw. a sinsrle man: Frank M. Price, a single man: Johanathan B. Quin and Quin. Iiin wire (nrst real name unknown): Harlan Ti. Quin and Quin. his wife (first real name un known); the unknown heirs, devisees, leeatees, personal representatives, and all' other persons interested In the es tates of the roreeroinB: namea aeron- dants, and each of them: and the East half (Ei) of . the Northeast quarter XE'i). less, however, a strip of land one rod wide on or tne soum ena, hf-incr about one and one-hair acres; and also less a strip of land along the west side- of said Kast hair (KVa) or the Northeast quarter (XK',i) ten feet wide on the south end thereor ana broadening a the line is extended northward until it is forty-nine (49) feet wide on the north end: and also. ho Nnrthcast ' nuartfr (NEiJ or tne Southeast quarter (SFIi). all In Sec tion twenty-three (23). Townsnip tw Hon twenty-three (23), Township welve (12). Ranse nine (9) East, cass ounty, Nebraska, and all persons claiming any interest of any kind in .said real estate or any pari inereoi, Defendants. You and each of you are hereby notified that on, the 31st day of March, 19!0. the nlaintitt in t ie above entitled action filed in the District Court of Cass county, Nebraska, his duly veri fied netition in an acuon against you. and each of you, the object and prayer of which Is to obtain a tiecree or saia court adjudffinK Kichard A. Johnson to be the owner In lee simple ot me following described real estate, to wit: East half (E) of the Northeast marter (XRV. ). less, however, a strip of land one rod wide off of the south and, belnsr about oie and one-half Arros. and also less a strip of land nionK the west side of said East half of the Northeast quarter (isi'AJ feet wide on the south end tnereor and broadening as the line is extend ed northward until it is forty-nine .feet wide on the north end; and also, tiie Northeast quarter (NlS'i) of the South east quarter (SE"4), all in Section twentv-three. Township twelve, nangp . . . . - anal nine i-asr, uasa couiny, j.rui norm, o.n.. to enjoin you, and each of you, and all other persons, fron asserting any right, title, lien, claim, interest or estate, in, or to or upon said described real estate, or any part tnereor, iu remove certain clouJs from the title theratri: to Wipe that Kichard A. Johnson, and those under whom he claims, has been ir. open, notorious, peaceable, continuouil ana aaverse - session, under claim of ownersmp thereof and title thereto for more than ten years last past, made valuable improvements th-reon, paid the taxes as they became due; and for general equitable relief. - . You and each of you are hereby re quired to answer plaintiff's petition on or before the 10th day of May, 1920. or the allegations ol.' said petition win be taken as confessed and as being true. KICHAnO A. JOHNSON. Flaintlff. I. C. BfELU Attorney for riaintlfr. al-4W. . Ashland. Nebr. XOTIt'E OK ' II KAMI MO oh l'rtltloii for UHrrmlnalloD of Helr-hlp Kstate of Andrew Hurry, deceased, in the County Court of Cass county, The State of Nebraska, to alt per sons Interested in slid estate, creditors nd heirs, take notice, that Mary E.. Carney lias tiled htsr petition alleging that Andrew Barry "died intestate in Cass county on or about June '15, 191-1. being a resident and inhabitant of Cass county and the owner of the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: Thirty-three acres off the south side of Lot six (6) in Section thirty-three (33) and Lot twenty-seven (27) being the South half of Lrft three (3) of Section thlrty-threi! (33), all in Town ship twelve (12f North, Ranse four teen H), togetheri with all accretions now made or hereafter acquired, all of said lands being in Cass county, Nebraska: leaving as his sole and only heirs at law the following named Per sons, to-wit: His widow. Klissabeth Barry; Lena Jordan, daughter; Kobert Harry, sun: Kdward Barry, son; Mary Carney, daughter: Agnes Bach, daugh ter; George Uarrv. son and Ellen V o boril, daughter; ar.d praying for a de cree barring claim.: that said decedent died intestate;, that, no application., for administration been made .and ; the estate of said decedent has not been administer a in the state, of Xebraska, and that the -helm at law of said de cedent as herein set forth shall be -de ! creea to be the ownem in ree sjmpiu t the above described real estate, which has been set for hearing on the 10th day of Mav,. A. D." 19-0, at ten V clock a. m. Dated atPlattsniouth, Nebraska, this 2nd day of Aprils A. D. 1920. ALLEN J. BEESON. County Judge.' waves depends quite as much on correct lubrication as on suitable fuel. It is quick, complete combustion that generates power in a motor; but it is lubricating oil that supplies the seal which insures full compression of the fuel charge and which holds the explosive gases behind the pistons and makes them work. Polarine does this effectively and more. Be tween engaging parts and in bearings it maintains a protective oil cushion that insures quiet; smooth operation with minimum vibration, wear and strain. Keeps motors fit the year round and makes overhauling and repair bills-small. Buy Polarine for your motor at the same place you buy big-mileage, quick-fire Red Crown Gas oline at first class garages" and service stations where this sign is displayed. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEBRASKA) OMAHA J a-JLaW-a -a ' omaha lanna' 1 - ffil 11 O fib MOTOR I i "?B -j.j-rryra t-WiI-iiiiiii n i 'mi imiimi mi How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears the expression, 'My child caught a severe cold which developed into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little one' particularly sus ceptible to thegvandering diphtheria germ. If your child hasa cold when diph-theria is prevalent you should take him out of school and keep him off the street until fully recovered, as there is a hundred times more danger of his taking diphtheria when he has a cold. When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given it quickly ures the cold and lessens the dan ger of diphtheria or any other germ disease being contracted. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The great Denexit derived from the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been gratefully acknowledged by many. Mrs". Benjamin F. Blakeney, Decatur. 111., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is by far the best medicine for colds and coughs we '-Bartling's Dependable Seeds-- TIMOTHY Choice, per bu.. $6.50 1871 Bartling's, per bu $6.75 RED CLOVER Poor grade, per bu Fair grade, per bu . Choice grade, per bu 24.00 1871 Bartling's, per bu. 25.00 B. B. 13.. per bu MAMMOTH CLOVER , 50c a bushel higher than red clover. ALSIKE CLOVER Choice grade, per bu $- 1S71 Bartling's, per bu WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER Choice grade, per bu. $ 1871 Bartling's, hulled 21.00 Unhullod, per bu WHITE CLOVER Fancy, per lb . 70 TIMOTHY ALSIKE Per bu. 45 lbs ? TIMOTHY RED CLOVER ; Per bu. 45 lbs $ ALFALFA Fair grade, . per bu.: .-$18.00 Choice :$21-00 to $24.00 1871 Bartling's, per bu. : $25.00 U. B. B., per bu KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS One Grade Only B. B. B., per bu $4.50 MIXED LAWN GRASS ' B. B. B., per bu.- $ ' " RYE GRASSES' English f and Italian rye; grasses . for lawns, pastures and -field uses, per lb , . 20 GEED MERCHANTS a in) have ever used in our family. I gave it to my children when small for croup and have taken it myself." JOHN DEERE Farm Machiiiery! We carry a full and complete line of the reliable John Deere farm machinery, and are ready to fill your, order for anything in our line. Plows and corn farming implements of all kind, as well as haying and harvest ings machinery. Also threshers necessities. - WARE ROOMS ON SOUTH SIXTH STREET D. B. EDERSOLE, PLATTSMOUTH -:- -:- NEBRASKA ORCHARD GRASS Per bushel $4.50 RED TOP 1871 Bartling's, per lb 22 MEADOW FESCUE Per lb. 35? BROMUS INERMUS Per bushel . : $5.00 MILLET Golden, per bu $3.15 Commrm, per bu ; . Siberian, per bu. Japanese, per bu -. Hungarian, per bu CANE OR SORGHUM Black amber, per bu . $2.00 Black amber, in 10 bu. lots 1.95 Black amber, in 20 bu. Jots; 1.90 Orange, per. bu . KAFIR CORN . Per 100 lbs.. -$4.50 SUDAN GRASS Per lb. , . 118 Per 100 lbs . . $17.00 FETERITA Per lb. ; ! .. 5 MILO MAIZE Per lb. , .. 5 DWARF ESSEX RAPE Per lb. :15tf Per 100 lbs , $14.00 Pop corn, ear, per 100 lbs 10.00 Pop corn, shelled, per 100'lbs. 12.00 Seed cleaners, -freight paid 34.00 Seeders, Cyclone 2. 00 FERTILIZERS For corn, wheat, per ton $33.75 Kor potatoes, per 100 lbs 2.75 For lawns, per 100 lbs. 2.00 mm nnn MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1920. pTru QQODU The merchant who Goesn't adver tise only when business Is good will eventually quit It entirely. SEED GRAIN Rye, winter, per bu $ r Rye, spring, per bu Barley, per bu. Spe.lt z, per bu Sweet corn, per lb Buckwheat, per lb ctf Sunflower seed, per lb 13 SPRING WHEAT (Marquis variety, northern $ Home grown, per bu. . Seed oats Home grown, per bu $ SEED CORN Shelled and graded, or Ear com. Per bushel 54. 50 xsemaha Valley White. -110-days B. B. B. Yellow, 100-110 days la. 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