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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1920.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
ZebJckcr Emt'Tai' Ph'in Rings in Fardion Tractor.
Geo. F. Woodard writes:
Since installing1 Zelnicker
Ever-Tyte Rings I have no
spark-plug" trouble before
I had to clean 2 to 4 daily.
My kerosene consumption
has decreased five gallons
for a ten hour day. Where
I used 3 to 6 quarts of oil
daily, I now use 2 to 4, sav
ing me in all $1.40 a day
since installing your rings.
'T.fy tr"icr has been r on on
cr. avsrags of eight hours a
cay sine; last September.
The ;'is:cr.s arc badly worn.
etTT.y i crr.rreEtion is as
r ao-ij'.s when the tractcr was
j- . I :-c5Uv tres rr.gs
car.r.'it be equaled." Geo.K.
Voocic4rd, Ccnr.er.ut, Ohio.
The growing use of Zel
nicktr Ever-Tyte Piston
Rings in tractors, trucks an J
cars is n natural result of its
reputation among mechani
cal engineers and its 8 years
record of efficiency in every
type cf engine under every
3 poinf e xpansion
Right angle inicrlocl
.t .VJT 7 4f ASMS? A
THE PJSTON RING FOR ALL ENGINES
The Ecer-Tighl Piiton Rng Co., Si. Louis, U.S.A.
Afk for Zt-Iricker Ever-Tyte Piston Kings at
any ear;eor rtpaircbopcrtet Uiciufrom Ub.
j. F. VOLFF GARAGE
Dr. B. x. Srendei Expi esses His Deep
reeling cf Gi.ititude for T.Ianner
in Which He Wa-, Supported
iy I nff my nppr:ient will do all in
Ills power to protect that class and
r; to that end. I am a democrat
ami i'( lieve in the greatest gooil to
the greatest number and I seldom
vote a straight ticket. Some of my
M;ir!a. Neb.. Nov. 1.". 1!20.
'i"i !! voters i;f 'as county I
lake ,-r at pic :siir in tha nkins you
on- a'.c. ali fur ii.e -upport given ni"
by Mnr vn'f ui Nowmber Ks-pe.-
i;. !!v do I !' 1 grat.-fv.l for the
r ; I support ;',if-:i mc- in the city of
l'i!M t.ii;,ii. a:-.d a No fh- entire cast
half of (';.: ; eounty and in every case
with ! nly one .ieption to my knuw-l'-il-,'.
'.ry aian iliat k;ivc me a pro-mi-.-
i::::':c 1; is --a- .j ,J go:.i. I. in iv
ory way citiMJic: ed an honest cam
pai': and r-ver in any way attempt
d to siur- a vot- by saying any
thing iMr. -,'!('! ii! of my opponent,
but i ii th.- .!(!! .t. nt o!" personal lif
!' !! s. I ii.ltj d.-iwori ats in my own
pre, ;i; t ;!, , what they could to
del. at ' !ii' 1 lCK-ivcd aii.iost 2 to
1 vo;,-. i i 'r.-r flo.-k UltitT precinct,
it ! iiii: a rf iiihli -an precinc'. In
rt"ir: to thN I feel very .uralefnl
an i - !ini:!(! i l av.- heeii (!"!(! I
ifh"iihi ii.iv,. ;,r r i in---i been a friend
and ;..: wl:a 1 could in the way of
legislation to hero ".t the lalorer and
th prod-uer and would have earnest
ly arid honestly favored proK-ction
for that class of citizens and certain-
IHTS YOU HARD!
Sloan's IJniment should hs kept
handy for aches and pains
TTTlIY v.-ait f r a severe pain, an
VV lirh, a rheumatic twinge fol-
" lowing exposure, a sore muscle,
Cclatica.fr lumbago to make you quit
V.crk, v.Sien jnu should have Sloan's
Liniment handy to licip curl) it and
Lccp you active, and fit, and on the joL?
Wil'ioul ruhhivg, for it pcnr'.ralcs,
"spply a bit today to the afilictcd part,
l'otcthc gratifying, ck-an .prompt rclirf
tliat f Hows, bloan's Liaimer.t couldn't
keep iis rr.an' t'jous -iiu's of friends tlic
world over if it ilidn't nia!c good.
,That's v;rt!i re:r.cn.lering. All druj
giits thrcc sics the largest is the
most economical. 23c, 70c, 41.40.
, v ;j
hng to The nonpai t isian league, some
are socialists. We live in a free
:-oe,n:ry and they have a perfect right
Tf helve and vote as they please.
I have livf-d in Murray "7 years and
t.xpect so far as I know, still he found
at my home in .Murray. I did my
duty at the time of the war with
Geimauy. I came across every time
I was asked and for the amount asked
and never once thought of changing
my location or business that I would
be released from any duty by so do
ing. When asked for help for the
heme guards I have it and I was not
in. the fifty cent column. 1 am in
fawr of protection to the poor, the
wealthy class, and corporations are
will taken care of. What the cor
porations want, I don't want, and
what I want, they don't want. Mon
ey never makes a man. although some
weiltliy men are good men. I am
very grateful to those that not only
voted for me. but did for me what
they could. It matters not what
party atliliations they may have, that
is none of my business. Hoping all
are satisfied, and we willingly submit
to a majority and under the circum
stances did much letter than I ex
pect d. I remain respect fullv.
Dr. Ii. V. Hrendel,
FIRST TIME AS JUROR.
Anions: those who were summoned
as members of the petit jurv for the
term of the district court
(Jerry Stark, one of the
prrminent residents of Stove Creek
precinct. Mr. Stark has resided in
the county for a long period of years
ar.d lias never been summoned on the
j.iry and this is his first experience
is sitting in judgment in the courts.
-Mr. Stark was for years oe of the
leading business men of Kim wood and
was able to settle all his differences
when they arose without the neces
sity of resorting to the law and he
Jelieves this is the best method of
dealing with his fellow man.
An application iias been filed in the
office of Clerk of the District Court
James M. Robertson, by Krnest
George Green, asking, that he be
granted citizenship in the United
States of America and renouncing all
loyalty to George V. King of Kngland.
Mr. Green arrived at the port of Se
attle on November 4. 1920 and came
direct to this city where he is now
employed JUd will as ioou .:s the
couvte of the law permits beconi" an
American citizen. Mr. Green is a
niphew of Kichard Avard of this city.
LACK OF HOUSES
Lee Sharp Finds Difficulty in Get
ting Places for a Number of
Men He'd Employ.
For many months the hfu.-dng sit
uation lure has been the subject of
more or less discussion among the
business nun and others interested
in the proper development of the
community and the lack of suitable
homes has prevented many from
coming to this city to reside.
In conversation yesterday with K.
('. Sharp, head of the Western Ma
chine company in this city, he stated
that the work in his muchi'ii" shop
at the present time would permit the
hiring of fifteen or twenty addition
al men if the proper homes for the
men and their families could be se
cured. Mr. Sharp is desirimis of
employing skilled machinists to carry
on the work of building the high
class machinery of which lie is the
manufacturer tinder special patents,
and has had correspondence with a
number of mechanics who desired to
come hut were prevented by the fact
that it would be inipos.-ibb' to secure
homes for the workmen. This class
of workmen command high wages
and are of a high type of citizenship
that would be very valuable in the
life of the community, but without
a proper place for them to make their
homes they are n.t enthusiastic over
locat ing here.
The development of the city de
mands flat some relief be given in
the housing proposition and the loss
of the amount that might he gained
from the locating rf iii'teen or twenty
high class mechanics lure is a large
amount and would prove very valu
able to the business men of the community.
The day of harsh ph sirs is gone.
I'cople want mild. eay laxatives.
Doan's Ifegulets have satisfiel thous
ands. oOC at all drug stores.
Frank Foreman cf This City Notified
of the Whereabouts of His Parents
and Brothers and Sisters
A cablegram has leer, received
ti'is city by Frank Fort man from the
American Relief coinmi-i;n at War
saw. Folar.d, givin:; him in f-jri.iat ion
of his parents and brothers and sis
ttis. frm wlin he has not neard
for a long period and wh-"se fate has
been causing him a great deal of con
cern. The Foreman family resided
in Fast Prussia, which was during'
the world war. the scene of consider
able devastation by the Ku.-tian
troops during their invasion of 1914
ar.d al-:o has keen the scene of nvre
or less lighting' :ince the .signing of
tl ' arniistir-e between the 1'oles and
the lied armies of Kussia.
The Foreman rYmily have In
al le to reach the American Ilelief
;: ) and are being car-'vl for at 'he
h" ; ddoiian ers in "the t'olish capita!
ciy. until the response from Frank
cc. aid In- received. Frank Foreman
if -iving the request for M. ::(: that
wiil 1; r.uuired to pay the cost of
tli tran.-ptjrtation of the family from
Wh r.-u v T-; the United State--, lias
cabled i:;s reoiy tl at the money will
be for tin f.-ialiig ar.d in a r: time
he h( pes to ! e able to unite hi; fam
ily in this country where ihey can
forget the hardship, and sufferings of
the six ye;irs of war i.nd privation
th;t they have underwent in Kurope.
The news of the safety of his fam
ily brought, much pleasure to Mr.
'"p; ( man and ho can hardly await
the time when the aged parents and
the six br -. hers and sisters will ar
rive in the Fnited Slates.
'h-zema spreads rapidly; itching
almost drives you mad. For uuick
relief. I'oan's Ointment is well recom
m t'.ded. 00c at all stores.
YOUNG m ENJOY
A SPLENDID TALK
Attorney Rmvls Speaks to Young:
lien's Bible Class Last Evening
Occasion Much Enjoyed.
FYr.m Tu'S(!ay's Dally.
I iis-l evening the members of the
Vouug Men's IHble Class of th"
Methodist church enjoyed a very de
1 it;!; t ful time at their rooms and
the chief feature fit' which was the
in'erestiriK address ;;iven by Attorney
C. A. llawls on "The Challenge of the
Hard Task." In his remarks Mr.
Kawls pointed out the fact that the
mot d sired attainments are won
only after a determined ini:,l(' and
that easier way had brought noting
of l:-stinn u'-e or fame to the man who
had followed that, course, but to the
man who had fought against the
greatest txids and won undying fame.
The class'had expected to have Judge
Itegley address them on "Cit h'.enship'
but the judge was unable to return
from Omaha in time for the meeting
and Mr. Kawis very graciously con
sented to till the engagement and the
members of the class and their friens
were more than delighted with the
excellent, talk afforded them.
-A s'hort time was spent by the mem
bers of the class in an informal mu
sical program which was followiI by
a feat of pumpkin pie that proved
very enjoyable to every member of
OHICHESTER S PiLLS
, iSy !..llfl An yrMi'lra4,-f.t for
f S ',S-'-''erllanif.ndT;;odA
V TV! .? h.. r,inl ith T.i-.- ''. , V.'
I'l.H in Ut tl an. I oli r -1.1;
hr,, sr-'.irM uh l.i-'tj !::.
!I4."V.! M (UK f r
From Monday's Daily.
Mrs. A. I). Asch of near Murray,
was in the city today for a fc?w hours
vis.it ing with friend and looking
after some matters of business.
Ir. and Mrs. Frank Burgess of
Cedar Rapids. Xih.. and Mrs. Casper
Thygeson and little daughter., Ruth
of Nebraska City, arrived this after
noon to enjoy a visit hero with the
father of Mrs. Thygeson and Mrs.
I'urgess, A. W. White, who is expect
ing soon to leave for California.
Lou Johnson of Jackson, Michigan,
who has been here visiting with his
br;;t her-in-la w. Willintu nallance.de-
narted this morning for Sioux City,
for a short visit and will then go to
St. I,ouis for a brief stay before re
turning heme. Mr. Johnson is an
engineer for the Michigan central.
From Tuesday's Pally.
For iron;) or sore throat, use Dr.
'rhomas' Ktlectric Oil. Two sizes,
".Oe and t'.uc. At all drug store.;.
J. I). Rrambktt of Fnion, came up
this morning to attend the session of
the district court as a member of
the jury panel.
Lewis Alt vers of Cedar Creek, was
one ot the jurors rt porting this morn
ing at the district court for tervice
as a number of the petit jury panel.
Charles G. IJailey of Klinwood,
came in this morning to answer the
.-uninu.ns of service on the jury panel
for the November term of the district
Mrs. J:u.k Patterson of Fnion, was
in the city today for a short time,
nroute to Omaha, where she visited
i- the day attending to some matters
i i" business.
Carl F. Day. one of the prominent
icsidents of Weeping Water, was in
the city today to attend the opening
-essioii of t he district court as a mein
1 r of the jury.
County Commissioner-elect Fred II.
Corder. came in this morning from
Weeping Water to attend the district
o;.;t. being a member of the jury
panel for the term.
Henry Jleehner, of Cedar Creek,
wlm was at Xehawka yesterday on
business. L.pt nt a few hours here to
day as a .result of missing his con
nection with Iturlingtou train No.
William A. ("leghorn, William
Coatman, A. J. lHitrich and August
i'autsch of Louisville, were in the
city today, being drawn on the jury
pane! tor the November term of dis
u ict court.
'.".-m WcfltiescJaji-'s Dally
William Retts. one of the residents
c: near Avoca, was in the city today
attending to a lew matters of busi
L. U. Snipes. .county agent, was in
the city today far a few hours attend
ing to some matters of business at the
Louis Born was among those go
i:.:; to Omaha this morning to spend
a few hours attending to some busi
:h -s matters.
Carl Xavgren was a business visit
or in Omaha today for a few hours
a." ending to a few business mutters
Sheriff C. D. Quinl.m was a visitor
i:: Orcenwool today, being called
th'-re to look after some business
for the county in that place.
William Rtarkjohn was a passen
this morning for the metropolis,
where he was called to look after
-oiT'e matters of business for a short
i Iowa rd Newton and brother. Ilor
ace Xewton. were among those going
to Omaha this aft moon to spend a
lev. hours looking after some inat-
t er ; of business.
Mis. Frank J. Lihershal an Mrs.
August H. Rath were among those
going to Omaha this morning to
.-p- riu a few hours lookin gafter some
matters of business.
.Irs. Carl Ma Chiasmi of Newell
lo. a, is in the city visiting with her
father. Will Rite, who was injured
so severely by being thrown from a
wagon load of lumber.
Mrs. Charles lliit was a visitor in
Omaha today spending the day with
her daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Gamblin
at ;he hospital, where she is recoyer-
i.i;; HDiii h u operation.
1 icnry Ahl and John A. llennings
i f Louisville, were among those visit
ing in the city today with friends
while Mr. Ah! was looking after some
matters at the court house.
L. II. Young, one of the prominent
residents of near Xehawka, was in
the city today attending the trial of
the case of William S. Doughty vs.
Fair Young in the district court.
''. W. Smith was in Omaha today
for a few hours attending to some
matters in connection with securing
the costumes for the. forthcoming
minstrel show of the eampfire girls.
Ftrl M. Sie.rt departed this after
noon for Omaha, where he will con
suit a specialist in regard to his in
jured hip that has beeu. giving him
more or less trouble fr some time.
Vv'oman l ives a clear, rosy com
plexion. Burdock Blood Bitters is
splendid for purifying the blood,
clearing the skin, restoring so'und
digestion. All druggists sell it. Price
Harry Powell and Joe Davidson,
who have been employed here in the
Burlington shops departed this morn
ing for their home in Paducah, Ken
tucky, where thev expect to spend
Kditor Leo J. Alayfield of the Louis
ville Courier, accompanied by Mrs.
Mayfield. motored down from Louis
ville this afternoon- lo spend a few
hours here looking after some mat
ters of business.
Martin L. Frederich was among
those going to Omaha this morning,
where he will attend a meeting at
l he Hotel Catk' that will be ad-otei-.cd
by Revenue Collector, George
L. Loomis on the income tax propo-j
. . ? j ,
?. ncirn, o o.
Sv'ira arc crimped
' nut jtcnted.Vvit'U
zee it in the scam of
crenj Sjnir. You 11
find it means better
lastc, easier draw
ing, sfou-cr burning.
What Do We Mean
Wc put Spurs on the market with our
eyes open. We knew "There was Room
n't the Top for highest possible quality
at lowest possible price" and we said so
And nor. Fpurs are perched at the top
Imt r didn't put them there. Smokers
did it ihemsckes. You can't keep a good
thing down and it didn't take smokers
long to discover that Spur had something
What was it? Just that good old
tobacco taste that quality of bygone
days. Spur's blend is choicest Turkish,
fine Burley and other home-grown tobac
cos and it's some blend.
Now how about smoking a top-notch
Liggett 5c Myers Tobacco Col
I ' .
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. B
One of the circular glass windows
in the revolving doors in the gov
ernment building is minus today as
the result of the practice of tome of
the school children in attempting to
make a merry-go-round of the doors.
Yesterday afternoon a lad was com
ing into the postoffice and had a num
ber of bundles as well as a bottle of
milk in his hands and as he attempt-i find themselves interviewing
... j , ,.r )i.l law" for their misconduct i
eu lO go III l lie UUOi euliic yjL iiit
gang of youngsters who were loaf
ing around the door started the
doors to moving at a high rate of
speed and with the result that the hoy
was thrown against the glass which
was broken and fortunately the lad
was not injured. This practice is
something that should be stopped and
some of the youngsters are liable to
j law" for their misconduct if they
i continue to make the government
building a place to carry on men
For 45 years folks in your locality
have been buying pianos from A.
Hospe Co., Omaha. They handle the
famous Culbransen Player. Write or
phone them for particulars. o2S 4tw.
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