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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1921
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
from Retail Clothiers Convention, Omaha, Feb. 3:
Ward Burgess says:
"We've reached the turning point. Even at these low.
prices Nebraska has 500 million dollars worth of pro
ducts to dispose of. I see no reason for us to get the
glooms. We received more orders one day this week, i
than for any whole week between Oct. 10 and Jan. 15th.
Gerson L. Levi, of Philadelphia, says: y
"There will be a scarcity of desirable merchandise.
Deliveries for Spring will be slow and uncertain."
Jno. L. Cain, Prominent Banker, says:
"The money situation is much better. By the sec
ond quarter of 1921, we shall enter a substantial era of
Henry R. Rissmen, of Chicago, says:
"Clothing is now selling at retail for less than it can
Henry P. Williams, of Chicago, says:
"The time has come for us to think prosperity, talk
prosperity and work for it.
C. C. WESCOTT.
"You Can't Beat
That Route for
said a much-traveled man,
referring to the Burling
ton, Denver & Rio Grande
and Western Pacific that
great central, scenic high
way through Colorado and
Salt Lake to California.
Folks just naturally want to see
all they can when they travel.
This service offers the biggest
possible travel treat. The
schedule was planned so that
all the best scenery is passed
It takes a little longer, but it
costs no more. It is an ideal
route going, returning or
W. It. CLEMENT
From Thursday's Daily.
Kalph Wiles residing near this
citv waj operated on this tacrning
liy'ur. II. Leopold for the removal
oi' his tonsils and the operation
proved very successful.
County Assessor William Runimell
departed this morning for Lincoln,
where lie goes to attend the meeting
of the a.-sessurs of the various coun
ti' that is being held in the capital
city th:s week.
I'l'-arlrs Mcliuire. Jr.. departed this
morning for Osmond, Nebraska, at
which place he will make his home
on the farm of his brother-in-law,
William Becker and family for the
prtreiit at lea't.
II. Floyd Stone and wife and Miss
Lilm-KIini!?. " stettr of Mrs. Stone,
cuuie- .:? yesterday from their home
at Dan-son to visit here with the par
ents of Mr. Stone and this morning
departed for Omrha. where they will
spend the day.
.lr. and Mrs. A. L. Todd arrived
here yesterday for a short visit with
thir relatives aad friends in this
portion of Cass county. but were
called back to' their home at Cresco
by a message announcing the illness
of their little- grandchild, the parents
of the litl? ono, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Meisinger. having summoned the
grandparents back home.
John Schwartz, the veteran paint
er of Xehawka was in the city for
a few hours today enroute ome from
Omaha, where he has been taking
medical treatment. Mr. Schwartz
has been in rather poor health for
some time and fs now taking treat
ment each week of a specialist in the
A Good Medicine for the Grip
A VERY PRETTY
Miss Hermie Spies and Mr. Frank H
Schuldice Are United in Mar
riage at St. John's Church
Waitt. South Gardiner,
Me., relates his experience with the p.
Krip. "I had the worst cough, cold
t' " . , , - . some
trasn or. no account.. tnamDenaiu &
Cough Remedy is the only thins that
has done me any good whatever. I
have used one bottle of it and the
cold and grip have left me."
AT ST. CATHERINE'S HOSPITAL.
The statement was made through
error in the Journal that Mrs. J. C.
Ptak of this city was at the St. Jo
seph's hospital in Omaha, taking
treatment when it should have been
at the St. Catherine's hospital and
the announcement has caused some
confusion among the friends of Mrs.
Ptnk who have desired to visit her
at the hospital.
For the Liver and Bowels
When your liver and bowels be
come torpid get a bottle of Chamber
lain's Tablets. They will tone up
your liver and cause a gentle move
ment of the bowels. They also im
prove the digestion.
Frrm FrifJ-iy's Pail. v.
Jack Patterson, of Union, came up
last evening to visit here with friend-?
and to look after some business mat
ters ftr a few hours.
Mr. V.. W. Livififsston and daugh
ter. Mrs. Myron Wiles, were umiiiie
th.-s going io Omaha this morning
cn the early morning Burlington
Mia; i-'lorenee Wineheimer and
Mrs. Jstph Woodruff, of Pekin, Il
linois, are in the city for a few days
enjoying a visit with relatives and
Ch::rks A. Patterson, of Arapahoe.
Nebraska, arrived in the citv lat
evening to eniov a short visit with Henrv Born and son. Leonard, de-
his brothers. T. M. and Ft. V. Patter-j parted this morning for Omaha, at
son and with his sister, Mrs. T. II. I which place Leonard will have his
Attorney C. II . Taylor, of Omaha,
was in the city for a few hours to
day visiting with his many old time
friends and looking after some mat
ters of business at the court house.
Tom Cromwell, of Grant. Nebras
ka, was in the city today for a short
time attending to some business mat
ters of importance and visiting with
Frank Vallery, his local representa
! eye treated by a specialist.
Touching the Botton in Men's
The prices of men's suits and over
coats have hit bo I torn.
j The overcoat you buy now will unquestionably cost
more next year, and it's a high geared punch, that you
will be able to use it for three months yet this winter.
CJ In view of the extraordinary price savings featured, -you
will exhibit thrift by buying you sruit or overcoat
NOW. We are featuring
Some good coats as low as $20.
Some more at 25.
Others as high as. . .$35 and 40.
CJTrilored by such well known makers as the House
of Kuppenhcimer, Clothcraft and the Block company.
This morning at the St. John
Catholic church at 6:30 occurred the
marriage of two of the well known
and DODular vouns people of the
city. Miss Hermie Spie and Mr
Frank H. Schuldice. The weddin?
ceremony occurred at the early morn
ing service and the nuptial mass was
celebrated by Rev. Father M. A
Shine, and attended by a number of
relatives and close friends of the es
timable young people.-
The bridal couple were attended
by Mr. and Mrs. Louis" Egenberger.
Jr., and the bride wore a very haitu-
costume of blue accord iar.
pleated taffeta with a picture hat ol
brown and wearing a corsage bou
quet of red roses, while the groon
was attired in the conventional dark
Following the wedding t'e brida)
party were entertained at a' wedding
breakfast at the home orthe bride'f
mother, Mrs. Louise Spies in the west
portion of the city, who vjas assistec
bv her daughter. Mrs. LeRoy Clin
of Havelock. The bridal couple de
p:irfed on the early morning Bur
lington train for Omaha and fron
v.-.ere they will go to Dos Moines
Iowa, for a short visit with friend:
:;TiJ will return later to this cit;
where they will be at home to tlieii
friends for the present at least.
The newly wedded young people
r-e too well known to the resident:
of the city to require an extensive
introduction and they are both lovec
ar.d esteemed by a very large -circle
of warm friends who have, in the
years gone by learned the true value
of the splendid attributes of these
two worthy young people. The
brkle is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Spies and has lived
in this citv for her entire lifetime
and graduated from the Plaitsnioutr
schools and has tince been very ac
tive in the circle of friend in which
shii moved. Mrs. S.:huldics has been
for the past few y-ais employee! a:
the ijookkeeper in the oflice of C. (J
T-'rieke and Company and her elfl
cient work has been such as to make
her a valued asset in the business of
fice, a lady of more than usual churni
of personality she has made a host
oi warm friends who will join in
wishing fir all the happiness that
the future can hold for her. The
groom is ali a Plattsmouth boy
and son of Albert Schuldice an 1 was
reared to manhood here, where he
has spent the greater part of his
life. During the war Mr. Schul
dice was in service in the engineer
ing branch c the army and spent a
year in service in France and since
his return home has been in the
employe of the Union Pacific at Oma
ha in the shops in that city. A gen
tleman of the highest character he
is well worthy of the charming help-
i mate that he has secured and to these
two happy young people the hearty
well wishes of their friends will Lie
B. Partridge of This City Rounds
the Four Score and Ten Mark
and Celebrates Event.
On February 1. 1S:11 at Little Jay,
ssi-x luuiur. Aew iuii., ...
15. Partridge and today in tins
citv he is observing the passing oi
his 90th birthday, surrounded by
hi? relative.- and friends and receiv
ing the congratulations of the many
old time friends.
Mr. Archer has been a resi
dent of Plattsmouth since 1SS1 and
lias bc-en one of the industrious cit
izens of the community during, his
lesidence here and has by his pleas-,
ant manner mad? many warm
friends. Mr. Archer was deprived
of his helpmate and wite in ISS-i ana
has since made his home witn nis
daughter, Mrs. Sam Archer and fam-
ilv. There are the two children.
Mtf. Archer and Floyd Patndge. ot
Omaha, to observe with the tamer
the passing of his anniversary which
marks almost a century of a very
There are few wo are given the
innortunitv of reaching in is ripe
old age and this venerable resident
f this city can well feel proud or
inH.H'.l"l qui WW'1''1
Wc have unearthed .! dozen men's
blue-white Ftripe overalls; mostly 38,
4. 42 and 44 waists. They're yours
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite with the mothers of small
Lcuildrcn for colds, croup and whoop-
Ig cough. Its pleasant taste and
j tie preempt cures which it effects
LLhiis won the good opinion eif moth
ers everywhere. As this remedy con
tains no opium or other narcotic it
may he given as confidently to a baby
as to an adult.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
A. B. Fornoff, of Cedar Creek was
ii the city today attending to some
trading with the merchants and vis
iting with friends.
L. T. P.anner, of Imperial, Ne
braska, was in the city yesterday ar.d
to-day attending to some business
matters of importance. )
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts came
in thi3 morning from Cedar Creek to
spend the day here with relatives
and friends and were accompanied
here by J. J. Roberts, of Sioux Falls,
South Dakota, wjio has been visiting
at the Roberts home.
MURRAY MAKES A
a Report of Births and Deaths for
Quarter Ending January 20
Sets a New Record.
Countv Clerk George It. Saylcs has
received from the state welfare de
artment a certified copy of the
-Irths and deaths of Cass county
or the quarter ending January 20,
D21, which the duly appointed regis-rr:-,
have filo-l in the office of the
cer' tary of that department and in
hose reports our neighboring town
Murray sets a great record with
-vortv-two births and not a death
'c.T the period. This is a record that
n-Jicates Murray is a growing con-
aiunity and if the rate in kept up
here will be a large population ere
The reports Itom the different reg
btrars were as follows:
J. A. Shaffer, Alvo, one death and
J. A. Oardnoir, Eagle, one doath
n.l four birth.-;...
Mr.. Minnie P.reudel, Avoca. two
eat lis and five births.
U. I. Clem "tits. Ehnwood, four
lenths and eir-ili-birth '
V. ,v E. HaVt, Greenwood, two
Wraths' and two "births.
. R. Slander. Louisville, four
eaths and seven births.
W..'i, BoedeUer. Murray, no deaths
nd twenty-two births.
James Melvin. Murdock, no deaths
ivl three births.
II. F. Kropp.' Nehawka, one death
:id three births.
H. V.. Suerraichsen. Plattsmouth,
"o'trteen deaths and eighteen births.
L. R. Upton, Union, one death and
E. L. Hunter. Weeping Water,
hree deaths and six births.
There were a total of 33 deaths re
orte din the county, of which 14
vere in Flat tsntouth. The total niira-e-
of births is SG. or more than two
nd one half times the number of
1 . V K 'I
Seventeen acres of land IV miles
vest and 2 miles south of Murray,
'ix room house and small out-buildings.
3-1. 1 J. L. SMITH.
Elmer Wetenkamp and wife were
nag those going to Omaha this
fternoon, where they will visit with
Ir J. C. Ptak at the St. Catherine's
10-pital for a few hours.
Mis:; fudie Pill, one of the teach
ers at South Rend, came in this
morning to spend the day here look
ing after her musical work.
The price of our dry cleaning
cuts down the price of clothes.
Dainty Dorothy says that she
has found out that we take
most excellent care of the gar
ments entrusted tp us and that
our charges should make friends
for this house. Our dyeing
proves satisfactory, as we use
the latest approved methods and
the best dyes.
Goods Called for and Delivered
to be held at the Otto Schafer farm. 6 miles west, mile north of Murray, 6
miles east of Manley, 4 miles east and 43 miles north of Weeping Water, and
14 miles southwest of Plattsmouth, on
Tiiyrsday5 Feb- Y?th3 1
AT 1:30 P. M. SHARP
There are 14 tried sows, 4 fall gilts and 21 spring gilts. 9 are sired by Improved
Pathfinder 2nd; 5 by Great Orion King and the rest of the sows are sired by
such noted boars as O. L. D. Giant, Greatest Orion Sensation, Grand Orion Sen
sation and K. and B. Great Orion Sensation. They are all bred to Improved
Pathfinder 2nd; Great Orion King; Great Orion Sensation, Jr., and Orion Path
finder. gfThe first prize gilt shown at the County Fair will be sold in the ring, with a
litter by her side, by Orion Pathfinder.
The following prizes were won by us at the Cass County Show: First,
second, third and fourth on six-months-old boar pigs; first, second and third on
six-months-old sow pigs; first on aged boar; first on Junior yearling and Junior
Champion; first on aged sow; first on Senior yearling sow; first on get of sire;
first on produce of dam; first on yomg herd and first on young herd bred by the
FREE LUNCH AT NOON!
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
LOUIE FREDR1CH, Clerk
FO BLIGS ALE !
As I have rented my place and
moved to town, I will sell at public
auction, 7 miles west of Plattsmouth,
cn the Louisville road, .the following
described property, on Thursday,
February 17. Sale commences at
9:30 o'clock a. m.
Please come at thistinie as the
Schafer Bros. Ho Sale will be held
at. the Otto Schafer home immedi
ately after this sale is over. Lunch
will be served at noon by Oscar
One team of f-eldinRs. 11 and 12
years old, weight 28:)0; one team,
mare and horse, 5 years old, weight
2S00; one bay horse, 8 years old,
weight 1740; three good milk cows.
' Farm Machinery
One S-foot Deering binder, one P.
& O. disc, one Deering mower, one
Tri Belle lister, one Best-Ever gang
plow 12-inch, one Hummer lS-inch
sulky plow, one 17-inch walking
plow, one New Century riding culti
vator, one J. D. riding cultivator, one
J. D. two-row machine, three walk
ing cultivators, one iron roller, one
4-section harrow, one 2-section har
row, one hya rake, one 32-foot Mar-
spI'.p norn elevator complete, two
good lumber wagons, one old lumber
wagon, one truck wagon with rack,
one wagon with rack, one truck wa
gon with flat rack, one top buggy,
one sleigh, one manure spreader, one
Sandwich feed grinder with wagon
box elevator, one fanning mill, one
hand corn sheller. one Black Hawk
corn planter, one Moline corn plant
er, one 1-horse wheat drill, one grind
stone, one 6 h. p. Fairbanks & Morse
engine, one 1 h. p. Fairbanks &
Morse engine, one wood saw, two sets
of. 1 inch harness, two butcher
kettles, one De Laval cream separa
tor, one incubator, one churn, some
household goods and numerous other
Terms of Sale.
- All sums of $10 and under, cash in
hand; with a credit of six to eight
months time on all amounts over
$10. will be given, purchaser giving
note with approved security bearing
eight per cent interest from date of
sale. All property must be settled
for before being removed from the
P. T. BECKER, Owner.
W. R. Young. Auctioneer.
H. A. Schneider, Clerk.
KRS. GOODMAN BETTER
The many friends . of Mrs. B. V.
Goodman will be pleased to learn
that she is continuing to improve,
although she has been quite ill since'
the birth "and death of the little
babe a few days ago. With the
present rate of improvement it is
hoped to have her restored to her
former health. The death of the
little one coming a few hours after
its birth has proven a great shock
to both the parents.
A REAL HONEST TO CrOD BARGAIN
Five acres close in, two story
house in good condition, small stable,
land all lays smooth. Terms to suit
to th eright party,
tf-d. W. E. ROSENCKANS.
Can't look well, eat well, or feel
well with impure blood. Keep the
blood pure with Burdock Blood Bit
ters. Eat simply, take exercise,
keep clean and good health is pretty
sure to follow. ?1.25 a bottle.
See the Journal's line of diaries
before buying yours for 1921.
- crjt-. ,v. ' "h'iosi 1 1.
234 Acres of Fine Farm Land at
The Simon Gruber farm located V2 miles west of Union, Nebraska, will
be sold at public aijon to the highest bidder, on
rnnnprtion with Mr. Gruber's regular sale of personal property. The sale of
personal property begins at 10:00 o'clock. This is an excellent farm and will be
sold on extraordinary good terms to suit the purchaser, made known on the day
of the sale. Here is your chance to buy a farm at your own price. Lunch will
be served at noon, so come early and stay an aay.
COL. W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer
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JACK PATTERSON, Clerk
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