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PLATTSMOTTTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOTHINAX
MONDAY. MARCH 21, 1921.
We are entering the light
ning and cyclone time of the
How about your insurance,
are you sufficiently protected?
I write for the Farmer Mutual
of Lincoln, the Columbia and
Your patronage solicited.
V. T. RICHARDSON,
LORRIES WITH SOLDIERS
BOMBED NEAR DUBLIN
Dublin. March 17. A number of
soldiers riding in a motor lorry were
proceeding along: Redmonds , Hill
street, on the north side of the city,
last evening. when a bomb was
thrown at the machine. The sol
diers returned the fire and "wounded
Another lorry was bombed and
fired upon from windows of houses
along Tamden street, and three
civilians were wounded .when a bomb
exploded in Aungier street.
During a melee near the Ship
street barracks many shots were fir
ed and three persons were wounded.
For the first time since disorders
broke out in Ireland identification
discs were given to the troops last
U W. BORING, a well-to-do
' , Kansas farmer, says he has
gained twenty pounds and is in
betfer general health than he has
been in years, since taking Tanlac.
Gily Properly for Sale!
E. Stone's Hog
Last Saturday at the pavilion in
Nehawka was held the advertised
ile of Spotted Poland China pure
bred hogs by R. B. Stone & Sons,
.vhieli was the best sale which we
have heard (if during this season
Of the herd which were f-otd at this
sab-, leaving a number for hi. own
us'. the returns were something neir
six thousand dollars.
Experienced hog raisers, who deal
oiilv in strictlv the best grades of
j.uif bred hogs, were present from
all over the state and pu released
freely for their own herds, and the.
ale; were of a higher average than
had been anticipated, running be-
t ween $140 and $150 each.
There is a wonderful possibility in
the pure bred hog business as can l;e
Hen by this instance, this being the
lirst sale uhich this firm of father
and sons have made. In 1917, Ches-
One 8-room modem. 3rd and Vine
streets. 1'2 lots. $5,000.00.
One 5-room, ll2 lots, on west
Main street. Good well, cistern.
. . , ., ter and James, the sons of Mr. Stone
flnn 7awi n nrl aim o v r. T-. T horn ' -
"c 1 ,wm u'uu"" v...i, uav... j-rsuadd their father to allow them
11th and I.Iam streets. 52 lots, one; to enter the hog club during tlu
block from hih school. Fine place. war. and they selected Poland
r u,, 0 eo rnnnn China's, this sale which brought this
1 v ' ' " j amount of money and leaves the
5-room house; Zr acres ground, herd for another ami second sale
One acre in fruit and one in alfalfa. ! '!, e. ming year proves the wisdom
r;t -o,. rr,t0 ttT-itf the selection of the sons, with
lights, sewer. ' A dandy place for
Two lots south of the 0-K garage.
$300.00 takes the two.
See J. E. MASON,
Office, 394 Residence, 229
Two n-year-old colts.
tine saddle, pony.
Two 2-year-oH colts. ?:?5.
One I'. & O. 10-inch walking plow,
good as new, $15.
One Queen incubator, ISO-egg
si;:', used twice, $20.
One sf-t work harness, $15.
Saddl- and bridle, $10.
Five ton of prairie hay.
w1k.hi the father joins In the busi
ness the year following their en-
tr a ne
Why Colds are Dangerous
P is the serious diseases that colds
lead to that makes them dangerous.
They prepare the system for the re
ception and development of the
germs of influenza, pneumonia, tu
berculosis, dyptheria, scarlet fever,
whooping cough and measles. You
are much more likely to contract
these diseases when you have a
old. For that reason you should
get rid of every cold as quickly as
possible. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy will help you. Lt is widely known
as a cure for bad colds.
Scotch and Scotch topped shorthorn
bul!. Bred under government test.
PEARL DAVIS, .Murray.
She States It Mildly.
While suffering with a severe at
tack of the grip and threatened with
pneumonia. Mrs. Annie H. Cooley. of
Middlefield. Conn.. began using
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
was very much benefitted by its
use. The pains in the chest soon
disappeared, the sough became loose,
expectoration easy and in a short
time she was as well as ever. Mrs.
Cooley says she cannot speak too
highly in praise of this remedy.
A number of Red Polled, bulls.
Telephone :ill4, Murray Exchange.
A. F. .Vickies A- Son. 4tv.
Selected White Plymouth Rock
eggs 5 c each, and White Peacan
duck eggs 12c each. Mrs. George
Perry. Phone 2S5-W. lm w&d
HOGS FOR SALE
Sixteen bred sows, and thirty-six
shoats. One riding cultivator. C.
E. Allred. R. P. D. No. 1. Platts
mouth. Farm is three-quarters of
a mile east of the four corners south
of Plattsmouth. 19-6td.
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MATTER STILL UP
Judiciary Committee Turns It Over
to the Sifters without Recom
mendation of Any Kind
The house judiciary committee
voted yesterday afternoon to send
to the sifting committee without
recommendation, H. R. 517. Repre
sentative Epperson's industrial com
mission bill. This measure was
strenuously opposed at a recent open
hearing before the committee by
prominent labor men from Omaha.
Lincoln and other places.
It provides that the commission
shall consist of three members to be
appointed by the governor wiili the
consent or the senate. I he o.Iue ot
the commission hall be at Lincoln.
The commission shall have control
over all industries, occupations, pub
lic utilities and common carri'rs af
fected with a public interest, in re
gard to conditions of labor, mini
mum or standing wages. excess
profits, limited production, strikes
and other matters.
The commission is authorized to
see to it that industries, employ
ments, public utilities and common
carriers are operate! with reason-
'Since Tanlac has overcome my able continuity :tnd efficiency in order ,'
t roubles I have gained twenty pounds I that the people may live in pence!
in weight and am in better general and security and be supplied with
iealth than for years past" was the! the necessities of life. It may see to
straigtit-torward statement made a lit that employes receive a lair wage
few days ago by II. W. Poring, aland healthful surroundings. It has
prominent and well-to-do farmer 1 1 v -1 power to supervise, direct and con
ing at Overland Park, Kansas. Itrol.
Huring the two years I suffered! It shall have full authority to in-
I tried everything I knew of to get vestigate unfair business practices
relief, but nothing seemed to reach land the taking of unjust or unreas
my case until 1 tried Tanlac. My onable gains. These practices are
appetite was poor and my digestion I declared contrary to the best inter-
was so bad I could hardly retain mylests of the state and a menace to
food. Nothing seemed to agree with I the general welfare. The commis
me; in fact,. I was almost a confirmed sion may inquire into, hear and Ie-
dyspeptic. My whole system seemed I termine all matters pertaining to
to be out of shape. I would have J such practices.
pains across the small of my back sol Members are to be appointed for
bad at times I could hardly move! terms of one. two and three years,
around. Ithe salary of each to be $:?.000
My nerves were all unstrung and! year. It is provided that in the
would become upset at the least! event either party to a controversy
little thing. I seldom slept well at I refuses to be bound by the decree
night and finally, became to weaklof the commission, this body may
and run-down that I lost weight rap-j bring the matter before the proper
idly. I was also troubled a great I aut horit ies in district court.
deal with catarrh and of mornings! If is declared unlawful to limit
had to spend a half hour or more I operations or production for the pvr-
clearing up rny head. pose of inflating prices. It is de-
This is just the condition I was clared unlawful for a person or per-
in when I began taking Tanlac and it I sons to induce others to quit their
certainlv has been a blessing to me. employment for the purpose of hin-
lt just seemed to be made especially I dering. delaying or suspending oper-
for mv case. I improved from the I at ion. Picketing and intimidation
first. My digestion now is perfect! by threats also are declared uulaw-
and regardless of what I eat I never! fill. Penalties ranging from maxi
suffer anv bad after-effects. Imum fines of from $1,000 to $5,000
"The pains across my back have lor imprisonment are prescribed for
entirely disappeared. The catarrh has violation.
left me. too, and my head is perfect- Labor men recently before the
ly clear. I arn no longer nervous committee objected to the industrial
and rest well at night. I have re- commission bill because, as they
gained my lost weight and am feel- claimed, it has been a failure in
ing better and stronger than I have! Kansas. They argued that organized
in years, l am going to Keep laniaciianor nas Kept radicalism unier n ei
in my house, so it will be handly at and has done much to stamp out bol-
all times." I shevism. It has. they contend, been
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by I of invaluable service to the govern-
NX,Y 22 singers, out of 3,800,
B sing pure notes. R
p Many popular opera and concert
h stars have serious defects in their g
K voices. .
1 t'Stage-pesonality,, enables many j
g a singer of poor voice to gain success S
h as an operatic star. Si
These amazing facts are told by j
J Mr. Edison in a recent interview on $
3 "The Imperfections of the Human g
Voice." Ask for a copy. p
I ffi MEW lMi ' I
I '2 Phonograph
V. ii. Pricke and Company; in Mur
ray by the Murray Irug company.
and the leading druggist in every
JURY IS EXCUSED
ment during a period of unrest. They
argued further that now is a bad
time to stir up a feeling ot unrest
lover legislation which, they contend,
tmav be declared unconstitutional.
The jury panel was excused th's
morning by Judge Ilegley for i wo
weeks and all the members except in;;
those who are sitting on the Gaster
cae returned to their homes. T!i
case fo C Lawrence Stull vs. the Mis
souri Pacific which was to be trie'i
before a jury was decided to be ar
gued on points of law to the court I residents.
THE BEST PROOF
Given by a Plattsmouth Citizen
Doan's Kidnev Pills were used
they brought benefit.
The story was told to Plattsmouth
Mr. Edison h3 listed his
25 favorite tunes. Ask fo
a ccpy cf "What Edison
Likes in Mutic."
What other great Amer
ican's favoiit - sons would
you like to know? Ccrr.a
in veto !
Receive frte, Mr. Edi
son's favorite portrait; m
pan-etcliin.- by Franklin
Booth, 12 s: i? iccbs.
aOitk a Soul 99
He detected and analyzed these vocal de
fects through the New Edison.
If the New Edison can reveal the defects
of mediocre voices to scientists, it can
bring: the perfections of great voices to you.
You hear the world's greatest music
at its greatest, when you hear the New
WEYRICH & HADRABA
IUaok, two-year-old heifer, ear
mark on right ear. Owner may have
fame by calling at my place, paying
for this ad. and for feed and care.
SEA KL. DAVIS. Murray,
and was taken up this afternoon
The case of Elmer Taylor vs. John
Koukal. et al, was passed for the
present term and this practically
completes the jury work for the
has strengthened the evi-
Eggs for Hatching;
For Sale: Harred Rock eggs
Has proven the result lasting.
The testimony is home testimony
The proof convincing.
It can be investigated by Platts
Mrs. s. L. Cotner, Marble street.
for gave the following statement Feb-
l Daily Journal, 15c per week.
- THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Better Buy It NOW!
There is a Big Shortage
in Ford Cars
The buyers who had intended to pur
chase big, expensive cars are putting their
orders in for FORDS.
Better, get an order in for present or
future delivery and be able to get your,
new Ford when you want it.
If you haven't all the cash, we can
sell on the Payment Plan one-third cash,
balance in monthly payments.
We sell them for cash or will take
Come in and give us your order.
T. H. POLLOCK AUTO CO.
Phone No. 1 Plattsmouth
hatching. 75c for 15. $4.50 per 100. Iruary 23. 1916: "I am glad to reeom
MRS. WILL COPPLE. mend Doan's Kidney Pills for I know
m7-Cw. Alvo, Nebraska. from personal experience they are a
remedy of merit. I have taken Doan's
Clover on several occasions for . backache
If vmi are snwlner elnver this ami kidney trouble ana tney nave
snrinir notifv the Farm Bureau o thee always done me good. Doan's have
as we will do some soil work nn wen used in our family for a long
clover and alfalfa.
L. R. SXIPES.
Co. Agri. Agt.
HORSES FOR SALE
I have a number of horses for
sale; also a new International separ
ator. 22x38. Fred Beverage. Mur
ray, Neb. 5t s-w.
time and the results have been very
On May 13. 1920. Mrs. Cotner
said: "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills
made for me. a few years ago has
lasted. I still have good faith in
Doan's and am glad to recommend
them to my friends."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don t
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Cotner had. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Extra early white seed corn, with
red cob. for sale. Telephone 4022.
C. C BARNARD.
NOW DOING NICELY
Three or four
good milk cows.
One Registered Ilelstein bull, nine
months old, priced right for quick
A. O. RAMGE, Plattsmouth.
The many friends of Mrs. Guy II.
Claussen will be pleased to learn that
she is doing ver ynicely following
her operation on Thursday at the
University hospital in Omaha and it is
thought that in a very short time
she will be able to show marked im
provement and the operation result
in her complete restoration to her
former good health.
Adam Fornoff, one of the old resi-
When You Feei Rheumatic
For the aches and pains of rheu
matism Chamberlain's Liniment i3
excellent. Massage the parts thor-
From Friday's Dally.
Ed Dorr, one of t lie prominent resi
dents of near Wabash, was among
those look after matters at the court
li. F. Dill of near Murray was a
visitor in the city today for a few
hours looking after some trading
with the merchants.
William A. Cleghorn of Louisville,
was in the city today for a few hours
attending to some matters of busi
ness at the court house.
A. P. Young and C. II. Schwake of
Nebraska City, were in the city today
ror a tew nours looking alter same
matters of business and visiting with
Miss Martha Vallery departed this
morning for Lincoln to spend the
week with friends. Miss Vallery
will attend the Alpha Omicron Pi
and Signa Nu spring parties while
in that city.
Rev. AV. T. Taylor and wife of Un
ion, were in the city yesterday after
noon for a few hours visiting with
friends and looking after some mat
ters of business. Mr. Taylor is feel
ing somewhat improved in health but
is still far from his former good
From Thursday's Dally.
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dents of near Cedar Creek, was In oughly twice a day with this lini
the city today for a few hours visit- ment and you will be surprised at
ing with his many friends and at
tending to some business matters.
the relief which it affords.
I. N. Hunter, wife, Mrs. E. L.
Hunter and son, Robert, of Weeping
Water, were here today for a short
visit at the home of Rev. A. V. Hun
ter and family, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. N. Hunter.
Flat of four
George M. Hild.
Mrs. Herman Fields came in this
aftrenoon from her home in Council
Bluffs. Ia.. and will enjoy a visit here
with her mother Mrs. L. Kinnamon I
1,000 CHICK BR00PER FOR SALE
1,000 Chick Colony brooder for sale
cheap. James Miller, telephone 3732.
Thomas Cromwell, the Grant, Ne
braska, land man. came in yesterday
afternoon to enjoy a visit here for a
short time attending to some busi
Mrs. Casper Reitter, of Deadwood.
South Dakota, who has been here
visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Lena Droege, has returned to
her home in the west, and was ac
companied as far as Omaha by Mrs.
Droege and Mrs. Ben Hankinson.
W. Z. Wood, one of the large stock
feeders of McPherson county, arriv
ed in the city last evening for a
short visit here at. the home of his
brother-in-law. George B. Mann and
family. Mr. Wood shipped several
cars of cattle from Kearney to the
Hand engraved Easter cards m a nrnaha market and while there de
and her sister, Mrs. Herman Gartle- j large and inviting line can be found jcided to drop down to this city for
man. j at the Journal office. a visit with his relatives.
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YOU BEST HAVE "LUCK" WHEN YOU GO AFTER IT RIGHT.
A SURE WAY TO FIND LUCK IS TO BANK YOUR MONEY REGU
LARLY AND ADD TO YOUR BALANCE.
THE MORE MONEY YOU HAVE THE MORE POWER YOU
HAVE POWER TO INVEST OR EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS AND
EMPLOY OTHERS TO WORK FOR YOU.
START A BANK ACCOUNT WITH US, OR INCREASE THE
BALANCE YOU ALREADY HAVE.
WE INVITE YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
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