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PLATTSMOTTTH SEMI-WEEELY JOTTBNAX
MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921
J ALVG DEPARTMENT
.V. M. Myers, vi Line. ..In. was in
Orville Ingwerson autoed to Lin
coln l-'julay -afternoon.
!'!. Muir and wile wvre Lincoln
visitor's Friday aflcrnoon.
("lias. Sli-i'n, 1" Lincoln, visited
r!ilivs here Sunday ; fternoon.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles liirl: pat lici:
r tiinn'! t"r?'ii Lincoln Tin'S-1' y -veiling.
Mi.-s I f T ; Shaffer Fpent th week
end vsiili !i"r cousin. Miss H:-z'-i
! r. I.. Mnir anl family motored
') Milroril Sunda.v, spending t!u? day
v. i'li relatives.
Air. and Mrs. V.'. II. Sliders spent
S'li'.iiav v.iih Mrs. Si'ders' daimb'er.
. ai'i! family
It. K. Kei!
auioeii iv, r
inir fin A ! '
ilau-'ii: er. Mi-s
tl.e winter in I
Mrs. L't'ief Williams
f:i'ii;hter. Uutli. of Lin
i.?,v. n Fn'.hiv to vi-ut her
ilricMliiy niht, call
i:! I'i'f a shon t iine.
'. f l. Jr.;: 'i ;ir,(I
Kami:!. wh' spent
s AtmHes, returned
home of Mr. and Mrs. George 1.
Master Russell Campbell, of South
Mend, accompanied hi.-, aunt. Miss
Frances Campbell on Iter return to
school Mor.diy morning, remaining
until Tuesday night, whfii he re
turned on the Jersey.
Dinner fruits aT the .M. C. Keefer
home last Sunday were their daugh
ter and h'lshand. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Cole nl Mr. Wiles, of i'lat tsmouth.
Mis-; Frances Campbell, of South
B.-nd. and Mr. Chnrles Schaefer, of
Mr. and Mrs. TInrry Appleman
motored to Lincoln on Sat unlay ami
were accompanied home by their
laughter ami husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Farlev Young and Mrs. Appleman's
brother, Frank rptegrove. who vis
iteil over Sunday with them. Mr
I'ntourovf visited h i.s mother. Mrs.
K. 1.. I p'ttTove, until Wednesday
peal at the close for people in decide
for Christ, ami quite a number rose
in response. We think the commun
ity owes a debt of deep gratitude to
Dr. Boeye and his wife for their
splendid services on that day, and
likewise to Dr. Clements."
Special revival services are con
tinuing each night with decisions for
ciirit each nierht. among -wnom are
nnnnle nrominent in the community.
The meetings will continue indel
ERNEST A. KNIGHT.
MRS. J. M. CRAIG, of Los An
geles, Calif., who says no one
can feel more grateful for what
Tanlac has done than she does.
Has gained twelve pounds and
health is better than in years.
(. j-i?U;. M r. a
-uav nigl.t. w!
t'tl Sew.-irf a
,l ll i
Mr. a:: I .rrs. S. ' '. H"
co'ipli" i d;ivs la.! vet!
v. it i Mr. .ii"l Mrs. W. ().
Koyle w.is t;:iit sick ;
t : I : b.-f r r air;? i n.
ired Sunday v. :ih
11. Stn.en.er i
ri . arid Mt
s'Tvic.'s at tl
Mr hi i For
r. A. W.
it.md. vi :
Mrs. J. A.j
Jr.. Mid fam-i
Sand. iv ev n-
v ley. r.
of F!-iiv. (i')il. vis
liis si-:t .'.i i .-. J.
iiirii'-' r. Ma-
d Tin- i e-deiijcati'i'i
in' Omaha, spent
l.'.y i.'-re ,itli
Sundav. March 2uth was a notanie
l:av in the hi-torv of the Methodist
irdiurth and the comniunity of Alvo.
I F.r i that day was rededica'ed th
'cli'treh with its new and splendid
! eiiaipmeiit. Dr. J. F. Doeye. district
s.'i'-rinTt-ndent of the Lincoln dis
trict, was present and preached the
d dicatorv t-crnion. and at the close
conducted tiie service of dedication.
Iiefore the church was rededicated
iowevr. i' was necessary to raise
the mo;:--y to pay o:T the indebted
ness thai remained on the project.
(Hie thousand dollars was asked for.
wi.icii was raised in less than thirty
nii'ii:t"s. 1'eople continued to give
o: their money however. till the
sum of .M.T'oi was pi Mlired. and
jsin-e tht day several substantial
j subs riptions liave come. This clears
i th church of every indebtedness of
, an;- kfr-d and leaves a nice margin
' inr fur-i5.fr Improvements,
i In th'- afternoon two splerdid
:ae. iin?rs were he!'". A meeting for
! !.'-! in 'he new basement, hich
j was Iirgely attcni'ed, and was ad-Idr-
s by Dr. J. If. Clements. P s
jtor vi Crrre Meihodist church. Lin
Icoln. At th.? same hour a mass meet
i ir.ir f ;r wr.nien was held in the
i l7 S,
vi I A:
supper gue-is S'l.niay evtuii',
ICO- t'IKI W
it with !i
'church auditorium, and was address
jei v.- Mrs. H'icye. Too much can
Ti-.it be said in praL-e of this service.
! .Mrs. lioeye made a lasting impres
i sion in fhof-e women who were
pre.-. nt. a.:; laid the lounuation ior
fu'ure work that we think will mean
much to this community.
At ni-?ht Dr. IJoeyo preached a
at the i powerful sermon and made an ap-
Worthvjhils Thrashing Machinery!
I sell the IHinob separalors and ste.m engines, the
mcst reliable power threshing outfits, and would like to
correspond with anyone who anticipates needing such
?.n outfit this se?.son.
I can save you some money and furnish you ab
solutely the best machine made.
My territory covers all of Cass county. If inter
ested, call or write me, and I will be pleased to come
onJ see you, going irto detail as to the reliability of
the machine as well as the price and terms.
uying Grain and Stock!
We always pay the highest price for Grain and
Sleek. We own and run our own elevator and mix
and grade up our grain, enabling us to always pay
I AM YOUR FRIEND
argains in Implements!
While tliey last, we are offering at very low prices
implements and farm machinery consisting of:
2 No. 5 Clover Leaf low down spreaders $165.00
One fcur-wheel Rock Island lister 60.00
Two Rock Island cultivators at 45.00
One Sterling disc, 16-16, at 60.00
Other Equally as Good Bargains in
the Best Farm Machinery.
Last Friday a little girl
arrived at the home of Mr. and
Kov (;orthev. They now have
On Tuesday or this week a nine
nound babv girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs Win. Uohn. We wondered why
Hill hail such a broad smile and now
the matter is all clear. Congratula
tions are extended to the happy
Itichard Deles Dernier and wife, of
KImwood. were visiting in Xehawka
last Wednesday for the day. being
guests of their old time friends, J. S.
Rough and wife, and inspecting the
new home which they have recently
Milo Uollaher says that he is now
ready to buy your grain as he is
manager of the Johnson elevator at
Wabash. De will also handle the
implement end of the business at
Wabash and also at this place. We
ligure that it will keep him on the
move, tun ne is equal 10 me ihsk.
On Friday of last week a bouncing
baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ldovd Kidenmiller. Daddy Lloyd is
stepping rather high and is feeling
pretty proud because of the happy
event. Uoth mother and baby are
doing nicely and hearty congratula
tions are extended by the friends of
the happy parents.
Last week we were somewhat in
error when we stated that i. m. i-is-
on made a shipment of p?gs on Mon-
dav. It should have been that Mrs.
Klla Coon purchased all the eggs in
town that day for the IJeatric'
reamery company. Thi. was a rtal
lot of eggs. They were hauled to
Lincoln by O. M. King and made a
big truck load and some had to be
hauled in another truck.
On Wednesday afternoon at 2: HO
o'clock occurred the marriage of Mr.
Win. Vogt to Miss Martha Luetchens
it the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luetchens, east
of Murdock, in the presence of rela
tives and friends. These two young
people are among Cass county's most
respected young people and are herd
in high esteem by many friends who
extend to them hearty congratula
tions. They will make their home
on the groom s iarm near wanasn.
NO CHANGE IN THE
ROMAN CATHOLIC SEE
. ,fr ; .j. , , ;. .j. .Mfr--
W. P. Sitzman. daugnter Eliza
beth and his brother, Paul. drove
over from Plattsinouth Sunday and
took dinner at the Henry O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reed and Mr.
J. A. Schwab drove to Omaha Mon
day and brought home Miss Nellie
Schwab from the hospital. Miss
Schwab is getting along nicely and
expects to be in school again next
week. She is staying at the Bert
Will Preston is enjoying a visit
from his brother, E. P. Preston, of
Kearney, and also his brother, M. L.
Preston, of Pennsylvania, whom he
had. not teen for forty years. They
met on the street here and recognized
each other at once.
Xels Pederson, Anton Jorgensen
and Oscar Anderson drove over to
the county seat Monday, where Mr.
Pederson got the papers that makes
him a citizen of the United States,
as well as this community, where he
has lived for a number of years and
proved beyond a doubt a true citizen
of the IT. S. A.
Mrs. George Shafer, of Benson, and
her niece Miss Marie Sullivan of near
Plattsmouth, who stays with her
while attending school, came down
Saturday evening for the week end
visit at the home of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Ed Pankonin. Miss Carrie
Shafer came down from Manley with
them. Mr. and Mrs. Pankonin drove
them to Plattsmouth Sunday after
noon to catch the train home.
Louie Todd, of Long Beach, Cali
fornia, passed through on the Sun
day morning train en route to Xe
hawka for a visit with relatives
and friends. Mr. Todd had spent
a week at Imperial looking after his
land interests and came down for a
visit in old Cass county before re
turning to California. He reports
the family and the California peo
ple all O. K. He says he lives just
across the street from Mr. and Mrs.
I. W. Teegarden.
At the Business Temperance cau
cus Monday night the following were
placed in nomination: H. A. Crozier,
mayor; C. E. Butler, treasurer; G. H.
Olive, clerk; F. H. Gorder, council
man 1st ward; C. S. Murfin, council
man 2nd ward; Mrs. F. H. Gorder
and J. M. Teegarden, members of the
school board for 3 year term; Eu
gene Colbert for member of school
board, one year term. The commit
teemen named were O. V. Boone, 1st
ward and Chas. R. Gilmore, 2d ward,
with J. M. Teegarden, chairman.
Since the nominations took place H.
A. Crozier and F. II. Gorder resign
ed, which will leave the vacancies
to be filled by the committee.
This morning, Jacob John, an old
resident at the county farm west of
the city passed away at the ripe
age of ninety-two years and three
months. He was born in Switzer
land, December 28th. 1828. and came
to the county farm December 17,
- 1906. -.The funeral will be held at
' the farm tomorrow.
tri jjs fr3 sht
Death of Cardinal Gibbons Not
Have that Effect. It is An
nounced in Baltimore.
people who have taken
t believe there is any
any more grateful to
Mrs. .1. M. Craig,
street, Los Au-
"Of all the
Tanlac. I don
one v no ieei
it than I do." said
of C74 'a E. .40th
"I suffered from nervous prostra
tion and was so weak that 1 could not
even sweep tne noor and during me
day I would have to lie down four or
live times. I tried to walk, but found
out that half a block was all I could
stand. before I would give out. Ner
vous spells came on nie often. Final
ly my hH.sband urged me to-try Tan
lac and I am indeed glad he did. for
it proved to be just what I needed.
"The first two bottles did not seem
to help me. I guess it was because
I was so bad off, but on the third
bottle I could tell I was improving
and mat gave me more nope man
ever of getting well." My improve
ment from then on was rapid and by
the time I had taken five bottles I
was Jietter and stronger than 1 had
been in years.
"It enabled me to sleep soundly at
night and I have gained twelve
pounds. That was several months
ago and from then until now I have
been in as god health as I ever was
in my life. I have told all of my
friends and relatives what a wonder
ful medicine Tanlac is."
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke and Company; in Mur
ray by the Murray. Drug company,
and the leading druggist in every
ASK FOR RETURN OF
NEUF AND ZIMMER
Yank Officer Requests Release of
Men Tried for Attempting
to Kidnap Bergdoll.
Washington. March 2T. The re
lease soon of Carl Xeuf and Franz
Zimmer. American detectives sen
tenced to jail in Germany as a re
sult of their efforts to capture Grov
er Cleveland Bergdoll. American
draft evader, is expected by the war
department. Secretary Weeks an
nounced today that Brigadier Gen
eral Allen, commanding the Ameri
can forces on the Rhine, had been
in communication with the German
authorities on the subject and offi
cials intimated that favorable action
on the request for the release of
the men was to be expected.
This was the first intimation from
the war department that negotiations
for the release of the men were un
der way. It was assumed that Gen
eral Allen acted on his own initia
tive in communicating with the Ger
"We are going to get Bergdoll if
it is possible to get him." Secretary
Weeks declared today in discussipg
the case of the Philadelphia draft
evader now in Germany. "I don't
believe we will recognize any stat
ute of limitation in his case if one
Secretary Weeks would not say
what steps would be taken to get
Bergdoll out of Germany. He re
fused to discuss the possibility of
his extradition by Great Britain for
violation of British passport laws,
but did say that he assumed that if
the state of war between the United
States and Germany were declared
at an end. extradition of the draft
evader would be possible.
Baltimore. March 2",. The death
of Cardinal Gibbons will not precipi
tate the removal of the primatial see
of the Catholic church in America.
This was definitely announced last
night by Rev. Albert E. Smith, sec
retary of the late cardinal. The seat
of the heirarchy will remain in Bal
timore. As the appointment of a
successor the archbishopric here in
volves no issue or question of rank
or seniority, any clergyman in the
hierarchy dominion becomes eligible.
A selection will be made, by Pope
Benedict. In the meantime an ad
ministrator will serve. Bishop Owen
B. Corrigan will probably be named
to this post by the diocesan consult
ors, who meet at the cardinal's resi
In view of the fact that there are
two American cardinals, prominent
Baltimore 'Catholics said today they
did not anticipate the creation of a
new cardinal for Baltimore to suc
ceed Cardinal Gibbons, who died
According to the usual procedure,
the bishops of the Baltimore province
will meet in secret conclave within
two months to select three names for
recommendation to the pope for ap
pointment as archbishop of Balti
more. The cardinal's throne in the
cathedral will be divested of its
brilliant red hangings which will be
replaced by deep purple in anticipa
tion of the coming of a new arch
bishop. The new archbishop wl. it is un
derstood, be one of the three bishops
recommended to the pope, although
he is not required to choose one of
Among the prominent ecclesias
ommendat ion are Bishop William T.
Russell of Charleston; Bishop Mich
ael J. Cuiley of St. Augustine and
Bishop Thomas J. Shan, rector of
the Catholic university.
Preparations for the funeral next
Thursday of Cardinal Gibbons were
approaching completion at the arch-
e piscopal residence today. Mean while j
the body of the prelate will remain .
in the chamber where he died yes-1
terday. until next Sunday evening!
when it will be taken to the cathe-j
dral and there lie in state until it
is removed to its resting place in
the crypt under the chancel after j
the final services. i
Monsignor Bonzano. apostolic del-j
egate at Washington, has been chos
en to pontificate at the solemn re-
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
BUY YOUR FORD CAR NOW
or at least give us your order for there is now a
SHORTAGE IN FORD CARS
We are now filling signed orders in the order
in which we receive them, so if you are going to
be wanting a new Ford of any model soon, es
pecially a Closed Car. better get your order in
before the other fellow, as we are now short on
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
CVp nave a rew slightry used Starter Fords,
uun i iiiwMrin u i iiii ii iji ii n rri.
we have, 1 Coupe like new $G'
Ford Ton Truck
7 h. p". Gas Engine?, like new rt
We are' taking in old Fords on n'W.
in and s-e if we can trade with you.
We sell for cash or on time.
Do not overlook the fact that the Ford Dealer
ues none hut genuine Ford parts and is personally
i:it'-res!-d in seeing every Ford owner gets the
vt-ry be.-t service and attention in our .shops.
We employ none but first class mechanics.
T. H. POLLOCK GARAGE
Phone No. 1 Plattsmouth
Haul your rubbish away. There's always danger of fire
if not removed!
Cineni mass on ihursday and Arcn
bisbop J. J. Glennot of St. Louis,
who delivered the sermon at Car
dinal Gibbons" golden jubilee
also prenich the
Eggs for, Hatching
For Sale: Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. 75c for l.r. $4..r0 per 100.
' MRS. WILL COPPLE.
in7-6w. Alvo, Xebraska.
Single Comb Buff Orphington eggs
for-batching purposes. The weigh
ing, laving and paying kind. 51.25
per 1". eggs; $7.00 prr 100
and 4.00 per .10 eggs. Mrs.
About seventy pounds of good al
falfa seed, all or any pnrt of it.
Christ & Christ.
E. H. Schulhof, piano tuner.
Phone 389-J. d&w.
Good Dragged Roads
Travel by Auto and Save
Money and Time.
T. H. Pollock Bridge
One Registered llelstein bull, nine
months old, priced right for quick
A. O. RAMGE, Plattsmouth.
Extra early wnite seed corn, with
red cob. for sale. Telephone 4022.
C. C. BARNARD.
Scotch and Scotch topped shorthorn
bull Bred under government test.
SEARL DAVIS, Murray.
HeaffhfuS Sport for Boys and Girls
Roller skating makes sturdy children. It's safe,
healthful exercise wonderful sport.
Fcr smooth, fast easy rolling, select Winchester
Roller Skates. Strongly made of special steel light
weight and durable. Ball bearings run smoothly.
Quickly and easily adjusted to the shoes and securely
Roller skating time is here. Let your children en
joy themselves on Winchester Roller Skates this spring.
We have a full line of boys' and girls' r6ller skates.
estor Hk Swafek
the TVINCf5TR store
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1 Public Sale of Bred Sows!
at Gouchenour Barn,
COMMENCING AT 1:30 P. M.
40 HEAD OF CHOLERA IMMUNE!
These sows consist of good individuals, and every one showing that they are
with pig. Come and buy one or more, as bred sows are the best investment you
can make today. Several of these sows have pigs at side.
TERMS WILL BE GIVEN ON SALE DAY!
H. V. HAYWOOD, Owner
W. R. Young, Auctioneer Edward Huwaldt, Clerk
rgplf you have any stock for sale bring it in and it will be sold during this sale.
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