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MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
BAZAAR IS CLOSED
GVTHE K. OF C,
Large Crowd Present Last Evening
to Witness the Final Scenes
of Gala Occasion.
Here are two items frpm our
As I have decided to quit farming,
I will sell at Public Auction on the
cM Charles Kroft farm, 3 miles south
rf Louisville aad 3 miles north of
Manley, commencing at 1 o'clock
harp, after a free hot lunch at 12
Friday, January 27, 1922
! e following property, to-wit:
Six Head of Horses
One span cf geldings, smooth
rrouth. weight 3,000; one span of
Mings, ages 9 and 10, weight
i'I..tiVie,.fcorreJ . ir.are, age Q.
'eight' 1,120; one gelding coming 4
years old, weight 1.100.
Nine Head of Cattle
Fcur iuilk cows, 2 giving milk, 2
r-'.iir.g fresh; two heifers, coming 2
vf .-irs old. coming fresh; one Red Dur-
-::m hull, well bred. 2 years old; one
nil coming one year old; one heifer
v. ith sticking calf.
Two red sows.
Farm. Machinery, Etc.
One McCormick binder; one Mc
cormick mower; one sulky plow, 16
inch; cne two-row stalk cutter; one
2 -sec Hon harrow; one Badger riding
cultivator; one Rock Island 2-row
rrachine with tongue guide, new;
one Case riding cultivator; one Jen
nio Lind cultivator; one John Deere
1-row machine; cne Budlong disk;
one Deering hay rake; one Hoosier
pros? drill; ore sweep grinder, good
as new; one disk sharpener; one
Peru lister; one truck wagon; one
rack; two wagons, one good as new;
two sets of work harness; one car
riage; one top buggy; one driving
harness; on; Winselnian corn eleva
tor. 24-foot, with 12-foot extension,
power and jack; one extra horse
power; one 50-gallon gas barrel; one
50-giillon kerosene barrel; one De
Laval cream separator. No. 12; one
7-barrel water tank; one pump jack;
one road i.lip.
Terms of Sale
A credit of S months will be given
on bankable notes at the rate of 8
per cent interest from date until
paid. All sums of $10 and under,
ca.l:. No property to be removed
until sottled for.
R. J. EMBURY,
W. R. YOUNG. Auctioneer.
GEORGE WOOD, Clerk.
There will be an installation of the of f icers of the
Modern Woodmen of America, at the
Thursday Night, January 26th
All members and their friends are requested to
be in attendance. A good time is assured. Lunch
will be served.
By Order of Committee,
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OF TIE SENATE
Committee Chairmaji and Lieuten
ant Governor Say that Only
Six Will Be Needed.
Employes of he senate are now
warned, a3 were employes of the
house, not to ccme to the special ses-
i3 to be considered a hint that IthejrJ
are not needed. This is the substance
of a decision by Perry, senator from
Hamilton, chairman of the commit-
tee on employes, after he held a con
ference with Lieutenant Governor
narrows, president of the senate.
These two officials realize that the
senate, when in session can control j
its own affairs, but in the meantime j
the two omciais oeiaeve tne oniy em
ployes needed at a short special ses
sion are the secretary, one assistant
secretary, two stenographers, ser
geant at arms and postmaster. In
this. they have gone further than 'the
house committee In. asking for the
services of a postmaster. In the sen
ate it is the intention to have the
postmaster carry the mail and assist
the sergeant at arms and do any
thing necessary for the good of the
Governor McKelvio believes the
session ought not to last more than
five days. Few members believe the
work set for can be accomplished in
less than ten days, at which (time the
pay for members stops. They are al
lowed $10 a day, not to exceed $100
for a special session.
The question is not so much how
you contract a cold, but how to get
rid of it with the least loss of time
and inconvenience. If you will con
sider the experience of others under
similar circumstances, who have been
moat successful in checking their
colds, in their beginning, you will se
cure a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy without delay and use it
faithfully. There are many families
who have used this preparation suc
cessfully for years and hold it in high
esteem. It is excellent. "Weyrich &
sion expecting to r.e placed on the ceaseti iaay w as born at Paris, Kcn
nayroll. Failure to receive an official t tucky, fifty-five years ago .and. la
notice that their services are needed rpiide.l in this state for some S ears:
WILL URGE THE
SECURING OF WAR
Fontenelle Chapter of Daughters of
Aermican Revolution to Ap
point for Contributions.
The members of' Fontenelle chap
ter. Daughters of the American Rev
olution, several months ago started
the campaign for .the laudable pur
pose of raising funds for the erec
tion of ia tablet in memory of tho
Ga.s3 county men who hade made the
supreme sacrifice dn the world war,
that their deeds of valor and sacri
fice might not be- forgotten in the
years to come.
The ladies have decided that tliia
.tablet should represent the contri
butions of the good people of the
county and that al! may have an op
portunity of contributing to the
sttme they are arranging that they
wall have special days for contribu
tions from all sections cf the city
and over .the county. This tablet will
represent all Cass county and those
who desire to make any contribution
however small may have an oppor
tunity to do so.
It is expected that the tablet will
:ott from $500 to $600 and this
amount should be easily raised in
the small free -will offerings of the
residents of the county. It is a m.ist
laudable cause and the ladies are to
be congratulated on their splendid
patriotic spirit that prompted thm
in arranging for the memorial to
our honored dead.
The exact location of the tablet
has not been decided on and this will
he probably turned over to the Amer
ican Legion post to determine and
it is probable that the tablet "will be
placed in the Cass county court
Constipation of the bowels- is a
stoppage of the sewerage system that
removes waste matter from the body.
It is as necessary that your bowels
move regularly once each day. to
carry off this waste, as it is that the
wasta pipes cf your home be kept
open and carry off the waste from the
house. If you would enjoy gold
health, keep your bowels' regular by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets when
needed. Weyrich & Hadraba.
RECEIVES SAD NEWS
From Saturday' Dally.
W. T. Craig of this cjty today re
ceived a message . announcing the
death of his sister, Mrs. Hannih
Evans at Monroe, Nebraska. The (le
The funeral Vds lieid'-ttfdaif at" Friend,
j xebraska, and the body was laid to
rest there. Mrs. Evans was the
i youngest sister
of Mr. Craig.
Journal want ads pay. Try them-
The undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction on the L.. H. Puis farm,
four and a half miles west. of Murray,
and 6ix and a half miles east of
Manley. commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m., with lunch served at noon, on
Tuesday ? February 7th
the following described property,
practically new goods and horses in
Nine Head of Horses
One team of iron grays, six and
seven years old, horse and mare, wt.
3,300; one team cf sorrel mares com
ing six and seven years old, weight
3.250; one team of blacks, mare and
horre. coming six and seven years old,
weight 3,200; one sorrel horse com
ing eight, weight 1,700; two bay
horses, coming seven, weight 3,200;
one buckskin riding horse, coming
six years old, weight 950. well broke.
Cattle and Hogs
Five milk cows, two giving milk
and three fresh in the spring; one
registered roan bunn, pedigree doub
le standard, Durham-Shorthorn, and
three spring calves.
Several head of pure bred Duroc
Jersey bred sows. '
Thirteen bushels of yellow sted
One Avery 2-row stalk cutter; one
3-section harrow; one harrow cart;
two John Deere disks; one John
Deere lister; two Western Belle rid
ing listers; two John Deere 2-rows;
one John Deere drill planter; two
Deering binders; . two Jenny Lind
cultivators; one Imperial press drill;
one Janesville walking plow; cne
manure spreader; one John Deere
corn elevator with power and jackf
one new top buggy; one seed corn
drier; two hay racks with trucks;
two truck wagons complete; one
Bain Wagon; one galvanized water
tank; one Ideal hog waterer; two
175-bushel hog self-feeders; one ZVz
h. p. Rock 'Island gas engine; one
Dexter washing machine; one De La
val cream separator; one complete
line shaft; one hay fork .with rope;
ono Big-2 McCormick mower; one
McCormick hay rake; one home made
bob oled; one new base burner; five
set3 l13-inch work harness; one set
of driving harness; one good saddle;
ten tons of prairie hay; one hundred
walnut fence posts; household goods,
including dining room table, chairs,
dressers, etc., and numerous other
Terms of Sale
All sums of $10 and under, cash.
On same over $10 a credit of six
months will be given, purchaser to
give bankable note, bearing eight per
cent interest from date. Property
must be settled for before being re
moved from the premises.
W. R. YOUNG. Auct.
W. G. BOEDEKER,' Clerk.
Prom Friday's Dal? v.
! Last evening saw the close of the
Knights of Columbus bazaar at the
hall on Chicago avenue and the
building wire, filled to its utmost ca
pacity by the jolly and enthusiastic
j crowd to assist the Knights in mak-
jing the event a great success, both
! socially and financially.
The fact that the principal con
tests of the bazaar were to be cloaeu
on thi3 evening drew many and the
greatest interest was shown in the
outcome of there events. In the pop
ular lady contest the friends of. the
various candidates were very active
and from the early, part of the even
ing until the announcement of the
winner the interest wa3 unabated.
Miss Catherine N'ovatney was the
winner of the handsome gold wrist
watch offered as the prize, her vote
being very decisive. Miss N'ovatney
received 746. 1Q0. while Ms5 Eleanor
Schulhcf, her nearest competitor, re
ceived 432.500. Mjss Agnes Bajeck
was third in the contest with a total
of J51.400. The winner was present
ed with the prize ; which will be
treasured in the years to come as a
remembrance of the pleasant event.
The drawing of the fine Edison
phonograph, which was the capital
prize of the bazaar, was secured by
Fred Engel, of Omaha, the veteran
traveling representative of the Mc-Cord-Brady
company, and who will
have one of the most delightful mu
sical instruments to adorn his home
in the future. This was a splendid
prize and one that Mr. Engel cannot
help but appreciate as it is some
thing that will be a joy for many
In- the baby doll contest, the beau
tiful little Columbia dell vas secured
by Ij. W. Lorenz. who held No. 11
in the drawing.
The guessing contest on the jar of
beans was won by. A. J. Toman who
placed a guess of 7,300 on the num
ber of beans in the jar. while there
were 7,205 in the jar and as the near
est correct, Mr. Tcman was given the
Dr. P. J. Flynn had offered a prize
of a $10 gold piece and which will
remain in the medical profession as
Dr. H. C. Leopold won the prize with
No. 49. J. M. Sedlak had donated
three chickens which were won by
Eugene Faryer with No. 8. A fine
painting brought from Germany by
Frank Fischer was won by Miss Jo
sephine Ry3 with,-. No. 93 and the
dozen chickens donated by August
Each, ware captured by Mrs. .Charles
Renner with No. 32.
Tho:e who enjoyed dancing avail
ed themselves of the opportunity un
til a late hour to the delightful mu
bic furnished by the Holly orchestra
and this proved a most attractive
feature, although the large crowd
and the interest shown at the differ
ent booths served to keep the floor
well filled with the seekers after the
many useful and handsome articles
offered for sale.
The final result "-of the bazaar has
not been checked- over but the
Knights of Columbus will realize a
neat sum that wilt be devoted to the
use of the building that the order
has purchased for their permanent
Eody Votes to Accept the Quoto of
$34.C00 Fixed by General
Church for this Year.
From Friday's Datlj
The executive counoil of the Ne
Lraska Episcopal dioceso wa3 elected
a.t the closing session of the council
in Trinity cathedral yesterday as
follows: Hev. Thomas Cas-sady and
Rev. Steven McGJnley of Omaha;
Rev. A. H. F. Watking of Fremont;
C. L. Hopper and John S. Hedelund
cf Omaha, and Henry Gering of
Biihop Shayler appointed four
more members: A. R. Ediwiston of
Lincoln; F. II. Davis, Sam Caldwell
and A. C. Pancoast of Omaha. T. I'.
IsiMwill remains treasurer and C
F. Montgomery continues as chan
cellor. The council voted yesterday morn
ing, despite some opposition to ac
cept the quota of $34,000 fixed by
the general church aa ithe amftunt Ho
be raised in Nebraska during the
. Memibors of the tfcint'ing commit
tee were elected as follows: Rev. A
E. Marsh, Blair; Rev. Thomas Cas-
ady, Omaha; Rev. W. A, Mulligan
Beatrice; W. H. Young. Fremont;
C. S. Smith, Beatrice, and C. A.
When you have a severe headache,
a disordered stomach and constipa
tion, take three of Chamberlain's
Tablets. They will correct the dis
orders of the liver and bowels, effect
ually curing the headache. Weyrich
Books I Books! Books! We have
them till you can't test, at the Jour
Why Mr. N. Windsor (R. I.) Put Up
with Rata for Years
"Tears afro I got some rat poison, which nearly
killed our fine watch dog. We put up with rats
until a friend told me about Rat-Snap. - It surely
kills rats, though house pets won't touch it." Rats
dry up aad leave no smell. Prices. 3Sc. 65c. $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by .
Bestor & Swatek ' Weyrich & Had
raba F. 0. Fricke & Co.
Men's Odd Pants
We're closing out broken lines in our pants section,, They
are all goods from our regular stock mostly Dutchess
and very exceptional values. All sizes represented, 30
to 46. Clearar.ee price
tfroin Friday's Dally
R. C. Wenael of Eagle was in the
city today for a few hours looking
after a few matters of business at
the court house. "
Mrs. Ed Sprieck, of Norfolk, is in
the city enjoying a visit at the home
of her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John McNurlln and with her many
friends in the vicinity . of Platts
ruouth. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
This is a pleasant, saie and reli
able medicine for coughs and colds.
It has been in use for many years
and is held in high esteem in those
households where its good qualities
are best known. It is a favorite with
mothers of young children, as it con
tains no opium or other narmful drug.
Try it when you have need of such
a remedy. Weyrich & Hadraba.
The undersigned will sell at Pub
lie Auction on what is known as the
F. M. Young, Sr. farm, two miles
east of Murray, on
Wednesday, February 1st
The following described property
Eight Head of Horses
One black mare, nine years old,
weight 1450; one black horse, ten
years old, weight 1450; one bay
mare, ten years old, weight 1400;
one brown gelding, six years old,
weight 1300; one black mare, five
years, weight 1300; one black mare,
four years aid, weight 1400; one
colit, coming one year old.
Thirteen Head of Cattle
Three milk cows, one giving njilk,
two fresh soon; seven head on full
feed, consisting of three cows, and
four spring calves; one two-year-old
heifer; two calves, four months old.
Seven head of stock hogs, 'twenty
four fall pigs; nine 80-.poun$i shoats.
one 250-pound ibarrow; one' brood
sow; four pure bred Duroc gilts with
peaigree and breeding certificate.
Bred tq Critic and Sensation boars.
Farming Machinery, Etc.
One John Deere binder; one John
Deere riding lister; one Bradley com
bi ned lister; one Case 2-row ma
chine; one John Deere disk harrow;
one Keystone disk; one John Doere
gang plow; one John Deere corn
sled; one wagon and 'box; one .truck
and rack; one hay rack; one Cen
tury riding cultivator; two Jenny
Lind cultivators; one McCormick
mower; one bdb sled, nearly new;
one 3-section harrow; one 14-inch
walking plow; one 1-foorse drill; one
hand corn shelter; one sweep feed
grinder; one 3 H. P. gasoline en
gine; one 2-tub washing machine;
three sets lj-inch harness; one set
tiy nets, nearly new; rirteen tons
clover hay dn barn; one Monarch
range, nearly new; numerous other
Sale starts at 10 o'clock, punch
served at noon.
Terms of Sale
AH sums of $10 and under, cash.
On sums over $10 a credit of six
months will bo given, purchaser giv-r
ing bankable uote hearing eight per
ceiiii mii'rest iruiu uaie. 1. 1 uuci uj
must bo settled for before 'being re
moved from the premises.
H- L. CREAMER and
W. R. YOUNG. Auct.
W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
One lot representing pure all wool in brown and also
stfme fancy plaids, made with belt; broken d CC
sizes. Clearance price
Otte lot best quality in shadow plaids brown, gray,
blue and green. Sizes 8 to 16 frf QC
Clearance price .. tJlc
FIRE LOSS NOT SO
GREAT AS IN 1920
E. Hartford Addresses Nebraska
Volunteer Firemen Deplores
Light Sentences Given.
Norfolk, Neb., an. 18. C. E. Hart
ford, state fire marshal, addressing
the Nebraska volunteer firemen's
convention today, said the fire loss in
the state last year was 2,164,042. He
considers this sum enormous, but
said it was $500,000 less than the
losses in 1920. He said the public
dees not understand that there is no
actual replacement of this property
when insurance is paid. The insur -
ance is merely new wealth collected
and distributed. The property gone
lip in smoke is property destroyed for -
ever. He believes his office and its
assistants have done good thru a cam
paign of education intended to mould
public opinion and has reduced the
number of preventable fires.
The state fire marshal reported
the loss of twenty-eight lives by fireor before the nth day of February,
the past year, and twenty-one per- jig22.
sons injured. Nearly all deaths and
injuries were caused by carelessnes3
or ignorance in the use of kerosene
or gasoline. He regards kerosene as
dangerous as gasoline when used to
give pep to a smouldering fire.
The fire marshal paid his respects
to the incendiary and said he and his
assistants have inspected ninety fires
during the past year and that 'those
engaged in this great criminal enter
prise are not allowed to pursue their
work unmolested. After he receives a
confession of guilt from a firebug, it
is up to the courts to impose sen
tence. "We have been keenly disappoint
ed in the light sentences that have
been pronounced," said Mr. Hart
ford. An important task of his office is
the condemnation and repair of build
ings. During 1921, 635 complaints
were filed requesting condemnation
or extensive repair. Out of this num
ber 191 buildings have been report
ed wrecked or removed. 133 buildings
have been reported repaired and put
in good iondition and five complaints
have been dismissed as unwarranted
the World9 s Smartest Collar!
The essence of good taste
( for all seasons and occa
sions. Starchless, for
comfort, yet always neat
Van Jack and Van Esty, quarter sizes Fifty cents. .
These extra trousers will
fit in with your widow ered
suit coat, whose Iqwer half
is "gone hut not forgot
Mr. Hartford proposed an associa
tion of fire chiefs in. Nebraska to
study modern methods of fire fighting.
He presented an interesting exhibit
of photographs mounted and framed
illustrating fire hazards and results
of incendiary fires.
DEPOSITORS AND CREDITORS
Xotice to Depositors and Creditors of
the Bank .of Cass . County,
Piatt smouth, Nebraska
To all persons having' money op
deposit, and to all creditors of the
Bank cf Cass County, Plattsmouth,
You will take notice that on the "
ii3th day of December. 1921. the
Bank of Cass County was adjudged
insolvent by the District Court of
, Cass County, Nebraska, and that
, Fred E. Bodie was appointed Re-
That on the 13th day of December,
1921, the court entered an order
that all persons having claims
.isriinKt said hank Rhrmlri filo cama nn
You will therefore take notice that,
all such claims must be filed with the
Receiver at his office in the banking
rooms of the Bank of Cass County,
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on or before
the 11th day of February, 1922, or
be forever barred.
FRED E. BODIE,
Tanlac Vegetable Pills are sold on'
a positive guarantee to give perfect
satisfaction. Try them tonight and
3-ou will be delighted to find the re-,
suits you have obtained. F. G. Fricke
NEW WRIGHT NOVEL
The latest work from the pen of
America's foremost novelist, Harold
Bell Wright, ia "Helen of the Old
House" and the Journal office has
Just received a number of the hand
somely bound novels from the Apple
ton company. This novel Is one that
has brought added luster to the fame
of Mr. Wright as one of the leaders
of American literature. The price of
this edition is only $2.00 per volume.
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