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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOUKNAL
KONDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1922.
Your Hatch is Safer if You Use the
Made up with good devices, necessary to make? an
incubator deliver the full batch of all good eggs.
After the hatch your chicks are made safer from
the bad weather if you use the Queen Colony Brooder
priced at $21.50.
Style K Incubator, 130 egg size $27.50
Style K Incubator, 220 egg size 36.75
Bestor & Swatek
TO RECALL HARVEY
Kepresentative Byan Introduces a
Resolution Aimed at Ambas
sador to Great Britain.
Washington, Feb. 23. A resolu
tion designed to bring about the re
call from England of Ambassador
Harvey was introduced today by
Representative Ryan, republican, of
New YorS. The measure proposes a
congressional investigation of state
ments made by the ambassador
abroad with a view of having him
detached from his post in London.
.Mr. Ryan quoted extracts from
press reports of Mr. Harvey's ad
dress at the dinner recently given in
London, in honor of Arthur J. Bal
four, a British delegate to the arms
conference, and also referred to re
marks made by the ambassador soon
alter his arrival in England in ref
erence to the motives which prompt
ed the United States to enter tb.e
war. , . . . - .. . .
Contending that various statement
of Mr. Harvey "reflect discredit upon
the aims and ideals of the spirit that
"We only Bought Rat Poison
Twice," writes Jesse Smith, N. J.
I threw the first kind away; couMn't be bothered
mixing it with meat, chcer-e. Then I tried Rat-Snnp.
SAY. that's the stufH Jt comes in cakes, all ready
to use. And it sure docs kill rats." 35c. 65c. $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by
Bestcr & Swatek Weyrich & Had
raba F. G. Fricke & Co.
actuates the citizens of the United
States and constitute an attempt to
cast aspersions upon the patriotism
and ideals of American citizens," Mr.
Ryan asserted that "the attitude of
the American ambassador has "at all
times shown him to be a proponent
of England's aims and ambitions
rather than those of the country he
is supposed to represent."
WINNERS OF HARD
Contest Between Two High Schools
There Last Night Results in
a Score of 23 to 22.
From Thursday's Dally.
County Commissioner Fred II. Gor-der-
of Weeping Water was in the
city today looking after some mat
ters of business.
Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy Aids
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
aids expectoration, opens the secre
tions and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. Thou
sands have testified to its good quali
ties. Try it when you have a cough
or cold. Weyrich & Hadraba.
YOUR OWN PRICE
Eighty acres of choice Cass coun
ty land with $5,000 of improvements
25 acres in wheat, will be sold Mar.
I;1,-1922, on the farm 2 miles 'west
and 'one-hair; mile' north of Aim, be
ginning tit 1:30, with free lunch at
noon. This is part of Jacob Kamm's
old homestead. Term3, $1,000 day of
sale." $2,000 in thirty days, balance
carried in second mortgage on the
farm, and first mortgage of $8,000
"may be carried eight years at 6
if desired. Liberty bonds will be ac
cepted at 100 at this sale. Inquire
Purbaugh & Forke, 118 No. 14 St.,
Phone B2362. or A. G. Wolfenbarg
er, owner. 815 Security Mutual Bldg.
Lincoln, Phone B1596. ld-2w
JOHN IE. FRADY
AUTO REPAIRING WELDING!
Careful Attention Given to All Work
CALL PHONE 58
On Wednesday, March 1st
will be ready for the convenience
of Plattsmouth ladies.
A Complete Equipped Beauty Parlor!
. Scalp Treatment,
Also a Complete Line of Hair Goods!
This Coupon Good for
at our Beauty Shop on or before
From Saturday's Daily.
Was it some battle that the Platts
mouth and Nebraska City basket ball
teams held last evening on the floor
of the high school gym at the lat
ter place? The verdict of the spec
tators is that it. certainly was all of
that and then some.
The final score of 23 to 22 in favor
of Nebraska City does not half de
scribe the thrill and excitement of
the game and the closeness with
which the two teams played for the
entire contest from the time the ball
was first, put in play until the last
basket was thrown.
The team work of the Nebraska
City quintet was much better than
that of Plattsmouth in the game and
they enjoyed a better break of the
luck, or what little there was in the
The locals were unable to connect
with nine foul goals, any one of
which would have given a tie.
At the close of the first half of the
game the score was 11 to 11 and the
members of the two teams going their
best and the excitement at its height.
The two teams continued a neck and
neck fight all through the game and
in the closing minutes of the contest
the Plattsmouth boys battled nobly
to land n safe one in the baskets, but
without result as the Otoe county
team seemed favored by fortune-to
win the game.
The members of the local team are
loud in their praise of the fine man
ner in which they were treated by
From Frlcmy'K Daily.
Jacob W. Tritsch was in Omaha,
today for a few hours to look after ,
some matters of business and visit
in? with friends.
. William Propst was a business vis
itor in Omaha today for a few hours,
going to that city on the early morn
ing Burlington train.
H. E. Becker and brother. W. A.
Becker, were among those going to
Omaha this afternoon to visit for a
few hour3 with friends.
W. E. Crabill, of Corning, Iowa.
who has been here visiting with his j
brother. John W. Crabill and family,;
departed this afternoon for Omaha to j
upend a few hours. j
Fred Hirz, who has just recently
recovered from an attack of pneu
monia, was a passenger on the after
noon Burlington train for Omaha to
visit for a few hours.
T. W. Glenn was in Omaha today
for a short time, visiting his daughter-in-law,
Mr3. Leon Glenn, of Ham
burg, Iowa, who is at the Nicholas
Eenii hospital receiving treatment.
e are matchmakers!
MUNITY CLUB HAS
A good many old coats are hanging in dark
closets everywhere, waiting to for; matched
up with a new pair of pants to place them
?n service again. Don't divorce them, but bring them in
The "fee" is light.
here for a match.
Moleskins and Corduroys special $3. 95
C E. Wescot
I3VI-; v no i
' 1- OKK'
ANNUAL ELECTION NORTH STATES HIT
BY VIOLENT STORM
Has Fine Meeting and Newly Elected!
Officers are Chosen at Gather- I
ing Held Last Friday.
the people of Nebraska City and thej Qn Fridav. February 17th. an en
impartial manner in which the game ( t li usiiistic meeting of the Murray
was handled. . Community club was held! about 200
Last night's defeat is the third ad- hein?? presont. A short musical pro
ministered to the locals this year, rram was tnj0yed early in the even
they having been beaten twice by;in
Creighton high. In the recent game ' ;Vrs. Tlov Cole .. delightful
with the Nebraska City team here,
the locals look the game by a much
more decisive score than that of the
hard fought battle last night.
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
ri-.no solo followed Ly Miss Grace
l iritner. who favored those present
villi a violin solo, being accompanied
1-y Mrs. G. H. Gilmoro. Both numbers
were heartily encored.
Mr. L. I. Hiatt led in the singing
rf a number of the old songs, after
having enlarged upon the ability of
r certain gentleman present of whose
Many Plattsmouth Women are Learn- voice he was very jealous.
rouo'.Miig me. entertainment ine
nnual election of officers was held.
Four Deaths as Ftesult of Visitation
in Minnesota Many Places are
ing the Cause.
Women often suffer, not knowing
Backache, headache, dizziness, ner
vousness. Irregular urinary passages, weal;-a33.-
. Kach a torture of 'itself.
Together hint at -weakened kid
neysl . ..r.
Strike at the . root get to .the
No other remedy more highly en
dorsed than Doah's Kidney Pills.
Recommended by thousands
Kndorscd at home.
Here's convincing testimony from
a Plattsmouth citizen.
Mrs. Jos. Alt man, 327 Chicago
Avenue, says: "I had an attack of
the 'flu' and it left my back in a
weak and tired condition and my
kidneys were weak. Sometimes I
could hardly bend at my housework
on account of the sharp stitches in
the small of my back and through
my kidneys. I felt weak all over. 1
had heard so much about Doan's Kid
ney Pills helDlne othpr nennle who
had been troubled as I was I tried
them with the best of results. The
one box I bought at FTlcke's drug
store was all I had to use and I have
not had a sign of any kidney trouble
Price 60c. at all dealers. Hon't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Altman had. Foster-MUbum
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
FORD TAKES CARE OF -
Napoleon. O., Feb. 22. Because
he refused to sue the Detroit. Toledo
& Ironton railroad or to suggest a
settlement for injuries received last
October, William Piso has been re
warded by Henry Ford, owner of the
Piso was badlj- crushed in an ac
cident while employed by the rail
road. Ford ordered him taken to a
hospital'- where lie remained until
Ford's representatives, then made
a proposition to pay all his expenses
while he was disabled, allow him full
pay with a bonus and give him a life
job as crossing watchman here. Piso
He begins his new duties March 15
at a sajary of $6 per day for an
eight-hour day with Sundays off.
Mr. Nicholas Fried rich was elected
president to succeed Mr. C. I). Spang
ler. K. 1j. Kniss v as re-elected sec
retary and Ivan Deles Dernier was
r I or led treasurer.
Chairmen of the various commit
tees were elected a- follows: Agri
cultural committee, Roy Howard;
Public . Highway committee, Fred
Hild; Financial comiyCttee, G. W. Mc
Cracken; . Advertising committee,
Cvcrett Spangler: Hume Economics
committee, Miss Margie Walker, and
Program committee, Mrs. W. S.
After the electiou, a luncheon con
sisting of sandwiches, pickles, dough
nuts and coffee was served.
A number of games were provided
to furnish amusement for the young
folks and everyone was busy visiting
and having a good time in general.
It was announced.'. that the Com
munity club plans on presenting p.
home talent' play in the near future
aider the directorship of Mr. Hiatt.
As I have decided to quit farming,
I will offer for sale at Public Auction
"t my home, known as the Lloyd
place, just north of Murray,
Friday, March 3, 1922
Chamberlain's Tablets for Indigestion
"The nicest and ph?asantest medi
cine I have used for Indigestion and
constipation is Chamberlain's Tab
lets," writes Melard F. Craig, Middle
Grove. N. Y. They work like a charm
and do not gripe or leave any un
pleasant effect. ' Weyrich & Hadraba.
REDUCES THE PAY OF
FIEEME2I AND OILERS
Chicago, Feb. 23. Another pay
slash, this time hitting 10,000 rail
road stationary firemen and oilers.
was made by the United States rail
road labor board today when it an
nounced rules effective March 1st,
eliminating extra pay until after the
tenth hour and setting up a "split
trick" of eight hours within a spread
or twelve without any overtime pay.
The board's new rules supplant t lie
national agreement made during fed
eral control, which lias been in effect
r'-n ir.encir.g at 10:C0 o'clock a.
iil-.arp. 'with lunch ,rved on
grrv.iid at noon, the following
Sixteen Hsad Horses and Mules
One bay mare. S ye-irs old. weight
1.500; one bay horse. 8 years old
weight 1,500; one black horse, 10
:cars old. weight 1,4')0; one bay
horpe. 7 years old. weight 1.500; one
bay mare. S year old', weight 1.500;
one bay horse, 3 ye;i's old, weight
1,350; one i-orrel hor.v. 3 years eld
weight 1,350; one Mack team, 4
years old, weight 2.50o ; two yearling
mules;' two 2-year-old mules; two
yearling mare colts; one yearling
Two ni ilk cows.
Fifteen brood sows.
St vera 1 dozen hens.
Farm Machinery, Etc.
One John Deere birder, new; one
Big Four 7-foot binder; one McCor
uiicl: hay rake, new; (.ne hay sweep,
new; one Badger riding cultivator,
new; one P & O riding cultivator;
one V, estern liell ruling lister; one
Moline riding lister; one John Deere
12-inch st-ig gang plow, new; o4ie
12-inch Sterling plow, new; one
Avery corn planter; one Budlong
disc; two Jenny Lind walking culti
vators; one John Deere steel truck
with hay rack, new; two box wagons;
one o-seeuon narrow; one l-norse
press drill; four set work harness;
one John Df ere 2-row machine, near
ly new; one new top buggy;. one De
Lavel cream separator.
Terms of Sale
All sums of ?10 and under cash;
I on sums over M0 a credit of six
months will be given, purchaser to
give bankable note bearing eight per
cent interest. No property to be re
moved from premises until settled
COL. W. R. YOUNG, Auct.
W'f G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
Tan'ue relieves rheumatism by re
moving the cause. FV.G 'Fricke & Co.
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 23.-Reports
from the northwest tonight indicate
that the snow, rain and sleet storm
that prevailed for the past two days
h?.s subsided, the wind dying down
The precipitation had ceased at al
most all the points in the territory
affected and efforts were being made
to restore the demoralized railway,
highway and wire traffic. .
Four deaths had been reported as
a result of the first storm, two in St.
Paul, one at Rochester and another
at Dilworth. in Minnesota.
Cold weather was following cesa
tion of the storm with weather below
zero reported from North Dakota
and upper Minnesota cities.
The head cf the lakes country ap
peared to have had the greatest
amount of snaw, Duluth and Superior
recording thirty-two inches. To the
west, while the snowfall was not so
heavy, it was piled in great drifts by
high winds, which filled the railroad
and highway cuts so that travel by
train or vehicle was impossible.
Many places were entirely cut off
from communication by wire and rail
throughout the northwest. The Green
Bay district reported 500 telephone
poles down. v
which was accompanied
Rocky mountain area by
Denver, Feb. 23. The greater part
of the Rocky mountain region today
war, in the grip of a cold wave of
moderate intensity extending from
Montana and Wyoming south to Col
orado. Wyoming, with temperatures
hovering between 12 and 16 below
zero, bore the brunt of the wave,
A Judicious Inquiry
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade, pays he has
often heard druggists ask a customer
who wished io buy a cough medicine,
whether it was for a child or an adult
and If for a child, they almost in
variably recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. The reason for this
is that they know there is no danuer
I from it and that it
There is not the least danger in giv
ing it and for colds, crorp and whoop
ing cough it is unsurpassed. Wevrich
ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE
farm two miles east of Mur
T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth.
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Fhone us the news!
: Bigger Yields
on Fordson Farms
THE btg yields Fordson farmers enjoy are the envy cf the
community. The only reason other folks don't get a3
many bushels is because they don't work the land so well.
Plow and disc and culti-pack without delay. That's what
makes the perfect seed bed that brings big yields. Every
farmer knows that is the thing to do, but those who farm with
horses can't seem to find the time.
The difference is all due to one simple thing; the man who
uses a Fordson Tractor and an Oliver No. 7 Plow will plow
seven or eight acres while his neighbor is plowing two acres
with a team. The Fordson farmed land can be plowed at
just the right time.
Over 200,000 Fordson Farmers Use Olive- Tillage Implements
PLATTSfVlOUT EVJOTOR CO.
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