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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI -WEEKLY JOURNAL
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VISIT THE CITY
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"t's the flavor and
crispness that make
IQlhggs Com Flakes so
You'll wish the bowl at your table-seat was about
twice as big when it's "Kellogg's for the feast!"
Great big, sunny-brown corn flakes all oven-crisp
and crunchy crowding each other to spread you
real and true joy! You never tasted such flavor!
Pour in some fresh, cold milk or cream and
fctart in! Well, it'll seem you can't get going speedy
enough to suit your appetite! Was there ever such
a keen appetite maker; such happy,
Tomorrow, serve Kellogg's! What a
jjnfat 1 1 round of appetite-applause you'll win i
y(WCf Great to start the day right!
TftASTcUII Do more than ask your grocer
rVl. II fr ttrr.Tr, flalrftc Insist unon
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WSW II KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes -theyre
rl II so delicious!
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AIm maker, of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cookcJ and knunlled
DEATH OF DR. J. B. DUFF
The death of Dr. J. B. Duff, one
of the oldest members of the medi
cal profession in Cass county, died
at his home in CeSar Creek on last
Tuesday after an illness" covering a
ptriod of same two year?, suffering
from the effects of a paralytic stroke
In that time. He has been confined
to his bed for the greater iart of th2
time and since last July 7tren he
suffered a second stroke he has been
liflples and in his condition the
death was a blessed release, "
He ha3 lived in Cedar Crek for
the -trt -fr4y-year-s. -coming .there
frrm O:eola. Iowa, and was a native
of Ohio where he was born seventy
seven fears ago. He leaves a wife
and daughters. Mrs. Harry O'-
lirk-n and Mis3 Grace Duff, to mourn
hN death-. He was a veteran of the
The funeral services were held
Thursday at the Cedar Creek church
ar.d attended by a large number of
the" old friends.
BY YOUR GO0D3 AT A DISCOUNT
AT SALE OF E. G. DOVEY & SON
The following discounts will be
allowed on all purchases made at
receiver's sale of the E. G. Dovey &.
Son stock of goods:
On groceries 10 per cent on $10;
ov;r ?10. 10 and 5 per cent on all
Dry Goods 10 per cent on $10;
over $10 and up to $20, 10 and 5
per cent; on $20 and over, 10 and
10 per cent discount.
; JOHN P. GORDER.
- , Receiver.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Carrel Plymouth Rock eggs for
hatching. ?-r, pr 1C0. Phone 2221.
MRS. SHERMAN COLE.
m22-Cd.2sw Mynard. Nebr.
If you are going to be wanting a
washing outfit you cannot find a
more satisfactory or practical one
than a Dexter Twin Tub, either elec
tric or power.
Get my prices on Rock Island farm
implements, engines and cream sepa
rators. V. T. RICHARDSON,
m21-3d,tfs.v Mynard, Neb.
Dor.n's Rfulets are recommended
my many who say they operate eas
ily, without griping and without bad
after-effects. 30c at all drug stores.
Anv f kin itching is a temper test
er. The more you scratch the worse
it itches. Doan's Ointment is for
piles, eczema any skin itching. COc
at all drug stores.
IT ycTi have anything to sell, or
want to bey, don't overlook a want
ad in the Daily Journal.
-about two shirts shy?
Most men are. Do you ever run short the day before the
laundry comes home? Do you have to wear the soiled
one? - the one with frayed out cuffs, or the one that is
now too tight for you? Right now is the best time you'll
have to stock up. Assortments are complete.
The much wanted shirt with collar to match,
attached or separate. Plain neck band style,
Frenchstyle. From the Shirt Houses of
Elder and New Era
Priced at $1.50 to $4.75
From Monday's Dailv
Ed Vallery was in Omaha today j
for a few hours, going to that city
,' on the early morning train. j
. y jj ranK vanery was m umana to-1
I day for a few hours, where he was I
Dominion Carnival Company Closes called to look after hir, property in-1
Contract With American Le- j tercsts there. !
"ion to Appear in May. I Mrs. Elmer Weterfcamp and Glen j
j Wetenkamp were in Omaha yester- i
For the first time since 1919 the py vhcre -thoy spent 'the day with'
city will have a visit from a carni-! Elmer Wetenkamp at the Immanuel ;
val company, as the final arrange- hospital.
caents have been completed between N. E. White, of Beach Grove, Iowa. J
the representatives cf the Dominion ! ho was here over Sunday visiting at
Carnival company and the local; the home of his daughter. Mrs. Dave!
American Legion post for the appear j Pickrel, returned thu afternoon to'
j ance here in the first week in Mayihi3 home. j
of the shows and attractions of the j - Paul 1L Roberts was among those
carnival. visiting in the city today from the
It is the intention of the Legion J -cdar Creek neighborhood, comins?
providing the city will give its con-;in to look after 0me business af
sent, for the comp-p.ny to set tneir . fairs for a few hours,
tents and attractions on the lots T , , .
which Hie cfty owns and which they Scl- one of the promin-
' - ' ,,. j,,, .. .i mt ana well known residents of near
Tho mani hurc tho " - - " - - -
Jiow Fireslom Has Reduced
Lost or lire isroice
xpecting to do the work I cn, ami calleu at the Jour-
clear off the lots to fUi,:al whlie m the cit'-
in the future
Lgion are ex
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them for the proper holding of the j .uiumii. wui3 anu sun, uarar,
tarnival and to arrange all the work I &nd daughter, Klossie. were here
preliminary to the coming of the! from near Avoea the last of the week
carnival company. veiling fri'jnds and called at the
The Dominion company comes journal ofhee while here,
well recommended to this city and) F. J. Hennings motored in from
have a large array of attractions of! the viunity of Eight Mile Grove to-
was aeromianied here by
Size I g21 I JgTRedu-cUon
30 x 3 Fabric $18.75 $ 9.85 . 47
30x3 " 22.50 11.65 48
30 x 2lA Cord 35.75 17.50 51
32 x 4 " 56.55 32.40 43
33 x 4XA " - 67.00 42,85 36
33x5 " 81.50 U 52.15" 1 36
anous kinds and shows as well as
mechanical devices for the amuse
ment and entertainment of the pub
lic. The location of the carnival
in the park on Washington avenue
removes the possibility of danger
from the blocking of the streets in
the hiiFip.ess section of the city and
Ilev. JIhode. who spent a few hoars
looking after seme matters of busi
Mrs. Zellie Lewi of Denver arriv
ed in the city yesterday far a visit
here for a short time with her sis-
t ci ., Mr-. A. 11. Smith and her broth
will give the carnival people an op-:cr:.f j. A. and E. II. Schulhof. This
portunity of making a much better , j3 tlie first visit of Mrs. Lewis here
display of their show3 and attrac-,far corae time,
tions. ' "" J !
The matter will to definitely set
tled at the next meeting of the city
council and then the preparations
for the coming of the carnival will
be made by the Legion.
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
JTroio Monday 'a imiiv
From Tuesday's DnMv
P. A. Horn departed this after
r.r.on for On.iha to visit with his
v.ifa at the hospital in that city.
John G;:ucr motored in this morn
from Cedar Creek to take up his
v crk as a member of the jury
Walter E. Palling of Greenwood
t'.i here touav tor a iev hours at-
HOW the cost of building quality tires has been brought down to the lowest
level in history was explained by H. S. Firestone, President of the Company,
to the stockholders at the annual meeting on December 15, 1921.
. All inventories and commitments at or below the market.
2. Increased manufacturing efficiency and volume production reduced factory
ever head 68.
3. Selling costs reduced 38.
Mr. Firestone stated, "This reduction in prices Is made possible by our unusually
advantageous buying facilities, and the enthusiasm, loyalty and determination of our
100 stockholding organization. ;
"Due credit must be given to Firestone dealers who are eellirig Firestone tires on
a smaller margin of profit. This brings every Firestone saving direct to the ear-
The saving through first cost plus the saving through high mileage doubles
Firestone economy and is daily adding new fame to the Firestone principle of service
iur5e majonij 01 xue iunti l,no cul - , tM:(liri5 to a fe,v matters in the coun-
tesianis were in I'lausmcuui on oat
urday last to enter the County Spell
At 10:15 a. m.. Miss Alice Louise
Wescott gave two of her pleasing
whistling solos, accompanied on the
piano Tjy E. II. Wescott. This was an
inspiration to her youthful listeners
V. G. Baedeker of the Murray
L:.te Link was here today for a few
hours looking after some trading
with the merchants.
George W. Pr.yder was among those
cro'rg to Oir.ahr. this morning to visit
and also greatly enjoyed by the large ! fJ" few l:onr ; looking after some
audience of interested spectators who
filled the auditorium of the high
school.- The written contest came
first and the conductor, 11. W. Eat
on of Omaha, the referee, Supt. G.
E. DeWolfe, and the judges, Miss
matters cf business.
William Stohlman, Jr., of Louis
ville was here today to attend the
sjssdon of the district court, being a
member of tt:o jury panel.
Mrs. M. Young of West Point, who
Marie Bookmeyer, head of Home ,:a3 fcccn here-visiting at the home
Vn.)fK)iifs nf Smith Oman.i nisn.' , . , T i
V.: VV tt-w TiT r i icl lr- ana Jirs. iaujcen ijsier, re
Mis3 Marie Hiber of the Omaha; lU!Ded this afternoon to her home
schools, and Supt. L. W. Burby of I , r, , .
Xehawka schooLs, were soon as busy
as the contestants. .... . ,
The written contest closed at noon
with the following as winners: first,
Marie Leach, grade 7, district 17,
Jano Hollis-ter, teacher; second, Ruxh
Applegate, grade 7, district IS, Bes
ide Laltue, teacher; third, Emma
Sudman, grade 8, district 50, Mae
Allen Heneger, teacher.
At 1:15 p. m., the contestants took
their places upon the platform and
spelled continuously until but one
was left and the following were de
First, Rose Brandt, grade 8, dis
trict 18, Bessie Laltue, teacher; sec
ond, Dorothy Wehroein, grade 7, dis
trict 7, Margaret Maxwell, teacher;
third, Henry Woster, grade 6, tlis-1 ir, tjie district court.
trict J. Agnes Baieck. teacher.
ttorney C. I'. Tefft of Weeping
Water was here today as one of the
iegul re preventatives In the cas? of
the Fank of Commerce vs. William
Reese Hastin, president of the
Dank of Commerce of Louisville and
Italph R. Larson, cashier, were here
today to attend the .session of the
C. Petrus Peterson and Claude S.
Wilson, two cf the leading legal rep
resentatives of Lincoln, were here
today looking after some matters in
the county court.
William J. Rnu of the Manley
bank was here for a short time to
ds y attending the trial of the case
cf the Ban kof Commerce vs. Spence
County superintendent Alpha C.
Peterson awarded the prizes of five
dollars each for the first, two dol
lars and fifty cents tor the second
and one dollar for the third.
The next teachers examination
examination will be held Saturday,
April 15th, at the following places:
Elmwood, Weeping Water, Louis
ville, Greenwood and Plattsmouth.
Porenoon county subjects Alge
bra. Geometry, Arithmetic, Reading,
Civics. Agriculture, Orthography,
Drawing, Penmanship, English com
position. Forenoon life subjects Trigonom
etry, Chemistry, English and Ameri
can Literature, General History and
Afternoon county subjects' Bot
any, Music, Grammar, History, Geog
raphy, Theory and Art, Mental Ar
ithmetic, Physiology, Bookkeeping.
Afternoon life subjects Physics.
Phsychology, Rhetoric, Physical Ge
All normal trainers and all teach
ers whose certificates expire this
year are urged to qualify at this
time in order that they may be ready
to make early application for schools.
Mrs. William Stewart of St. Jo
rcph. Mo., arrived here this after
noon to visit here for a short time
with her father, Hon. W. H. New
ell and family for a few days.
PIAI70 AT SACRIFICE PRICE
We have a piano left on our hand?
a perfectly good instrument. Will
deduct amount paid by original pur
chaser. Balance can be paid in easy
laymenlS. Write or phone A Hospe
By order of the court the under
signed was appointed receiver of the
E. G. Dovey & Son store. Parties
owing the above firm are requested
to settle their acoounts immediately.
JOHX P. GORDER,
I write for the Farmers Mutual
and the Columbia.
Your business will be appreciated,
W. T. RICHARDSON.
As I have decided to quit farming
I v iil sell at Public Auction on the
cltl Scybert place, one-half mile
southwest of Cull.-m, eight miles
west and two miles north of Platts
Monday, March 27th
snle to commence at 1:00 o'clock
sharp, the following described prop
3 Head cf Horses
One span bay mares, S years -old.
weight 2,800; one sorrel mare, 6
years old, weight 1,160.
Cattle and Hogs
Five good milk cows; four suck
ling calves; one coming 2-year-old
heifer; six head cf bred gilts, O. I. C.
White; twenty head of shoats, O. I.
C. White, weighing about 200 lbs.
One Moline waKon; one Deere 2
row machine; one Budlong disc, new;
one home-made sled; one set of light
work harness; one sras barrel; one-
saddle; two Jenny Lind walking cul-
fnr.Jtil ,!.- n
iok lister, new; one n is ogui,
EGGS FOR HATCHING
S. C. White Leghorn English strain
eggs for hatching, S4.00 per 100.
daw-m6. HENRY STARKJOHN.
BARRED ROCK EGGS
For hatching eggs call phone No.
37U-W. Mrs. C. E. Cook. - daw-a5
one sot of heavy work harness; two
sets of leather fly nets; one Butter-j
fly cream separator; one Ford tour-,
ing car, 1918 model, in good running!
condition. Many other articles too'
numerous to mention. , . I
Terms of Sale j
All sums of $10.00 and under!
cash; on all sums over $10.00 six
months time will be given purchaser
giving bankable paper bearing eight
per cent interest. All property must
bo settled for before being removed..
Owner can "have same by calling al COL. W. R. YOUNG, A
the Journal office. . W. G. BOEDEKER, Cl
JAMES F. CAMPBELL,
FOUND Side curtains for auto.' . Owner.
Most Miles per Dollar
WIRE BREAKS STILL BOTHER
Strenuous work on the part of
Burlington line repair forces brought
results Monday and Tuesday, so that
Tuesday morning but fwo spots on
tha Burlington in the storm country
still showed lines of wire communi
cation prostrate. i
Wires werb . still down between
Holdrege and Oxford and between
Orleans and Orford.
It was not certain from the reports
but predictions were made that wires
could be gotten up on thece lines by
Tuesday night and that permanert
repair work could then follow tit re
pair the damage done by the storm.
The first efforts of wire repair
gangs is to get wires up so they can
Le tised. Poles are propped up, wire:;
are untangled and the breaks recon
nected. Then the wire can be u?ed
again. A gang follows to replace
poles and restretch the wires.
The Lincoln Telephone company
and the Bell Telephone company had
large numbers of workmen employed
?n straightening out the breaks in
their circuits in central Nebraska
and service was slowly being restored.
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EGGS FOR HATCHING
Thorobred poultry hatching eggs
for sale. Silver Laced Wyandottcs,
Tcrbox strain; S. C. Orpingtons,
Owen Fashion Plate; S. C. While
Leghorns, Kerlin quality; Broad
view Single Comb, R. I. Reds.
$2.00 for 15 eggs, postage paid.
Call phone 197-J or adress
J. W. MAUER.
m-0-? p. o. Box 171.
A household remedy in America
for 25 years Dr. Thomas' Eclectic
Oil. For cuts, sprains, burns, scalds,
bruises. 30c and 60c. At all drug
Phone us the news!
For a substantial, reliable hustling man as a sales and service
representative for Moorman's Mineral Mixture sold direct to stock
Mineral Mixture is now very rapidly coming into universal
use, and Moorman's Mineral Mixture is the unquestioned leader of
the entire field for the reason that it is goods of highest quality,
hacked with service that gets paying results. There are more than
seventy thousand satisfied users.
Practically all hog owners in this territory will buy( these
goods and become constant and satisfied users. Orders range in
size from $30.00 to over $100.00 each. No deliveries to be made.
Sales experience not necessary. Farm experience very de
sirable. .You must have car or team' ami buggy. Full time work
None other than honest, industrious, intelligent men who
really want a lasting position with a lasting trade need apply. Fancy
selling tricks not tolerated. The minimum sales record which all
representatives must make or forfeit territory, pays $125.00 per
If interested, write at once as territory is to be quickly as
signed. Address I. W. Kesler, 'Paxton Hotel, Omaha, Nebr.
or Wmmmi Dipt;. GO., Quincy III.
Branches at Council Bluffs, Iowa and Indianapolis, Ind.
name "raincoat" is a misnomer.
You naturally think of a slicker or a
clumsy rubber coat, but a raincoat now
days is a dress coat a real spring top
per. They are made so that water will
not hurt them and yet they can be worn
in sunshine as Well as rain and keep off
the chilly winds. Gaberdines, home
spuns, suedtex leatherettes and wor-
$4,35 to $35
Nobby coats for boys and
girls $4 up.
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