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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1922)
THURSDAY, APRIL 27. 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
9 -V?1 J'
CASS CO. FARM
From Monday's Dally.
a Ray Fran?, of Union, was in the
jcity today for a few hours looking
matters at the court
WWhHH-H4W-H4i (ter some
' . jliouse.
Com Variety Test William ftunnl. conntv assessor
was a visitor in Omaha tbday for a
few hour?, looking after eome mat
ters of business.
Corn was selected from the farm3
of Charles Cook, Plattsmouth; An
drew Dietriech, Louisville; J. R. C.
Gregory, Cedar Creek; Charles Spohn
and Harrison Livingston, Weeping
Water, this week. The samples will
be grown on the test plot by Paul
Gerard, of Weeping Water.
To Grow Soy Beans j
! John Kafienberger, Plattsmouth;
W. B. Bsnning, Union, will grow scy,
beans for seed. The Ito Sand and;
Aksarben arc the varieties chosen.
L. R. Snipes, county agricultural
agent, came over thi3 morning from
Weeping Water to look after some
matters at the court house.
Glen Perry was a visitor in Oma
ha toLpy for a few hours, where he
was called to look after a load of
cattle that he had on the market. .
Frank Detlef motored over to Glen
wood, Iowa, yesterday, where he
spent the day and was accompanied
home by his wife and little son who
have been there for a few days visit-
i Moving Pictures of County
iViil send men to this county this l " llu irieaus-
reek to take moving pictures of the! Fred II. Gorder, county commis
si:! work flon i v the Farm Bureau. I sioner from the third district, came
aicernoon irom weeping
look after some matters
"Need any kelp. Doctor?5
Yes! I need that LEE Puncture-proof Cord I've had
two punctures already and must get there sure
PROFESSIONAL men business men all who
mast keep appointments on time, who "must get
there sure" have learned to rely upon tne depend
ability of Lee Puncture-proof tires.
In nine years, more than a million Lee Puncture
proof pneumatics have been sold for owner-driven
passenger cars; physicians, salesmen's and delivery
cars; light, medium or heavy trucking service.
Lee Puncture-proof tires are ideal equipment wherever
uninterrupted service increases earnings or profits.
The additional comfort, safety, saving and satisfac
tion represented by Lee Puncture-proofs are advan
tages that no motorist can afford to disregard.
You need not hesitate to use Lee Puncture-proof
pneumatic equipment. Our cash refund guarantee
against puncture, protects you.
soil ( pni at ('has luevprs T.irm i u c i una
' r,f IWpninsr Water, nml soil tprrares 1 Water to
r.f W. Ti. R.inniinr. of TTnion. will he ! relative to the settlement of the fire
Short Cuts in Sewing
w vr t
t.-.ken. I loss at the uorder home.
Mrs. F. H. Brfrnell and Mrs. E. L.
Robinson of North Platte, Nebraska,
Pwenty women met at the home of '"O have been here visiting at the
nome oi sir. ana jnrs. r. ti. iviumm
and family, departed yesterday for
their home in the western part of
Charles G. Beeson and wife, of
of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived yesterday
morning to enjoy a visit here with
Mr. Beeson's mother, Mrs. Eliza
Beeson. a3 well as his brother. Judge
A. J. Beeson and John Beeson and
his sister, Mrs. H. H. Cotton and
u.its. ueorge nennings, ,t.igni jviue
Grove precinct. The demonstration
on how to use sewing machine at
tachments was given. Many women
s:M they never knew how to use the
j attachments and were surprised to
see how many things could be done
i vith them.
pare rubber are
built into every Lee
Pd nctnre-proof lire-
A. D. BAKKE
Four ar.d six-sevenths acres. Sub.
iot nine (9) of original lot nine (9)
In Porter Place addition to Platts
mouth. Will take Ford or Dodge car
as part payment.
F. G. BOBBETT.
Weeping Water, Neb.
Many ill3 come from impure blood.
Can't, have pure .blood with faulty
digestion, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters Is
recommended for strengthening the
stomach, bowel3 and liver and puri
fying the blood.
egg3 . for sale,
per dozen. T.
Indian Runner duck
for hatchlog, at 60c
E. Hathaway, Murry,
Phrne ns the news!
If you are going to be wanting a
washing outfit you cannot find a
more satisfactory or practical one
than a Dexter Tw in Tub, either elec
tric or power.
Get my prices on Rock Island farm
implements, engines and cream sepa
rators. W. T. RICHARDSON,
m21-3d,tfsw Mynard, Neb.
Poland China boaTS. September
farrow, weight 250 pounds.
R. W. PORTER,
a!0-"tfw Weeping Water, Neb.
HORSES FOR SALE
Have a car load of (broken western
horses and mules for sale. See them
at ray farm four miles east of Mur
ray. Frank Vallery.
ADVANCE MAN IS HERE
From Wednesday's Daily.
James Craur of Kansas City, ad
vance man of the Dominion Carni
val Co., that is to show here for the
week of May 8th to 13th, came in
this morning to look over the city
and make arrangements for the bill
ing of the various shows of the com
pany. The Dominion company is
showing here under the auspices of
the American Legion and "will be lo
cated on the grounds on "Washing
ton avenue that are being placed in
shape by the Legion and the public
spirited citizens of the community.
j Health and Nutrition Meetings
j Through the eftorts of the Cass
j County Farm Bureau, Miss Florence
'Atwood, from the extension service
v.ps in Cass county April 18 and 19.
r;ie nutrition slides were shown at
Greenwood, Elm wood and Nehawka.
A fine attendance was noted at each
place. Miss Atwood also gave a
j v?ry interesting talk on malnutri
tion. She discussed the five causes
J r T malnutrition, which are (1) phy
j sical defects; (2) lack of home con
trcl; (3) faulty food habits; (4)
I over fatigue, and (5) faulty health
baVits. All the women seemed very
K'TTch interested and after the meet
ing met Miss Atwood and asked
Limy questions about the work.
Next month Miss Atwood will be
i:i this county the 9th and 10th. We
will weigh and measure the children,
as this is one way of ascertaining
whether or not a child is up to
stnndard. The health and nutrition
work is one of tho phases we expect
to carry on all over the county.
After a hearty meal, take Doan's
Regulets and assist your stomach,
liver and bowels. Regulets are a
mild laxative. 30c at all stores.
The most exquisite iine of birth
day and gift cards to be found any
where! At Journal office.
WE ARE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS AT GREATLY RE
DUCED PRICES. BELOW IS BUT A PARTIAL LIST OF A FEW OF THE
MANY EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS YOU'LL FIN THRUOUT THE STORE:
Red Belt corn, per can. 10c
Early June peas, per can l2V2c
Del Monte peaches, sliced or halves, 35c, 3 cans for 95c
Del Monte apricots, 35c, 3 cans for 95c
Montica sliced peaches in heavy syrup, 30c, 3 cans for. 85c
Los Angeles peaches in light syrup, per can 25c
Tule River apricots in light syrup, per can 20c
No. 3 Advona tomatoes, per can 20c
No. 3 Frank's kraut, per can . 15c
Advo wheat food, per package 15c
Corn syrup, per gallon 50c
2-lb. pail best peanut butter .""T . 29c
22-oz. jar White Bear jam, assorted flavors. .25c
Kellog's corn krisps, large package, 10c; small pkg. . .... .-. . . 5c
Quaker corn puffs, per pkg 5c
?2-lb. can Hershey's cqcoa, 16c; 1-5 lb. can 10c
Rebal's No. 1 parlor brooms, each 49c
Rebal's fancy parlor brooms, each. . . 53c
Daisy Lee brooms, each. . . . 88c
We have some exceptional bargains in Stone Ware priced so low that it will pay
you well to buy now for future needs.
WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN THE CITY LIMITS.
About sixteen women met at the
I.oiiie of Miss Rossie Gerard and a
soap demonstration was given. Ev
ery one was interested and all the
women told of their favorite recipe.
Each one took the recipe used in the
demonstration; and decided to go
home and try -it out. Any one inter
ested in a soap demonstration write
t'n? Farm Bureau office at Weeping
Journal want ads pay. Try them.
Pasture for Rent!
I have good pasture with run
ning water for a few head of cat
tle on my my farm, two miles east
T. H. POLLOCK,
Phone No. 1 Plattsmouth, Neb
PYiun Tn?8ys Daily.
George Woods of the Home State
bank of Louisville was here today
for a few hours looking after some
matters of business.
Mrs. J. P. Horn, Mrs. F. J. Mor
gan and Mrs. Sue Morrissey were
among thoe visitisg in the metropo
lis today looking after some matters
Herman Roeber of near Louisville
and Louie Newman of near Wabash
were in the city today for a few
hours looking after some matters at
the court house.
Clifford Cecil, who has been here
visiting with his relatives and
friends, returned this morning to his
home at Woodbine Iowa, going on
the early Burlington train.
Mrs. WT. T. Smith of this city is
enjoying a visit with her sisters,
Mrs. Oma Moore of Pennsylvania,
Mrs. Beele Hoover of Arkansas and
Mrs. Ola Wynn of Council Blugs,
Iowa, the ladies were called to thi
Iowa city by the death of their moth
er and are now enjoying a family
reunion for the first time in many
Blacksmith shop has been reopen
ed and is ready for all kinds of black
smith work. Disc sharpening, plow
work, wagon work and horse shoe
ing. All work guaranteed.
J. F. STRAUBE,
"Faster, Jimmy, fast art
Yoa know mother maid
thera won't ba any
breakfast till Ufa bring
the Kellegg'a . Cam
Qjampaxe Ikmyr and ci'ispness!
Corn Flakes you ever ate!
Takes the rough edges off hopping out of the covers
these snappy mornings just thinking ahout that lusty
bowl of Kellogg's Corn Flakes waiting down-stairs!
Big and brown and crispy-crunchy flakes a revelation,
in appetizing flavor, wonderful in wholesome goodness ,
the most delicious cereal you ever tasted !
Instantly you like Kellogg's, not only because of ap
pealing flavor, but because Kellogg's are not 'leathery" !
Kellogg's are a delight to cat, as the little folks as well
as the big ones will tell you ! And Kellogg's ought to be
best they're the original Corn Flakes! You have only
to make comparison to cjuick.iv rauize
how perfect they are!
KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for to
morrow morning's spread ! They get
the day started right! Insist upon
KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes in the
RED and GREEN package the kind
that are not leathery !
Alto makers of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES ard KELLOGG'S BRAN. cookeJ and icnuabltd
POPULAR LADY SURPRISED
Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas
Eclectic Oil. the great household
remedy for toothache, earache, sore
throat, cuts, bruises, scalds. Sold at
all drug stores. 30c and 60c.
Barred Rock eggs' for sale, 75c for
15, 14.50 per liundred. Mrs. Will
Copple, Alvo, Neb.
From Saturday's DalJv.
Mrs. Otto Sprieck, one of the pop
ular ladies of this vicinity, was giv
en a delightful surprise on Sunday,
April 9, when a large number of
her friends and neighbors gathered
at her home with well laden baskets
of eatables to help her celebrate her
Mrs. Sprieck was born at Platts
mouth and has always lived in Cass
county. Her maiden name was Miss
Emma Fornoff. Since her marriage
she has lived at their beautiful farm
home east of Louisville. Mr.' and
Mrs. Sprieck have a spleDdid family
of six children. Three are boys, and
are named Arthur, Eddie and Elmer.
Three daughters are named Augusta,
Alvera and Eleanore.
The time passed swiftly in lively
conversation and music, and the
splendid dinner was followed by a
fine supper, after which the guests
departed wishing Mrs. Sprieck many
more happy birthdays. The beauti
ful birthday cake was baked by Mrs.
Clarence Busche and the party was
arranged by Mrs. Busche and her
husband's mother, Mrs. John Busche.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Meisinger and family; Mr and
Mrs. John Gauer and family; Mr. and
Mrs. David Jardine and family; Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Tennant and fam
ily; Mr. and Mrs. George Stoehr and
family; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sals
berg; and family; Mr. and Mrs. John
Busche; Mr. and Mrs. (Xarence
Busche and Philip Fornoff. Louis
I write for the Farmers Mutual
and the Columbia.
Your business will be appreciated,
phon 2411. tfw-3td
ili W,icT; .RICHARDSON.?
LUNGARDIA is "without a rival"
in ordinary or deep-seated Coughs
and Colds, difficult breathing, and
for the relief of whooping cough.
The wonderful results following
its use will astonish you and make
you Its life-long friend. Your
money back, if you have ever used
Its equal. Danger lurks where
there is a cough or cold. Safe for
all ages. 60c and $1.20 per bottle.
Manufactured by Lungardia Co.,
Dallas, Texas. For sale by
Weyrich & Hadraba
9 CZZ!IZ!m) CZZkl'
Dress ginghams, stripes and plaids, 6 yds. for. .$1.00
9-4 Pepperel bleached sheeting, 2 yds. for 1.00
Curtin scrims, special, 6 yards for 1.00
Unbleached muslins, good quality, 9 yds. for. . 1.00
New voiles, beautiful patterns, 3 yds. for 1.00
Ladies' silk hose, black and brown, at, pair. . . . 1.00
Children's heavy ribbed, finest texture hose in
all sizes. Special, 4 pair for 1.00
Men's Red Seal union made work shirts at $1.00
Men's silk hose, 2 pair for 1.00
Men's dress shirts, neat paterns, collars attached 1.00
Men's work sox, 7 pair for. 1.00
Men's bib overalls, sizes 31 to 38, at 1.00
Men's silk ties, special, 2 for 1.00
1 5 lbs. pure granulated sugar for. 1.00
9 cans Wilson or Carnation milk for . . . . 1.00
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON OUR HIGH GRADE SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
We Sell for Cash and Sell for Less!
9 Fr fV vasnA n
FRANK 1. FANGER, Proprietor
JOHN F. GORDER, Receiver
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