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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922.
KLATTSMQUTH SW - WgEgLJ 3flgSNAL
J CASS CO. FARM J
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Thickens have been found on
several farms which are infected
with chicken pox. The loss from
(his disease among young chickens
is great. Eighty chickens on one
farm were vaccinated as an experi
ment. This will be watched very
rloselv to learn results. Some of
Me western states secured good re
sults from vaccinating for chicken
Farmers Union. Local
The Agricultural agent attended
the meeting in District 53, of Stove
Creek precinct. A good many points
of mis-understanding in regard to
the Farm Bureau were cleared up.
Also the manager of the elevator at
Elmwood was present. A good at
tendance with each taking part in
Buy this Cigarette and Save Money
CROP GAINS DUR
Forecast is 584,793.000 Bushels
12,500,000 More Than Month
Ago Above 5-Year Mark
Washington, May 9. Improve
ment was shown in the winter wheat,
crop during the last month, the de
partment of agriculture today fore
casting this year's production at
584,793,000 bushels, based on the
May 1 condition.
Today's forecast is approximately
12,500,000 bushels more than was
estimated a, month ago, 2.300,000
bushels less than produced last year
and 6,000,000 bushels larger, than
the average production for the last
There was almost 10,000,000 bush
els increase in the production fore
cast of rye compared with a month
ago. A total crop of 79.152.P00 bush
els is forecast.
Hay promises a crop of about 7,
000,000 tons larger than last year's
the. production this year being fore
cast- t-103. & 7 9,000 - tons. Stocks of
hay remaining on farms May 1 were
about 5,000,000 tons less than stocks
a year ago.
Spring plowing and planting both
were behind the average for the last
ten years while the condition of pas
tures was much lower than a year
ago and also below the ten-year av
erage. WASHING MACHINES
If ypu 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 kock isiana iarm
implements, engines and cream sepa-
W. T. RICHABUSU.N,
m213d,tfsw Mynard, Neb.
Four and six-eevenths acres, Sub.
int n1 no fn of nrierinal lot nine (9)
in Porter Place addition to Platts
mouth. Wdll take Ford or Dodge car
as part payment.
F. G. BOBBETT.
Weeping Water, Neb.
For baby's croup, Willie's , daily
cuts and bruises, . mother's sore
throat. Grandma's . lameness. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household
remedy.. 30e and 60c.
TO( AND HIIL
What Goos Up Llusf Como Down!
INTERWOVEN SOCKS WERE UP
but the same old pre-war, hard wearing, perfect fitting
sock has reached its level. Silk, Fiber and Mercerized
Lisle in Cordovan, Gray, Black, Blue, White and Cham
pagne are to be had here.
$1.25 silk now 75c
.75 lisle now 40c
"Buy them by the box they're cheaper.
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From Monday's Dally.
Attorney C. L. Graves and Ed
Leech motored up this morning from
Union and 6epnt a few hours at the
L. R. Houck of Hebron, Nebraska,
i who has been visiting with his son
! at the hospital in Omaha Is here to
i day visiting at the home of his
brother-in-law,. George Scott and
A letter has lust been received
from Auburn, Nebraska, asking for
fiftv eilts the last Dart of June, for
clubs. They must be immune and
registration papers furnished with
them. They want some of all lead
ing breeds Durocs. Chester White.
Hampshire, and Black and Spotted
The club near Murray met at the
home of Mrs. John Davis Rnd were
much interest in a table setting and
table service demonstration. This
service as used was simple and such
as can be used in family service.
Short Cuts in Sewing
Eighteen ladles met at the home of
Mrs. J. L. Marquardt, at Avoca, for
the demonstration on how to use the
sawing machine attachments. Many
different kinds of attachments were
brought to the meeting and the
women were all shown how to attach
same to their own machines. The
women were much interested in the
different kinds of buttonholes and
bound pockets. All the women prom
ised to send in samples.
From Tuesday's Dally
Fred Nutzmann of near Nehawka
was here today for a few hours look
ing after some matters of business
and while here was a guest at the
Mrs. Glen Perry and Mrs. L. L.
Wiles departed this morning for Om
aha where they go as representa
tives of the Home chapter 189, O.
E. S., and will attend the sessions
of the grand chapter of Nebraska
which is meeting there this week.
William Gilmour came in this
morning from his home south of the
city and departed on the early Bur
lington train for Lincoln to attend
the state encampment of the Grand
Army of which he has long been a
Charles G. Beeson and wife, who
have been here visiting with their
relatives and friends for the past
ten days, departed this morning for
their home in Springfield, Ohio.
Mrs. Beeson while here appeared on
a number of musical programs and
delighted the music lovers of the
! LIST GOODS EARLY
FOR ADVANTAGE OF
d Mtie folks
"Lia'ser, you Herbie, you
let go thevj f'ellogg'm
Corn Fishes or you'll bm
late for school and t
won't wait for you an-
other minute l"
Where? At Eagle in the High
school building. The sewing room
of the Home Economics department
was all Jn readiness when the ladies
arrived. About forty ladies from
Eagle and community were present,
also Miss. Bennison, . Home Econom
ics teacher and all the Home Econom
ics class. How. to use the dress form
was demonstrated, also how to se
lect becoming styles. The women ask
ed questions on alteration of com
mercial patterns. Mrs. Frank Lan
ning was chosen project leader. The
ladies voted to meet June, 20th for
"Short Cut in Sewing." -,'
BELLEVUE TO PLAY
HERE ON SUNDAY
Strong Team Will be Opponents of
Merchants' Team of This City
On the Local Diamond.
Have you noticed the neat, snug fitting hosiery being
worn these days? It3 a good bet that it's HOLEPROOF.
We carry this famous hosiery in
Black, White, Light Brown, Cor
dovan and Blue, also Clock and
Open Work numbers, at
$1.00 $1.50 $1.65 $1.75
$2.00 and $2.50
To supply our trade demand on a good, hard wearing
lisle hose, and at the same time giving comfort and fit
which is found only in the Holeproof "Extra Stretch
Top," we have added to our line the black
and cordovan in LISLE and they sell at .... .
Manager John F. Wolff of the
Merchants' baseball team has signed
up the Bellevue team for the attrac
tion at the ball park on next Sun
day afternoon. This team is reputed
to be one of the best in this part
of the state and last Sunday de
feated the Springfield team by the
score of 14 to 1 and have given a
good account of themselves wherever
they have appeared this season. The
Bellevue team has one of the best
pitching staffs of any of. the teams
in this portion of the state and are
wiping up all of the teams they have
run up against.
The Merchants will do their best
against the visitors from up the riv
er and are confident that the team
from the college town will go back
home with their reputation badly
PROVED HERSELF A SURGEON
Tuesday afternoon the weather be
ing fine the lure of the wood and
stream proved too strong for Mes
dames W. D. Clark, A'vin Jones and
M. S. Brlggs and they went to the
upper Four Mile creek where they
had an excellent time catching over
thirty fish during the afternoon.
During the excitement incident to
the landing of the fish which were
biting very rapidly, Mrs. Briggs in
some way got her hook fastened in
one of her fingers and the barb pre
vented it being pulled out. The la
dies had taken lunch with them and
had a sharp pointed paring knife
which Mrs. Clarlr used as a scalpel
and performed a major operation,
cutting the fishhook out. They went
to the home of James Campbell
where Mrs. Campbell provided per
oxide for causterizing the wound and
assisted in bandaging the injured
member. Notwithstanding the inci
dent the ladies declare they had an
excellent time and they did bring
home the fish. This is a fish story.
I write for the Farmers Mutual
and the Columbia.
Your business will be appreciated,
phon 2411. tfw-3td
W. T. RICHARDSON.
ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE
- On farm two miles east of Mur
ray. T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth.
Heavy, . impure blood makes a
muddy, pimply complexion, head
aches, nausea, indigestion. Thin
blood makes you weak, pale and
sickly. For pure blood, sound diges
tion, use Burdock Blood Bitters.
$1.25 at all -stores-
Tell the World What You Offer and
" There Will be Plenty Come to
Euy at Auction Sale.
Although the list of articles al
ready filed with Chairman A. S.
Christ for sale in the Bargain Wed
nesday auction on May 17th, is quite
large, it does not begin to include
tha many thing:; that will be put up
for sale to the highest bidder.
The greatest problem the commit
tee faces is in getting those having
goods to offer in these sales, to list
them far enough in advance of sale
day to permit giving them publicity.
Inasmuch as the expense of advertis
ing these offerings is borne wholly by
riattsniouth merchants it behoove3
everyone to list their goods early and
thereby secure the advantages of this
publicity. Many people may want'
just the article you have for sale,
but unless they know it is to be up
at auction they will not likely at
tend the sale 'and consequently the
seller suffers from lack of demand
when his goods are auctioned.
Help yourself by helping the com
mittee to give your listing the great
est of publicity before the day. of the
sale. If you have goods to offer, list
them promptly and see how much
more spirited will be the bidding.
Following are enumerated the var
ious articles lasted to date for the
forthcoming sale May 17th:
One 54-in. oak dining table.
Six oak dining chairs.
One side board.
One ice box.
One kitchen cabinet base.
Six kitchen chairs.
One Morris chair.
Three beds; three springs.
Four coal ranges.
One oil stove.
One heating stove.
Two garden rakes.
Two garden trowels.
Crock fruit jars.
One good bicycle.
And many other articles.
List Yours Now
We are listing goods daily. Please
get us list of your goods early. We
advertise them as soon as we get
your goods listed. Phone or call on
A. S. Ghrist. Phone 645, 2 rings.
TO LOOK OVER SHOWS
From Wednesday's Dally.
This morning William Fowell and
Elwood Buttery departed for St. Jo
seph, Mo., where they go as repre
sentatives of the American Legion
post here to inspect the Dominion
Exposition Shows, that are at the
Missouri city this week and which
will open here on next Monday for
a week's run in this city. The com
mittee will give the company the
once-over and see that there are no
attractions that are not as repre
sented and which would in any way
offend the most rigid morals. The
shows have all been given the high
est recommendations where they
have showed and the committee will
see that these recommendations are
strictly true. They will return Thurs
day evening and present their report
to the members of the Legion jost
here. With the park in good condi
tion there should be(nothing in the
way of starting out for a week of
real fun and enjoyment next Mon
day evening and which will contin
ue for six days and nights.
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 accounts immediately.
JOHN F. GORDER,
lmod&w Receiver. -
For a mild, easy action of the
bowels, try Doan's Regulets, a mod
ern laxative. 30c at all stores.
If it's in the stationery line, call
at the Journal office.
Put it right up to Kellogg's Corn Flakes to do a master job sharp
ening breakfast appetites! And, they'll repeat at lunch and supper
for Kellogg's are irresistible in goodness! Kellogg's win every one
because their flavor is delicious and because their crunchy crispness
is unfailing! You'll prove that!
Such a cereal you never ate before! You'll say Kellogg's are a
revelation and they will be, in particular, to any one who has eaten
imitation corn flakes! Kellogg's are as distinctive in flavor as they are
in crispness. And, Kellogg's are never tough or leathery! Start eat
ing Kellogg's Corn Flakes tomorrow morning! You can't afford to
miss such happiness as Kellogg's hand out to young and old alike!
But please be sure you get KELLOGG'S, the
ffplirfrmc Pn-rn TTtatoe in "DT7TI nnA ni)T7rw
XWSSrvi package. Look for the signature of W. K. Kellogg,
TA ACTED originator ot Uorn Flakes. liOWE ARE GENUINE
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Also makers of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLESand KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked and krumbled
BANK ROW AIRED
BY LINCOLN PAPER
State Journal Comments on Failure
of Ray Patterson to Obtain li
cense as Bank Official.
Governor McKelvie said on his re
turn Monday that his memory in re
gard to past conferences held to try
to keep the Bank of Cass County at
Plattsmouth from failing, was not
clear enough to comment upon the
published statement of Ray Patter
son. Mr. Patterson has failed thus
far to obtain a license as an execu
tive officer of another bank in
Plattsmouth. He was formerly con
nected with the Bank of Cass County,
an institution recently closed.
Mr. Patterson has been quoted a3
having said he reported the condi
tion of the Bank of Cass County to
Governor McKelvie and Secretary
Hart,' in 1919, and told them the
law had been evaded.
Governor McKelvie said his recol
lection was that Mr. Patterson had
been of some help to the banking de
partment, but it was not necessary
for Mr. Patterson to report its con
dition as that had been ascertained
by a state examiner before hand.
The governor said the banking de
partment had to depend upon its own
resources. This was doubly necessary
because there was apparently a per
sonal quarrel between the Parmele
and the Patterson interests and it
was difficult to tell what informa
tion was inspired by truth or by
prejudice and antipathy.
"There was no time but what Mr.
Hart was doing all that was possible
to keep that bank on its feet," said
"I don't care to discuss the mat
ter," said Mr. Hart, "but this de
partment knew all about the bank
before Mr. Patterson told anything."
"The policy of the department is
not to license bankers who have been
connected with failed banks, especial
ly if they were in a position to know
what was going on." State Journal.
HOESES FOR SALE
- Have .a car load of (broken western
horses and mules for 6ale. See them
at my farm four miles east of Mur
ray. Frank Vallery.
Poland China boars, September
farrow, weight 250 pounds.
R. W. TORTER,
alO-tlifw Weeping Water, Neb.
For any itching skin trouble, piles,
eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald
head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Oint
ment is highly recommended. 60c
a box at all stores.
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understand your motor but who have also mastered the tremen
dous complications of oil supply and oil refining?
Automotive engineers agree that fully 80 of all motor repair and
replacement costs are directly caused by the use cf low grade oil
or oil of unsuitable body. To meet this condition our experts have
prepared a simpl9 chart the Polarino Chart which insures you
against costly mistakes of this nature.
This chart is included in the Red Crown Road Map which ha 3 been
mailed to every motorist in the state of Nebraska. If you have
N not received a copy one will be sent npon request. It gives speci
fications for practically every car made; specifications tested and
proved beyond the possibility of doubt.
Polarine is the highest quality of oil you can buy. Its stability
under high engine heat assures a fuel-t:ght and gas-tight seal in
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Polarine Oil is made in four grades medium light, medium
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You can get the proper grade for ypur car where you buy your
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