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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI -WEEKLY JOURNAL
i Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
APPLES FOR SALE
Krom Monday s Ottlly.
L. J. Austin was assisting Orville
MtQuinn in hulling of clover seed
E. K. L.each of east of town last
Monday was engaged in hulling
clover at his farm.
Sheriff C. 1. Quinton was looking
after some matters in Union for a
couple of days last week.
Miss Anna Bauer was visiting
with frien!3 and also doing some
shopping in Nebraska City last Mon
day. Fleming V. Robb departed last
Friday for Billings, Mont., where
he will look r.fter some business mat
ters for about ten days.
Edward Dowler who is visiting in
the west having been in Denver some
time tells of having a good time in
the mountain city of the west.
Miss Elsie Taylor was a visitor
with friends end relatives in Omaha
last week from Wednesday until
Saturday making the trip via the
Gpo. Burrows of Bancroft and who
spick and span since having com
pleted the work there.
George Green of the state farm at
Lincoln visited with former acquaint
ances and friends last week. Mr.
Green formerly lived here and work
ed at a number of places and is well'
and favorably Known..
V B. Banning drove over to Lin
coln last Saturday and was accom
panied 'by his son,. I loll is. who is at
tending the state university and who
spent the week end ! at home, return
ing Monday morniiig..
W. M. Towell of riattsmouth and
Fred Y.'arner of Murray were work
ing in Union for a short time the
first of the week, placing the frame
work for a billboard for an adver
tising agency of Sti Louis.
Orville Hathaway was looking af
ter som business matters in Omaha
last Tuesday afternoon having driv
en to the metropolis in his auto. He
was accompanied as far as Plattsr
mou htby Attorney C. L. Graves who
the league: Mr. Whittaker is well
qualified for the position which he
has accepted and we are expecting
that he will make good in the work j
at hand. ; , ? " ' S
Mrs. Emma Ileinheimer of Turlock,
Cal.. accompanied by her son. Paul.
J arrived in Union, for a' visit and
I were here met by 'Miss Verda Cross, V
;who has been visiting at Elgin, 111., v
for some time and 43 joining .her y
mother fh'oro for Or visit with Union
friends. Mr. Paul Cross departed for (.f.
the east -and swill visit there for a j
short time aiid will return in time
to accompany inc. mother and sister
home to the west. ' . .
Hears Death of Brother
Last week Messrs. -A. II. Austin ;
and Eugene Austin, brothers, heard .1
of the very severe illness of their
brother Mr. J. H. Austin of Black- UJ.
well, Okla., where he has been in a
hospital for some time and whom .J.
they were going to see: Messrs. Eu- .
gene and A. H. Austin had pure has
ed tickets for the purpose of going J.J,
to visit their brother and had gone j. r.
home to prerare for tne trip, wnen a
telephone message came from Oma
ha telling of the death and burial
of their brother which happened last
was looking after some legal mat-
formerly lived in and near Union, tcrs In the county seat,
is visiting here for the present at) The Rev. C. A. Murray of Alva,
the home of his aunt Mrs. Nancy j okla., arrived in Union with Mrs.
MrXair.ee. I Murray in their auto and visited for
Wm. Banning with a force of men a short time at the home of his
Vi - J w. r . ti r. ictf 1 n r, uml ch mnln 9 n. ' l .1 1 . -1 . 1 H 1 1 - ft " anI (hH Hp.
ni.c .i.,..i n- rfr.xc iiv . - wot, uiiero 1 Tucsda. Mr. J. II. Austin has Leen
. i ...... .- t- . ...j... t r nr.,,. troubled .with a complication of
ctllent apples. rav. Ilev. Murray s motner
Walter Maneer and O. W. Virgin j will expect to visit here for some
of Svriiuise weor in Union last Mon-Jtime.
d;.y for n short time while on their' Eli M. Smith living northeast of
wa'v to Murrav to visit with W. B. I town and who raised large Poland
Virgin and wife. j China hogs, has a sow three years
A. L. Becker and V. L. Haversday ! old which is named Miss King and
of -Omaha--.who is visiting at the . wuicn meatus ai i ''"VUJl 1
All varieties of win
ter apples for sale at
75c per bushel, except
Jonathan, $1 a bushel,
at the orchard.
Also have cider for
sale, or will grind your
apples into cider at a
very reasonable price.
Farm Nine Miles South of
?i Will Seyboldt of near Murray was
i ! here today for a few hours attending
f to some matters of business.
Attorney C. L. Graves of Union was
Tiin the city today looking after some
business matters at the court house.
il W. D. Wheeler from east of Mur-
Ti ray, 'was in the city today attending
",to some business matters of import
Tt Mrs. Helen Wallick and son, Vic
i tor of Weeping Water were here to
f spend a few hours looking after some
Vi matters of business today.
T) Mrs. Mack Durham ajid little son
i Bobbie, of Lincoln are here for a
T I week's visit at the home of Mr. and
VfMrs. W. P. Sitzman, Mrs. Durham
oeing a sister ol iMrss. ouzmau. ,
William Stewart of St. Joseph, Mo.,
arrived here yesterday for a short
visit at the home of his father-in-law,
Hon. W. H. Newell and family,
departing this morning for his home.
Mrs. George Homas and daughter.
Rosalie, and Mr3. Charles Bryer and
son, Richard, all oT San Jose, Cal.",
are enjoying a visit at the home of
their brother, Tony Klimm and fam
ily near Murray.
Jbn dtnit h
troubled k with a complication
They stcmach trouble and intestinal trou-
Dies out 11 was noi mougni inai ms
condition was so serious. Mr. Austin
l-.i besides his brothers here, L. S.
Austin or umana ana u. o. ausuu , u,ef, ps sjpjno- quarters by
of Walthill and a couple of daugh- h n,pn fhpr ,.,- th strlke. who1
ters at Omaha. He was some sixty have not boen allle to flnd locations
years of age and leaves his aged wife . t in the ci(v A ,ars.e number
n STALLING HEATING PLANT
The Burlington has had a num
lirr of pioe men busy the last few
days hooking up the steam lines with
the power plant in order to supply
beat to the dining hall and the bar
naaa--.wuo is isiiins ai . , " r j a r.t their home in thesouth.
B. eke r hone we re visiting last Sun-: r.au a ion. out- i..uuuu x.
,!ar ai Om:.ha. Elkhorn. Valley and; and bids fair to be even larger. By : n . .
Waterloo, driving in their auto. j the. way see his ad in this issue lor j Will Operate a Dairy
, tne E-aic oi soiue- ui mis muu ui hubo Jonn uecKer, wno is an enierpris-
ind have some large tncr vouncr. man. has decided to en-
i gage in the work of operating a
Home Missionary so- dairy and has purchased a perfec-
. . rr- ...... ! V. HTwc w . . . i 1 1 o ... i n PnirKn nl.'a.TArcfl
,1. . .r T - C T-rt T ' f iriV IITei laSL lllUlCUUy nilU lUlo. i null iitunl UUV4 i un ii -.i.. .-v.
i - a i - t - i .. i : e
. . r . . . and tret one t
fun i u'vin r. uirana ana accompaii- . ...i
:.. w i. x-:cit?n:no?3 yourself.
i,i f-.-. .ii Iwl Srni.'ir hrinir iriiacla ' Tb.O WomanS !
home of Mi,s Elsie Tavlor. I r'rT"
It. Hathaway and family were;
lutve secured rooming facilities out
side ejf the shops but the larger por
:ion are being still housed on the
81 YEAR OLD VETES.AN
HAS TWO SETS OF TWINS
i L G. Todd and had a most worth engine to operate the same with. He!
! rain Ti,a lioa tiai n ll55 a nnmlior nf eows and with the Des Moines, Si pt. 2 . Among the
l-oking after some business matters;,' .r,t;tJ"f unrk n iisnil and - milker will h able to have the herd Ueveral thousand visitors and dele-
i t flirk rr ntv c:io loot- SlAnir Tirn 1 . . . . . . . i
,l' .r'!M - ' " which thev raoldlv- dispatched and -juiced
inc. unviug over in tneir car ami! , f k , the future. , his customers with excellent milk
al-o takujg a load of poultry with , Aft(p t'he WOfk WM di,poRed of they j
tllfm- enjoyed the social hour to the limit BURE OAK SPLIT POSTS
A. R. DowIrV was naming hogs to anfi sraciouslv entertained by!
pfra'Ka city during a r.umoer oi their hostesses with delicate refresh
hivs this week . and found the travel- I r,
C. E. Whittaker who has been
with the Burlington at Plattsmouth
and who has been out on strike, has
accepted a position with the Non-
lr.g much more pleasant than for
merly as the weather was much bet
ter on the Log3.
Gilbert Lawson, the painter, is at J
in a jiffy and will furnish U.ates to the national Grand Army of
uie itepuoiic encampment nere is
t'oionol R. H. Spencer, 82, of Al
,cna, In., and his family. Mrs. Spenc
er is 2S j-ears old.'They are the par
ents of two sets of twin boys, Wil
liam and James, aged 4, and John
and Robert, aged 6.
Some good Burr oak split posts for
rale or trade. Ben Albin, Union,
Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
this tine doing some painting at the Partisan League ns state organizer CIark entertained in honor of their
More, having completed the work at j and will in a short time go to Lin- j tWQ granddaughters, Misses Beulah
n:- 1-.IU1 aim ims.i.-i trj t hi iuu&iug com arm in w u i h. uui ui lut-ie iut j and Dorothy Clark and had a large
number of their little friends at the
C. W. Clark home, he little folks all
Uo iieed to Hungry!
For all next week we will sell any arid all kinds
of flour at $1.75 while the stock last?. We have in
stock at this time "Liberty," "Victor," "Nebraska's
Beet" and "Lette'r Roll."
)ye have the last word in storage batteries, the
"Exicie," e I can supply your wants. One only New
ton wagon complete for $135. GO.
Remember every sack of this flour is the best
made and fully guaranteed.
enjoyed the occasion and mado it
on of great importance, as it was
the passing of the eighth-.birthday
anniversary of Miss Dorothy Clark,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Clark.
Journal want ads pay. Try them.
Union, What is Union?
The union boys of Union won in a
luum on licit unci .1m17 ttc;a.
tend. The Missouri Pacific was build
; ing a water tank just over the road
! on O street and were paying 35 cents
j per hour for the labor. The boys con
j eluded this was not a living wage
i and accordingly laid down their tools
I and rested over Saturday and the
I week end and asked advance of five
i cenls per hour, making forty cents,
j and this being granted they took up
the. work again and the process of
.building is going forward. Those'to
I strike and who were successful in
bringing the railroad to terms were:
; Wm. Irwin, Charles Hathaway, Clar
; ence Dukes, Joy Garrens and Amos
t' - bn
I have a few boar pigs weighing about "one hun
dred and fifty pounds farrowed last spring from Design
er and High Joe parentage.
Head your herds with one of the large type hogs
and you'll reap a good reward.
Four miles northeast of Union. -
ELS M. 8SUJBT
Will Trade 1916 Ford
Will trade a 1916 Ford touring
car good running condition for a
cow, must be good and a Jersey pre
ferred. Box 245 Plattsmouth.
Epworth League Has Pleasant Time
j The members of the Epworth
' League were gue-sts at the home of
i Mr. and" Mrs. George Everett last
Saturday evening when the young
! people had- a most excellent time.
They were all loud in their praise
of this excellent home for the hos
pitality shown and the really excel
i lent time which was had.
Spotted Poland China Boar
i I have a good, pure bred,' spring
farrowed Poland China boar for sale.
; John Lidgett, Union, Neb., ,
Republicans Hold Caucus
- The republicans of Liberty pre
cinct last Saturday evening held
their caucus and placed in-nomination
for thf IirKlMnn nf nrnilnct n3
i.ijfcssor, Mr. J. I). Bramblelt and for
roau overseer, iir. J . u. iNiday. los-ie-McCarthy
beted as chairman and
Dr. K. S. Furay as. the secretary for
The Unsurpassed, ort:
We have taken the' agency for the Dorfc Automo
bile which is a great car for but a small amount of
money. The Dort is showing some wonderful records
and is well worth many more dollars than it costs.
We are selling the Dort Touring delivered
at $935.00, and the Dort Coupe delivered at "
-i $1,195.00. jn: i
dome See U for a Demonstration and We Will Prove
the Worth of This Wonderful Car
The Auto Man ' -:-
Union,' Neb.' "
Frank Glaubitz at Hospital
Frank Glaubitz, one of the men on
the iCafjitainer and an - excellent
rWorkmaii at that: has' b&en feellnc
Irtefy ' poorly of"- laite: on account' of
seme intestinal trouble and last
Thursday was. taken to the hosnital
V 'K.r ' A:.' 1 . i : t- Trs
. "i.iana i;j ma yaicia u, ui. in.
S. Fumy, lie was accompanied by
h brother.. Albert Glaubltr of near
Mufdocki -M-rs. Glaubitz visited her
husband on Sunday and reports him
as cettins: alonsr and feeline a little
fetter. ';A. " . j
SEE ME FOE SALES OR TRADES
I have large and small farms and
city residences, business properties.
"western-Tray "aiKT'alfalfa land, also
wheat and ranch land. Can match
most any trade. .Will try to do bus
iness.P. OI box .677. Tel: 606. .'
i'jnt iv:r Plattsmouth.,; Neb.
. We can furnish you blank, books
noft any kind at Journal office.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the tate legislature. I
have received tfi9 tiomin?tion from
tha democratic party and would be
pleased to receive the support of all
who are desirious of lower taxes and
better economic laws.
W. II. PULS,
tf. Murray, Nebr.
I desire to announce myself as
candidate for the position of commis
sioner for the third district, chosen
on the republican ticket at the pri
jiiary , election. . arjd.- will appreciate
what support . I 3hp.ll receive from
the voters of the county. Assuring
them I shall ever endeavor to work
for the best interests of the entire
II. R. SCHMIDT,
sll-tfw Murdock, Neb.
Having received at the primary
election the nomination for county
treasurer on the republican ticket, I
announce myself a candidate for of
fice of county treasurer, subject to
the votes at coining election.
I will appreciate the support of
all who desire the best service in
Election Nov. 7, 1922.
WILL T. ADAMS.
I desire to announce myself can
didate for the position of state sena
tor, having received the nomination
at the primary at the hands of the
republican party. Election Nov. 7th.
Thanking those who in the past
lave supported me and the measures
for which I have worked, I am, very
A. f. STURM,
sl4-tfdaw Nehawka, Neb.
I announce myself candidate for
the position of county attorney, hav
ing received the nomination at the
hands o the democratic party at the
recent primary. Thirty-three years
of age, been in practice in Cass coun
ty since 1914. Graduate .of state uni
versity law school. Served 21 months
in the late war, was in Philippines.
During the time have resided in Cass
county for twenty years. Your sup
port for the . position would be ap
preciated. Election Nov. 7th. 1922.
J. A. CAPWELL.
Elm wood, Neb.
From Tuesday's Daiy.
John Fight and wife departed this
afternoon for Omaha where they will
visit with their daughter, Mrs. Sulli
van and family.
Mrs. M. V. Nicholson of Valentine,
Neb.; who is here enjoying a visit
as the guest of Mrs. P. J. Flynn, de
parted this morning for Omaha where
she will visit for the day.
Father W. L. D. Higgins of St.
Patrick's church of Manley, was
here over night vistng as a guest of
Father M. A... Shne, departed this
morning on the early Burlington
Charles S. Stone was here yester
day from the vicinity of Nehawka
and was accompanied by Fred L.
Nutzman, the two gentlemen spend
ing some time here looking after bus
Mr. and Mrs. Evi Speir. who have
bt en enjoying their honeymoon in
Chicago and vicinity, came in yester
day for a short visit with Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Streight before going on
to their home at Alliance.
E. II. Franzen and wife and Fred
Franzen and wife motored down
from Omaha Sunday and visited here
for the day at the L. G. Larson and
M. S. Briggs homes, and Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Franzen also visited at
Herman Reichstadt and family
were in Omaha Sunday and they re
port that Robert, the little son of
Mr .and Mrs. Emil Reichstadt, who
was knocked down here last Friday
afternoon while crossing the street,
was feeling no effects of the acci
dent. - i
J. H. McMaken returned yesterday
from Wymore where he visited over
Sunday at the home of his daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sher
man Taylor and on his return was
acompanied by Mrs. McMaken, who
has been spending several weeks in
ave to coax
mid little folks to eat
Kellog&s bm Flakes
Just as soon as you serve
Kellogg's you'll note fussy and
faded appetites getting mighty
sharp: vou'll find bie bowls beine
V handed back for "just a few more
Kellogg's, mother they're
t 'And, that'll make you glad, for
Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a great
speed-start for the. day's doings!
; They make for health and happy ,
digestions! -Kellogg's are never
leathery or tough, but always joy
Kellogg's the original Corn
Flakes will be a revelation tci
your taste if you have been eating
imitations! For your own. enjoy
ment, do this : compare the big,
sunny-brown Kellogg's Corn
( .Flakes with other "corn flakes.
Eat some of Kellogg's then try
ithe imitations! You'll realize
then why Kellogg's Corn Flakes
iare the largest and fastest selling
cereal in the whole world!
-are'a a bIS in
full box, Betty.
has several pack
age of Kellogg'
'cause we eat 'em
bp o. uaf
Do more than ask for "corn
flakes." Insist upon KELLOGG'S
Corn Flakes in the RED and
GREEN package! My, but'it'q
wortn wane 1
Abo Mbn bf KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES aad KELLOdG'5'EftAN, cooked Vn3T,Ic.t
I SARPY COUNTY FARMER SALE
TEACHERS ENJOY A PICNIC
Pesterday afternoon t,he teachers
of the high school enjoyed a very
pleasant outing with a picnic party
nt Ihp Rnrlineton brfdee and which
i was very much enjoyed by the mem
j bers of the party. Each one was sup
, plied with part of a very enjoyable
picnic supper which was spread be
, neath the cool of the river bluffs. The
; teachers felt so well pleased that they
j are anticipating another fine time in
the near future.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
The Lafe Nelson farm, 133 acres.
Two sets of improvements, good eight
room house, one good four room
house, one large barn, no better in
the county, new garage, wash house,
chicken house, good shade trees and
real blue grass lawn, concrete cave.
Good bearing apple, cherry and plum
trees and strawberries. Three and
three-quarters miles south of Platts
mouth. P. O. box 677; Tel. 606.
Don't use harsh physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. . They operate easily. 30c
at all stores.
Blank books 'at the Journal Office.
For any pain, burn, scald or bruise
apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the
household remedy. Two sizes, 30c
and 60c at all drug stores.
I am prepared to serve lunch at
all sales, any place in Cass county.
Please advise me date of your sale
and I will be there.
S. J. REAMES
CEDAR CREEK -:- NEBRASKA
BE A SALESMAN
Earn from $3,000 to $20,000 a yearr
We train jroo in three months' in
tensive work. Twenty-fie year'
teaching experience. Work for board
while attending. Ask for booklet
No. 7. BOYLES COLLEGE. Boyles
Builclimr. Omaha. Neb.
f " mxmmsatm!..mAM.Ka.m!m'W 11.
120 acresuhalf mile n4rth of La
Platte, Nqbr.' Rolling, improved, on
Washington ; highway. Seven miles
to South Omaha. $225.00. per acre.
Will take mortgage for half pur
chase price. Write F. R. Upjohn, 312
No. 37th St., Omaha; Neb.
If yoii want good pruning let us
do- ywir workt Best eqnipped job-;
shop. In'sonth eastern nNcbragka.ljj
at.. . 1
This is YOUR mill ! You can make
it your best-asset.
The mill now wants TWO THOUS
AND TONS of Alfalfa lifiy' for St.
Louis and eastern shipiftgTit.--;
We pay- highest maxlifit price.
Will contract for acreage.
Forage Extension Mills
The progressive party has asked
me to boco!nc their candidate for the
office of sheriff, the request coming
to me as it has, with their full con
fidence and support, they looking for
a man untrammelled by influences
which would hinder the full exercise
of the duties of the office'of sheriff,
I have accepted the position of can
didate. Should I be elected I will en
deavor to administer the law and'
perform the duties of tho office with- j
out fear from any party or clique. I;
shall appreciate the support of all'
who desire the-laws executed with
out 'partiality and with the best in
terests of all the county the aim.
EDWARD W. THIMGAN. j
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The looser fitting coat is increasing
in popularity. Sport suits are great.
Trousers are wider and straighter
hanging bottoms; a little longer, and
small cuffs preferred.
What Young Fellows
Young men are keen critics of
style they know, what is correct and
'"'are satisfied with nothing else.
We especially invite this class
of trade to view our exposition of Fall
suits and overcoats.
Tweeds are here aplenty, checks, diagonals
and - diamond , weaves. Chic new Sport
models models that are NEW. ;
You younmert--cIothes are cheaper and
much better; youll be pleased with the pat-r
terns and prices too, if you'll come in and
rubber. t- , -, ;
$25, $27.50 and $30 r
.... Many with-iwo pairs of pants...
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