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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1022.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
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( POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY WILL MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN VOTING FOR ANY OF
THE ABOVE CANDIDATES.
For Slate Representative Troy L. Davis
7nv L. Daz-is lias accepted the nomination on the re
1 t:Uic;i:i "ticket for Representative. He is a product of Cass
o-untv. having lived in the county all his life. He lias been
in -:--''-' 1 in fanning aud business and has been very success
ful i.i his line. He is known for his honesty and integrity.
For State Senator Andrew F. Sturm
.:;.vr::..' i:. Sturm, who has been nominated by the re-.u!;li-.-ar.s
to the office of State Senator, is a man highly es
teemed in this county. He has been engaged in the lumber
and grain business at Xehawka for the past thirty-live years.
He is a man of good education, possessing a strong personal
ity ami thoroughly eji:ipped to represent the people of Cass
en: tv i:i the Senate, he having served in the Senate two
tenns a:ul given general satisfaction.
Fcr County Clark George R. Sayles
(,V,;,'vv R. Styles, candidate on the republican ticket for
G'untv Clerk, was born on a farm near Cedar Creek, in Eight
Mi'.e (Irove precinct, and has been a resident of the county
:: f. vtv-live years. He received his education in the public
schools and the state university. He has filled the office of
Clerk for one term and is entitled to a re-election, as he lias
n-.P'!e goid in the offiice. filling and performing the duties
v. ifu integrity and efficiency.
Tcr County Attorney A. G. Cc!e
. ,'. ti. die. candidate on the republican ticket, has filled
tV- ; :'?:-:e of C"imiv Attorney for two terms and has the rec
o:d .if se.uviiig m re convictions n'i'1'1 expense to the tax
3 . '.vers than any of his predecessors. Mr. Cole is a good
lav.y jr a:: ! faidiful to the interests of the county, which is
very important, as all the county officers go to him for legal
advice and all the business of the county is conducted in line
his decisions from a legal standpoint.
For Register of Deeds Mrs. Edna D. Shannon
Mrs. Ec.na D. Sluuinon. who has been nominated by the
re; t:b!irat:s for this important office, was born and raised in
Ca-- C"'.Y.uv, is a graduate of the Weeping Water high school,
and ha. had eig.t years of business experience and four years
in office of Register of Deeds, which she has filled to the
entire satisfaction of the patrons of the office. Mrs. Shannon
is ei.titied to a second term on her record alone.
For County Treasurer Will T. Adams
Will T. .!dj:ns. who lias received the nomination on the
republican ticket for Treasurer of Cass county, is well and
favorr.b!" known to a lirge number of the voters, having filled
tic oV:cc of Deputy County Clerk for the last four years.
He is we'd acquainted with the tax list, it having been his duty
to niake it up for certification to the Treasurer's office during
the par-t four years, which of itself would qualify him for
ti e position. He has lived in Cass county for almost a life
lime ar.d has been engaged in farming school teaching and
otlier lilies of work. He solicits your support and. if elected,
a v. ;!l iVil the office to the best of his ability.
For Sheriff C D. Quinton
C 1). Quinton. Avh-o is the choice of the republicans of
C: county for the important office of Sheriff, has demon
strated what lie can do. There is no office in the county where
e.perienre is so much needed as in the office of Sheriff par
ilcvhirly is this true in these times of laze enforcement. Mr.
fjuir.t on was raised in Cass county and grew to manhood on
a fa: i;i near Avoca. Nebraska. He has filled the office of
Sheriff several terms and has never foiled to enforce the law
without fear or favor.
For Commissioner, 2nd Dist. C. F. Harris
C. -. Ham's is the republican nominee for Commissioner
in the Second district. He was born on a farm 57 years ago,
in the state of Virginia, and came to Cass county when 19
years of agC. :,,v sonic tnrie jie worked in the clothing store
of C. i:. Wescott at Piatt.-moutli. later purchasing a farm in
Liberty precinct, where lie has engaged in farming for a long
time. He has Ueld numerous positions of honor and trust in
his precinct and in the county. He has filled one term as
TJounty Commissioner and has filled it well, having been a
Unless worker for the interests of the county and tax payers."
He has been a constant booster for good roads at a nominal
cost of construction. The voters will do well to see that Mr.
Harris i rseturned tor another term.
Fcr Commissioner, 3rd Dist. H. R. Schmidt
. A'. Schmidt has lived in Cass county for 41 years, in
the neighborhood of Murdock and has worked at farming,
being later engaged in the contracting business, at which he
has been successful. He has assessed Elmwood precinct for
thirteen years with the very best satisfaction. If elected to
the office of Commissioner, he will give the people the very
best service of which he is capable.
For County Surveyor Fred Patterson
Fred Patterson has filled the office of Surveyor so long
and is so well known over the county, that it is needless to
say anthing other than that he is a candidate for re-election.
CASS CO. FARM
Many have reported that the wee- t'i -H-LC't.'JtSiX
Weevil in Wheat
".. f ' r
vil is doing much damage ia the stor
ed 'Wheat. Treatment for weevil ;
use 1 No. or carbon bisuipniae to i
every 35 bushels of wheat. I'our the ;
liquid on top of the wheat or put it 1
in shallow pans and set on top of the j
wheat. The fumes are heavier than
air so they will travel downward, a!- :
so they are very strong, ss be careful '
not to breath them. Do not light ;
matches for it is' very explosive. If
the wheat is a depth of five feet
leave the granary closed for 3G hours; !
if deeper leave 4S hours. Caution:
After treating the wheat leave the
building immediately. ;
This is YCUH rniil! You can make;
it Your best sszet.
The mill r.ow wants TWO THOUS-AI-ID
TOITS cf Alfalfa liay for St.
Icuis and eastern shipment.
We ray highest market price.
Will ccjitract for acreage.
FHOXC NO. 303
I front Mnni1:.' J'nil'k
Mis3 Mary E. Foster, of Union, was
! here for a short time today, enroute
to Omahu after an over Sunday visit
with home folks.
J. A. Capwell of Elmwood was
here today looking after some legal
I in-; 1 tors and also looking after his
! interests as democratic candidate for
tcunty attorney. ,
Mrs. P. D. Burgess of Cedar Itat)-
ids, Nebraska, was an over Sunday j
visitor in this city at the home of!
! her father, A. W. White and her ,
winter, Mrs. J. A. Doneian.
:-Irs. Edward Fox, of Tekin, Illi-.
nois. who has been enjoying a visit 1
?t the heme cf iier father, CI. W. '
Hayiiic, in this city, for a short
time, departed this morning for her l
"Patter, Jimmy, t attar t
You know mother aoid
thtrm won't bo any
breaklaat till m bring
tho Kellogg'm Corn
acnooi xtoats r- t rt r I r r g
There were ten floats in the grand i"jf tiktS Ci;i(3l20lUli S
parade. Many represented some par-j
tiv-ular phase of school work, others j Plattsmouth Nehr.
old fashioned school, Coddess of '
Liberty, etc. The fair board wishes 1 - -
. . , .1. : . . . 1 1. . I
schools for helping make tha fair
Hog Cholera 1
No new cas's of cholera have been j
reported for the last two weeks
The ladies of the Oxford club met J 1 tuhi-'C- cf Late Platings to Mee
-1 STATE POTATO
CROP iS SHORT
Thurs'.Iav mternoon at it:o no.., r.
Mrs. Ed Canjemer. About sixteen j
women were present. Setting the j
tablo and suggestions on table ser
vice were demonstrated at the meet-
ing. The ladies were very interested !
pnd asked questions about points,
that had been confusing to them. At'
the close of the meeting the hostess
served dainty refreshments. '
Tress Construction i
Thirty women met for an all day!
meeting at t'.ie home of Mrs. John :
Wehrbein near Plattsmouth. Twenty-!
fight house dresses were tut and tit-;
ed at the meeting. These ladies are j
very enthusiastic and came with ma- (
terial fo ra ho we dress and a to:nl .
p!?e set of sewing equipment. Some !
of the short cuts in sewing were also j
demonstrated and the women went
homo feeling that they Lad a great ;
leal to show for ihz day's work. A
bounteous dinner was served at noon.
This club expects to meet again Oc
tober 31 to finish the dresses.
Health Meetings in Cass County
Who? Dr. lletlgcr.
When? October 13.
Where? Xehawka 2 p. in.. Elm
wood 8 p. m.
Everybody welcome. Don't miss
this splendid opportunity to hear Dr.
E:n..ectations Heascn Given by
A decrease o' 1,000 cars in the es
. i'.iate c!" coKi'.iu rcial potatoes in
western Nebraska due to the failure
rf late plantings to meet previous ex
potations is announced today by the
ci.ision of crop and live stock esti
: :uus snd the Nebraska Department
The condition of the western po
to crop a i.:c:ith ago indicated a
; o:::n. r i:A "urrlvia of G.00O cars as
r. ire I to the present estimate of
OJ tars and last year's shipments
i.127, tars. A laige per cent of
j wes; era crop was planted
ANDY SCHMADER TO
Cass County Heavyweight Leaves To
day for El Paso, Texas, to
Meet Colored Battler.
Andy Schmader. the Louisville
heavyweight, who in his ring career
ha3 mixed it with some of the hard
est nut3 in the pugilistic world, is
to take on another of tho big boys
3am Langford the colored terror
being the late?t opponent of Andy.
The local fighter leaves Omaha to
day for El Paso, Texas, where the
mate)- will be held on Wednesday,
Octrbcr ISth. Manager Jack Lewis
will accompany Andy to the west
Texas city and attend the meeting of
the two clever heavyweights.
This fight has attracted much at
tention in the southwest where Lang
ford has been doing a great deal of
nis ngnting lately and there is r.o;
rimibt tli:it. tht rpsidnnls nf "Tiwl
..... , , .. t.i'n crop is lar rc
Pass will Fee some real fighting ,,.
.. . 1. . I. , ., 1. T . 1 ' 1 U t .11.11 It
v-. l.eii me luiureu vj v. eigiii anu
the Nebraska boy meet.
1 wl-.ile the vine growth was good
,:vl iiiduat- d a fair yield, the tubers
,;id not tlevelope properly and the
;i.)Is ar very light. Some late
', r.ji.d fioMs received practically no
r.I-.i. Irrig.ited potatoes were dam-
-.i also by cxtrer.:8 heat.
A l; a result of the poor yields of
V Into plant'Ir.gs which constitute a
ijirly large percentage of the total
r. reage, t!.e commercial surplus will
not exc-cd tiiat of last year by more
il .;a 15 p ;r c: :U in spite of the fact
ih.:t tho ncroage is nearly 47 per
cent larger. The present estimates
.v.-l 2.C0o car:? from irrigated sec
lions and 2.700 cars from dry land
s-tions. The quantity that will ac-luril-y
move will depend largely upon
luture prices. At present the average
price of dry land potatoes is about
DO cents per hundred pounds, or 30
cents, per bushel to growers. Such
! r.v prices are certain to limit ship
:.:cnts. Slightly previous to October 1,
's tlia ii 500 cars of western Ne
1 r?l:a potatoes have been moved, or
jboiu 10 per tent of the available
.-tv.;. lu. After making due allow
: t, for culls ard storage, this would
indicate that 15 per cent of the crop
I rs been harvested.
Kect-nt information from some
(o-rpcting sections offers a little en
r onragemr nt to growers also. Dry
ath. r is rrpor.Pible for reduction
f- -;;z" jimi mi'nber ier bill of tubers
in Crci. n and Washington, and there
ii considerable disease in Oregon.
Idaho promises a large production.
HEUNI0N OF THOMAS FAMILY
From Tuesdays I-am.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thomas and
son3 Karl and George, will go to Om
aha today where they will attend a
family reunion to be held at the
home of Mr. Thomas' sister, Mrs. W.
A. Coglizer. The guest of honor will
be T. J. Thomas of Omaha. C hildren
of Mr. Thomas have married and
moved to widely separated part of the
country and the reunion today will
bring them all together for the first
time for a number of years. Those
who will attend are: Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Kingsley of Downer's Grove, 111.;
Mrs. J. S. Eastman of Los Angeles.
Cal.; Mrs. Lawrence Hoefer of Paw
huska, Okla.; V. L. Thomas of De
Moines, la.: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cog
lizer of South Omaha, and Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Thomas and Karl Thom
as and George Thomas of this city.
Nebraska City Press.
SARPY COUNTY FARM FOR SALE
120 acres half mile north cf La
Platte, Nebr. Rolling, improved, on
Washington highway. Seven miles
to South Omaha. $225.00 per acre.
Will take mortgage for half pur
chase price. Write F. It. Upjohn, 312
No. 37th St., Omaha, Neb.
rts from Michigan, Illinois and
Indiana says that the crop Is not
t.trr.ing out well. Some frost and rot
('image in Michigan and scab in III I
rois and Indiana. According to the
September rep ort from Maine, the po
lar below last year while
nnsylvania show a
iisir increase. Tho condition in the
.Hilii contra! states, including Min
nesota, the Dakotas and Montana,
?.hows little change but the crop ia
f-omewhat uneven due to disease and
BiS?ER8!GH SiSLE OF BIG
TYPE POLAND CHINA HOGS
HOGS TAKEN UP
Four black hogs and one red bog
taken up that owner may have by
calling at my place southeast of
Union, paying all damages and for
C. L. STOTTLER,
o2-4w. Union, Nebr.
Itch, Itch, Itch! Scratch, Scratch,
Scratch! The more you scratch, the
worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment.
For eczema, any skin itching. 60c a
Owin.T to my age nr.d health. I am
retiring from the hog business, and
cn f-.iturday. October 14th, 1922. I
v.-ill sell at public auction regardless
of price sixty head of the best breed
ing hogs I have ever put through a
Faie ring 20 choice spring boars,
35 open spring Kilts and 15 open fall
Now. Friends, Farmers, Breeders,
this will be yetir last chance to se
cure choice breeling stock from my
herd and a3 many of you know there
i not a better herd in the state of
Don't let this opportunity go by,
but be here nr.d own some of these
good gilts or a good boar. I am go
ing to sell them and you will make
Send in your name for a catalog
and remember the date Saturday,
October 14. 1922.
Pacific Junction, Iowa.
BARN 13 BURNED
From Wednwdav's Dally.
This afternoon the barn on the
farm of Grover Parrlott northwest
of the city was discovered on fire
and with the blaze fanned by the
Ftiff breeze the structure was soon
destroyed and also the grass and
weeds nearby caught fire and the
flames threatened for a time to
rpread to the residence, but the hard
work of the members of the family j
and neighbors was checking the
flames at the last reDorts received.
J The greatest loss was ten head of
I horses reported lost in the barn.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Utter motored
to Lincoln yesterday accompanied ;
by Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Bates and the t
party were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Wheeler tor the day. I
The trip was made in the new car of
Mr. Utter's. J
Warren Snowbcrger was a pas3en- j
gvr this afternoon for Omaha where
he goes to visit his brother, Ralph ;
Snowberger. who is at the Methodist ;
hrspital suffering fram a piece of j
sic el in his eye. The young man was i
injured a few days ago at the shops-,
and it is feared with lose the sight i
of his eye.
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping;
Watr was here today to look after
i.cme matters in the county court for j
a fsw 1 our;. j
A marriage license was issued to-:
day in tli3 office of the county judge j
to Mr. Alfred C. Anderson and Miss '
A'lm A. Ot, both of Xehawka. I
Ray Wi!cs of St. Louis, who is en- j
joying a visit in this city as well a.i '
in Omaha and other points with his !
relatives and friends, has returned to J
his home. j
Searl S. Davis of near Murray was
here vrslerdav afternoon for a few
hours. Mr. Davis and family are pre- !
paring to move here in the next few
weeks to make their home.
IMsz Mrie Balk, or Randolph, Ne-l-raska.
who lias been visiting here at
the home of Mrs. Martin L. Freder
icli and family, returned this morn
ing to her home and was accompan
ied as far as Omaha by Miss Amelia j
II. O. Streight, chief clerk to the j From Tuesday s Dally,
general storekeeper of the Chicago i This morning in the court of Judge
& Great Western, with his wife and William Web.er, William Erantner
little daughter, who have been here was present to answer to the charge
visiting at the home of the parents 'cf having been In the state of in
of Mr. Streight, returned this after- ' toxicatica last night. Officer Alvin
noon to their home at Oelwein, Ia. Jones took Mr. Brantner into cus-
jtody and after hearing the evidence
this morning, juage ueoer assesseu
a fine of $1C and costs on him.
ICEIXOGGS against any
Com Flakes you ever ate!
Takes the rough edges off hopping out of the covers
these snappy mornings just thinking about that lusty
bowl of Kelloggs Corn Flakes waiting down-stairs!
Big and brown and crispy-crunchy flakes a revelation
In appetizing flavor, wonderful in wholesome goodness
Pie 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" !
Kelloggs are a delight to eat, 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 realize
KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for
tomorrow 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!
ss .Msoorr f - sFP.ss SKA
CORN FX AICES
Bn sulcera el KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES sad KELLOGG'S BRAN, coekeJ and treebfej
FINED FOR INTOXICATION
For baby's crcun, Willie's daily
! cuts and bruises, mother's sore
throat, grandma's lameness Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household
remedy. 30e and 60c.
I am Drenared to serve lunch at
all sales, any place in Cass county.!
Please advise ir.e date of your sale
and I will be there.
S. J. REAMES
CEDAR CREEK -:- NEBRASKA
Don't forget Frank Andersen's
Poland China Hcg Sale, Saturday,
October 14, 1922, at Pacific Junc
tion, Iowa. oD-2sw, id
Journal want ads pay. Try them
VERY SERIOUSLY ILL
From Tuesday's Dally.
The many friend3 cf Mrs. Henry
Lutz will regret to learn that she
is quits seriously ill at her home in
the south part of the city an 1 that
her condition ha3 caused more or
less worry to the members of tiu
family. The patient has been Fkk
for scrue thee.
' To feel Strong, have good appetite
and digestion, deep roundly ami. en
joy life, ?e Burdock Blood BlU't-3,
the family system tonic. Price, $1.25.
N HE A SALESMAN S
J Karn frm J3.000 to J20.000 t yoir. ij
H We train veil in throe menili' in- A
' teas've work. Twenty-five scat'
l tirh;r.K pipcrl' net-. Work (or hi'ar.l
t'4 while attending. A-sk for lro'.;!e; -J
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Found at Our Store.
Tablets 5 and 10c
nroafc Valuta SJnrp th Pffi-War Uavs Are Awaiting i ou!
History Paper and Loose Leaf Covers
Water Color Paints and Crayolas
Camel Hair Brushes
All Different Kinds of Note Books are now on Our Shelves for Your Inspection.
Composition Books! Spelling Books!
Prices are Such that You Will Be More than Surprised!
Inks of All Colors for Your Use!
Call in and Select Your Supplies for the Opening Day
of the School Time!
Buff Orpington coekrala. Address
W. H .Kruger, Nehawka, Nebraska.
Weeping Water phone 2323.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys-
tpepsia anu constipation weakenp
the whole nyctenj. Doan's Regulets
(30c per box) act mildly on the liver
and bowels. At all drug stores.
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