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SEMI - WEEKLY
MONDAY, OCTOEER 23, 1922.
For State Representative Troy L. Davis
Trox L. Davis lias accepted the nomination on the re
I ublican "ticket for Representative. lie is a product of Cass
county, having lived in the county all his life. He has been
engaged in fanning and business and has been very success
ful in his line. He is known for his honesty and integrity.
For State Senator Andrew F. Sturm
Andrew I Sturm, who has been nominated by the re
publicans to the office of State Senator, is a man highly es
teemed in this xounty. He has been engaged in the lumber
ami rain business at Xehawka for the past thirty-five years,
lie is a man of good education, possessing a strong personal
it V and thoroughly equipped to represent the people of Cass
county in the Senate, he having served in the Senate two
terms and given general satisfaction.
Fcr County Clerk George R. Sayles
Ccor.jc R. Sayles, candidate on the republican ticket for
Gunny Clerk, was born on a farm near Cedar Creek, in Eight
Mile Grove precinct, ar.d has been a resident of the county
for forty-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 has
made good in the oftuce. filling and performing the duties
with integrity and efficiency.
For County Attorney A. G. Cole
A. G. Cole, candidate on the republican ticket, has filled
the office of County Attorney for two terms and has the rec
ord f.f securing more convictions with less expense to the tax
payers than any of his predecessors. Mr. Cole is a good
lawyer ::ud is faithful to the interests of the county, which is
very important, as !tll the county officers go to him for legal
advice and all the business of the county is conducted in line
with his decisions from a legal standpoint.
For Register of Deeds Mrs. Edna D. Shannon
Mrs. Bdfui I). Shannon, who has been nominated by the
republicans tor this important office, was born and -raised in
Cass county, is a graduate of the Weeping Water high school,
and has had eij;ht years of business experience and four years
in the office of Register of Deeds, which she has filled to the
entire satisfaction of the patrons of the office. Mrs. Shannon
is entitled to a second term on her record alone.
For County Treasurer Will T. Adams
il'iil T. Ada::;s, who has received the nomination on the
republican ticket for Treasurer of Cass county, is well and
favorably known to a large number of the voters, having filled
the office of Deputy Coifhty Clerk for the last four years.
He is well acquainted with the tax list, it having been his duy
to make it up for certification to the Treasurer's office during
the pat four years, which of itself would qualify him for
the osition. lie has lived in Cass county for almost a life
time and has been engaged in farming school teaching and
other lines of work. He solicits your support and, if elected,
will fill the office to the best of his ability.
For Sheriff C. D. Quinton
C. J). Quinton, who is the choice of the republicans of
Cass county for the imjrtant office of Sheriff, has demon
strated what lie can do. There is no office in the county where
experience is so much needed as in the office of Sheriff par
tiev.larly is this true in these times of laze enforcement. Mr.
Ouiuto!! was raised in Cass county and grew to manhood on
a farm near Avoca, Nebraska. He has filled the office of
Sheriff several terms and has never failed to enforce the law
without fear or favor.
For Commissioner, 2nd Dist. C. F. Harris
C. F. Harris 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 age. For some time he worked in the clothing store
of C. K. Wescott at Plattsmouth. later purchasing a farm in
Liberty precinct, where he has engaged in farming for a long
time. He has held numerous positions of honor and trust in
h.is precinct and in the county. He has filled one term as
County Commissioner and has filled it well, having lx-en a
tireless worker for the interests of the county and tax payers.
Hcdias Ix-cn a constant lxxster for good roads at a nominal
cost of construction. The voters will do well to see that Mr.
Harris i rseturncd for another term.
For Commissioner, 3rd Dist H. R. Schmidt
. R. 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 1
Fred Patterson has filled the office of Surveyor so long
and is so well known over the county, that it is needless to
sav anthing other than that he is a candidate for re-election.
THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY WILL MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN VOTING FOR ANY OF
- THE ABOVE CANDIDATES.
one cxira process
which givos a
i From Tl.i . s'lay s iail - i
j County Treasurer Mike Trittrh de
parted this afternoon to look after
, some matters of business in Omaha,
j Mrs. Mathilde Vallery Dutchcr of
j Warrensburg, Mo., is in the city for
a visit with her relatives and many
Janit-s M. Tccgarden of Weeping
Whut was h;e last evonir-g attend
! ins a meeting' of the republican
i'vunly central eomuiittee.
A. K. Edgerton and wife departed
this afternoon for their home at
Chadron, Neb., after a visit litre for
a short time with relatives and
Allie Me!sir.?r and wife ttnci lit- ;
non and J.ii:;.ie Lee were here'
vi trendy- fro:-; the v: inity of Cedar
i'r-.'.'.'k looking after some matters of
Kdward lira inner and wife of I'en
.!ir i.irae down last evening to spend
the night here at the home of Mr.
:;!;d Mrs. John Cory. They brought a
rtile grandson to the hepital in 0:n
iihi where he is ot undergo an op
eration. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ilorold of
Miiuu ;pili ; arrived l:st. evening for
a short visit he re at the Henry Ilr-
. Id rnd A. L. Tidd homes and they
j -p nT t),.. j ttt p;c.-ee-t to depart tomorrow for Lin-
esdames E. A. Buttery and W. C. , jfn wiu.r. ,Jrs HcrolJ wm vJsit fop
oster .entertain. 111 lionor 01
Mrs. Ernest Buttery.
V.h r.i'i.i-".i' 1
V.J. Vip. S
a short time.
torn Friday's Dally.
A very pleasant miscellaneous
shower was given last evening In
honor cZ Mrs. Ernest II. Buttery, one
cf the L-rhiea of the late sun nier, by
Mrs. E. M. Buttery and Mrs. W. C.
The evening was spent in playing 1
1 garnet and various cflie:
A dainty two course luncheon ccn-
flstinsr' of san iwiches, eoiiee, ca'ne:
juiid macroon l ip was served at a
, lcte hour. .
! The br:.!e. who was f eatcd in the '
! middle of the room, was
:v.ith the gifts which were
I Many beautiful and ujeiul gifts
l were received for which the guest o
presented j ' v to
in a Iai,e i's Moi
honor expressed her
M ; thanks. ;
; The following guests were pres
ent: Mesdamcs Herbert Thacker
:i:arl Willlrxis. Edgar G'cze, V. T
.Am. Cha. Hill. Fred Ilirz. J. F. i
'Wolff. J. C. Kuykendall. Gwenevere
Sloane, Lloyd Yonker, II. J. O'Uon
nell of Springiew ani Misses Ella
Hyde. Henrietta Waintraub, (Jrettai
'and Lota Hackenborg, Merna Wolf!',
j Clare Johnson. Gladys Hall. Ida and
; Ruth Fatten. Eerivce Herring. Leona
; Rummerfleid, Victoria Kotoske atid
i'rnm Friday's Dally.
Miss I.erne;-.) Horn departed for
.1 ..aha todr.y whee she will spend a
.-ri time' vi-iiing with friends.
Attorney C. V.. Teflt of Weeping
Water was here today for a few hours
I .eking after .nine matters at the
Mi.-;ses T'J;:r:: acd Lueile Horn, who
.re aif.ndii'.g si-heol in Omaha, tame
in this a!"i .'riipi'n for ::n over Suiulay
i it !.cro Willi rcalives.
t'harl" s Hei( h.art of Louisville was
toiiay f.r a shert ti.ne, eiriving
Tiiet a traveling man from
ihs, whom Mr. lleidiart is to
He an auto trip over tne county,
.irs. J. C. IV;erson. Sr., departed
is morning for Keunard, Xebras-
rv--f '.i-r -- -"1,3
most heartfelt' wli re siu; will visit at the Lil-
ir.rd Jensen home and with the lit-
e'.a'ishter that recently arrived'
1 A'.iftist Fant-ih and wi.'e of Louis-
ill v : a". ore:! in this aitirnDun io - I
j j y a few hours' visit and report j
i ti-n- roads bstwocn this eitv and Lou- 1
1 . ..
: v: no as exc e.lent. ,
V. IJ. Ma-': and wife of Union
v.". ro here tij:'ay for a few hours. Mr.
!.! rk ami wife have just returned
11.. 'j-: it.
TURING the chilly autumn months there's no
need to burn coal. You can have all the
warmth you need in any room by burning kero
sene oil in a well-constructed oil heater. And it
will cost you less per roomful of warmth than
coal. There's no kerosene oil shortage.
Burn kerosene and save your coal for zero
weather. Take your heat with you to the dining
room, sitting room, bath room or bed room. You'll
have plenty of heat but no smoke, no ashes, no
waste, if you use Perfection Kerosene Oil.
For cooking you can't find a better or more
easily and accurately regulated fuel than Perfec
tion Kerosene Oil. Whatever make of oil range
you use, you will find greater economy, clean
ness and satisfaction from uniform, dependable
Perfection Kerosene Oil.
In the city or suburban home and the house on
the open prairie, Perfection Kerosene Oil will help
you to solve the coal problem. Consult your
friends about the use of heaters and stoves..
Dcn't shiver in chilly rooms because coal is scarce,
when an oil heater or two and a few gallons of
Perfection Kerosene Oil will make you cozy and
Mm i w&
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEBRASKA Jh
SIMMONS TO DIE
FEBRUARY 2ND FOR
visit back in
na with re!a-
old hov.ie in In
lives and friends.
Mrs. Charles Ofe and daughter,
M.is Clara of Oakland. Nebraska,
..!io have been here visiting with the
Oi'e family In thiM city, departed this
Homing for their home and were ac
lonipanied as far as Omaha by Mrs.
District Judge Dickson Pronounces
Sentence on the Slayer cf
Eutte. Neb.. Oct. Walter Simmons,
twenty-four, recently found guilty of
the murder of Frank Pahl. Spencer,
Neb., automobile man, was today
sentenced to die February 2 nest by
District Judge Dickson.
The sheriff and a deputy from
Ilutte left for Lincoln with their pris
oner Friday morning, the dispatch
A number of attempts at violence
to Simmons were made following his
arrcct several months ago at Norfedk,
forlowing the discovery of Paul's
body near Spencer.
I At the t rip I the state contended
j that robVry wa3 the motive for the
I'abl was beaten to death with an
automobile crank, the state alleged.
Walter Simmons, sentenced to die
on February 2 for killing Frank
Pahl of Spencer, while enroute to
Lincoln, declared here Friday that he
is innocent. He declares a man named
Jack Currier, who. he thinks, now
lives in Sioux City, tan throw light
on the murder. "Hut it the supreme
court does not grant me a new hear
ing I will face death, my head up. A
man dies but once," he said.
A Remarkable Record
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
a remarkable record. It has been in
use for colds, croup anel whooping
cough for almost lialf a century and
has constantly grown in favor and
popularity as its good qualities be
came better known. 1 is the stand
ard and main reliance for these dis
eases in thousands of homes. The
facta that it can always be depended
upon and is safe and pleasant to take
are greatly in its favox when it is
wanted for children. Weyrieh &
HAVELOCX BUSINESS MEN
Plr.ttsraoutli People Must Eecognize
and Heed It.
to fear serious kidney
to use Doan's Kidney
Kidney ills come mysteriously.
l:ut nature. :iv.Beral!y warns you..
Notice the kidney secretions.
-- if the eoler is unhealthy
If thero are settlings and sedi
ment. Pasf.age3 frequent, scanty, painful.
lean's h;:ve- dene great work
PI litsmoutk. A.-k your neighbor.
'i ! po. ;5tarkjohan. retired farmer,
i'.-yt and Ninth street. Platts
i.'.orih, ray: : "Doan's Kidney Pills
havi been u:-nd i;i eur family Tor
kidney troubles and backache and
'.ey have prov n to be all that is
claimed of then'. Whenever my
1 ark feels a little lame and my kid
neys are not acting as they should,
I take Doan's Kidney Pills for a few
days and thoy never fail to do me
good. Kuan's er n't be equaled and
rrryene having kidney trouble should
t:ike them for they are reliable.
(Statement given February 23,
OVEIt FOUR YEARS LATER, or
cn May 12, 1920. Mr. Stark johan
added: "The cure I had from Doan's
Kidnoy Pills has been a lasting one.
I still have f;.ith in Doan's and if
ever I should need a kidney remedy
r-gair;, I would use them."
Price GCe, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for n kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
hat Mr. Starkjohan had. Foster
Milburn Co.. Mfrs.. IJufi'alo. N. Y.
'rnni'r 'in i i ' ii'iw ii iiiiiwuinffiiimiiwdtiiii i inn 'l 1 ' '
7iV?' WS'F'1 fttkT
Py Improved Designer. Fall and
spring pigs. Growthy and worth the
money. James Terryberry, Cedar
Creek. o9-5tw returned home from Rochester, Min
nesota, where he has been for several
Fro: Saturday's Dally
Yesterday afternoon Simon Clark
SUES RADIO COMPANIES
from Saturday's Daily.
John O. Yeistr, Jr., Omaha attor
ney who yesterday filed suit against
the American Radio corporation,
CJencral Llec-tric; company, American
Telephone and Telegraph company.
Wcstinghouso coir.ro ny and Federal
Radio Inspector Lovejoy, charging
conspiracy to monopolize the air, to
day said his suit was for the purpose
of forcing the government radio de
partment to open, up aproximately
24,000 different wave lengths for the
lu-.e fiZ amateur broadcasters.
" Broadcast lnir can be done on 25.-
000 different wave lenaths." Yeiser I
.said. "Yet governmental regulations
force all broadcasters sending out
mrs'.cal programs to use the same
vr.ve length 360 .metres. As a re
sult, programs conflict, making it
impossible for amateur receivers to
hear at.yth!nr intelligible."
Yciser's broadcasting station was'Mj
! recently closed when he failed to pass
: the government examination.
Lincoln, Oct. 19. Prominent resi
dents of Havelock including over 40
business men. have tent a signed let
ter to the officers of the Burlington
railroad drplorirg acts cf violence
and ttandins squarely for law en
forcement. They express thefr great apprecia
tion of the good will shown Have
lock by the aforesaid officers and em
ployes cf the road and exYreB3 a de
sire to cultivate a mutual feeling of
co-operation and good will and to
make the town a desirable, and safe
place of residence for railroad as
well as other citizens.
YOUR LITTLE DAUGHTER
Would be delighted with the fine-- Lloyd George's ministry down and
toned piano we can sell you. Small out by request. This may prove a bad
weekly payments. Guaranteed jual- moye for old EilfflaI1(1. Lloyd is a
ity. Ask us for particulars. Ih Hospa ...
Co., Omaha. Nebr. wonderful man.
Tour ad wiil carry punch if yea j weeks at the Mayo Brothers' hospital
write it as a plain "selling talk" in
stead oi tryhig to fuss it up witb
.'riiJi ar.d esageratiou.
and is feeling somewhat better as the
result of his operation for cancer. Mr,
Clark will return in a few days to
Rochester for another course of treatment.
WINTER APPLES ICR SALE
Black Twig anel Gano. $1.00 per
bushel at orchard. Call W. H. Mci
singer, phone 3720. oll-Gtd&w
Choice pure bred Chester White
male hogs. March and April farrow.
At farmers' prices. K. E. Sedraan,
seven milts due south of Ashland.
Democratic Candidate for
Your Support Solicited
Pu!!ets and ockerefs
Our S. C. W. Leghorns won 1st Hen, 1st Code,
1st Pullet and 1st Cockerel at the
Cass County Fair.
A number of early hatched, selected cockerels are priced
right. We Must Have Room So am offering a limit
ed number of selected pullets that will lay and pay for
themselves before Spring. Come and see these Leghorns.
"A Visit is a Treat"
W: F. NOLTE,
MYNARD -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
Look This O
Valid reason why you should vote the Democratic ticket. Notice below the
State taxes of 191G, under Democratic administration and 1921 taxes, under
Oscar H. Gapen
E. G. Ruffer
L. W. Amick
O. A. Davis
C. M. Chriswisser
Year of 1316
Year of 191S ear of 1921
fState Total State "Total"
Tax Tax Tax Tax
$22.34 $ 93.12 973.78 $122.29
20.27 73.92 GO.OC 167.44
22.96 92.69 1.1S 186.72
24.57 99.20 7S.12 212.74
21.61 '149.20 67.78 287.56
23.23 . 93.17 68.31 211.14
23.69 95.64 69.3C 214.30
23.84 164.57 66.59! 282.52
21.46 86.64 59.33 183.40
23.84 102. 4G j 71.081 206.79
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