The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, April 21, 1910, Image 2
Spring Una erwear! Our Stock of Underwear is a1- FOR WOMEN:1 FOR MEN: Women's' Gauze Cotton Vesta, , low neck, no sleeves, good qual ity . 10, 15 and 25c Women's Gauze Cotton Veate, h'gh neck, long sleeves 25 and 35c, M'en's fine Ecru Balbriggan shirts and drawers, all sizes, at 50c Each Porosknit Underwear, all sizes, shirts and drawers, at 50c Each Women's Union Suits, low neck, sleeveless, umbrella knee Men's Union Suits, all sizes, 25 and 50c ' ' xtra well made, at 81,00 Per Suit URL K llallcy's Comet. , . The following concerning Hallcy'g comet lias been rc civcd from 1'ro. feasor Swezy, head of tho department of .astronomy nt thi l'iiicrHlfy of Nebraska: ' ' "The following table may -bo of use in looking for J lallcy's "comet which should" soon become bright enough to be found without tho aid of a telescope. In fact It has al ready been mudo out with tho naked eye on mornings when the sky was especially clear, by Home observers who knew Just where to look for It. After observing It this morning with the naked eye by looking along the outside of the tube ofrthe telescope; I thought I could make It out but was not quite Htire; It was best seen about 6 a. m., or a little before, earlier than that the comet Is too cIoho to the horizon to be easily seen and very soon after 5 tho dawn begins to obscure faint objects In the east. Its position at 5 a. m., was 2 degrees north of east and 11 degrees above the horizon. With the unaided eye it could hardly be distinguished as yet from a faiiit star, and a very lit tle haze in the sky would totally ob scure It. Hut from this on It will increase In brightness rather rapidly. 21 . .3:51 a. in.. .. ':.",! a. m. L2. .3:47 a. in.. .53X a. m! 23. .3:43 a. m.! .5:36 p. mi 24. .3:::!) a. m.. .5:34 a. in. 2... .3:35 a. in.. .5:33 a. in. 2 1!. .3:31 a. m.. .5:32 a. m. 27. .3:27 a. m.. .5:31 a. m. 25. .3:24 a. m.. .5:29 a. m. 2!. .3:21 a. m.. .5:28 a. m. 30. .3:18 a. m.. .5:26 a. ni. May May May May May 1 . 2. 3. 1 . . 3 3:15 3:12 :i:o: :OC :04 m. . in., m.. m. . m. . 1:25 1:24 1:23 i:21 1:20 in. ni. in. m. m. "Ity tho first week In May It should bo easy to llnd the comet without the aid of a table." April April April April April April April April April April A Nice I'iUiuc Messrs. 'iuihncy & Clark, the bar bers, aro having an improvement put Into their shop which deserves more than passing mention. It is an apparatus for heating water for their work, consisting of a large me tallic tank capable of holding enough water to Insure a constant supply for all purposes. This tank will be heated by gas and the arrangement for the heating is such that hot wa ter is available for use within ten minutes after the lire is lighted. The tank is connected with a handsome new ulckel and china wash Bland giving both hot and cold water. The latter fixture Is a pretty one and adds much to the cleanly appearance of the shop. The nickel fittings are attractive and can bo kept nice and bright with small trouble It Is a big improvement over the old style method of heating water which they have had and their pntrons are sure to appreciate it. The work Is being done by the I'lattsmouth Water com pany. Messrs. Kuhney & Clark are up-to-the-minute barbers and intend to seo that their patrons get the best there Is to be bad in the shape of improvements. They enjoy al ready a fine patronage and are ex cellent artists In their line deserving it all. CBOF RE Can Accomplish Much Without Aid From Fire Department "A narrow escape from serious loss by fire took place several 'days ago at the fine home of . V. Loctiard, details of which had Just leaked out. Quick action by Mr. Leonard served to stop the fire before it had ol.iiit.ed too much headway and the lire department was not called out. It has been the custom of Mr. Leon ard for many years to follow a reg ular routine of work In the morn ing and it Is probable that this sys tem resulted In saving his very hand some lesidence. lie rose the other morning and lighted the fire in the kitcl.cn after which he went to the barn and did the usual morning chores about that place including milking a co He returned to the bonne with a fine bucket of milk, ha ing some six or eight quarts of the laeeal fluid. As he entered the door 1 e was shocked to see the kitchen nicely blazing away presumably hav ing caught from the kitchen stove, l'e (lid not hesitate but dashed the contents of the milk bucket on the flames and followed this up with an application of several buckets of wa ter which ended the onward march of the flame demon and saved his property. Owing to the- discovery of the lire In time, the damage was merely nominal and tho family suf fered principally from tho depriva tion of fine, fresh rnlik for the morn ing .meal -..,,. In many (awes people would Lave dropped everything and called for the firo . department1 before malting an effort to subdue tho fire but -Mr. Leonard prompt action saved him severe loss doubtless and Is highly commendable. There huve been a large number of alarms sent in the past several months when no neces sity existed for them as a little work by the party turning In the' alarm; would have put out the little blaze existing. The city authorities have warned tho public against sounding the alarm without any foundation and they are determined to break up the practice If possible. Chief Kou bek states that the department must turn out when the alarm Is sounded and he is in hopes citizens will show more discrimination In using the alarm in the future. Condition of (i'1'amrpa Bailey. The condition of Grandpa Eailey is reported this morning to be slight ly improved over the past few days. Tt.e aged gentleman Is resting well and seems to be some stronger. ' Des pito his grat ape he Is making a gallant fight and there seems to be well founded hopes for his recovery at no distant time. His wonderful vitality has proven a most pleasant siirrrlse. to his children and his phy sician and the latter hopes that he will hold out and continue to improve. m STRIKE HI mm SIS ummm j&K: h'JJ fror Infants and Children. 1 AlflDe Kind You S3? fefe:' ',5:2c ALt OUOt 3 PER CENT. ; AVctjelublc PrcparaHonforAs slmilaiiii(JilicFoc(fan(IRct!u!a llnfjllic Sumachs aniBowcIsi Promolcs DirfcsHonChrr rful ncss and ltest.Conlalns neither Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral lTufj JW" Jx.Smntt , lbMttSJ!:- Jhymint iltC.vtxici&Jk lixm Strtl' . (T'wnW SifT Uumnmti thlcr. Anerfecl Remedy forCoTCllpi I Ion , Sour Slourach.Dlarrtoci Worms .roiwulsions.rcvcnsh ness and LossofSleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Have Always Bought Bears Signature Ho ' Lx M M If IT . mw mm ! r A i i p a 3 In Use For Over Thirty Years irri- -n iLi.f ii ii I nil ii iiiiiniiii l Uvuri-iil'l m I 11" II II II I I i n 'I I " I.. I II II II "I II III! i niiimiiiii-1 1" nrii - m ii ii in nil nii-vi TMt IKTUII . Von IT. uarantrrd unkTtl I oocU Exact Copy of Wrapper, . For Klglith Orudo 1'npils. Today was the first day for ex amination throughout the county for the eighth grade, passing which ad mits to high schools the successful applicants. In this city the examina tion is taking place at the office of Miss Foster, county superintendent, the following pupils being present: Misses Grace fight. Doris Vallery, (Henna Darker. Jllldred Snyder, Alice Tschlrren, Nellie Cook and Emil l'arkeniiliig, all of Mynard. The ex amination will also continue. tomor row (April 22) und on Thursday and Friday, May 12 and 13. In ad dition to liolding the examination here examinations will he held on the same dates as follows, the names of the conductor following that of the town: Weeping Water, I. N. Clark; Elmwood, J. II. Slothower: Greenwood, A. J. Wlckland; ' Avoca, J. L. Zlnk; Uulon, (J. W. Cheney; South Ilend, Blrdlne Smith; Manley, Idly C. TIghe; Wabash. Etta James; Louisville, Walter Plybon; Eagle, W. U. Mann: Nehawka. R. R. Cniiin- Murdock. Cora E. Smith; AIvo, J K. WUcockson; Cedar Creek, Leiia Young; Murray, Frank Curley. Three Car Loads of Men Pass Through Here Yesterday Train No. 33, the stub from Paci fic Junction to Oreapolis, yesterday afternoon had three carloads of men en route from the east to Havelock where they will take the places of the striking boilermakers. Appar ently the company is having no dif ficulty in securing men to take the places made vacant by the men, al though opinions differ as to the ef ficiency of the men being put to work. Talking with several of the men who are out, they maintain that the men who are taljing their places are not. boilermakers at all but are merely laborers whom the company is using in an effort to make- it ap pear the strike is a failure and that. In the end the men v. ill win the fie.l t, as tho new men will cripple r.p tho rolling t-to'-k of the company when they try to make repairs-on' it. On the other band the railway officials invdst the men are boilermakers and that the east is; full of that kind of' median b h. They declare that the stiike is over now and that engines are being kept up in good shnpe. They also laugh at the reports which prevail along 'the line of dead en gines on the Billings line and de clare the stories without foundation. The men who are being brought in from the east are kept in the shops at Havelock, a dining car being put at their service and other arrange ments being made to make the men feel at home. No trouble is report ed anywhere along the line, as the strikers are behaving nicely and are peaceful and there seems no prospect of any trouble anywhere. However, the company is taking the necessary steps to avoid any trouble by keeping their new men to themselves and not permitting them to go up town. The end of the strike so far as the strik ers la concerned, Beems far distant as the men are still out and show no signs of weakening. There are the usual rumors of other mechanics go ing out In a general move against the piece work system but it is not be lieved there is any foundation for the report. Certainly in this city, there is no disposition whatever to strike and the men reem well ton tented with conditions. tinVrl vtrpn . ONE LITTLE DOLLAR, so easily spent, if put in the bank at 10 per ccit, compound interest would in 500 years amount to 4 (juintiHion, 984 quadiillion," 196 trillion, 731 billion, 226 mi!. ion, 689 thousand, six hundred and twenty nine dollars. ? 496.984,196,731,226,689,629. M.tney grows if you will let it. - We will p;iy you three per cent on the money you put in our bank and compound. the Interest every twelve months. T. f ft ft- '-'' 6 L.-4 i,,'t o ...... In r. of sudt'tu .sh'kn.'' of tie .-;e: t. i :;: t . r a r.'i.!ci:t s t':-f fu'i-t ai.l 't imroi tan-1' will of a I j. The (piickly person rc!iainii c-ol think of scuitLIn t t.Vr.t will lessen the rain cr dis..oa-foit of tho pa eitnet. Every Kcther knows, of should know, wbr.t to do in such cases before the doctor arrives. One of the remedies that should be con sidered in a caee 6? sudden sickness is Triner's American Elixir of Lit ter Wine, bca'.ise it will stimulate t'"e circulation of the blood, bring ing in this way all organs to work, it is a very, good remedy in dU-tv-ti tf-tLe stomach and the-intestines and a natural tonic. , People, pale and sickly, will find In tal3 remedy the be:?t help. Use it now, if you wish to purify your blood in a natural way. . At drug stores. Jos. Triner, 133-1333 So. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. Suits made to order rrora $20. 10 to $35.00. Sochor, the tailor. lioys and (ill N Club. County Superintendent Foster has received from the state superintend ent notice that a special meeting will be held in Cass county for the pur pose of organizing a boys club in agriculture and a girls club in do mestic science. Miss Foster has Is sued a special call for a meeting at her office on next Tuesday, April 26, at 1:30 p. m., at which time Mr. A. K. NelBon, director of the University short courses In agriculture and do mestic sclenco will attend and out line the work. The girls club will be organized by Miss (lerturde Row an of the state agricultural college, All boya and girls under 21 years of ago are cordially invited to attend and are eligible to membership. It is hoped that the attendance will be very large. Any lady reader of this paper will receive, on request, a clever "No Drip" Coffee strainer coupon privi lege, from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. It Is silver-plated, very pretty, and positively prevents all dripping of tea or coffee. The Doctor sends it, with his new free book on "Health Coffee" simply to introduce this clev er substitute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee is gaining in pouiaruy because or; first, its ex quisite taste and flavor; second, Its absolute healthfulness; third; its economy llb 25c; fourth, its con. enience. No tedious 20 to 30 min utes boiling. "Made In . a minute" says Dr. Shoop. Try it at your grocer's, for a pleasant surprise. F. White. Rheumatic poisons are quickly and surely driven out of the blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy liquid of tablet form. Dr. Shoop's booklet on Rheumatism plainly and Interestingly tells Just how this Is done. Tell Borne sufferer of this book, or better still, write Dr. Shoop Racine, Wis., for the book and free test samples. Send no money. Just Join with Dr. Shoop and give some sufferer a pleasant surprise. All deal The First Issue. Rev. C. A. Burdlck of Nehawka, editor of the Religious Field Glass came up today from bis home on business connected with his publica tion, being a caller at the Journal printery where the monthly is pub llshed. The initial number of this handsome little magazine is a splen did one and shows much work and ability on the part of the able divine who edits it. That it will leap into Instant, popularity is unquestioned and that it will advance to the front rank of religious publications in Ne braska and this part of the country seems unquestioned. It is now ready for distribution to the subscribers who will find It well worth all it costs. Rev. Hurdick contemolates some changes and Improvements in the periodical such as naturally fol lows the launching of a new enter prise so that its patrons can look forward to a Bteadlly increasing amount of interesting matter in it. C. It. S. lluggj Pole Xoik Yoke. The C. D. S. buggy pole and neck yoke is the best there is Just out, Insist on getting one. Manspeaker sells the poles and the hardware 1L ?M lift ?s.-f ill 4p$ lit Wiff; It III! i llwift jto.Bn iPi.Sil ft ' GIVING good values for your rn ui'- v, such as we are giving, makes the cloth ing b 'j sines; a sjurce of pleasure to us. Con stantly making. friends or new customers and holding the friendship of the older ones that's enough to make any business a pleasure. - When we sell you clothes at our "value giving' ' prices, we're not getting rich from the immediate pro fits, but we're making sure of geiting your clothes money in the future. Making you a solid friend (cus tomer) of this store; that's our aim'ih selling you such good clothes at such low prices. Any day you feel like it we'll be glad to show you some of the lively patterns from our large Spring showing. Suits $10 to $30 The Home of Hart, SchaJner & Marx Clothes Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats Mentor Comfort Union Suits $1.00 to $4.60 All Slses A 1 stores sell the neck yokes crs.