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ayp Folks! Next Sunday is
OF WOODEN OF THE WORLD MEET
REPRESEHTATIVES ll IKE SHIES
We expect to sell a great many Easter suits this week, and
we are certainly prepared to meet the demand. Our racks are
hanging full of the "latest blossoms" of the suit kingdom and
their beauty and attractiveness mustlbe seen to be appreciated.
Blue Serge has the call and iu this' sturdy fabric we show over
twenty-five 'styles, ranging in price from the all-wool $10 one to
the finest at $35.. Then come beautifulltans, and browns, and
grays in stripes and mixtures and diagonals. The fine pencil
stripes are also favorites this season and we have them in black,
blue, tan and brown grounds with white stripes, in pricts $15 to
$30. The graceful outlines of these suits and the magnificent
tailoring that's in them are making customers for us every day.
We want to show yov these suits. We will not urge you to buy.
Come early and take your time. If ycu're particular we'll take
special pains with you.
Eo Wescott s Sons
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION
Over Two Hundred D:!egates in Attendance and Hasting TreaU
Them Royally W. B. Riihel Represent Local Camp.
Friends surprised Mr. and Mrs.
T'url Long at their beautiful home
in Manley Saturday evening, April
R. The evening was spent in
music and games. The visitors,
bringing with them the supper,
was an agreeable part of the sur
price. At a late hour they de
parted for their homes, all feeling
the evening was well spent. Those
present were as follows: Clara
Domingo, Lena T'hilpol, - Iter! ha
Miller, Anna Chrislensen, Jessie
Jones, Mary West, Fannie Cole,
Maren Rasuiussen, Marie Reh
nieier, F.dith Jones, Stella Niede
hug, Myrtle Preston, Christiana
Chrislensen, Margaret Wolpert,
Notice of Application for Liquor
Notice is hereby given to all
persons interested ami to the
public, that the undersigned, Ous
F. Mohr, has filed his petition and
application with Hie village clerk
of the village of Avoca, County of
Cass, and State of Nebraska, as
required by law, signed by the
required number of resident
free-holders of the said
village, setting forth that
the applicant is a man of re
spectable character ami standing
and a resident of the Slate of Ne
braska, and praying that a license
may be issued to the said (ins F.
Mohr for the sale of mall.
MEET IN THE CLUB ROOMS
OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church held a most de
lightful meeting yesterday afternoon
in the club room of the church. There
was no business session held at this
time, the occasion being purely of a
social nature. There were a large
number of the ladies and friends of
the society in attendance, who en
joyed an afternoon which will long be
remembered. The time was very
pleasantly spent in social conversa
tion and various other amusements.
Gets Standard Bred Mare.
Claude Shoemaker received a
fine standard bred mare from
Beatrice this morning. The hand
some animal came in by freight
and was unloaded at the Hurling-
ton freight house. The nag is i
beautiful bay and has a speedy
look, with the appearance of mak
ing her mile in very quick lime
THE 5END I!! '
DAY" IN NEBRASKA CITY
Lena T.oncr. Nellie Preston. Mrs.
William Preston, Messrs. William ! Ihp municipal year ending May 2, j
Preston, Jem Chrislensen, him or
Each lady had been requested to
spirituous and vinous liquors for bring something along the line of eat
ables for the necessary fixings for a
Preston, Alfred Dean, Edward
Hcnoger, Purl Long, Jens Miller,
Peter Miller, Henry Chrislensen,
Peter Chrislensen, Walter Chris
tcnseji, Martin Johnson, Edward
Jones, Alfred Nelson, Fred Bever
age., August, lUider, William
Baier, Sophus Winther Serne
.Winther, Mathew, Wagner, Henry
Peterson, Arthur Jones.
William Rau, cashier of the
Manley bank, is taking a lay-off
on account of the grippe this
Dr. Beirne returned to Manley
Monday after spending Sunday in
Thomas Keckler purchased a
1912, at his place of business,
situated on the west two-thirds of
bit 5, in block 13. in said village
of Avoca, Nebraska.
flus F. Mohr, Applicant.
April 13, 1911.
If patience is needed in every!
phase of our life, iu our occupa
tion, in society and in our family
cirrle, it is mostly needed in sick
ness. A cranky patient is an un
told burden to his innocent sur
roundings. In such cases it be
comes necessary to shorten the
sickness as much as possible. If
it is a sickness of the digestive
organs, we wish to recommend to
picnic luncheon, and at a convenient
hour all sat down to a most delicious
luncheon, which was served in reg
ular picnic style and which was thor
oughly enjoyed in regular picnic
fashion. It was a late hour when all
had departed for their homes, voting
the ocacsion one of the most enjoyable
they had participated in for some
Mr. W. B. Rishel returned this
morning from Hastings, where, ho
attended, as a delegate, the bien
nial convention of the Woodmen
of the World, which met in that
oily for a two days' session last
Tuesday. Mayor C. L. Miles of
Hastings made the speech of wel
come, which was responded to by
Rev. T. D. Davis of Tecumseh.
Mr. Rishel has warm words of
praise for tho hospitality of the
people of Hastings, and says the
delegates were given the best tho
city had to bestow. The follow
ing reference to the convention
affairs in the Hastings Daily
Trbune of Wednesday, April 12
Following the election of offi
cers yeslcrday the camp adopted
resolutions making certain re
commendations to tho sovereign
camp. Resolutions were adopted
thanking Hastings for the hospt
The ' following officers wert
elected: . E. R. Stiles, Omaha,
head consul; John Kennedy,
South Omaha, head adviser; R. S
Rowe, Omaha, head banker; L. H.
Saunders, Verdigris, head escort;
P. S. Bigelow, Blair, head watch
man; Rev. T. D. Davis, Tecum
seh, head sentry; S. Ooodard of
Edgemont, S. D.; George Vanacek
of Omaha, Oeorgo Chrostoph of
The Woodmen of Ihe World I Norfolk and C. L. Mather of Ben-
SIIIPS FINE HOG.
Mr. H. C. Long, a prominent Hamp
shire swine breeder of near Murray,
brought a fine brood sow to Flatts
mouth today and shipped her to his
son-in-law, Robert Shrader, at Hol
brook, Nebraska. Mr. I.ong has been
breeding the Hampshire, a famous
ine new Maxwell auto in Omaha ; 'our Triner's American Elixir of , bacon-producing hog, for some years,
I Bitter Wine as a very effective , amj fin(jg that there is more demand
' i :n. ..:,.!. ii . ..
ni remedy with quick results. It
move into tho hotel building next ' clean out the system thoroughly
week. The Jenkins being one of, strengthens it at the same
llanlcy's best families, we wish j tim: it creates a healthy appetite
them success in the hotel husi- promotes digestion. You
should try it in acute and habitual
constipation, flatulence, head-
Mrs. Evans and little daughter
returned from a three weeks' visit, ad,ft' nausea, vomiting, colic and
in Kansas City, Missouri Friday.
Mrs. William Rouh and daugh
ters, Thresa and Anna, spent
Monday in Omaha shopping.
cramps; it orten quickly relieves
rheumatic and neuralgia pains.
At drug store. Jos. Triner. 1333
1339 So. Ashland ave., Chicago,
for them every year. It is claimed
for this hog that it will produce bet
ter bacon than animals fed only on
gras or than any other hog corn fed.
Miss Leota McDonald went to
Omaha Saturday evening.
Oscar McDonald and wife were
passengers to Omaha Saturday
afternoon, reluming Sunday
Miss Bertha Ooohry spent Sun
day with her parents.
Master Meredith Weddell and
Wiss Josie Rush have both been
fuite sick with Ihe measles.
Mrs. E. T. Tool and Mrs. Emil
luehn were in Omaha Monday.
Cedric Fulmer and wife of
Oreonwood visited with the lat
tcr's parents here Sunday.
Mrs. Louie Neitzel returned
Saturday after several weeks'
visit, with her son in Havelock.
Ed Thimgan visited a few days
last week at Sutton, Neb.
Miss Elsie Stout and Miss
Josephine Hite of Alvo visited
several days last week with the
latler's sister, Mrs. Oladys
Harry McDonald was in Omaha
Miss Meta Neitzel went to Lin
coln Friday evening.
Rudolph Kuhn and family visit
ed at the home of John Schwln
Lacy McDonald is suffering
with the mumps this week.
Notice to Piitroim.
As all our former patrons are
aware we have sold our stock of
goods, and would like to have our
books closed and settled at the earl
iest possible time, and therefore re
qust all parties knowing themselves
Indebted to us to call and settle. We
have extended you the credit and
done bo willingly, and at the same
time appreciated your patronage, and
trust that you will appreciate our
courtesies sufficiently to call and
settle at your earliest possible time.
Holmes & Smith.
10, 15 and S.VCent Counter.
We have Just finished sorting up
our poods and find In our crockery
and novelty lines that we are over
stocked. To close out these lines we
have arranged them on bargain
i tables, and they are going to be sold
at bargains 10, 15 and 25-cent
tables. 10c table will contain values
up to 25c, and the 25c table up to
50c. Upon these tables you will find
such nood as lamps, rrockeryware,
novelties and many other articles and
at genuine bargains, A. Hast.
I'aature for Rent.
The northwest quatrer or eectlon
35, township 13, range 12, and the
northwest quarter section 34, town
ship 13 and range 12, known as the
Reed land, near the Dovey section In
Eight Mile Grove precinct. Will rent
for a term of three years at $300 per
year. This Is the best of pasture and
some of the land can be farmed.
Write or telephone,
W. D. Wheeler, Plattsmouth. Neb.
The Journal has been advocat
ing the idea of Plattsmouth mer
chants milting on a "Bargain
Day," but as yet no move has
been made in that, direction. Ne
braska City had its second event
of this kind last Tuesday, and
the News closes a long article in
commending Ihe occasion and the
merchants who "joined in the
procession," as follows:
"The merchants were all well
pleased with Ihe day and expect
to establish a series of these
sales throughout Ihe year and
have each merchant, eoino into
the association and boost in this
mailer of bringing people hero to
t ratio and lo make it their perm
anent trading place. These, sales
have been under the direction of
the Retail Merchants' associa
tion and it is through their unit
ed efforts they have been such a
success. It is therefore the duty
of every retailer in this city to
become a member of the associa
lion and join in tho good move
men! for the extension of Ihe ter
ritory from which this city draws
closed their head camp conven
tion for Jurisdict ion A this morn
ing after selecting Hot Springs, S.
D., as the place for the next bien
Although a number of towns
were talked of among the dele
gates as the place for tho next
meeting tho contest was really
between Fremont and Hot Springs
and tho South Dakota town won
in a walk. On account of tho
fact that the membership of this
jurisdiction is larger in Nebraska
than in either of the other two
states many of the delegates at
first favored holding Ihe conven
tion in some Nebraska town. Tho
opposition to Hot Springs, how
ever, soon nroke down when a
delegate from that town got the
floor. He convinced his hearers
Ihat Hot Springs stands ready to
extend its warmest hospitality to
the Woodmen ami Ihat it will not
only do its best lo entertain the
delegates during their stay there,
but will give lo the camp the sum
of $000 to reimburse Nebraska
members for additional trans
portation. The order has lately
enjoyed excellent growth in tho
Dakolas and it was deemed wise
on Ibis account to place (ho con
vention at Hot Springs.
son, head managers; A. A. Grant
of Yankton, S. D., delegate; Fred;
Eymer of Lincoln, delegate-at-large.
The automobile ride yesterday
afternoon was the feature of the
city's efforts to tho entertainment
of the visitors. Tho tour was
originally planned for this after
noon, but at noon yesterday it was
changed to 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. That accounted for
the failure to supply a sulllciont
number of machines to accom
modate all who were ready to
make the trip, it being impossible
to communicate with tho requis
ite number of car owners in th
short time intervening. The tour
was through various parts of the
city and to Ingleside.
Tho Woodmen of the World is
a Nebraska institution, founded
iu Omaha in 1891. It now has
56.1,187 members in good stand
ing. The headquarters building,
now being erected in Omaha, will
he tho finest building in Ne
braska. Over 200 Woodmen attended
Ihe banquet last night, which was
served by Yager.
The next convention will be
held on I ho second Tuesday in
Constipation brings many ailments
In its train and Is the primary cause
of much sickness. Keep your bowels
regular, madam, and you will escape
many of the ailments to which wom
en are subject. Constipation Is a
very simple thing, but like many
simple things, It may load to serious
consequences. Nature often needs a
little assistance and when Chamber
lain's Tablets are given at the first
Indication, much distress and suffer
ing may be avoided. Sold by F. O.
Frlcke & Co.
The Round Sleep of Jood Health.
Cannot be over-estimated and any
ailment that prevents It is a menace
to health. J. L. fiouthers, Eau
Claire, Wis., says: "I have been un
able to sleep soundly nights, because
of pains across my back and sore
ness of my klducys. My appetite was
very poor and my general condition
was much run down. I have been
taking Foley Kidney Pills but a
short time and now sleep as sound
as a rock, my general condition Is
greatly Improved, and I know that
Foley Kidney Pills have cured me."
For sale by Frlcke & Co.
SERIOUSLY BURNED HANDS
WHILE APPLYING ALCOHOL
Mr. John Buck, who resides
with his daughter, Mrs. Ed
Oansemere, came to the city this
morning to have Ills Injured
hands dressed again today. Some
days ago Mr. Buck had his hands
Int. 1 1 burned while having alcohol
apph'-d for rheumatism. Mr.
Buck was holding his hands over
a warm stove while the alcohol
was Icing applied, when some of
the liquid flowed on the heated
iron, blazing up and catching
and igniting the alcohol on the
patient's hands. His left hand
wiiff badly burned.
The hands of his daughter,
Mrs. Jacob Hild, who was assist
in? Mr. Buck at the time, were
slightly burned also. Mr. Buck's
injuries wero dressed as soon as
a physician could he called, and
ho has MifTercd considerably from
his burns since. Dick May bee,
of near Weeping Water drove la
with Mr. Buck this morning from,
the farm and brought him to the
GooJ results always follow the us
of Foley Kidney Pills. They glv
prompt relief In ell cases of kidney
and bladder disorders. Try them.
For sale by Frlcke & Co.
Mr. Herman Slreetwelser was
an Omaha passenger on the
morning train today, where ha
was called on business.
Another Social Dance.
The Murray Dancing club will giv
another of their pleasant dances in Mur
ray, at Jenkins' hall, on Saturday even
ing, April 15. The music will be fur
nished by the popular Bruce orchestra
f Lincoln. Don't fail to attend.
R. C. and S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels,
$4.00 per 100. Inquire of
C. E. Schwab. Murray, Neb.
Phone 3H Murray.
Oenulne Red Hlver Early Ohio
seed potatoes. In mall quantities at
$1.50 per bushel. A. Hast.
SAFK MKDICINK FOB CIIILDUEN.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
Is a safe and effective medicine for
children, as It does not contain
opiates or harmful drugs. The gen
uine Foley s Honey and Tar Cora-
pound Is In a yellow package. For
sale by Frlcke & Co.
Hardwood lumber for building on
the Dr. Wiley farm, one mile east
and two miles Bouth of Murray. Any
person wanting said lumber, call on
the undersigned at tho farm.
MRS. G. M. WILEY
Always Qlad to Meet Him.
William " Foltz of Weeping
Water, who has been spending
the winter with his brother at
South Omaha, was in the city for
a few hours today and dropped in
lo pay the Journal a friendly visit
and renew his subscription for
another year. It is a pleasure to
meet gentlemen like Mr. Foltz, as
he is a rock-ribbed democrat,
thus following in the footsteps of
his father, who is now deceased,
one of the grandest men Cass
county ever possessed. Mr. Foltz
returned to South Omaha this afternoon.
"What's Butter Worth?"
Mrs. Woodworlh of Boone,
Iowa, who has been visiting her
brother, Mr. Charles Hartford
and family, for a few days, de
parted for her home this afternoon.
One Conductor llctHMl Back to Work.
Mr. Wllford Adams Is Ms name,
and he writes: "I was confined to j
my bed with chronic rheumatism and'
used two bottles of Foley's Kidney I
Remedy with good effect. The third j
bottle put me on my feet and I re
sumed work as conductor on the Lex
ington, Ky Street Railway. It will
do all you claim In rases of rheu
matism." It clears the blood of uric
acid. For sale by Frlcke & Co.
INCUBATOR FOR SALR.
An International 100-egg in
cubator, in first class condition. In
quire at this office.
By means of local Hell Telephone service, the
value of farm products has increased two fold. When
prices are high, farm produce can be sold, and when
low, the farmer's wile can wait for an advance before
Local Bell Service keeps the farmer's wife in close
touch with the social life of the community, and the
long distance lines permit her to visit with her friends
and relatives in distant towns.
M, E. BR ANTHER, VI attsmoulh Manager
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