The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, October 26, 1911, Image 2

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. Few Full
Announcement to the Ladiesof
Plattsmouth and Vicinity!
Owing to the Millinery season drawing rapidly to a
close, and that our expert trimmer will not remain with
us but a short time, we wish to urge that all the ladies of
this community who want a new and stylishly trimmed
hat for Fall and Winter to call early. Our trimmer will
remain for a short time, and we want all our patrons to
receive their Fall hat while he remains. Being that our
stock of Millinery is very heavy, and we are very desirous
of cleaning out the entire line before the close of the sea
son, we are going therefore to reduce the price on every
trimmed hat in the house. This means that every lady looking for a new Fall
and Winter hat should call early.
We arc Offering Great Bargains in Our Wooltex Cloak
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and every garment sold with a written guarantee.
We have just received a fine line of Dress Goods, Voile Panamas,
with silk stripes, the very latest pattern. fiQf
Per yard JJ'S-
Children's Bear Skin Coats, that we are sell
ing from.
$1.75 Up
Good quality coats in the new style heavyweight Win- ljf75
ter patterns, that we are offering for
New Arrivals in Our Ellen's Clothing
I have just received from my Missouri Valley store a lot of Men's coats and
Also a lot of single coats that we are offering as specials from 98c to $3.48
Thes2 are great values as they are all wool, most of them are HIRCH
WICKW1RE make.
In our regular line of Clothing for men you will find good quality suits, r m c
in all the new Fall patterns, that we offer you for 5j0rO
Men's pants, a special line, late patterns, well made, guaranteed,
that we are selling at this time for $1.79 and
Boy's Knickerbocker pants, size 4 to 16, in good heavy weights. . . 48c
Men's Overcoats, late patterns, good heavy weights, that will prove
a genuine bargain, at ; 0
Men's good heavy sweaters, strong values, as low price as . . . 48c
Men's and Boy's good value Winter Caps 19c
Men's good quality heavy Winter Underwear for 45c
Fifties Qspartanen
Plattsmouth, Nebraska
V. ZUCKER, Manager f
tamtof Interest to Journal Redrt Will B Received at th Drug Store
M-I-H-H-H-M-H-HJ"H ! panied her sister, Miss Pearl
New subscriptions and
renewals to the Journal will
bo rocivod by J. A. ShalTer
at the drug store. Local
news, advertising mailer
and nil business pertaining
to this department may lit)
transacted. Mr. and Mrs.
Shaffer are instructed to re
ceived . and receipt for all
money. Fd.
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I Special Correspondence. J
Kd Casey returned from Lincoln
Friday on No. 1H.
Sheriff (.minimi was on our
Streets Tuesday.
Chris Dreamer and sun went to
Lincoln Tuesday.
F.d M. Stone did business at
Lincoln Thursday.
Kd M. Stone, wife anil !on visit
ed at Mynartl Sunday.
Kd Simmer shipped hogs to
South Omaha Saturday.
I.eander Friend came in from
Lincoln Friday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yickcrs were
trading in Omaha Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkpal-
rlck went lo Lincoln Monday.
J. P. House, wife and daughter,
were- callers at Lincoln Saturday.
Mrs. (ierlie Movies of Lincoln
returned home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. II. A. Itailey ami daughter,
Miss Grace, went to Omaha Mon
Raymond May Held of Fight Mile
drove precinct was in town Wed
nesday. Miss Pearl Clites of Lincoln is
visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Elmer Bennett.
Harry Appleman of Lincoln
came down Sunday to look after
his farm interests.
Oeorgo Curyen and son, Clar
ence, were doing business in
Omaha Thursday.
William lleinemann, of north
of town, is confined to his bed on
account of sickness.
Schuvler Wolfe visited his
daughter, Mrs. Peterson and fam
ily, at Ilavelock Sunday.
Mrs. Hello Bennett and daugh
ter, Mrs. (i. P. Foreman, jr., were
Irndini? at Lincoln Tuesday.
Alex Skiles, who has been sick
the past two weeks, was on the
street Wednesday morning.
Clark Hird of Indiana visited
last week with his brother, Wes
ley Hird, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Shaffer at
tended the funeral of their friend,
J. A.. Austin, at Lincoln Sunday.
Mm, Klmor Dennett accom-
Cliles, lo Lincoln Saturday.
(ieorge llobbitt and Art Strick
land went lo Urn Arkansas valley,
in Colorado, to look at laud pros
pects Monday.
L. H. Fgenhcrgor of Platts
mouth, candidate for county
treasurer, was in town a few min
utes Thursday morning.
John While of Lincoln came
down Thursday afternoon lo get
some apples off his farm and to
look after other business.
Clell Morgan, our efficient
county clerk and W.K. Hosencrnns
were in town Wednesday gelling
acquainted again with the live
William F. Leiilig of Alvo and
Fda L. Kwerlh of Hennelt took
out a marriage license at Lincoln
P. J. Linch returned from his
land in Colorado Tuesday, lie
brought homo a sample of red
clover that measured about five
feet high.
W. Kelly Fox, democratic nom
inee for county treasurer, was in
Alvo Tuesday evening and Wed
nesday morning.
K. M. Stone and family and
Miss Pearl Keeper attended n din
ner nt Mr. and Mrs. Cole's at
Plattsmouth Sunday.
Mrs. Ned Shaffer and son, John
Ross, of Denver, Colo., came in
Tuesday lo viit her brolhor-in-
law, J. A. Shaffer nnd wife, n few
James T. Reynolds of Union,
candidate for clerk of the dis
trict court, was in town Thursday
and Friday petting aonuaintod
with the voters.
a 100-acre Cass county farm, well
improved, for sale at $1?5 per
acre. Address Hox 07, Alvo,
Neb. 10-19-wtf.
Mrs. Will Carey was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Jamison at
Weston a few days. She ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Jamison
to Alvo, Ibo latter visiting with
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Jordan Tues
day. John Tucker spent Saturday
with his sister, Mrs. Harry Par,
sell, and accompanied his sister,
Miss Agatha Tucker, lo Hebron,
Neb., Sunday, whore she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Fred Fetrow, n
few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. door go Curyen
spent Sunday In Lincoln with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Linch. Mrs.
Waugh and daughter, Pearl, also
spent the day there nnd Ihey all
attended the dedication of Trinity
Henry Tool was in Omaha last
Ray Holdan was in Omaha
Miss Gertie Lake was in Elm
wood last Monday.
Ask Harold Tool how crops
look near Hellville, Kas. . ,
Frank Coin registered at Grcg
ory, S. D., one day last week.
Miss Anna Amgwert of Lincoln
spent Sunday with relatives here.
James Hriltian of Lincoln
visited friends here last Wednes
day. Miss Leata McDonald ale Sun
day dinner with Miss Helen
Mrs. C. Moomey and daughter,
Miss Helen, were shopping in
Omaha last Friday.
William llillard nnd family of
Wabash were gnosis of Al Hauor
and family on Sunday.
Mrs. John Amgwert nnd daugh
ter, Marvel, spent Tuesday nt the
homo of her parents near Alvo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Thimgnn and
daughter, Florence, visited rela
tives in Klmwood last Sunday.
Albert nnd Louie Denning ar
rived homo last Friday from
South Dakota, where they wont to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sehowo and
children, Millard and Virginia,
were gnosis of John Amgwert and
family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hrancklo left
last Thursday for a short visit at
the homo of their daughter at
North Plait e., Neb.
If you want those rooms paper
ed this fall now is the lime to see
John Amgwert, our first-class
! painter and paper hanger.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holdan enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jarvis of
Wabash over Sunday.
The relatives and close friends
of Mr. and Mrs. George Moomey
spent Friday evening with them
al llieir home, (tie occasion being
their first wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Frakn Martin of
Omaha came down last Friday to
look after business matters nnd
also to visit their many friends.
They returned home 'on Sunday
The Ciiddings' Family gave nn
entertainment in (ho M. W. A.
hall last Wednesday evening as
the first number of our lecture
course. A large crowd enjoyed
the evening.
Mrs. Raymond Westlake nnd
daughter, Mary Florence, arrived
last Thursday from Boomer, Neb.,
for n short visit with her par
ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Rush
nnd family.
A number of ladies belonging
lo the Aid society went to the
home of Peter Eveland and spent
last Wednesday making apple
butter, which will be sent to the
Methodist hospital at Omaha.
James C." Dahlman, "Cowboy"
Mayor of Omaha, "Throws
the Lariat."
Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman started
his career as a cowboy, and is at
present Mayor of Omaha, and has
Hie following record: Sheriff 01
Dawes Co., Neb., three terms;
Mayor oT Chadron, two terms;
Democratic Nat'! Committeeman,
eight years; Mayor of Omaha, six
years, and in 1910 Candidate lor
Governor of Nebraska. Writing
to Foley & Co., Chicago, he says:
"I have taken Foley Kidney Pills
nnd they have given be a great
deal of relief, so I cherfully
recommend them." Yours truly,
(Signed) James C. Dahlman.
Foley Kidney Pills arc for sale
by Fricke & Co.
Lucky Cass County People.
Three thousand names were
drawn from the big drawing box
ut Gregory yesterday, and several
more Cass county people hold
lucky numbers, which are as fol
lows: 2802, Helen M. Gordon,
Weeping Water; 3213, William J.
McConnell, Nchawka; 300 S, Henry
A. Gillispio, Murdock; 42 19, Mrs.
II. A. Leist, Plattsmouth; 4279, L.
J. Mamuardt, Avoca; 4(02, C. J.
Shumaker, Plattsmouth. It is
estimated that only about 30 per
cent of the winning numbers will
file. This is Judge Witten's
figures on the matter, and he fur
ther stales that, no person holding
a high number need feel dis
couraged, as they have excellent
chances of securing a good piece
of land.
Married Last Evening
Mr. Adam Wolf and Mrs. Jose
phine West were joined in matri
mony last evening by Judge Bee
son at the court house at 8
o'clock, in the presence of a few
relatives and near friends, among
them being our popular county
assessor, II. M. Soennichsen, nnd
Peter Keil. After the ceremony
the wedding party repaired to the
home of the bride, on South Third
street, where a fine wedding sup
per was served by Mrs. Kaslel,
sister of the bride. Refreshments
wore served also, and a royart good
time enjoyed by all present. The
younger element came along later
with a serenade, which brought
forth the cigars. Mr. and Mrs.
Wolfe will reside at the former
home of Mrs. Wolf on South
Third street, Mr. Wolf having
disposed of his residence in the
west part of the city some days
WANTED Corn buskers to
use Rexall Arnica Salve to keep
their bands in perfect condition
through corn picking. Get it at
Fricke's Drug Store. 25c.
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Lnme back is one or the most
common forms of muscular rheu
matism. A few applications of
Chamberlain's Liniment will give
relief. For sale by F. G. Fricke
& Co.
: Judge Oldham Here.
Judge W. D. Oldham of Kear
ney arrived in the city last even
ing and was the guest of Mr. Geo.
Oldham and his sister, Mrs. Dora
Moore. As is well known, Judge
Oldham is a candidate for judge
of the supreme court, and was
here in the interests of his cam
paign. The judge is no stranger
to Plattsmouth and Cass county
people, having been here on
several occasions to address th&
people. He has served as com
missioner on (he supreme bench,
and proved equal to every em
ergency. He is an able lawyer, a
splendid man and elegant gentle
man, and should receive a big;
vote in Cass county. While here
Judge Oldham was a welcome and
pleasant caller on the Journal.
After exposure, and when you
feel a cold coming on, take Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. It
checks and relieves. Use no sub
stitute. The genuine in a yellow
package always. For sale by
Fricke & Co.
J. Ii. Burrows left for Nebraska
City this morning, where be will
visit relatives for a few days.
The Best Flour In the
Market. Sold by all
Leading Dealers
You properly expect the best telephone service
and the best business treatment.
Fair criticism of our service and business meth
ods is sincerely invited.
We try to accord you the same equitable and
considerate treatment as is rendered to customers
in any well-managed private business.
To the end that we may give you the' best ser
vice known to telephone practice, we have altered
our equipment and improved our operating meth
ods to accord to the most advanced methods in
use anywhere.
Nebraska Telephone
Jf. E. BRANTNER, Plattsmouth Manager.