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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1912)
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3rd QUALITY PRICES!
IN OUR DETERMINATION TO RAISE $2,000.00 OUR
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till there is no profit left in order to get the money. Our loss your gain. Quality values are being placed on our
tables from day to day, and there are hundreds of wonderful bargains waiting you, that defies out-of-town com
petition. Opportunity is knocking at your pocket-book grasp it while you have a chance to save and shoe up and
get your FOURTH! F JULY F0TEAI
3 AT PRICES YOU WILL NEVER GET AGAIN !C
Oh! You Ladies! You cannot afford to
miss this event!
4 Lots Tan and Black Hifih-Grade Oxfords -were $3.50
and $3.00. Now Only ...
aTMostly 4 and 5 sizes.
2 Lots Ladies' Red Cross Patent Strap and Eyelet Pumps P 7t
were $ 4.00; to clean up. Now Only Olilu
4 Lots Men's Snappy High-Grade Patent and Gun Calf Ox- AC Qnrj QQ OR
fords; were $5, $4.50 and $1 Now Only OJitJ dllll OOiZU
2 Lots Men's Patent and Cadet Calf Oxfords; were $4.00, jj jjrjrj J2 5Q
2 Lots Boy's Shoes best on
earth. Now Only,
1 Lot Men's Lace Shoes honest
values. Now Only
1 Lot Brown Oxfords were $3.50
toy-No nails to wear out your hosiery.
1 Lot Men's Box Calf Bluchers; were 1 Lot Milwaukee Tan Grain Work Shoes;
$2.50, CI 7n worth $2-50,
Now Only Oil I w Now Only
5 Lots Ladies' Red Cross and Julia Marlow Patent Pumps; 0Q Cfl
latest style; were $4.00. Now Only OJiOU
See our Mechanic and Farmers' Manure Proof Elk Hide Work Shoes. On (Jr --J Oft "ir
These prices should pull you into our store like a magnet. Now Only OZiZu dllll uZilv
1 Lot Ladies' Red Cross Dull Kid Pumps, ankle strap and two eye tie; were $4.00,
Ladies' White Oxfords; were $1.50.
2 Lots Ladies' Patent Oxfords; were $3.00, Q PC nnrl 01 QC
Now Only WliUw UllU Uliuu
Ladies' Patent Pumps; were $3.00,
Our SHOE VALUES are so APPRECIATED that PURCHASES are made of us after returning from visiting out-of-town stores!
liT During our sale it will pay you more than ever to spend your "shoe dollars" IW Last week we truthfully told you that it was going to rain, so come and see the
here and at home, and assist in community welfare and prosperity. ' honest tallies in shoes we have been truthfully telling you of. '
SHERWOOD . SON
Items of lnteret to Journal Readers Will Bo Received at the Drug Store
Sam Cashner was in' Lincoln
Mrs. lingers of Lincoln was in
Miss Itt'i'l ha Mucknt'll went to
Mrs. II. A. Bailey was iu Oma
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer was visiting
in Lincoln Monday.
Miss Flo Hoyles spent Sunday
and Monday at home.
Alfred Stroemer went to Lin
coln Sunday evening.
C. 11. Jordan returned from
Dale Bovles came down from
Lincoln Monday on No. 14.
W. (). Hi Ales of Lincoln is in
town tliis week on business
Sam f-aslmcr was n passenger
for Omaha Tuesday on No. 1ft.
daughter, Mrs. Yummy, at Prairie
Home last week.
(Irandma Hurlbut of Green
wood was visiting relatives here
Friday and Saturday.
Sam Jordon returned Tuesday
from an extended trip through
Arkansas and Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman,
sr., ami uaugnier, Aurei, were
visiting in Lincoln Friday.
Halph Linen of Belle Fourche,
S. I)., visited several days last
week with relatives here.
Mrs. Cora Suavely of Lincoln
visited her sister, Mrs. Charles
Snavely, last Wednesday.
Mrs. M. C. Keefer and son, Don,
of Litrhtlcld, came in Sunday to
visit relatives a few days. .
Miss Mae Prouty returned Fri-
Joe Foreman spent Saturday day from Dunbar, Neh., where she
and Sunday with home folks
llarrv Linch of Lincoln was in
town on business last week.
Paul Froh ich of Lincoln is
visiting relatives here this week
Kd Stone was in Lincoln last
Thursday and Friday on business
Mrs. Clyde Hoyles of Lincoln
visited in town Thursday and Fri
Fred Snocker of University
Place visited friends in Alvo Sun
day. Mrs. Chris Dreamer and daugh
ter were passengers for Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raker and
son, Ivan, visited in Bennett last
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stone and
son, LaYerne, motored to Elm-
Mrs. John nobolhain of Lin
coln visited relatives here Thurs
day and Friday.
William Uptegrove wont to
Lincoln Thursday, returning on
No. li Friday
Mrs. Nina Kitzcl visited her
daughter, Mrs. Weichel, in Elm
wood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Friend of
Lincoln came down Tuesday to
visit a few days.
Mrs. Dan McCurdy visited her
taught school the past year
Frank Schultz of Rogers, Neb.,
came iu the llrst uf the week to
locate here for the present.
Harry Appleman came down
Monday from Lincoln to look af
ter his farm interests here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Bobbitt of
University Place visited relatives
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner of
University Place spent Sunday
with Dr. Muir and family.
Mrs. Fred Manners of Exeter,
Neb., is visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
J. Clyde of Iowa City, Iowa, is
visiting Miss Pearl Keefer at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. S. C.
Mrs. Arthur Dnrkholdcr and
baby of Octavia, Neb., visited
relatives and friends here over
Ed Stroemer and family left
Thursday for a visit with the
former's father at Barneston,
Miss Emily Strong entertained
the X. L. Sunday school class at
dinner Sunday at her home west
Elmer Rosenow visited las
week with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wil
liams) at South Bend, returning
Mrs. Dan Williams of South
Itend visited relatives and friends
here from Wednesday evening till
Mrs. John Casey of Omaha, w ho
has been visiting her sons, J. E.
and W. E. Casey, the past week,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hasp and
Mr. and Mrs. John Hasp of Oma
ha spent Saturday and Sunday
here with home folks.
Mrs. Fred Dreamer went to
University Place Thursday to visit
her sister, Mrs. Sam Cashner. She
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mickey and
son, Joe, of Kearney, Neb., visited
over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
U. Miller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Friend and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shelton of
Lincoln visited their mother,
Mrs. Mary Skinner, last week.
Rev. Thompson closed the
series of meetings at the Dunkor
church Sunday evening and he
and family returned to their homo
at Lincoln Monday.
Dr. I. D. Jones of Murdock was
in town last Thursday on profes
sional business. His wife, daugh
ter, Mary, and sister, Mrs
Juniper, accompanied him and
visited a short time with Mrs. E
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reasoner of
Ashland visited Mr. and Mrs. J
P. Rouse last Wednesday after
noon, and while In town called to
seo Mr. Shaffer's thoroughbrr
Mottled Ancona chickens, with a
view to purchasing some of his
choicest fowls later on.
man Tor next year ai an advance
in salary. At the close of a
short but appropriate address to
the children by Mr. Bobbin, the
happy children came out on the
platform and presented Miss
Josephine llitchman with a
beautiful toilet set in token of
their friendship and love for her.
After which all turned their faces
homeward, happy in the thought
that it was good to be there.
Address Rev. Zink
Reports of Committees.
This is to certify that Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound does
not contain any opiates, any
habit-forming drugs, or any in
gredients that could possibly
harm its users. On the contrary,
its great healing and soothing
qualities make it a real remedy
for coughs, colds and irritations
of the throat, chest and lungs. The
genuine is in a yellow package
Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound and accept no sub
stitute. For sale by F. G. Fricke
Installed Officers Last Night.
From Wednesday's Dally.
There was a large attendance
at the annual installation of ollic-
ers of the East Star last evening.
The installation ceremony oc
cupied the whole of the evening.
Mrs. Edith Tult was installing
officer. The following were duly
installed for the coming year:
Mrs. J. C. Peterson, W. M.; Mrs,
Fred Ramge, W. P.; Mrs. Alice
Thomas, A. W. M.; Miss Helen
Chapman, C; Miss Clara Wey
rich, A. C; Miss Verna Cole, sec
relary; Mrs. Ray Smith, treasurer.
Miss Jessie Robertson, Mrs. L
Moore, Miss Gertrude Heeson
Miss Edna Peterson and Mrs
Fred Ramge, Star Points; Mrs.
Sam Smith, warden, and Mr.
Sunday School Convention
The Sunday school convention j 4
io r the first aisinci in i.uss
Have Jolly Time.
On May 29 the school taught by
Miss Josephine llitchman in Dis
trict No. 81 met in the grove at
the home of George Sutton. Over
10ft were present to take part in
the pleasures of the day. The
writer, who was driving by, was
called in and invited to take an
active part, being seated at the
table, became very active, and to
say it was a pood dinner would be
putting it very mildly, and then
came the very best of ice cream,
which was enjoyed by all. After
dinner the school rendered a pro
gram, which wa9 very interesting
as well as amusing, and it was
plain to be seen why the schoo
board had employed Miss Hitch-
county will be held at the U. B.
church June 10. The program
as outlined by Superintendent
Jesse Perry of the district, ap
pears below. All schools in the
district, including Platlsmoulh,
Murray, Union, Mynard. Rock
HlufTs, Cedar Creek and Light
Mile Grove, are invited to send
delegates. No credentials re
quired. Delegates are requested
to bring lunch and join together
in a picnic supper:
Devotional ....Miss Zelma Tuey
An Ideal Superintendent
Rev Williams of Murray
Roll Call and Appointment of
Jesse Perry, Dist. Sup't.
An Ideal Sunday School Teach
er Rev. Austin
An Ideal Sunday School Class
Primary Work . . . .Mrs. Howland
Address James Stander
Business Session. Conducted by
Reports (a) Officers; (b) Com
miltee Nominations (c) Com-
H-H-I .j-j-j-j-j-j. j-jv
Will Burke shipped a carload
of sheep Tuesday.
George Hite spent Sunday with
home folks, near Alvo.
Several from here were in Klm
wood on Decoration day.
Miss Mary Miller is ngain able
to be out after a long sick spell.
Paul Goehry of Omaha spent
Sunday with his parents here.
Edgar Moomey and Max Goehry
visited friends in Weeping Water
Say, girls, did you know Edgar
Moomey has got a bran new-
We are wondering what we have
done that we can't have a butch
George Penternian, our butch
er, spent Sunday with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harding and
children are visiting their parents,
Louis Neitzel and wife.
John Gust in and wife and Paul
Shewe and wife drove to Lincoln
Friday in the former's automobile.
Arthur Hier went t Milforrf,
Neb., Saturday evening in his
auto, where he spent Sunday with
Miss Martha Goehry returned
home Saturday evening, after
having closed her school term at
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schewe and
children, Willard and Virginia,
were guests of Eniif Kuehn and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schewe and
sons, Marion and Donald, were
guests of George Moomey and
Alvo base ball boys came down
Saturday to be defeated by our
boys to the tune of 2 to 0. Too
bad! too bad! Alvo.
Dr. Jones and family attended
the Decoration day exercises at
Ashland, and little Miss Ruth re
mained for a few days longer.
Andrew McNaniara and Mrs. W.
t). Gillespie left Friday for Fair
mont, Neb., where they will visit
several weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Shaw left Monday for her
home in Gravity, Iowa, after
spending the past four months
with her daughter, Mrs. F. O.
lteall and family.
The air dome in our little city
was dedicated last Thursday
evening, when the Memphis
Dramatic club came down anJ
presented the play entitled "Dot,
the Miner's Daughter." They
were accompanied by the or
chestra, which furnished us some
excellent music. In all there were
five large touring cars loaded with
pleasure seekers. They were a
merry bunch and certainly were-
fine entertainers. A large crowd
turned out, there being over 170
tickets sold. The Elmwood
graduates will present their class
play this Thursday evening and a
moving picture show is billed for
Saturday evening, June 8. Every
one come and enjoy yourselves.
CASTOR I A
For Iofuiti Children.
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