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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1913)
Suitable for most every oc
casion as a dress apparel.
We offer a 3G-inch Motor Linen this is
the regular 50c grade, at, per yard
Oyster Linen, the most popular dress, suit
or coat linen, 30-in. widtb, goes at per yd. .
Natural homespun linen, 30 inch width
at, per yard
Pink, lavander. or blue, 3G-inch width
at per yard
The Moter, Oyster and colored linens are . 50c values.
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pilal in Lincoln fur a couple of
! wi'i'ks. Mi's. 1 lelesl lernier is do
ing nicely, hut it is feared she
would not be aide to stand the trip
for a while yet.
Mrs. I. M. Myers ami children A party "f serenaders motored
of Thurman. Ia., came in Sunday I "' the (Jonales farm Tuesday
evening for a visit with her par- ! evening o serenade Mr. and Mrs.
r.nu Air mh,1 Mi-s .Ins Imrh iii. , John (ionales, newly wed. Hit
Henry lloelofsz came home
from Omaha Tuesday afternoon,
leaving Mrs. Roelofs at the hod
side of her sister, who is si ill very
Klmwood cornet hand and a num
ber of our jolly citizens took part
in the demonstration. They were
very hospitably received and re
port an excellent time.
Mni-iiin Alcfnv lina niim.i b sod
Dewey Ouinn, who has been.. , ,, ... '.,,,., ,
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m-ar death's door as a result of'
blood poisoning, is still in a veryl
critical condition, Crave, hopes
are cutertaiiu-d fur his recovery.;
Mr. a. id Mrs. Major Hoblier are I
the happy parents of a nine
pound baby boy, born Friday last.
(Irandpa Preston is now an easy
mark at the chess game.
Mrs. I. aura Melvin and two
children, of North fiend, Neb.,
came down Monday for a visit un
til after chaulauqua with Klm
wood relatives and friends. Mr.
Melvin expects to he down to
spend a week during the "big
Mr. and Mrs. Iter! Marks of
Falls City. Neb., and Miss Bessie
Marks of Xcw Oilcans, Ca., came
in Wednesday evening for a few
days' visit, with Chas. Hart and
family. Mr. Marks and Miss lies
sie are brother and sister to Mrs.
The doctors in charge have re
commended that Mrs. Win. eles
two miles northeast of town, and
expects to move onto same next
spring. The farm is the birth
place of Mrs. McCrory and the
scenes of her early childhood. She
will doubtless appreciate being
back in the old home made dear
to her bv childhood's memories.
ot lave the ho
A Good Investment.
Y. I. Magli, a well known
merchant of Whiteinound, Wis.,
bought a stock of Chamberlain's
medicine so as to be able to sup
ply them to his customers. After
receiving them be was himself
taken sick and says that one small
boll le of Chamberlain Colic,
Cholera and liarrhoe Remedy was
worth more to him than the cost
of his entire stock of these medi
cines. For sale by all Dealers.
Farm for Sale.
Anyone want in? to buy a '.'arm
Mould do well to see V. R. Pit-van.
Dr. A. C. Welch reports the
birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Cus
Meyers on Sunday, June
Mr. and Mrs. Weber of Shubert
are spending: the week with the
hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Fred Retiring, the brakeman,
who lias been on the Omaha pas
senger for years, is again on the
run, after several months off duty
caused by a broken leg1.,
, Conductor Perry is off duty on
account or his imaim nii v.eea.i
(Ieorge (irisweil, the good nalured
freight conductor, has charge of
Mr. Perry's train.
Miss Florence Hay, daughter of!
Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Hay, of Wel
lington, Colo., arrived Tuesday
evening for a visit with her uncle,
L. A. Hay and family, and her old
schoolmates, the Burke sisters.
Fred Soiners, sou of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Somers, just east of
town, left today for Pittsburg. Pa.,
to enter the West inghoue ma
chine shops as an apprentice for.
two years. He graduated June
l as a mechanical engineer at
the state university at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson, ac
companied by Miss Anna F.ge, ar
rived in their auto Wednesday
evening from lluuibobll, Iowa, for
a visit at tin- John Domim-M
home and with old acquaintances.
Mrs. Johnson is'a sister of Mrs.
Doniii;;:,) ami they lived here at
one time several years ago.
The sad news conies of the
death of Mrs. Henry Murliu at her
home at Wabash Monday, June
uO, of heart disease, at the age of
70 years, 8 months, IS days. The
funeral services were held at the
M. K. church at. Wabash at 10
o'clock loday (Thursday), inter
ment at Oakwood cemetery.
A line young girl arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs, (ieorge
Ilagemau last Thursday, June
(Ieorge gets to the barber
shop an hour earlier now and
and (irandpa Parker is getting
along as well as could be expect
ed. He was able to assist F. R.
Complon a few days on the farm
to &:M ihb Ik:::
Trice includes all the lum
ber, mill work, lath, s'lin
rIcs, siding, flooring, ceiling,
finishing lumber, building
paper, pipe, putter, sash
weights and hardware.
Price is at mill or factory.
Ask us tor lreiglit paid-price, r---- m-rn-Tm
Our Mouse Dcdgsi tio. 2048 I
This is n house of modern design, ti'.'l.t robins and baih. It is 30 feet -3
wide by 3) feet long, exclusive ot the porch. The swell front or bay win- p
dow, the handsome dormer and lr.ossivc colonial porch give the exterior Wj
modern home. Frill details can be i
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li-hi-d vi its I mil. Shows tlx- l.-itist of -
lucili-rn, up tii-il He d ;iii.-ns ul lionscs, bim- ft)
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Cra-ulpa McKay was abb' to ht
!i'p auain Wfiliicsday.
lt-i Ouinn is slill I'opiirtcd
as bcino vory Inw at the home of:
his parents, southeast of Kagle. 1
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Major'
RoblviT, near Klinwotid, l-'rida,
June '21, a nine-pound boy.
I'erry McAllister has resigned !
his piwil ion as clerk at Yohos' and i
now riiniiin'" a threshing out til :
for .1,-ss Wall. !
Mis- Clara Wi-bh. who has been,
! m - i 1 1!'-.' for I lo pal I a 1 1 w eeks at ,
i. . Sla',1 home, oii!h of.
low n, rclurncd to he" home at 1
Kiltrore, Neb.. Saturday.
We underslanil that William i
( ii-lsrlihi-jer has boiipbt a saloon;
at Stanton, Neb., and that he and
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i'is i;i iii! iv win move i nere in I ne
t-ry near future.
Mr. T. A. I'riee, an experienced
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ui' iooiis ami urocery eierii. irom
Lincoln, has accepted a position j
a - eb'i'k in Yohos' store. Mrs. J
I'riee will arrive loday, Thursday. i
T. N. ltobbill arrived from Nad. I
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week and will spend a few davs in
this v icinil y v isil iny old fnnhK
and looking after business in
terests, John Yannieter has lrad"d his
reslaurant in l.'ale to Mrs. lirant
ner for her restaurant in I'ni-vci-ilv
Place. Mi, and Mrs. Yan-
mclcr leave today for their m-w
home and Mrs. liranlner will lak
cliar.t'e ol t In restaurant lien at
once. We wish both parlies success.
Tin annual school election was
held in the Kayle school house
Monday afternoon at I o'clock.
Minnies of the last and special
rneelin? read and approved.
Treasurer's and secretary's re
ports read and approved. Si'.DfHi
was voted to be appropriated for
the next term of school, l!l:?. i.
'. !'. liotts was re-elected as di
rector for two years and (lenrpe
Triinkenbolz as moderator for
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IH'ohably return to Nebraska in
the fall for a short visit with his
father, before beniiininv; his
A leaky gasoline ove was the
cause of a small blaze at. the home
of i;. I',. Hall on upper Main
street Monday afternoon. An
alarm was sounded and the lire
department responded in ptoil
lime. The stove was carried out,
however, and llie llrst extinguish
ed without turnin;,r on the water.
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lit Payo to Tracto at Vlmno
live you nnmcy l ot (..-.i j.!c ji-i a
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hy uayor.c. c save Voll W'.istc limt: in rnrri-Kixiiulcncf-. Von auuid am
disputes ftyer freight bills. Prompt deliveries of material save loss of
nit'clianics' tin-" See our lumber and other buiMinir materials before buy
iii;'. Dia'erent from o-.f.,,f-tovvn concerne. e take l8ck any mjtcri.-:S tvit
; "I over and f re.':, ywii f .ill amount pai l for same.
f-i Save the annoyance of delays, disappointments and unfair treatment by
at home. Phone, write or call and see us.
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Miss Jjcota I ail ui went down
to halls City Wednesday to spend
some lime villi her brother, (lone
liai'lon and family.
jjosoph I. iil.uelt of Chicago ar
rived Sunday to make a visit, with
his three sons and his brother,
John, northwest of town.
' .! '.i!iii d Kverrll, w ho rami- la-l
vvi-ek lo attend I he funeral of his
mother, departed Sunday evening
for his home near Idnd.-ey, Mont.
The first of this month there
was a change in the firm name at
I In; dru;.;' . store, and now the part
ners are J. C. Th (-leson and Carl
Y. Keedy, under the Jinn name of
Th.v "Jreson it Keedy.
There apjiears lo be no ma
terial change in the condition of
Frank Leach, who suffered a
.stroke of paralysis ten days ago.
lie suffers but little pain and at
times apjiears quite cheerful.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert It. Jones,
who were married June 211 at the
l!u::li ltobb home near here, start
ed Monday evening on their lou
homeward journey. They are to
viil relatives in Omaha and Sul
(uii, then ,iso (o Killings. Alonlana,
and from there !o their perman
ent home in far-away Alaska
Hoy I )e:ini y of t-'airview, W.
Va., and O.ivid Ilelaney of Ml.
Morris, Pa., deparled for Iheir
home on Wednesday, after visit
ing a week at the home of Reese
)).-l.l::e; Mid ivi.'e. I'iei-se was un
able to pd oni, in I ow n w il Ii I hem,
but their jsil alionb-d a s:'real
deal of pleasure and eneouraue-
iienl for him.
H--V. Howell Smith. vifv and
i!.1 li:: bb-e. M i ( ieoi 'a. of Tlliilll-a-.
okla., were here mi Tuesday
and Wednesday visit intr their
relatives. Wes Calrk and family
and Mrs. Vesta Clark and family.
HiM'iiin the past few weeks they
have been spendiiiK' the lime visit
in.L' anions relatives in Oregon
and California ami are now "lo
ing" Nebraska and Iowa, ud of
coiir.se it is a ereal summer mt
in:;' for them.
Tho King cf All Laxatives.
1'or constipation, headache, in
di,,'e.s ion. and il spepsia, use Ir.
Ki-- :'; New Lire Pills. Paul Ma
Ihiili.a, of lliiiialo, V., says they
are I he "Kinj,- of all laxatives.
They arc a hlessinpr to all my
family and I always keep a box
at home." (let a box and get well.
Price L'ac. Recommended by Ger
i ii f-r & Co.
Po'ii To Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Pierce, June l'K, a boy.
Mis . Lillian Hell " oT Ashland
whs ihV 'L'.iiest "of her sisler, .Mrs,
.M. .. I'lrake, I his week.
Miss Florence Richardson of
Mynard made a week-end visit
vvilh Miss Kaliierine Richey. j
Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Ossenkop j
have rented I be '. l.ofren resi- I
ileni-c on upper Main street and ;
have i;one to iiousekeepiny.
Miss Mary McCuire returned:
from, 'Red Win:-", Minn., Tuesday,
Miss Clla Mason was taken vio
lently ill Sunday evening with a
nervous trouble that all'ecled her
heart and for a t inie she was ill
a critical condition. Prompt
medical attention was given her
and she js much better now. '
About, twenty employes of the
west ipiarries concluded Monday
that life as hard rock nieii was
hardly worlh while, especially as
long as they were furnished noth
ing belter than victuals to eat,
and drew I heir time. The fact
that wages in I In harvest, Held
just now are prelly good ;nay have
had something to do with Iheir
Unsiahllv Faco Soots
..Henry Kivpp has put out. ten ,n. cured hy Or. llobson's Cc.eina
binders in this vicinity this year oji.i, which heals all skin
to take care of the wheal, crop. eruptions. No mailer how long1
Miss Maude Case of Holbrook, you have been troubled hy itching-,
Neb., is hep visit iiu: among her buruinu' or scaly skin humors,
relatives ami friends.
"Cokev" Johnson rimu
unlay from West, Virginia, where
i In- sp.-ni t in- w niter, and w ill woi u
foi' K. M. Pollard.
Tin- lulilioiis from other di--
where she had been
her vacation with In-r
Iricls and from forei-.-n scholars
in tin grades a'nioiinled lo over
sHild in this dislricl last vear.
Dickson and son,; Miss Cora (lon.als of lierlin,
Fnunons Richey of v bo taught school forim-rlv in Ml.
just put a Hub- of lint southing
in Sal- ant i.sepl ie, Or. Hohson's F.ceiua
Ooiulnieiil, on the sores and the
sull'ei'ing slops inslanlly. Heal
ing begins that very minute.
Doctors use il in lln-ir prarl ice
and recommend it. Mr. Alleiuan,
of Lit I letow n. Pa., says: "Had
ecema on forehead; Dr. Hohson's
Feeiiia Dint inert cured it, in two
weeks," Guaranteed to relieve or
money refunded. All druggist s,
or by mail. Price ,r,0c. Pfeill'er
Chemical Co., Philadelphia and
Plallsiiioulh made an over-night Pleasant dislricl, was here ,-
visit al the C. A. Richey home week v isilii.-u- her inauv friends
Sal in day. ! norl h of low n. 1
Mrs. R. C. Yard's aunl, Mrs. F. j Mr. and Mrs. Dav id Combs of1
M. Frskiuc, and her sisler, Miss ; Porlsinoul h, Ohio, who had 1 n '
Helen Hlair, of Piper iCIy, Illinois, I visit ing at the home of their I
are visit nl the Yant home. The ! nephew, D. C. West, left Saturday; "
latter will spend the summer in 'morning for their home in Ohio.! -- your fancy stctlcr.cry at
Louisville. Com h:is made a wonderful ; Journrl c!7icc.
A. L. Palmer, who tbiislied hi , growl h in the la.st, Iwo weeks and! ' "
course in llie Harvard law school1 at present is very little behind the ! Have vou tried the Forest loue
at Cambridge in June, will spend ! seasonable average. The favor- I ilourV- If not, why no! ? Il is the
tin- summer camping in the New
Hampshire monnlains. He will
ibb w eal lu-r ha s also enable,
lariin-rs lo keep j cb-an.
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HIS is a store where folks are welcome matters
not v1;r:t you'ceine for, just ro yoi come. I. you
l)iiy, it matters not whether yon buy a cent's worth or
a dollar's worth, you'll get courteous treatment, prompt
sen ice and full value for your money.-; And, if you
find you don't like what you bought, hrm5 it back. We
will refund without nn argument. -That's fair isn't it?
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