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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1913)
PLATTSftSOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913-
Never Too Hot to Buy Goods at" Zero Prices
When you buy a
full suit at this price
nowadays you are
merely paying for
the cloth nothing
for making them.
We have a few to
close at merely $7.
In this line we
offer you suits that
sold for twice this
price. They are
broken lot and sizes
but just as good as
when they came
from the factory,
yours for only . .$9.
I Iere are suits
that are good en
ough for a king.
Fine all wool hand
tailored suits that
sold for 20, 22, and
$23, a fine chance
to get a fine suit at
a fine price.
entire seasons stock
is embraced in these
4 prices. At this
price we offer you
our ' finest hand
made clothes, a big
saving to you if you
Always the Home of Satisfaction
TOURNAMENT OF THE
T. J. SOKOL SOCIETIES
Those Who Comprise the Con
testants Will Come From Cities
and Towns of Nebraska.
Would you want
to make a suit' for
this if the cloth was
free? These are
good strong suits in
plain D. B. coats
with knicker pants,
Your boy will
soon be going to
school. Buy him
a new suit at these
prices and he will
be ready and willing.
. We are putting
in an entirely dif
ferent line in our
high grade suit for
Fall and ' we . are
closing out these to
make room, these
are exceptional val
ues at this price.
Here are the fin
est all wool serge
and - Casimeres in
Norfolk stVles and
full peg' pants.
Suits like these will
costs you $5 to $7
REQUEST OF MAYOR .
SATTLER TO THE BUS
INESS MEN OF THE CITY
As tomorrow will mm' the com
mencing of tin tournament of the
western livisii.ni of the T. J. Sokol
eiely ami our oily will be visit--i
by several hundred isitors. il
is desired that (lie cily present as
hospitable a t"i n t as possible, ami
it is earnestly requested lliat the
different business houses of t In
oily he deoorat ed in a manner thai
will convey to flic visitors the ap
preciation of onr people of the
hom.r conferred upon them by
the selecting of this oily for hold
ing Hie tournament.
John I. Saltier. Mayor.
marshal!. Dentist, coate9 block.
Where Is Your Stomach?
A celebrated physician said,
that after a meal, we should not
know where our st oinac'li is. that
is, thai we s 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 - not feel'lhe
slightest pain or imlisposil ion. A
perfeilly healthy man should not
IVf'l where 'his heart is. or his
kidney or liv r. As soonas the
stoniach will let you know whore
il is. by pain, nausea, vomit ing or
any discomfort, you should rely
on Triner's America Elixir of
It it t or Wine. It will strengthen
I In stomach, regulate the diges
tioii. relieve const ipat ionl 'I'riner's
American Elixir of Hit tt'i- W ine is
a pood household remedy which
is a great help in sudden in
disposition, nervous shock, vomit
ing", cramps, loss of appetite,
constipation. At drii'-r stores. Jos.
Triner. 1 .T.T.T-.'?'. S. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, III. . Pain in the
muscles, sprains, swellintrs. will
be quickly relieved by Triner's
RETURNS FROM GRAND
CONVENTION OF EAGLES
AT BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
This morning Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
eph lladraba and daughter, Helen,
and Albert Scutller returned from
their eastern trip, covering some
three weeks. Mr. lladraba and
Mr. Scut tier wcYe at Baltimore in
attendance at the grand conven
tion of the. Fraternal Order" of
Eagles. Mr. lladraba being tin
delegate from the aerie in thi;
cilv, ami they return .leeling very.
enthusiastic over the meeting' and
stronger than ever for the splen
did order. Mrs. Hndraha and
daughter spent the lime during
their absence at Cleveland. Ohio.
wln-iv they visited with relative-
ami were .joined in that city by
Mr. lladraba and Albert Scutller
on their return from the convention.
Tomorrow will see the starting
of tht1 tournament, of the western
division of the T. J. Sokol society
anil the visitors and participant.-
in Hie athletic events will bepin
to arrive this even inp on No.
over the Burlington. The dele
pal ions will be met. at. the Bur
lington station bv the members of
the local society ami the .Burling
ton band and will be escorted o
the hall on West Pearl street
wliere l no tournament, w ill jx
formally opened by an. address o
welcome to the visitors.
The advent, of. these visitors It
the city should be piven notice by
the different business houses by
deoorat inp- wit h Hags' in-honor of
the visit inp delegations' who wi
be here from all parts' of the
stale. .There is nothing that im
presses . a siranper on an oc
casion of this kind as nnrvli as
that of a lino tlisnlav of decora
tions, and all I he business houses
shouhl make it a point to see that
I hey nave out some tlecoration in
honor of the strangers, who for
three 'days are to ho our pilosis.
Saturday will '. see the real
slartinp of the tournament, as
the tlilferont turner teams will
contest in the exercises at tht
Sokol park all day anil in the
evening a social dance will be
piven at the hall for the visitors.
sundav I he Jarposl crowd d trie
tournament- will be present, as
there will bo a large delegation
from Omaha here. headed by
Mayor James C. Dahlman of I hat
cily, w ho is to address I he as
semblage at the hall in the after
noon, i lie isuriinginn hand will
also be hoard in concert at the
Sokol park during Iho afternoon,
making a very pleading feature of
lire day, and the dramatic produc
tion by the Omaha Dramatic com
pany, under the direction of Jos-
ph Mikr will" br.inp to a close
Iho tournament, which is expected
to be one of the most successful
the society has hold as yet.
Let us show the proper spirit
in the malter and decorate up the
business houses alone? Main
treel in Iho proper manner, so
as to impress iho visitors to the
cily with our appreciation of I heir
having chosen this city as their
meeting- place anil give them a
hearty invitation to rot urn hero
in the future with their gatliorinir.
Buys a New Hart-Parr Engine.
Ji. J., i'ropst, trie pioneer
throsherman of Cass countv. has
purchased a 45 horse power oi
firaefor to pull one of his thresh
inp machines. In. connection wit
the thrVshing he will do his plow
ing; with a lO-gauge automatir
lift plow. This certainly wijl do
the plowing in a hurry, ami no
uaiiger of overheating; the horse
WILL ERECT NEW .
SOON US POSSIBLE
The county commissioner
their session this week decided l
issue a call for bids for the eree
tion of a now building' at the
county farm to replace the on
recently destroyed by fire, am
i no action ol the commissioners
is such that, it. will meet with the
approval of every citizen in do
cidinp to go ahead and have the
building put up and save the
county the unnecessary 'expense
oi a special eiecrion. i tie man
for tin new building; have boon
prepared by the firm of Fisher &
Lawrie of Omaha ami 1ho build
ing will Ue erected , on modern
lines and in a style similar to the
old building, as Iho commission
ers ami architect found that, most
of the old foundation of tht
building could bo used in the ro-
onst ruction of the structure and
would save quite a little monev to
the taxpayers, and accordingly it
was decided to build the now
tuilding alonsr similai linos to
that of Iho one that was burned.
The work will be pushed as soon
as the contract is let in order lo
lave a place fixed up before win-
or if possible' to house the old
people who are slaying there, as
they got along much better there
than if they were broucht to
own for Iho' winter, as (he quiet
f the farm is much more benefi
cial lo them I ban it would be in
MS. CARRIE EKDON AN .
AGED LADY PASSES AWAY
We have a nice line of this popular .
ware including Stew Pans, Pie Pans,
Ladles etc for 10c each. Good values
come in and see them.
Just received a new
Ginghams, Percales and
School dresses, waists etc.
Our September Quarterlies and Mag
azines are now in any 15c pattern free
with a Quarterly Style Book at 20c.
CALL 54 or 322
Oillispie iv. Snyder wore receiv
ing hogs last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Snood spent
Sunday with .Mrs. J. II. Adams.
Mrs. Clans Mayahh visited her
sister, .vjiss Martha i-iarker, last
Ft. F.. I'ropM and CSIenn Hhotlon
shipped cattle Irr Souih Omaha
Miss Metla Jennings of Platls-
niouth visited friends in ourvil-
lapo Saturday evening. ',
Mrs. Maggie Mason spent Sun
ay willi her parents, Orandpa
am I ("i rand ma Mailer.
Mr. Fields of Kansas City visit
ed at the homo of W . 1. Porter,
sr.. last Sundav evening.
rtoerular services will be held ai
the M. F. church next Sundav af
10 a. m. Fveryhody eoino.
George. A. Meisinger, one of our
energetic farmers, is intending to
commence building a new barn
V. S. Wetenkamp, Ray Howard
am V. T. Richardson motored to
Omaha last week and at I ended the
Barnum & TCailov circus.
Quite a few of the farmers are.
thinking of trying to do their fall
plowing since it rained, ami will,
especially if wo get more rain. v
V. T. Richardson, who is in
the general merchandise business.
is also making a good success in
the implement, business. Come
everybody and see what ; he can
sell you. 1 '
This vicinity was visited by. a
fine rain last Sunday night, and
caught Adam coining home, but
of course we all know hil is good-
natured, and says , it is all right
and I hat he don't care.
Rev. Gould was seen last Mon
day morning- hanging clothing on
the clothes line. When inquiry
was made of him he admitted
that he got caught in. the rain the
evening before while coming
home from Eight Mile Grove.
This morning at. 1:30. at the
lotne of her daughter, Mrs. C. A.
Berggren. in this city, Mrs. Car
rie I"klon. an aged lady, who has
resided here for some years,
passed away, after a long illness,
uo to" old age and a general
reakdown Mrs. Kkbon was
Kirn in Sweden some eighty-six
oars ago and came lo this conn
trv with her husband in 1882 am
r twelve vears was a resident
of Omaha. The family came t
IMattsmoutli m I8ii and has re
scinded here since that time
The husband and taltior passet
awav hero in 1899 and the hotly
of his helpmate will be laid t
rest beside him in Oak Hill cemet
ery here tomorrow. The funera
will be' hehl from the Berggren
home, tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, being conducted by Rev
V. I,. Austin of the Methodist
church. The deceased ladv leaves
only one child, her daughter, Mrs
Berggren, to "mourn her loss. Th
passing of this worthy lady will
bo the occasion of much regret
among the many friends who have
known her during her residence
Most Liberal Building Offer Ever Made. We Positively
Will Furnish our Customers Free of Charge Plans
for the Beautiful House Shown Below
Buys All the
to Build this
Price includes all lumber,
mill work, lath, shinples,
siuing, noonng, ceiling, finish
ing lumber, building paper,
pipe, gutter, saKh weights and
hardware. Price is at mill or
factory. Ask us for freight
Our Free Plan Offer
Without any obligation on your part we will gladly furnish you the
plans for the above house design and assist you in the selection of the
materials. We want to encourage home building and offer the best facili
ties and proposition ever made.
Save Money, Time and Worry
Our price cf SW5.00 for the abovo House
. Di'sikii "So. 1 15 is at tlio mill and wo will
1,'laJly quote a delivered price which will
make you a big saviotr.
Our system of selling- all the materials
saves you time and needless expense. We
make prompt delivery of all the items so as
to avoid auy dila" in the building operations.
AH the materials furnished are absolutely
brand new. clean and fresh stock. The
quality and grade of each item is exactly
as specified. The quantity is always suf
ficient to complete the design according to
the plan. In addition, we will take back
anv material not used, in pood condition,
and credit you at full purchase price.
Consult Us Before BuildingIt Will Pay You
Before Luildintr a home you should call at our office aud let us figure on the materials,
and offer you aome suggestion from our extended experience. - We can mt you
money and help you to build the must attractive an comfortable home possible for the
money you have to spend.
.CEDAR CREEK LUMBER COMPANY.
THEIR ANNUAL LEVY
FOR TAXES FOR 1913
Thf board or county comims-
sionors, a I. their session this
week, made their annual levy for
the taxes for the ensuing: year on.
an, assessed valuation of $8,430,
797. The . levy is as follows:
County perioral fund, five and
two -lent lis ; riiills; hridpe fund,
four mills; road fund, three mills;
stale, seven and three-tenths
mills; jail, one and live-tenths.
The increase in-the stale levy has
heen nuite larpe, the state board
having raised the lev for "this
year to tne limit set dv law. ine
county commissioners also de
cided to divide the" road levy into
two funds, that of general road
work, which will receive two and
a half mills, and that of the road
dragging, which will receive one
half mill. This is the first time
a road dragging fund has been
available and it will greatly aid
in the work of keeping the county
roads-in good shape.
-F. J. Hennings; wife and
daughter came in this morning
from theirhome near Cedar Creek
to attend to some trading.
Mrs. J. A. Shafir was in Lin
r i r - - n
Mr. anu lurs. r.ti casov were
.ineoln visitors Tuesdav.
Miss (rayce Jlailey left Satur-
lay for a fw days' visit at Friend,
.Miss loiel (Mian was a pas
senger on .. IK Sunday lor
.1. II. SI roomer and J. A. Shaf-
er autoeii lo Lincoln 1 ucsilav in
I ho former's car.
Mrs. (U-orge Cnryea was in Lin
coin Wednesday and Thursday at
ending the Epworth assembly.
Mrs. C C. TJucknell and chil
dren attended the Barnum &
Bailey circus at Lincoln Mondav
Mr. and Mrs. ElnuV Barrett, A
Bird and Will Sutton motored
to Lincoln on business Sal unlay
Mr. and Mrs. William Couple
spent a few days in Lincoln last
week, returning on No. IS Friday.
Fred Manners of Exeter.' Neb.,
came in Friday, visiting relatives
and friends until Saturday even
ing. - '
Mrs. Dan Manners and chil
dren of Havelock spent Friday and
Saturday with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. II. R. Vincent of Denver,
Colo, came in Wednesday to -visit
her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. A.
Vincent. . -
Miss . Bessie Campbell of
Hokeby is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Fred Prouty, and other relatives
Mrs. Annie Austin and Mrs.
Etta J. Mower of Lincoln wore
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Shaffer. -
The Misses Adelaide Blain and
Sarah Dullenly of Lincoln canie
flown Wednesday to. visit Mr. and
"Mrs. W. E. Casey a few days.
The Misses Anna and Elizabeth
Nugent of Fond du Lac, Wis.,
visited n few. days last week with
their cousin, Mr. Murley and wife.
. Mrs. John Murley was in Lin
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer spent Wed
nesday in Lincoln.
Charley Foreman returned
from Lincoln Wednesday.
Morgan Curyea was transact
ing business in Lincoln Wed
nesday. Miss Alta Linch returned home
Tuesday from a week's visit with
her sister at York, Nob.
Miss Vera Prouly and Crandpa
Prouty went to I'nivorsity Place
Wednesday to visit Joe Prouty.
who is very low.
The Misses Peterson of Ulys
ses, Neb., came in Wednesday to
visit their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Johnson, and -other
Harry Knoll of Kearney, Neb.,
visited a couple of days last week
with-his brother, Irviu Knott, who
accompanied him to Havelock on
Mrs. Mary Frye returned to her
home at. Clay Center, Neb., Wed
nesday, after a two weeks' visit
with her brother, John Murley,
and with relatives at Wabash.
Mr. Murtev accompanied her to
Clay ('enter on business.
Uncle Ivan White Better.
The Journal reporter, in com
pany wiHi Mr. Lee Oldham, called
on (Mir friend, L S. White, while
in Murray Wednesday. Notwith
standing the extreme warm
weather, Mr. White was feeling
some better than he had for. a
few days past. He was lying
down when we arrived at his
home, but sat up in a rocker and
conversed very freelv with us. He
fully realizes his condition, with
the hope that, he may get. 'better
soon. Uncle Ivan is a pioneer of
Cass counly, and his friends are
legion in all parts' of it, and it
does him lots of good for his old
friends to drop in and see him
when convenient. The Journal
hopes for the .best for its old
friend, as he is a citizen who is
highly respected by all who know
him. i k .ft .
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