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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1913)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1313
PLATTSMOUTH 'SEWII-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Doii't Wait Until the
Last Moment to do
Come Early and
of Our Large
Toys for the little folks
Rugs, Carpets and
some Christmas Gifts.
Bear in Mind the Beautiful Doll that
is to be Given Away Free Dec. 23rd
to the one bring in the most Round Yellow
Tickets from the Round Ticket Hose. So be
sure to call for the 25c Round Ticket hosiery.
E. G. DOVEY & SON
TO 8E REMOVED SOON
Anl 1 1 r old landmark in the
main pari of the city is about to
1m Jt'ltli.V"l from the .-pot Where
ii lias stood fur years, as H. M.
Shlacs, whit- a short time ajo
purchased tin. hd and residence
at tin" corner of Six'h an. I Vine
sli-ecls, has dispo-ed of the resi
dence to M. S. IJrius who will
irm. w it In Hi.' araiil lot at the
I'lnn'i" of Seventh an. I llml
Mreets, wIht" il will be placed in
lirsl -cla.-s .-diape fur rental pui
i'im'. . Thr hoii-e is m excel
lent shape an.! w lion Hit changes
iMiili'iMphileit b Mr. Itrij-'r. are
ma.lf it will make a neat and
com foil al! home for mmiu'iidc.
As soon as I Ii t house is r'ino fit
from tlit lot. of Mr. rShlaes and he
receive ilif plans from the
architect, h.' experts to beuin t li
erection of a lin' sjmiu bunga
low on the sjt. wtiich will prove
a tine aliilion to this block.
Christmas Gifts From Our
- Set s Neckwear,
Hosiery and Handker
chief, $1.50. Neckwear
and Hosiery, SI &$1.25.
- the medium and
large shapes. Extra
quality in exquisite col
ors at 75c. High grade
knitted ties at S2 and
S1.23 and 75c each.
-J ets S6.00 and $7.00.
Bath Robes S5 to ST 50.
ATE W line of Shirts, selected for the
-lN Holiday trade, $1.25 each. Manhattans $1.50;
and up to $3.50.
Get the Pick
Plain and Fancy Hosiery
Gold Plated Frames
Linoleums make hand-
whirli wilt then be otic of the best
in llit cily.
One seel ion, tlili acres wheat
laud, in Franklin comity, Wash
ington, l.aml rolling, but not
lonptil. All plowed spring of
no wasl.ee land. First
crop wheat 2."V hnolu-ls per acre
raised in 11M7. Located - miles
north of Kalilotiis; rj railroads.
All f"iiced. Hrice, sJ-'.aO per
acre, on easy terms. loo op
portunity for farmer with boys
who wants larsie farm. Owner
an invalid. Must For par
ticulars wrile owner. W. C.
Samiisoii. I O. H:.- :PJ. Plat I s
inoulti. Neb. t 1 1 -1 nio-w
.lames (irubcr was a ealier at
this ..llice recently and ordered
'he T'lattsuiohth Journal sent to
M. L. Hubv at McCook. Neb.
A. C. Carey, who has been re
siding on a farm near Mynard.
lias moved to a farm near 1'acilic
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper,
Gering & Co. 'Phone 36.
-- kerchiefs one-half
dozen in a box Irish
Linen Hemstitched $1.50
and $2 per box, or 25c
and 35c each,.
wear in new pat
terns pure silk in the
wide-end shapes. Some
50c each; some 35c each,
3 for $1.00.
T AUNDRY Bags
v ery practical,
set complete $2 and $3.
Those Whp Have Prepared to
Meet Wants of Those Seeking
In the Christmas lour of yes
terday the block on the south side
of Main street, between Fifth ami
Sixth streets; was covered, and
this issue will take up the mer
chants on Sixth street who art
risht in the front ranks with
The jewelry store of J. W. Cra-
bill is aiways one of the finest
appenrins in the city, but in tip'
holidav season esperiallv is its
offering's something well worth
seeing, as the stock of goods
carried is quite large and em
braces all manner of gifts in
sterling silver brush sols, mir
rors, manicure sets and every
article that could possibly bo
thought of in this line of goods,
The sdork of jewelry is especially
large and the array of stickpins,
cuff buttons, watch fobs and
charms and tine waiehes at all
prices, for the men. makes a
most tempting" display, while the
line of gifts for the ladies is
equally large and includes rings
of all kinds, lockets, ornamental
pins, toilet sets, as well as other
articles suitable for the ladies'
dressing table and for her adorn
ment. The firm also has in con
nection the store of the l'latls-
moulh Music company, which ha
a large line of Victrolas an.
records on sale, any of which
would make a most acceptabh
present to either young or old.
The drug" store of F. S. Fricke
& Co. is not behind its neighbors
in ils offerings for the holiday
trade, having a fine line of per
fumes, toilet articles, candies
and fancy stationery, in addition
to the cigars for the gentlemen
smokers. The Uexall store
carries a fir.-t-elass line of
goods, which gives the shopper a
good field from which-to choose
their presents and leaves little
reason for anyone to have much
trouble in making their selection
from this stock.
The store of V. It. Murdock is
also crowded to the doors with
articles suitable for the Christ
mas season and here gifts for
young and old alike may be
found in profusion and at very
reasonable prices within the
reach of everyone. Their .-lock
of goods' is so numerous and
varied that il is impossible to
begin to enumerate the different
articles offered the public, but a
trip there will prove Convincing.
The big" furniture store of M.
Ilild is one where the more sub
stantial gifls may be secure 1,
such as handsome chairs, rugs,
beautiful pictures, music cab
inets, buffets, sideboards or any
thing in the line of furniture that
!he heart of the most discrimin
ating purchaser could possibly
desire to purchase for their loved
ones or friends. Mr. Ilild allows
nothing to stand in the way of
securing for his customers the
best that the market affords, and
this year the line selected is most
complete and the range in prices
will fit any purse, great or small,
with lirst-class furniture at the
lowest possible margin of profit
Consistent with good business
At the store of Zuckweib-r .v.
I.ulz the Christmas spirit is quite
in evidence and their line of
goods display all the beautiful
offerings of the world of com
merce in the line of dress fabrics,
as well as a large assortment of
fancy aprons, collars, sweater
coats for ladies, hosiery, hand
kerchiefs, mufflers and all
similar articles that can be found
in a first-class sfore of this kind
and they can well satisfy the de
sire of anyone for a substantial
remembrance to give jo their
family or friends on the Christ
The establishments- of J. S.
Hall and J. E. Tuey. while they
have made no elaborate prepara
tions for the holiday season, are
well filled with a large stock of
first-class groceries and dry
goods, all of which would assist
greatly in the somi cheer of the
Yubdide and their customers will
be aide to secure many bargain
from their' stocks of goods,
either in lbe grocery or dry goods
On North Sixlh street the
siores. while p.oj as-Tvumerous as
those 'on the south side, are fill
ed with equally large stocks of
'G b CLOTHES
pxiils awaiting the coininj; of the
seeker of the Christinas jj-ift.
The store of Slreiht &
Slreifiht is filled to the doors with
furniture of all sizes, prices. and
descriptions, which would come
in most handily in the way of
rJirislinas presents, and a call
there will develop the fact that of
beautiful chairs, bookcases, buf
fels. bed room suits and hand
some pictures they have a full
supply and are ready to serve
the wishes of anyone who may
desire to purchase articles of
I.orenz Itiolhers, the Sixth
street butchers and grocers have
stocked up for the holiday sea
son with every delicacy that the
markets of the country can af
ford and they should be added to
the list of the places to visil on
the holiday shopper's lost if they
desire to secure the choicest of
ferinjrs possible to procure for
the comfort and .pleasure of the
MODERN WHEN GF
AMERICA OF GASS CAMP
332" ELECT OFFICERS
Cass Camp No. 3J2 of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America last
evening held a very enthusiastic
meeting at their hall in the
Woodman building, at thercorner
of Sixth and Main streets, a. id
amon o her mailers of import
ance taken up was Mie election of
officers for the ensuinir car,
which resulted in tin, following
trenllemen beinr selected to till
the different positions:
Venerable .Consul Frank J.
Worthy Advisor John K.
Hanker William llassler.
Clerk Henry F. linos.
Kscort II. M. Wilcox.
Watchman A. F. lStnuu.
Sentry J. L. lUirrows.
Trustee Cieorjro I.ushinsky.
Physicians lMs. J. S. Liv
ingston and K. I. Cummins.
This makes life sixteenth year
that the office of tanker in the
bnl-re has been held by Mr. llass
ler and the splendid manner in
which "Hilly" has served the in
terest .of lhc"lodre is shown in
his repealed re-elections to the
ollice. and there is no member of
the Modern Woodmen in l'lalts
moiilh who possesses I he esteem
and respect of his fellow mem
bers to such a defrree as Mr.
llassler, who was one of lbe first
members of the lode in tills city.
Fine New Uuniform.
Chief of Police Hen Itainey ap
peared on the street this after
noon attired in a line new blue
uniform with brass buttons, in
dicating his ollice, and bis ap
pearance was equal to that of
any of the finest on the me
tropolitan police force. The uni
form was made from a special
order thioutih the liriu of Wil
liam Holly, and is certainly very
becoming to the "Hi.' Chief."
Try a sack of Forest Rose flour.
Your money refunded if not satis
factory. $100 Reward, $100
T!.f Tii.I.-rs if this pajT will te jili'iifl to
!a:u tl'tit JhTi? i ht lrat on dr.-adcl U
tiiijt M-wmfH b.i b.fii iiMe t- rur in U t
m;:i-. arU that 1 Cntarrh. Hail s Catarrh Curt
It ill - !.! )!-iiivp inn- u-rar known tUr nipj-l.-il
trntiT.i'.rr. Catarrh Ix-ine a -.iisttnitl(inal
r.v,0r-H a constitutional trpatltiflit.
Ila'l Cit.ir-.h Curr- I tk-n internallr, ai'tlns:
Ilrettly u;h.u tli lilcind arnl muoiw mirfact s of
111-- avbtrui. tj'Tflr il.'KtroyinK tlio fuiin.lnthnt
.f Hip rtiM'a-H'. mid' plTin Cue patient sin-ncti:
! liul!iiii g an tlie con-titut!ra and aitinj: ua
:;ir? in .!i-;i it n.irk. Tb prorli-tor !;:.
' niiK U f i'b 4'i it. -tiritir iw-r tUat tby
-a. numlid lv-l!ar fur a".T oi that It
fjilis r:Ti-. Snd for lit of U'.-ttu!ilu!si
4d'.:rsi I-. J. CHENEY & CO., Tt4e.lt. O.
'"'..! Vi- ell rruyit. 73c.
Ta.a IZaiVi laailljr riU for constipation.
Our Big Overcoat Week
Closes Saturday Night
It's to your interest to visit our store this week and ,et posted on the
overcoat market. You'll not be urged to buy, but the many who have bot
coats this week is a good indication of their attractiveness. Never again this
season will you see so many high grade, low priced overcoats us riiit here and
now. The sooner you come, the better the selection. Remember here are coats
of all kinds from a $1.50 child's coat to a 540 silk lined, including our famous
Gordon and Ferguson Fur and Mackinaw coats, and every good kind of a coat
you can think of. One special lot of all wool Men's Coats at $9.95.
Qofuvloir C . Boys' gray sweater coats with pockets, 39c
Oalliruay Opeiidlb. Men's convertible i-in hands all colors, 15c
From VVediiesdu y's Daily.
Attorney W. Hanisey arrived
from Omaha this afternoon to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Flor
A. L. Haker of Murray was in
the cily last 'evening alleinliii" to
some business matters and viit
iuir with his friends.
Mrs. Fi ed Sanul. r was a pas
senger this inornin'-- for Omaha,
beii called tbeit' to look after
some business matleis.
Henry It. tiering of Oniaha
can:.' in this afternoon on No. Ji
lo attend the funeral of the late
Mrs. Florence Dovey-Wcsl.
Mrs. (leoi'e W. Th.ui.ns ami
Mrs. (Jeore H. Mann were i-it-ors
in -Murray today, where the
were the quests of Mrs. K. S.
Charles II.. Warner drove in
this morning from bis farm
home near this cily ;.nd sjt. ::t a
few hours here lookinu' after
some trailing with the merchants.
Henry Hirz, jr.. and wife and
liitle baby, were par-senders this
morniuu for the mel ropolis,
whore they vill visil for a few
hours mid look alter mailers of
F.d H. Tritsch and William
Hlalt :-ranl.' were passengers tins
morninjr on the early Ibu liudton
train for Omaha. wln-re they
were called to look after some
mailers of business.
Mrs. V. A. Halierson and
daughter. Miss Lucetla I'aller
son, came down from Omaha
Ibis nioiniiiir on No. 1 to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Florence
W. II. lleil. accompanied by
his sister, Miss Lizzie lieil, came
in tliis jiflernoon from their
home near Cedar Creek and spent
a few hours here looking after
some matlers of business.
I). It. Lewis, one of the prom
inent citizens of t ile-.iwoo.l. vas
in the cily over niuht. comim:
over to enter into the fold of the
Llks' lo.ly-e in this city, be Mis
taken in al the meet in-' last
evenintr. He was a passenger
this morniuir for Omaha, where
he visil, d for a few hours before
Mrs. Hoberf D.-avcr of Hur
well, Nebraska, :rnd Miss Ma
thilde l'elers of Weepiiur Water
who were isitinpr :it the William
Hunter home, were passengers
Ibis niorniiip- for Omaha, where
they will visil for a few hours
before returninir to their homes.
Stork Visits the Ewlng Home.
From Tuesday's Pally.
On .Saturday the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. I-Iwi njr on lower
Main street was visited by a line
new bouncing baby boy, vho
came to make his home with
Ihem in the future. The lilt!.
boy and the mother are both jrel
tintr alonjjr nicely and the-. proud
father is atlendinsr to his duties
at the (bios hotel wearing a smile
such as only a proud falher ran
be the possessor of, and bis j"'
is well founded for lbe voiinir
man is about as tine a lad as can
42-acre farm,' one-quarter
mile from city limits of a town
of y,0('Mi; Iarpe orchard; '( acres
in fall Wheal; no warde land; all
the very best; ;j wells; G-iem
house in. jrood condition; electric
lifih'l; good water s.-lem. li
vi.sion point of Wabash railroid
empIomy LMiO men. l'rice,
OUM.on; part down and rest in
good security, or sTOO.uu cash.
For particulars see
322 Cor. 4th and Orauite Ms.
E. WESCOTT'S SONS uXut
Here to Attend Lodge Meeting.
From Tuesday's iJaUy.
There w.-re a Iaru:e number r
lbe Murray members of the Ma
sonic Indue present, la-t evening
at the me.-tiiiu of tin- ...ue in
this city, coming u from their
hoiiies n th - eenmr Hain ;i;nl
lemaininir oer for the J. .,
work. Anions thus,, here v.'ie:
D. J. Hitman. 1. C. Illi'"l"ii,
ferry. S. o. I'iiman. .lame
I.oiiuhi ide. Will Sejj.olt and Wil
liam C. Hrown oT Alb e;-:.i. Can
ada, who js vi-iiiiiu lo re vilh his
relat i es.
Rev. DunklcLcrger at Mi-rray.
On in-xl Sunday l',e. 1 ). L.
i Mi !ebei u. r of lb" Chri-lii'O
church at 11. it t -itmu! h will b'
Murray to b"bl -eri,es a'. th - -
chureh there, and a cordial in
vitation is extended lo the public
So be present and lake part in
'be-e r-el vices.
Kffectively reli.'ve p tiu. Tlie pootbinc ff
ft-cts of Menthol are qnickly ft-lt in 1 ck
aclie, Iihoumatisru, S.-iatif-a and ctb-r
painful affections. Ynrd roll s.l.0; rp-i.
l:irsize 2"f. All lm;:i;ist or direct I y m.uL
Davis is Lwrence Co., .N. w York.
Samiuj DiAiied u;kjq request, 5c s'.rnp.
Coughs, Crcup, Bronchitis
Contain no harmful drug
DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO.. New Yori-
m m m n i n 1 1
Will surely be acceptable NOW
to my patrons who are still not
supplied or can use another of
those remarkable values in
I have chosen a complete assort
ment all new and desirable shapes
and styles, and for a few days, I
will sell these at the above prices.
Every women in
see for herself what
this jjreat value jiiv
in:4 means to her.
KEEIING OF THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
Fr'irn W :; C: v'j TVy.
The e Vet; e .- -l! i ii, it tee . .f I II
Ca-- C.-i,!.!y M.nd,i -li".! a--
1 . 1 1 l ' r 1 1 ' -1 - - 1 I i . ;.
ii. - W.iler- ;:iid enj..ed a m-
te.--iin- t .-,,M u ! il ! 1 1 ' . 1 1
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Mr-. Cl;.il!e- N"oe- ii t'..t'
f'MUI.I. T!lee A,!e pleyn!, a!
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Box Social December 13.
'1 he ...pil- aed f. ..-ii,- ' of
the Woodbine s.-Ie-d. in !i-tr
-'.. and ai...;;! i". inib - i;. iiiA. .t
of (hi- cily. uii b.dd a b. -1 t
j a. !ie -i-ho.d b 'U-e Salurd.i'
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'-I'.I'H V. be ree.jef,..! JV , l, .
p'M.iN. ::ft-c whi'-h the b-ve-will
I..- -e!d al a;i.!i-n. F -b
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M.iLhiMe 1 ..:!.,!. ! . .-!,. r.
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