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THURSDAY. JAHUARY . 114-
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
EHT 11 Bill
On Tuesday iM-niug .Mr. Wil
liam Caird became I In- recipient
of a birthday present wliii'li he
will not smi hi fur-get. Mrs. Caird
had very cleverly planned :i
"surprise attack" upon her hus
liaml, ami from tin reports
received In execution of tin plan
was most iii(Ti'ss Tul. Tht wiling-
program al tin liaird hune
was quite usual ami without Ihe
leal .suspicion ii i mi flu part of
Mr. P.aird. until about the hour
of 8 o'clock, v.lii'ti Ih was sum
moned Im tlii door and greeted
by a chorus nf men's voices, aii'l
tli cordial handclasp nf as many
Ttin. Iim : i M-nli'il to invade his
hospitable hnine. Tin genial
su'i'riiili'!iiiT.I is seldom 'vaugli;
naiipiiiir." ami his exclamation
upon being 1 1 1 1 x . -1 1 1 y entrap
ped, was most epivssj e (we tin
not quote). I'pi'ii gaining his
ciii)fKi!i'i' Mi". I.air.l f-u:id him
B These Prices
1 Are Cash
VV Yj fJ 1L L1 Vr
WEYRICH & HADRABA
S3 Ut MANHATTANS all of our $1.50 Manhattans, now
fcJ S1.15; all $2 Manhattans now $1.38; $2.50 now
$1.83; $3 now $2.25.
2nd MEN'S SOFT-COLLAR SHIRTS worth $1.25, $1.50
and $2, now 89c. These come in plain cream,
plain blue, plain tan and dark and light stripes, in
both plain and military collars.
3rd NECK-BAND SHIRTS to be worn with white collar.
Shirts worth $1.25 and $1.50, for only 79c. These
are mostly Sample Shirts, carried on the road by
salesmen. They may be slightly soiled, but are
new, uivto-date goods and worth up to $1.50, for
only 79a These will go fast.
4th MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, with soft collars, in plain
and fancy effects, worth 75c, 85c and $1, for only
49c. Here's a chance you'll not often get.
5th MEN'S WORK SHIRTS in good, dark materials.
double sewed, well
-BOYS' SOFT COLLAR SHIRTS in bluej cheviot,
well made, all sizes, only 25c.
If you expect to buy Shirts this winter, buy them
now at these prices.
E. Wescotf s Sons
self faced by the twelve men
with whom In is most closely as
sociated in conduct ing the. af
fairs of thi? Burlington in this
city. A company of men whos.
skill ami ingenuity arc contribut
ing' to cfliciency of one of tlie
largest industries of. this stale.
'Phi evening was most pleasant
ly spent in social conversation
and some extra line musical se
lections from Mr. Baird's Yie
trola. Later in the evening Mrs.
Band, assisted by Mrs. E. If.
YVescott, served a delicious
lhreecours supper, and withal
the occasion was most enjoyable,
and Mr. Baird cannot say that he
I. as iH er had a leal '"surprise
patty"' on his birthday. The
names of those proseut were; C
C. Hill. slorekeeer: .1. J. Cloida,
chief clerk, and the following
foremen: H. B. Hayes, II. S.
Baithold , George Lushinsky,
W illiam Hallance, V. C. Tippens,
J. A. llolley, .1. K. Wales, C. M.
I'arker, W. F. Warga, John I.utr.
After a hearty meal, take
Doan's Itegub ts and assist your
stomach, liver and bowels. Itegu
lets are a mild laxative. L'ae at
FORKS p nsC Best flour on
the market. i-Vdd by all leading
tell the winter story. Winter
has charms of scene no less
than Spring or Summer.
The KODAK insures best re
sults in all seasons.
Let us show you how easy
it is to KODAK. Everything
for Kodakery at our store.
made, worth 50c
TO SOUTHERN LOUISIANA
TUESDAY, JANUARY 20
On Tuesday, January 20, there
will be another big excursion run
from this city to southern
Louisiana under the charge of A.
H. Bow dish, the land man. The
parly will probably leave over the
Burlington for Kansas City and
from there go direct to Kent
wood, Louisiana, and later to
New Orelans, where a few days
will be spent taking in the sights
of that interesting and historical
city of 'the south. There are
quite a number from this city
ami locality who will take ad
vantage of the opportunity to go
on this excursion.
I (Special Correspondence.) J
Mr. Ira Wood of Lancaster,
Ohio, arrived Friday morning for
an extended visit with his broth
er, Frank Wood and family, liv
ing northeast of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doty, liv
ing east of town, entertained a
number of friends at dinner
Sunday. Those present were:
Miss 7-:iizabeth Oliver, Harold
Daley, Ira Wood, Ora Dawson,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Marks, Mr.
and Mrs. Bird Dawson and
daughter. Daisy, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Partridge and children and
Mrs. Mary Dawson. A most en
joyable time was spent by all
Mrs. Henry Meyer entertained
a number of friends and rela
tives New Year's eve in honor of
her husband's birthday. The
evening was most pleasantly
spent and at the usual hour a
dainty two-course luncheon was
served. Those present, were:
Misses Mildred Hart, Klizabeth
Oliver. Mary Leffler, Mr. Ray
mond Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Philpot
and daughter, Fern, Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Meyer and children, Mrs.
Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Leffler
To and From the Table.
Nobody should go to a dinner
table unless he feels hungry, and
everybody should leave the table
as soon as his hunger is ap
peased. It is a common mistake
to eat at any time, without being
hungry, and to remain at a table
after the dinner is finished. This
is the source of many digestive
troubles, : like flatulence, con
stipation and headache. The
tongue is usually coated, there is
bad taste in the mouth and fetid
breath. You need Triner's Elixir
of Hitter Wine, . which quickly
cleans out the whole body and
then strengthens the digestive
organs. It is to be recommended
in diseases of the stomach, the
bowels and the liver. At drug
stores. Jos. Triner, 1333-1339
So. Ashland Ave., Chicago. Do
not let an accident to you find
you Unprepared. ' Have always a
bottle of Triner's - Liniment at
hand. It quickly dispels pain.
INSURANCE MONEY UPON
THE LIFE OF MRS. VIR
GINIA M'VIGXER RECEIVED
The local treasurer of th
Mystic Legion of America yester
day received from the general
ollice a draft for SHOO payable to
Mrs. John Leesley of this city a
the alue of the life insurance
policy carried in that order bv
the late Mrs. Virginia MeYicker.
The local officers of the order are
greatly pleased with the rapid
manner in which the claim was
handled, as proof of death was
not sent in until December 2th,
and on the Oth of January the
draft for the amount was return
ed, making eight days from the
time it was sent in until it was
received back, and this showing
is one that, is very pleasing- to
the other policyholders of the
company. Mrs. McNicker was
eeretary of the lodge here.
AGAINST LAWRENCE STULL
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
This morning the case of W. If.
Newell, et al., vs. C. Lawrene"
Stull was called for trial in the
district court, and the defendant
not being represented in court at
the time the case was called, the
plaintiff's attorneys, Messrs.
Hawls & Robertson, moved to
waive the jurv and trv the case
to the court, which was granted
and the matter argued. Attorney
D. O. Dwyer appeared later for
the defendant and sought to have
the case continued, hut the court
ordered the case to be tried, and
at the close rendered a verdict
giving the plainim judgment lor
the amount prayed for in their
petition, together with interest,
which amounts to something
ILE DRIVER LOADED
ON CAR FOR SHIPMENT
This morning- the pile-driving
ut fit which has been engaged
for the past few weeks in the
driving of piles for the cofferdam
which has been constructed
around the government lots on
North Fifth street, w as loaded' on
:ars preparatory to being sliip-
ed to Columbus. Nebraska.
where the contractors will tane
up the work of constructing a
lam in the Loup river near that
lace. The work here was com
pleted in a very satisfactory
manner and the government en
gineers are of the opinion thai
the difficulty of having the build
ing settle will be largely over-
ome by the construction of the
THE ST. MARY'S GUILD
ENTERTAINED OY MRS.
From Wednesday's Dally.
The ladies of St. Mary's C-uild
were entertained yesieruay au-
ernoon in a most pleasing man
ner at the home of Mrs. Arthur
astwood ami a very delightful
time enjoyed by the ladies in dis
cussing mailers in regard to the
work of the Guild, as well as in
the preparing of dainty needle
work, and the time was passed
very rapidly in this manner. Dur
ing the course of the afternoon
the hostess served a very tempt
ing luncheon, to which all did
ample justice, and it was with
great regret that the ladies saw
the hour of departure draw near,
ind they left feeling that the aft
ernoon had been a most pleasant
one for all who were present at
the hospitable home.
Many ills come from impure
dood. Can't have pure blood
with faulty digestion, lazy liver
and sluggish bowels. Burdock
Blood Bitters is recommended for
strengthening - stomach, bowels
and liver and purifying the blood.
FOR SALE DATES
Reverse the Telephone
From WeJ nesila v's Iaily.
W. M. I'lnlpot of Weeping Wa
ter was in the city today attend
ing to his duties as a juror in the
Charles Felzer of Louisville
came in this morning to attend
to some matters of bu-iness in
the district cmirt.
Oeurge Spohn of Superior,
braska, was Imti e-lnday
tending the funeral of the
Mrs. Alcimia Jane Crahill.
Fred Clark of I In ieinity of
Union, was in the city today at
tending to some b(i-ims mat
ters at the court house.
K. C. Twis and V. M. Ha. Id on
of Loiiisille were in the eity to
day for a short lime al lending to
some matters al the court house.
John Tighe of Mauley came in
this morning" from his home to
look after some matters of busi
ness at the court houe for a
Fred Wai'm r of L'Mijsl;ie
came down this morning- n No.
( from his home to attend t i
some matters oi i,iiiin'-s in the
Isaac King departed thi-
morning for Superior, after
ng here in attendance at the
funeral of his ' m ! hcr-in-law,
Mrs. A. J. Crnbill.
K. Crahill, w ife and rhil
deparled tin's momimr for
home at Ieiiv.ood. Iova.
being here in attendance a!
the funeral of Mrs. A. J. Crahill.
John Beck of Ml. Ph-asanl
precinct droe in this inornin-
to visit for a few hours hen- audi
look after some trading with tin
John Cbalfaut and son, John
Chalfaut, jr.. were in the city to
day for a few hours, driving up
from their homes to look after
some mailers with the counly
Fver body's friend Dr. Thom
as' Fclectic Oil, the great, house
hold remedy for toothache, ear
ache, sore throat, cuts, bruises,
scalds. Sold at all drug stores.
2.e and r0c.
Etnt f Ohio. City tf To!fil. I.ufjR r.iimlf. .
Fraiii: J. i lifitry ui.ikt-H ialli tiot li i Hni'
Jarll'iT i tin- lll'IIl nf I--. J. Clu-Ili-y '.. !-lv!-
l.iisiM.-s in tli.- city t.i T'il'-il". County auj
Stut.- ii'iin sai'i. Mini tij.it Kiiiil tirm will i:i-
tlie ix::m ..r um: m'Miuiai ih,I-ai;s f.T
r:i'U nritl viTy f i"-it:!rrti ttirtt iinn-it. In
curi-il by th.' u-k.- of H ill's Catarrli t un-.
t FKAXK J CIIKXEY.
Sworn t' ltfor. m utmI suV-.-riN-.l In nr
pri s. Iio-, tUU Ctli tl:iy vf 1. .-.'tub. r. A. !.. lMj.
K.al. A. W. CI.KASnN.
Hull- Catarrh Cii" N t:kfn hit. mally nnd
nit i!ir"t'lly u,...ii lh. hl.n.l ji'i.l iioH-i.iis unr-f.H-.'s
of the fy-Xt 111. S.uJ tor t.slim.inlalH,
! K. J. enr.xrv & Co.. Tuid.. o.
pol.l t.y nil 1'rtlTc; -tt. T"-.
Tak. Ilili's l'i:Uii!y ViU fir rQ.!t!iatl.,n.
All Heavy Suits included
Suits regularly sold $15
and $10.50, now
Suits regularly sold $18
$20, and $22.50, now...
NEW HEATING PLANT
FOR COURT HOUSE
AND NEW COUNTY JAIL
From Tuesday's railv.
The county coiiimi.-sioners, at
their mieting today, had up th
matter of pulling m a new tieal-
i 1 1 plant for th art h.u-e.
and hae about decided to place
the plant in connection with the
new jail and In u-e a part of the
appropriation for that purpose,
in addition to the .-um of sl,r,oo
vhich they will appropriate, in
all likelihood lo a-i-t m the
work of insfalliu-' the healing
plant. There will be consider-;
able oppo-ition to the u-ing of
the money oted for the jail foi
I tie pUlpo-e ,,f pUltillg III the
plant, as tin amount for the jail
is hardly eimu-'h to put up the
riiihl kind of a building, but I he
oliriii-ionils doubtless believt
Ibis j (he b' -t way to fix tin
mailer, a - u- nae i n com
pelled o appropriate a great deal
of mom y for ditlerent improve
THE COONTY COMMIS
SIONERS IS ROSY WITH
The county commis-ioners
have been very bu-y the a-t few
days in attending- to the matters
that concern the taxpaxers of
the county and they hae been
allowing miite a number of
claims on the different fund-.
County A -or j Br an
recommended to the board the
appointment of Fred Weaver to
in us..e.-sor of South Bend ll-e-
cincl, which was accepted. The
In. aid also gave the contract for
fiimi-diing ollice supplies for tfi"
diiTerent oilices to the !atls
mouth Journal for the nuiu:
e;o. 'flie board of commissioii
ei and Counly Surveyor I'alter
si.n had ipiite a controversy omt
a number of claims for work and
mileage claimed by the surveyor,
and I his matter w ill likely .e
threshed out in court, as it was
reported around the court hou-e
thai the sureyo would seek to
secure the payment of the fees
by process of law.
BASKET GALL SEASON
TO OPEN AT GERMAN HOME
FRIDAY EVENING JAN. 9
The Plattsmoulh Turners will
open I tic basket ball season in
this city on n-t Friday ewnimr
at the (iiTinan Home, when they
Your Ship Has Come In
THE most opportune
time you have ever
known for buying fine
Overcoats and Suits is now at
hand. We are cleaning up all
heavy suits and overcoats, all
goods backed by a strong guar
antee. The deep-cut prices; a
third or a half less than usual
standard prices, offer a great in
ducement. Here are more than
200 Winter Suits and Overcoats
the best qualities known at
big savings the most important
sale we've ever conducted.
All Overcoats regularly
sold at $15 Q CA
and $16.50, now t?.UU
All Overcoats redularlv sold
and $30, now
Suits regularly sold $23
$27.50 and $30, now
Boys' Suits and Boys Overemtc
SlTsf50' $G-50' valued upa2
on the I'jrjea tai
Th- loC.il line-up b-"
will be. F?nb-rr
Aim". .Mann "
Ian. but th- p.-i..ns
. .. .t .f.itm.f e-
i4 u' i'-n --'
ly. The boy have peeri
ing great intere-t and
l...ir nr:irl Iff ami 3
ame i- b.ok.d forward t- by th
leam, a well a th. basket ball
fans of the citv. After Ibe K
a social will be civen to defray
ttie eVpeil-ei of the Ollte-t. an t
as th- learn ha lo j-tar.d it- -:.
. . i .11 . .-1 1 . :i
Vpensc llie Mlolll "
liberal patronage from th pub
lic, as well a- a g -.JJy number of
rooters- to assj-t m lb- "
the game. Th- ba-ket bail
game- of the Turnwein and th-Hi-'ti
scli .d will tx lield at ih
llHiman Home in th- futur.
where ibe condition- ar- mm-.J
b-tter f.-r p!amg th- ram- and
wlo r- excellent b-hf can b- U id
fop the game. I.-t -ro,i-who
can turn out Ami a-i-i tb.
team, both by their .euring
ticket and by r-'hiivr.
THE MEXICAN COLONY
AT LOUISVILLE 171 A
WARLIKE SPIRIT AGAIN
Th- M-xican cob-ny at Louis
ville sei-m-t to have become filbd
with the warlike -pint that pre
vails through .ut their nativ
land, and occasionally a s.uail-i7-d
revolution i l4rtd t
some fit III- hot-bt .o.l-.l d-niri
of th land of If'i-rtn. Tb
lat-st outbreak tto-re occurred n
Monday, wl.-n two of th-m b-
cam- engag-il in a p;arr i mni
larfed a littb shooting scrap-.
which resulted in on- of th-rn
r-ceiving a na-ly tl- h wourd in
lb- leg from a bull-t. Th- man
loing the shooting mnd- ii i - get
away and may nave gone pacji
get into Iti- warfar abng th-
bord-r. while D-puly Sh-riif
Maiispeaker. who was iiotit'i-.
yesterday of th- affair, w-r.t out
here and took charge of th- in
jured man. who i- not, tiow-ve-,
in a dangerous condition am! wiil
recover in a short lini. Tins i
th- s.cond Iim trouble ha h -n
started there by th-s popf. .i
a week or l-n dav ago on of th
m-n was brought h-r tor carry
ing a large bu.rh-r knife f.r u"
on his enemies.
Itching, torturing kin erup
tions distlgnr. annoy. driv on
wild. Dean's i.:ntmnt is prais
ed for its good work. r.c at all
F.d and James Fifg-rald wer
passengrs this rnornirt- for F.-I-som,
fowa. where th-y will look
after some lnins connected
with the supplying nf bruh for
the construction of riprap along
All Overcoats regularly
sold $18, $20 CIO rn
$22.50. now ..Jl0.5U
2ii ?7 ?:n
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