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PLATTSRIOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, WAY 2S, 1914.
" WHAT 0iMG,g
- - - - -- - - m a it t I
4 'How much the wife is dearer than the
bride' This is true when love is true.
Cj Let her value your wedding gift even
more as wife than bride. Ve help you
select gifts that will bear the test of years.
JOHN W. GRABILL
M COMMITS SHOE
AT TABOR, IOWA
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Graduating Exercises June 5th.
III.- .;;Mli .'i:nl.' pla'luat ill:
. Ii . . - V.lil In' i I -1 ' 1 ill the H'HI
u i . i il i..iial eh il eli ;it Weeping
Wai. r ii- t 1'i-iilav, June f,th. in
of I Inn -'iiy . June 'jth, as
pi i'.M-lv a II lion need. I'.eiy
Banks Closed Saturday.
alMiiii lnin:r ! iia I ion day
the Ul ,ji I - lie. I hi. lit.- of the rity
vi-li I., lul.-iiii all llo ir palion
lltil Ih.-il d-ior- will he -!ose.
dlil U t t lie e,t He day.
1 he hank of Ca-s r.otml y.
ln-l National I'.ank.
1" l.i 1 1 -1 ie u I h Stale Hank.
Try 0 ur Tasty Cakes All Kinds!
Makes You Hungry to See 'Em
"Everything Good To Eat"
... ,;t I :Wf .,'.vi
F. A. Raker in Town.
Mr. ami Mis. J'. A. Hak.-r and
lilt!.- .iauphti-r. Jinn'. 1 r m Im
I.ci iol. . b.. w'io in tin' rity v's
t ria. U' -ts at tin Innn- f Mr.
an. I Mr-. W. K. Hi.--:vi ans, and
ii'Iai ti'ij this morning fir Oma
ha, (irttna ami tlnr points,
v. Ijfii' t!j-y havr- r'!aliHs ami
lri.-mls. an.i will ri'tuin Jkm fiJ
a. f.'w tlayV iit hf'r' j turning
homo. Thi-y ai-f taking s-r,-al
w.'i-k-' viit with lelativs aix
frioml-i in TinniHroiis points,
i innk liM'1 in Klinw"i for sv
frr. yr-ars. whf'ij In1 was n-cj-ntly
mai! -arri-r. hut jnv(i to Imp-rial
ah'-ut 1'otir yi-ars a?o.
wlit-ic hi' has made his ioini en
joying health ami prosperity in
e! .-eiise of the term.
Coughed for Three Years.
"I am a lover of your godsend
lo humanity and science. Your
medicine, J)r. Kind's New I)i.s
coery, cured my couh of three
years' standing," says Jennie
Flr-inming, of New over, Ohio.
Have you an annoying cough? Is
it stuhhorn and won't yield to
treatment? Oef a 50c bottle of
Ir King's New Hiscoverv today.
What it did for Jennie Klemming
it will do for you, no matter how
stuhhorn or chronic a cough may
he. It stops a cough ami stops
throat and lung trouble. Relief
or money back. COc and 1.00 at
The dancing season is grow
ing short and those who desire to
take the fullest advantage of it
should be cn hand Saturday even
ing to attend the grand ball to be
given at the M. W. A. hall. A
good time Is assurred to all.
You will find tne moat complete
line of fitationery in the city of
Plattsmouth at the Journal ollcft.
The finest line of box paper,
visiting and calling card.
Bond & Lillard Highest (Irad
Hourbon on earth, for sale only al
Kd Donat's Plattsmouth.
A Slice From Omar's Cake.
Come, eat your All and in the fire
Your winter morsel of denial fling.
The bird of time has but a little
To flutter, and the bird la on the
Make friends with our
cakes. They have the home
made quality that you like.
Made of best eggs and
One of our layer cakes, for
instance, adds to the joy of
living just tops off a meal
Orange cakes, sponge cakes,
plain cakes, chocolate cakes,
raisin cakes, crullers, lady
fingers, etc. all fine.
THE GIRL OF
Synopsis of the First and Second
Series Third Series at the
Air Dome Friday Night.
The opening drama in the "Lu
cille" series, in which the prin
cipal characters are established,
and in which '-Lucille" under
takes a hazardous mission in an
hydroplane to save the honor of
her lather and the man she loves.
Hugo Loubeijue and Sumpter
Love are cadets at West point.
Both Jove the -ame woman. Lou
heejue is expelled from the in--tilution
for theft from his fellow
cadets. The principal witness
against him is Cadet Love, who as
a Jesuit of Loubeque's downfall,
wins the woman for the hand of
whom both were rivals.
Loubeque mms apart his life to
avenge himself UpUl L"e. e
carefully educates himself to the
end oT making his reetige more
certain and dire. Knowing that
Loe will some day become an
oilicer in the army, he lays his
plans in that direction.
e becomes an international
spy, a broker in national secrets,
lie work upon tin plat; that no
country i greater than its small
After a lapse of many years
Love is a general in the I.'. S.
army, stationed in Manila. He
has an only daughter. Lucille,
who is engaged to marry Lieu
tenant iib-on. The butler in the
Loe hooiischobj is a cracksman
in the employ of Loubequo.
After watching- the movements
of Loe for years, Loubeque de
cides that the time for action has
(ieneral Love receives from
Washington a set of documents;
f the utmost diplomatic import-
tnce and the contents of which!
must be kept in the strictest se
recy. As his aide. Lieutenant
Oil.son locks them in the safe, al
the instigation of Loubeque, the
jutler steals the paper. The
ion..r of (ieneral Love is threat
ned and he informs (iibson to
otisider himself under arrest
until the papers are returned.
Lucille take up a telephone
receiwr that morning to liud that
the wires are crossed. She oer-
hears a conversation between
Loube.pje and hi accomplice in
which the spy admits that the
documents are in his possession,
and that he intends leaving Ma
nila on the steam-hip I'mpress at
once. Lucille decides on the spot
that she will regain possession of
the documents if she has to fol
low Loubeipje lo the ends of the
th earth. She at once
realizes that her only chance of
leaching the Lmpress before it
puts we to sea, is through the
aid of thi goernment aviator,
(Jibson's rival for her hand. The
aviator lends his assistance. She
springs into the hydroplane and
in a moment later is skipping
oer the waters in the wake of the
Little does Hugo Loubeque
dream that his Nemesis is above
his head and ready to land by his
side as he contemplates that the
last great stroke in his plan for
revenge is nearing completion.
Series No. 2.
The second story of Ibis series
opens when Lucille dcscrls I he
hydroplane in the open ocean and
make a sensational landing upon
the steamship. Then, fj.tr Ihe
first lime, Louheipie becomes
aware that his program of re
venge is being interfered with.
The moment he sees the girls he
is struck by her resemblance to
his llrsi love, who in reality was
Loubeque's tirst move aloanl
lh ship is lo have sent out an
unsigned wireless message to the
effect I hat (ieneral Love and not
his aide, proved a traitor by sell
ing the diplomatic secrels. Afler
the message is sent out, and lo
prevent further communications
with the ship, Loubeque disar
ranges the wireless apparatus. In
doing so he causes an explosion
in which he is injured.
Lucille realizes that her op
portunity has arrived, and she
volunteers M nure him. Her
services are accepted. She is
soon on friendly terms willi Ihe
international spy, but seek as she
will the hiding place of the docu
menls remains mystery.
Fortune, however, favors her.
A fierce lire breaks nut in the
hold of tin; ship. Lucille is with
We offer White Waists in
the newest style and fab
rics, 15 different numbers
to select from, at prices
$1.25 to $3
We also offer a lot of odd
waists at a bargain price; they
go at, each
79c, 89c, 98c.
Loubeque in his stale room when
the impending disaster is an
nounced. With the tirst shock of
the news the spy's first thought
is of the valuable documents and
his startled glance toward a desk
reveals to Lucille the hiding
place of the stolen papers. Lou
beque leave the room for an in
stant, and the next instant Lu
cille f:nds the papers and thrusts
t hem in her bosom.
The lire in the hold is now-
burning fiercely, and all hope for
the ship i lost. Ihe lifeboats
are lowered ami the rule of
"women first" is adhered to.
Realizing that he must desert
tin ship at once the spy rushes
to hi cabin only to find the
naners gone. He then realizes
that his late nurse is no other
than Lucille I.oc, daughter of his
deadliest enemy. He dashes to
the ship's rail just in time to see
the boat in which Lucille is seat
ed, lowered into the angry sea.
"Well played. Mis Love," he
cries, "but I am afraid you will
have to return the papers."
No soon does Lucille s boat
touch the water than it is capsiz
ed and all the women occupants
are left to the mercy of the
The burning ship listing al
most to the water's edge, the
ocean spotted with the dying" and
dead, Lucille grasps a floating
timber and clings to it until she
When she regains her senses
she -finds herself upon a long
stretch of beach: a castaway tip-
on one of fhe South Sea Islands.
See the third series at the Air
Dome Friday night.
Attention, High School Students
and Grade Children!
The High school chorus will
rehearse at the theater Friday
afternoon at L'r.'hl. The grade
children from the first to the
eighth grades inclusive will re
hearse at 4 o'clock. This will be
the final rehearsal for the Mem
orial day music, and all are asked
Mrs. Mae Morgan, Direclor.
Farm fop Sale.
Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles
northeast of Union; 14 acres hay
land, 20 acres pasture timber,
rest in cultivation; well improv
ed. Price right if taken soon.
Address Miss Etta Nickels, Mur
Farm for Sale.
The (I. F, Switzer quarter,
three miles southwest, of Ne
hawka. For particulars see or
write Henry M. Bollard, Nehawka,
WANTFD TO BUY 15 or 20
calves, 2 to 3 days old. J. P.
Our low price, easy selling
accident policy offers pleas
ant and profitable employ
ment. Write us for terms,
COLUMBIA LIFE INS. CO.
Fremont, Nebr. - . - ...
THE LOUISVILLE POTTERY
On Tuesday of this week a
Journal representative made a
brief visit in the thriving little
city of Louisville, meeting quite a
number of the business and pro
fessional men and visiting many
of fhe enterprising and prosper
ous business houses in what can
trulhfully be termed one of, if
not, the best towns of its size in
eastern Nebraska. Louisville is
a progressive little city in every
way. It has advanced very rapid
ly during the past few years,
many new business houses and
residences have been erected, but
among the busy places all the
time the Louisville pottery Works
takes the lead. Here is where we
spent the most interesting few
moments of our time in that city.
This institution i doing more to
advertise Louisville than any
other within its borders. While
the products of thi concern i
entirely confined to the flower
pot, the very high quality of the
same places them in great de
mand wherever they have been
introduced, and the entire output
the plant is sold as fast as
they- can be manufactured, which
is way up into the many thou
sand every day.
The pots are being sold in car
load lots, and are finding sale in
Omaha, Kansas City. Council
Muffs and other cities of the
middle west where there are lo
cated florists and hot house of
any mignitude. ami are pro
nounced by them all to be the
very best pottery work in the
lam!. The natural clay in the
Louisville hill, which is a beauti
ful led. combined with an excel
lent and up-to-date plant and
workmen that know their busi
ness, this plant is sure turning
out a finished piece of poffery
that i a beauty, one that has
been in demand from the start.
and under the able management
of Mr. Kahler there is still great
er success for the Louisville pot
tery in vears fit come.
The Journal has always had a
reat many friends in Louisville.
with whom it is a pleasure to
spend a few hours. The busi
ness men are progressive and up-to-date
in every way, the farmers
are prosperous and liberal, and
the city ami community is jus.t
what this class of people can
make it. an ideal place to live.
Gets a Very Severe Fall.
Yesterday afternoon while Oco.
A. Kall'enberger was engaged in
some work trimming trees at his
home on High School Hill he met
with an accident that will lay him
up for a few days at least. Mr.
Kaffenberger was mounted on a
ladder and cutting ofT branches
from a tree, when one of the
branches, in falling', struck the
stepladder and it was knocker!
from beneath Mr. Kaffenberger,
throwing him to the ground with
great force, and as a result of the
fall he received s"everal severe
bruises that made the services of
a physician necessary to treat. It
is to be hoped that he will not
sustain any serious injuries as
the result of the accident.
Here for a Short Visit.
The friends of Mrs. S. L.
Thomas of Long Ueach, Califor
nia, are enjoying very much a
visit from that estimable lady,
who is here for a week's stay in
this city. Mrs. Thomas has been
at Malvern, Iowa, looking after
some business matters there and
took "the opportunity to pay a
visit to the old home, where she
and her genial husband. Senator
Thomas, resided for so many
years. The Thomas family has
made their home in California for
the past few years and greatly
like the climate in that country.
Residence for Sale.
Two-story brick on Main and
8th streets, contains 8 rooms,
not including bath room and
closets. Beautifully located and
modern fixtures. Two and a half
lots, with trees, barn and out
houses. For further particulars
address Silas Long, 648 N. 26th
St., Lincoln, Neb.
16u ac res of Land.
Will trade 160 acres of land iu
Perkins county for Plattsmouth
property. ' W. R. Bryan.
Buy, Sell or Exchange Platts
mouth property. Worth the
money. Clyde II. Fuller. Phone
440 J. 5-li-tfd&w
The Journal does job work.:
fefl : Prices:.
We can show you
styles trimmed in
such as usually sell
Ask for Prices on Re-trimming- and Alterations.
Only dependable goods.
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly
Spots How to Remove
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle
face, to try a remedy for freckles
with the guarantee of a reliable
dealer that it will not cost you a
penny unless it removes the
freckles; while if it does give you
a clear complexion the expense
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from any
druggist and a few applications
should show you how easy it is to
rid yourself of the homely
freckles and get a beautiful com
plexion. Rarely is more than one
ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for
the double strength othine as
this is the prescription sold un
der guarantee of money back if
it fails to remove freckles.
Certainly Deserves Much Praise.
The two plays given by the
senior class at the Parmele thea
ter on, Monday evening-, which
have attracted such a large
amount of praise for the work of
the persons taking part,,,an,d
which showed such careful train
ing, owes a great deal of their
excellence to the splendid work
of instruction given the young
people by Mrs. George H. Falter,
who, owing to the serious illne?
of her mother, Mrs. O. L Dovey,
assisted in the work of instruc
tion. The splendid performances
certainly speaks well for the work
of Mrs. Falter, who devoted a
great deal of time to the boys and
Indigestion? Can't Eat? No
A treatment of Electric
Bitters increases your appetite;
stops indigestion; you can eat
everything. A real spring tonic
for liver, kidney and stomach
troubles. Cleanses your whole
system and you feel fine. Electric
Hitters did more for Mr. T. D.
Peeble's stomach troubles than
any medicine he ever tried. 2et
a bottle today. 50c and $1.00, at
Motorcycle for Sale.
In excellent condition, good as
new. Big, powerful 2-cyIinder,
developing 7-10 H. P. Need the
money. Must sell at once. See
Ed Steinhauer at Journal office.
Drug Si ore Monies:
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"EGYPTIAN LOVE LETTER" 'j
You don't have to write on clay tablets nowadays. ,
Instead you. use pen and ink and fine paper, with j j:
Uncle Sam your servant for a song.; Let us bc'i i
your stationery servant We Ye well trained and T
can "deliver the goods' 'at right prices. . l;
Mauzy. Orug OBTmipaiw..
FOR -. .r-
values in becoming Sailor
flowers. Ribbon, or drapes,
from $3,50 to $5.00, at
Hot weather we&Vens and makes hena
lazy. It also retard growth of young
birdi nnleta you tue
This wonderful remedy purifies' th
blood, keepa the liver right and aids
growth, digestion and egg- production.
Pkg: tSe, 60c. 60c.tl.00; li lb. pail tS.SO
Prttts Pcwdeiwd Lin Killer is tbe mt paw- ,
erf ai ituectinde for poultry ndplKnu ufat
and mwt economical. 'jc and &0c. befuae
utiatitutea; uuuat ua Pratta. 6
Satisfaction Caraatel or Money Back
Ct fratu 160 vaw futUtry Boo
ior Sale by
J. V. EGENBERGER, Plattsmouth
WOLFF & AULT, Cedar Creek.
A Strange Fatigue.
Without any preinom'fion and
without any previous :syirrp4m
we. feel sometimes a strange,
sudden fatigue, the:-.qajusf of
which we are aCa, los, to explain.
Tlje most common cause of it is
indigestion, in which cerf a in" pn re
ticles of food remain in life body,
fermenting and deeomposfngj-' In
sueli a case you need hIp at once1.
We wish to recommend j ou Tiinl
er!s American Elixir of Bittep
Wine, which will, tfnickjy.arivfr
out of the body' aij'rinfiifcested
waste matter. Your fatigue will
give room to enerp.-rn'tnfpy,'a'ili
merits of the stomach, 'the bowels
and the liver whereat ..thorough
cleaning out -is tteckirf, this
remedy,- gives a speedV- relief At
drug stores. Jos Triner Manu
facturer, 1333-1339 ;& Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111. Incdidents
you .should have Trfhef's" Lini
ment on hand,' It is to be recoiii
mended in sprains, swellings,
stiffness of the joints, ete.
Girls Wanted. , ,
Two girls are; wanted", "fai ihe
Perkins House - immediately, j"for
general work. - ; l- - l-
. Wanted. ,
A man to bore or-drg well.'
Write p. O. Box 490, Plattsmouth,!
Neb. , , . 5 5-25-2t4 i
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