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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914.
BUSINESS MEN WHO
WILL CLOSE STORES
AT 6 O'CLOCK P.
CASS COUNTY REPUB
jSzitf your JfeAjy
Then let us live today I" Schiller.
Why wait until the silver anniversary to
replenish the silverware? Today bids you
act. Our reliable stock at your service.
JOHN W. CRABILL
; V : r l
If you want to sell your farm,
list it with ine. I have buyers for
pool Gas?; county farms. T. II.
I'olhM'k, Catf-s hlk., Plattsmouth.
Buy your stationery at the
E. J. RICHEY, Plattsmouth, Nebr.
Drug Store Mcdies:
When a druggist makes a mistake in putting up
medicine it is not a laughing matter. Error has
no place in the pharmacist's vocabulary. We
crossed it out of ours at the start. No danger of
carrying home the wrong package.
Eflauzy Drug Company
and we are where?
..SVlid - Summer..
$2 to $5
Ask for Prices on re-Trimming
Only Depenclahle Goods.
r.an't look well, eat well, or feel
wi'll with impure Ploou. Keep ine
blood pure with Unrd'U-k Blood
Hitters. Eat simply, take exercise,
keep clean, ami iroo.l health is
prelfy sure to follow. s?l.(M) a
Letter files at the Journal office.
you buy here means jnst that
much good building. Your wife
cannot mate good bread with
poor flour, neither can you build
a good house unless you employ
rgood materials. For those ma
terials you will find it safe to
U come here. For, as we handle
only reliable building materials,
you stand no chance of getting
those you'll be sorry for.
We, the undersigned, aprroe toj
close our places of business at 0
p. in. excepting Saturday and
payday nights, through the
months of July and August. The
early closing will take effect on
July 1. (Signed.)
E. A. Wurl,
J. W. Oabill,
K. fl. Dovey & Sou,
fi. K. Wescott's Sons,
Falter & Thierolf,
Fanger Department Store,
1?. A. MrElwain,
Warga & Sell n Id ice,
Avard S. McLean.
Zurkweiler & Lulz.
THE LIGHTING COM
PANY HAS INSTALLED
ANOTHER ARC LIGHT
The electric light company lias
started preparations for the in
stalling the new electric arc light
which was ordered some weeks
ago by the city council for the
corner of Fifth and Main streets.
The liiiht has long been needed
there as it is ery dark on this
intersection when the lights in
the store fronts are put out at
night, and the persons coming
from the Air Dome or along Fifth
street find it very disagreeable,
indeed. ! gel along in the dark.
With this liuht and II ne moved
up from Hichey to Third street it
makes the main street of the city
much better-appearing than for
merly, as well as proves more
convenient to the persons travel
ing along the street at night.
Without a Rival.
It is hard to find many prepara
tions having no rival, but we can.
Willi prme. iioini lo inner
meriean Elixir of Hitter Wine,
whirh stands alone. It has many
imitations, but no real rival which
could show the same medicinal
qualities. People found this out
in a short time and since then re
ject the imitations. Triner's
American 7lixir of Hitter Wine is
a dependable medicine; it quickly
cleans out the intestines.
frengtliening it at the same time.
In many diseases of the stomach,
the liver and the intestines it is
without, a rival, because its action
is mild, painless, without any
iliscoiniori. Ai urug siores. .jos.
Triner, Manufacturer, 1 3.T3-1 33'.)
So. Ashland Ave., Chicago, III. For
stiff muscles and joints, for
rheumatism and neuralgia, for
swellings and sprains, try Trin
Mrs. S. X. Tyler and children of
Lincoln, who have been here for a
few days visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Marvev. returned to their home in
the capital city this afternoon.
County J ud '.re JJeeson and Mor
gan Waybright returned yester
day afternoon in the auto of the
judge's from Central City, where
they have been looking after some
business in court there. They
wouhl have returned Tuesday, but
ran into a rain storm at Mil ford
which made the roads impassable
for several hours.
Mrs. Jesse L. Hoot of Omaha
was in the city today for a few
hours, rnniiinir down from tier
home to purchase a few supplies
lor the household that can be pur
chased here in better shape than
in iMiiaha markets.
William lirantner and grand
daughter. Miss Janet Tlrantner,
came down this noon from their
home at Pender, Neb., to make a
short visit here with relatives and
Miss Marion Mauzy returned
oi i n last evening from Kearney,
Xeb., where she had been for a
short time visiting with her sis
ter. Mrs. T. J. Todd and family in
John Ewing came in this morn
ing from Hopkins, Missouri, and
will make a visit here for a few
days with his family at the Clans
This being the busy time
farmers and to give them a chance
to get their fireworks for
Fourth, will keep open, all
Saturday, July Uh.
Simon's Variety Store
We offer 50 pairs of
ladies and childrens
shoes, consisting of
all odds and ends
of the last year's
leave-overs a rare
bargain if you find,
a fit all go at per
MRS. HAN RAH AN, A FOR
MER PLATTSMOOTH LADY
DIES AT GRAND ISLAND
A message was received in this
city this morning by Mrs. M.
Whelan, bringing the sad news of
the death of her mother, Mrs.
Catherine Anne llanrahan, at the
home of her son, John llanrahan,
in (iraiid Island.
Mrs. llanrahan was a resident
of this city for a long period of
years and here her husband, Peter
llanrahan, passed away in May,
1;(S. and since that time she has
resided with her son at Grand Is
land, and during the last few
years has not been in the best of
Catherine Anna Hasselt was
born near Limerick, Ireland, and
when but a young girl came to
America, locating at Philadelphia,
where she was united in marriaue
a few years later to peter llanra
han. These worthy people came
to Nebraska in 1882, locating at
Plattsmouth, where they resided
until the death of the husband in
1908. There is left to mourn the
death of this good woman one son
and one daughter, John llanrahan
of (irand Island and Mrs. M.
Whelan of this city.
The body of Mrs. llanrahan will
be brought to this city this even
ing on No. 2 and will be taken to
the home of the daughter. The
funeral will be held Saturday
morning at 0:30 from St. John's
Homan Catholic: church and the
interment made in the Catholic
cemetery beside the body of the
AND FAMILY DEPART
FOR GRAND RAPIDS
.Tomorrow Ilev. 1). L. Dunkle
berger, wife ami daughter, Ruth,
and the baby depart for the east,
where Hev. 1 Hinkleberger has ac
cepted a call to one of the leading
churches of Grand Rapids,
Michigan. Mrs. Dunkleberger and
the children will visit for a time
in northern Indiana with rela
tives and friends. David will re
main here in this city, where he
is employed in the Burlington
shops, for the present at least.
The removal of Hev. Dunkleberg
er and family will be very much
regretted by a large circle, of
friends in this city, who, during
their residence here, have learn
ed to esteem them very highly.
The best wishes of these friends
will go with them in their new
Call telephone No. 400 for
guaranteed Garden Hose. Warga
T. II POLLOCK
Fire, Tornado and Auto
Si percent Farm Loans
OFFICE. COATES BLOCK.
The Republicans of Cass coun
ty, Nebraska, are called to meet
in delegate convention at. Louis
ville, in said county, on Wednes
day, July 15, 11)1 S, at 11 o'clock
a. m. for the purpose of selecting
sixteen delegates to the Repub
lican State Convention to be held
at Lincoln on July JS, and
for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come be
It is recommended that, at the
primary held to select delegates,
a member of the county central
committee be selected in each
ward and precinct subject to the
approval of the convention.
The primaries for the selection
of delegates shall be held on Sat
urday, July 11, tiliL at o'clock
p. in., at the usual voting place
in the several wards and pre
cincts. The basis of representation in
(his convention shall be one dele
gate for each ten votes, or major
fraction thereof cast for Grant
Martin for attorney general at the
general election held in Novem
The number of delegates from
the several wards and precincts
shall be as follows:
Eight Mile Grove 7
El in wood
Rock Mull's 1st
Rock Bluffs 2nd 3
Salt Creek 10
South Bend 7
Weeping Water precinct ...
. . IS
Weeping Water City
First ward 5
Second ward S
Third ward 3
It is recommended that there
be no proxies admitted to liiis
convention, but that the delegates
present cast (he entire vole of
their respective wards and pre
cincts. The candidates for the different
county offices are invited to be
present and make short talks. All
Republicans are invited to attend
and get acquainted. No one will
be seated as a delegate without
C. E. Noyes,
E. B. Taylor,
Republican County Central
A FINE IMPROVEMENT
FOR PERKINS HOUSE
NOW BEING BUILT
The steel' work on (he new
veranda that is being placed on
the front of the Perkins House by
John Cory, the proprietor, was
completed yesterday and the work
of finishing up the job and placing
of (he concrete top on the veranda
will be started as soon as possible.
The veranda stands some seven
teen feet above the sidewalk and is
supported by sleel piers, while the
cross sections are imbedded in
the walls of the building itself,
making it absolutely safe. It is
twenty-two feet wide, covering the
entire front of (he office of the
building and covers some twenty
feet to the edge of the walk. It
will add greatly to the appearance
of the building and will be found
a most pleasant spot on hot days
to rest. The hotel building
looks very fine with the new addi
tion and Mr. Cory is (o be con
gratulated on his enterprise in
putting on the veranda.
Our store will close at noon on
Saturday, July ith.
Zuckwciler & Lutz.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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1. It. Mt'i.-inp.M- was aiming tin
visitors in (he cily strd;:y.
('lining in f loiik after sm!:m
matters nf business for a few
Miss Mary Ilo.!ly n Xi-braska
Cilv is hei-t fr a !' v days. briMLr
a in'-t of Conn iy SupiMinteTident
Miss Marv K. 1'o-li'r ovei t he
i To Enlm Hooin
We are having a few exceptionally good bargains in la
dies' Shirt Waists. These waists are all of late design
and made of the cew materials in either the all white
or flowered designs. Their usual price has ben $1.23 and
$1.50, but we are closing them out at
$1.00 and S1.19
They will not last long since we have only a few on hand
Last week we received a sample shipment of ready-made
skirts, in blue, black and white check, and white crepe.
You will find these skirts of good quality, and splendid
workmanship and style.
We should also like to call your attention to the fact
that we carry a complete assortment of all-over aprons,
house dresses, kimonas, dressing sacques, and children's
rompers and dresses. Phone 53 or 54.
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THE DAYLIGHT STORE
Our Eolls and
Let Our Wagon
For Infants and Children.
ha Kind You Have
TMC CKNTAUH COKMNT, new tor city
Wash A. Young v;h a pa--senui'i'
tlii Hi"; n inir for nmaha,
whei'e in :!; called lo attend to
.-ome uiall' i's of iiiiines for a
Charles I'eacock relucned yes-
:-(iav from 1 1 i'uin ille. Mi--
I soiiri. wlien he had been for a
! f . v da s i-il iau- wit h relat ive in
for Fall Waisfs !
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Bbos Taste Fine!
Just Pure Milk. Take Omar's
Word For It.
And lately, by the bakery door
Came thinint? through the dusk a
Hearinf; a vessel in his hand, a nl
Ho bid me taste of it; t'was not- tiia
We use good pure milk in
our mixing. You should Ly
all means have us deliver reg
ularly our rolls or buns or
Saves time and fretting at
It'll please the men folk,
madam. Try and see.
Stop at Once!
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