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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
Rez. U. S. Pat. Off.
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Fl? FF Full-Sized Pktra4.
Toilet Specialties at OUR
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TOILET SPECIALTIES WEEK AUG. 22 to 29
VelTetin Toilet Good are different from other became of the Vel
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"The Velvelina Way is to Keep Old Age Away
So that you may know Velvetina Goods are all we claim for
them, we will, during this week, pve FULL-SIZED PACK
AGES OF VELVETINA TOILET SPECIALTIES with each
purchase as shown to complete combinations.
FREE ONE VELVETINA COMPLEXION SOAP, 25c, with every pur
chase of Velvetina Massage, 50c
Combination for cse at night. Removes all dirt, impurities, wrinkles, etc.
FREE ONE VELVETINA FACE POWDER, 35c, with every purchase of
Velvetina Vanishing Cream, 50c
Combination for use in moraine as a dressinc. Protects delicate skins
from summer's sua axid wind.
These four articles complete Velvetina System Combination No. 1 a sat-,
isfaction-giving. positive result-giving combination to be had in no other way;
economy even at regular prices. Daring this week all for $1.00.
Three Other Big Free Combinations
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Write for Free Illustrated bock on Rectal
Diseases and testimonials of hundreds of
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DR. E. R. TARRY - 240 Bee Bids., Omaha, Neb.
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From Tuesday's Cany.
Roi.eri Wohlfarth J. 'parte this
in' truing fr Omaha, whtTu he was
called to look after some matters
of business for the day iu that
EJ Runiinoll came in this morn
inir from his farm in the precincL
to speiiil a f'v hours hero In.k
i nr after som. trading with the
1'. P. and Vilas Sh-I.i -a of Ne
huuka motored up ;l evening
from their h-'ines and spent sev
eral hours here looking after some
matters of business.
Forest H. r.unninhuni of Ne
hawka was here yesterday after
noun for a few hours looking atter
the windup of his campaign for
slierilV on the republican ticket.
Kd Roman, who lias ! en spend
ing hi vaeation in the Ulack Hills
with relatives and friends, return
ed home last ev niiipr and this
morning was a pasen-er for the
Charles L. leaves eame c; last
eninir from I.'nion and spent
several hours here looking aftei
his interests in the raec for coun
ty jude, as well a vis-itinir with
Mis Virginia Yau::h of Lin
coln, who has been visit inu' at the
i. 1. Farley home as a puet of
Mists i:dith and Helen Farley,
departed this niuinin-' fur her
Miss Minnie Skinner of Lincoln,
who has be. m here f. r the pa(
few weeks isitintr at the home t.l"
her aunt, Mr-. A. T. Fit I, ret Li ned
i her home in the -late capital
this morning on the early JUir
Mrs. Fred Knpelkemeier ami
daughter. Miss Roe, were anion?
the passentreis this morning- for
ninaliH, where they will visit for
the day Iookinir after -ome mat
ters of bu-dne-s.
W. F. (;iile-pie came in this
omrnin? from Mynanj and was a
pa-e;ii:er on the early Uurliimlon
train for Omaha, where he ?es to
secure sonii- supplies for the
eleator at Mynard.
Mrs. Margaret Mumm departed
this jinu'iiingr for Jlelleville. Kan
sas, where -he will visit her
daughter, Mrs. .lames i)oi?, for a
.-hort time. Her daughter, Mrs.
Larson, accompanied her as far
Mrs. Henry 1. nuVr and lit
tle daughter, Harriett, who hao
been here for some time visitin'-r
at the home of Mrs. Snyder's
aunt, Mrs. Jora Moore, departed
la-t evening for their home.
Mrs. Fred l.biner, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Mote and William
Sterner of plainx iew, Neb., motor
ed down Sunday from their homes
and are i-itin? here for a short
time at the home of Mrs. Fmma
Weid -man and family.
Mrs. J. F. McDaniel and daugh
ter, Mi-s Fllen JJell, who have
been spending the past three
months in Seattle, Washington,
at the home of their daughter and
sister, Mr-. Virginia Allen, re
turned home last evening on X".
2. They greatly enjoyed the visit
there and it is needless to say that
their return was the occasion of
much rejoicing on the part of Mr.
From Wecliii'sday's Dally.
Theodore Lister, who lias been
isitin.tr at Hrainard, Neb., for the
past few days, came in last evening-
on No. 2.
Mrs. V. S. Sharp came in this
morning from Omaha for a short
visit here with relatives and
friends in this city.
L. V. McVey and family of near
Union were in the city yesterday
MJK W nTA IWt merely y,-.J
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lYiTfi' -4 The men who have made X
1 l&?ttZT&C?eV their nark believed in
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Til 018 0 i Kt rerp c- f r ends -
Even their own towns-
fair.il!es didn t t:ike
the bc,:inn:niT. Hut thev
.crioiisly! And that s wtiy
they w luiLivh-.g men successiul women.
You b.nv: 'V."!-..it chance have I hrrr" Vou
al:: "VVI:cret I achieve my ambitions.'
OMAHA Offers You tbe Best Opportunities
Omaha is a fir's :tv that is constantly crowing bicrrer. It is eascr to employ
mnrc energetic younj men and yorr.: women who come from small cities and
farms. It nerds thousands more ot them. needs you. liut it expects you to
Offers You the BEST Training to Make the Host of Opportunities
10.000 successful yotmjr ttch r. yourff wot.co
graduated tram Boyles Ccl'.ctro in the last 10 years.
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Writs frthe Yer Tor todav. It
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Official TnmiTir S-hnol for Ucioo
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COLLEGE I I
omkA-ijoumcM. aujrra LaJ
for a few hours looking after
some trading with the merchants.
John tiroup of Louisville came
in this morning to deliver the bal
lots to the office of the county
T. W. Vallery eame iu this
morning from the precinct, bringing-
in the primary election re
turns. Attorney C. E. TefTt of Weeping
Water was in the c ity today for a
few liours looking after some
matters of business in county
Lafe Scott and wife came hut
this afternoon from their home at
l'acilie Junction to attend to some
matters of business for a few
hours. W. S. Wetenkamp was a pas
senger this niornmg for Omaha,
where he will spend the day at
tending to some business matters
R. C Uailey, the Maple Orove
blacksmith, was a visitor in the
metropolis yesterday for a few
hours, returning to this city on
No. lat evening.
1j. V. ('openhaver and wife were
in the metropolis today for' a few
hours, where they were called to
look after some matters, of busi
ness in that city.
J5. ". Wiles and son, Marley,
werL among the passengers this
morning for Omaha, where they
go to isit for a few hours with
friends in thnt city.
Mrs. Myrtle Mark was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
where she will vi-ut for a few
hours with Mrs. (Jeorge lU-ngeu
at the hospital iu that city.
Joseph C ZimmeTcr and Mr.
Molir of Avoea were here la-l
evening' for ;i few hours isitin
with their friends and looking al
ter .-orne matters of bu-i:ies.
.Mrs. Frank Slavaeek a ad
daughter-s. Helen and Agnes, were
among the passengers this morn
ing for the metropolis, where they
go to i-dt for the day in that city.
Oeoi-ge Slander came in thi
nio'-ning fr om his farm home near
thi city and was a passenger on
the i-arly Iturlington train for
Omaha, where he will viii for the
Mrs. A. J. Ingalls of Aiapah-e,
Neb., who has been her.' visiting
at the home of F. W. Flliott and
famih, returned this uiirning to
her Innne in tin western part of
.Mrs. J. II. MeMaken and daugh
ter were among the passenger's
Ibis morning for the metropolis,
where they will visit for a few
liours b'oking ;ifl r- some ilem-; of
Miss Iiora Will was a passenger
this morning for Lincoln, where
she will visit, her sister, Mrs.
Wade Windham, for a few days.,
and they will I lien go to Colorado
for a short visit there with a
Mrs. August b rder was a. pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
where she will visit f"r the day in
that idly with relatives and
friends, going to that city on the
early Burlington train this morning.
Mrs. J. M. Patterson of Union
came up this morning from her
home and was a passenger on the
earlv Burlington train for Oma
ha, where she will spend the l;i"
looking after some matters of
Elmer Pritchard and family of
Lawrence. Iowa, motored over this
morning from their home to visit
here with Mont Robh ami family
for a short time. Mr. Pritchard
and family resided in this county
some lifleen year s ago near Union.
Mrs. J. C Theygson and son of
Nebraska City, who have been here
for a few days visiting aj, the A.
W. While home, in company with
Mrs. J. A. Donelan and daughter.
Miss Margaret. departed this
moring for Cedar Rapids, Neb.,
for a visit, with their sister, Mrs.
Frank Burgess and family.
) , m frnirtfrF- 1 I"' 111 Mill
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH ME. I
have buyers for good Cass Co.
land. T. H. Pollock, Platts
mouth. Tel. 215.
FOR F.ST ROSF Best flour on
the market. Sold by all leading
Worsted Dress Goods!
We are showing forty-five pieces
woolen dress goods the newest for
Fall. If you are interested in the
new goods, call and look them over.
All of these goods sell at 60c, 75c,
85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50 per yard-
are full shrunk. We are also show
ing a full line of dress silk and silk
Zuckweiler & Lutz
CJ30NE SOLID WEEK
III I pyT ""Ml kmwpiy
i r I mt n ii ,'f"t'tmi:Hf 'irm'ilnmim ii ' b L. X
&a 0 llli
a ii ii ii i! r i
f y re Playsr3aglh)-!ass Vaudeville
Entire Change of Program Each Night!
One Big Week at People's Popular Prices
10 AMD 20c NO, HIGHER!
In case of rain or stormy weather the evening perfor
mance will be given at the Parmele Theatre.
Plays to be presented:
Monday The 4-act Southern Comedy Drama "Her Le
Tuesday The big comedy drama "The Two Sisters"
Wednesday Mary J. Holmes' Novel "Lena Rivers."
Thursday The Western Feature Play "The Whirlpool.'
Friday Augusta J. Evans' Novel St. Elmo.
Saturday The Funny Farce Comedy Married Life.
SAO SCENES ATTHE END
Prelate Said Word of Vatican
Once Gould Slay Slaughter.
BUT THE PQPE NOW IMPOTENT
Fatal Illness of Pontiff Precipi
tated by War.
POPE PIUS X.
f Giuseppe Sarto, 78 years old,
4. Eorn at Riese, June 2, 1335.
Educated at Diocesan Seminary
of Padus. .j.
Ordained a priest 1S58. J
4 Became episcopal chancellor of
S Later spiritual director and ex-?"
. . . -A
.isminer in seminary, and vicar of,
vthe Chapter of Treviso cathedral.
Bishop of Mantua from 1S84 to
Cardinal and patriarch of Ven-.
ice 1S93 to August, 13C3. j
4 Consecrated Pope Pius X. Au-4
Koine, Aug. 0. Pope Pius X. died
at o'clock this morning. He had
been ill for several days, but alarming
symptoms did not develop until Wed
Throughout the day Drs. Marchia
ru and Amici devoted their utmost
energies to stimulating their patient
and Keeping him alive. The cardinals
were no:ified of the pope's grave con
dition and some of them who entered
the sick room describe the impressive
and heartrending scenes, especially
when the pontiff, rousing himself from
time to time, spoke.
Once he said: "In ancient times,
the pope, by a word, might have
stayed the slaughter, hut now he is
Extreme unction was administered
by Mgr. Zampini, sacristin to the
pope, amid a most touching scene.
The sisters of the i ope and his niece
were overcome with grief. Cardinal
Merry Del Va! knelt by the side of his
bed, where other cardim'ls joined him,
the members of the household inton
ing prayers. The dying pope, in a mo
ment of lucidity, said:
"Now I begin to think as the end
s appioaching that the Almighty, in
lis inexhaustible goodness, wishes tc
spare rnc the horrors Europe is under
going." Grieved Over War.
Grief over the war in Europe caused
the pope much depression from the
first outbreak and several days age
symptoms appeared of the old bron
chial aCectioiu from which, the pontifl
NET TO PROTECT BATTLESHIP
This net. held in place by booms, is designed to
It extends far below the surface of the -water and
prevent the destruction of a war vessel by torpedoes or mmei
Is kept in place at all times when danger threatens.
had suffered" in times past.
Tuesday Dr. Marchiafava announced
that the pope was suffering from a
simrle told and that possibly complete
rest for a week would restore him tc
his usual health. The bronchial con
dition spread, however, and on Wed
nesday it was announced that the
pope's condition was serious.
r.r. Marchiafava said that nothin?
in the morning had indicated the
crave crisis, which had come on rap
idly. Dr. Amici explained that thf
sudden collapse was due to the pon
tiff's age and the gouty affection which
always accompany bronchial catarrh
of an acute nature.
Pope's Successor Italian.
Two things may be put down as set
.1. T. Reynolds of Union was in
the i-ity yesterday for a few
hours, liavinp: came up with the
eleiMion returns of Liberty ire-cinef.
Tyewriter ribbons at the Jour
iess ysr o
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We have just received from the Royal Society people
the latest and newest things in needlework, among
them being the two attractive
cuts here shown.
to&wcrf goods stand for
QUALITT, and their colored
embroidery flosses are guaran
teed to be absolutely fast to
You would be pleased with
our assortment of stamped
hemstitched pillow cases.
We wish to announce that
our new art needlework cata
logue has just arrived, and.
anything you may desire to
have which we do not have in
stock we will be pleased to
H- Ell. SOENNOCHSEN
Phones 53 and 54.
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