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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1914)
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1914.
I THE STANDING OF THE CONTESTANTS IS PUBLISHED IN THIS ISSUE H
taA in iir'ii'M
PLATTSIYIOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Our Dry Goods
will offer you regular 35c turkish towels at
23c only two towels to each purchaser and
strictly cash. In addition we will offer you
regular S1.25 and $1.50 house dresses at
SI. 09 and $1.2i. We have left a few chil
dren's dresses that we do not wish to carry
through the winter, and will ofler you $1.25
values at 98c; 75c values at 59c and 50c
values at 39c. Also a few ladies' dresses
sacques, regular 50c value for 39c.
There are but two more Saturdays before the final
close of our Piano Contest which will take place on Wed
nesday, Sept. 30th. To give you an opportunity of assist
ing your friend in the contest, we are offering on this com
ing Saturday, Sept. 19, a few rare bargains that will be
money savers for you.
With every $10.00 cash purchase, we will give you a
guaranteed Aluminum lipped sauce pan, samples of which
may be seen on display in our window
In addition to everything to be had in
the market in the way of fresh fruits and
vegetables, our grocery department will have
a special discount on canned and bottled
goods. These are the very best of goods and
Avell worth your consideration.
Do not forget that on Saturday you will
receive double your money's worth in
coupons with every cash puschase, payment
made on account, or produce brought in.
or 54 q
- - .g i
The Daylight Store LJ
A. S. WILL RETURNS
HOME FROM A TRIP
TO OLD MEXICO
Goes to Attend Conference.
Last evening A. S. Will return
ed li m- fniii a trip nf .-f t;i1
week int Mexico w I j if In bik-
l alter Jiis business interests
there. Mr. Will was in tin stale
.f Sciii.ia principally and found
that lli' wars of the past Vv
-ars in which this slab' has
n in the Indbed. lias had a
nio-t i-tr'ssimr eiTect upon the
business of lh' rmiiilry, as Hut'
l- always an uncei i a inly as to
what lli' n't nio' will 1' anions
th' inhabitants of the country ami
until a stable government is
established there, this condi
ti.n will continue to exist. Mr.
Will was interested in mines in
that .-tat i', hut for tin' past two
':r- it has been inipossilil' to io
lilt I work, i hi t if th' pr's'iit gov
ernment is alii to pacify tin'
Mexicans it will allow t li country
to 1 p-n-l up for foreign in-
.--ttis who will develop the great
i e-oii i . Swop' Will, a brother
of A. S., j-; In-re to pay him a visit
i-oiiiimr from his home at Enid,
iiklahonia. and -lopped here en-
loiile to his old home in Virginia.!
ami after a short slay in this
t-it v will continue on his way
Rev. V. M. Dniliner. pastor of
the First Methodist church of
this city, departed yesterday for
Lincoln t attend the annual con
ference of the church and stopped
off in Omaha for a few hours to
iii his sou Tracy at the
Methodist hospital. where the
oiinu man is i:i'l I injr along nicely.
The conference al its session will
assign Hie pastors of the dilVerciil
churches fop the ensuing year,
and I he residents of this city are
all ery anxious to see that llev.
lU-nUme is returned here as he
lias made himself very popular
not only with his church meni-1-ership.
hut with the citizens in
general and his return would re
sult greatly in strengthening his
EARLY MORNING WED
DING AT ST. JOHN'S
I my prices on Corrn-raed
Hoofing and Steel Tanks before
living el-ew here or seinlinir aw ay
from home. W. T. Richardson.
Myiiard. Neb. -! l-wsdvV.w
Accid-nts will happen, but the
be-I regulated families keep ;.
'I homas' F.cleclic oil for such
emergencies. Two sizes, 2 and
rc at all sloies.
This morning al SI. John's
Roman Catholic chui'ch occured
the marriage of Mr. William
Leddy of South Hen.l and Miss
Sophia Sieczkowski, f this city.
The nuptial mass of the church
was performed by Rev. Father M.
A. shim-, rccior of the church who
pronounced the solomn and im
pressive ceremony that made the
two loving hearts as one. and with
the beautiful service of the church
made Hi -casiou one of the
greatest in iinpressivness. There
were a large number of the
friends and relatives present at
the church to witness the liup
lials of these Iwo young people.
The bride and gToom were at
tended by Mr. Frank Sieczkowski
brother of the bride as best man
and .Miss Julia Conway as brides
maid. The bride was most.
Ceivfiely Oj? Oar
-r mm m a
d Did vou ever miss a train?
Ci Or Have vou ever missed an engagement?
CJ Because your watch or clock was not
keeping correct time. Bring the watch or
clock to us. We make sick timepieces well.
Miss Augusta Mengedoht
VIOLINIST and SOLOIST
SATURDAY Woodman Hall
charmingly frowned in pure white
silk ami wore the buifr Mowing
bridal xeil which was held in
place with a wreath of myrtle and
ordanjre blossoms. Following the
ceremony the weddiiifr parly drove
to the home of the bride's parents
in the south part of lb? city
where a reception was held. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Sieczkowski of this
citv and has resided here for the
irreater part of her lifetime, and
has made a host of warm friends
who will join in wishing her suc
cess ami happiness. The frroom is
a prosperous younir farmer of
near South Ilend. and is a ynuiii:
man of the highest character and
standing and Nho in his home is
known and esteemed by a lari:e
circle of friends.
THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTED
TO THE GERMAN-AUSTRIA
JOHTO W. CJRABIJLL
The list of those eont ribut intr
to the i iernian-Aust rian relief
fund for the widows and orphans
created bv the European war as
can be seen from the list below
is frradually frrowinfr and the re
latives and friends here of those
in the unfortunate warring
countries across the sea are re
sponding liberally to I he cause;
Plaits mouth Turn -Verei n, s l ()(. hi
Henry Kaufmaiin 10.00
Carl i. Fricke lii.no
William PohJmann lo.oo
R. Ramsel r.00
William Hudif? r.oo
II. M. Soeiinichen 5.00
Henry R. (ieriiifr H.OO
(leru-fre Schanz H.oo
J. II. Tains 5.00
Hen IJeckinann 5.00
M. Ilausladen 5.00
Hans Seivers .1.00
A. Roessler 2.50
Karl Roessler 2.50
Frank Schukinier 2.00
S. Peter Madsen 1.00
Louie Dose l.oo
Mrs. Ploefrer 1.00
Herman Weis 1.00
John Kopp . l .oo
Louis Kisslinf? 1.00
Mrs. Paul lierinfr 1.00
Mrs. Kda Ilerold 1.00
Miss Mia deriiifr 1.00
Miss Harbara (ieriiifr .... 1.00
r.udwifr Miller 1.00
Adam Heil 50
Joseph F. Tubbs 50
John M. Kaffenberfrer .... 50
Fred Ramge 50
J. G. Delzell, Denver .... 50
Paper Bound Directories.
The Journal has about fifty of
the recently published city
directories, bound in paper, that
we offer, as long as they last, al
50 cents each. This is a very
reasonable price, and they will no
doubt sell quite rapidly.
MARSHAL SEYBERT OF
LOUISVILLE BRINGS MAN
CHARGED WITH ROBERY
Marshal ('.. M. Sebei l of Louis
ville was in the city today for a
few-hours coming down to look
after some matters in connection
with the rohhinir of one John
Stickler, an obi gentleman livin;-:
in that place. The trouble occur
red last nilil and the marshal in
company with the man assaulted,
made a tour of the town and
Stickler finally picked mi a man
whom he thought was the parly,
but all circumstances point In his
beiiifr mistaken, as the man
whom he had arrested was seen in
a different place at the time the
robbery was supposed to hae
been committed. The man who was
identified by Stickler is an un
fortunate one as he has been in
troubble before, but has apparent
ly straiuhtned up ami is quite in
dustrious citizen now, ami the
general sentiment there .seems to
be that he js the victim of either
mistaken idenity or a '"frame up"
on the part of some persons who
hail it in for him. The case will
be heard tomorrow' before Jmlfre
THE PIANO CONTEST AT
H. M. SOENNICHSEN'S
WILL SOON END
lielow is the list of Iho con
testants now runniirr in the piano
contest conducted by II. M. Soi-li-ichseii.
All thos- 1 1 I I i 1 1 lt coupons
will pb-ase see that they are re
gistered oj- L:i'l to the proper
person before September lioth. o
coupons will accepted after thai
date, I In contest expires al
p. in. Wednesday, September ,'JOth.
Isabel Richey's Writings.
We have a number nf books of
the writings of the lale Mrs. Isa
bel Richey, and friends desiriiifr
a copy of these lale wrilinirs can
procure them at the Journal for
Try the Journal for stationery.
i 'hrist iau '.hurch . . .
Very ie I '.ampbell . . .
Mable Ledyeway . . .
Josie Shebal ka . . . .
iladys Cot hit . . . .
l!.i'-dil Croskary . . .
.Mrs. n. i:. Waiiidci
Presb;. I erian church
Cosmopolitan C.lult .
Mrs. i:. Moreland . .
l ied KalVenberyer . .
Lm ile Kiser
Caroline Lahoiia . .
Mrs. Jno. McCee . . .
Mrs. Wm. Cira itt, . .
Hei l ha Schubich . . .
Mrs. Jus Keil
Mrs. Philip lliiz
Mrs. Wm. Simons . .
I . o r. jr.
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GARNET COREY ENTER
TAIN QUEEN ESTHERS
The Olieen Fsl he;1 society of
tin- Methodist church were enter
tained in a ino( charmiiiLT man
ner nil Tuesday exeiiinir by Miss
ses (iariiet and Florence Cory al
the parlors of the Perkins house.
It i unnecessary In stale Dial the
jolly crowd e'ljoM iI themselves as
is alwas a rare treat to be en
icrtainc by the Misses Cory and
on Ibis occasion they proved to
he most delightful llo-lesSi'S. The
eveiiiuu was spent in pleasant
coiiM-rsat ion and in ilisciissintr
lh' plans of th- society for the
coininir year. At a suitable hour
a niot leniptiny and delicious re
freshments were served by the
hostesses that sered to further
ald to the pleasures of the mem
bers of the society. It was a late
hour when the parly departed
homeward wishinir thai they
miyh! be present n many more
such happy event-;. The Oueen
Fslln-rs i. a missionary society of
th- Methodist church under the
ilireclion of Mrs. . c. 1 1 j 1 1 and
their social yalhcriniis aid yreatly
in I heir church work.
Will preach at Cedar Creek.
Rev. Swart, of Omaha, will
preach in Cedar ('reek Sunday,
September 2oth, both morning
and eveniiifr. He will preach in
the Cernian lanyuape at the
uiorniiifr service at lo:;;o, and in
Fnyli-h at the eveniiifr service at
Itch. Itch! Itch Scratch!
Scratch! Scratch! The more you
scratch, the worse the itch. Try
I loan's (liniment. For eczema, any
kiu ilchiiiir. 5n- a bov.
Have Located at Des Moines.
iTiends here have received
word from Mr. nod Mrs. J. L
Richey jiiformiiiir them thai the
Richey family have located at lies
Moines, where Mr. Richey is ein
jdoyed ami that they expect to
start hoiisekeepintr in a short
time there. This will be pleasimr
ii'-ws to the friends of the yoiuifr
people who trust thai they may
enji y unbounded jirospei'ily in
their new home.
Sell your property through the
Journal Want Ads.
A healthy man is a kiiifr in his
own riuhl; an unhealthy man an
unhappy slave. For impure blood
and slufi'fiish liver use JIurock
ltlood Hitlers. On tin; market 37,
vears. $ 1 .00 a bottle.
Try the Journal for stationery.
verlisin;? in tho Journal.
Users say that it is. the ideal,
perfect laxitive drink. M. J. Per
kins, Creen T.av. Wis., says: "I
have used pills, oils, salt?, etc.,
but were all disagreeable and un
sal isfacloi y. In Cilrolax I have
found the ideal laxative drink."
For sick headache, sour stomach,
lazy liver, eonuesled bowels, Cit
rolax is ideal. For sale by oil
-Fanger's Big Dissolution Sale-
Continues and Still Contains the Biggest
Bargains of the Season!
The opening day of our big sale last Saturday was sure a hummer, and while the rainy weather kept
many of the farmers at home, our store was crowded all day long, and many of the bargains were snapped
up by the careful buyers. The lines are yet comparatively unbroken, and the sale will continue from day to
day with the same great cut prices prevailing, until the entire stock is reduced sufficiently to meet the de
mands for which this sale was placed on. We want the week-end purchaser to call next Saturday and ex
amine this excellent line of goods, and you will be convinced that we are offering the bargains of the year.
Calicos, worth 7c,
during this sale at,
Misses and Children's
Dresses, worth up to a
S1.00, for 40 and
10 yards of Un
and so on all through this great stock you will find just such bargains in air Departments. -Everything is
marked in plain figures. Call NOW, while the line is at its best.
Fanger's Department Store,
V. ZUCKER Manager - - - - - Plattsmouth, Neb.
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