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THUP.SDVT, DECEMBER 10, 1914.
PLATTSM OUTTI SEMI-WTEKLY JOURNAL
5. j in Kis nose. He thinks
' permanent relief.
s he has secured
r75 5W W 3 f5 5 .75 y
v. ,y.. ,ir J?b -v i iv iw iv Jv Sv dyO fv rv sv u W
i Rhir."hart Ketellhat has put in a
55 Pi SPLAY A
ALE OF USEFUL EFTS
subcardial earn on the branch near
$i ,h;s i lace and will have a tine pond to
te ir -
Kijrht now is the time for you to come
in and look i."ei our raw to:v: of
which has just l.een complete;!, and wo
are nadv to ou f.I! out '.our ii-t.
Our he!eri;.-.n is" well vai led with hi rh
srix.Kis prices suit every packet book
ju dity always tl.e dominant jV.it'.ire.
Our sfovk consists of
Traveling Cases Cir; us
Man icure Set Razors
Pariy '..ses Mirrors
Si : .t i '.(. :".' Lie.
U i jruther ice from this winter. He
rj keeps it skimmed so there will be no
ft j leaves to freer.o in the ice.
Will Sehlh-htemier and family, ac
companied by Fiank, motored in his
iilnevv Chartercar to Crete, where they
! visited with an uncle, returning Sim-
Jjaay afternoon. The trip was made m
't'loo i time and Will is more in love
h I t 1 . 1 1 I . 1. I tl lii I . . V. VCll..".-..
9 We understand Mr. Mary Ketch,
fcj (living ir. the Bruce Stor.e house across
Itjithe creek, was married before the
! count v ia.'.j;-? at Nvbra-ha City Ti.es
! . " ' - "
v-ioav tj thanes liali.r.way ot Ln.on.
g M:v. Ketih, who owns, a forty-acre
E'farm south of town, has lived in Ne
) 1 I. aw !-.:. for the h;t four years, and is
W ar. estimable ladv v. ho has the best
s in this
fc ! wi.-res of a ho t of fri
i t .
T FOR kidneys
)ur n:i- f
.ri.-dun Ivory is ei.-nph-te
tl.e l..osi in'.- ::r.s.
X j I. J. T. P. Nea!. Greenville, South
K j Ca-olina. says that in his :o years of
5 ! yp:-' ic-nce he has found no prepnra
f j tiov. for th? ki(ineys e.yjr.l to I'ob y
f , Kidr.rv Pi::-. In ."Co and S!.0" .
l isi '.es. Pest vo i en t-uv for backache
G. FRICKE &
For ale bv a'.! drucrtrists.
Con l ie-.
V KEIMNCr VATEII.
to H". "."L- 21-tO o
v i'.i'ol. and !
if an 1 his I A hoy wp s born to Mr. and Mrs.
T I . . '! '1 1 I .1
join' ai'il o . tTiaiei ..
j J. R. Xoycs went to Omaha Ti.es
1 (!uv to const' It an oculist, as he has
, -v.-oui i
- : we a .
-r One of the twin -:: of Mr. an 1 ; heen having trouh.e with his eyes.
Pov Co:.::-a:i was severe! v I '.rs. iayior v iSon was cai.e.l to
. I S.
fleorcre Tirr.b'.in lost a vai'jn.i.e
hor-e with tr.e corn sta.a ciisea
"l:o: t time ao. I' a :n.f r- a; e st:''
ir.tr ho.'s with cho'era in this vicii
Mis. dr.. ver Wills an
ran is i.rd face one dav
'a-t --;:. "o: -. Co.trr.an was er.-ry- : h : .-e:hi:s
u r i ........ . . . i i . ' ' : t Y
jr... ' in.: a i. i'i ::.'. jv..n'.-r ij i ..i . - -
i when a r iec bi-oi e from the di-h.i n . P. thrum
! rrc ioiiati: the hot vui-'-t aires onto I daual.te:
r-tuir.e I f-.: of th. lit Jo one. ! Pd-:yv
ate ! that tlte bu-i
Meb , last we k n accot.!it of
ness of her m-.-Jier, Mi
Nice, larpe line to choose from:
Pillows, front and back,
v ith (. skeins of silk and
lesson fcheet. all for 2."c
Library -...: fs. x :ih
skeins of siik and lesson
.'hoet. for 50c
Stamped Ouest Towels, ea..25c
Fiamjed Pillow Cases, per
j ai-, GOc and 50c
Slipper and Laundry Paps,
at 12 ."c and ,"0c
Pichardson's Grecian Era-
broidery Floss, .Skein Ac
Peri-Lvsta Embroicery Cot
t - : r. a 1 i.r line of Mercer
ised Crochet Cotton.
for Christmas Packages
. . cm
Ho'dy and Merry Xmas Ribbons,
in o-yard boits. per bolt lCc
All the r.cw fancy Ribbons, such as
Plack and White Stripe, Romaii
Stripes and flowered Ribbons, nt,
per yard 2"c, 3.".c and -10c
Moire or WatereJ Ribbon, in the
vi.ie width, per yard .'!."c and 40c
V V -
v J ).
Display of Handkerchiefs! Gift Hosiery!
.-.r. A. K'juse ot ; , ,
i r. i o.atr.-.an
:a. sTient Sunday ; .. . . ..
I - c. t wt.t.i:'- liiil'.
i ;.irs. ii- ..ert Katnour. 1 . e ,
i viTy j aii:fu!
Ami: k has been havinr a1
Ntb., for a tn da
ci ' . i . ' i.i . i
irrto with a ca:'ou;.kle r.n th
:1s neck. He hasn't loon out
of the ho;;.-" for ov
M a, .-:- or.:
bei- of the o
i to attend a
nar '.e-v (if the
He is the only mem
r lie: e of that ic-j't t e.
V . .
visit with r.-'.atives and. friends,
j Pari P. at r.t came down from
iC've-woo.i and had his hour -hold
i' -.o -- . ' : red ta that place Mon itty.
as n t orrrsancnt ro.-:tion tnero a-
: .:! tor for the Put iinrt"?'.
I"t.rt(.f!:cc Inspector Cobbe i:'
pecte.l the Louisville po-tof!'re Wcd
. ... y and found tl.e o.Tre in cr.ccl
condlt 'uri and c rrt;''imcnted Po-t-
You will tind on display a
na.st varied line of Handker
chiefs for Mo::. Women and
Ch:!drcn. Ore?, two. three, four
or six in fancy Holiday F.oxes,
at irr-st reasonable prict s
O. e in a bo:.-,
at '". PV, 15c and 2."c
Two in a box,
at ..K'c, I.lc 20c, 2 ."ir. .0c, 0c
Th:ee hi a b -x,
at l."'. 20c. 2."c. .10c. f.Oc
Pour in a l ux. at tiOc. T,c, S" 1 .) L
Six in a b; ::. at SI and $1..V
Most of the ilan Iket chiefs
all !in:n this year, :'-.,? val-
u: -- 10c to 2."c
luti's and Women's Initialed
Harukerchiefs at ..15c and 25c
Corner 6th and Main St.,
A jiractital pift at d. always
oej.ta; !e to ;.!io;-.e, your;- -! .
Citt Poxes if d-.-lred.
Except io:. a! values nv- r.;T. 1
1 e'-' in pure thread Siik H -o
for V,.m n, at, pi r pair. .....
V f ' : III. iT-r-i
Fibre Silk lb.
a i . . c, '.",
Cau?e I .:!- Ilo-t- th.it wc.r
four j : -s i-i ;i : i-.-ara: I
f o r month.s, S '. .(5, ; pair "c
Men's Tj:, f-:; a e, !',:.! n h-ci a 1
f c; cohns. p. '-..'. tan auo ! ';... 1..
i wo pairs for 2":
Li: le or SdK ll.iif Ib-.-e.
i : -ic
ftM 0 PI
11 coin;-; T.or pai"
- ;c"ir r" &fcS toT sSSiS VA5 As; nHWJ W i --
- can.-tUntc-t the stote. Mr-. Tool's traveiin- salesmen 1 ttrfcT2rfff
t rn 1 1 n
hbrh'v on th
I me I.
: ( r.d.t;''n in which he f.
Geortre M:-D?rmaid of Wentacheo. : r.,-vc cf office.
1 the af- ;
business Monday r.iht we understand
on account cf the hich revenue tax on
picture shows which went into effect
Pec ember 1.
here this week visit-
o: k C'"
are sebmir a number of stoves j
Lev.. Save your coupons for the contest- j
r old friends and rel
The direc'orc t)f the Platte River i o
i Pride"e company held a meetir.'r z.i i (.
Kirkpatrick returned i the of.'.cc
j Mr. and M
.Mrs. . ii. i or-.izcr i- inv: a -
, . u Jn, Guv and fumdv.
verc sie-e o: vvhoonuic couch. As
she is seveutv-one wars old this al- Clarence Fle.hman
vhoopir.- couL-ii is a chih'.'s malady.
Mr. and Mis. ?. P. (ii-ard'-t and
the little p-irls left Tuesday after
noon for Z--t'hvr Hill. Fdorida. where
thev will spend the winter. Thevi"vti Sunday vis- at the hoe of her j
went via Omaha aid Chica.zo and wi.l l;"xnts. Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. G. Wur. ler- j
. i r-i
( ' v;s;t at n ama,
of the sec: etarv Mondr
U A Fine Lme of Useful Xmas
Pan Eoeiter w as made the -victim" ! ZU
H Gifts csn be had at this store!
'ones of Orr. du r.nd T. K. Surface of a most deiihtful and pleasant fs
most doos au-iiv with the idea that ' e pas-enrer
' - 1 t : 1 111
.tloncny e-'er.mfr, v. ne-e, iney naa cat
tle on the market.
with their U'us e l was a i'
tlr- ifr.d ler.'.hn
i "VT C tiie:r br: Itc.
to On; ha
er oue.nu.ns (lis- , p Propst is on
irihday surprise last Wednesday i
outh R. ' evenintr. Dan was kept busy at the I C2
i . 1 1 v - . .r 1 1 1 ! ' :
u: e, an,i a:ier nis ii ienas naa i
tn lor mnc:a:am.;un;r
He cin't :-tav awa
; '-athi ; ed Pan was called home to join
tj A very fine stock ot the latest patterns of
Veat, of Wes inert on
,"e are informed tint Silas Lor jr. 1 tho iollv crowd. The voun ir folks i
of o;:: former townsmen, has had come prepared for a good time, Cj
le tr.e t ir to Florida "! v auto-' which thev certainlv had. At a suit- ; f
Spr:r?s. S. lb. arnvc. .ast wetK and i ... .. y jn ventec:! days. 3n 1 that able hcur a delicious two-course j J
wi.! res'.ie :n tr.:s v:"..u... id . j ., v,.rv rl-ia-ant. i: in without a luncheon was served, and the iollv
Mrs. Clavion Roser.ci r.ns came over
Wcast has been h
?cveral months, visit:?: r at the
stop fi r a -lv
Iowa, with Mr. and M:s. Link Rev
i. olds. :;:id also stoo at I'eoria. Iiiir.'lr. .here for th
with Mrs. G:;ar let's si.-ter.
A deai was chod 'ast week where- ' -; viiih;s h-r
by Lodcre Crytril! berones th.? ownvr -;- Lincoln,
of the Charts Ward farm, south of . Ceore Han-L-n was
. cf trouble. crowd of about fifty then departed
! , . . . . ; . . . O. . f-.-.l. r. . 1 . . i Vinwiif. ill .It '- r T . . i m n r t
OV an - -- j !ULAi;j'jil- ill Vi u.lt:cr- tnrii iiiiitj , laumj; fan j:.a.:k
he me ot her parents. ?.r. and -ur. j r'., .0 Gr business reads. "Citrars and mere happv returns of the cay.
T- .-,.,.,. I T ... t-i-' T,f.o- T .-- jvi "U I : i;.... It .. .U T'. . T" " T XT o ... 1 i
' - i'.;'..;T" ii- ij" v ii Ml. in." von- : i.1; -u . 11. utt c u ioi i ictr-t
I Mr-:. Philip Kahbr received a te- t,,.-r,;a:?? o thar-e the ?irm to Fiiday evening in the M. W. A. hall. !
ltr;am this week from her son. IP: re! 1 j -'ositivi-'y Ca,h on Ail Cou.'.s.
' T" nn vi) n Ivis been omn:oved at
la t t-vo months at the! , ""; f '
home of her dauerb.er.-Mrs. John I. ' , . Pox Social in District 97. r 'v . K 1 - 1 i
Cssscroles rnd Daking China for $2.50
Percolators of all kinds $2.50 to $5.50
Pocket Knives and razors
Roller and See Skates
v. no !' a --
hall was beautifully decorated
i Pars, Orcaon. for the pat two jear;
n-r his juomotion to the :-"n-
M etiiencv of the :evcrrmc
r:t Usher- Ph'mct X-
and teacher of School
'7 wiii hold a box soc'a!
in Lincoln ;cs in A!a?t.a. He sailed on Tuesday.; at the school house on Wednesday; aj, the reports are to b " be!:eved.
town. Lodrc has be-n lookin- for a Mondry. where he has been havin-j f PC ank.., liy his v.-ife. Harold is kv..r.hip. IVccrnher 1CA. A pro-ram , an , one .ho knows the mel)t
some time where he : some surgical attention to a crrowth rnrilrer Looisvilie bov who has made V""J ''9 rendered by the pupih-
One Night Only
jfood and his old-time friends ir. this
vicinity will he pleased to learn of hh
THIS AND FIVE CENTS!
E vorybod y i n v i t ed .
Miss Henrich, Teacher.
and a thousand and one other articles. C nie in H
wuh evergreens and ?reen and white , an(j jook ancj we thilk you jjj h,ve I;0 tlOLl,I( J,,
ctepe paper draped over the windows ; , f , , c-t
seieciini a useiui aim n 111:14 preseiu.
and alons the sides of the walls. The
younjr folks came prepared for a jolly
; ood time and they certainly had one
the IliTii school can fully appreciate!
M PR DOCK.
( Specitl Correspondence.)
POXT MISS TiilS. Cut out thisjv
lir. enclose five cents to Foley & Co.. v
Chi'.acro, Ph. writinsr your name and ; v
address clearly. 1 ou wnl receive in j .;.-.i'.-r-i.,--.-i-i-i'
return a free trial package containinjr Tdiss Mina Coehry ol Omaha Sun
Folev's Ilonev and Tar Compound, for i dnved with her parents.
;th? leasure that the occasion must
; have brought forth. Games of various
j kinds were enjoyed and at a suitable
hour the company were treated to de
" licious refreshments. The jolly crowd
I of about fifty departed at a late hour,
j ; ravin? they had spent a pleasant
Plattsmcuth, : : : :
tDon't forget to et the coupon? for your fnvori:c cf-ntc-t-ant.
The contest is creating a great kr.l of irauc st ?.rA is
still a good opportunity for tny oi:e.
ZfclQlSQ '-Ci vj w U3iv '0CC 33
THE SUPREME SUCCESS OF SUCC.
ESSES f g
Vj 1 : ti
I cfV-i-bVi fka -1:1 H
roTih.s coiJs vua croup, Foley Kitinej
PUf and Foley Cathartic TaWots.
For svAe in vour town by rll ilrurif-t.-.
t . ....
. . . . m-m. v .
Gore, Ga. P. A. Morcran had oc
casion recently to use a liver medi
cine and savs of Foley's Cathartic
M:s. C. Pusack and Miss Oial, f j T.-Mcts: They thoroughly cleansed
:-ir.S;fie!d., visited at the McDonald system and I felt like a new man
home Sunday. jcht and free. They are the best
Miss Maria Schiiske of Lincoln J medicine I have ever taken for con
victed Miss Selnia Brauch'.e Friday t stipation. They keep the stomach
and Saturday. jweet, liver active, bowels regular."
Little Douglas Tool, son of Mr. and i For sale by all druggists.
BY J. K-?5.ETLY LiANNERS
M;-s. A. J. Tool, was sick the fore J
part of this week. !
We understand th?.t Mr. and Mrs. :
Farmers at e about all throuprh ! I.accy McDonald will reside in the
rati Cidnp: corn, and repairing fence Llcra'.aphof property after Decern-.
i the ord.er of the day. jber-IO. j
Gii'e-pie & Snyder are shipninir a Mrs. Frank Beal, who has been I
nuis ber of carloads of live stock to j vi.-iiinr? her son. Orvial, of Omaha,!
the South Omaha market. the latter part of the week, returned
Vv'. T. Richardson transacted bu?i-lhc:ae Saturday.
jne-s m St. Paul last week. j Miss Lillian Sutherland and Miss
j John Livinr-ston and Frank Wiles j Lcla Stewart cave a miscellaneous
j spent several hours in town Monday shower for Miss Martha Eranchle
cor.?r.llinjr the grain dealers in regard . Tuesday even in jr.
For any itching: skin trouble, piles,) PAINS IN HACK AND Hli'-;.
eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald j Are an indication of idt ey ; ' d b
heads, herpes, scabies, Poan's Oint- J a warring to biu'd u;i iho w c;. ..'!
ment is highly recommended. "0c a I kidneys, make ll.-i m vijror .. . 1.1
box at all stores. your blood of aei.is ar.d j oi-- . . Co
to your drurjri.-t fo- i.U y i.ii-ir
Pills. In ZO-y and 1.0 f7". i i i:
For a mild, easy action of the j your town i,y a;j (jruc:ri ?s.
bowels, try Doan's Rejrulets, a mod- j
ern laxative. 2"c at all stores. j Litter f.Ls at the Journal ofi.f.
H ! r - ... 1. ft
to ihe price of corn.
Mrs. W. T. Weddle received the set
FV.-c-nfe Pi: hardson spent Sat ' -yj cf dis'-.e.s at thi
Rooster store last
-vlth her ra-ent-, Mr. a"! Mrs. W. T. "alt. i day, and her little daucliter.
i " at-: Icr.e, received the rinrj fot handinjr in
itedin."- business ml'eare in Omaha.
Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and a few at $1.50.
rest number of Booster j
M (rb Pl P
i : ?3 O -T t ? n- P
j Tho Ladies Aid society met at the ! comt-oiis.
jhorre of Mrs. William Wetcnkamp j Don't for;ret you receive Booster
j last week. Making comforts and sew-j Coupons at T. J. Tool's hardware
Always a good time in store for you. Everybody welcome
j Music by the Plattsmculh Orchestra
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