The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, December 14, 1914, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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PLATTSMOUTn SF.M I-WEEK LY JOURNAL.
MONDAY, DECFMBrB 11.
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And hare is a lisi of just a few of the things you can get ot our store:
HOLD MEETING AND ELECT
PEBIENCED IN SECURING
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The ladies of the Woman's Relief! There has been quite a good d-a! of
?J Corps heM a ery largely attended . complaint expressed among the mer-
Aprons!
Every one ival le style in dainty
Aprons. Al.-o a good stock of
cM-rv,!av A i'i' r.-.
andker
H
chiefs!
Every variety you can think of.
Linen Ir.itial Handkerchiefs for
men an ! r.c "., as well as a com
plete assortment of all other kinds.
BATHROBES!
Bathrobes for Men and Women. This
week we are making a specialty of bath
robes for Men and Women in a (Si XI
large varietyof patterns for v9fi(Jl
KIMONOS!
This being an extremely practical age,
what gift can be more practical than a
nice Kimono? We carry a large
stock. Prices from $1.25 to
5
Neckwear!
We have just received a new
supply of pretty things in Neck
wear you should come early in
oider to have first choice.
Hosiery !
There's nothing more acceptable
as a gift than a nice pair of Hose.
We have excellent numbers in silk
for men and women, as well as
lovely qualities in Silk Lisle.
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Christmas
Candies
meeting Saturday afternoon at their : cr.ants ot tne city wno-e business re-j.
room in the court house and a mot ;mires that they u.-e revenue stamp-, l-v
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interesting session was enjoyed by all j over the !iM:euity in :e;-;iriog tnem,
present. The chief feature of thelsml rtuny lave r-:qi ".-.-cd the opinion
lection of o7ico:s i that those -tamps
h.- handled
tr, alter noon was tr.e
i for the coming year, and the follow- j at the Is-vA po.-toinee, v. here they
in" were selected for the different couM !e j-.ec.-ure'i whe;i r.ee led, and n
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fc4 1 oliices : i i'rce rise ir.-fcnants io
' President Mrs. L. I!. Ktrer.berger. I,,f;:e "f th( " vc' c"";;'
send to thej"?j
( tor in ( Irr.a-! y''-
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41 eruor vice l 'result nt .ii-s i-,;:a i " - ' jt
and Nuts!
i Kennedy.
. i ! .Jiinior
Prr.-ider:t
' j j Fi am-es Purdy.
Chaplain M r. Julia 1 horo::--.
Conduct i ! Mrs. f.oreti.a Au!.
I' A I Secretarv Mrs. C-o: re IoP-(
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I j I 1'ies Coirelo!id;;,t Mr
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THE DAYLIGHT STORE
Treasurer Mrs. Val Turkic
Guard Mrs. Mary Jacks.
Patriotic
.Thrasher.
In-tfiictor M . -. I."ura
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1 "i!.r-Ilo ion Ml :s. (1. V.fC
-.it, Mts. I-'iorrnce K! ;.' f, Mr.-.
s Wile and Mrs. J. K. Mi--
D.u.iel. i
finsit ion of d
K ' Thorn
A Forth.
?tate encai
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imprnent that r:-e-t in Mi::-
j Ien in May, Mrs. I.auia Th;a-h-r t
I elected t rc-prescr.t the pi t ' f thC
I c:tv.
th.- r- fiip-; f-.r the ir-..- f.f the
r,;. '.! , .,nd they cet:,if;iy .-hould be
i a thi " c() irn'.-y. T:i:? banks
':ir y do'e,3tner,a y i-tr-rjis for u-.e on
' -a! j .aners, but li ; r-Ta'p-- that go
-it art'.'des retailed by th - mercharits
a r:o ob'ni.iab'e here without sen!-
! if to (teiih-i. whi.-h work.- a liar.'-hin
th-- ;ri-:cn;n.'s ia tba it compels
j-h-'a to ; i ry a iiL'f assortment of
; ::. on hand, wheri it v;i,!d be far
pi v.. ( f'P '.'T.t 1 ' ' ' to -'-lir
.1 : L':o j o-t'-:! '-j a- n; eded.
:. ha- I ce1; a geut deal of con-
; the -.rr.p act and its
....Fcat'd feaiurc-: 'rr.ake.-; it dif-
t f- i- th.- m(-!'.-'1i!:t-i to get t'nor
:h)y familiar with it v. o: kings. If
; a !e thi.; aid .-ho;dd b crivn t
b'.i -i;Hss rr.en wiio.-e lir.fs of trade
r t.els them to m the revenue
Make someone an Xmas ire--er.t f f '
a year s si:hsc!ipun to a good ma -a-. PTnrJV L "VVil l MY
M : zine. Paul S.'adelman takes cubscriri- i VJ I uSJ I Ul I LU U Hi I
lJ lions anc renewals lor ar.y maga:.;ne :
PLATTSMOUTH TURN
VEfilN ELECTS OFFICERS
FOR THE YEAR 1315
Th--
:1 election of the officers
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:he Piattsrnouth Turn-Verein was
terday at the German Home
- rr.e- t'.ncr was attended by a
Lr:.i.'-r of ;he membership. The
.'S we
Mrs. Becker Still 111.
The condition of Mrs. J. II. Becker
stili continues to be a source of much
concern to her family and friends, as
the is still confined to her room with
a complication of the grippe and heart
trouble that has been very trying on
j her for the past few weeks. It is cer
tainly to be hoped that she will soon
recover from the attack.
Box Social at Lewiston Church.
The pupils and teachers of School
cho-en for the differ- j Districts No. 7 and 8 will hold a box
r vf'.c- : 9 j social at the Lewiston church, Friday
IYc-t ': r' Adolf h Gei-e. j evening, December 18th. A program
" i- Pre -I lent 1-" red Mumm. 'rendered by the pupilsof these two
('-: -re j o.aiing recretary Rudolph ! districts will begin at 8 o'clock.
l:.:m el. Everybody invited. Ladies please
1 ".ar.r-ia! Secretary Claus Eoetel. J uring boxes.
'i cr.-jnr A io'ph Wesch. j Miss Anna Rys,
. t-'i t.-G. II. Tarns, F. G. Egen- Miss Irene Hartwick,
1 "i II?:rran Tiek otter. ' j Teachers.
. :. rst Ti: .'i';: Instructor Fred G. j 1 12-J 4-tf-d&v
P.. .-on. j :
S.- .. i Turri.ig Instiurtor Karl 191.-; Calendar Pads-at the Journal
f'a:t:-'- ' office.
Over half a inilhon people saw the
romc-dy in New Yoik during the run
,, ..p,..: cr My H-art." It cost a
rril'i. n '.o!lars to make this record.
See it at the Parmele theater Wed
? '!ay. December 1.
W. J. Lorenz ofOdell, JCeb., came
in Saturday evening for a short visit
hre with his brothers and their fam
ilies and was a passenger this morn
ing for Omaha, where he goes to spend
the day.
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HEART" TO APPEAR 111
JOURNAL NEXT KOHTH
SuriiteasI
Elcclrical presents are always accepiiabSe slvays use:
and never wear out.
A few suggestions :
Electric Curiir.g lions
Electric Irons
Electric Chafin - Dishes
Electric Coffee Percolators ,
Electric Hot Plates
Electric Firtures
Electric Desk Lamp; ,
E'ectric Piano Lamps ,
Electric Library Lamps
Electric Toasters
Electric "Hoover' Suction Sweepers....
Electric Xmas Tree Ligl ting Outfits.
Electric FJoor Lamps .
and ? l.'H)
Fkort to :"
:.00 to 2-.i.''
4.00 to 1".'."
I.Ot) to .". fid
C.oO to 20. (M
o.OO to 2"'.0'l
4.0') to, a'iK)
2.-"0 to 10.00
n7.."i) to 1 .").:
n.00 to !."o
4.-"0 to !."..',
Electric Heat Pads '..",( to 7.00
Electric Arnold Vibrator Sl'i.o.)
A complete line of Flash Lights and Batteries.
Structo for the boys $1.00 to $10.00 Per Set
Drop in. No trouble to show goods.
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The livening J.:u""al expe-.-ts to
ci'Ti'.t1.'.".- the puldication in serial
;"; ii in the eariy j a;' of .lairua ry of
J. liarti'-y Mat nc-:- very
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t.iapted
the sa:r.e nr. me. Thi
'la .' vi!i b. shown at the Parmele
theater on Wednesday evening and
will be a r: re tre i: f-r the theate'--
cro ;
t;i-
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-ad the storv l iter it will arive
ortuiiity t- get a c!earer
view point of the story its'.-'f. Thi-.-tcry
and -ilay ha? everywhere receive-
1 the greatest pi-,. is-? for it:-
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Vou we'I know tj-.t
h'-adquart rs f.,r all 1 ;.
Ch ristma- '"a.n lie, ;if.,;
ar.d this year vc a; -a ti,,- -old
stand with the aua!
of fine
Candies, Nu(s and Fruits
of all Kinds!
Itir t j. e- a;.- ai : .r. - i .
ar.d the u.-o'i- :ir,. t;.,. . ....
the market afford--. ('...' .;
see us for tlie b.j-t in t'.i- I.
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John Schiappacasse,
Plattsmrjfh's Reliable tiz'W Desicr.
ALWAYS 1 OK PLATTS.MOl TJI.
n Phone 400 WARGA&SCHULDICE,
Heating-, Plumb
infr and Wirinff .
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cleanness and frc.-hnc-s and is a mo-t
pka-i..g departure from the general
tieii-J of the hovk.; an 1 ; !ays cf the
5av.
S'cti.e i" Pay lp.
Sometimes I can't help but wonder
Why. when pay day rolls aronad.
The n.o-t of n hit "er for Omaha.
L'rdess it's the ha; train there " .
found.
Or.e time we adopted a slogan,
Y'"j lemember 'twas: "See p!at;--muth
Succeed!"
Rut how in the h 1 can we do it
When yon jihvays sn away when in
need ?
I'll admit you have more there to pi.-k
f rom.
Rat fitrure the extras you've spet.r.
And when you come home and look ..:
your junk.
Huh! How do our merchant-! jay
rer.t?
Did you ever step to think, folk-.
The goods which you buy that are
leased;
That they appear on the re'-nni- at
our court house
For the public to '-ee how yo;c
fk e.-ed ?
Ww let's do this thing light thi.- next
Chri-tma.-.
.And cause ail our Red Cro- Stamp
to read:
"I bought this little gift lane in
: I'Iatt?mouth,
For I want to 'See Plati.-mouih
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We've made extra preprations for your Holiday needs. Our stock is
complete and right up to the minute. We furnish you
Gods of Quality at Reasonable Prices.
LaValleries, Parisian, Ivory and
Diamond Rings, Silver Toilet Sets,
Sterling Silver, Umbrellas,
Chains and Fobs, Fountain Pens,
Cuff Links and Stick Hallow Ware,
Watches, Pins, Cut Glass,
Hand Painted China, Clocks, &c, &c.
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EIGHT DEGREES BELOW
ZERO AT THE BURLINGTON
DEPOT THIS MORNING
j Sell your property iy an ad in The
: Journal.
AH parties knowing them-elve- in-
'' ::.! f stcro of M. IV:-r?r wiM
de-ise rail and settle same at the
arlie.t po-.-.ilde moment. We must
niank bocks of ah kinds at he
Journal office.
Mrs. Thomas Hill departed Satnr-
r. V. o r. IT..., t..,.
r.r.ke a demand at thi tine that ail ' ay 2Iieran VA ,u '"i
pi Illinois, where she wi:I visit witn a
-i-ter over the holidays before re
suming home to this city.
ounts be raid before the fir.-t cf
us tr.e t:i?so;..tu.n ci ine
rariner.-hip between M. Fanger an 1
V. Zueker make.-! it nec-e-sary that ail
"o'.loclions 1 .- made. AT accounts not
--e;t!ed by the first of .Tan.aary will b-i
placed in oth.cr hard; for collection.
Fa'nger's D -rxi: tmont Store.
Henry Lamjd.ere returned Satin
day from Rrunswiek, Neb., where he
has been for the past few months en
gaged in working on the farm of
M'hatles Miller near that place.
Mr-. Corrg
r.-.r.-, v.n amorg
.Ten" CnKb-ir" of T(v-ivii" t-pn- in i thos p-,;"g t- Omah .. ih afternoon j James Bui in, Ceoi-ge Klinger and
this morning on No. 4 to sj-end a few j
! hours here looking after rome mat
terv. of business.
for a sho-i. time, being cal!el ther Con (Irtbe oejarte 1 tnis morning .ot
on Fume business natters. i ?ucirle Junction, Iowa, where they are
t ngaged in rutting in a heating plant
Kuge'-e Mat:er r-'tnrnci home thi -n the new school building there.
.Toll.. Virht nmnnn- il-o? mc lung t ;(.m a snort trip to low a
This morning came as near being a j
specimen of real old winter as it j to Omaha this afternoon, where he ! o:nt. as v eil as Omaha, where h?
would be possible to find, with the) will visit for a short time with nhi-pi't -c-'n :-:-' v'il!l l"i i r-i--.!
temperature reaching 8 below zero at
the Burlington -. station and repot t'
from other sections of the city r--ihg
a temperature ranging from S to
13 below zero, i which is some cold,
and especially noticeable considering
, the remarkably mild weather that has
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m jjreaneu nei uiuiore. ine suuesen
drop in the mercury proved to be a
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as well as the plumbers, and from all
parts of town comes a cry over frozen
water pipes and a rush to get fur
naces and stoves in running order. It
is the right kind of weather, however,
for this time of year and will be found
much more healthier than the warm
weather and will make everything
fine and adndy for Christmas time.
tives and fric-n i-
'Tcg O My Heart" is a real New
Yoik production, carrying a carload
of scenery. Be sure to attend it Wed
nesday at the Parmele theater.
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Will you have a Victrola in your home this Christmas? We have
them in stocn at
$15.00, $25.00, $50.00, $75.00, $100.00 and $150.00
Call and See Them!
New Addition to Vallery Family.
This morning, there was born to
Mrs. Edward Vnllery, at the home of
her parents, a fine new baby daugh
ter, and the little stranger was given
a hearty welcome by the grandpar
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaufmann,
as well as the delighted mother. Mrs.
Vallery arrived? here a few months
ago from their home in Montana to
visit with her relatives, while Mr. Val
lery remained behind to look after his
land interests there. The new addi
tion to the Vallery family will be the
occasion of much pleasure to the
jnembers of the family throughout
this section. Mr. Vallery is a son of
C. H. Vallery, one of the prominent
farmers of this section of the county.
Robert Sherwood, sr.. came up last
Mr 5. J. H. Kuh.ns was among the
r;e. -eugers thi'-; morning for Omaha,
v.hete she spent a few hours looking
after tome matters of business.
John Bnusr, jr.. was a juissenger
thi? morning for Pacific Junction to.
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Saturday evening from Nebraska 'ook over the. r.eaung plant m;u is
flitv r.nd visited here over Sundav ?ing i'lalled there by his firm.
with his son, Herbert.
Oak, maple and holly vines for
Christmas decorations at the Journal
office.
Mrs. W. E. Rosencvans was among
those going to Omaha this afternoon,
wheie she will visit for a few hours
looking after some business affairs.
Mr-. W. S. Askwith was among the
nas?engrrs this morning on the ea'Iy
Burlington train for Omaha, where
.-he wiil suend the day looking affer
matters of business and visiting her
friends.
When you are looking for the very
best articles in the line of fancv hex
stationery, call at the Journal oHb-e.
where vou will find an excellent
variety to select from.
The second number of the lectin e
course will be given on Thursday
evening. December 17th, and will con-
of the Ladies' Trio.
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in "Neptune's Daughter" in 7 Big Reels.
It's the same that was shown at the Parmele Theater not long ago
at I 5c and 25c. Your last opportunity to see this wonderful Photo
Play Thursday at Gem and Grand Theaters for only
10c and 20c
EXTRA SPECIAL
Return Engagement of that wonderful Photo Play
!
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