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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1915)
PLATTSMOUTfl SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAC
THURSDAY, JUJfE 3, 1915.
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We will have a demonstration of Armour's CJrape
.Juice JUNK :$, 4 and f. Don't forget the dates, and
come in and get a sample of this excellent beverage.
There is nothing to equal grape juice for a cooling
drink and as an ingredient in other mixtures.
Sold in 25c and 50c Sizes
Don't forget the dates-
Phone 53 and 54
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
MRS. MIKE WARGA NEAR
DEATH'S DOOR AT HAVELOCK
A message was received in this city
at noon today announcing that Mrs.
Mike Warga, sr., was dangerously ill
and that grave fears of her recovery
were entertained. The illness was
quite sudden, as Mr. Warga and Mrs.
Will Vallery and Joe Warga, daugh
ter and son of the lady, were here in
attendance at the funeral of Beatrice
Nejedley. As soon as the message
was received Mr. Warga and daugh
ter, Mrs. Vallery, returned to Have
lock, having a car from the Hauer
garage drive them there to reach the
bedside of the wife and mother as
oon as possible.
Asked to Assist
FAREWELL PARTY TO MRS.
VIRGINIA ALLEN TUESDAY
V. II. C. Social Meeting.
Tuesday afternoon a very pleasant
farewell was given at the beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McPaniel,
when they entertained a few of the
intimate friends of their daughter,
Mrs. Virginia Allen, who departed
yesterday en route to her home on
the Pacific coast. The event was a
very pleasant one and the young
ladies piesent enjoyed greatly the oc
casion, although regretting that it
was necessary to part with their
friend. Music and a general good
time served to pass the time most
pleasantly until a suitable hour, when
dainty and delicious refreshments
were served that further heightened
the pleasure of those fortunate
enough to be present.
Those in attendance were: Misses
Hazel and Alice Tuey, Mina Thierolf,
Nora Kosencrans, Christine and Ma
thilde Soennichsen. Mesdames C. V.
Baylor, C. O. Larson, A. (). Moore,
Hugh Cecil and Ray Smith of Weep
The Woman's Relief Corps social
meeting will be held at the home of
Mrs. Thomas Glenn, on Granite
street next Wednesday afternoon,
June Dth, instead of Tuesday, as is
customary. Please note the change
of day from Tuesday to Wednesday.
THE SPOILERS AT
AIR DOME AND
FUNERAL OF BEATRICE NEJED
LEY HELD THIS MORNING
Attention, Sunday School People!
There will be a meeting tonight
(Thursday) at the Methodist church
at 7:30 of all those of every denomi
nation who are interested in a teach
ers' training class. If you have any
teacher training text books, please
By Order Joint Committee.
When you ar looking for the very
bent articles in the line of fancy boi
stationery, call at the Journal office,
where you will find an excellent
variety to select from.
The funeral of Beatrice, the little
11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Nejedley. of Creighton, Neb.,
was held this morning from the F. F.
Buttery home on West Elm street and
was attended by quite a large num
ber of sorrowing relatives and
friends. The body arrived last night
from Creighton and was at once
taken to the home of Mr. Buttery, an
uncle of the little one, and the serv
ices hcbl at 10 o'clock this morning.
Rev. W. S. Leete of St. Luke's Epis
copal church had charge of the serv
ices and celebrated the beautiful
Episcopal service for the dead, as
sisted by a choir from the church
with a number of the well loved
hymns. At the close of the services
the body was taken to Oak Hill
cemetery and consigned to rest in the
family lot there.
Wonderful Production and Visualiza
tion of Rex Beach's Famous
Novel. "The Spoilers."
K. & L. cf S. Meet Tonight.
Knights and Indies of Security
meet tonight at 8 o'clock in Woodman
hall. There will be initiation and a
good attendance is desired. Visiting
R. B. Windham, President.
A. O. Moore, Secretary.
TO BE GIVEN BY THE
AT THEIR HALL ON WEST PEARL ST.
-Saturday Night, June 5th-
Make it a point to attend this dance, as a
big time is in store for you.
GOOD ORDER MAINTAINED!
Music by Holly's Orchestra
Kathlyn Williams is already known
and needs no introduction to the lov
ers of the silent drama. She has been
for the past three years identified
with all the great Selig wild animal
productions and her courage has been
envied in every country in the world.
She comes to the people of Platts
mouth in an entirely new role, and
she will be seen at the Gem and Air
Dome theaters next Sunday as
Cherry Malotte in W. N. Selig's won
derful production and visualization of
Rex Beach's famous novel, "The
Spoilers." Miss Williams exemplifies
a class of American womanhood that
has made history, in the character she
port! ays in this wonderful drama.
Cherry Malotte is by far the best
thing Miss Williams has ever done.
The delicate situations are handled
skillfully by Miss Williams; she
proves beyond question that she is a
master of her art, and those who see
her will long remember her, and in
every incident forgive her for what
she might have been.
Bessie Eyton, who was selected to
portray the part of Helen Chester,
r.gain proves the wisdom and the
master-hand of W. N. Selig and
Colin Campbell, for Miss Eyton's
rendition of the cultured and close
natured girl is sweet and lovely at all
times. She rises to every oppor
tunity and handles it capably.
This stupendous production will re
ceive its initial presentation Sunday,
June G, 1915, at the Gem and Air
Dome theaters, Plattsmouth. When
one considers that "The Spoilers" in
book form, when first published, sold
for $1.50, and was the largest of the
six big sellers of its time; required six
hours of one's time to read and thor
oughly digest; the best seats for the
play of the same name sold for cost
$1.50, taking three hours for pre
sentation and those who have seen
the play, read the book and witness
ed the picture, proclaim the picture
superior to both; the picture being ex
hibited for one-sixth the price which
the book sold for in the first edition,
requiring only two hours of one's time
to thoroughly digest the entire story,
one will readily realize that the mov
ing picture business is worthy and de
serving of its prominence, its import
ance and educational value.
Attention of the public generally is
called to the fact that the annual
school census will be taken during the
month of June. It is desirable and
important that the enumerators re
ceive the co-operation of every per
son to whom they apply for informa
tion. The apportionment from the
funds of the state to our schools is
based upon the returns which we
make of this census, and all are urged
to assist those who may call upon
you for information. It should be un
derstood that this census is in no way
connected with the subject of taxes,
and does not involve any expense
whatever to those who give in names
to the enumerators.
Board of Education.
E. II. Wescott, Secretary.
Invection in the Air.
home Monday from a two weeks'
vacation spent in Lincoln.
Mrs. Eula Lackey of South Bend
spent a few days this week with her
cousin, Mrs. J. A. Shaffer.
Mrs. Ed Linch of University Place
is here helping to care for her mother,
Grandma Foreman, who is doing real
Mr. and Mrs. Bretz of Oklahoma
visited several days last week with
C. C. Bucknell and family. Mr. Bretz
is county treasurer of El Reno coun
Adjutant General P. L. Hall, jr., of
Ihe Nebraska National Guards, visit
ed from Saturday until Monday with
Captain C. N. Shaffer, returning to
his home in Lincoln on No. 13.
Mrs. Clyde Boyles and father, Mr.
Frohlich, of Lincoln, came down Fri
day to visit C. C. Bucknell and fam
ily over Sunday. Clyde Boyles came
down Sunday to spend the day.
Mrs. Clara Prouty and children,
Herbert and Margaret, of University
Place, came down Saturday to visit
Mrs. Prouty's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Skiles, and other relatives.
Mr. ami Mrs. Davis have moved in
to the Mary Wolfe residence, having
come nere trom Iran Orchard. Mr.
Davis will have charge of the Lincoln
Grain company's elevator at this
Mrs. C. R. Jordan and sister, Mrs.
Lewis, of Harlan, Iowa, spent sev
eral days visiting the former's daugh
ter, Mrs. John McDowell and family,
at Cairo, Neb., last week, returning
Mrs. Dan McCurdy accompanied
her daughter, Mrs. George Vannoy
and Mr. Vannoy, to Lincoln Wednes
day evening, whence they returned to
their home at Central City, Neb., af
ter a week's visit here with relatives.
Mrs. Curdy returned home Thursday.
We offer our full stock of silk petticoats that
sold at $3.50 and $4.00 for a few days at
ALL COLORS AND SIZES
uckweoBeir & Lute
Attention, M. W. A.
Members of Cass ("amp No. 332 are
earnestly requested to meet at their
hall Sunday morning, June (5, at l'J
o'clock for the purpose of observing
M. W. A. Memorial day. Don't forget
to bring flowers. Committee.
Medical authorities agree that colds
are infectious. In some cities children
with colds are barred from schools.
Spring's changing weather brings
many colds. The quickest and safe
way to stop colds, coughs and croup
is to give Foley's Honey and Tur
Compound. Sold everywhere.
The Jo'irnal office has some paper
cups of various sizes, just the thing
for your nut and candy favors at your
luncheon. We also have some that
pre larger for your ices, (.ome in and
fee them when in need of anything in
Covered furniture tl.nt is soiled can
be made to look inu.-li fresher if rub
bed ovvr with a soft loth dipped in
ra-ioline. This vi!l not harm the mov!
rti'licafe fabric, and the odor will pass
iivvuv when e.!.os-d to the air. Io
not run any risks, however, by
ji:isoline ne:ir tire. Home Craft.
"Billy" Sunday, the Man, and His
Message at the Journal office for
$1.00. This work contains the heart
of Mr. Sunday's gospel message. Come
in and get yours while they last, aa
we only have a few.
Danger to Children.
Serious illness often resuits from
lingering coughs and colds. The hack
ing and coughing and disturbed sleep
rack a child's body ami the poisons
weaken the system, so that disease
car not be thrown off. Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound has eased coughs,
colds and croup for three generations;
saf to use and quick to act. There is
no better medicine for croup, coughs
and colds. Sold everywhere.
Sell your property by an ad in Th
This is the Only
in Cass County
that takes all sizes of tires, from the
smallest bicycle to the largest auto.
Use Steam on tubes. All repair gums
are made for Steam Heat.
-Plattsmouth Cycle Co.-
"The Black Box" will be shown as
usual at the Gem theater Friday mat
inee and night. f and 10 cents.
Dance on June 5th.
ine i. J. hokoi society will give a
social dance at their hall on West
Pearl street on Saturday evening,
June 5th, to which the public is in
vited to be present, and a good time
assurred to all.
' HI fill -L.J' y I, I HI1 S3- 3
was shopping in
Our "JITNEY" Offer This and 5c.
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with five cents to Foley
& Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name
and address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foky's Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney
Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Mrs. Elmer Barrett was on the sick
list last week.
Major Ed Evans visited in Lincoln
hcott Jordan was in Lincoln on
Air. anu Airs, r.d Casey were in
Mrs. H. Moore
Alfred Stroemer was in Lincoln on
Mr. Montgomery of Geneva,
was in town luesday.
Jimmie Foreman of Lincoln visited
home folks over Sunday.
Ed Evans was a guest of Castle
Shaffer Sunday at dinner.
Mr. Whaley of Utica, Neb., was in
town on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Myers were
shopping in Lincoln Tuesday,
Mrs. William Casey visited friends
in Liincoin tne nrst of tne week.
J. A. Shaffer and son, Castle,
motored to South Bend Tuesday.
S. C. Boyles was in Omaha and
Plattsmouth Monday on business.
Uncle Joe Parsell and son, Ed
ward, of Lincoln, were down Monday.
Mrs. F. M. Grove and Mrs. H. A.
Bailey were Lincoln visitors Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker and chil
dren were shopping in Lincoln Tues
day. L. B. Appleman and J. II. Foreman
had business in Lincoln Friday and
Charles Pringle was transacting
business in Omaha Tuesday and
Sam Linch of Lincoln spent Satur
day and Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
L. B. Appleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and son,
Martin, of Havelock, visited at the
Bucknell home Sunday.
Miss Stella Sheesley returned
7 J 60
Bontex Sewing Week
to all the Families of
72 9 Z V
It means an offering of the country's most stylish and beauti
ful wash fabrics plus helpful ideas for home dressmaking which will
benefit every family in the community.
Every woman who visits the sale will not only be able to in
spect these attractive fabrics, but will also be instructed as to how she
can manipulate ihem artistically, and practically, to create dresses for
herself and feminine members of her family.
Women will be impressed with the superior value of these
fabrics, because of the unusual advantages we have in placing them
on sale in this city.
These prices are part of the proof.
Brentmore Crepe 10c
Belvoir Chiffon 1 5c
36-inch Vara Chiffon at .... 28c
36-inch Printed Splash Voile 25c
36-inch Tango Chiffon 25c
36-inch Ribbon Crepe 25c
30-inch Balsta Tissue 1 5c
Lovuna Fancy .." 18c
Chattillon Lace Cloth 1 Oc
Windcor Costume Crepe .... 20c
36 and 40 inch White Voil
at 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c
40-inch Seed Voiles, 25c, 35c, 50c
45-inch Organdie and Voiles
at 60c, 75c, and $1.00
Owing to unfavorable weather conditions this sale will con
tinue all this week.
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