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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1915)
THURSDAY. JULY "15, 1915.
PLATTSMOUTFI SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAE.
s Selling in Plattsmouth
4th- BiM Harvest
Thursday, July 15th and Closes Saturday, the 51st
JUST 15 SELLING DAYS
EXCEPT SATURDAY NIGHTS
J SON FEATURE
ho will come to our
Viay during our Har
led by the greatest
Sons (baby boys coun
y Stetson Hat in the
, and a suitable pre-
Did you ever "pass the hat"
ont pass these
HERE IS A HAT HARVEST
Come and Reap Your Share of these
Men's $5 and $6 Stetsons $4.65
Mens $3.50, $4 and $4.50 " $3.35
A special lot $3.50 Stetsons for $1.95
One special lot $1.50 , $2.00
and $3.00 hats for $1.00
Men's $6, $7 and $8 Panamas $4.95
Men's $3.50, $4 and $5.00 " $2.95
Men's $1.50 to $2.00 straws. . $1.00
Men's 75c silk hats. ...... 49c
Children's fancy and plain white
wash hats 25c
TO PLEASE THE LADS AT PRICES
TO PLEASE THE "DADS"
We do not handle any cheap shoddy goods.
Every garment first-class and backed by our
Boys' Wool Suits, Knickerbocker
pants, well worth $3 and $3.50, for $1.95
Boys' Wool Suits, Knickerbocker
pants, well worth $4 and $5, for. . $3.35
Boys Wool Suits, Knickerbocker
pants, well worth $6, $7 and $8, for $4.95
Children's Wash Suit?, Children's Wash Suits
Feter Pan, Balken and Mid- in Russian, Buster Brown
dy styles, worth
$2.50, for only
Blouse and all the latest
styles, worth $1.75, for
Special One lot Bovs' Lone Pant suits $3.05
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I S . ik.
UDED IN THIS SALE EXCEPT STYLEPLUS $17
rvest Sale, and this i
pffer a suit of clothes
he best grade of wheat
'conditions : Any far-
t or Mills county can
eat from present har-
lt to store before noon
rat will be graded by
i i .i i
iges, ana tne sampie
J Will DC awarucu
suit is to fit the Af
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1 - T-
No headaches in these caps. All
the classy novelty stuff in Home
spuns. Mohairs, Palm Beach and Silk
at 59c, 89c and 99c, including the
new soft visors.
A Special Boys' Cap at 25c
Attention ! Automobile Owners
The number of your car appears on some price card in our
window or in our store. If you will point it out to us, you
can have the article the price card refers to. We guaran
tee 3rour number is in plain sight. No strings tied to this
m flrtiMfH"' 1
Auto and Rain Coats
We sell more Rain Coats than any other
store in town, therefore we have more bar
gams to oner. - S!-
Men's Double Texture Slipons. . . . $2.95
Men's Fine Vulcanized and Cemented
Men's Handsome back to back Wor
sted Slipons $5.Si)
Women's Rubber Faced soft finished
Women's Blue and Black Poplin big
Women's fine quality worsted finish $5.S5
Boys and Childrens coat $2.35, $2.95, $3.15
1- Goods, but New and Dependable Merchandise, and when we offer it to you at such Special Low F
in this Ad are offered you. COME AND SEE. h
the bargains wc offer in shirts.
!ancy stripes .
teed colors S5c
t in great variety 29c
iSfitched bodies 95c
may not be worth a "darn" better buy new ones,
arc worth more than we are asking.
Men's Darnproof , six pairs to the box, guaranteed . .
Men's Radium Sox, 15c grade, all colors, per pair
Men's Work Sox, mix or tan, per pair
Men's Fibre Silk Hose, very thin, per pair '.
Men's Black Hose, white foot, per pair
Men's Silk Lisle Hose, assorted colors, 35c value. .
SPECIAL Children's Wash Pants 17c
. . 23c
. . 13c
GULAR PRICES. NO REGISTER TICKETS AT SALE PRICES.
a of Specials
L-e will sell straw hats at . . .
will sell Men's work shirts at
1 we will sell boys Porosknit union suits
I we will sell Men's Porosknit union suits
: we will sell 6 pairs 1 5 c Radium hose for
'- will sell any dollar overall for
rjwe will sell boys' wash suits for
vtc will sell boys' Knicker pants for ....
in! we will sell chi:drenG Munsing union sts
31-1 we will sell boys shirts ana waists ror .
re will sell $1:50 and $1.25 suit cases f
that save the "knucks." Don't
scar your hands all up when 3'ou
can buy leather gloves at; these
Men's goat gloves ....... 25c
Men's leather gauntlets 5Dc
Men's horsehide gloves, full -
stock . One
Boys gloves in proportion.
Automobile gloves $ 1 .65
Here are hold-ups for your trousers
at prices that will hold your trade.
Men's summer dress suspender 22c
Men's invisible dress suspender 23c
Men's work suspenders cross
Men's finest lisle Kady and
Boys' leather end lisle . sus
Boys' Kazoo suspenders .... 48c
Kis ad, read it to uieit ps-reiiw w w swt., .
From ."Wednesday's Dally.
Mrs. William Ballance was a visitor
in Omaha today for a few hours, look
ing after some matters of business in
Luke L. Wiles was in the metropolis
for a few hours "today, going1 to that
city on the early Burlington train to
look after some matters of business.
J. H. Becker was among those go
ing to Omaha this morning, where he
will visit for the day, looking after
some matters of business in that city.
Mrs. H. H. Tartsch, who has been
enjoying a two weeks' visit here with
relatives and friends, departed this
morning for her home at Sioux City,
Mrs. William O'Donnell was among
those going to Omaha this morning,
where she will visit for a few hours,
looking after some matters of business.
Miss Mary McIIugh is here enjoy
ing a short visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Thorn. Walling and family,
arriving Monday from her home at
Mrs. R. G. Rawls was among those
?oing to Omaha this morning on the
sarly Burlington train to visit with
friends and look after some matters
Miss Harriett Clement returned
home last evening from Sargent, Ne
braska, where she has been for a
short time visiting with relatives and
friends jn that place.
Sheriff C. D. Quinton was a pas
senger this morning for Greenwood,
where he was called to look after
some matters of importance for the
county in that place.
Mrs. William Gilmore, who has
been enjoying a short visit at the
home of her sister in Kansas, return
ed home this afternoon, arriving from
Omaha on No. 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boeck will de
part for Hollywood, California, tomor--ow
afternoon, where they will make
an extended visit with Mr. Boeck's
brother, Adam Boeck.
C. G. Fricke and little daughter,
Jane, were passengers this afternoon
For Omaha, where Jane will visit with
her little cousin at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Harris.
Miss Mary Fisher o" Fremont ar
rived in this city yesterday mominfe
for a few days' visit with her cousin,
Miss Margaret Dotson, at the home
of her aunt, Mrs. M. W. Thomas.
Miss Margaret Donelan was a pas
senger this afternoon for Omaha,
where she will meet a party of friends
and accompany them to Lake Madi
son, Minnesota, for a short visit.
Mrs. W. J. Hartwick departed last
evening for Chicago, where she was
called by the illness of her daughter,
Mrs. Sophia McCloud, in that city,
and will be gone for several weeks.
Mrs. Anton Kanka, sr., and son,
Joseph, departed last evening on No.
2 for Chicago, where they will visit
and go from there to Kenosha, Wis
consin, for a visit with relatives and
Carl Smith of Omaha came down
last evening and visiied over night
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Smith, returning this
morning to his duties in the metropolis.
Remember that Thursday evening,
July 15th, is the date when the ladies
of the Woodman Circle will have
charge of the Air Dome and a big
program will be given. Tickets can
be secured from the ladies.
For ordinary house windows just
Wind-O-Klean alone is all that is
necessary to clean and polish the
glass. Do not use any water. We
have the .Wind-O-Klean at the Jour
nal office. Come in and see it.
George A. Sherwood, who has been
here visiting his brother, Herbert, for
a few days, departed this morning on
No. 6 for Red Oak, Iowa, and other
points along the Burlington, in the
interest of his work for a large whole
sale shoe house.
. Mrs. Laura Orkin and Mrs. Rose
Katleman of Sioux City, Iowa, are
here visiting at the home of their
sister, Mrs. V. Zucker, for a short
.time. The ladies have been visiting
with their sisters at Missouri Valley,
Iowa, and Omaha for a few days, and
after their , stay here will return to
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.J. IN PLATTSMOUTH V
4. FORTY YEARS AGO.
I-I"II-S "i-i-v-i-s "I"'-!"!'
; i M.' L. White goes to the Black
Hills this week to get Drew ready to
Mr. Barr of Greenwood presented
us with some sample heads of wheat
which measured 7 inches by actual
A sight for the gods of mischief
to grow fat on Bob Doom. Georre
Mayfield and George Fairfield sitting
on a dry poods box on the sunny side
of Herold's store Monday.
They are making endeavors to
open up the pottery interest at Louis
ville; we hope they may succeed.
There are valuable clays there which
ought to be utilized.
Mrs. LaMar, a cou.-in of Mrs.
Hinkle, who has been visiting lu-r
relatives here for some time, return
ed home last wek, and this week Miss
Emma Hinkle goes to Miss IMar's
home in Marysville, Mo., to spend
some time with her.
We are sorry to chronicle the death
of a little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Seeley at West Point, where
ihey are now residing. Mr. Mitchell,
Mrs. Seeley's father, visited them
last week, called there by the child's
sickness and also by Mrs. Seeley'.
Sheriff Hyers dont always tlrrp
when his eyes are shut, as Pottcnger
REyswhen taking in consideration
the fact that Charley Viall had been
in town only about ten minutes be
fore Reuben tapped him on the
shoulder and said, "come with me."
Failing to get bail, Viall reposeth in
the ground-floor parlor of our county
They that is the fellows that do
such things stole a fat hog from Mr.
Fitzgerald's forty on Thursday last,
cooly slaughtered it, loaded it into
a wagon and got away. Go slow, fel
lows, we're getting to hang men for
A man by the name of Farmer, liv
ing in the southwest part of town, has
been sick for weeks, is clearly insane
and unsafe to be left alone or only
with women to take "charge" of him,
the neighbors are worn out and it h
a clean case where county help and
aid and authority should be extended
and at once. Later His case has
been taken in hand by the commis
sioners of insanity, and he has been
placed under the care of the fh-riff
until arrangements can be made to
remove him to the asylum if found
The action of the primary conven
tions in the respective wards of this
city on Saturday evening last result
ed in the election of the following
named delegates: First ward. Black,
Plummer, MacMurphy, Wheeler; Sec
ond ward, Dovey, Jos. Johnson, Fair
field; Third ward, Chapman, Wells,
Donnelly and Murphy, (under a mis
apprehension of facts, this ward elect
ed four delegates, their apportion
ment being three); Fourth ward, Dor
rington, Cutler and L. F. Johnson;
Plattsmouth precinct, Thos. Wiles,
Isaac Wiles, A. B. Todd, W. B. Porter.
Will S. Wise entertained several
couples of Flattsmouth young people
Tuesday night, in the best possible
manner. A pleasant social time was
enjoyed by all and everyone ap
preciated the splendid supper pre
pared by Mrs. Wise. The demand for
strawberries and raspberries was im
mense, but the supply was unlimited
and even Morrison and Drummond
expressed themselves as satisfied, a
fact which rather surprised the rest
of the company. Mr. and Mrs. Wise
done all possible to make thing3
pleasant, which we are sure was appreciated.
As our last week's issue was pub
lished early to allow the boys to cele
brate the Fourth, wc were too early
to give notice of the death of Rev.
Thomas Betts, which occurred on
Tuesday, the 2d inst., at Rulo. Rev.
Mr. Betts is the father of Mrs. Walt
er White of this city. His death o'--ccred
quite suddenly, his wife being
here in Tlattsmouth visiting her
daughter when the telegraphic sum
mons came which called them to the
deathbed of the dying husband and
fathir. Mr. and Mrs. White went
down with Mrs. Betts on Wednesday,
returning on Tuesday last. Mr.
Betts spent some time with his fam
ily in this place several years ago,
residing with his son. Rev. George
C. Betts. who was at that time rector
of St. Luke's church; he has since
taken charge of various parishes in
Nebraska,, and though advancing
years might have lawfully excused
him from further active duty, died in
the harness, faithful to the last.
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