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PLATTSMOUTH srI-WTEKLT. JOUBNAL'.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915-
NOW is the TIME to Put
Up Your FRUIT!
The Southern Peaches are off the market and we will have Cali
fornia, Utah and Colorado Peaches for canning this week.
Italian Prunes now in, per crate of 4 baskets .$1.25
Hawaiian Pineapples, 5 for. . $1-00
We have made arrangements with the best canners on the Pacific
coast and can save you some money by buyinp in quantities of one
dozen or more. These goods are of the very choicest that can be
canned and comprise the following brnads: Del Monte, Curtice
Bros. Advo and Mnarch. The quality of these goods are of the very
highest and the price this year is within reach of all.
Be Sure and Get Our Prices Before Plcain" Your Order.
H. M. SOENNICHSEN,
Call Phcncs 53 and 54.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM
LINCOLN NEXT WEEK
The Burlington route has arranged
to run a special state fair train to Lin
coln on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, September 7, 8 and 9, start
i r i -r from this city at 7 o'cIockNn the
Morning and travelign over the short
line via Louisville and A?hlar.d. The
train will stop on the way to Lincoln
at the fair grounds to allow passen
gers to alight right on the grounds,
but returning the train will leave the
Lincoln depot at 10:10 p. m. and will
rot stop at the fair grounds, so all de
siring to return on the special will
have to catch the train at the depot.
The running time of the special train
I.eave. A. M.
Arriving at Lincoln
To Sell Show Tickets.
Tomorrow the members of the Al-
J bright Stock company will start out
j on a crusade on all the business
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their tickets for the show Satuiday
evening, for which a part cf the re
receipts will be devoted to the relief
of Harry Craig, the injured ball play
er. When they call on you, help out
the good cause.
Fancy stationery in different vari
eties at the Journal office. Come and
see us when jou want stationery.
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STYLES IN !L
A Display of Tail Styles in- Hats Will
He on Tomorrow at the Store of
Mrs. Kxma I 'ease.
T. H. POLLOCK,
Real Estate, General Insurance,
rm lands FarisiLi
Prices ranging from $950.00 to $1,485.00
F. O. B. FACTORY
Office and Salesroom Riley Block, 6tli St.. Plattsmouth, Neb
TELEPHONE NO. 1
School Opening Specials
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White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 3 for 5c
White, colored border, Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c
Children's Chambray Dresses 25c
Boys' Blouses, big value, 6 to 14. 25c
Pencil, Tablet and Ruler . .5c
20c Ribbon, 4 1-2 inches wide, per yard .15c
Fresh Candy, per pound . 10c
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR SPECIALS.
Popular Variety Store
The fall millinery season in this
jity will he started tomorrow in the
style show and millinery exposition
at the neat and attractive millinery
establishment of Mrs. Emma Tease
on North Sixth street ar.d will con
tinue Friday and Saturday.
The display there of the latest fall
hats end trimmings is such as to
please the most discriminating taste
and there will be driven the fullest pos
sible opportunity for the ladies of
Plattsmouth to inspect the new styles
direct from the fashion centers of the
country and a visit to this store more
than pleases not only those Ie;ti irc to
secure their rew fall hats, but in the
opportunity of viewing the late styles
and the general atmosphere of fashion
that characterizes this establishment.
Simplicity of outline and unique
trimming characterize the new sea
son's Letter models. This is particu
larly a season for the designer, tail
ored hats and ready trimmed being
in the discard. Materials for the f;ill
ar.d winter season include felts, vel
vets, plushes and silks. One is pleased
to see the many happy combinations
featured in new fall hats, and while
there is the usual tendency toward
black velvet, the other fabrics come
in for their share of popularity. For
instance, a smart new fall sailor
shows a crown of fine crushed plush
with top brim and facing of silk velvet.
Velvet and white satin are shown in
That the small hat has lost rone of
its popularity is evinced by the num
ber fhown in the fall lines. These are
of many variations, being influenced
by military modes, but in such a way
as to avoid f rcakishness, which ten
dency, by the way, seems to be utterly
lacking in the fall styles, with sim
plicity as the dominant keynote in the
hats shown at the Pease store.
! Small hats are represented by tur
bi ns, plain or draped, elongated or
rourd, and triangle, come with their
man' variations sr.d are prominently
featured. The popularity of the Tam-
o-Shanter, however, is doubtful.
j The wide-brimmed sailor, with its
many adaptations, is being featured in
a wide range of shape ide?s.
i While the trimming ideas are of the
simplified order this is rrore than
made up by the wide diversity of trim
mings shown, some of which are
clusters of el vet flowers placed fiat
on a wide-brimmed sailor; feather
breasts or flaring wings are used on
smart turbins. Ving, both large and
small, are very good, and quills are
'also used in natural and dyed color
ings. Motifs, embroidered into the
brims and crowns of velvet hats are
seenr the colorings usually being very
ihgh. In ornaments, cut steel buckles
(and designs are high for fall u.se.
j Novelty bead trimmirg is very
much in vogue, especially those of the
dark variety being shown in much
I favor. Butterflies black, white or in
1 colors adorn some of the best models.
This season shows a larger variety of
ostrich novelties, curled and uncurled,
effects; colors being especially in
Mrs. Pease is especially pleased in
having for her opening of the fall sea
son, a most experienced and artistic
trimmer, Miss Mock of St. Joseph,
who is one of the most talented ladies
who have been here in recent years
in the millinerv business.
HATS CLEANED AND
SHOW LAST MIGHT
First-class work guaranteed
and thep rice very reasonable.
Call at Booster Shining Parlor.
appearance of the Albright
company at the Ptirmelo
theater Wednesday evening was greet
ed by a much larger audience than
they have enjoyed heretofore, and the
corn nan v presented another of their
j very pleasing farce comedies which
have been so well received by the
1 amusement-loving public of the city.
The company has been without their
chorus during the past performances!!
Notice to Decorate.
The K. S. society will hold their
Slate Tournament in this city ot the
3d, 4th, f,th and Cth of this month,
and all business houses are requested
to decorate their places of business
suitable for the occasion.
K. J. RICIIEY, Mayor.
of the week, but the girls who com
pose the lively and sprightly chorus
will be cn hand this evening to assist
in the giving of the sparkling musical
numbers. Those wno have saw the ( H
Albright company are more than j H
pleased with the excellence of the u
foi malices givin.
A Strange Case.
Mrs. Susanne Dnvkos wrote us
about her case, which we gladly sub
mit to our readers: "I wish to let you
know that I have received the rem
edies and that I have used them up.
Triner's American Elixir
LITTLE TOTS ENTER
TAINED AT THE
I lie reew
IS READY TO SERVE YOU
Everything New and Up-lo-Dafe!
It will pay you to see our goods and get our prices.
0:ir efforts will be to give the vrey best service
possible to all.
Ye ten'av afternoon a number of
little tots were entertained
n'onsant home of Mr. and M?
of Bitter I Vetesnik on South Tenth street, at
South Sixth St.
1 l.nr trt.ru r o?m'n dmcm
at I'" mE ISILL rAL'Mii'J DJOi-
deli-rhtful children's pa. ly by
Wine helped me very much. As soon
as I st.Mted using it I felt as if some
thing grew in my left side, but next
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eiuy ii was gone ana 1 iuuhi nut iftrii,i.iy anniversaries
it any mce. Your E-ixir is a very
good remedy for the stomach and I
Yetesnik. in honor of her little dauu'n
ters, Margaret and Eleanor's hi; ih-
. The children hud
come prepared to have one good tlm.?,
as we1.! as to show the little Mises
NESS HAS COMMENCED
C. W. 1
ju.t now to
Society. Si; -arne Durkos, EI J ,..!,.,,.., ift tht r birth.lav anni versa i ies
Segundo. Calif." The lady, it teems,
was suffering from great ncivcus
ness. Triner's American Elixir cf
IJitter Wine is certainly
edy in dist ui bances of the digestive
organs, combine 1 with constipation
1'iice $1.K'. At drug stores. Jos
T.iner, Manufacturer, l.".'?:5-l! S
At-hi:' ml Ave., Chicago.
to every sister of j Margaret and Eleanor
T.iner's Liniment does not belong
io th-3 class of ordinary liniments. I
is tti'ong and penetrating; it .relieve.-.
pair.--, ro matter where seated. Price
2 or 50e bv mail o- or (0c.
in the' tnoper manner, and they suva
diil. Various games, amusements and
ron: s. which children delight in. v.v: e
i gr-od rem- j jn(HVed in and weie c-i-teied v-.'c w'
intere.-t and enihusia.-m by the thd
dren, which jrodaced mivh fun. froilc
and a genuine good time. A, a i.
ve: ient time the little giv--t we-.:
;erve-d a lovely liirthday luncheon by
Mrs. Vete-nik. At v. late hour tha
I'tt'e "dies departed for their homes,
very ti.f.l. but having enjoyed th m
stlves to the utmost and spent a ve y
SCHOOL BEGINS IN
And reliable con -truction of all kinds
cf work, get your figures from the ex
perienced Carpenter and Euilder.
L. G. Larson. S-30-lv. k-dw.
Pastel Art Work Display.
happy afternoon. The lit-tle guests
kfc many pretty lit Lie gifts with little
Misses Margaret and Eb-anor Vete
srdk. which will be coi-.-tant reminders
cf this event. Those innttem'anoe
were: P.essie Holly, Leo:.n Hudson,
Leona and Vesta Ilummei field.. Helen
Libv'rs-hal, Catherine Novotny, Luurt
Grassman, Margaret and Eleanor
Veiesnik, Theresa Libershal.
See the display in the south window , trra nlfrZZ VFZl CtZ
cf the Gol elman Taint Store on North UIj., 5(iCsmL5r Ui
Sixth street. Will give lessons if
sired. J. H. Neafus. 8-30-lw-ltw.
Everyone reads the want ads.
rase f 4'tarrti Uut
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Flail's f'nrr'i IVin-
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Veil Int.-ri i
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pple packing in this .section is
in foil bl .st ns the firm of Mr.
umile of 'i'ai'Jr, Mo., is on te
job with a lartre foice of men, in kok-i-ig
i-.f;'fcr . tl.i packing and putting
aw. of the e'-oi-rr.ou.-; crop in this see
lion e;f Cass county. Tiiere have been
i'v:-A o'vhards secured that will
L- i; g o' hundred-; : nd thousands of
banc's e.-f !cs to bo pucl.ed. The
v. .! has been has d tapped in a way
f- tb ii :i cnrlo-.-d of b irre's
vire i to Mr. Hurdle was switclieel i
e-.do ti-e rdi.s.i ui r.'.iific branch
to Nehawka and it will mean
The schools of ths city will swing
open their c'oors on Monday, Septem
ber 1.'!, and the youth of the city will
be . rU:rted in on the fall and winter
srhool work without delay. In order
that the younger children can be kept
off the streets at night and to allow
them to get into their studies the cur
f .v crdinar.ee of the city will be en
forced to the strictest letter of the
i i u ...k :,.! i.i. ..t Q
d, I KJ V- I j rv in nit . 1 .. . .v. fc...
in n-etfr,. the barrels here from ' T. .. r, . ... . ., .
, ,, , . iof Ponce Barclay will see that the
IL. I-liliU!" nei" inn .. ,. , .1.. K
Oielinance is uvea up ui u toe .uuns
!'3 go .. ci.ing his supply of apples
:;:nt since then has made a trip to
Europe, diVpcsing of his stock of fruit
:a:d was in Enirland last summer just
a few days before the war was de
clared between the nations of Europe".
REMOVING THE OLD
IRON GASLIGHT POSTS
Frmn V'wlni'siiays l'at'v.
The old iron gas litrht post
for the pa-t tliir'y years or more have
b-;rn standing on the street corners in
the busr.ess section of the city, are
be-iiig removed now, after much effort
at different times in the past by the
city, and the light company yesterday
had a fore of workmen
right on the job of taking them up
and removing them out of sight. This
makes a much better-looking street,
as the old ha'f-dismantled posts
standing on the corners year after
year, have certainly not added any
thing to the looks of Main street.
YOUNG MEN'S SHOES!
THE way Our Shoes come across
with all the down-tothe-minute
styles has made a hit with Platts
They rf-present the finest grade of
Shoe-making and best materials.
Every man who wears a pair, says
they're worth the money.
Ask to see the nobby Young
Men's styles in patent colt, gun
metal and swdl tan leathers.
They really are "different!"
34, 54.50 and $5
-Fefzer Shoe Oo.-
The following, taken from the Ne
braska City Pre-.? of yc-derdr.y, tells
of a m-'st ur fortunate accident that i
befell Mrs. Edwin Shociv-ker of near!
NeVrwka, and which wnl confine her
to kcr home for some time and the
r ows of the acrider.t will be learned t
wiih the greatest regret:
'.Mrs. Edwin Shoemaker, residing
near Nehawka, was seriously injured
n Sunday when she fell in' climbing
the cellar stairs at her home with a
hnif-gullon glass fruit jar in her hand.
She suffered a severe cut on her face) Wa,j pant,r Clearance Sale; 2 and
nr.d nor left arm was baniy cut irom ,Q cent rejlIction. Gering & Co.
the broken glass. Sne was placed in
an automobile and rushed to a phys
ician who, dressed the wounds. It re
quired -twelve stitches- to close the
wound on her face and seven on the
II. J. Meisinger of near Cellar
Cievk was here today for a few hours
looking after si.me matters of busi
ness with the merchants.
Irs. Shoemaker was entertaining
a large number of relatives on Sun
day, including her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry lleesch of this city, ar.d
the" accident occurred while she was
rr.kir.g some canned fruit from the
cellar for the neon meal.
"Word received from the Shoemaker
home last evening was to the effect
that the injured woman was resting
as well as coLilel be expected."
See the kinds of fancy stationery,
the latest up-to-date, and sure to
pleae, at the Journal office.
people as he has had numerous re
quests from parents of children who
are in the habit of loafing on the street
late at night after the hour that they
should oe at home and the parents
cl.dm they are unab'e to do anything
with the children and it will be up to
the police to see that they do not
linger on the streets after the blow
ing of the curfew. Young girls as
well as boys seem to be offenders in
this matter of staying down town later
than they should and this will be
checked by the police in the futurfj.
The ordinance is a good one and its
enforcement will meet with the ap
proval of a large majority of the cit
izens as a move that is badly nee'ded.
Miss Kittie Cummins, Piano Teach
er. Fall term begins September 6,
Mrs. Barney Eardwell and .children
of Lincoln arrived last evening for a
few days visit here with Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Ilerold and family.
G rover and Robert Will were among
those going to Omaha this morning to
spend the day looking after some mat
ters of business in that city.
Kosencrans & Bonner will run an
other excursion to Chase county on
Monday evening, September 12th.
Watch for further announcements.
Come to The Journal for fine stationery.
Visits Here for a Time.
Last evening Sheriff A. A. livers of
Lancaster county and wife and Frank;
E. Cretn, both old-time Plattsmouth'
residents, motored down from Lincoln;
and spent a few hours in the city with
old friends before returning to their j
home. Mr. Hjers was called here to ,
look tfter some stolen cattle which
were thought to be in this county, and
took the opportunity to drop in to this
city to visit old friends. j
Scholars in shorthand and typewrit
ing. Tuition, $2 per week. Call at
hoome of Miss Alma Waterman.
View the fine line of fancy station-;
ery at the Journal. We can fill the
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rr;jay Wecloming of Delegates.
Saturday Turning all clay, and big dance in the even
ing. Sunday Parade at I o'clock and meeting of Omaha
Special Train. Turning in the afternoon;
dance in the evening.
Monday Business meeting of Delegates and Con
testants in the afternoon; dance and band con
cert, and general good time for all.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
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