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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1915)
MONDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1913'
PLATTSHOUTH SHXI-TfTEELY JOURNAL.
ercerized Crochet Cotton c
WHITE, ECRU AND COLORS
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sizes J, 10, 15, 20,25, 30, 40,
50, 60, 70.
ALL THESE SIZES 10c
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sizes 3. 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40,
50, 60, 70, 80.
Colors Light Pink, Dark Pink,
Light Blue, Dark Blue, Yellow
sizes 30, 50, 70.
ALL THESE SIZES 10c
Twelve weeks to Christmas, not a bit too early to be planning
ycur Xmas Gifts. Our new designs in stamped linens, package out
fits, multitdinous pifts that can be made witth the crochet work and
tatting tchultle will solve your problem.
We have an exceptionally good value to offer you in Polish Mops
A $1.00 "Marvel" Polish Mop tagether with a 25c bottle of Cedar
Polish for only 50c. .You can't afford to hiss this one. Everybody
has a rolbh Mop these days.
Call Phone 53 and 54.
The Dayligh tStore.
'. I .lit i i .
Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. II. Yanlandingham
are now nicely located in their new
i few days lorre-
L. Thomas. Etl Weaver i.nd
Mrs. J. W. Gamble came down from
Omaha Sunday to spend
with her daugther. Mrs 11. U 1 r-omas. Etj veaver i.nd family, who have
Mrs. II. N Higgins receive.l the sad i,een spending the summer on the road,
r.ews Monday of the death of her j rcturned home Sunday.
father, who died Sunday night at i,ay- Mrj! Mary E,aacke and Miss Bertha
M.-s I mo Heobner came up from
r ails City Saturday to visit over Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mis.-es t-.thel ana iicnevc-ra r.ougn i aflyr a j.;x wi-ek-i
. I"..: '
cume up i rom rsius i i
spend a few days with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Roueh.
Dr. J. W. Thomas left for Chicago
la-t Sunday, where he will take a
posVgraduate course. Ir. Martin of
Omaha is here taking his place.
Several from this place autoed to
I'lattsmouth last Friday and took in
the sijrhts of the M. P- wreck, which
occurred a few miles north of Platts
mouth. (leorjre Sheldon and wife entertained
Frank Hastings, wife and daughter,
Mildred, of Rutland, Vermont, and L.
C. Todd and wife at dinner Tuesday.
E. A. Kirkpatrick and wife left
Saturday for a six months' visit with
realtives in different states, including
a ;-hort stay at the exposition, and
they will also vi.-it at various points
Mrs. Hans Stoll was a pass3nger to
Omaha Wednesday, where she will
i.-it her daughter, Edna, who is in the
St. Joseph's hospital there.
Dr. IJ. F. Brendel, the county physi
cian, of Murray, came down Tuesday
snd removed the smallpox card from
the home of J. Miller.
Maahs went to Osceola, Neb., Monday
to visit at the Guy Vance home.
Miss Maude .lack started for Wash
in trton, I). C, Wednesday to resume
her work in the Congressional Library,
visit with her folks
Miss Ella Peterson came down from
Lincoln Thursday afternoon to assist
her father in closing up the affairs of
the postoffke, Miss Edith being unable
to assist on account of sickness.
Eugene Setz of Plattsmouth stopped
over in Eagle between trains Saturday
and visited at the A. H. Yanlanding
ham home. lie was on his way to
Talmage to visit relatives for a few
THE WAY TO ADVER
TISE WHEN MERCHANTS
DESIRE TO SELL GOODS
Come to The Journal for fine stationery.
Oliver Bogenrief and family loaded
their personal effects in a car Wednes
day and departed for Avoca, Neb.,
where thsy will make their home. Mr.
Bogenrief will have charge of the sec
tion at that place.
Ed Weaver has leased the lot be
tween the two saloons from the Jake
Reitter estate ar.d will erect a 1(3x28
foot building at once. When complet
ed it will be one of the niftiest little
short order houses in the state.
G. J. Reitter. E. P. Betts, C. E. Bar
lett and C S. Trumble returned home
last Thursday night from their hunt
ing trip in th western part of the
state. W. P. Yoho and son, Darwin,
ar.d Russ Mick returned home Wed
nesday afternoon, their delay having
been caused by wet weather and
Burlington Special Train
Ak-Sar-Ben Electric Parade
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 6th
Leaves Plattsmouth 7:00 p. m.
Returning leaves Omaha at 11:00 p. m.
Join the crowd and take the Burlington Special
to the Ax-Sar-Ben parade.
One of this country's best retail ad
vertising men said that he considered
it just as bad for a store to leave the
public uninformed regarding the mer
chandise as to have the public mis
informed on the same subject.
It has been proven by every good
advertiser in the country that it is
good business, and part of a modern
store's service, to keep the public fully
informed regarding the merchandise
-he store has to offer.
Down at Plattsmouth, Xeb., M. Fan
ger is going out of business. He has
a big department store there. To ad
vertise the eening and the offerings
he takes a big space, about a page and
half, in the Journal. In that space
he tells the people of that community
all about it. He tells them why he is
going to sell out, but that takes up
comparatively little of the space. The
rest of it is filled with details of the
merchandising offers he is making on
That is one of the ads that sells
goods. It is the kind of ad that women
will read. They will follow down
those columns of reading matter, skip
not a paragraph, and make actual or
mental notes of the things they pro
pose to look for when they go to the
The ad could have been strengthened
only by having more of it; that is,
more description and more cuts.
Omaha Trade Exhibit.
THE REST ROOM NO
PLACE FOR CHRONIC
LOAFERS OF THE CITY
T. H. POLLOCK,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
$950.00, $985.00, $1,485.00
Office and Salesroom Riley Block, 6th St., Plattsmouth, Neb.
TELEPHONE NO. 1
For several days there has been re
ports given to the officers of the Com
mercial club of the habit of certain
young girls of the community in con
gregating at the rest room in the
Hotel Riley block for the purpose of
filling "dates" with a number of the
young lads, and this has become so
marked that it has attracted the at
tention of the police, who have been
keeping theireyes on the rest room
for the past few nights and getting in
formed as to whom the regular loaf
ers around the room are. The other
facilities in the room are also abused
considerably, and the police will be
prepared to take it in hand in the
future and deal with the case as it
should be and try and break up the
mischief-makers as far as the rest
ioom is concerned. This room is
maintained for the benefit of the ladies
of the city and the community and it
is not intended that it shall be a
camping place for the young swains of
he town, and the practice will be stop
ped at once.
Rev. D. A. Youtzy and wife, who
have been here visiting with old
friends, departed this morning for
their home at Chester, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANT TO BUY A good, gentle
work horse, weighing 1,000 to 1,100
DEATH OF MRS. LOUISE
DOSE AT AN EARLY
HOUR THIS MORNING
This morning at 5:30, at her home
on Wintersteer. Hill, Mrs. Louis Dose
passed away after an illness covering
some weeks while she had been a suf
ferer from erysipelas, but it was not
thought that her sickness was of as
serious a nature as it proved to be,
and the news of her death was a very
profound shock to her friends when
they were informed this morning that
she had been summoned home by the
Wilhelmina Bohmer was born July
26, 1854, in Lemgo, Lippe-Detmold,
Germany, and there she spent her girl
hood years, and in 18C8 was confirm
ed into the German Reform church, of
which she continued a member until
her death. In 1S81 Miss Bohmer
c-ime to America and located at Platts
mouth, where she was united in mar
riage on September 21. 1882, to Mr.
Louis Dose, and here they have made
their home since that time. Mrs. Dose
has been a very energetic and faith
ful member in the Ladies' Aid society
of St. Paul's Evangelical church an 1
her death will take from the circles of
that organization one of the most
highly esteemed members. Besides the
husband, one sister is left to mourn
the death of Mrs. Dose, Mrs. Sophia
Schlater, of near Murdock.
The funeral of Mrs. Dose will be
held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 at
the St. Paul's church, and the inter
ment made in the cemetery west of
THE STORK LEAVES A BOY
AT THE JAMES JONES HOME
On Saturday evening a very pleas
ant visitor arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. James Jones in this city, in
a fine new ron and ehir, and the young
man tipped the scales at seven pounds
and is as fine a little lad as can be
found in the city. The new addition to j
the family has been a most pleasing j
occasion to Jimmie, and the mother j
and little one are doing nicely. i
ANOTHER PARTY OF
FOR CHASE COUNTY!
Last evening another party of lanl-i
sp; V-rr; V.f.;id-d lv W. V.. Roeiicrans I
of this city, W. T. Bonner of Imperial,1!
and William Deles Dern-r of Elm-'
wood, departed at 7 :-!." for Omaha. ' j
from where they traveled in their own I
private car over the Burlington to
Imperial, ar.d will spend a fjw days1
th?-'i in looking over t1
We are very fortunate in securingtheagt-ncy
for t h irf famous line of heaters and cast ranges.
Their line of stoves are known the world over
and hardly need any mention as to quality and
material as is used in t'(eir building of tlu-s- ex
cellent stoves. Our line is now complete.
Bh sure and s-e the BUCKS HOT BLAST
that holds fire nearly equal to a base burner.
AMOUNT OF FUNDS
RAISED FOR STATE
TAXES IN CASS GO,
.and and '
i - j t
viewi;-'.!' tr.e country, wnu-n is snoK?n t
of very highly by all tho.-e who hav
visited that locality. There were some
twenty-five in the expedition and th?
boys were all anticipating a big time
on the trip ar.d a number expect to in
vest in the land if their anticipations
are justified in the appearance of the
country. These excursions, conducted
by Messrs. Rosenerans and Bonner,
have proven veiy popular with the
residents of this cour.ty? ar.d on their
i levious expeditions there has been a
lage number in the part;. wha were
well pleased with Chase county an !
hc hospitality shown .hem virile they
.-.-'.e ab.-ent on the trip to the west.
Gouth Sixth Gt.
County Clerk Frank J. Libeshal has
preparde the different amounts raised
by taxation into the funds hich the
state requires from Cass county a:nl
INJURES VMS WHILE EELFIS3
WITH THRESIIlflj GUTR
rmz m sot
UML IU IJ
ADOPTED BY EMPRESS
for the l-'atal Stages of
Kidney Illness Profit by I'latts-
niouth People's Experiences.
Advanced V:ui:e ill-
e n e;
th-1 Ern! f-ss
lieh i a j.pear
e eniiiT at th;
ihvid;-d to ar
ia hnr.-Ili : '
Fa'.tTrday Otto Picterr.eit, who va;
r,.i-a're.I in helpititr Aloe! Sr.iir'M
this county will this year contribute to v'-th :i threshing outfit at the home of
the support of the state .')7,84'i.S;'.
and this sum has been apportioned
among the different funds as follows:
State general fund $.'4,875.83
University fund 8,500.20
State aid bridge fund S50.03
Special university fund ... 0,271). 72
State normal school fund.. 7,230.23
The state levy this year was six and
eight-tenths mills and that of the
county ten and two-tenths mills, mak
ing a total of seventeen mills for the
purpose of running the county, and
making the annual contribution to the
taxes of the state. The sum raised for
the purpose of keeping Cass county
going totals $80,761.25. A great deal
of the money raised by the state goes
to the maintainence of the education
al institutions, such as the university
and normal schools, and $22,1 10.25
represents this county's part in aiding
the cause of education.
Fritz Siemoneit, jut we.-t ot tr.:.; ci.y,
met with a very painful accident when
he had his left hand injured in the
handling of the grain to and from the
machine, and it was r.ece.-sary to have
the injured member dressed by a
surgeon, but he is getting along nice
ly with the injured hand.
C. II. Vallery anil wife departed this
morning for Omaha to vi.-it for a hcrt
time with friends and relatives.
We have received our shipment of
Cinch Gopher Traps and will now be
able to furnish you with as many as
you wish. G. V. EASTWOOD.
G. W. Ilirz was among the business
visitors in Omaha today, croing to th.tt
city on the curly Missouri Pacific this
John 1". Vallery and wife of Denver
arrived Saturday afternoon for a visit
in this city with relatives and fiiends
for a short time and were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
i t. Th,- s- .
it? will be ic - .
.-. .. . y v.i-h th
;m. nt to . rr.--..-i
offered at 1-V.
Ocea.-ional attacks of backache, ir
regular urination, headaches and dizzy
spells are frequent symptoms of kid
ney !i--orde!s. It's an error to m-h'tt
these ii.'s. The attacks may pa.-s If
or a tir.ie, but ger.erai!;, return with
greater inten.-ity. I' r.'t delay a inin-
r.egin taking JJouu s kidney
35c. This is a most rcus-r.r-ble ar
rangement of the prico- and the attraction.-;
are well wo.ih till that is
t.shed for them ami more. The pro
gram for the coning Friday is a very
strong one and influu".' the fair on s
Ceci'.ian Sister:- in a it re musical act,
Olive Vail and sister. Doc Dakcr, the
fan-.ous character iing-r, and Ktnney
& I-ii France, r.cioba'.ie roller .-hata
dancej-s. " '
kep up their use until the
t J re.-idls are ( I'teined Goo 1
: in Plattsmouth proves the ef-v-
ne.-s of this great kidney
I.ouie Kroehler, prop, hardware
st'jre. Elm tt: C'.;t, Pl-itt smouth, says:
l-I had rains in my back and I was ;-o
lame th:;t I couldn't stoop. My Kid
ney were weak. I had a tired, languid
feeling all the time and headaches
were common. I got Doan's Kidney
Tills at Gering & Co.'s Drug Store and
they foon relieved me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Kroehler had. Foter-MiHnim
Co., Prop.-., Buffalo, X. Y.
The Journal delivered at your door
for only 10 cents a week.
John Gauer of near Cedar Creek
was here Saturday for a short time
, . itl.
arranging a (leal in poiaim- -.
Martin Friedrich, as well as looking
after some trading with the merchants.
Deafness Cannot De Cured
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of l.-:fti.-s lr:ill-.l I.V .MMVr'.U t'i: f -nn-1 :
cur. l I"' Hail's Cat.-irrU fur-. f-r .-:ri.ii
by I.k :i1 ii fl-li- :i : i n-. tl-.i
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utilci' t :- :::l.iti.;n:iti -n
this tul- rtsiT.'l
r. J. ciii:ni:y & Co., T. i-
hy !r';n!:!i-ts. T'c.
T::k- Hulls 1-au.U.v l'Jlls f-r emytli-:
t ! in.
Ileniy W. Mayer of Walton, Xeb.,
arrived in this city Saturday for a
short viit with relatives and friends.
Mr. Mayer was a pleasant culler at
this office, and while here had his sub
scription to this paper extended for
Dr. J. F. Brendel of Murray was
here today for a few hours looking
after some matters at the court house.
WHEN iN OMAHA VISIT THE
Brand Ne Show tl RURLESOUH
Clean, C'sij Ent"fJ'-imiit. vrybc6 j Goes: Ask
ntbod L At" ES t-lw iviatinlc daili
DON'T GO "JV-Z 8AYIHG
DIDN'T V!S!T THE GAYETY
Dress Goods of every grade in
fashion' list. Scores of shades, including Oregon
Green, Hague Bine, Prune, Russian Hlue, Nigger
Tlia nair niin11nll 'Intll V.1 I'd !.
X I1U 11U If A vf v. . T J
All Wool Poplins, "
" Gaberdines, "
" Kspringlecloth, "
Beautiful showing of new Silks
all the latest shades in the good selling Poplins,
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
and ChiHVm and Kadiuin Tatfetas, yard
$1.50 and $2.00
&$ihin& Vioes in Short
taS 9k U Oil -
Apron Check Ginghams lor : ''" :
Standard Prints in a good assortment of colors ;
30-inch Itipplette, regular 15c value, for yard 10c
3-inch Long cloth, worth V24c, for yard. c
3-inch Percales and Cambrics, standard 15c value,
for yard 1()c
Serpentine Crepes, L-Oc values, for yard lrc
Red Seal Ginghams for 10c
patterns, for yard ;'T (
Outing Flannels in light and dark shades, worthy
10c. yard -7c
White Shaker Flannel, l'2Jc value, yard
Crashes for ; St'
Rn;n Tft.anle A special purchase of :5 dozen, including two kinds-j QOH
Bargain OWegS onelfringe the other hemmed, 10c values for 1"
NOVEMBER DELINEATORS ARE HERE!
lbs. N. H. Isball. Tel. 31-W.
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