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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1915)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915.
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Every woman can be assured of perfect figure lines if.
she wears American Lady Corsets and just the right
model of American Lady Corsets for her individual fig
ure. The free, lithe, willowy figure is correct. It is
yours if you wear The American Lady Corset war
ranted to wear and not to rust. -
After the corset problem is solved, it is not hard to select your
particular style of dress and the clothes you thculd wear if you use
the Mi-Call Patterns. A "Home Dressmaker" realizes the importance
of a good pattern and a Mi Call Pattern once tried will prove its
merits to you.
Let us assist you in planning your Fall and Winter clothes. Our
line of staple and fancy wcol goods, silks nnd velvets is large and com
plete. You will be sure to be pleased.
We carry one of the best Blanket lines in the country the most exclusive
patterns and positively the best merchandise for the money to be found.
Cotton Blankets, plain colors and fancy plaids, ranging from $1.25 to $3.50.
Wool Blankets. 5-00 to $8.00.
Let Us Show Them to You
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE
Call Phone 53 and 54.
The Dayligh tStore.
HOW TO BE EFFICIENT.
T Nothing1 saps the vitality like kid
ney trouMe. It causes backache,
headache, stiff joints, sore muscle?,
"always tired" feeling:, rheumatism
and other ills- To be efficient, you
must be healthy. Foley Kidney Pills
strengthen the kidneys, help them do
their work of filtering out from the
system the waste matter that causes
the trouble. Sold Everywhere.
John Lohnes in Town.
Everyone reaas the want ads.
John I.ohr.es, one of the worthy
German farmers from the vicinity of
oLuisville, was in the city today for a
few hours visiti-i with old friends and
taking in the sights and took the op
portunity of calling at the Journal
editorial rooms for a short visit. We
were delighted to meet "Uncle John"
and assure him that the latch string i3
always out when he is in this city. Mr.
Ixdines is one of the dyed-in-the-wool
democrats of his section of the county.
A RARE TREAT AT THE
Car Load of Horses for Sale
at Public Auction!
Good young horses, coming 2 and 3 years old, all
halter broke; will make horses weighing from 1,100 to
1,200 pounds. Sale will be held at
Saturday, October 16th
Terms: Six months time will be given, with ap
proved security, with eight per cent interest; 2 per cent
off for cash.
J. S. and C. E. BENSCHOTER.
J. P. Falter, Clerk.
Q. K.. Parmele, Auctioneer.
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
Saturday Night, Oct. 16
Given by the T. J. Sokols
Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free
Music by Holly's Orchestra
Another treat is in store for the
lovers of high-class amusement to
morrow evening, when the Empress
Advance Vaudeville makes its weekly
visit to this city with a bill of excep
tionally strong character. It is seldom
that a small circuit such as the Em
press people have is able to secure
such sterling attractions, and on their
visits here they have given the best
of satisfaction. Tomorrow night their
program includes Jarvis & Harrison,
in tlieir original sketch, "The Man, the
aMdi and the Bench;" Joe Daniels, the
eccentric comedian; Gardener's Mani
acs in a physical culture surprise, and
Allen's original Cheyenne minstrels in
a most pleasing and interesting
sketch, "A Cowboy's Life at Twilight,"
in which they will introduce a number
of high-class musical number and
some refined comedy. The bill from
start to finish is a strong one and well
worth seeing if the patrons really de
sire high-class shows of this type. The
low prices make it such that all can
Dance at T. J. Sokol Hall.
There will be a social dance given at
the T. J. Sokol hall on West Pearl
street on next Saturday evening, Octo
ber ICth, and all lovers of a good,
clean dance are requested to be pres
ent and have a good time. Remember
TWO CHILDREN HAD CROUP.
The two children of J. W. Nix,
Clevealnd, Ga., had croup. He writes:
"Both got so choked up they could
hardly breathe. I gave them Foley's
Honey and Tar and nothing else and it
completely cured them." Contains no
opiates. Cuts the phlegm; opens air
passages. Sold everywhere.
Peter Halmes departed this morn
ing for Greenwood, where he will
spend a few days looking after the
threshing on his farm near that place,
and make arrangements for caring for
the crop. ,
P. II. Meisinger was in the city to
day for a few hours looking after
some trading with the merchants.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by loral application, as they cannot rt-ach th
diaeaaed uitlun of the oar. Thi-ro U only one
way to cure di af ncBH. Mnrt tlif In hr i-imHt iitlnu.
1 al r'medi. Iea f QCK8 is ouhh1 ly an Intiumeil
condition ir id? mucous lining t Uip Eustachian
Tubo. When this tube In Inflame.! you have a
rumbllnr an nnd or lmuerfcrt hearlm and when
It la entirely rloaod Ik-afuraa Is tlie rcmilt, and
' on leas the Inflammation ran be taken nut and
i this tube restored to Its normal condition, hear
) In will be destroyed forever; nine caaca out of
i ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing but
an innamed condition or the mucous surfaces.
We will le One Hundred Dollars for but raao
of DeafneM (cauacd by catarrh) that cannot te
cured by liall'a Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu-
T. J. CHENEY4c6. TolecJo, O. -Sold
by Drngftats, 75c.
Take Hall's ilmUj rills for constipation.
WORK THAT IS VERY FINE
FROM PERU NORMAL.
E. J. Weyrich, of the firm of Wey
rich & Hadraba, the druggists, haa a
collection of photographic enlarge
ments at the store that certainly are
one to be proud of, as they are all the
work of Mr. Weyrich himself and
stands as a splendid advertisement of
what can be secured in the way of the
photographic work by the amateur.
The collection is one that is of great j
interest, as they are mostly of local
subjects, and to those who have been
"snapped" by Mr. Weyrich at some
time the pictures tell the story of
many very pleasant events and are
well worth looking over. There are
twenty-four pictures now on exhibi
tion and he is constantly adding to
the collection and they stand as a
worthy representation of the pos
sibilities of the work of the camera.
C I T R O L A X
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once, uives a most inorougn ana i
The Peru Alumni association is
planning for the annual banquet for
former students of Peru. This will
occur on the evening of Thursday, No
vember 4, at Omaha.
It is hoped that September G will i
be a red-letter day in the history of,
Peru Normal. On this date Miss Arta!
Di aper, of the class of 1113 opened ,
the first rural demonstration school '
affiliated with a Nebraska Normal
school. There are thirty-nine pupils
enrolled in the school and six grades'
represented. The work has opened
evry auspiciously, and Dean Rouse and
Mrs. Crawford, who are supervising
the work, trust that the school may be
ready for observation purposes, and
even for practice teaching, by the
second semester. The children are en
thusiastic and apparently pleased with
the new arrangement. The movement j
is new and way unploted, but the
crying need for such a school makes)
it imperative that the problem be j
The Zbellncr Quartet, which is
recognized as one of the great string
quartets of the world, entertained a
I large and appreciative audience Tues-
We are very fortunate in securingtheagency
for this 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'leir building of these ex
cellent stoves. Our line is now complete.
He sure and see the JHICKS HOT HLAST
that holds lire nearly equal to a base burner.
-:n t i c f n f t rr r flucliirir n n r- in n n
day evening in the opening number of
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed, t , '
sweet and wholesome. Ask
Citrolax. Sold everywhere.
' the lecture course. The committee is
at St. Joseph's hospital.
Come to The Journal for fine sta
to be commended for bringing to us
the opportunity to hear this rare con-
t v T i i ...: a: . ' cert.
afternoon from their farm home ami Keptions were given at the
A J 1 "'I : ..1 U . . r.
were passengers on the afternoon Bur- -'" " vniiuaii i,.u...r
lington train to visit with Jesse Lon? ' :uur,:d.lu "uu" ' -
tne uaptist cnurcn uciooer u . in
vitations were extended to all students
to attend the church of their prefer
ence, and those who responded to the
invitation report a very enjoyable
e vening The? young people appreciate
the effort of the churches to keep in
touch with all students.
Miss Emma St. John spent Friday
and Saturday at her home in Ne-hawka.
At a recent meeting cf tne jiruo"
clas the following tfl:cers wire elect
ed: President, Sidney John -on of
Peru: vice president, Amelia Chard of
P.iock;" secretary, Mary 15oyd of Tren
tc:i: treasurer. Charles Spncht of Al-I'.va'::-;
sergeant-at-arms. Elmer Wil
son of Peru; chorister, Louis I.auf
man of Geneva; pianist, Ruth Redfern
Fifteen students are registered in
the graduate class. Those persons will
receive the Bachelor of Education de
gree within from one to two years.
The following officers have been elect
ed for the ensuing year: President.
Joshua A.dee of Steele City; vice
president, Grayce Teich of Bancroft;
secretary, Minnie Applegate of Peru;
treasurer, Henry Meents of Talmage.
The following from Cass county are
registered for work in the Peru Nor
mall: Nellie Cook. Lillian Dwyer,
Marie Hiber, Gladys McMaken, Edna
Shopp. Plattsmouth; Roy B. Hull,
Murray; Fannie McCarroll, Union;
Etta Schwartz, Emma St. John, Ne
hawka: Arthur Schneider. Gay Lean,
Edith B. Miller, Ruth Miller, Elm
wood; Mildred Snyder, Mynard; Eva
Pickwell, May Pickwell, Murdock;
Minnie Stutt, Avoca.
South Sixth St.
IT'S FUN TO GIVE
A Kollowe'en Party
if you know where to go for
Decorations, Favors and Games
WE CAN SUPPLY
A car of live poultry delivered at
the car, near C, B. & Q. freight depot,
Plattsmouth, Neb., on Tuesday, Octo
ber 10th, one day only, for which we
will pay in cash:
Springs ; .11c
Old Cox r.c
Don't forget the date. We will be
on hand, rain or shine. Can use any
W. E. KEEHEY
in very large variety
The Journal Office
T. H. POLLOCK,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
$950.00, $985.00, $1,485.00
Office and Salesroom Riley Block, 6th St.. Plattsmouth, Neb.
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For tliiti snappy fall weather, we are featuring out
ings in light and dark shades, new assorted stripes
and plaid patterns
well as plain colors,
Lace and Scrim curtains, in OOf-itlM K(l
white, ivory and ecru, per pair OJC lO pT: D Vf
Scrim curtains with Xyluny
8c,10c,12c rtor:.:::...$2.50to4.50 andiip
Short lengths in outing llannels, light and 1F1 g
dark shades, exceptional value, yard.. .. I C
Just received shipment of in. Scout Per-
enles in stnnle natterns. unusual value 1 "i
Something very new in a Scrim curtain with Cretone
overcurtain, made in one peice which saves having
extra curtain rod, comes 44 in. wide. See Ak
them in our east window. Per yard tVC
SILK SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
few plaids; Poplins in plain, stripe and figured effects; all good shades, a lot of them including aq
alues up to $1.00 per yard. For Saturday, price per yard fiJC
have a c
R AND CUFF SETS, new plaid novelties just in. Also or rn
somplete line of the plain white sets. Prices. OUy vt, I ut
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