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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1915)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-TVEESIY JOURNAL.
AH Styles Ranging in price from $1.00 to $3.00
in stock all the time. The Corset icr durability and comfort.
TOM SHERWOOD HAS
SUED THE FRANKLIN
COMPANY FOR $50,000
In Judge English's court in Omaha
has been filed a suit by Thomas Sher
wood against -the Franklin Construc
tion company and the Belt Line rail
road, in which the. plaintiff asks judg
ment in the sum of $50,000 for in
juries received by falling from a scaf
fold at the Nicholas street viaduct,
where he was engaged in painting, on
July 7, 1914. Mr. Sherwood was for
several years a resident of this city
and had been living in Omaha only a
short time when the accident occur
red. He was confined in .the hospital
there for several months as a result of
the accident and is still affected as a
result of the fail. The outcome of the
case will be watched with interest by
the friends of the plaintiff in this city.
AT FAHGER'S STORE
Remember th::t the Fanger Depart
ment Store Retiring From I'usines.5
Sale is now going on, and every day
you are losing money by not purchas
ing your winter goods at this stor2.
Here you wiil find Millinery, Dry
Goods, Gents and Ladies' Furnish
ings, Hoys and Men's Clothing, Shoes
and Rubber Goods that are going at
a'inost your own price. The time is
limited when you can buy these goods
nt this pi ic e.
"THE THIEF" AN IN
TERESTING PLAY AT
THE GEM TUESDAY
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THE DAYLIGHT STORE
will give a play at their, hall on WYst Locust St..
Saturday Evening, Nov. 20
Jck Svec Ceria Napali
(HOW THE SHOEMAKER FOOLED THECEVIl)
Social Dance After the Play
Music by the Plattsmouth Orchestra
Admission 25c Children 10c
DEATH DF K!SS JQSEPHIKE
DBAKE AT MAS9HIC HOME
LADIES OF ST. JOHN'S
AT GUTHMANN HOME
The funeral of Miss Josephine Drake
I was held this afternoon at - o'clock
J fiom the Masonic Home, where thj
I lady has been making her home for
the pu-U few month.-, and the body
: 'aid to re.-t in beautiful Oak Hill cc-me-
' tew. Miss Drake was a native of Ken-
i tucky, where -he was born in Jeffer
' fon county some sovtnty-nine years
i ago, and she entered the Home some
' thinr like a year ago, as she! was in
i.rcr health and had since made hr
, horn.? in the beautiful establishment
j ih:.t the Masonic order has erected
: h.'rs to care for their aged and en
i feel. led members and their families,
, a.".d here, with the bet rnd gentlest
; f care, the lady parsed her hours.
The duulh was due to the complica-'lirr-;
following the advanced age of
; il t patient.
I Mi-;s Drake was injured a short time
j ago when sh fell while doing some
1 wo! k in h-.T rc;om at the Home, and
i bad since bv-H in very serious condi
tion, gradually growing worse until
'eath cam? to he?- relief. She came
1 to the Home from Nebraska City,
whe:e .-die had previously resided.
The home of Mrs. F. R. Guthman-i
j on North Fourth street ws the rcene
i of a very pleasant gathering on Tuji-
iay afternoon, when the ladies of St.
John's church entertained at an af
ternoon coffee. The hostesses were
M'-s. Guthmann and Mrs. Thomas
Walling and they were assisted in
entertaining by Mrs. E. J. Richcy and
Misses Minnie Guthmann and Mar
garet Hallahan. The ladies spent the
time very pleasantly and the refresh
ments seived during the afternoon
were most dainty and delicious. The
attendance was quite large, there be
ing over IOC present to take part in
the pleasant gathering, and the event
i will be most pleasantly remembered
by those fortunate enough to be present.
On next Tuesday at the Gem thea
ter, matinee and night, will be shown
the great drama of Henri Bernstine.
"The Thief," which in its production
on the stage aroused the greatest in
terest and scored one of the greatest
sensations of years. This is the
masterpiece of M. Bernstine, and is
a play whose intenseness grips the
audience from start to finish. The
story is one of the weakness of wom
an and the faithfulness and adoration
of a young man for a woman older
than he. The heroine, a young wom
an of weak character, but with an
infinite capacity for love, has center
ed her affections upon a man of so
cial position. Without beauty or
wealth she has no means of attract
ing his attention, and in order 10
make herself desirable in his eyes, she
steals large sums of money from her
friends with which she buys beauti
ful clothes. The losses are discovered
and the theft laid at the door of a
young man, who knowing the truth,
remains silent to shield her. That
very love which had first led he
astray has ennobled her and strength
ened her character, and in an intense
climax she confesses her guilt, anl
with her lover starts life anew along
the right way. Dorothy Donnelly,
cieator of the role of "Madame X'
appears in the role of the thief.
NOW IS TIME TO GET
AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Everyone reads the want ads.
There will be another old-fashioned The Helpers i f the? Christian chucn
dance given by the Redmen at their v --"ill boh', a Pantry Sale at tho Popular
hall on lower Main street on Saturday Variety Store Saturday, Xovembe;-
evening, November 20th. A good time -"th.
is in store for all who attend. Old-
fashioned music will be provided fo- Come to The Journal for fine sta-
ihe occasion. tionery.
Wren baby surfers with eczema or
; orne itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
way and it is safe for children. f0e a
box at all stores.
Everyone reans the want ads.
I ,1 BIG CLOSING OUT SALE OFiSSS
We are XOV closing out our entire line of Furniture, Carpets and Kugs in the
massive stock of M. Hild, at a discount of tr jier cent. Everything in this great
stock will go at these prices. This is one of the finest lines of house furnishing
goods ever before offered to the public at such prices, liemember this is a bona
fide saving to you of 25 per cent, on any article in the house. Good clean stock to
THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS!
If you need Furniture or Household Furnishings of any kind, or will lie in need
in the near future, this is certainly the time to buy. IJeinember this sale is for
CASH ONLY I
Watch Your Children
Often children do not lt parents know
they arc constipated. They fear some
thing distasteful. They will like lcexall
Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes
like Bugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
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A tasty asfortment of Fur- g
j nishing Goods that will whet f
your appetite to be well and
? appropriately dressed.
A clear concoction of fair deal- ?
ing, good value for every nickel X
spent with us. j
A LAMM Suitor Overcoat
that permits of a dressing of
style and elegance, garnished
with the flavor, whose quality
will linger when the price will
haue become a thiDg of the
All that's seasonable in Men's
Wear is on display at our store.
As a tempting after-Mtwe de
sire! to announce that , we will
be open on Thursday morning.
This Thankfully provides the
opportunity for you to secure
a stylish outfit for Thanksgiving.
The Furniture Fsfian
j Plattsmouth, Nebraska j
This cold snap of the past few days
oucrht to remind you of the many bar
trains that you can now find at the
Fan pre r Department Store Retirin
From l'usiness Sale. It no doubt re
minds you of the fact that you are in
need of the goods, and here we want
to tell you again that you can save
more money by buying at this store
now than ever before, for we must sell
the entire line within the next few
days, or we will be compelled to move
all that remains. We prefer to lose
money now in preference to moving
the goods at a greater loss, and this
is your opportunity to gain and save
many dollars in your winter pur
chases, and at the same time supply
your entire family with their winter
wearing apparel. Bear in mind that
this stock will be at your disposal
only a short time longer. We have
been selling this line very rapidly, but
it takes time to dispose of such an
enormous stock of goods.
The Cora Husking
Season is On!
We carry a complete line of
South Sixth St.
Under All Circumstances.
In every sickness it is essential to
uphold the vital strength of the pati
ent under all circumstances. If the
strength is steadily decreasing there
is very little hope for recovery, but,
if we can stop this deprease and start
some increase, we should never lose
hope. One of the most dependable
remedies, for the strengthening of the
digestive organs, is Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine, which, in the
first place, will clean out the in
testines from waste matter and keep
them clean, and, in the second place,
will strengthen their muscles to per
form their duty regularly. This rem
edy will aid in cleaning the blood,
strengthening the nerves, improving
the digestion. At drug stores. Price
$1.00. Jos. Triner, Manufacturer,
1333-1339 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago,
To rub the body with Triner's Lini
ment means to banish pains, swellings,
strains, means to strengthen the mus
cles after a violent exercise. Price
25c and 50c, postpaid 35 and 60c.
An Automobile Jack and two
wrenches about 10 inches long; the
wtenches are broad and flat, one used
for removing rims. Lost between the
farm of Mrs. Peter Perry and my
home Monday morning. Liberal re
ward for their return.
Glen Perry, Plattsmouth.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, aa tbpy cannot peach the
dlseawd lotion of the ear. There U only vae
way to c-fre deafness, and that Is by constitution
al remedies. leafnes is caused by an lnnamed
condition of the mucous lining- of the Kustachian
Tube. When this tube is inflamed you naTe a
rumblinn sound or Imperfect bearing, and when
It is entirely closed Deafness la the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal condition, bear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out or
ief are caused br Catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucona
We will ie One riundred Dollars for any case
of neofe (canned by catarrh! that nnnrt be
cured by Hall s- Catarrh ure. -Send w circu
lars, freet p CF1ENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take HU' FisnU rills for conitlptUon,
Great Christmas Stock!
Kings are the gifts which
women like, perhaps best of
We are displaying the finest .j.
assortment of ring's that
was ever shown in Platts-
mouth. If jour mind is made ,.
up cn any particular style of X
ring which we do not hap-
pen to have in stock we can 4
easily make it up for you.
I B. A. ricElwain,
i Jeweler, Plattsmouth
HEAR THE GRAFANOLA f
T. H. POLLOCK
Office and Salesroom
Tel. No. 1.
Table Linens for
Thanksgiving is one of the
special days when the house
keeper displays with just pride her finest Table
This list of a few of our choice numbers will
sutfrTest how complete our stocks and how varied:
72-inch Linen Tulip pattern, yard, $1.00; 18xl8-inch Nap
kins to match, dozen $3.00.
72-inch Linen, yard $1.23; 18xl8-inch Napkins to match,
61x80 Hemstitched Cloth; 18x18 Napkins jjg QQ
64x64 Hemstitched Cover; 18x18 Napkins (jjtj QQ
64x84 Hemstitched Cover; 18x18 Napkins (jjy QQ
81x81 Scalloped Cover; 15x15 Scalloped Napkins Q g Q
to match. Luncheon Set tp7ivr
68-inch Cloth, new pattern, yard 50c
72-inch Linens, yard 75c, 90c. $1.00, $1,25, $1 35, $1 50, $1 75
68x68 Scalloped Cover $485
36x36 Hemstitched Cover 2 50
42x42 " " 300
Napkins "'' -
15x15 Scalloped, dozen $5.00
15x15 Hemstitch, dozen 4.00
154xl52 Tea Napkins, dozen 1-50
19x19 Damask, K dozen 1-00
18x18 German Linen, hemmed ready for use, dozen . . . 2.00
Value! Quality! Service!
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