The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, November 22, 1915, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
PAGE 6. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915. PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. 4 I I f? f fa f X i H Your Doves are one of the most important itemsof your dress. We carry the following styles in a variety of colors: . "Amiree' high-grade kid. short glove $l..r) "Dependon" 4i " 1.00 Dog Skin Gloves, brown only 1.25 Cashmere, silk lined, extra heavy, 50 Fabric Gloves, in white on Short Silk Gloves, black and white 50 We have everything in Children's Gloves and Mittens in prices ranging from 10c to .05 I. Our Line of Holiday Goods are Arriv ing Constantly. New Things all the Time! We will be glad to assist you in selecting your numerous gifts. H.C3.S0EN Call Phones 53 and 54. The Da) light Store 9 Get your chrysanthemums for ! Stray td. Thanksgiving Day at the sale which a c0v. part Jersey. Dehorned, the Q. Z. society will hold at th- nas halter on. Anyone knowing any- Warga & Schuldice store Wednesday, November 24th. thing of its whereabouts call 'Phone No. 3il8-V. 11-22-tfd JParmele "Theatre! JU ' " - HI III H HI 'WHERE EVERYBODY GOES. Wednesday, November 24 Big Time Vaudeville Wright, Hall and Worth the Dancing Bugs Shecks Hass Rope Swinging Novelty AND THREE REELS OF FIRST-RUN PICTURES Armstrong & O'Dell a Vaudeville Highball Ernest AIvo Troupe comedy Bar Gymnasts SPECIAL NOTICE Only one show will be pivpn, starting at 8:30. Seats will be reserved. Prices: Crallery liie, balcony 2."c, parquet 2.1c, dress circle 3oc. Seats on Sale at Weyrich & Hadraba's. Tuesday, 9A. M. COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST LOLA KINNAMON This morning a complaint was filed in the county court charging ( Lola Kinnamon with assault on the person of his brother, William Kinnamon, on Saturday. November 13th, and for which the defendant has been confined since the trouble awaiting the outcome of the injuries of William Kinnamon, The defendant entered a plea of guilty to the charge and received a fine of $25 and costs, which he arranged to fettle and was then released and given his liberty. The case showed that the affair was not entirely one-sided and the court accordingly made the fine as light as possible under the circum stances, as Lola seemed to have con siderable provocation in the matter of the fight. SUDDEN DEATH OF GUY PATTERSON NEAR ROCK BLUFFS ( Yesterday morning at his home at Rock Bluffs. Guy Patterson died very suddenly as he was engaged in chang ing his clothes, and in a few seconds after he was stricken with heart fail ure he was beyond all human aid and passed very peacefully away. Mr. Patterson had not been in the best of health for some time, as he had been suffering from a complication of troubles which finally culminated in the attack of heart trouble which caused his death. He has been making his home on a farm near Rock Bluffs with his brothers, Robert and Chase Patterson, and assisting in the care of the farm as much as was possible in his poor health. The deceased young man was born at Rock Bluffs thirty-two years ago and has since made his home there al most his entire lifetime, and his death has brought a sharp pang of grief to the many friends who have known him since childhood. To mourn his death there remains the father, Fred Pat terson, two brothers, Robert and Chase Patterson, and two sisters, Mrs. Will Baker and Mrs. Ed Baker, all of whom reside at Rock Bluffs with the exception of Mrs. Ed Baker, who makes her home in Omaha. j The funeral was held this afternoon at 1 o'clock from the late home, the services being conducted by Rev. Hutchman, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Murray, and was attended by a large number of the old friends and neighbors. The interment was made in the Young cemetery near the old home, and over the grave the sor rowing friends strewed flowers in memory of the kindly young man gone j from their midst, who had been highly esteemed by those with whom he came in touch. I EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS AT FANGER'S STORE Remember that the Fanger Depart ment Store Retiring From Business Sale is now going on, and every day you are losing money by not purchas ing your winter goods at this store. Here you will find Millinery, Dry Goods, Gents' and Ladies' Furnish ings, Boys' and Men's Clothing, Shoes and Rubber Goods that are going at almost your own price. The time is limited when you can buy these goods at this price. 1 BIG CLOSING OUT SALE OF C 3 9 Furniture, Carpets Ss Rugs! We are NOW closing out our entire line of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs in the massive stock of M. Hild, at a discount of 25 per cent. Everything in this great stock will go at these prices. This is one of the finest lines of house furnishing goods ever before otiered to the public at such prices. Remember this is a bona fide saving to you of 25 per cent, on any article in the house. Good clean stock to select from. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS! If you need Furniture or Household Furnishings of any kind, or will be in need in the near future, this is certainly the time to buy. Remember this sale is for CASH ONLY! M. IrODL The Furniture Man 9 Plattsmouth, Nebraska HE METHODIST REVIVAL CLOS ED LAST NIGHT Morning and Evening Services At tend by Large Audiences and Much Interest Manifested. The series of revival meetings which have been held at the Method ist church for the past four weeks, drew to a close yesterday with sev eral most interesting meetings, and CHARLES S. STONE TO TAKE CHARGE CF COLORADO BANK This morning: Charles S. Stone de parted for Waldron, Colorado, where he is closing the details of the pur chape of the Bank of Waldron, which he has been negotiating: for for some time. This is one of the be.-t banks in that section of Colorado and should prove an excellent investment for Mr. Stcne, who is a bright and keen young business man with years of experience in this line of financial work. Mr. Stone was for several years in charge of the Murray State bank in this coun ty and also of the Eank of Yampa, of Yam pa. Colorado, and is a gentleman well qualified to take charge of any which stimulated greatly in awaking j financial institution, and his genial religious spirit of the city which has been greatly aroused since the com mencement of the meetings. The pas tor of the church, Rev. F. M. Druliner, has devoted all of his energy and ef forts to these meetings and the good they have accomplished is a pleasing matter to the minister and his as sistants, and in fact there has not been any series of religious meetings in this city that have resulted in the success of the present one. Over 100 conversions have been made at the church anil the efforts of the minister have borne even greater results in the interest and renewed efforts of the members of this and other churches. Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock a men s meeting was held at the Methodist church which was largely attended and the auditors were given a benefit of a sermon of strength and force, which applying to the audience pointed out to them the necessity of the man taking the religion into his life, the text being, "I do the way of the earth, see thou are strong there fore and show thyself a man," and the sermon was one of the best that has been delivered during the meet ings, and its truths were brought home to the audience. At a special number at this service Mrs. E. II. Wescott sang the old familiar song of faith, "The Ninety and Nine," while a trio consisting of W. G. temperment and courtesy makes him one with whom it is a pleasure to transact business. The people of Wal dron can rest assurred that if he takes charge of their bank there that they will be treated right all the time. WOMAN ENTERS WINE ROOM,. LEAVES WITH WRONG PACKAGE The Corn Husking Season is On! Saturday evening a lady of the city became ouite dry and made entrance to one of the thirst palaces of the city to try and procure some sparkling beverage that. might allay her thirst, :tiid all would have been well in the story if the efforts of the lady had stopped at this, but instead of merely getting the drink she could not resist the temptation of picking up other loose ai tides that weie handy and thereby came her downfall. As she was sitting at a table quiifiin:: the foaming beverage her eyes were at ti acted by a likely looking package of shoes as well as a package cont:in:r.;j some meat wMch had be-n left lying handily by some of the patrons. Vith- B rooks, Jennings Seivers and Don I cut delav, while the owner of tha York, gave a special number. At the evening service the church was filled to its utmost capacity with a deeply interested audience and the miniser spoke from the text, '"If the tree falleth toward the south or to ward the north, i;i the place where the tree falleth there it shall be." In this the pastor pointed out that repentance and conversion were necessary in this life to prepare for the life to come hereafter and that there was but one opportunity to repent and that was in this life to insure forgiveness of sin in the world to come. A special musi- 1 number by a quintette composed of Mrs. E. II. Wescott, Messrs. York. Seivers, Cloidt and Brooks, gave in a most pleasing manner "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," and the male quartet gave "Just Outside the Gate," which proved one of the pleasing features of this service. At the close of the service a number came forward to take a stand for Christ. Rev. H. G. McCluky of the Pres byterian church assisted at both the men's meeting and at the evening service. ww:-:x:--:-.::::-x:-:j- M Relishes L A tasty assortment of Fur- nishing Goods that will whet your appetite to be well and appropriately dressed. Soups A olpnr rrnrrrt 5rn rf fair dnl. 3. Jr ' v.w.. v.. V.V U. . - ing, good value for every nickel X it spent with us. x Entrees A LAMM Suit or Overcoat J f that permits of a dressing of style and elegance, garnished g jr with the flavor, whose quality will linger when the price will X haue become a thing of the g past. v Vegetables All that's seasonable in Men's Wear is on display at our store. Desserts ; foi cva: 1 packages was absent the lady gels up, and depositing the kala for her refreshments, goes out of the building, and incidentally picks up the two packages that had been the object of her scrutiny, and takes them with her. A few minutes later the owner made the discovery that his shoes and meat were missing, and a wail that could be heard far and wide was made over'the loss, and it was a dark mys tery for some time as to where the I ackages had disappeared to until .some of the persons loafing there re ported the fact that the lady in ques tion had made hor getaway just about the time the loss of the shoes and meat was made, and accordingly a lit tle gum shoe work was started to try and unearth the packages, and it was only a few minutes later that they were discovered in the buggy of the lady, and she was later picked up at a dance by the police while in the full enjoyment of the polka and quadrille, and the hard-hearted cops were about to throw her into the lockup when some friends came to the rescue and gave a cash bond of $30, which saved her from the humiliation of having to spend the evening with sorrow in the bastile, and the lady was able to go merrily on with the dance. It will be some time, however, before the lady will try to pull off any other tricks of this nature. NOVEMBER TERM OF DISTRICT COURT CON VENED TODAY The November term of the district court convened irt this city today with Judge Begley presiding, and all the members of the jury panel present to take up their duties. The first case called was that of John Hennings vs. Cam Seybert, et al., in which the plaintiff seeks to re cover $1,000 in damages for arrest made by the defendant while marshal of Louisville. The gerater part of the morning was occupied in selecting the jury in the case, and the twelve men finally selected to try the issues were: II. A. Guthmann, E. S. Tutt, J. B. El liott, C. G. Bailey. J. S. Rough, Henry Ilaslam, Will Wehrbein, M. McFall, F. C. Schoemaker, Ira Bosworth, Teter Campbell, Frank Blotzer. The open ing statements of the attorneys were completed and the taking of testimony well under way. Chamberlain's Tablets. As a tempting after-bit, we de t sire to announce that we will f be open on Thursday morning. This Thankfully provides the 4" f- ,.,:f a stylish outfit for Thanksgiv- . WM. HOLLY -GtNTS' OUTFITTER X ' favor and popularity. Obtainable This is a medicine intended especial ly for stomach troubles, bilicusness and constipation. It is meeting with much success and rapidly gaining in Wc carry a complete line of Pegs, Hooks, Gloves, Mittens, lesSo Telephone 151 South Sixth St. Rings for Everybody! Great Christmas Stock! Bings are the gifts which women like, perhaps best of all. We are displaying the finest assortment of rings that was ever shown in Piatt s mouth. If your mind is made up on any particular stle of ring which we do not hap pen to have in stock we can easily make it up for you. B. A. HcElvvain, t t t T. II. POLLOCK Real Estate Insurance Farm Loans Jeweler, Plattsmouth -HEAR THE GRAF AN OLA X Buick-Dealer Office and Salesroom I LEY BLOCK Tel. No. 1. Plattsmouth Byron Halstead, jr., departed yes terday afternoon for Coolrado Springs, Colorado, where he will visit with his aunt for a short time. A. D. Despain was among the visit ers in Omaha today for a few hours, returning home this afternoon on No. 24. VI I M2S3R 50c All Wool Serges! 8;-37 indie wide in lilack, Navy, Green, Copen hagen, Brown and Red. In face of the increased cost on all woolen goods these values are excep tional. Eiderdown by the ya'rd both single and double fleeced, 3-3S inches wide, in lied, "Gray and white much used ior Bath robes, Children's Blankets, Etc. 60c for yard single fleeced $1.20 for yard double fleeced Blankets and Comforters some interesting values! This season owing to greater efforts, together with early buying, we are able to give better values than ever before. Fine all-wool Blankets in full bed size, handsome plaid combinations in nearly all colors ' $6.50, $8.00 and $9.00 Wool Nap Blankets block or broken plaids patterns, full size, extra heavy quality; colors Pink, Blue, Gray, Tan $1.75 Up to $3.00 a pair Other Cotton Blankets as low as 50c a pair I E. i. WM & lira . Value! - Quality! Service! .j y ..XX-XW i everywhere.