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PLATTSMOUTn SEMI. WEEKLY
THURSD Y, JANUARY fi. 191C
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Before taking inventory we desire to reduce our
stock of Outing Flannels, and will offer to you our entire
10c Outing Flannels at 8c
This stock consists of excellent patterns in both
light and dark.
This sale is subject to stock on hand.
SPECIAL ON WOOL FLANNEL.
Our Regular 65c and 75c Wool Flannel for 49c
These flannels are just the thing for child
ren's dresses, petticoats, etc., and come in dark
colors. You will find these good values.
H. RL SOENNICHSEN,
Call Phones 53 and 54
The Daylight Store
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
"UNDER COVER" AT
ALVO NEWS ITEMS
LOST Sunday, December 2Cth, be
tween Mrs. Kate Oliver's residence
on Third and Vine streets, and the
M. P. Station, a bar pin with cameo
setting. Finder will confer a favor
by leaving same at this office.
Social Yorkers to Meet.
Meeting of Junior Guild.
The Social Workers will
all-day session Wednesday,
19th, at the home of Mrs. F.
south of this city.
Masquerade at K. S. HalL
There will be a mask ball given at
the K. S. Hall on Saturday evening,
January 8th. A good time is in store
for. everyone and cash prizes will be
offered for costumes.
See the kinds of fancy stationery,
the latest up-to-date, and sure to
please, at the Journal office.
The Junior Guild met at the home
of Misses Gretchen i-nd Marie Don
nelly on Tuesday evening and a full
attendance was present and a great
deal of work for the iming year was
planned. Aside from the monthly
business meeting in the evening they
meet every two week-? for work, be
ginning next Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. T. P. Livingston. All
younger members are cordially invited
A play of adventure, a play of mys
tery, a play of thrillr. these phrases
accurately describe '"Under Cover,1
Rod Cooper Megrue's exciting modern
melodrama which, 'direct from a run
of one whole year at the Cort IhcMer
New York, Selwyn &. Company will
present at the Parmele theater to
morrow (Friday) ni-ht. Every now
and then the cry is raised that "rr.elo
drama is dead" only to have a play o
this character which is plausible, grip
ping and maintains a consistent love
interest come along and establish it
self securely as one of the popular
.1 T 1
successes 01 tne season, oust sucn a
play is "Under Cover." It appeals to
the imagination, to the love of ad
venture, and it reveals a battle of
wits between the pursuer and the
pursued. In ''Under Cover" the pur
suer is represented by the United
States secret service and the pursued
by a smuggler who has brought a
necklace valued at $200,000 into this
country without paying the necessary
dutv thereon. The story maintains
its interest from first to last and its
final curtain denoument is so unex
nected that the audience sits up in
astonishment. As is the rule with
Selwvn productions, an excellent cast
has been provided for "Under Cover.
For a Few Pennies.
Meeting of Sunday School Hoard.
There will be a meeting of the of
ficial Sunday school board of the
Methodist church this evening at 7:30
at the church. All members are urged
Auto Livery, Day and night service.
Tel., res, 229-W; office, 168-W. Over
Manners' garage. 12-28-2wksd
(grand Euask Ea
-given at the
Saturday Evening, Jan. 8th
FIVE CASH PRIZES
Gents 50c Spectators 25c
LacKes 25c Children 10c
Music by the Plattsmouth Orchestra
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
It seems incredible that, for a few
nennies. someone would risk the
health and even the life of his neigh
bors. But in offering you a somewhat
cheaper imitation in place of a gen
uine remedy, your health and life is
endangered. When buying Triner's
American Elixir of Bitter Wine, you
know what you want and why you
want it. Insist upon getting the gen
uine article. Triner's American Elixir
of Bitter Wine is a good, safe prepara
tion for constipation, weakness,
nervousness, anemia rnd for many dis
eases of the stomach. It will increase
the appetite and aid digestion. Price
S1.00. At drug stores. Jos. Triner,
Manufacturer, 1333-1339 S. Ashland
Muscular rheumatism will be quick
ly relieved if you will rub the painful
parts with Triner's Liniment. Price
25 and f0c, postpaid 35 and COc.
A gent's gold watch. Finder will
confer a favor by leaving same at this
office and receiving reward.
T. . POLLOCK
Office and Salesroom
Tel. No. 1. PlatUmoulh
ZD BIG CLOSING OUT SALE OF C
Fumitoro, (Sarpets and Digs!
We are NOW closing out our entire line of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs in the mas
sive stock of M. Hild, at a discount of 25 pzx cent. Everything in this great stock
will go at these prices. This is one of the finest lines of House Furnishings goods
ever offered to the public at such prices. Remember this is a bonafide 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 THIRTY DAYS!
If you need Furniture or Household Furnishings of any kind, or will be in
the near future, this is certainly the time to buy. Remember this sale is for
The Furniture EVJan
9 Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Miss Alta Linch was in Lincoln
George Hall was a Lincoln visitor
Mrs. P. J. Linch is on the sick list
L. Lauritsen is invoicing his store
Mr. Lauritsen wis in Omaha on
Albert Taylor, who has pneumonia
is getting better.
Miss Gravce Bailev was an Omaha
deorge Jskiles of M unlock was in
Castle .Shaffer was in umana on
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Casey were visit
ing in Lincoln Tuesday.
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer was transacting
business in Lincoln Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stroemer were
shopping in Lincoln Monday. '
John Murtey has bought an interest
in a lumber-yard at Alurdock.
Noel Foreman was hunting rabbits
in South Bend one day last week.
.ir. ana .Mrs. ii. nornameier were
Omaha visitors New Year's day.
Mrs. A. I. Bird was visiting friends
and relatives in Lincoln Wednesday.
Mr. Weideman was transacting busi
ness in Omaha Thursday and Friday
A small child of Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Christiansen ha3 the pneumonia
Miss Ulancne Moore visited over
New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mr. Bause is slowly improving.
Mrs. IJause s sister, or kelson, is
Miss Rose Anderson of Weeping
Water spent New Year's with Miss
Miss Georgia Trumble and Miss
Sadie Dullenty were New Year guests
at the William Casey home.
Mrs. Iscla Kennedy visited several
days last week with her sister, Mrs.
II. P. Young, at Ashland.
Rev. Frank McMihon of Omaha
isited his cousin, Mrs. William Casey,
from Monday till Wednesday.
Mrs. S. C. Phillips of University
Place is spending tha week with her
daughter, Mrs. Isola Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCurdy have
moved into the Barry property, which
ha3 been lepaired since the fire.
Judd Weaver, who i.? working in the
Linch garage, spent New Year's day
with his parents at South Bend.
Mrs. Oscar Cash came in Sunday
morning irom KocKiord to visit ner
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenow en
tertained at dinner New Year's, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Miller and family.
Mrs. L. D. Mullen and daughter,
LaNita. were shopping in Lincoln
Tuesday and Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. Small entertained Mr. and
Mrs. George Curyea at dinner New
Cear's day at the home of Miss Belle
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark entertained
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Clark and family, at dinner New
Frank Rathbun came in last week
from Gordon, Neb., to spend a few
weeks with his bro"ther, Walter Rath
bun and family.
Several of the young foks gathered
at the home of Mr. anl Mrs. Ray
Clark Friday evening to watch the ad
vent of the New Year.
Mrs. Dale Boyles returned Monday
evening from a week's visit in Lincoln
with her mother, who has been quite
ill, but is improving at this writing.
Mrs. L. E. Bobbitt and daughter,
Hazel, returned to their home in Lin
coln Sunday evening, after having
spent several days at the Foreman
Mrs. George Braun returned last
week to her home at Dallas, N. D.,
after having visited some time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
The Misses Esther and Anna Rasp,
Leah Miller and Mildred Wagner and
Ralph Wagner left Monday evening
for McPherson, Kansas, to attend
school. , -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Casey entertained
at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan
and family, Mr. Marion Carr and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Moore and daughter,
The Misses Taylor and their broth
ers have moved into the Wolfe prop
erty, formerly occupied by R. W.
Stewart, who has moved into Miss
Ethel Stewart's' property in East
Mrs. George Bobbitt of Morehead,
Kansas, surprised her parents by get
ting better and coming home on Fri
day; so the Bauses had a family re
union with the exception of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curyea and
daughter, Lillian, ate New Year's din
ner with Mrs. Curyea's father, Mr.
John Wood, and sister, Miss Grace
Wood. Miss Wood returned home with
them, visiting until Sunday evening.
Mrs. L. Lauritsen and son, Floyd,
accompanied the former's mother,
Mrs. M. A. Hull, and brother, Roy
Hull, to Lincoln Friday, on their re
turn trip to their home at Ruskin, af
ur having spent several days here
with Mr. and Mrs. Lauritsen and chil
MRS HARRY WILCOX IS SE
VERELY BURNED BY HOT LARD
Mrs. Harry Wilcox was injured in
a very painful manner at her home in
this city on Tuesday, when a glass
jar in which she was -ealing some hot
lard exploded, and a? a result the hot
fluid was thrown over her persons,
burning her on the face somewhat and
a part of the burning grease ran down
under her clothing over one shoulder,
burning it quite badly. The clothing
was torn away as quickly as possible
and the hot fluid removed, but not un
til she had been burned very severely.
The suffering of the lady was mo.t in
tense for some time, tut she is some
what better now and the injured por
tion of her body yielding to treatment.
although it is still very painful and it
will be some time before she i.; en
tirely over the effects of the unfor
Don't worry along with an uncomfortable,"
rnttlcM-lap set of irons. "Why should you?. A
good nierlianic insists upon having good tools.)
A good housewife should do the same.
ASBESTOS fSAD" IRONS
are good tools. They are perfectly "adapted foi'
the work whieh they are designed to do.
Here Are Some of Their Special Features:
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Republican Mass Convention.
Hold Heat a Long1 Time
Are Comfortable to Use
FOR SALE BY CJ
Bestor & SvafeK
South Sixth Street
The republicans of Cass county will
meet in mass convention at Weeping i
Water on 1 uesdav. January 11th at
10 o'clock a. m. All republicans urtrfd
to be present. Dr. E. W. Cook, Chair
man. (J. L,. Listen, Secretary.
The annual meeting of the Farm
ers .Mutual l ire and Live Stock In
surance Company of Cass County, Ne
braska, will be held at the Taylor
school house, ii Plattsmouth Precinct.
on Saturday, January 8, 1916, at 1:30
o'clock p. m. to elect officers for the
ensuing year and transact such other!
business as may legally come before
the meeting. J. I FALTER. i
1 Tl n
Money to loan on city real estate by
the Plattsmouth Loan & Building
Association. See T. M. Patterson,
How cold is it? A good Ther
mometer will tell. Grod ones for sale
at WEYRICII & HADRABA'S.
I Ziickweiler Lutz !
We have on hand a good showing of 9x12 Rugs suitable for living rooms, bed
rooms and offices in Brussels and Axministers, prices reduced for quick clearance.
Prices now on 0x12 OuaHty Hugs:
$13.05, $13.25, $14.40, $17.75, $17.10, $18.00, $19.80, $20.70
$22.05, $22.50, $24.30, $27.00 and $27.90.
Small Rugs, ranging in sizes 27x54, 36x60 and 36x72 Axministers, all
wool, prices now $3.25, $2.65, $2.95 and $3.65
Small Rag Rugs, sizes as above washable especially suitable for bed
rooms prices now $1.15, $1.40, $1.50 and $1.95
Hall Runners and Stair Carpets, excellent patterns, per yd 50c, 90c and $1.15
39-inches wide: light plaids
in clean patterns, good
weights and exceptional
values for 65c and 75c, are
now selling for, yard
Stunning new plaids and
good looking conservative
patterns, 56-in wide, yd
Navy and white and black
and white salt and pepper
pattern, wool mixtures, 56
inches wide, unusual bar
gain, now for yd
Beautiful colorings in ex
tremely heavy weight ma
terials, just right for Winter
Coats; 56-inches wide, yd
$1.39 to $2.29
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