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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1916.
Saturday Evening, Jan. 29th
Benefit Ladies' Turning Club
GIVEN AT THE
K. 8. MALL
West Locust Stseet
Music by Plattsmouth Orchestra
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
The People's Store
Perkins Hotel Building
Fine Line of Groceries,
Meats and Fruits
OPEN FORBUSiaESS TUESDAY
Call and inspect our Grocery and Meat Market and you
will find the Prices Right!
Telephone No. 116 We Deliver
Zf Produce departmen in charge of Frank Forman. The
highest prices paid for eggs, butter and all produce.
Chickens Ilea pound.
3THE MARVEL PHONOGRAPH
W. A. HALL
asss AT8:00O'CLOCK --rv
Thursday, Friday snd Saturday Kighls,
JANUARY 27th, 23fh and 29th
TALKING AND SINGING RECORDS OF
Pictures will be Followed by a Free Lecture on Sunday
January 30th, at 3:00 P. M., at Same Hall
ALL WELCOME NO COLLECTION
CANT LEAVE THE HOSPITAL
FOR THREE WEEKS YET
J. II. Foreman, seriously injured in
the Alvo automobile accident a week
ajro, will be unaole to leave me nos-
Ipital for three or four weeks, accord
ing to Dr. K. B. Finney, his physician.
The right leg was broken in two
places, just above and below the knee.
In conversation with his old friend,
Police Captain Dee, Sunday, Mr. Fore
man discussed the accident. He said
he saw the train in plenty of time
to have saved himself, but that he
would not leave the three girls alone
to their fate. He said he had time to
jump clear of the car before the train
struck but that the girls realized their
peril too late to save themselves. He
reiterated his statement of the night
of the tragedy that his engine went
dead. He had run his car about six
weeks. He said he could remember be
ing hurled against a telephone post
He expressed impatience that he could
not be removed to his home, where he
could be of comfort to his wife. Lin
A 1 A Tl"!","
.?. -T T..T..T.
JOS. KLEIN VERY ILL AT OMA
HA; HIS RECOVERY DOUBTFUL
A message has been received from
Omaha announcing that Joe Klein,
the well known Nebraska insurance
man, and a former resident of this
i city, was operated on yesterday morn
ing at Omaha for a very severe case
of appendicitis and that the operation
was a most serious one. Dr. Millard
Klein, a son, was summoned from
Berkley, California, where he is engag
ed in school work, to be present at his
father's bedside. Th? many friends of
Mr. Klein in this cily will await with
anxiety word from his bedside and
trust that he may show improvement
rnd secure relief from his illness.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Any person having any accounts
against the Fanger Department Store
will please present them for payment
next week, and all persons knowing
themselves indebted to the Fanger De
partment Store will call and settle
rame at once, as next week will be
our last week in Plattsmouth, while
we are packing the goods for ship
ment, and all accounts must be set
tled before we leave or same will be
placed in the hands of our attorney for
collection. This is final, and no
further notice will be given.
M. W. A., Notice!
Wednesday night. January 2Gth, is
our regular meeting night. This will
5e a big night in Woodcraft, it being
the occasion of the consolidation of
Cedar Creek rnd Mynard camps with
Cass camp. Be sure and be on hand.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend our most sin
cere thanks to the male quartet,
Messrs. Roy and Bert Knorr, George
Farley and Rev. McClusky, for the
music rendered at the funeral services
of our lovod one.
Mrs. Theo. Fry and Family.
Junior Guild, Notice!
The Junior Guild of St. Luke's
church will meet with Mrs. F. L. Cum
mins Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. All
members are requested to be present.
BBG CLOSING OUT SALE OF T
Furniture, Sarpsts mi Iskgs!
We are NOW closing out our entire line of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs in the mas
sive stock or 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 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 Close on or Before FEBRUARY 1st
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
M flHfD) The Furniture Man
LTUUUzal jj Plattsmouth, Nebraska
L. R. Upton is again laid up with
the old rheumatism. Yesterday he
was unable to get out of bed.
Miss Mary Iot-tcr came home from
her work in Lincoln Saturday to spend
Sunday with her parents.
Fhil Hubbard, the man who takes
are of the l.ig newspaper press for
the Plattsmouth Journal called on the
leditor last Sundav.
Miss May Clinkinbeard of Des
Moines, Iowa, a sister of Mrs. Myron
Lynde, spent Sunday here visiting
with relatives and friends.
Robert Sherwood of Nebraska City
was a business caller here Tuesday.
Mr. Sherwood called at the Ledger
office for a little chat before he re
I. J. Becker returned from Platts
mouth Monday where lie had been
visiting with his sister, Mrs. Allison,
and attending to other little business
Geo. Barton and Chas. Niday, con
stables lrom this precinct nave re
signed. Their resignations were ac
cepted without argument by the com
missioners last week at their regular
Chas. Morton had the misfortune
of nearly severing the little finger of
his left hand Saturday night, when
trying to cut a piece of beef that was
hanging in the ice box. The meat
dropped while he was cutting it and
the knife slipped, making an ugly
Jack Roddy sold last week his livery,
feed and sales stable here to George
Stites, the rural mail carrier. This
makes the third time the barn has
changed hands since last October. The
barn is the only one here and should
under the proper handling make a
man good money, and here's hoping
that George makes good.
W. B. Banning left these parts for
incoln the first of the week where
he remained all week. We have no
nformation that he is planning to
run," but it looks suspicious to us.
Well. Willie would make just as good
state official and perhaps better
than some of those who are at the
state house at present.
Rev. C. L. Norman and Walter
T'vjsr made a business trip to Iln;-
oou Monday, reisn ung home Tues-
We are sorr to report that Mrs.
C. W. Merriam has l;en on the sick
li-t this week, suffering from an at-
t:ick of the grio .
Dr. Folk was down from Lincoln!
Wednesday. lie was accompanied by
his daughter, Mrs. Ilenrv Shokev. of
Mrs. J. K. Williams of Renfrow,
Pl.lahoma, who has been here for the
j.-aft months vi.itiny with relatives, e:
rests to return h"i'.H- in a lew days.
The girls' basket ball team enter
tained t he v boys basket ball team at
an informal little party on Saturday
evening at the home of .Miss draco
Mrs. Henry Sass and Mrs. A. A
;-chocm:.n v.n-j son, t reIiie, returned
last week from Lawton, Okla., where
they spent the holidays and also at
tended the wedding of Miss Ida
Frampton, daughter of Mr. and Mr.;
Extensive preparations are bein:
made by the management for the leap
year ball to be given at the opera
house on Friday evening, January
tf T..T. .T........
21. Manager Bishop has secured the
well known Jones archestra of Weep
ing Water, which insures the best of
Mrs. Philip Kahler arrived home
last Thursday from an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Black-
v.cll, at Akron, Ohio, and with other
relatives in the east. She reports a
delightful time but was unfortunate
enough to get down with the grippe
i couple of weeks, but with the
he overcome it and v.a-
to enjoy her vi-it.
A. II. Peterson was at Omaha Mnn
i i i a i - , f
uu, wriere ne is iaKing treatment io:
stomach trouble by a specialist. IV e
has been looking "the worse for wear"
for some time and friends had begun
to wonder whether or not he carried
a sufficient amount of life insurance,
but now he is looking a hundred per
ct-nt better and says he feels beltc"
than he looks.
best of care,
A Real Pleasure
when you use the VOSSJ ELECTRIC WASHER. You
can't hardly realize the amount of hard work you can
avoid by using the VOSS ELECTRICjuntil you have
tried one of them.
If yon are interested let us send one up for a trial
washing. We know you will be convinced.
We are always pleased to demonstrate and show this
Prices $38.00 to $70.00
Mis-. L.. M. 1'oiiaru, accompaniei
by Isaac Pollard, isited friends cm
relatives in Lincoln Tuesday.
Walter Brandt and Alvin Klems re
turned to their home in Germantown
Monday after spending several days
with Ost brothers.
Last week fl.iring our cold weather
Thomas Mason, carrier of R. F. I). No.
2, had the misfortune to have his face
frozen rather bad.
X. P. Sheldon and wife, J. J. Pol
lard and wife, R. B. Stone and wife,
R. C. Pollard and wife, were entei-
tained at dinner Friday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George C
Ice harvest has started here and 5r
a few days will be going the limit. A
Detter grade ot ice could be had as
that on the creek is rather dirty, which
is the result of the rain some time ago
Alfred Anderson who is attending
the State University came home to be
present at the wedding of his sister,
Miss Agnes, to Louie Ross, last Sat
urday. He returned home Monday
Miss Olive Illsley, accompanied by
her father, went to Omaha Thursday
afternoon and had her nose operated
upon by Dr. Gifford, after which she
remained at the Methodist hospital
until Monday morning, when she re
The new curtain3 and wings for the
stage of the Auditorium arrived the
latter part of last week and now the
stage is fully equipped with as pretty
scenery as you would wish to see. The
first curtain is very attractive, having
beautiful design in the center and
the advertisements of the businss men
surround it and form a border.
George Chappel who has been very
low the past few weeks passed away
at his home in this city last Saturday
afternoon. He was taken to Lincoln
about two months ago where he re
ceived treatment, but not improving,
he was brought home where he con
tinued to grow weaker and passed
away. The funeral services were held
at the Methodist Epsicopal church,
Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock. The burial
was made in the Mt. Pleasant cemetry.
Special Meeting, K. & L. of S.
There will be a special meeting of
the Knights and Ladies of Security
held tomorrow evening at their lodge
room and a special program will be
given and the work of the lodge will
be given in special chape. All mem
bers urged to attend.
WEEPING WATER. .J.
Doxie McNett took Ids little ron to
Omaha Wednesday to have b m treat
ed for rupture.
Charles Murphy, noith of t'wn, is
fuffering from a badly sprair.e.l ankle.
caused by a fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jamc?cn "eft F; i
day afternoon for California, where
they will spend the re of the winte
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Purl Long and chil
dren of Burwcll, who had been visit
ing relatives in the community for
couple of weeks, returned home Friday
Mrs. II. A. Phillips and daughter
Miss Eva, returned Monday evening
from a week's visit in South Dakota
They said it was so cold up there they
Ern Stoner went t Omaha Wed
nesday morning, whcie he will under
go an operation lor rupture. His
sister, Mrs. Lena Kennedy, accom
panied him. She will visit in the city
for a week in order that she may visit
him at thj hospital occasionally.
Next Saturday Evening,
Everybody Cordially Invited
MUSIC BY HOLLY'S ORCHESTRA
We ofTi-r Ono Iliiinlrod PiiIlHrs Rcwaril for anj
raw of Catarrh Uibt cannot lie curt-d hf Ilalil
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. TchMlo. O.
We. tbo un!'rsli:ueii. have known F J.
TieiieT for tlf lust 13 y-urn. and Im-IIpvh hiui
yerft'ctlv hoimrat'!.' In all Imsliu triiac'iu
and flnnnclnlly able to carry out any uHit;utlii;
made by bis firm.
SAX ItA.Mv 111- I I IM .VI'. It! I"..
Hall's Cat:irrli Oire Is t fcr:i !ntTiial'v. artliif.
fllreeMv ir.i'.i flu- !.:i-d ami luiu'in Mii'f'i'i-s
the HVKt.Mii. IVsMnimiiils nt fr. FrW' f
vnf JMT l.fr
T. II POLLOCK
5 o Farm Loans
Office and Salesroom
Tel. No. 1. Plattsmouth
Mrs. J. II. Cowcls had the misfor
tune to break her arm near the wrist
Wednesday when tho fell while de
scending the stairs "oming from Dr.
Iieed's of?iee in the Meier bui'ding.
She was li;-uis'.-d some, but not serious
ly hurt other than ihe above men
tioned. Peter Miller & So.is. the ice men,
commenced filling their ice house Mon
day. They nic working thirty men
pnd are harvesting a crop of 15-inch
ice which is said to be of good quality.
If the present weather conditions con
tinue there will be ice for all this year.
Mrs. Hazel Cappen and Mr. Ed
Sheard boarded the train for Omaha
this (Thursday) morning, January 20,
where they will be married. They have
been partners in running the boarding
rouse at the Weeping Water Stone
Co.'s quarry for the last two years, so
they concluded to get married and be
partners for life.
pit's clearing time with us a
time when we clear our shelves
and tables of all odd lots, while the season is still at its
height, giving patrons the benefit of sharply reduced
Special Sale of Corsets
We will clear away our entire stock of high grade RED-
FERN CORSETS; values $4 and $5, all 1 Q C
for one price. Per pair pXcJ
Discontinued styles of JUSTRITE COR
SETS; values up to $3.50, now for
J Furs at 200
ANNIS FURS original
prices extremely low
now when you need and
want them most
Sale of Waists
Bealtiful Styles clear
95c, $1.95, $2.95,
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