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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1916)
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1016.
plattsmoutti semi-weekly journal.
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sext a era uays
you can get one ALUMINUN Double Boiler worth $2.50 for only
50c. See us about it.
One 25c Dust Cloth with every, 50c bottle of Liquid Veneer.
Ycu will need this preparation when you commence your spring
and this is your opportunity to procure this bargain.
READ THB3 LEST:
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Head Riff ..
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: bottles of Sweet Pickles
Olive?, Full Quait
1 ij i ' I ic i o j 1 1
Large can California Egg Plums.
us Scap (Paloma) 25c
Phone 53 and 54
We Like to Serve
Fc::s cr.s cf Knight.: .id Dunlap Signet Stars
Robert Kirkpatrick, who was taken
to Omi'.ba about two weeks ago and
operated on for stomach trouble, is
still in a very low condition. One re
port is favorable while the next is the
opposite and we cannot inform our
readers in just what condition he is.
The News, with his relatives and
friends, hope for a complete recovery.
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H-I- J-M-I-Z- v
LMmh-ten. residing cast
Mr. a-d Mr-. Leor.a:d Crawford
a: tl.. proud parvr.ts of a fine eight-
v.vr.d g::h arriving Tuesday morning.
-t:al .-f the relatives of Mrs. J.
W. K :r-.:. t.-.i
: e be v: : :t r i
lue-uyv. so as
case Mrs. Edmisten
I I the Luce prop
Impair?, Additions and
of All Kinds.
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eity to W. B. Banning. It is under
stood that V. T. Arn will occupy the
same very shortly.
Rae Frans has also sold the Wolfe
! property in the north part of town
to Ed Young, who will become citified
since he has sold his farm and ma
chinery. Mrs. A. Delaney, who has been
stepping on the light places for some
time as a result of an operation for
appendicitis, has just about complete
Charles Niday purchsed the prop
erty occupied by Mr. Miller and W. H.
Biown and will move into it some
lime the coming week, while Mr. and
Mrs. Brown will move into the house
vacated by Mr. Niday.
Miss Mary Poster arrived home
Tuesday morning from Detroit,
Michigan, where she attended the na
tional meeting cf the School Superin
tendents of ths United States. While
T there she visited the Ford manu-
factoring riant, al-o the recruiting j
- I station at Windsor, Canada.
X j At last reports from the oil field
: we have been informed that the boys
i at the w?ll are now drilling on the
i "00-foot mark and that everybody is
V j bejrinninfr to come out of the dream
Sand are beinj; made to realize that
i this is no longer just a case of dream
X ; land with the promoters.
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Miss Fannie Warden was a pas
.ceni;er to Un;on Friday, after spend
ing several days with relatives here.
Justin Sturm. who is attending
High school in Lincoln, spent Satur
day and Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. J. F. Stout returned to her
home in Lincoln Friday after spend
ing several days at the home of V. P.
Mrs. John Gamble returned to her
home in Omaha Saturday after spend
ing a short time at the home of II. L.
Owen Willis, who has been farming
on his father's farm near Union,
moved from there Friday and will
make his home with his father.
Mrs. Clayton Rosencrans returned
to her home in Plaltsmcuth Tuesday
after spending a few days with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wunderlich.
Mr. and Mrs. George Spohn came
in Friday from Superior to visit a few
days with the latter's mother, Mrs.
Stuim, who has been ill the past few
Last Friday afternoon being the
sixth birthday of Holland, sou of Mr.
X ! Can't look well, eat well, or feel and Mrs. II. L. Thomas, a party was
V well with impure blond. Keep the ! given him and his schoolmates at his
-! , blood pure with Burdock Blood Bit-: home after school. Games were play
?. trs. F.at simply, take exercise, keep ' ed and a dainty luncheon vn served,
V clean, ar.d good health is pretty sure , after which his little friends departed,
i to follow. 81.00 a bottle. ! having had an excellent time.
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Spring Style Announcement!
Mar"hDw plZ u Correct Millinery!
Frtd.y and Sa,UrJay , EtSES
March 10 and 11
Friday and Saturday
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A pretty Flower Souvenier to Each Lady Attending Our Opening
WHAT YOU WILL F1ND
New Mat Styles that are charmingly distinctive absolutely authentic and most
pleasingly priced in plain figures.
miN i-aji ukm-w fyMtiKttiiiiiiiiiiiinirfaiimuumr,,
The Correct Styles
The W'atteau Hat
The Side Roll
The Street Sailor
Corn Flower, Chicory
A Clever Assortment of
Piquant Poke Shapes,
their hi;h crowns topped
with llovvers, fruit clusters,
wings or soft rich ribbon
$5 to $8.50
Wreaths and Flowers
Wings and Quills
The Fisk Hat
The Gage Hat
The Edco Hat
FREE A Handsome Hat Box
with your hat costing $5.00 or over
purchased at our opening.
We will show the new
shapes in Hemp, Milan,
Lisere and Satin, priced
$4.50 to $10.00
Pretty Little Early Hats
of , Satin and Fabrics
$1.75 to $2.75
JL )PfL.E nly DePendable Goods!
Walter Stohlnian is visiting the
family of August Brunkow, at
Ipswich, S. D.
William Diers of Greham. Xeb., is
hie assitini? his uncle, W. F. Diers,
iui-i3itr his bi. sale.
i V. Sjence came dcv.a Tuesd.ay
and spent .the day vh.itinir i:i the
country with hi toother.
Mrs. Ben Shelhom of Denver, who
has been making an extended visit
with relatives in this vicinity, is in
town this week, visiting her niece.
Mrs. M. L. Williams and family.
Miss Clara Kucha of Malcorn, Neb.,
is here visiting Miss Katherino Gake-
meier and other friends. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf
Kuehii, who formerly lived on Miss
Mrs. Llien Kathbun aiul son, Frank,
have moved to a farm near Alvo,
Neb., wliere Mrs. Kathbun will keep
nouse ior me owner 01 me iarm, .
W. Bit-i, and Fi-ank will work on the
. Kail Hoover was here from Bijr
Sprigs, Neb., th.is week vhitir.,; his
father, B. G. Hoover. He brought a
car of ho;rs to the Omalia market cf
his own raisin; and icports eve;y
thinc lloui ihinir in that part of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. I'ribble return
ed last week fiom .Jamaica, Iowa,
wher e they spent the winter wii.li relative-.
Mrs. I'ribble is just recovering
from a severe attack of the grippe
r nd is not ab! to uvt about very well
yet, but her friends hoje s!ie will soon
Mr. and Mrs. dohn Kitreil arrived
Monday from Ciuernsvy, Wyomir.ir,
fo'- a t-.-n days' visit with the la.Ut
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T:,.;v'e.
Mr. Kiirdl formerly lived in Sou'Ji
Bend, but row holds a jrood position
in Wyoni'rpr with the C. B. !i (J. rail-read.
Charles Berkwith is some ho rais
er, lie has some that are not 0
months old that weijjdi a strong 2Q)
Mrs. I). C. West, wife of D. C. j
West, cashier of t'.e Nthawka bank,!
was a visitor in Klmwood Tuesday. j
J. V. Hoover shippe d a car of cat-i
tie to the Omaha market Monday, and
a car of hovs to the Nebraska. City
Mrs. Ada Fatten of Trux, Sakatch-
i'var ( :'.i:ai:;i, a?? ned Wednesday
cVi;i:i:;- to l;e at liv bedside of h-r
father, Samuel B.,'renrief, who has j
bee.i ci iti-.-ally ill fur some time. j
Mr. atid Mrs. John Kuir of near j
Avoca. c::ne up Monday evening for!
a few !ays' i it with the former's j
uncle, John Weber, who has Keen quite
feeble for some time.
Te hitter part of last week the
Byron Caylord pioperty in the south
part f town was bought 'oy Mrs.
Morford. The Morforl family will
occupy this place asid we are ir,fo;!aed
that Mr. and. Mis. Gaylord are think
ing of I'cati?ijr in California.
Kay Loren. moved to the Hettrick
faim from Loivan, Iowa, uuloadir.
his roo".!s from this p!.nt on Tuesday.
This is the fa:ni which Ids father
piii-. based a short time ao. The elder
Lorenx al-o intends mevinir to this
county in the i'cir future.
Jas. M. Stone, president of the Ne
hawka ltanlr, Ni'nawka, Neb., was
V? siting at the Klmwood State bank
Tin. . day. Mr. Ston? is very favor
ably impressed with F.lmwood and
vicinity. li :ays thai h" is p'annin-r
to to Ccdorat'o this week to look
after his bankinsc interests there for a
few weeks and also to visit a -on who
has charge, of the bank at Del Norte,
Kd Gustlr. dispo-ed of his residence
in the west pait of t'.wn this week to
A. L. Ga-h. the laite" t'adin in a
le Have Moved
We have moved inso our new location in the old
Fanger Department Store Building, on Main Street,
and have on hand a splendid line of Stoves, and all
kinds of Hardware. Come in and visit the new store
and thoroughly inspect our stock.
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Neb.
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Luated en the
p of a hid ! a verv tlesiraMe loc i-
i .!;. T.'.e proj'crty was riecr.uy p;ir
! c1-:- d by Mr. Gu.lin from M. II.
i Tv.-u.i-. Mr. Gu -.in. it is understoo i.
U C- ri
Next Samr&av Eveniner.
rented the Bci
will ireve th-rei:i just as soon as Or- I
e t- -a
HAS FIGHT C M1LDKKN.
Miss Marj.ro ret Gibeison came over
from Plattsmouth Sa.tur-day for a
short visit with home folks.
Mrs. Helen Waliiek was down from
Seward for a Saturday and Sunday
visit at home. .
Mrs. L. L. Cay-ill of Wabash an d
her sister, Mrs. Lyon I'.airett. of Can-
l.'lll.l., 1.1 V '(I I Hi
John Wade ar.'l Mrs. Chas.
Frank McNuilin of Cedar Lawn
farm, northeast of town, was here
Saturday to meet Mrs. McNurii:-).
who was returning from Have'ock,
wliere she had spent a week with her
daughter, Mrs. Barrett.
James Schwab was on the South
Omaha market Thursday w ith a car of
sheep. John Colbert was on the mar
ket tiie same day v. i.h a car of cattle,
and John Ruhjra was on the market
Wednesday with a car of cattle.
Cecil Amick went to Tekamah
Tuesday to spend a few days with
Ins uncle, Thomas Amick, who is suf
fering with cancer. Mr. Thomas
Amick will be leniembered as having
lived west of town a number of years
I). M. Johnson is airain in business
on Main .street, having purchased the
feed and hay business of Hans John
son. He took possession March 1st
and is continuing the business at Mr.
Johnpson's old stand on east Main
Riley Rector returned Friday nijrht
from Denver, Colorado, where he had
spent six weeks with his son, Frank
and family. He stopped off at Hold
rifre on his return trip for a couple
of days with his sister, Mrs. Georpre
Lathrop and husband.
Jim Bucket, one of the old citizens
of this community, is visiting: since
Wednesday at the home of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Josiah Timblin. Jim
is living on a homestead in Montana
now and has a little town on his land
which they call Dora, where Jim runs
Mrs. V. Kehkamp. 2-101 Herman St.,
Covin.rton. Ky., wr'tes: "I have
been u.i.;..r I" 's Honey and Tar for
r-ear'y two years a-.d can lind no bet
ter cou-vh syri p. I have ei.ah: children
ard jrive it to all of them. They were
-vhjeet to c'i.up from babies on." It
Is a . . r- a-id reliable met lie inc. Sold
Giwn a Pleasant Surprise.
vmhm OordiaSly Invited
MUSiS BY PLfiTTSffSaUTH G0GIIESTRA
I'..lr.-h.s Ilaimos of Weeping Wa
came in this morninjr on the early
s-ouri Paciilc to sper.l a few hours
r-'roin Wefine.'dav's Pat'y.
A .e;v r.La-.ant tia:e was enfov.
home north of
leparted or. the early Bur-
en train for thj metropolis, where
j 'r. ' v. ill have some dental work looked
lj after. - I
last Saturday even in-;
hem of Mr." a-.d Mr.
CANNOT I'KAISE .THEM ENOUGH.
Many sick and tired women, with
aches and pains, sore muscles and stiff
joints, do not know that their kidneys
are out of order. Mrs. A. G. Wells,
Box 00, Route 5, Rocky Mount, N. C.,
wiites: ' I am takinir Foley Kidney
Pills, and cannot praise them enough
for the wonderful benefit I derived in
Frits KaiFcn-i Arthur Bakei
oetKor en tne occasion l
ir.d wife of Murray
their see- v.eie i" the city la.-t oveninfj for a
or.tl v. eddinrr annivcr r.'-y. ar.d the. ' few hours isitiri.c witli their friends.
n i.-.v frier;is arid iud',dibors avejldr. Baker is a candidate for the re-
Lhern one of the f.'.: prises of their ! publican nomination for county treas-
;ivcs. The rue.-ts came with wxll la-nner.
of f'oo l th.mcs to eat, i
Hotel Perkins Block
Everything New and
Very Best of Service
which proved one of the mo.-t delight
ful featrres of th.o cveninir. Those
who weie pr'scit at this time were:
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory. Philip Schafer
and wife, Albert Shafer and wife,
Philip Tiitr-ch and wife. Jacob Tritsch
and vife, Philip Ho;n and wife and
Miss Jennie Bad ten.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
E. J. Meisincrer and wife came i.n
Ids mormntr from their farm home
we.-t of this city and departed on the
early Burlington train for Omaha,
where they will visit for the day,
looking after some matters of business.
. H. KUHNEY, Prop.
Don't use harsh physics. The reac
tion weakens the bowels, leads to
chrcnic constipation. Get Doan's
Reulets. They operate easily. 2"e
at all stores.
Subscribe for the Journal.
Dr. G. II. Gilmore of Murray was
here yesterday attending a meeting
of the county board of insanity, of
which he is a member.
S. C Rhode Islan.l Red eggs for
hatching, Toe per setting at the house,
by express 1.00 per setting, by the
100 .f4.00 at the house. The very best
r,ir li-i ii ? i--'l PrAfrrnccivo" 51111
fdants for sale at ?1.00 per 100.
W. B. Porter, j
Mynard, Neb. 'Phone Platts.4021. j
are nere m
Visiting Here for the Day.
S. C. Patterson came up yesterday
f ..- Vn,.i.ur lvlioro li i: v:--.it ip'- hislM
old fiiends, J. A. Walker and family, Jr-j
and is calling on and visiting with his j
manv old fiiends in this city. -Air-iM
Pattei-son is enjoying a visit in o'jg
Cass for some time, having come "PiR
from his home in Texas several weeks j y
ar-o. Mr. Patterson while here today fl
was a Ciller at the Journal office andjy
.... il 'n
spent a short time in visiting wiui e.
editor, which was very much enjoyed.;,
31 r. I'atterson oepaneu mis .in.i-;
noon for South Bend to visit at his
old home there, and in two weeks ex-
nects to leave for Pennsylvania to F;
spend a short time at the old Patter-,
sen home before returning to Texas.
Sales bills none quickly at the
tucli a short while." Sold everywhere. Journal.
36-inch Linen Suitings
New shades Nile Green, Belgium Blue, African
Brown, Old Rose and Gray. Yard
32-inch Tub Silks
Beautiful novelty stripe pattern; make sty
lish and very serviceable waists. Yard
j April DELINEATORS Are Here.'
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