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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1916)
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The High Cost of Living
IIS REDUCED. JUST LOOK THESE OVER
'Diplomat" Sliced Peaches, in heavy syrup, per can . 20c
"Pasadena" Peaches, 30c value, per can 20c
"Golden Spike" Egg Plums, per can 5c
"Golden Spike" Apricots, per can 15c
"Golden Spike" Peaches, extra standard per can 20c
Hugo Pineapples, 25c value, 5 cans for . . . ; . . ' $ 1 .00
"Goddess" Red Raspberries, extra standard, per can . 1 5c
"Goddess" Black Raspberries, extra standard, per can 15c
"Monticello" Eastern Pears, per can 25c
"Golden Spike" White Cherries, per can ...... w . ........ . . 25c
"Golden Glow" Preserves, all flavors, 20 ounce jar 25c
Did you get one of those Aluminum Double Boilers? It costs you
only 50c with trade marks from Quaker Oats Packages. Order that
Quaker Oats now.
3 POUNDS PRUNES FOR 25c
We have an unusually good assortment of children's -gingham
dresses, sizes ranging from 2 to 14, prices from 65c to $1.25
H. M. SOENNICHSEN,
Phone 53 and 54 We Like to Serve
Patrons of Knights and Danlap Signet Stars
Hotel Perkins Block
Everything New and
Very Best of Service
One f.ve-passeneer Ford car; one
10-horse power motor boat, and one 3
hore jower stationery gasoline en
friz,e. J. E. Mason.
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FINE FARM FOR SALE.
1G0 acres, being the S. E. quarter
of Section located one mile
west and one mile north of Murray,
known as the T. V. Davis farm. Fine
farm and well imporved. Location the
beft. Price for a short time at 25,
C0.00. Write or call on
W. R. BRYAN,
on Democratic Ticket
Your Support is Solicited.
W. R. Bryan, county assessor, is
going to make a pretty fight for the
democratic nomination for county
treasurer. He is quite well known
throughout the county, and by the
time the polls close on the 18th day
of April, his opponent will know that
he has been in the race.
RUMANIANS AND BULGARIANS
REPORTED III ENGAGEMENT
London, March 13. An engage
ment is reported to have taken place
on the Danube between Rumanians
and Bulgarians near the town of
Rahovo, says the Daily Mail's Odessa
correspondent. A Bulgarian frontier
guard is said to have fired upon a
Rumanian ship which was loading an
other vessel in Rumanian waters.
FOR SALE Houses and lots on easy
terms. Will take in exchange other
property for first payments. Vac
ant lots for sale. Several places for
exchange for grazing land.
Windham Loan and Investment Co.
is the basis of our claim on your consideration
DO V V Everything Good to Eat.
THINK RUMANIA DECIDED
TO TAKE UP ALLIED CAUSE
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, andall
kinds of Hardware. Come in and visit the new store
and thoroughly inspect our stock.
"rr Main Street, Plattsmouth, Neb.
London, March 12. An agreement
has been reached between Rumania
and Russia which is believed to indi
cate the definite decision of Rumania
to adhere to the cause of the entente
allies, according to a Bucharet dis
patch to the Exchange Telegram Co.
The agreement permits Rumania to
purchase war materials in Russia and
to transport through Russia war ma
terials elsewhere. It is reported that
Russia has agreed further to give Ru
mania part of Bessarabia.
Girl Baby Arrives.
Yesterday afternoon the stork paid
a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sitzmann, in the south part
of the city and left with them a
bouncing little eight-pound daughter.
Both the mother and little one are do
ing nicely and Joe is very proud over
the new addition to his family.
An extra good team of registered
Percheron mares, both with foal.
Also a stallion, 3 years old. Call or
address, Chas. Countryman, Murray,
Gordon, Deuel, Keith and Perkins
county land. Very good terms.
Bert Root, Murray, Neb.
Allie Meisinger' and brother, G. L.
Meisinger, of Cedar Creek, motored
to this city this morning to attend to
some business matters and visit with
realtives and friends. While here
Allie Meisinger called at this office
and renewed the subscription of the
paper going to J. 11. Meisinger.
George L. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek was in the city today for a few
hours looking after some matters of
busines sat the court house.
Read the want ads in the Journal.
$1020 F. O. B.lFactory
Touring Cars and Roadsters
$950 to $1485 f. o. b. Factory
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The New BUICK is Here!
We are now in a position to show you the New Buick Model D-6-45, which has been the one real sensation in the
automobile world since January first.
COME IN AND SEE IT
See for yourself how really wonderful this model is, with its six cylinder Buick valve-in-head motor; . its Buick
cantilever springs; its cellular radiator; its silk mohair one-man top; its genuine leather upholstering; its new style elec
tric headlamps, and many other superiorities as compared with other cars.
With its crown fenders and 34x4 inch wheels and tires, this model is truly the superior of any car in its class,
and the equal of any car in any class in appearance and performance.
PLACE YOUR ORDER WOW
Thousands were disappointed last fall by not being able to get a Buick, and the demand for early spring delivery
is even now greater than experienced last fall. Make sure of your Buick before it is too late. We are now in posi
tion to make deliveries. , . . ?
tci. ii.. i T. H. POLLOCK, Dealer IS
Office and Salesroom
TO GET APPROVAL
Senate Committee May Iteport, How
ever, That He Has Been
Washington, March 12. Unless the
new charges hinted at by constituents
of Senator Weeks developed unsus
pected disclosures, the criticism of
Louis D. Brandeis by the senate in
vestigation committee will be "indis
cretion" in certain case?.
Committee members, after several
days' deliberation and after one gen-'
tral review lasting over two hours,!
have determined this much, it has
been learned. A recommendation tlmt
he be confirmed, is a certainty.
Either Clark of Wyoming, or Works
of California the two who have been
alternating at the hearings will sub
mit a minority report favoring his rejection.
HOW WRAPPED IN
Made clean, kept clean, and delivered to you
in the "Keep Clean" packages, just as they leave
our bakery. We know that Pleasal Bread is as
ood as the verv best. .No bakery can say more.
Ask Your OroGer for "Pleasal"
THE NEW BRAND OF BREAD,
"PLEASALL," AT M
Elsewhere in this issue of the Even
ing Journal will be found the ad
vertisement of Fred II. Mumm, the
baker, in relation to his new brand of
bread, "Pleasall," which is being put
on the market for the use of the lov
ers of good, wholesome bread. This
new bread comes in paper wrapped
packages and is absolutely sanitary
in every way, with all the safeguards
to make the bread the best and most
perfectly sanitary packages which has
been offered to the people of Platts
mouth, and Mr. Mumm feels that it is
filling a long-felt want.
Mrs. Setz Improving.
Mrs. Eugene Setz, who has been
suffering from the grippe for the past
week, has improved somewhat and is
now slightly better, which will be good
news to her many friends. Her moth
er, Mrs. Vallandingham, of Eagle, who
has been here visiting Mrs. Setz, was
taken with a very severe cold and
ocmpelled to return to her home in
the western part of the county.
Those who wish to become Knights of the Dunlap Sig
net Stars, thereby earning a Pony Outfit, will please
register their intention with the following patrons, and
receive instruction, together with cards for soliciting their
friends to aid them.
Weyrich & Hadraba John W. Crabill
C. E. Wescott's Sons Fetzer Shoe Co.
H. M. Soennichsen
Until July 1st merit units will be given with for all
money paid on account, as well as cash purchases.
Note: Tickets will be given out only when asked for,
as they are valuable and patrons want them to
go only to those who are actually working for
someone towards the Pony Outfit, or to the as
pirants to Knighthood themselves.
WANTED Work. Any kind. By!
hour or day. Experienced in prun
ing fruit trees. 'Phone your wants
to CG. 3-9-lwkd
Ribbons Just a fine line in Plain
Taffeta, Watered Taffetas, Fancy
Taffetas, Messalines and a full stock
of Plains. We offer a special assort
ment at, per yard, 19c.
Another lot, much wider, just the
thing for hair bows, at, per yard, 29c.
New arrivals in Curtain Draperies
A full stock of Marqusets, in white,
ivory and ecru.
Colonial Draperies and Over Drapes.
Scrims, Swisses, Curtain Nets.
A full stock of Lace. Curtain in
white, ivory and ecru.
New arrivals in this season's Wash
Goods, a full stock to select from.
Voiles, Organdies, Batistes, Floral
Printed Silks, Silk Striped Chiffons,
Crepe Oechenes, Georgette Crepes,
Silk Poplins, Pussy Willow Taffetas,
Tub Silks, Silk Muslins.
Embrodieries A full stock of
Flouncing Edges Allovers. These are
of the latest creations.
ZUCKWEILER & LUTZ.
An excellent 32-inch fabric in a wide range of good look
ing patterns, colors guaranteed non-fade. The mosl suit
able and serviceable cloth we have for boy's
wash suits, children's dresses and ladie's house
For Trimming Kiddie Cloth,
Suits and Dresses
28-inch white peplin, yard 25c
28-inch white pique, " 25c
28-inch white romper galatea, yard 15c
VEY & SON
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