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THURSDAY, MAY 4. 191 6.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEK LY JOURNAL.
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WORLD FILM CORPORATINON
Lewis J. Selznick, 7ice President and General Manager
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FREDERICK LEWISEEETHER iRflY TERRY
s A husband is bought for the daughter of a
I f r Wall Street financial magnet.
A Daringly Original Drama of Passion and Hatred,
eti Ending in Idyllic Love.
ANOTHER SHUBERT FEATURE!
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Evening 10 and 15c
Matinec 5 and 10c
FREDERICK LEWIS AND
ETHEL GRAY TERRY
She loves him and they are made
harpy. by a happiness that has not
SUE TOLD II Eli NEIGHBOR
Horance Frambers. .Frederick Lewis
Ht-lon Talbot Ethel Gray Terry
Horace Framber?, an impecunious
literary man, receives the following
offer: Helen Talbot, daughter of a
rich financier, ha trusted her lover,
not v-i?ely but too well. She is about
to become a mother. Her lover poe
down on the '"Titanic.H If Frambers
will marry Helen Talbot and save her
name, he will receive S10,000 and a
position in Mr. Talbot's office.
Frambers marries Helen; and the
child dies. Mr. Talbot jrradually
trusts and likes Frambers; but Helen
despises her "bought" husband and
intrigues with other men. So Fram
bers resigns his position and pays her
back her S10:000, deserts her and tells
her to get a divorce.
, Talbot's business is failing', and
Fi ambers helps him recover it. Then
Frambers returns to his room to die,
as he thinks, but v.-hen he recovers
from his illness he finds Helen by his
"I told a neighbor whose child had
croup about Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes Mrs. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman
St., Covington, Ky. "When sh gave
it a coupls deses she was so pleased
vith the change 5he didn't know what
to say." This reliable remedy helps
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough. Sold everywhere.
Single Comb Reds.
Eggs for hatching after May 1st
v.'iH le ri.c per setting, $3.00 per hun
dred. Phone Plattsmouth 4021.
W. B. Porter, Mynard, Neb.
Pratt's Lice Killer will keep your
chickens free from mites. Charles E.
"WANTED Stock to pasture. John
A. Koukal. Phone 2922.
Impure blood runs you down
makes you an easy victim for disease.
For pure blood and sound digestion
Fluruock Blood Bitters. At all drug"
rtorcs. Price, S1.00.
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V"ou Afford Any-but-a-Titan
i T present average prices for kerosene and
" gasoline, Titan kerosene engines 'Save
.-w? c. ners about i.ic. per horse power per
y-: over gasoline engines.
i icure it this way. On an 8-horse engine the sav
g is S.Sc. an hour, SSc. in a 10-hourday, $88 in ioo
-j, 'z cf work. Sav that is all vour engine does in a
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35t you $8S more than vou need to Day. to
8-horse gasoline engine one'year. That is more
- r 1 riirrl nf thp nrire of thf pti"inp "cn -rn uffnrH tn
ro.- cva3' $SS a year? Can you afford even to think of
ir r t. . j i a.
ji1' u. gasoline engine. Aviien you can get a man inai
Kerosener see tne utan aeaier ana taiK tms ever.
j ha3 some interesting figures to show you.
Ilnkrnaticcal Harvester Ccspany of America
tirpywc f Tt?:'.n? ar told by
JOHN F. 00R0ER, Pfailsmoutb, Nebraska
ALVO NEWS ITEMS
O. R. Jordan was in Omaha Satur
Oscar Toland went to Lincoln Mon
Mrs. J. A. Staffer was in Lincoln
County Attorney Cole was in town
Mrs. Elsie Stout is working in the
G. P. Foreman and son Joe went
to Omaha Tuesday.
John Foreman was in Lincoln on
William Sutton has returned from
Ed Casey had business in Xincoln
and Omaha Saturday.
Miss Lucile McKinnon went to Lin
coln Friday evening.
Castle Shaffer was transacting busi
ness in Omaha Saturday.
G. P. Foreman shipped two cars of
cattle to Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Casey visited
friends in Manley Sunday.
Sam Cashner was in Omaha Friday
and Saturday on business.
Miss Elsie Stout went to Murdock
Saturday, returning Sunday.
The Misses Grace and Ruth Bailey
were shopping in Lincoln Saturday.
Mrs. W. E. Casey entertained the
Ladies' Reading club Wednesday aft
Charles Appleman went to Omaha
Saturday, returning home Monday
Mrs. Thomas Stout and sister, Miss
Florence McKinneyf were in Lincoln
S. C. Boyles and Harley Wolfe were
in Plattsmouth Monday and Tuesday
Mrs. J. D. Skiles of Overton, Ne
braska, spent Tuesday with Mr. and
S. C. Boyles.
Miss Florence Taylor visited rela
tives in Murdock from Friday evening
to Sunday evening.
Clarence Curyea and daughter were
in Lincoln Saturday, where Miss Lil
lian takes violin lessons.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Toland are
home from Lcs Angeles, California,
where they spent the winter.
Miss Lola Carr went to Lincoln Sat
urday on No. 13, thence to Eagle to
pend Sunday with her parents.
A petition for a cement walk from
town to the Alvo cemetery is in cir-
(ulaLion, with quite a number of signers.
""Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stroemer re
turned home from Wabash, where Mr.
Stroemer has been doing some carpen-
Grandma Thomas received word of
the death of her daughter, Mrs. Shee-
y, Tuesday evening, before Mr.
Thomas reached her home.
Mrs. George Braun of Dallas, South
Dakota, who has been visiting her j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William' lae-
ger, returned to her home Sunday. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kirkpatrick
were in Omaha Monday having Mrs.
Kirkpatrick's teeth examined and
treated as they r.re in a very bad condition.
Henry Thomas left Monday evening
for a visit with his daughter, Mrs.
Sheely, at Almana, Kansas. He was
accompanied by his son-in-law, W. H.
Sudors, of Clatonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Uhley went to
Elmwood Friday morning and on to
their home at Verdum after having
visited relatives during Mr. Uhley's
two weeks' vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCurdy return
ed Monday from Hickman, where the
latter has been several days caring
for her daughter, Mrs. Ella Vannoy,
who was sick with appendicitis.
Mrs. Nellie Beck of Bird Island,
Minnesota, left Monday for her home
after having spent ssveral days here
and with her sister, Mrs. Sheely, who
is very ill at her home in Almena.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Foreman spent
Sunday in Lincoln visiting at the
homes of Frank Magee and L. E. Bab
bitt. Mr. Babbitt is not so well. Mrs.
Foreman returned home Monday.
The Mothers' council gavo the little
folks a May day party at the home of
Mrs. O. Quellhorst. About 30 per
sons were in attendance. The chil
dren had a Maypole which afforded
them much merriment. Refreshments
of ice cream and angel food cake were
served. A fine time is reported.
Mrs. Monte Baldwin, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. M. P. Stone,
and brother, E. M. Stone, left for her
home at Big Springs last Wednesday.
Mrs. Baldwin was accompanied by her
mother, who will spend some months
with her. Enroute they visited Mrs.
Baldwin s son, Ray, in University
Place, and sister, Mrs. Joseph Man
ner?, and family at Grand Island.
If you want plenty of
power tms is
Xsn't another SIX fflcE.
that begins to equal it to is so
power, at -e mean pow
SSSSTS it's economy
And it's that nicebalance oOR
ECONOMY that J-VgjSWof 1916.
rice gives as much power.
is one of tne - - N t new ana
year from the effiaency changebut
untried expenment-not a raai
simply a nn!SJSvtogfcryea
baker design that to heen ern
And it's a motor that s a peas
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Four. Cylinder Models
Toarng Crf 7-passn;er - $ 875
Reaisier, 3 -?asstns:r - 850
UciaD-Kc3&3!:r, 3-ensr 1150
Six- Cylinder Models
Tonrit" Car, 7 passesger - J10S5
Roadster. 3-rasseiger - 1060
Laiidaii-Roadster, 3-pasisBser 1350
Coupe, 4-?2:5;!!;er - - 1600
LiasBsice, 7-passenger - 2500
F. O. B. Detroit
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Read the want ads in the Journal.
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If interested call for demontration. Garage Opposite Court HOUSO PHONE 58
A MODERN COTTAGE,
Situated on one of the four best cor
ners in the city, four Hocks north of
Hotel Riley. The prettiest half mile
One block from grade school, two
blocks from Catholic church and
schools. Level lot in good sod, park
ing space well seeded, young trees
thriving, cuib and gutter in and paid
for, concrete porches, walks and
steps. Good cistern and pump, city
water and sewer, water heater, gas
and stove, electric lighting and fine
fixtures. Good cellar, new screens,
storm doors. .Newly papered and
painted inside and out.
Six rooms, a largo store room, two
closets and fully equipped bath room.
A growing valu3 property.
A REAL SNAP if sold at once. Fa
II. H. COTTON, Owner, With F. R.
Gobelman. P. O. Box 91. Phone
PUT TO DEATH
Good Seed Corn For Sale.
Iowa Silvermine 1914 crop seed
corn for sale, from 1.00 to $1.50 per
bushel. Sacks extra.
J. L. Shrader, Nehawka.
DEUEL CO. LAND. The best in
vest ment in the state. Write for
prices and terms.
Ritchey Land Co.,
'Provisional President Pearse and
"General" Connolly Are Two
London, May 4. Four signatories
to the republican proclamation in Ire
land have been tried by court-martial,
found guilty and were shot yesterday
Patrick H. Pearse, the "provisional
president of Ireland,", was among the
ones shot. .
Another was James Connolly, who
was styled "commandant general of
the Irish republican army."
-he other signatories found guilty
and shot were Thomas L. Chrk and
Thomas McDonagh. .
Three oiher signers of .the procla
mation were sentenced to three years'
Premier Asquith made an announce
ment to this effect in the house of
commons yesterday afternoon.'
' Patrick Pearse was' about 33 years
old and was known in Irealnd as an
authority in Gaelic literature.'-, He
started in life as a barrister," but de
voted most of his time to literature
and educational pursuit. t For come
time he was editor of the Gaelic Jour
nal in Dublin, and later founded St.
Enda s school, which he conducted ,up
to the time of the Sinn Fein rebellion.
Pearse had many friends in the
United States where he has lectured
cn Irish ideals and Gaelic literature,
the proceeds of his lectures going to
the support of his school.
The head of the Sinn Fein rebellion
was the Bon of "an Englishman, but
was himself born and educated in
Dublin. He was unmarried.
James Connolly lived for several
years in New York, where he was ac
tive'as a socialist leader and agitator.
KEEPING UP TO THE MARK
"Spring fever" is not always a joke.
If you feel dull and sluggish, tired and
worn out, suffer from bachacke or
weak back, rheumatism, sore muscles,
stiff joints or other indication of kid
ney trouble, it will pay you to investi
gate Foley Kidney Pills. They are
highly recommended as prompt and
efficient aids to health. Sold everywhere.
For the Girl's Turning Class-
Saturday Evening, May 6th
msJ GIVEN AT THE
-Ko So HAUL-
Music by PLATTSMOUTH ORCHESTRA
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
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