The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, May 22, 1916, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
3 A PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 22, 1916. PAGE 6. i I ... M W " W w w - - i For Graduation: jIllMCC flM TUC nCiTU LIHLO UI1 ! IIL UL.fi I il OF LITTLE SOPHRONIA ALENE STUECKLIN TAKING TREATMENT AT OMAHA HOSPITAL JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS Silk Hosiery: AH the new shades in solid colors, black and white stripes and polka pots, at per pair . . . . $1.00 Parisian Ivory: Trays, Buffers, Files, Combs, Hair Receivers, Powder Jars, Hat Brushes, Etc., at all prices. Fans: Purses: Ivory Fans, Plain White, and Ivory Ostrich Feather Fans delicate shading, the very latest. $3.00 Tokio Leather, White, Buff and Gray Kid, new shapes in black leather, at prices rang ing from 65c to As further suggestions we might mention Handkerchiefs, Glove, (both silk and kid) Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets, Hat Pins, Pin Sets,' and any number of other items we might suggest to you at prices to suit. H. M. SOENMCHSEN, Call Phones S3 or 54. We Live to Serve .MRS. M'NATT NOT SO WELL. Mrs. A. J. McNutt, who suffered a stroke of paralysis two weeks afro, is reported as not being so well as for a few days past, and her condition hns occasioned her family and friends a frreat deal of apprehension as to her recovery. It is to hoped that this estimable lady can overcome her ma laly and be restored to her former health. WANTED. Three hundred and sixty-six mem bers of Cass Camp No. 332, M. W. A., to be present at the next regular meeting, Wednesday night, May 24, at 8 o'clock, at Woodman Hall. Urg ent business. Come. 3td Come to The Journal for fine stationery. AUTO LINE DECORATION DAY. From Saturlav nail The ladies of St. Mary's guild, who will have charge of an auto line to the cemetery on Decoration day, wil make a rate of 25 cents for the round trip to all those who will meet at the Fricke home at the corner of Sixth and Vine streets, or will call at the homes for 50 cents for the round trip. If you are going out to the cemetery on this occasion, remember the ladies of St. Mary's guild. WILL HOLD WEINIE SUITER TOMORROW The Christian Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church will hold a hike tomorrow, Tuesday, evening. They will leave ths church at 6 o'clock. All Endeavorers and their friends are cordially invited. AUTOS TO THE CEMETERY. The ladies of St. Mary's guild will operate an auto line to and from the cemetery on Decoration day, Tuesday, May 30. A charge of 25 cents for the round trip will be made. Parties de siring to make the trip will be called for at their homes or may secure cars at the corner of Sixth and Vine streets. The ladies are raising funds for their church work and the amount secured by the auto line will be de voted to this purpose. "This lovely bud, so "young and fair, Called hence to early doom, Just came to show how sweet a flower In paradise could bloom." Sophronia Cordelia Stuecklin was born in Watson, Mo., August 8, 1908, and died at her home in Plattsmouth, after an illness of only a few days, May 1, ldlCt. Everything that lov ing hands-" couid do was done, but Cod knew best, and called the little sufferer home. She was very patient Mid her last hours were of thoughts of her schoolmates, often mentioning names of those dear to her. She will be greatly missed by the teacher and schoolmates from the little school which she attended so faithfully, as well as in the home circle. This is ever sad for the parents, whose home has been visited by the death angel three times in less than six months. The community extends its deepest sympathy to the wounded hearts in their hour of affliction. Earth has lost its look of gladness, Heaven seems to us more bright, Since the spirit of our dear one Took its happy homeward flight; And we long to cross the river, Long to rest upon that shore, There to know and see and love them With the Sayior ever "more. Call not back the dear departed, Anchored safe where storms are o'er. On the border land we left her, Soon to meet ami part no more. When our life of toil is ended, When we leave this world of care. We shall find our missing loved one In our Father's mansion fair. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart; Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words. "We must forever part." Dearest Frona, we must lay thee In the peaceful grave's embrace, But the memory will be cherished Till we see thy heavenly face. From Saturday's Dan v. Mrs. H. IJestor of this city is spend ing short time at the Immanuel hos pital in Omaha, where she is taking treatment for an old complaint from which she has been suffering for the past few years.. Mrs. Bestor has not been feeling the best, and on advice of her physician decided to spend a short time at the hospital, and is re ported as doing nicely. Her many friends will trust that the treatment may be found successful and soon re store her to health. J. E. SPENCER, FATHER OF MRS. t C. HILL, DIED SUNDAY Yesterday morning at his home, near Beemer, Neb., Mr. J. E. Spencer fjci.-cn civttijk duel .in iijncs ui :sui:ic months, ruffering from cancer. His daughter, Mrs. E. C. Hill, of this city, was present at the bedside when the father passed to the great beyond, and she has been there for some time looking after him as well as her sis ter, who passed away last Tuesday. Mr. Spencer was an old resident of Cuming county, having moved there in 18(!7, rnd taken up a homestead on which he had since lived. He was a Oi Stoves that do not Smoke or Smell! We have a large assortment of all kinds of Oil Stoves to pick from. Stop in and talk it over with us. Blaster FLOYD D. M'CART AND fVIISS FRANCES KOUBEK UNITED IN MARRIAGE Saturday evening at the home of the bride's mother, in the south part veteran of the civil war and a member of tlje city, occurred the marriage df E. G. Shallenberger and wife were among those going to Omaha this afternoon, where Mrs. Shallenberger will consult Dr. Ii. B. Davis in that city and may possibly be compelled to enter one of the hospitals for treatment. tor many years of Wisner post, Grand Army of the Republic. The funeral will be held Tuesday and the body laid to rest in the Wisner cemetery. The sei-vices will be in charge of the Grand Armv post. The death of Mr. Spencer comes as severe Idow to Mrs. Hill, following :n a few days that of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Spencer, who was buried only last Friday, r.nd in her grief this estimable lady will receive the deep est sympathy of tha friends in this city, who will share with her the deep afll.ction over the loss of two most dear to her. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends and neighbors who helped us during the sickness and death of our loved one. We also wish to thank the teachers and scholars and the Loyal Mystic Legion and the many friends for the beautiful flowers. MIL AND MRS. T. A. STUECKLIN. SUIT FILED AGAINST THE MILLING COMPANY BY BANK OF NEHAWKA George H. Olive, assessor of Weep ing Water city, and R. B. Jameson, assessor of Weeping Water precinct, came in this morning to make their returns to the county assessor's office, having completed the work of listing the taxable property, of their . localities. nns i-arKening was among me visitors in the city last Saturday at tending to some trading with the mer chants and visiting with friends. Mrs. William Higgins, of Manley arrived in the city Saturday after noon to enjoy a1 visit here at the home of Mrs. F. R. Guthmann ai family. a suit nas neen rueu in tne omce of Clerk of the District Court James Robertson by the Bank of Nehawka against the Nehawka Muling com pany, a corporation, engaged in the milling business in that place, in which tho bank seeks to recover the sum of $11,02!, together with inter est of 7 per cent, on eight promissory notes held by the bank against the company and covering a period trcm October 21, The notes are of different dates and amounts, totaling the sum noted above, and for which the Bank of Nehawka desires to re cover a judgment. Mr. Floyd D. McCart and Miss Fran ces Koubek. two of the popular young people of this locality. .The wedding was attended by a number of the relatives and friends of the contract ing parties. The marriage lines were read by the Rev. P. Reynolds in a most impressive manner as the two young people were joined for life as one. Following the ceremony the riewlyweds were showered with the well wi.-hes of their friends, while a dainty luncheon was served to the members of the bridal party and friends. The bride is tho daughter of Mrs. Joseph Koubek and a young lady held in the highest esteem in this com munity, where she has been reared to womanhood, and possesses a large circle cf warm friends who will ex tend to her their best wishes for many years of happiness. The groom is a young man of industry, who has made his home in this portion of the ounty for the last few years, where he has been engaged in farm work, and is well worthy of the charming young laJy he has secured as a helpmate. Why not get the best? Hotel Riley. Eat at the Poultry Wanted WANTED to hear from owner of good farm for sale. Send cash price and description. D. F. Bush, Min neapolis, Minn. 3-16-2tw Subscribe for the Journal. Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday, May 22, 23 and 24, I will pay the following prices for poultry delivered to me in Platts mouth, Nebraska. Hens 14c Roosters 7c FRED DAWSON, North Sixth St. r v' fOtfSxLmUM. .r. Hill iirdiitu ,ii Overlaed Car Will Tritsch was among the visitors from the country Saturday who brav ed the wet and disagreeable weather and came in to look after the week-end -UDGE MORRISSEY AT ELM WOOD shopping. From Saturday s Dally. Chief Justice Andrew M. Moi rissey of Lincoln will be the orator at the Decoration day services at Elmwood, and the residents of our neighboring town are to be congratulated on secur ing the distinguished jurist as their speaker for this occasion. Judge Mor- rissey has demonstrated that lie is one of the ablest men that has sat cn the state supreme court bench, and each day the people of Nebraska real ize his worth fo them. Judge Mor- lissey is also a brilliant orator and will give a fine address on this day, set apart to honor the memory of the dead of the nation. Mrs. W T. Adams, who has been visiting near St. Paul, Neb., at the home of her son. Max Adams, and family, returned home this afternoon on No. 21. Mrs. and Mrs. Will Seybert, from near cuiiom, accompanied by their daughter, Miss Honor, were in the city a few hours last Saturday, coming down on the Schuyler. Mr. Warwick Saunders of Saun ders company, Omaha, visited over Sunday at the home of W. T. Rich ardson at Mynard. 6-Cylindcr 7-Passcngcr Touring Car $1145.00 f. o- b. Toledo, Ohio 4- " 5- " Willys-Knight 1125.00 " " " 4- " 5- " Model 83 Overland 695.00 " " " 4 " 5- x " " 75 " 615.00 " " M tl t 1 it mm mm . i mm- " " 595. OO " " rrank Knoden, who is engaged in the insurance business in the county, was in the city for a few hours today, looking after the interests of his com pany. ii W. J. Vallery, wife and little son came down from Havelock Saturday evening and spent Sunday here with relatives and friends, returning to their home yesterday afternoon. Automobile Insurance AT To date the Willys-Overland Company has manufactured and shipped over 125,000 1916 Model Automobiles, which is more than double of any automobile manufacturer with the exception of one. It is also more cars than the Overland Co. themselves made for 1914 and 1915 combined. We have cars of each model in stock and will be pleased to demonstrate same. JOHN BAUER, Agent Carter Albin and son, Harry, and daughter, Versa, drove in this morn ing from their home, northeast of Union, and spent a few hours here looking after some trading. While in the city Mr. Albin paid the Journal a pleasant call and renewed his sub rcription for another year. LOWEST RATES! FORD CARS Fire Insurance One Year $400.00 $4.00 Fire and Theft Insurance 1 Year $400.00 -$8.80 PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA J. H. Bachelor of Thurman, la., who has been visiting for several days at Ashland with his sister, Mrs. May Derleth. came in this morniner and mi -a. u m ... on your new cars will visit here until tomorrow with I J his friends in this city before return ing to his home. ' While here Mr. Bachelor was a very pleasant caller I at the Journal editorial rooms. I Rilev Block "We write your insurance at the same rate each vear if we get the insurance T. 13. POLLOCK, Your G-D Justrite Corset has everything you can wish for. The late fashion lines are always found in the new models. The boning is rustless and will not break or become set to the body. You have a great variety of fabrics to choose from; some models are in coutil, some in batiste, others in broche and fancy weaves. The hose supporters are strong and durable. But best'of all, they have a lifjurn moulding- and fitting: quality that actually does change your figure, giving to it pleasing lines. G-D .Tustritcs have the repu tation of mak ing good lig u res. nck faced and front faced Look for the little O.D Just rite Tag inside each corset. It's the guarantee. 6-0 Justrites are RUSTLESS ard guaranteed to glre satisfactory wear E. G. Dovey & Son VALUE! QUALITY! SERVICE!