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MOtfDA, JUNE 5, 1916.
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Your Summer Underwear Problem
can be easily and quickly solved by letting us show you "Dependon" garments.
These are of an extremely fine gauze mercerized yarns, cut so as to give the most
elasticity where needed. They come in a complete variety of styles to fit every
Ladies' Union Suits; lace knee, tight knee, shell knee, prices 65 and 50c
Ladies' Union Suits; lace knee, all closed, prices 65 and 50c
Misses' Union Suits, drop seat, prices 35 and 25c
Ladies' Vests, prices 10c to $1.00
Men's Union Suits, ribbed and mesh, price $1.00
Men's Separate Garments, ribbed and mesh, price each 50c
Boys' Union Suits, ribbed and mesh, prices 25 and 50c
We have just received a complete variety of the newest things in Collars, the new
large Puritan Collars, made of fine organdy, marquisette and net with lace and
pleated frills. Prices ranging from 35c to $1.50
New Collar and Cuff Sets, with blue and rose frills, also plain white sets.
Prices 50 and 65c
Call Phones 53 and 54.
We Like to Serve.
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WITH ALL HONOR
Pupils Acquitted Themselves Well
and Received Much I'raise From
The pupils of Miss Olive Cass Sat
urday afternoon gave a most pleas
ing recital at her home, which was
thoroughly enjoyed by all tho.se in
attendance and which reflected great
skill on the part of the young people
and the ability of the teacher who has
had charge of their instruction.
The program as prepared was as
follows, but some of the pupils from
Pacific Junction missed, the train, to
the great disappointment of the class,
and were unable to be present:
Duett Golden Rod White
Una Crook and Eva Crook
Pretty Little Butterfly Spaulding
Bird's Morning Song Streabbog
Dance of the Fairy Queen. .. .Bugbee
At Dancing School Arnold
Soldiers Marching By Renard
Airy Fairies Spaulding
Cinderella Match Engelmann
Gladys Waltz Fearis
Fairy Dell Mackey
On the Deep Sea Steinheimer
Soldier's Song Steinheimer
After Wild Flowers Streabbog
Vocal Solo "God Remembers
When the World Forgets". .
Carrie Jacobs Bond
Mrs. Charles Haynie
Decoration Day Spaulding
The Shepherd Boy Wilson
Spring Song Mendelssohn
Flower Song Lange?
Simple Confession Thome
The Voice of the 'Cello Weil
Duett The Approach of Spring.
Ruth Jacks and Mabel ledgway
The numbers given by little Ruby
Kimmel and Nettie Spangler were a
pleasant surprise to their friends, be
ing played with much taste and ex
pression. The selections given by Margaret
Jay, Eva Crook, Ethel Stone and Una
Cook showed much ability in memoriz
ing and were played with ease and
precision, thereby delighting the au
dience. Jack Parmele and Richard Beverage
received much applause for the man
ner in which they played "On the Deep
Sea" and Soldier's Song. "Decoration
Day" by Orpha Stone gave snatches
of "Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp
Ground" and other songs loved by our
soldiers, and was received with ap-
f (PJ ifff
6-Cylindcr 7-Passenger Touring Car $1145.00 f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio
" Model 83 Overland 695.00
75 " 615.00
75 " 595.00
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
plause. The ever welcome "Spring
Song" by Mendelssohn, was played
with skill and spirit by Fay Crook.
Mabel Ledgway gave as her offering,
Dvorak's "Humoresque" and this was
given with unusually good expression.
'.'The Flower Song" was played in an
excellent manner, with much express
ion by Edna Born. One of the most
delightful numbers was "Simple Con
fession" by Ruth Jacks, and it was
thoroughly enjoyed. "The Voice of
the 'Cello" was given by Ina Crook
and was an excellent imitation of the
soulful tones of that instrument. The
duetts, "Golden Rod" by Una and Eva
Crook, and "Approach of Spring" by
Ruth Jacks and Mabel Ledgway were
enthusiastically received and brought
to a close a most delightful program.
THE BIO !
Executive Committee Held lis First
Meeting This Morning to Start
the Pall A-liclliRK.
Nothing Can Undermine It In Platts-mouth.
People are sometimes slow to
recognize true merit, and they cannot
be blamed, for so many have been
humbugged in the past. The experi
ence of many Plattsmouth residents,
expressed publicly through new-papers
and other sources, places Doan's
Kidney Pills on a firm foundation
J. L. McKinney, Granite street,
Plattsmouth, says: "Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured from the Crescent
Pharmacy, are the best medicine I
ever used lor disordered kidnevs.
Whenever I have had occasion to take
them they have never failed to gie
the best of results." (StaUtneiit
given April 10, 1!U2.)
On February 22. 11) 10, Mr. Mc
Kinney said: "I am ready to back
up what I have said, before regarding
my experience with Doan's Kidney
Pills. I have never found anything
equal to them for lame back and a
few doses has always done good
Price iJ cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKinney has twice pubiiciv
recommended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., RulTalo, X. Y.
One bed, 1 spring mattress, 1
dresser, 2 small tables, 1 bookcase
witlf desk, 1 commode, 1 sofa, 2 rock
ers, 1 piano, 1 dining room table, 1
itchen table, 1 sewing machine, "
dining room chairs, 2 kitchen chairs.
2 piano stools, 1 cabinet, 1 hall rack,
pillows, several sofa pillows, 1
kitchen range, 1 coal oil stove, 1 mir
ror, l wasning machine, ringer, wash
board and tubs, 1 copper boiler, 1 big
5-gallon jar, several small ones, sev
eral fruit jars, by the dozen, kitchen
utensils, toilet set, water set, 1 set of
dinner dishes, 2 big Axminster rugs,
several small rugs, several pictures,
carpet sweeper, 1 cedar mop, 1 iron
ing board, 1 table pad, 1 water bar
rel, 12 window curtains, clothing for
man or woman, 1 set of engineering
books, 1 clothes rack, several glasses
of jelly and cans of fruit, 1 gas plate
and fixtures, and many others too
numerous to mention. I will he at
my home on tenth and uranite
streets any evening from 5 to 8 p. m.
and will be glad to show you the
goods. C. M. HOLMRKRG.
Ed Murray, Dave Murray and
George Stites of the vicinity of Union
were visitors in this city Saturday
S. C. Uoyles, one of the leading
esidents of Elmwood, was here for
short time today, looking after a
few matters at the court house.
Colonel W. E. Jenkins of Murray
was in the city for a short time to
day, en route from his home to Oma
ha to visit for the day in that city.
Fire Insurance One Year
Fire and Theft Insurance 1 Year
We write your insurance at the same
rate each year if we get the insurance
on your new cars.
T. H. POLLOCK,
The executive committee of the fall
festival held their first annual meet
ing this mornin to discuss the arrange
ments for the event that gives prom
jse of being the greatest event that
lias been h-ld in this city in a number
of years. The eh-fmite dates for the
oent was set form Thursday, August
21, to Monday, Sept-mbcr 1, and will
give five big festal day:; full of enjoy
ment and pleasure to Plattsmouth
people and the visitors who will be
gathered for this great big time. The
heads of the diir'll"ererii committees
their part of the program to 10 ike f.he
celebration a winner in every way.
On t!e dilT'trever.t committees tie fol
lowing chairmen were seleeLed: City
Government, Mayor Sattlei ; Fir: nee.
J. F. Falter; Home Coming, K. 15.
Windham; Uaseball, Claud Smi'.h;
Decoration, C. E. Ilaney; High School,
Raymond Larson; Stock Show, Dr.
(). Sandin; Publicity, II. A. Schneider;
Concessions and Grounds Dr. D. 1.
Revnolds; Entertainment. J. V. H:tt.
It is expected t,o start the ball roll
ing at once on the work of preparation
for week and the amusements and free
attractions which Will be a part ot
the elite! t linnient featuies will be se
cured and advertised unite the gen
eral plan of the festival is being laid
out. The Home Coming feature of
the festival will be opened on Friday.
September 1st, with a well balanced
program that will furnish edentey of
entertainment for th? f rmer i esi
dents of the city, in audition to the
other amusements that will-be secured
to add to the pleasures of ihe evert.
On the first few days the Cass county
residents will receive special honors
and in the baseball game, the teams
from the county will be secured if pos
sible J.I'd it is probable that Eay.ie.
will play here either on Thursday er
Frioay, and on the last three days the
crack teams of Omaha will be here tj
play the Fed Sox. On Sunday, Sep
tember Md, the churches of the city
will entertain the old residents of t-.e
city with special services :is we!! as
ether attractions. The closing day,
Labor Day, will be set aside for the
laboring people with a great demon
stration that will prove ji fitting cbse
to the event and one long to be remem
bered. The occasion is going to be the
greatest boost the city has had in
'ears, and all of the citizens are urged
New Perfection Fireless Cooking
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Combines a four-burner
stove, fireless cooker,
oven, cabinet and warm'
ing shelf , into one com
pact yet roomy complete
cooking device. ,
A popular priced cabinet style stove. Two burners uneler the oven
section. Just, one burner is sutlicient for all oven purpe)ses. The extra
burner is convenience when it is desired to preheat the oven quickly.
e)p.Mi -rate in bottom of oven makes it possible to use oven burners for
grate surface cooking by opening erven eloor anel removing raeiks.
' u wash day, for example, the boiler can be heated on ,he two outside
! urner.s while the oven burners may be used to cook your mid-day meal.
TOR & SWTEK
W ash Goods Sale is Now On!
We are showing a good variety of Wash Goods in ex
40-inch Striped and Figured Voile
to aid it in every wa;.
the fall festival can
led letter event.
possible so that
TALK AT THE PRE
A large number of the members of
the C. E. Society of the Presbyterian
church anel memlxus ef the church
anel congregation gathered in the En
eleavor ienm at the church last eve
ning to hear Mr. George C. Reed of
Weeping Wjiter, who has been engag
ed in the missionary work at Morenco
for the past sixteen and one-half
years. It was a most interesting and
instructive talk, anel was most highly
appreciated by the large number in at
tendance, and fortunate enough to
hear him. Mr. Reed first spoke of and
tolei why we are to ge to all lands
and preach the gospel. He hael a
large map of Africa displayed and
pointed out the various countries and
told of the varieus people located in
that land. He also told of some of the
work done by Moffatt anel Stanley,
who were among the first missionar
ies to that lanel. Mr. Heed then toeik
Morocco, the portion ot Alrica
The above is a selection to retail at per yard .25c and is a
rare bargain at the price. Mercerized Palm Beach Cloth
for Skirts and Sport Suits at 25, 50 and 60c per yard. See
our selection of Ladies' Collars and Neckwear. We are
showing Shirt Waists on the bargain counter.
SLEDS & LOTS
Dr 1 hh ' A
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forty minutes. Georgie, the boy won
der, by means -of what he terms his
magnetic power, matches his strength
against the combined efforts of twelve
men taken from the crowd and makes
them easy his victims. He only weighs
102 pounds and cannct be lifted.
And come to the entertainment given
on the church lawn tomorrow, Tues
day, evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock, by
the children of St. Luke's church
school. If rainy, it will be postponed
to the first pleasant night.
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A free attraction will be given on
the streets of Plattsmouth Saturday
afternoon at 3 anel in the evening at
George Abbott, the boy wonder, has
made arrangements with the Commer
cial club of our city to give a free
entertainment from a large platform
on the streets of the city, on Satur
day and again in the evening. Each
entertainment will last appromimately
NOTICE KNIGHTS AND LADIES
The Knights and Ladies of Security
will meet tomorrow evening at the
rooms in the Woodman building at 8
o'clock. Initiation ami refreshments.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
I desire to notify the public that
John and Frank Boetel are no longer
connected with my livery and auto
line. Q. K. PARMELE.
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where he spent so many years,
then told ef the inhabitants, some of
their customs, characteristics and
laws. He said that most of the in
habitants of Morroco are of the Mo
hammed religion, and that it was very
hard to convince them that there was
a better religion, and one that would
make them live better lives.. At the
close of this splendid talk an offering
RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL
Ward Patton, who for the past few
weeks has been at the Immanuel hos
pital in Omaha, recovering from the
effects of an operation, was able to
return home yesterday afternoon and
is feeling in the best of shape and
much improved as the result of tha
A large stock of the season's best styles from a prom
inent Eastern maker have just been marked and placed
on our tables. Most of them are of plaid and striped
ginghams trimmed in whiteand matched plain colors.
Wonderfully attractive styles and real values.
AGES 8 TO 14
Prices 65c, $1, $1.25, $1.65
E. G. Dovey & Son
A want ad will bring what you want. I
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