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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1916)
MONDAY, JULY 21. 1916
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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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...aire a a. .' i' Jo.-cj.h San.-?,
aaa ;ir . S-v.s and daughter, IJeulah,
.! 7 '. ! i i J i-.ti-r-i.'i.a entertained
v :' -v. vU-is C'i:S. Many visi
! . ii ad i; u'lui'iv, were pre-
!.. Tdv c!f.': i- i-ae of the larirest
t v. id kind in the state,
a ; i v a ! .1 boh time anil
a ',. .'aid aaaaing this one of our
ir.iv. v a iaa; meetings. A sploiu!-i-:
t.-r .:! :' i'!'.vt-d the business ses
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, .v. .. ... v 'a. Lumber of beautiful
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ia ' r t ae a ft. rrci.n's discussion.
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i - at Ci itain and F rar.ee.
aa.d i.faiaetia oa business offered
''at-a-a r leient inquiries have
eed.-d deli.-...'y tlltiv until March
.!'.! 7, in iiva.iiiig tijr belief that
war vi!! iast beyond that time,
i . .a; ua-ister-ve en quick deliverie
'. ; lavcr.ted the successful closing
o.a.-ia, i;: the market last month.
: i.' atdry lor one-half million G-in.
a a iiiV'Mi ii-a; r.l.cut ID million dol
S v.i;'.t!.J x-.-A he canrddered bv at
;L one la.t a'e care i n, wida-h refused
is acount, although it was
ceilain it could have ob
tairiii the on tract. Uncertainty ex
ists i v.T.ifdnjg the exact. amount of war
bia.n.-ess aavv per.iling and the opinion
j.vava.ils that it is considerably larger
an reports iiavi; indicated. Several
a. ai . raa lau e been aked to ' bid on
i ortva.-t.-t l aanir.g all the way from
i-". million to :i0 raid ion dollars.
L. (.'2 r;-:Y:rr drove in this raorn
ro.r. lias farm home and spent a
ncr.? looKing alter tome
TRIPLETS ARE DOING NICELY
From Saturday's laiiv.
Reports from St. Catherine's hos
pital in Omaha state that the three
Riehter triplets, Joseph, Charles and
Herman, of Murray, whose mother
died at the St. Joseph hospital in that
eity within a few hours after their
birth, May 17, following a caesarean
operation are aininjj in weight stead
ily and getting along in fine shape.
It is now believed the th'ree little
boys will live, and every care possible
is given them in the hope of bringing
them through babyhood safely. The
doctors and nurses are all great ad
mirers of the little tots and they are
the pets of the nursery.
From Saturday's Tally
A serious automobile accident oc
curred on Monday evening near Mur
doek according to reports from that
section, when an automobile in which
Rev. and Mrs. Fred Reutlinger ef
Fremont were riding turned over. The
a ccic.cn t occurred five miles north
and a mile wet of the town of Mur
df tk, while the occupants cf the car
were er.rcute to Klmwooil where they
ware to vi-dt at the home of a sister
of Mis. Kuetlinger's sister, Mrs.
Ti e car turned over when it plung
d off .f a bridge into Cailaiian creek,
and Mrs Ruetiinger received five
I raki i; i ids as well a? having her
chest baailv mashed in the fall. The
in-stand, and little .".-year-old babe
wlv 'uc- e in the car . scaped without
c:iau injury. The injured lady waa
akin at once to the residence of
Rev. Sehwr.h, tliD Evanga-Iical pastor
,.i Ma-dock, is .still there in a very
;eriaa condition but it is thought that
: lu' will recovir from the effects of
d'o aia-'a!t:.t but will remain at Mur-
i cck iTtil it i tnoiign sale to nave
!n a taken te her sifter's liome at
i .dm wood. Ri v. Ruetlintrer is pastor
)f the laaangeidad. church at Fremont
: : wall known in -eligious circles in
:a.ti:n Nebaaska. The accident has
aaa: ad a nu.-t profound regret in the
! ca'ay where it recurred and where
injured lady is quite well known
io a lage nv.n.'oer the residents.
THE PROPER C0URS1
lid"rinaticH cf I'rictlcss Value to
Mow to act in an emergency is
an .-.vl, da'e of ir.e-timable worth, and
Ida is p.u ticularly true of the disease
aad ids of the human body. If you
-alfcr with kidney backache, urinary
al '.e, the advice contained in the
fola.v. ir.g statement should add a
valuable asset to your store of knowl
edge. What could be more convincing
p:oof of the efficiency of Dean's Kid
aey Pills than the : tatement of a
Fialtsneuth woman who used them
and who publicly tells of the benefit
Mrs. Harry Kuhney, Eighth and
J'c-mI Sts., Plattsmcuth, ays: "I
louldn't say anything but good in
praice of Doan's Kidney Pills for I
knrav from personal experience that
they are all that is claimed of them.
I use Doan's Kidney Pills whenever
my back aches and my kidneys are
not acting as they should and they
nevei" fail to give quick relief. We use
Doan's Kidney Pills in our home
whenever necessary for kidney
trouble and they always give good
Price r.Oc, at sdl dealers. Don't sim
y'y ask for kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Kuhney hud. Foster-Milburn
Co., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y.
PRESENTED WITH FINE CAKE
The Ladies Social Worker's club,
composed of the residents in the com
munity south of this city, on Satur
day afternoon remembered the Jour
nal publisher with a most acceptable
present in the shape of a fine Angle
food cake that was brought in by Mrs.
W. A. Taylor and Miss Nettie Smith,
and served as a most delightful
treat. The ladies have our most sin
cere thanks and it certainly demon
strates that they are not devoting
their time to the study of current
topics, but also are experts in the line
of preparing danties for the table.
AGENT FOR MONUMENTS.
R. L. Propst is the agent for the
Glenwood Monument works and
would be glad to call and show sam
ples to those desiring anything in this
line. Call telephone No. 4012.
Read the Evening Journal. Only 10
GO TO OMAHA AND
RETURN IN MOTOR
Yesterday morning a boating party
consisting of Jack Iverson, William
Ilinrichsen and Louie Kroehler em
barked at 7 o'clock in the motor boat
of Mr. Iverson and started for Oma
ha to enjoy the day on the rolling
deep. The voyage while not as event
ful as that of the submarine that
crossed from Kiel to Baltimore under
the waters of the Atlantic, was one
filled with much interest a.s well as
pleasure to the members of the party.
On the way up quite a little time was
lost near Folsom, la., when the craft
ran on a sand bar and it took quite a
good deal of skill to . get it afloat
again on the waters of the Big Muddy
but after several tries the boat was
floated and the party reached Omaha
shortly after 2 o'clock where a short
rest was had and the return trip was
then undertaken and the navigators
reached the landing here at o'clock,
his is mighty good time and especially
in the trip up the liver where the
boat was pulling against the current.
The boat has a 12-horse power en
f.int and certainly can get ur and
travel over the river in fine shape.
AT THE THIEROLF
Yesterday the pleasant home of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Thierolf was the scene
of a most delightful gathering when
cnumber of the friends of Miss Elsie
Thierolf from the Lord Lister hospital
in Omaha come down to enjoy a few
hours recreation from the heat and
closeness of the city. The time was
spent pleasantly on the cool shady
lawn of the Thierolf home, and at a
suitable hour a dainty and delicious
picnic supper was enjoyed on the lawn
to which all did ample justice, and in
the cool of the evening they departed
for the metropolis. Those who were
present from Omaha to enjoy the oc
casion were: Dr. Foltz, police sur
geon and wife, Miss Carrie DeVere,
Dr. Potter. Charles Robel, manager
of the hospital. Miss Flannery, super
intendent of the hospital. Miss Lillian
Luban, surgical nurse, Miss Mary
Clark, Miss Laura Henry, Miss Se
dalia Barlaw. Miss Hannan Wilson,
Miss Elsie Thierolf. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Thierolf and Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Roscncrans. of this city completed
the members of the pleasant party.
Come to The Journal for fine stationery.
Our New Policy One Price the Year Round
anything by marking goods at or below cost for clearance purposes.
The customer gets just what he pays for no less and no more. He doesn't have
to wait for sales and he doesn't have to worry about being stuck with seconds or infer
Try out this new plan. You're bound to like it. If there are any points which are
not clear, let us explain them. Our lines of stock are standard, but our prices are lower.
We do not offer bargains, but everything we sell is pure value. Fall in line with these
new methods and save yourself money.
' Come in and see our Summer Line of Society Brand, Kuppcnhcimcr and
Clothcraft Clothes the prices are right.
Car hart Overalls .
PICNIC AT PAPILLION
Yesterday Misses Marie Donnelly
and Edith Dovey delightfully enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. John W. Falter,
Miss Bonnie Huffey, Mr. Leonard
(Meisinger, Charles Dovey, Gretchen
Donnelly, Mr. Ralph Aldrich of Ne
braska City, and Byron Arries, in
honor of Miss Bonnie Huffey of Hast
ings, Neb., who is visiting at the
Dovey home. The jolly picnicko. .; ::.a-j
tored to the vicinity of Papillion in
the afternoon where a few hours were
very pleasantly spent in various out
dcor frolic and at a suitable time a
most tempting picnic lunch was
spread and to which all did ample
justice. The merry picnickers then
motored on to Omaha where they
spent a few hours.
THE SOUTH PART OF
THE CITY IMPROVING
TO GREAT EXTENT
The south portion of the city has
been doing a great deal of improving
this season in the building line and a
number of the homes in that section
of the city have been remodeled and
placed in first class shape and a num
ber of new hemes put up that great
ly adds to the appearance of that part
of the city and indicates that there is
a steady advancement in the property
iniests of that section.
With its wooded hills and handsome
hemes nesting among them there is
no more attractive spot in the whole
city than that lying in the south part
of Plattsmouth. The new homes that
have been erected are all occupied by
families that aid in making the city
prosperous and from Main street
south to the city limits there is a
region of handsome and attractive
homes that certainly speaks well for
the advancement of the city. With the
improvements already made and
those projected for the next few
months this section of the city will
come rapidly to the front.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Eevery family without exception
exception should keep this prepara
tion at hand during the hot weather
of the summer months. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
is worth many times its cost when
needed and is almost certain to be
needed before the summer is over. It
has no superior for the purposes for
which it is intended. Buy it now. Ob
Ed Dorr of Wabash was attending
to some important business matters
in this city Saturday and was a pleas
ant caller at this office.
Suppose you come into our store in March
and bought a suit for $20.00. Then a friend
of yours comes along in July and buys the
same suit for $ 1 5.00. Wouldn't you be a
little bit sore?
Yet that is exactly what happens where
clearance sales prevail at the end of a season.
We believe it is an unfair method and there
fore have discontinued it.
A one-price policy now prevails in our store.
You can buy just as early in the season as you
desire and be sure that you are getting the
same price as the man who buys three months
The Squareness of this Plan
The dealer as well as the customer gains
something from this new policy. It is true
that his profit may be smaller on each indi
vidual article sold, but the point is, he sells
more at this small profit and does not lose
A good sign to go by and
good knickerbockers to
your boy will be well dress
ed, comfortably dressed
and economically dressed.
Dutchess Knickers repre
sent the utmost in value.
Thousands of mothers
have been delighted with
their all-round excellence.
So will you with your first
CUT YOUR WEEDS
The law provides for the cutting
of the weeds along the public high
way from July 15 to August 15, and
the attention of the residents of Road
District No. 1, are called to this pro
vision of the law and requested to
comply with the law by having their
weeds cut. A great many of the resi
dents have already cut their weeds
and their action certainly one that is
appreciated and it is hoped all others
will co-operate in getting busy on the
weeds without delay
C. F. VALLERY, Road Overseer.
Rudolph Bergmann of Manley was
in the city yesterday attending the
ball game and visiting with his
. d :it 23 in tiie Journal
trading with the merchants.
I cents a week.
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