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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1916)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WTERLY JOURNAL.
REV. HALSEY AT THE PRE3-
"Hov to make my Thanksgiving dinner look good as well as
taste -cod " is a problem ycu have to meet once a year, and one which
deserves a little, time and consideration since we have this year so
many things for which to be thankful.
If you have postponed the purchase of your table linen, now is
the time to get it before the selections become less complete and, if you
will pardonis for mentioning it, before prices get higher; for as you
know, linens are very scarce.
Pattern cloth, 2x2 1-2, Napkins to match 22 in. price. . . $6.00
Pattern cloth 2 yds. square, napkins to match, 11 in, price 5.0U
Pattern cloth' 2x2 1.2, napkins to match, 24 in., price 6.00
Pattern cloth, 70x88, price 4.00
Pattern cloth, 2x2 1-2, price 5.00
PaMcrn cloth, 2x2 1-2, price 6.00
Plain linen Damask, per yd.. . .
Chrysanthemum pattern, heavy linen, per yd l.ob
Chrysanthemum pattern, good quality, per yd. . 1.25
Nasiurtium pattern, good quality, per yd 1.25
Pansy pattern, good quality, per yd 1.25
Pansy pattern, good quality, per yd ... y . . 'l5
Napkins, prices from $2.25 to $3.75
Mercerized cotton Damasks, prices per yd 50c, 65c and 75c
Only Six W
Permit us to suggest the following articles as suitable for gifts:
Stamped towels, linen and cotton huck, a beautiful variety vof
beautiful designs to be embroidered in cross stitch, French knots and
We carry a complete line of all kinds of stamped goods, such
as pillow cases, luncheon sets, laundry bags, center pieces, pillows, etc.
Also made up lingerie in packages with floss to complete.
" ' We have a wonderful assortment of turkish towels and wash
cloths to match. All kinds and all prices.
muo Your topping wowioa
abb. -Lo 4k V
We like to serve.
Call Phones 53 and 54.
I'drmer Soldiirs With !ar.dit Loader
Are Arretted in Juarez.
El Pa?o, Tex., Nov. 12. A plot
1) tuhe 1 amonjr memhers of the Mexi
can difacto garrison at Jrarev. to
o ej thi ov the Carranza military con
til of the border town and turn it
over to Villi-tas. was checked Satur
day when sixty soldiers of thci cu.-
t-rr.is jruard were taken into custody
a?id disarmed. Carranzista officials
announced that all were formerly un
der Pancho Villa, but were granted
amnesty when his power waned.
liesidents were warned to leave the
i streets by 10 o'clock. Early in the
! 1 1 A 1 . I . A
uay a. v. urnmzisut ri;air.v ut'iai iiiunii,
marched to the liver and took the
guards at the Mexican end of the in
te: rational bridge to the customs
house, where they are being held. Al-1,-eito
Chevez. commandant of the fis
cal division, is reported also in cus
tody. Several volleys of shots across the
Rio Grande river were plainly heard,
but the cause of the disturbance is as
yet unknown. Carranzista officials do
not admit any knowledge of the firing.
NOTICE WATER CONSUMERS.
Are your water fixtures and shut
off valves in proper shape for winter?
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Plattsmouth Water Company.
The Journal delivered at your door
for only 10 cents a week.
TUMULTY SENDS WILSON
HEW FIGURES ON ELECTION
Washington, D. C, Nov. 11. Secre
tary Tumulty today sent the follow
ing telegram to President Wilson at
"More complete returns show that
you have received the largest vote
ever cast for a candidate for the presi
dency. You have received nearly a
million more votes than were cast for
both Taft and Roosevelt in 1912. Your
gain over 1912 is three times as much
as was ever gained by a president
running for re-election."
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS.
Yesterday morning the pulpit at the
Presbyterian church was occupied by
the Rev. W. N. llalsey of Omaha sn
the absence of the pastor. Rev. If.
G. McClusky. who was called to New
York by the death of his father last
Thursda The s-ermon, given was a
very able one and the conclusion
of the services a congregational meet
ing was held anil at which it was
voted unanimously, to raise the salary
of the rector to Sl'" per month. This
act was a little surprise on the part
of the members of the congregation
for their minister and he will be noti
fied of the action of the congregation
o nil's return from the east. Rev. II
ij. .uciusK.y nas been a great aio in
the upbuilding of the church and his
efforts have shown a devotion to tin
best interests of the faith of his con
gregation and tlie recognition (-iron
him has been well deserved.
APPRECIATION" OF SUPPORT.
Two pianos going cheap. Come and
look them over. They are bargains.
At Electric Shoe Store. 11-10-tfd
I i A Big Dividend D
I for Our Gust
X . Jj
Our Profit Sharing Plan.
IF you have bought from this store during
the year of 1916 you have contributed to our suc
cess and are entitled to a discount of 25 per cent
on any purchase you wish to make at this store,
beginning Wednesday, November 15 until Satur
day, December 3d, allowing you nearly 3 weeks
to take advantage of this liberal offer.
This includes our new winter models of Fisk, Gage and Edco hats,
your dividend on these will be from $1 to $3 on each hat.
Our stylish Mme. Lynn and Alberta corsets, regularly priced at
from $1 to $S, less ycur divident of 25 per cent.
Our guaranteed Manhatten hair goods full 18 in switches worth
$2.50, less your dividend, $1.87.
We are glad to be able to declare this dividend to our customers
just at the beginning of the winter season, and hope to see you take ad
vantage of it.
tl'l'1!', , .,
I desire to express my dejiest ap
preciation to my friends in Cas:
county for their splendid support at
the i lection on November 7th for mv
candidacy for .float reiiresentative
Their aid and assistance will be long
remembered and it will be my most
earnest uesire to represent tnom ;r
a satisfactory manner in the legis
L. CI. TODD, Union, Neb.
OMAHA COUPLE ARE WEDDED.
Saturday afternoon Mr. Harry C.
Fuller and Miss Alice FJmquist, both
of Omaha, called at the office of Judge
. J. Reeson to secure the much, de
sired license that would entitle them
to take up life's journey as one and
were given the permission of the state
to wed. Thev sought the home of
ev. J. II. Steger of the St. Paul's
hurch who performed the ceremony i:i
i very impressive manner and at its
conclusion the newly weds returned
to their home in the metropolis.
SOCIAL WORKERS. NOTICE.
The Social Workers of the M. K.
hurch will meet at the home of Mrs.
. V. Copenhaver. tomorrow, Tues
iy afternoon, at 2:-')0. instead of at
the church parlors as announced in
the M. E. church notes in the Satur-
ay evening issue. All niombvM'
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to return my most sincere
thanks to the many friends thitough-
out the citv and county for their
plendid support at the recent elec
tion, and I shall, by my service in of
fice endeavor to show my appreciation
of their confidence and esteem.
FRANK J. LI REUS HAL,
for pictures of the
or anything photographic!
Now is the right 'time to make a
move for Christmas Photos.
Your Firsf Filove!
"HEARTS OF MB?
AT THE GEM TUESDAY
France Rallance, of Clenwood. vas
an over JMinuav visitor here with his
arents and other relatives and
friends, returning, to the Iowa citv
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Sound the Loud Timbrel
and Twang the Hurdy-Gurdy
One Night Only
Tusday, Nov. 14th
The spirited horses and excit
ing horse race.
The famous Kentucky Thor
oughbred, Queen Bess.
The rollicking fun of the ini
A picture 'that makes a strong ap
peal to women and children who, after
all, supply the greater part of pa-
tions of motion picture theaters is
''Hearts of Men," based upon a story
written by the worhl-t anions music
composer and author, Charles K. Har-
l is. This picture was oiiginally en
titled "School Hells,' but it was found
expedient to abandon the title and
substitute the one which it now bears.
Although there is a great deal of
grown-up drama in this picture, in
terest will chiefly be seen, we think,
in the juvenile pait of the feature.
The producer has called upon the
services of a great many very pretty
children not merely pretty, but clever
actors and actresses. In the school
scenes, the loves and hatreds, the jeal
ousies and the flhtatlons and the
other incidents of juvenile life, which
we look back upon with a smile, gave
Mr. l'eckroth the opportunity of mak
ing some very pretty ar.d thrilling
scenes. You get all the comedy,
drama and pathos of a mixed school
of pretty children.
The principal part of the photoplay
concerns itsvlf with a feud of a cou
ple of d'eiman immigrants, one of
whom robbed teh other across the At
lantic. It is by the agency of a small
child of one of them that Ih.ey are
brought together again, to fiht their
battles over again; but in the end the
two long-sundered friends are brought
together again, bv the kindly offices of
the little children who show them
selves ootent enough to touch the
"Hearts of Men."
It is a very gracefully directed pict-
ure avid a wnoie lot oi naiurai action
th -it goes straight to the heart.
Arthur Donaldson and lleulah Poyn-
ter are the hero and heroine of thi
picture, and there are', some very
clever little children, who, as time
roes on. are prcbablv destined to
achieve stellar ranks in motion picture
"Hearts of Men" will be shown at
the Gem next Tuesdav night.
cast iron stoves give
best results and least
trouble. Points of mer
it in Economy, Dura
bility, Convenience and
Appearance. If you
will stop at our store
we shall be glad to
show you this fine line
Touring Car $360 Runabout $345
Sedan $645 Coupelet $505
with $22.05 freight added.
We liavc adopted tlie lYird schedule of charges fr all
repair and overhauling johs and have engaged Ray Hitch
man and (luy Keese to look after that branch of our business
which insures to all Ford owners prompt and efficient service.
We carry a complete stock of I Mini parts, automobile sup
plies, tires, tubes and tire chains.
r.KMXC YOl'k FORDS TO US FOR RFPAIRS AND
POLLOCK. FORD DEALER.
Office Tel. No 1. Shop Tel. No. 58 Plattsmouth
DANCE NOVRMIiEU 18.
On Saturday eveninjr, November 18,
the Cate City orchestra of Chicago
will nrivo a errand ball at Coates hall.
This orchestra has just finished a na
tional tour with the Williams select
players of New York. This is a cordial
invitation for everyone. We welcome
all. Come one, come all. A prood time
Poultry f anted
Seats on sale . at Weyrich &
Hadraba's Saturday a. m.
9 y u ffw
A car load of live poultry to be de
livered at car. near C. 13. & Q. depot,
Plattsmouth, Neb., .Friday, November
17, for which we will pay in cash:
Old Cox 8c
Old Turkeys 17c
Beef Hides 17c
Lartre horse hides, each $5.r0
We will be on hand rain or shine
and lake care of all poultry offered.
W. E. KEEfJEY
The undersigned will offer for sale
at public auction at his home, one and
one-half miles south of Plattsmouth,
romriH-ni'inir at 1 :H) o'clock p. m.,
ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH
The following described property:
One bay mare, eight years old,
mare, eight years old,
mare, smooth mouth,
One span of mules, eight and nine
Seven head of cows, four giving
milk, others fresh before sale.
Two heifer calves, two months old.
Two Poland China male hogs, two
4o Head of pigs, two to six months
One 5-passenger Ford car.
One farm wagon.
Two sets ly2 inch harness.
Two sets buggy harness.
One John Deere cultivator.
One McCormick hay rake.
One Deering mower.
One National cream separator.
One 200-lb Artie ice box.
And many other articles.
Therms of Sale: $10 and under,
cash. Over $10 six months' credit,
purchaser giving bankable note with
interest at eight per cent. No prop
erty to be removed from the premises
until settled for.
G. M, PARKER
W. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
C. G. FRICKE, Clerk.
ST. MARY'S GUILD NOTICE.
St. Mary's Guild Will meet with
Mrs. John Donelan Tuesday afternoon
at 2:30. St. Mary's Guild will meet
every Tuesday afternoon up to the
time for holding their Christmas ba
zaar, December 8th and 9th. ll-ll-2td
William Richards, of South Bend,
was in the city today for a short visit
looking after some business matters
at the court house.
For Sale Two good male calves
and one milch cow. Inquire of K. E.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Wrr- TIIK DIAMOND BRAND. A
Ladle! Ask year Druglat for
Mil. in It. A InH U.IJ 7,7
boes. sealed with Blue Ribbon.
Xafce bo ether. Uy of your v
prneelnt. Ask f r IfKS-TER'S
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vcsk known nc Ttr. ;i(w , A I...... -t : -v i -
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERVHHERE
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
Saturday Night, Nov. 18
rand Good Time Assured
Music Furnished by Holly's Orchestra
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 J
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