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For your Thanksgiving dinner at the Pure food store of
Roque fort cheese.
Neu Chatel cheese.
Century cream cheese.
Full cream cheese.
Eelle and Bugle cranberries.
Long Jumbo celery.
Heinz mince meat.
2 quarts (small) cranberries 15c
3 lbs. macaroni .25c
5 lbs Oatmeal 25c
5 lbs. Rice 25c
2 large can Tomatoes 25c
2 1-2 Fancy Peaches in syrup 20c
2 1 -2 Fancy Pineapple . . . '. 20c
TRINKKV dOLDEX CALENDAR.
Trior's Wall Calendar for 1817 is
a mat for eye and mind.'. Upon a
polU-n background rises the majestic
ffjre of Columbia with nine beauties
in charming national costumes. Wash
ington's portrait and five views
(Rhine. Italian vineyard, Triner's lab
oratory and two interiors) complete
the beautiful picture. Send 10 cents
to cover the mailing expenses. Jos.
Triner. Manufacturer of American
Elixir of Bitter Wine, -13:33-1339 S.
Ahland Ave., Chicago, 111.
Mrs. Joseph Tubbs of near Mynard
Itparted this morning for Tecumseh
where she will spend a short time vis
iting with her dauehter. Mrs. C. W.
Jones in that citv.
BOOSTING MELD FOR
THE BOARD OF CONTROL
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia and constipation; weakens the
whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c
per box) act mildly on the liver and
bowels. At all drug stores.
An appointment to membership on
the State Board of Control is what
E. O. Mayfield is after, and he has a
fine array of endorsers who are urg
ing his claim upon Governor-elect
Xeville. Mr. Mayfield is an old-time
republican newspaper man well known
all over Nebraska and is financially
interested in the two weeklies con
ducted by his brothers, one at Stanton
and the other at Louisville. The board
is made up of three commissioners, of
which one must be a republican and
no two from the same congressional
district, and it is the one appointed
a republican, Judge Kennedy, and
who happens to be charged to this
district, whose term is expiring.
at Dawson's store,
i Parmele Theatre! E
one performance only
Direct from the Boyd Theatre in Omaha
HARVEY D. ORR'S
Snssdiesl of all the Musical Comedies
Biggest Novelty and Dance Show of the Year
30 -PEOPLE 30 3 ACTS
Twenty-Two Tuneful Tunes
Third Successful Season Everything New
A Car Load of Special Scenery! Captivating Chorus!
Most Beautiful and Expensive Gowns and Costumes
Ever Carried With a Traveling Production!
Imperial Quartette ( ) Pretty Girls Galore
TUT DIP DIIMUAV Over the Heads of the Audience
THE bib nUNWAl witn Twenty Pretty Girls Gaily
Dancing Above. Something You .Don't Want to Miss.
Everything New! Biggest Success in Years!
Special Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00
Seats on Sale at Weyrich & Hadraba's
P. A. Meisinper of n?ar Cedar
Creek was in the city today attending:
to some trading with the 'merchants.
E. C. Wigrfrenhorn of Ashland is in
the city today for a short time at
tending to some matters at the court
John R. Meisinger came in this
afternoon from his farm home and
departed for Omaha over the Burling
ton at 1:58.
Will Rice of Murrnv was in the
He Uses the Safe end
Sure Thing at Home
P A. EflrtJ. Conejo, Calif., writes as
follows: 1 lave sold Foley's Honey
and Tar Compounu tutu aiw timer lines
of oouith medicines for a number of
viarX on never use anything- but
Koleys Honey and Tar Compound for
tpV family or myself, as I find it pro
duces the best results, always cures
severe colds and sore chest and does
not contain opiates or other harmful
Unthinking- and careless neonl nr.
lect their coughs and colds, not realiz
ing now iney weaKen tne system and
lower the vital resistance to such grave
diseases as bronchitis, pleurisy and
For promptly averting serious
suits from a cold, use Foley's H
anil rTVi t . n r i .
It spreads a heal
T -- - -. " - . . Kiivye i-(JUKI'S.
Txy nsr 1 Xrle&d.
SHORT COURSE AT WEEPING
WATER A SPLENDID SUCCESS
t u ., .Iqv nttendinjT I lne Foothlne inf?iiVnr- j-
uu . ir nuui i . .. flamed nrfi filX.-'? 'M
. , -J A-fnnfP nr. tne I " V" "V . ' . '. ami
to some maiters oi ujij"'" i " rw-.-.- untrMi, neips
ThiliD Stoehr of Cedar Creek was
attending to some business matters in
the city Friday and was a pleasant
caller at this office.
v.,ar- Meisinerer of near Cedar
Creek, was here today for a few hours
lokinff after a lew matters oi dusi-
ness with the merchants.
J. A. Kiser of Mynard was attend
ing to some business matters in this I The short course in agriculture and
city Saturday, and while here gave I domestic science which was held in
this oflice a pleasant call. I Weeping Water last week was a suc-
Henry A. Guthmann was in the city cess r every point of view. There
today visiting his relatives and were about eighty boys and girls en-
friends, motoring over from his home rolled and the interest they took in
at Murdock to SDend a few hours. I their work more than satisfied those
M T. Furlnno- Hmvp Jn frnm h! m charge, that the effort was worth
farm home south of the city Monday,
to attend the Burnett-Bates trial. He
was a pleasant caller at this office.
Miss Myrtle Elliott, of St. Joseph,
Mo., will arrive in this city this eve
ning and will spend her Thanksgiv
ing vacation the guest of Miss Maurine
Hughes at the McClusky home.
William Nelson of Murdock, accom
panied by Nels Jepperson of Malcolm,
Neb., were in the city for a short time
while. The expense of the course
was met by federal and state appro
priation, and the small fee charged
was to cover the local expenses of the
course. On Friday there was a dem
onstration of the work done during
the week. The girls had on display
the kensington bags which they com
pleted, showing the excellent work
done in sewing. In the potato peeling
contest Gladys McNurlin won first
place, while Hazel Pool won second.
today and departed on the afternoon M first , . h "
train for Omaha, from where they re
Miss Bertha Hild of Brady, Neb.,
came in last evening to enjoy a visit
for a short time at the farm home of
her sister, Mrs. L. A. Meisinger, west
of this city, as well as with other
friends in this locality.
Dr. B: F. Brendel of Murray was in
the city for a short time today en
route from his home to Omaha, where
he will spend a few hours with one
rope tying contest. Ernest Norris won
second and Glenn Dunbar and Stewart
Lyle tied for third place.
The Delights of Life.
The delights of life are lost, if
rheumatism or neuralgia begin to fill
your days with tormenting pains. But
here is the blessed message: Triner's
of his patients, Miss LaRue, at the St. J Liniment will give you quick relief.
Joseph hospital. it is very efficient also in sprains,
C. S. Wortman of Claremore, Okla., I strains, ewellings, etc. Price 25 and
came in this afternoon from South
Bend and will spend a short time here
looking after some matters in connec-
50 cents at drug stores, by mail, 35c
and 60c. To think nothing of colds
and coughs is a common error which
tion with the closing of the estate of has caused much sorrow to many fam-
his father, the late Charles Wortman
of South Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McNurlin and
daughter, Miss Nora, from south of
Louisville, were visiting with Platts
mouth friends and relatives for a few
hours last Saturday, and while here
paid the Journal office a brief call.
ilies. Triner's Cough Sedative is a
reliable remedy for colds, coughs, sore
throat, asthma. Price the same. Jos.
Triner, Mfg. Chemist, 1S33-1331) S.
Ashland Ave., Chicago.
Took the Hurt Out of Her Back.
.Mrs. Anna Byrd, Tuscumbia, Ala.,
Frank has been one of our mighty writes: J'l was down with my back so
good friends during all the years that I could hot stand up more than half
we have resided in Cass county, and the time. Foley Kidney Pills took all
he is always a welcome visitor around of the hurt out." Rheumatic pains,
swollen ankles, backache, stiff joints
and sleep disturbing bladder ailments
indicate disordered kidneys and blad
der trouble. Sold everywhere.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East nf Riley HoteL
When you are in search of some
thing that will make an acceptable
Christmas gift call at the Christmas
shop of St. Mary's Guild in the Hotel
Riley block and select your present
from their stock of fine needlework.
Remember the date, Friday and Sat
urday, December 8th and 9th.
FOR SALF, New upright piano; will
take second-hand upright as part
payment. Inquire at Electric Shoe
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, December 4
(Direct from the Boyd
Theatre in Omaha)
A Musical Bubble with
a Swarm of Fun and .
3rd Successful Season
and Everything New!
Special The Big Run
way over the heads of
Prices 25c 50c, 75c, $1
Seat Sale Friday A. M.
14-H. International Gas Engine,
mounted; 1 Keystone 2-hole sheller,
mounted. All in good running order.
Inquire at The Journal office.
Box Social In District No. 97.
There will be a Box Social and pro
gram at the school house in school
district No. 97,., two miles east of
Cedar Creek, Saturday eve., Decem
ber 2d. Everybody invited.
MISS SOPHIA JIROUSEK, Teacher.
Hot water heating plant for 7 or 8-
room house; in good condition; bar
gain. T. H. Pollock.
A good smoke is a satisfaction to a
man and this can be found in the use
of "Acorns" the cigar that is .the
best in the . world for 5c. Call for
"Acorns" to secure smoke satisfaction.
Have you examined our line of
Christinas Cards? The largest and
most complete assortment ever dis
played in Plattsmouth.
For Infants and Children
In Uco For Over 30 Years
NEW SERIAL STARTS
AT THE GEM FRIDAY
On Friday evening at the Gem
theatre will be preser-ted the last epi
sode of the great feature play, "res.
of the Ring" which has attracted thn
closest attention from hundreds of the
movie fans and it will also be the com
mencement of the great serial, 'Libt1'
ty" presenting the opening reel,
"Fangs of the Wolf." Both of these
nre well worth seeing and should bo
taken in by the lovers of good up-to-
The Fangs of the Wolf James
Horton, a wealthy land owner in Mex
ico dies at his hacienda in that coun
try, leaving a will which makes Major
Richard Winton and Senor Pancho
Leon the trustees of Horton's vast
estate, and they are created guardians
of his daughter and only child, Liberty
Horton, aged seventeen, the will com
manding that Anita mu?t not marry
before reaching the age of twenty-one
without the written approval of both
Liberty spends a year at the Winton
home and then goes to her late
father's estate in Mexico, being es
corted there by Major Winston and
Captain Rutledge. They are made
welcome by Pancho Leon and his son.
Captain Rutledge is in love with
Liberty and she has much affection for
him, but Trustee Loons son, Manuel,
becomes Rutledge's rival for Liber
ty's hand despite Manuel's amour with
the jealous Theresa.
A grand ball concludes the fiesta
and here Pancho Lopez secretly plots
to abduct Libert y to the mountains
and hold her for ransom, the pros
pective money to be used to finance a
revolution against the Mexican gov
ernment. The plan succeeds and
Lopez and his vaqueros seize Liberty
late at right and carry her away to
hiding place, where she is held cap-
Pedro escapes from his captavity
with the Lopez band and hurries back'
to the Horton estate, where he tells j
Captain Rutledge and Major Winston
of the abduction of Liberty and they
summon their crew of Texas Rangers
to go to the rescue of Libertj.
The Lopez gang succeeds in carry
ing Liberty to a high mountain fast
ness and tli row a mammoth rock down
to block the trail. Rutledee and his
band are stopped by the hugs rock
and he sends a ranger back to tne
ranch for dynamite to blast out the
rock. The man returns and while the t
explosive is being placed a message !
s found demanding $10,000 as ransom
to release Liberty. Rutledge shouts
up the mountain side that if Liberty
is harmed all the Lopez gang will be
punished bv death when caucht.
Lopez, from his mountain lair, sends
word to an insurrecto chief, Alvira, to
prepare for an attack on an America'-
own near the border. Pedro, the serv-
ant, manages to creep ink) the Lopez j
camp, finds Liberty and aids her to j
escape from the gang, Pedro hurling
some sticks of dynamite into the Lopez j
encampment and causing them to seek
RETURNS FROM MISSOURI.
E. M. Mooreland, who has been
down at his old home in Worth county,
Missouri, for the past few weeks, re
turned home a few days ago. He was
visiting with Plattsmouth friends for
few hours Tuesday evening, and
vas a very pleasant caller at the
Journal office. We enjoyed a few
moments chat with him of the people
and the conditions surrounding our
old Worth county home. Enoch tells
that while in Missouri he sold the old
Mooreland homestead of 160 acres, of
which he was one of the heirs. Mr.
Mooreland says that he intends to
ocate in Nebraska, and may buy a
small tract of land in this county.
A. A. Wetenkamp and W. S. Weten-
kamp departed this morning for Om
aha, where they will visit for the day.
They were accompanied to the metrop-
is by Bertis Schultz, who has been
isiting at the A. A. Wetenkamp home
for a few days and who is returning
Money in Eggs.
Eggs are not bankable but the
money from their sale is. This money
is yours for the effort. How do you
treat the hen that laj-s the Golden
leers? Dr. B. A. Thomas' Poultry
Remedy will keep the poultry in good
condition and increase the yield in
. t .1
eggs. We guarantee this and reiunu
your money if not satisfied.
H. M. Soennichsen.
Puis & Gansemer.
The handkerchief booth at the
Christmas shop of the ladies of St.
Mary's Guild will be one of rare at
traction. Dainty and beautiful gifts
from all over the United States will
be offered for sale including a beauti-
ul handkerchief sent by Mrs. Wood
You will find a very nice
at our store. Get one to
roast your Thanksgiving
GIVEN AT THE
O i? O
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
MUSIC BY HOLLY'S ORCHESTRA
Touring Car $360 Runabout $345
Sedan $645 Coupelet $505
with $22.05 freight added.
We have adopt oil the Fonl schedule of charges for all
repair and overhauling jol and have engaged Ray Hitch
man and Guy Rec.-e to look after that branch of our business
which insures to all Ford owners prompt and efficient service.
We carry a complete stock of Ford parts, automobile
Supplies, Tires, Tubes, Chains and Radiator Covers!
BRING York FORDS TO ITS FOR R FPAIRS AND
"Buy your Ford now and pay for it as you use it
if you wish. Call and investigate our plan. We can
make immediate deliveries of Ford cars.
T. H. POLLOCK, FORD DEALER,
Office Tel. No 1. Shop Tel. No. 58 Plattsmouth
Gentlemen 25c Ladies Free
I.1usic by the Plallsmoulh Orchestra
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