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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1917)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917.
m. Nut Krunch, Yankee Peanut, Nut Flake
Taffy, Santa Claus Mixed, Monitor Choco
lates, at 25 Cents per pound.
Vanilla Fritters, Chocolate Dipped Cara
mels, Whip Cream Chocolates, Home Made
Bon Bons, Cocoanut Cupids, 40 Cents pound.
Large Washed Brazils, English Walnuts,
Fancy Mixed Nuts, 25 Cents per pound.
No. 1 soft shell English walnuts, soft
shell almonds, jumbo pecans and large filberts
at 30 Cents per pound.
Fresh Peanuts, per lb. . . . 20c
Big red Ben Davis, Gano or Greening, pk. .35c
Jonathan and Grimes Golden apples, peck. 40c
Western apples, by the dozen at .... 20 to 50c
I NUT MEATS For dandy or Baking
Nice fresh shelled nuts for your candy
making at low prices:
Almons, medium size, per lb 65c
Almons, large size, per lb 90c
Brazils, jumbo size, per lb $1.00
Bordeau English walnuts, per lb 90c
Pecans, per lb $1.20
Filberts, per lb 60c
150 dozen sweet and juicy Valencia or
anges, at per dozen, 15 Cents.
The genuine Atvvood grape fruit large
juicy kind. 3 for 25 Cents.
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Because you have more complete stocks to choose
from early in the season
Because you have time left to correct mistakes made
Because you will he more attentively served that you
can he in the last-moment crush
Because your purchases can he more carefully handled
and more proirtly delivered
Because you can shop with more leisure and less strain
Because it's Christmas time for every clerk in every
store, and your early shopping will give them a hetter
chance to enjoy the season of peace and good will.
For the Boys in Khaki!
Those who have been away from home Christmas,
know deep down in their hearts what a great, big joy there ilpC.
is in the little packages that come on Christmas day. Don't
forget the boys. It is the thought lulness ot your remem
brance that counts. Choose from this helpful list:
Soldrer Kits $1.25 Men's Purses 50c
Pocket Combs 10 and 15c Cigarette Cases 35c
Trench Mirrors 25c Heavy Black Combs 85c
Tooth Brush Holders 25c Heavy Wool Socks 60 and 35c
Leather Writing Tablet and Holders 75c
Khaki Colored Handkerchiefs at 10 and 15c
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Here is a list of Twelve Practical Presents
that you may never have thought, of but any one
of which would make a Christmas Gift worth giv
ing or receiving:
Bath Rugs at eOc to $2.25
0'Cedar Dustless Mop, at $1.25 and 75c
Tapestry Table Scarf $2.50
Crepe Kimonas $1.25
Knit Petticoats 90c and $1.25
Leather Purse Various Prices
Camisoles $1.00 and $1.25
Set of Bath Towels $1.00 and $1.25
A Tablecloth, per yard 75c to $1.50
Chiffon and Silk Mull auto scarf s? 1.00, $1.25
Silk Dress, at per yard $1.50 and $2.00
Beautiful Silk Hosiery!
FOR XMAS GIFTS '
Boot Silk Hose, full fashioned, double top.
high spliced heel, black only. Per pair 85c
Pure Silk Hose, lile top. double sole, high
spliced heel, extra good quality. Pair. . .$1.25
Miss Victoria, finest grade pure silk hose,
elastic garter top. double sole, heel and
toe. colors black, palm beach, silver and
mahogany. Per pair ?I-75
WHAT XICER FOR XMAS?
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THESE ITEMS ARE NECESSARIES AT THIS
TIME OF YEAR WE HAVE THE BEST
Christmas Seals, per package. 10c
Tinsel Cord, red and green, per ball . 5f
Holly and Yule Tide Ribbon, per 5-yd. bolt. . v. 15c
HOLLY AND HOLLY WREATHS
Nice fresh Delaware Holly and Holly
Wreaths for Christmas decorations. Will be
ready for you by the last of the week. .k
Finest grade of Minnesota Xmas trees. ...
20c to $1.00 Each
FANCY XMAS NOVELTIES
We couldn't start to list here the wonderfully
large assortments of useful and fancy goods which
we are displaying for Christmas, but rest assured
we can supply you with dainty gift things for
men, women, girls, boys and home at very reas
Japanese Pin Cushion 152
Leather Purses 75-$3.00 and $3.59
Automubil Veils (all colors) $1.00 and $1.25
Pretty satin Camisoles, flesh and pink$l .25-$1.50
Neat Lingerie Pins, per set 25c
I! canty Pins, per set : 35c
Fancy White Aprons 75c
From Wednesday's rails.
John Wagener of near Louisville
was a business visitor in the city
last evening and returned home last
Robert Jordan - of Cedar Creek
came in this morning for a short
visit with friends and to look after
Chris Vogtman of Louisville who
has been looking after some business
for some time past departed last
evening for his heme.
Miss Tillie Halnies, who has been
visiting at the home of her uncle,
Joseph Halmes of near Greenwood,
for the past week returned home
Mrs. E. P. Lutz departed this
morning for Murray, where she will
visit with relatives for a short time
a guest at the home of jVlrs. L. D.
Emil M'alters, "the plasterer, de
parted last night for Cedar Creek,
where he will assist John W. Kinser
TnOho plastering of the house of
Chafes Hennings jr.
J. J. Johnson of southwest of the
city was a passenger to Omaha this
morning, ' where he is looking after
some business both in the city and
at the market on the south side.
Edward Steinkamp of Louisville
was a visitor in the city today look
ing after some business and trans
acting business at the' county seat
returning: to his home this even
Alex Campbell from east of Rock
Muffs was a business visitor in
Plattsmouth today coming up to
look after some business in the
countv seat, and to do some trading
with the merchants-
George V. Shrader of Murray, and
Rev. Z. D. Holbrook, Graham. Va.,
who is visiting here, returned this
afternoon from a visit at Omaha
where they were the guests of J. Dee
Shrader of that place.
George Squires, one of the opera
tors of the Burlington at Oreapolis
accompanied by his wife, arrived in
the city this morning for a short
visit with the parents of Mrs. Squire's
vtind to look after some trading.
Fred Prohaska. who lives in the
west portion of the city, and who I ns
been at Wahoo, where he was visit
Mrs. J. J. Schneider and Mrs. W.
I. Schnieder and daughters Ilelen
and Verla and son Lloyd of Cedar
Creek motored to this city this mor
ning to do some Christmas shopping
and visit friends and relatives for a
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Koons of near
Weeping Water, came over this mor
ning and departed this afternoon
for Omaha, where they will consult
specialist regarding some trouble
which Mrs. Koons has been having
with her throat, and which some phy
sicians pronounce as Goiter.
returned home last even-'ing accompanied by her husband.
George Rhoden. They" departed for
home immediatelj-. In order to have
he tiresome trip over for Mrs. Rho
den as soon as possible.
J. W. Kinser and Dewey lirittain
departed yesterday afternoon for
Cedar Creek, where they go to finsih
plastering the house of Charles Hen
nings, which he has constructed
Attorney C. E. Tefft, of Weeping
Water, arrived in this city today to
look after some business in the court
house, he having beeii in Omaha on
business just previous to stopping off
here on his way home.
Mrs. Robert Jordan from Cedar
Creek, who is visiting in Platts
mouth Jor a few days and Miss Anna
Kozak, departed this morning for
Omaha, where they are visiting with
friends for the day.
A. B. Fornoff and wife, with their
daughter, Mrs. Clarence Busche, of
near Cedar Creek, were visitors in
Plattsmouth today, calling on friends
and looking after the transaction of
some business as well. '
L Edward Groop and two sisters of
Louisville drove down to Plattsmouth
this morning and took the morning
train for Omaha, where they are
viaiLiiife mill ii iciius eiuu liutYiiig,
after some Christmas shopping.
Thomas Will living just north of
the city and being engaged in the
cattle business with his father A. S
Will, was a passenger to Omaha this
morning, where he is looking after
some business relative to the con
duct of the business on the farm.
JFrom Tuesday's Daily.
Charles Gerlich of near Manley
drove over this morning and was
looking after some business in the
Charles Creamer of near Murray,
was a business visitor in Plattsmouth
today, driving up to do some tradT
ng with our merchants.
Wm. Wehrbein and family from
west of Murray were visitors in
Plattsmouth this morning and were
trading with the merchants here.
Jes;se Bashus, living just north of
the citv was a passenger to Omaha
this morning, where he is looking
after some business. for the day.
James Maroucek is shelling and
delivering his corn today. It is be-
ine: sold and loaded through the
Xelsoa Jean elevator at the Missouri
E. H. Schuhloff was a passenger to
Louisville last evening, where he
gave the Juvenile band which he
is teaching at that place their week
lv lesson of instruction.
Mrs. C, Metzger of near Cedar
Creek came in this morning on the
early train and is visiting in the
city with her friend;, and looking
after some business as well.
Uncle George W. Shrader, from
south of Rock Bluffs was a visitor in
Plattsmouth this morning, meeting
many of his old time friends, who
are pleased to know of his improved
- Mrs. Louis Keil of near Cedar
Creek was a visitor in Plattsmouth
this morning and was looking after
3ome business in the city as well as
doing some shopping here with our
Alex Rhoden was in this city to
day from his home near Murray
coming up with his automobile, tc
take his mother home, she coming
From Monday's Laily.,
Thomas Henderson, who has been
out to Ncrth Platte for the past week
returned home last Saturday even
Robert Jordan'and wife of Cedar
Creek were visiting in Plattsmouth
this morning coming in on the early
P. Meisinger from near Cedar
Creek was a business visitor in
Plattsmouth today looking after
Ira Bates of Cedar Creek was look
ing after some business in Platts
mouth today, coming in this morn
ing on an early train.
Harry Speakman of Nebraska City
was a business visitor in Plattsmouth
this morning looking after some
matters in the county court.
Clarence Busche of near Cedar
Creek was a business visitor in the
after the raveling of the Question- J
naire, as it seems a problem.
Uncle Ben Beckman was a visitor
in the city last batnruay, looking
after some business matters and do
ing some Te-Christmas shopping.
Jack McXatt and family from
near Rock Bluffs were visiting with
friends in Plattsmouth this morning
and looking after some business.
Earl and Troy Wiles from near
Weeping Water were in the city to
day having driven in in their car and
are transacting business with our
J. M. Roberts of Wymore of the
J. M. Roberts Construction Company,
departed last Saturday evenwg for
his home, where he spent the over
Dr. G. H. Gilmore of Murray, a
member of the Local Exemption
board was in the city today looking
after some business regarding the
duties of the board.
Henry Heil from near Cedar Creek
was a visitor in the city this morn
ing having some business in the
county seat and looking after some
trading with the merchants as well.
J. W. Wahl of La Platte was a
business visitor in Plattsmouth this
morning transacting business with
the merchants and returning home
on the early afternoon train.
Paul Roberts was a pasenger to his
home last Saturday afternoon, going
to Cedar Creek, after having been
in the citv attending the funeral of
his mother Mrs. J. M. Roberts.
Miss Benita Porter who is work
ing at Omaha came down last Sat
urday evening and visited at her
home at Mynard and returned to her
work this morning over the Missouri
E. Irey and wife, the latter for
merly Miss Stottlcr, a daughter of
Wm. Stottler of near Union, and
where thej' formerly lived, where
they were neighbors of John Cory
years ago were in the city today
looking after some business connect
ed with the Stottle estate which was
being heard today.
Miss Marie Pariott of Peru, who
is teaching at Cedar Creek, was a
visitor in Plattsmouth over Sunday,
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs
A. M. Sanders and " departed this
morning for her work at Cedar
Creek. Miss Pariott says they will
have wn interesting program Thurs
day at the School at Cedar Creek,
just before the closing of the school
BLED AT COLORADO SPRENGS. .
Frntn AWrlri"sln v-- lni!y.
Mrs. Floyd Ralston, formerly JUis
Stanfield Jones, whose home is in
Kansas Ciiy. Mo., departed a few
days since for her home after having
been visiting here, during the time
when her husband was attending
the1 funeral of a sister Miss Margaret
Boston, who has died recently und
er an operation at Colorado Springs,
to remove a pus cyst from her lungs.
The remain? was brought to Avoca
for interment as another sister made
her home there. Miss Margaret Ral
ston who was teaching at Plainview
was making her home at Kansas
SETTLES FOR DEATH LOSS TODAY
From Wednesday's laily.
Edward McCulley. who held a
policy in th.e Metropolitan Insurance
company for some five hundred dol
lars, and whose death resulted by
the cave-in of the Burlington sewer,
has been adjuted and settlment made
today. The amount which was for
five hundred dollars, was slightly
short of that amount, on account of
the insurance not becoming full un
til it has been carried for a certain
length of time or until a certain
amount .of premiums have been
paid. The amount cntltied to on
the policy was $4S6 and there has
been an advance payment made at
the time of the loss of one dollar,
which wrs returned, making the
amount $487.00. Mr. Edward Ham
mond the district manager came
down from Lincoln today to look af
ter other business artd brought the
check for the amount with him.
DISPOSES OF HIS FUR CATCH.
From Wednesaav'a Tai:y.
This morning, Wm. Soorrer and
wife of near Murray were passeng
ers to Omaha, where they were look
ing after some business, and were
accompanied by their son Martin
Fporrer, who have been industrious
ly trappingiluring the fall and early
winter with the result that he has
accumulated a lafge collect imi of
furs and pelts, which he took with
him to the Omaha makret. and ex
pects to realize something nice from
them, as he has some furs which are
fine, and the prices are very good.
ARE VISITING IN PLATISIIGUTH.
From "WlneF3:iy's Paily.
George Ilraska and family who
are making their home near Mitchell,
arrived in Plattsmouth few ddys
since and are visiting at the homo
of their friends' and relatives for a
short time and were passengers to
Omaha this morning, where they
will also visit with frieiids and will
.do some Christmas shopping. Mr.
Ilraska is farming in the west now
and was employed with the Burling
ton while here. They report that
they are pleased with the country
in the west,
At my place, west of 'this city, a
thin brown horse with white spot in
forehead. Owner may have same by
proving property and paying for this
advertisement and care. Ralph Hay
It will pay you to have
your interior finished by ex
perts. We are experts of style
and color and give you most
Painter and Decorator
AND YOU I GET
A BANK BOOK
lt4dfO WEEKS YOU
( tlf BOYSrAHD GIRLS,
OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB IS TO MAKE IT EASY FOR
THOSE OF SMALL MEANS TO START A BANK ACCOUNT. CHIL
DREN ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO JOIN. THE CLUBS ARE
ARRANGED TO FIT THEIR ABILITY TO PAY. 1 CENT, 2 CENTS,
5 CENTS AND 10 CENTS, OR 50 CENTS, $1.00, $5.00 OR ANY CLUb
THAT IS DESIRED.
IN 50 WEEKS: .
10-CENT CLUB PAYS
5-CENT CLUB PAYS
2-CENT CLUB PAYS
1-CENT CLUB PAYS-
MAKE THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR
PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. THIS IS A VERY POPULAR WAY.
PUT YOUR CHILDREN INTO THE CLUB.- JOIN YOURSELF.
WE ADD 3 PER CENT INTEREST.
Farmers' State Bank
THE HEW BANK.
ins at the home of his son Fred Pro
from the hospital at Omaha and be
city this morning and was looking
for the Christmas holiday.
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