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KQIiTJAY, Pr-CtmEB 9, 1918-
PtATTSHOUTH SEMI-WEE&tl JOURNAL.
COUGHS AND COLDS
Dr. Kind's New Discovery used
since Craat was President
Cet a Lottie today
It did It for your grandma, for your
f-thcr. For iilty years this well-knowa
cs.ujh and cold remedy has kept aa
cvcrjroi.ins army of friends, young
For half a century druggists every
rhsrc have sold it. Put a bottle m
vour netlicine cabinet. You may need
I: ia a hurry. 5c!Lty druggists
Bot7s!3 Acting Properly?
They ouj!.t to, for constipation
nates the body retain waste rnattcr3
r-r.d impurities that undermine the
1 ia!th a.-i play havoc with the entire
i yst-rm Dr. King's New Life Tills era
reliable -tud Xld ia actiou, All
WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS
Lame every morning; achy and
stiff all day, worse when it's damp
or chilly? Suspect your kidneys and
try the remed yyour neighbors use.
O. II. Tower, carpenter. Vine St.,
PlattFmouth. says: "I suffered frcm
a dull pain in the small of my back.
It got so bad, I had to get on my
knees and straighten gradually af
ter I got down. The kidney secre
tions were much retarded in passage,
too. I was told I had stone in my
bladder and the medicine I took
only gave me temporary relief. Af
taking one box of Doan's Kidney
Pills. I noticed that the trouble was
beginning to disappear and in a
short time my health Improved in
every way." (Statement given Ap
ril 10. 1912).
On February 23, 191 C Mr. Tower
said: "l gladly recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills. I am still a strong
believer in this old. reliable kid
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Tower had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
H. J. SCHROEDER
STILL VERY SICS
From FriJay's Pally.
Mrs. Phillip Tritsch of Percival.
Iowa, who has been at Cedar Creek,
assisting in the care of her brother-in-law.
II. J. Schroeder, arrived in
the city this morning for a short
visit at the home of her mother Mrs.
P. J. Keil, had to say regarding Mr.
Schroeder. that his condition re
miins very serious, and that yester
day it was necessary for an opera
tion to be made, and since that he is
resting more easily, but that he is
still very sick. Mrs. Tritsch came
for the purpose of finding how the
folks were at her home at Percival.
GUY CROOK ARRIVES
AT NEW YORK
From Friday's Dally.
A telegram from New York thi3
morning from Guy Crook, who has
been in England for the past six
months, where he was with the
American Erpeditionary Force, tells
cf hi3 landing this morning, and will
soon be at home. His message was
to Miss Mable Adams, and simply
told of his safe arrival at port this
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FA. I III
DEATH ANGEL GALLS
MRS. JOHN NEMETZ
MRS. NEMETZ HAD BEEN A PAT
IENT SUFFERER FOR YEARS,
DIED THIS MORNING.
PNEUMONIA CAUSED DEATH
Funeral Will Be Held At Holy Eos
ary Church Monday Mornin
From Friday's Dally.
After suffering for many years
with ill health, the death Angel
called Mrs. John Nemetz to her re
ward this morning, following an
operation a short time since, at a
hosnital in Omaha. Miss Marie
Fiala, and John Nemetz were unit
ed in marriage about eighteen years
a?o in Omaha and come to Platts
mouth to make their home a few
years later, and have lived here
since, until a few months since when
hey went to Omaha to make their
home. For troubles, which Mrs. Ne
metz has been afflicted with for
years it was found necessary for her
o undergo an operation, and from
this pneumonia was induced, which
resulted in her death. The union
of marriage, three children were
born, the eldest having died, and
wo survive their mother with the
father, they being, Marie, named for
the mother and John named for the
The funeral will occur from the
Holy Rosary church in the west por
tion of the city and will occur on
Monday morning at 10:00, immed
iately following the arrival of the
train from Omaha on the Missouri
Pacific. Mr. Nemetz who was in the
city this afternoon making arrange
ments for the funeral and himself
has had the Spanish Influenza,
which he is just getting over, and
looks pretty thin from the effects of
his grapple with the malady.
MAN AND WIFE VERY SICK.
From Friday's Daily.
Estas Williams and wife, who but
a short time since arrived in this
city from the west where they lived
at Oxford, are reported as being
very sick, and are living in the
Westley Grar-sman home on Chica
go Avenue. They are both very
sick, and have a nurse, who is car
ing for them. Mr. Williams came
here to work for the Dovey Store3
in the grocery department and
while here was taken with the In
fluenza with which they have been
grappling for seme time. Mrs. Wil
liams is the daughter of John Cook
and wife, and a niece of C. E. Cook,
having been Miss Gladys Cook at
time of marriage.
! LOOKS LIKE CHRISTMAS
From Friday's Daily.
The merchants shops and store
windows are beginning to betoken
the approach of the Christmas sea
son, and the hearts of the young
sters are warming to things which
they had forgotten before the day
began to draw near, where the an
nual remembrances come.
A few of the windows are looking
real Christmussy, and others are
waking up to the fact that the time
fcr selling the presents is at our
very doors. The advices 'from Wash
ington, is that the war is virtually
for warmth and dress
Men's and Young Men's Ulsterette.
This is the double breasted rrodel, good
big storm collar with plenty of class.
Vent belt back. Soft roll. Vertical
43 INCHES LONG
Every one has the famous Clothcraft
guarantee they are veiy reasonably
$25 to $35
over, and the urgent need which has
so long, been the watchword, is re
laxing, and that for everybody, for
get the distress of the war, and buy
and give the presents which delight
their friends. The people are here,
they have the money and are will
ing to purchase. - The fine display
and the tasteful advertising will
bring results, and if you desire to
assist in the matter of making this
season more delightful, tell the peo
ple what you have and present it in
an inviting manner and real Chirst
mas conditions will prevail.
HAVE A BRAND NEW BABY.
From Friday's Dally.
There is some rejoicing at the
home of William Highfield and wife
all on account of a fine girl baby
which come to their home a few
days since, and which lias added Joy
and blessings to the already happy
family. Not alone are they happy
but the good feeling extends to
Grandma Spencer who smiles
little brighter since the advent
the little one.
PAID KIM THE
LAST SAD RITES
IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES
FOR THE LATE REV.
W. W. BARNES.
From Saturday's Dally.
The highest honors of the Episco
pal church were paid last night and
this morning to all that was mortal
of the late Rev. W. W. Barnes. The
body arrived here yesterday and at
5 o'clock was taken from Karstei
& Patterson's undertaking rooms to
the Episcopal church where it lay in
state until 7:15 o'clock this morn
ing. The floral offerings were num
erous, the Chancel being one com
plete bed of flowers the cross large
On the casket were the Knights
Templar chapeau and sword of the
deceased, in his hands was a cruci
fixed and he wore his eucharistic
A full Requiem Mass was said this
morning at 7:30, the celebrant be
ing Father Noble of Falls City, and
was very impressive. Other priest3
taking part, were Fathers Puree, of
Schuyler; Mulligan, of Beatrice;
Brown of DeWitt; Leete. of Platts
m6uth; Collar, Flockhart, John Al
bert William.", Halleck, and Mars
den of Omaha, and Roy Fairchild of
this city, and Canon Marsh of Blair,
Father Worden, being master of
Continuous services, including
solemn litanies were held during
the entire night, during which time
a great number of people paid their
last respects to a much loved and
revered minister, friend and broth
er. At the conclusion of the services
the Knights Templar took charge of
the body and escorted it to Tecura
seh, where the final services were
Quite a number of perror.3 of this
city accompanied the remains to
To the members of the congrega- !
tion it was one of the saddest funer
als ever held in that church. Ne
braska City News.
MUCH FLU IN WESTPOINT.
From Saturday's Daily.
Last evening Miss Crete Briggs,
who is teaching at Westpoint, ar
rived home and will visit here until
over Sunday returning to her school
in time' to take up her school work
next week, providing the schools are
not closed there again on account of
the prevailing epidemic of Spanish.
Influenza, which Is very serious,
there being some two hundred cases
there at the present time.
GET TOGETHER IN THE DARK.
From Saturday's Daily.
Last evening about eight o'clock,
while D. O. Dwyer was making some
repairs on his car while setting on
Vine street. Will S. Jean, came along
and there being no tail lights visable
on the car of Mr. Dwyer before the
lights of Mr. Jean's car showed up
on the car of Mr. Dwyer standing
in the street where he was doing
some work on it, they were togeth
er. The damage to either car was
slight, only the crumpling of the
fenders on each car.
Corporal W. Comstock, who is lo
cated at Camp Funston, and who
has been a visitor In this city for
the past few days, a guest of his
friend Miss Velma Elliott, departed
this afternoon for the camp again, J
where in a short time he will be
mustered out or the service, and .
when he will return to his home at
Snbicribe for the Journal.
$1.00 tc S3. CO
IIESiN THE WEST
ROY KIRKPATEICK, FORMERLY
OF NEHAWKA, DIED AT TA
ENGAGED RAILROAD BUSINESS
The Remains Will Arrive Here From
the West This Even
From FriJay's Dalr.
Word has betn. received here last
evening of the death a few days
since of Roy Kirkpatrick, at his
home at Tacoma, Washington, where
he was engaged in railroad businet.
lie was married having a wife hut
no family, and a son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Kirkpatrick of Nehawka.
The remains are coming to the
old home and are expected to ar
rive there this evening. The fun
eral will be held and interment
made at that place Sunday after
noon, ana will be unuer tne cnargo
of the Masonic order of which he
was a member.
LUTHERA1TS OF STATE
MEET AT NORTH PLATTE
Fremont, Neb., Dec. C. North
Platte was chosen the meeting place
In 1919 by the Nebraska Lutheran
synod at the closing session here
The benevolent fund for the com
ing year was increased by $1,200
making the total to be raised $15.
000. A synodical brotherhood was
organized with the following offi
cers: M. G. Learner, Allen, president;
James Sebestian, North Platte, secretary-treasurer.
Last evening, three young min
isters, W. II. M. Stevens, Oshkosh;
Earl A. Beyers, Lincoln, and W. A.
Klee, Wilber, were ordained. G.
W. Livers of Allen delivered the
The Women's Home and Foreign
Missionary society ol the synod at
the closing session of its convention
elected the following officers: Pres
ident, Mrs. O. D. Baltzly, Omaha;
Mrs. C. H. Lewis, Emerson, first
vice president; Mrs. S. II. Yerian,
Omaha, second vice president; Mrs.
E. A.' Van Fleet, Omaha, corre
sponding secretary; Mrs. II. C.
Heckt, Allen, recording secretary;
Mrs. D. M. Weiswanger, Dakota
City, treasurer; Mrs. M. A. Mostert,
Nf-w is the time to join tue War
Rtarsp Limit Club. - See Chas. C
Parmele for particulars.
PACC PnilMTV MUM imi!U' --"'-
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"HE most joyous Christmas since the first one, for all the people in
"the world, is only eighteen more days away only fifteen more buy
ing days. Thet hanksgiving and good cheer will be accompanied by the
generous spirit of giving as never before. Our offering of useful gifts
for men and boys covers their entire wardrobe and satisfies their most
fastidious desires for good dress accessories. Also a few select lines in
NOTICE OUR WINDOWS!
use ful gifts for
Ladies9 Coats, Sweaters and Hosiery!
5?"Special for Saturday Men's Heavy Heather Sweaters, Roll Collar, $1.95
"EVERYECDY'S STORE '
The Unitel States Civil Service lias
announced an examination for the
county of Cass, Nebraska, to be held
at I'lattsmouth, December 14th to
fill the position tr rural carrier at
Union and vacancies that may later
occur on rural routs from other post
offices in the above mentioned coun
ty. The examination will be open
only the male citizens who are act
ually domiciled in the territory in
the territory of a postoffice in the
count' and who meet the other re
quirements set forth in Form Xo.
1977. This form and application
blanks may be obtained from the
offices mentioned above or from the
United States Civil Service Commis
sion at Washington, D. C. Applica
tions should be forwarded to the
Commission at Washington at
earliest practicable date.
Iurng the continuance of the pre- j
sent war the Commission will, in!
accordance with the request of the !
Post Oflice Department, admit wo
men to rural carrier examinations
upon the same conditions as men.
By direction of the Coimuission.
JOHN A. McILIIENNV,
Next week we will receive our third car load of Fordson Trac
tors made by Henry Ford & Son
Place your order at once and secure a Fordson Tractor for
your Spring work.
They will all be sold by the time the car load arrives.
U TEL. NO. 1
Fur Caps, Gloves and
ILL OPEN FIRST
EEK I,1! JANUARY
Final Action Expected to be Reach
ed Early in Hay; Interallied
Conference Will Assembly De
cember 16 or 17; Wilson Inform
ed by Wireless, of Plans Made by
Paris, Dec. G. The opening of
the peace congress at Paris has been
set for the first week in January. It
the .is expected here that the peace de
j liberations will last about four
months. Unless unforeseen obstacles
arise the belief prevails in well-in-
j formed quarters that final action
I will be reached toward the early
part of May.
President Wilson will be inform
ed by wireless cf the plans for the
assembling of the inter-allied con-
i ference and the meeting of the peace
congrss. He will also be advised
ock Auto Co.,
75c to $1.50
concerning the recent gathering of
the supreme war council at London.
In the meantime, reports that the
president has approved of anything
done at the supreme council are pre
mature, as the steps takqn at that
meeting have not been made known
to him until today.
Plans Formed at Conference.
The plans concerning the peace
meetings will be at the foreign office
Edward House's long talk with Pre
mier Clemenceau, following a con
ference with Baron Sonnino, the
Italian foreign minister, and the
Parl of Derby, the British ambassa
dor to France. It was the desire of
the Americans to begin at the earl
iest possible moment.
The interallied conference will
assemble December 1G or 17. The
meetings will b at the foreign office
in the Quai DOrsay, and not at
Versailles. David Lloyd George,
British premier, and A. J. Balfour.
j foreign minister, expect to come
! here at that time to meet Presi
dent Wilson and attend the confer
ence but the elections in Great
Britain may not permit them to re
main more than two or three days.
Rand-McNally "war maps Tor ial
bt the Journal office.
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