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THURSDAY. LICI1IPI2 12: 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH gEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
We u;i7 sell you for cash:
Iltii and I2tii
3 pair gnod weijrht cashmerette hose for 81.00
2 pair black medium weight cotton hose for 25
2 pair black silk plated dress hose for 1.00
1 pair children's black dress hose for 2"
1 incdiuni heavy fleeced union suit for
1 extra heavy i'eeced union suit for
1 suit two-piece rib wool underwear for.....
1 cotton turth-neck Jersey sweater for
1 heavy rib sweater ooat, roll collar for....,
1 heavy suit overalls and jacket, fall cut for.
Mrs. Nora R. Kubbard Died Yester
day at Home In Creston, Iowa.
Formerly Lived Here.
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Better buy a suit or overcoat right now. We absolutely guarantee our prices to
meet any market, anywhere, for reliable merchandise.
C..E. Wescott's Sons
NEWS FROM ALVO
Fred J. Kear was born July 7,
1SS2. at Elm wood. Nebraska, and
passed away December 1st 191S, at
his home near Grant, Nebraska, at
the age of 3G years, 4 months and
2 4 days.
He joined the M. E. church at
Kim wood, when 17 years of age. He
was married to Miss Hattie K. Miller
March loth, 1905, and to this union
were born two children, a son. Jay,
eight years of age, and a daughter,
Nadyne. thrae years of age.
He was a man very highly re
spected by all who knew him, and
a loving and thoughtful husband and
father. Besides his wife and child
ren, he leaves a mother, four sisters,
two brothers, and friends unnumb
ered to honor his memory. The fun
eral was held on Tuesday. December
Sd. at 2:30 p. m.. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henr-, in Alvo, con
ducted by Rev. M. E. Stair, and the
remains were laid to rest in tbe
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank all those who
so kindly assisted at tbe burial of
our beloved husband and father and
for the beautiful floral offerings.
MR. FRED J. KEAR
C. F. Rosenow is on tbe sic'K list
Joe Armstrong was in Lincoln on
"Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Joe Armstrong went to Lin
coln Friday returning Saturday.
Oswald John shipped stock to the
South Omaha market Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bird returned atives.
from Lincoln Saturday on No. .18. :
Mrs. Dale S. Bo vies visited the lat- SERGEANT ROBERT JONES HOME
ter part of the week with friends in
Little Margaret Prouty is real sick
with the "flu" at her home in Uni
Wra. Kitzel and family, Bert Kit
zel and wife and La Verne Stone au
toed to Lincoln last Thursday.
('has. Godbey and family and Miss
Lucille McKinnon autoed to Lincoln
Mrs. Belle Bennett has returned
from Valparaiso, where she has been
vi.-iting her daughter.
The Alvo schools are closed until
after the holidays, when it is hoped
that they may reopen with sefety
W. S. Jordan, C. M. Jordan and
Chris Eichinann shipped hogs to the
South Omaha market Monday, ac
companying the shipment.
Geo. I. Foreman had four cars of
baled prairie hay shipped in last
week from Stuart, Neb., and expects
four more cars this week, which he
is selling for $27.00 a ton.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mickle and
children spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. Mickle's mother, Mrs. E. Doty
near Weeping Water, the occasion
being the seventh birthday of Little
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, of Myn-
ard, visited Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Keefer, Sunday. Miss
Lois Keefer accompanied them home
for a two weeks visit.
Walter Iiathbun had the misfor
tune to haze his ankle injured last
week by a load of corn running over
it, and as a consequence will be laid
up lor some time. No bones were
broken but badly bruised.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed
children motored down last week
from their home at Sidney, Neb.,
visiting over Sunday with the form
er's bister. Mrs. Harry Appleman and
family. They motored to Lincoln
Monday to visit Mrs. Uptegrove's rel-
MORE IRK FOR
THE LOCAL BOARD
With A Change In the Requirements
There Will Be More
From Wednesday's Daily.
New bulletins received from the
adjutant general's office, state that
there is more to be required of the
local boards now, as they were
supposed to be about through with
their work. The members of the
board here will be retained, with
the exception of the one member
Mr. M. E. Huff, who came here
from Nebraska City, a few days
since to assist in the work, he has
been returned to Nebraska City, to
do the additional work which is re
quired at that place.
It was the intention of the de
partment to have the work all com-
From Wednesday's IaPy.
The following has been . taken
from the Creston Pla!n Dealer, and
tells of the sad death of Mrs. Hub
bard, who lived in this city for some
time. But a short time since they
lost a child with influenza, which
the mother had for a number of
weeks as well, and which was par
tially responsible for her death:
. "At 5:15 o'clock yesterday after
noon occurred the death cf Mrs.
Nora 11. Hubbard, wife of Phil S.
Hubbard, at the family home, 309
East Monroe street.
Mrs. Hubbard had been sick for
several weeks past, and althought
every possible thing was done for
her it was impossible to save her
life. At the hour of her death she
was attended by her husband, his
sister, and neighbor women also,
who did all they could for the care
of the deceased.
Circumstances of a particularly
sad character attend the passing of
this estimable woman, as she leaves
five small children, the eldest nine
years of age, and the youngest a
boy baby born at the der.th of the
mother. The deceased was but
twenty-five years of age, and had
made Creston her home with her
family for a number of years, the
husband having been employed here
as a newspaper pressman, and also
in garages, being now pressman with
Arrangements are being made to
hold the funeral services at McGreg
or Bros. & Coen's, at 3:00 o'clock
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pleted before this time, as the date j Handv win conduct the obseqmes,
was set was December 9th, while the n1 int(11.mpi win r,i:,nP nt
later advices now indicate that the
time will be December 21st, and it
is expected that at that time the
work will be so arranged as to per
mit the dismissal of the local boards
ARTHUR HULL AND FAMILY SICS
From Monday's Daily.
A. F. Hull who formerly lived in
this city, but who has been making
A. J. Grindell of Thurman. Iowa. , his home at Winner, South Dakota,
was a visitor in this city today com- for some time past, was leaving
ing on the early afternoon train there to accept a position at Nor
from his home, and is visiting at the folk, and wa3 there already caring
house of Frank Sivey and family, Mr. to the job, while Mrs. Hull was pack-
i Grindell being the father of Mrs. Ing the goods for shipment to their
Sivev. and comes to visit with the new home. Mr. Hull was taken sick
Uptegrove and fnmi1 . VfirfrtlV nurl Hm wifo nnd lir-liv
. i-rj its. Jj
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PIECE of Jewelry makes the most appropriate Christmas Gift you can select.
J No alone became Jewelry is pleasing to look at, but because it is lasting. A piece
of goou Jewelry will last a life time, and that is the kind we carry.
There is a big satisfaction in giving gifts that are sure of a warm welcome and
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JEWELER AF4D OPTICIAN
SaSSSSSS? fIZZS&ZZZZD C
at Winner, iwere al-:o taken .sick, all j
with the Spanish Influenza. Mrs.
Hull who was formerly Miss Katie
York, being sick at o::e place, while
their little son Edwin was sick at
another. All were very sic-k, but
the little baby being in the worst
condition tht-y are being cared for
VICTORY GIRLS HAVE SESSION.
From V.'f d:;-::day"s Ia!ly.
Lor-t evening at thf lied Cross
by friends there, who are
that can be for them.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to all who were so kind, at
the time of the death and burial of
our oeioved v.ue r.na ciaugnter .Mrs.
H. K. :t:vgren and for the floral
II. K. ZAVGREN.
MRS. MARY ilKINRli'H
1 roons thero wa;j an enthusiastic
J meeting of the Victory Girls when
to assemble to listen to an address
nade by Miss Florence Ran.se of
: Omaha, who is the state Miperin-
Undent, of the Reclairnat ion bureau
i whose work it is to reclaim and re
! . tore the boys on their return. Miss
i Range made a very enthusiastic ad
dress and at the meeting committees
' were appointed for the purpose of
j planning a Chrk-imas party some
'time during the holidays.
RETURNS HOME FROM IOWA.
Pain Kept Him Awake Nights
William Kennedy and sister Mr.r-
. . . ... ...... . ... .. ..
this afternoon,' where they are'
J. W. Peck, Coraopolis, Pa., writes
"I suffered terrible pain, unable to
lie down at night. Tried three differ
ent doctor.-?. Three weeks ago began
I taking Folev Kidney Pills; improve
ment in my condition is really won
derful." ITse Foley Kidney Pills for
Frfim Monday's Dally.
Win. Delesdernier, of Elrjvood,
passed through the city today en
route to his home, returning from
Carroll, Iowa, where he had been
visiting with his daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Penterman. Mr. and Mrs.
Pentennan have been living In
Manilla, Iowa, for the past few
years, but moved during the past
few days to Manilla, where Mr.
Penterman accepts a position with
a mercantile company at an advanc
ed salary over the old position. Mr.
Delesdernier figured that they could
not move without him going over
and looking after the grand daugh
ter. He reports Mr. and Mrs. Pent
erman well settled in their new
visiting at Emanuel Hospital with
their sister Miss. Nora Kennedy,
who is just convalescing from a ' 'Kidneys, bladder trouble, backache,
, "r.ti 1.
very severe spell of pneumonia.
rheumatism. Sold everywhere.
CHICHESTER S FILLS
W , THE VIAMMSU IIIIASI. m
r SOU BY CUOObIS BuiVT.rtEJiE
i"'or Infants and Children
5n Use For Over 30 Years
A car load cf live poultry to be de
livered at poultry car near Burling
ton Freight Depot, Flattsmoutk,
Nebr., on Friday, Dec. 20th. One
day only, for which we will pay in
Hens , per lb. 19c
Springs per lb. 10c
Old Roosters per lb. 15c
Ducks, full feathered. per lb. ISc
Geese, full feathered per lb. 17c
Will be on hand rain or shine and
take care of all Poultry offered for
sale. Don't tie poultry.
Yours very truly,
W. E. KEENEY.
From MonJny's Daily.
I A short time sinc? at the time
when Mrs. Hannah L. Jones died,
, and communication was sought with
i her son Sergeant Robert, the mes
! sage which called him to the burial.
was maltreated, and when it arriv
ed at its destination read something
else than what was sent, and after
awaiting for time for the matter to
get straightened out expecting the
son to come, the funeral was held.
This afternoon responding to the
corrected copy which finally found
its way to Sergeant Jones and his
wife hastened here arriving this af
ternoon and will visit here for a
Sergeant Jones is indeed a very
fine young man and soldier. He re
quested when departing for the ser
vice of his country was that should
anj-thing happen to his parents that
he be notified in time to come home
for their burial. Sergeant Jones and
his winsome. wife, who have recently
been married make a very fine young
couple, which the Journal is pleased
to wish all the happiness and pros
perity which this world had in store
for the winners.
HOME FROM FUNST0N TODAY.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Frank Miller and Robert Sprecher
who have been at the army camp
where they have been in the service
and training for several months re-
turned home this morning via the
Missouri Pacific, having been must
ered out of the service, and are again
civilians. They are both fine young
men, and will make good just as
well out of- the service as in it.
OR, H, G. LEOPOLD
' OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Special Attention to IHe-MOA of Wanm
ACUTE DISEASES TREATED
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Hoan
and Sundays by Appointment.
8:33 a.m. to 12:00 1:30 D. m. to 5:3f
He Was Weak and All Run Down
"I thought my kidneys might be
the cause of my rundown condition
and weakness," writes W. H. Frear,
C3 Myrtle Ave., Albany, N. Y., 'so
I took Foley Kidney Fills, and they l
did the work. I cheerfully recom-
ment them. You can use my name ;
whenever you wish." They stop all
rheumatic aches. Sold everywhere.
Patriotic crejn paper decoratlutif
it the Journal cfHee
High clas-l Blouses, just arrived in
time for the holidays: Georgette
Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Striped Sat
ins, Voiles, Embroidered and Fillet
$3.50, $5, $6.50,
$7.50 and Up
Plain Satin in rose, grey, navy
black, striped and figured talTetas,
$3.50 to $6.50
A beautiful line of Jabots, collar
and sets in Fillet laee. Georgette and
65c to $2.50
Lace Camisoles, $1.50.
Luncheon sets in Maderia and
$3.50 $7.50 $13.50.
35c 50c $1.00
Cluney Centre Pieces, 24 in. 28 in.
and 3G in.
$3.50 $4.50 $7.95. '
that will prove beneficial to Jll
Wonderful patterns, per doz.
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50
Plain Linen and Lace trimmed,
$1.25 to $2.50.
An Open isivlvalicn lo Qmd asisl Inspssf Our Stock of
Ghrhfmas Gifts PraslkrJ and EssEGRiical!
Furs! Furs!! Furs!!!
Most complete line ever shown in smart fashioned styles. Scarfs and
Capes Red Fox Moline; French Lynx; Wolf; China Lynx; Kit Coney; Mon-
tana Lynx; Opossum; Russian Mink rnuffs to match
$3. SO to $37.50
Children's Fur Sets$3.GQ to $8.50
in Taupe Con?y, Kit Coney and Ermine
By far the best value to be had- 25c, 59c, $1.00 and $1.19.
Handke r chiefs
We are showing our usual line
of beautiful handkerchiefs in plain
white and colored embroidery from
5c to 95c
Ladies Hand Embroidered colored
Men's Initial white and colored
Children's Handkerchiefs in box
15c 19c and 29c.
lira 0 sgi m
in ii en
Nothing better made than Gordon
Round Ticket Slik Hose, in all lead
ing shades, African Brown, Russia
navy, Putty, Ponger Pearl, Medium
and Dark Grey, White and Black
Hand Mirrors, Combs and Brush
es, Trays, Hair Receiver, Powder
boxes, Perfume Bottles, Infant Sets.
Ladies Colored Umbrella, in .Navy,
Green and Purple,
$4.75 to $9.50
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