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Advance Showing of
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Inviting Your Inspection!
A second shipment of those Popular Capes on the
way and expected to arrive within a few days.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS!
The Ladies' Toggery
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
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In the County i'ourl of Cass coun
State of Nebraska. Cass county, ss:
Ti all prisons intf-rf t-ii in the es
tate of William A. I'.rown. I - ensel :
r I f ai'.inif tl.e n"-ttion of Kuialine
Ilrown. KN-i-ut ri . . ray inn a filial set
tlement ;inl aliowanc" of her account
tileil in this 'niirl on the Utli lay of
I . cetuher. lls. nti'l for as.-ijrnnient of
saiil estate u.! the ilischa re of the
It is li-r-liy ordere.l that you ami all
persons interested in s;iil matter mav.
anl lo. appear at tl.e County Court to
..- hel.l iti an.l for saul county, on t'f
I'-ith lav of Kehr.iai y. . I . 1 f 1 i. at
! orldrk a. in., to show cause, if any
It. ere he. why tin- prayer of the peti
tioner shouh! not he tirante.l. ami that
notice of the ciiilrtiry of sahl petition
::ml tiie hearing tliereof l.e xiven toall
persons interested in saiil uuitter hy
pu hi ishinjr if copy of this onier in the
1'iattsinoutii Journal. a semi-weekly
i.-wspuper piiiitcl in sahl cnunty, for
one week prior to sail ilay of hearintr.
In itr-.-s whereof. I have hereunto
set my haml ami t!i- real or saul ourt
this ir,tli diiv of Kel.n:ary. A. I . 1119.
allkx .i. i:i:i:sn.
Seal) County JulKe.
A lazy liver leads to chronic
dyspepsia and constipation weak
ens the whole system. Doan's Reg
ulets (30c per box) act mildly on
the liver and bowels. At all drug
10 lb. can Karo syrup "c
."" lb. can a Kro syrup 45c
1 lb. can Karo syrup 15c
4 lbs. 'Pancake flour 40c
Shredded Wheat IHscuit. Puffed
Hice. Puffed Wheat. Grape
Nuts, per pkg 15c
Peanut Butter, per lb 25c
3 lbs. Quail Oats, per pkg 30c
5 boxes n: a tones for 29c
Naval Oranges, per doz 50c
Lemons, per doz 35c
10 bars Uob White soap 60c
Lava soap, per bar 10c
2 pkgs. Lux wash powder 25c
2 bars Ivory soap 15c
2 pkgs. Gold Dust 15c
2 pkgs. Sea foam 1 15c
Evaporated Apples, per lb 25c
Cal. Prunes, per lb'. 12ic
3 cans Kraut 39c
3 cans Pumpkin 39c
No. 2 can Tomatoes 20c
No. 1 can Tomatoes 15c
2 .cans Campbell soups 25c
No. 2 Sweet Potatoes 25c
2 lbs. Japan Rice 2 5 c
3 cans god corn 1 50c
8 lbs. pure Buckwheat flour 95c
4 lbs. pure Buckwheat flour 50c
Washington Crisp, per pkg 10c
Pink Safmon, . per can 25c
Red Salmon, per can 30c
E. P. LUTZ
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WAS MARRIED LAST SATURDAY.
From Tuesday's Dally.
We had missed Thomas Hender
son, the genial and very obliging
brakeman on numbers 14 and 15 of
the Burlington, the latter passing
through here in the early morning
and the former returning late at
night, and we 'wondered where he
was. Our query was answered last
evening when we saw Mr. Hender
son step off the train in citizen's
clothes, instead of his regular rail
road uniform, and dressed like a
dandy at that, and when we had
gotten down to where he was wait
ing while the train was standing.
we saw by the happy smile some
thing had happened.
Tom just out and said. Yes, we
were married last Saturday in Oma
ha and are on our way to Afton,
Iowa, where we will spend our
honeymoon, at the home of my
uncle Martin Henderson. The
bride's name waa formerly Miss
Hilda M. Smith of Atchison, Kansas.
The newly married couple will make
their home at Lincoln, where a nice
home is already prepared for their
use. ?.Ir. Henderson does not ex
pect to remain permanently on the
passenger run, but will take ' a
freight run out of Lincoln. The
Journal join his many friends here
in wishing the most of prosperity
and happiness to this new house
hold. Don't Fool Yourself.
A man suffering from backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff joints or sore
muscles may laugh and say these
symptoms of kidney trouble "don't
amount to anything." It is follj to
ignore Nature's warnings. Foley Kid
ney Pills give quick relief in kidney
or bladder troubles and "it is better
to be safe than sorry." Sold every
where. CHRIST & GHRIST.
Make a specialty of good por
traits. Do enlarging, copy fend ccored
Kodak finishing, etc.
We narartee all work. .
Sunday sittings by appointment.
We are alwavs here.
Telephone 645. Coates Block
Cheapest accident insuran?e Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For .burns,
scalds, cuts and emergencies. AH
druggists sell it. 30e and 60c.
Stationery at tho Journal nflt
SHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
NUP. Spring line of Shirts is in. Before we -place these
Shirts in stock we are going to reduce our present stock.
While this is not a general mark down' sale, several lines and
sizes will show the O and O ticket (odds and ends and over
stock) at liberal reductions. This includes the famous Man
hattan, Ide and Furgusan McKinney makes.
Our cheapest Shirt for spring will be S2, with an excellent'grade .
of Madras or Percale at $2.50 and 3.00. So you will find some real
values in Shirts we have in stock
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
Work shirts, dress shirts,' every day shirts, some night shirts,
Sunday shirts, silk shirts, undershirts and pajamas.
CONGREGATION OF THE METHO
DIST CHURCH HAVE FUN
AND SAY GOODBYE
TO THE FAMILY OF A MEMBER
Men Served the Refreshments while
Everyone Seemed to Vie in the
Strange Apparel Worn
From WednesOay's Dally
Last evening at the Methodist
church parlors there was a most
unique ' Freak" party indulged in by
the members of that church, the oc
casion being a farewell reception to
one of their fellow members, E. C.
Hill and family, who have been very
material workers in the church dur
ing their residence in Plattsmouth.
The "Freak" party was truly what
the name implies. As Mr. and Mrs.
Hill are removing to a farm the
various auxiliaries of the church of
which any of the family were mem
bers, and that includes nearly every
branch of activity within the church,
presented them with some sort of
farm tool in miniature. The Loyal
Workers, also presented them with
some cut glass candlesticks, which
were very beautiful and will come in
handy on the farm, where they will
probably not have the conveniences
of electric lights.
There was a musical program
along with other stunts arranged to
pass away the -evening hours and
this was indeed one thing after an
other. The whole assemblage enjoy
ed the various features of the even
ing, each of which seemed more com
ical than its predecessor.
To the some two hundred members
who were present the men of the
church, furnished the feed and did
the serving. V. T. Arn. the clever
meat salesman at the S. S. Chase
market, acted as the chief Chef and
made an excellent man for the posi
tion. Then too, they do say that
John W. Crabill was one of the most
beautifully attired waiters ar.d did
excellent service In that capacity as
In all the affair was one which
brought forth much merriment, at
the same time demonstrating to Mr.
Hill and his family the appreciation
of the different organizations with
in the church for the services they
have rendered to the various activi
ties of church work' during their
stay in the city.
The best wishes of a host of close
friends of this family, both within
and without the church will accom
pany them to their rural home.
WILL OPEN THE FERRY SOON.
From Tuesday" Dally.
This afternoon John Richardson
went to Omaha, where he will make
some purchases of supplies for his
ferry which is located just below the
Burlington bridge. Mr. Richardson
is making arrangements to get his
ferry boat into the water as soon as
the weather will permit. His son,
Claude and nephew, Eugene, went to
Omaha with him today and will as
sist in getting the necessary ropes
and other material needed.
GOOD WHITE SEED CORN.
I have an abundance of good
white seed corn, Walford Nord,
Plattsmouth. Neb. 8-tfd&w
Henry Specht of LaPlatte "was a
visitor in this city for a short time
this afternoon looking after some
RECEIVE WORD THEIR
DAUGHTER VERY SICK
Dr., and Mrs. C. A. Marshall Depart
for East Yesterday in Response
' to Telegram Received.
From Wednesday's Haily:
Last evening, . in response to a
telegram apprising them of the ser
ious illness of their daughter. Mrs.
Floyd Bull, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Mar
shall departed for the east on Bur
lington train two, bound for Cali
fornia, Pennsylvania, wh.ere their
daughter, formerly .Miss Gladys Mar
shall, has been making her home
for some time. The parents hasten
ed east in response to the message
stating their daughter has a very ser
ious case of pneumonia, in order to
arrive at her bedside and be of what
assistance they may in administer
ing to her care. They are hopeful
that upon their arrival they will
find her much improved. The many
friends of Mrs. Bull in Plattsmouth
will be pleased to hear encouraging
news from her bedside soon.
W. C. T. U.
From Tuesday's Daily.
A very pleasant afternoon
spent by the ladies of the W.
V., at the home of Mrs. E. H. Wes
cott yesterday afternoon.
As this was the day observed by
the W. C. T. IT. aS Memorial Day in
honor of Miss Francis Willard, a
special program was rendered which
was greatly enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. Geo. Kaffenberger having
charge of the program.
The following program was giv
en: Song "America."
Scripture Lesson Mrs
tion Mrs. Fred Mann.
Song Helen and Edgar Wescott.
A biography of the life of Francis
Willard Bernice Newell.
Instrumenal Solo Genevieve
Address, The Blessedness of Re
ceiving Mrs. R. B. Hares.
Solo Misa Larson, accompanied
by Miss Estelle Baird.
Duet Gladys and Golda Kaffen
berger, Dainty refreshments were served
by the hostess. A social hour was
then spent after which the ladies
departed for their homes feeling the
afternoon had been well spent.
ALBERT NELSON ARRIVES
BACK IN NEW YORK CITY
From Tuesday's Daily. v
A telegram yesterday to friends in
Louisville told of the arrival of Al
bert Nelson, who has been overseas
for many months. He is in a hospital
in the eastern city and will not be
able to come home for some time yet
as a result of wounds received in ac
tion several months ago. He w'ill be
treated there until such time as he
shall be able to be discharged from
the service and return to Louisville
to greet his many friends.
WOULD HAVE COURT
From Tuesday's Dally.
A petition was filed in the court
yesterday. wherein Edward H.
Spangler brings suit to enforce the
execution of a contract for the sale
of a farm to him by Ransom M.
Cole. Some time since, through his
agent Wm. Jean. RaTisom Cole, so
the petition alleges, sold by con
tract certain lots of land, located
near Mynard, on which he paid $2,
000.00 and the remainder to be paid
in tKe first day of March 1919. The
sale it is claimed was confirmed by
letters and messages, and later, to
obtain a compliance with the speci
fication of the contract. Mr. Spang
ler enters court, and seeks an exact
fulfilment of the contract, . and de
posits with the court the remainder
of the purchase price, of $29,100.00,
which with the $1,000.00 already
paid would make the entire amount
$32,100.00. In case the contract is
not specifically fulfilled, a damage
of $4,000.00 is asked.
How to Keep Well
"Keep the bowe'is open" Is one
rule of heulth recommended by all
schols of medicine. Foley Cathartic
Tablets cleanse the bowels, sweaten
the stomach and benefit the liver.
For indigestion, biliousness, a bad
breath, bloating, gas or constipation
no remedy is more highly recommend
ed. Fine for stout persons. Sold ev
erywhere. FOR SALE.
, Improved 80 acres, three miles
west of Plattsmouth, two hundred
and fl:ty dollars per acre. For par
ticulars inquire of T. H. Pollock..
Feel languid, weak, run down?
Headache? Stomach "off?" A good
remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters.
Ask your druggist. Price, $1.25.
ON A LAND DEAL
CHARLES C. PARMELE AND WILL
S. JEAN BRING SUIT FOR
SUM ALLEGED DUE.
This the Second Suit to be Filed in
Case of the Sale of Edward
H. Spangler Farm.
From Velielay's Daily.
Folowing very closely the suit
entered by Edward H. Spangler, to
compel the fulfillment of the terms
of sale of a farm by Hanson M. Cole
to himself, as recited in the Journal
of recent date, comes the filing last'
evening of a suit by Charles C. I'ur-
mele and Will S. Jean, asking for a ;
judgment in the sum of $S02.50, as
commission for the sale of the farm,
which was consummated, as is al-
Ieged, at the rate of $:',00 per acre,
and the petition states, the farm
was to cost $:;0.100, of which sum1
$2,000 was paid by the purchaser at
the time of making the contract, and
stating also that the contract was
made through the medium of letters
and telegrams between them and Mr.
Cole, who is iu the west. 1
Whatever the outcome of the cases
filed against Mr. Cole, it is a fact
that Cass county land is selling at a
high price, as compared with that of
many other "localit ies over the state.
and from the readv sale which land
finds in this community wo arc lead
to believe this farm worth the mon
ey contracted to be paid for it. i
MEMBERS OF B. P. 0. E.
HEARD EXCELLENT TALK
District Deputy Exaulted Ruler T.
A. Moon Present at Meeting
and Made Address.
From "Wednesday's Dally. 1
Last evening at the regular meet
ing or t'lattsmoutn L.ouge -no.
R. P. O. K. there was present the Dis
trict Deputy Exaulted Ruler, Frank
A. Moon, wjio had much to say in
commendation of the order of Elks,
which he declares is in the most ex
cellent condition it has ever been.
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, , lv. Hu will receive m return a trial
to the assistance of Uncle Sam on. ... i .
.package containing Foley s Honey
every one of the calls of our gov-
.... , ... and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds
ernment and besides furnishing a
, and croup. Foley Kidnev Pills and
large number of its men to the ser- '
. , i Folev Cathartic Tablets. Sold every-
vice kept filled the cofffrs of dona-
tion and Liberty Rond sales, all the,
while with the good of the nation at j
heart. Mr. Moon, whose onlv son is ! For any itchiness of the skin, for
in the service, and who is soon to be
discharged from the hospital at Camp
Dodge, spoke in a very patriotic
strain, declaring that the order is (
an ail-American one and expressing
great satisfaction that it had re
sponded so nobly to the needs of the
nation at war.
Mr. Moon had with him an interrj
esting memorial, in the nature of an :
Iron Cross, given him by his son.
who took it from the uniform of a
dead German officer on the battle
field in France.
The Deputy went to Nebraska
City today where he will meet with
Lodge No. 1049 of that place this
VISITING WITH COUSIN HERE.
From 'Wednesday's Dally.
Daie C. Mead cf Strattoh, Colo., a
cousin of C. D. Quinton. who has
Just been released from the army,
where he was performing duty on
the Mexican border, is visiting at
the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Quinton
of this city. Mr. Mead, was former
ly located at Avoca. and some years
since will.be remembered as having
played here with Avoca ball. team,
during a county tournament. He
looks ifine and since the time when
he was here has grown to be much
Says It Is the Best in the World.
Are you looking for a sate, relia
ble remedy for coughs, colds, croup
and whoopng cough? A. II. McDan-
iel, Box 51, Lindside, V. Va.t writes,!
"I am glad to tell-you that Foley's j
Honey and Tar is the best medciine
in this world. I had a severe cough.
Someone recommended it and before
I u,sedhalf a bottle I was better.
George Lohnes and wife were in
the' city this morning from their
home near Cedar Creek, and were
trnasacting some business with the
merchants while here.
CASTOR I A
For Lnfans and Children
!n Use for Over 30 Years.
that is a simple example in subtraction, and represents your
saving in time, labor in laundry and repairs, when you wear
Hatch One Button Union Suits
one button is all that is necessary.
comfortable, convenient, "classy."
does the work of the "regular nine buttons."
you'll like the idea.
Heavy weight, part wool, $2.75
Medium " " " 2.25
Still have a few of those medium
weight cotton fleece ribbed union
E. Wescott's Sons
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
From Tuesday's Dallj. t
In the district court this morn
ing was filed a case entitled Ray
Christ weisser vs. Frank W. Schlich
temeir, for the balance of the pur
chase price of 1059 bushels of corn,
which Mr, Christ weisser alleges he
sold and delivered to the defendant
and for which lie avers there is still
(Iuh after an initial payment of
$30.00, the sum of $1,410. as the
price was $1..1C a per bushel.
HAVE REGULAR MINISTER NOW.
From Wednesday's Daily.
The Mission church in South Park
has secured Rev. Paul Worcester, of
Tabor. Iowa.. for their minister, and
services jvill be conducted regularly
in the future. They have a small
building in South Park, which they
are using as a church building.
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
j28..". Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111.,
ii r i ' ill
your name and address clear-
". pwup.-, r.u. i.,
Doan's Ointment. 60c at all drug
Henry Stander of Louisville was
a visitor in this city for a short
time this morning and returned to
his home at Louisville after having
looked after some business here.
THE UNIVERSAL CAP
SPARK PLUGS AT REDUCED PRICES
12-inch Champ;on X. f or Fords J $ .75
ig-inch Champion X Porcelains .40
"'s-inch Buick and Chevrolet .75
-inch A. C. Titan, for Buick, Reo, Dodge, Overland, Oak
land, Mitchell, Hudson and Liberty 1.00
ALCOHOL per Gallon 1.10
RAEIAT0R COVERS for Fords 1.50
We have several new 1919 Ford cars in' stock at
the following prices: jj
Runabout r $500
Touring Car 5r5
One-ton Truck Chassis 5J0
THESE PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT
Better call now and get one of these cars or if you
are not ready for a Ford now sign an order for future
.delivery and get a car when you want it.
BARGAINS IN USED FORDS
Fordson Tractors in Stock- Call and Look Them Over
Storage and Repairs
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
T. H. Pollock Garage
Phone No. 1 PUtUmouth, Nebr.
SEED SPRING WHEAT FOR SALE.
I have abouf 200 bushels the.
celebrated Marquis beardless spring
wheat, and about 50 bushels of the
bearded spring wheat similar to the
blue stem variety, for sale on my
farm near Mynard. Excellent quality
and clean of foreign seeds. Call
Sherman Cole, phone 4014. daw
FOR SALE JACK AND STALLION
I have for sale or trade, one five
year old jack, sure foal getter, and
one Percheron nine-year old, 1,700
pound stallion. Sound in every par
ticular. See MInchau & Sacks, Ea.ct
Side garage, Eagle, Nebr. f6-8w
W. A. R0EERT30N,
East of Riley Hotel.
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OR. R. P. VVEST0VER
. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Res. 313 PHONE Office 667
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
5pe?ftl Attention t W'oaara
ACUTE DiSEARF TREATED
Eyes Tested nJ Glasses totted
Night Calls Answered Aftir Eojn
and Sundays by Appointment.
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