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PLAITCT0T7TH STin-WEEZlT JOTTSHAX
I.TGlfDAT: JULY 1,
Supply your Pall ami Winter
wants this month. We shall be forc
ed to a il van op our finer line of gent's
silks ar.il li:-ps in the very near fu
ture. Our cheapest silk hose will
il.-n retail at $1.00 the p;;ir.
Just Say INTERWOVEN
50, GO. 85 and $1.00
WILL SOON BE
EVERYTHING IS IN READINESS
FOR OPENING OF SUMMER
CASE DECLARED NOT TO BE A3
SERIOUS AS WAS FIRST
INJURIES WERE VERY PAINFUL
severe than tlipy wore. The engine
beloneing to Mr. Ililtl was out in
the field and was not damaged.
RETURNED FROM WEST.
BOS SEEDS, THE FUNMAKER
Is Scheduled to Appear the Opening;
Evening, Saturday, July 2Cth
Euy Season Tickets.
And Will 2?ct Heal for Some Time
to Who Fired Engine.
From Friday's Dally.
John Hi!d. the fifteen-year-ol I
son of 1'hillip A. Hild. who wad
burned Wednesday evening by the
explosion of the boiler of a thresh
ing engine belonging to Wm. Kauf
man, is reported as making good
progress, considering the Pericwsues.
of his bums, and it is Imped that be
will so.n be on the road to recov
ery, although it will be a natter of
some time before the burns are en
The boiler which exploded was
one belonging to Mr. Kaufman and
which had been left at the l:n;e o!
Mr. llild vhn he had finished shel
ling corn tliere. In some manner
the report became current that it
belonged to Mr. Hild and had been
fired by C. X. (Mine, but this is in
correct, as Mr. ('line was in Omaha
with Mr. Ilild. they having gone up
after some repairs for the threshing
outfit on the day of the accident.
Mr. Kaufman had fred the engine
up to take it home, as he desired to
use it, and while he was preparing
to pull out onto the road, John
Ilild came along ami unhitched his
team, allowing them to go to the
barn. while he watched the men
working around the engine. Just
then the explosion came that re
sulted in his being badly
Krun Friday's Hatty.
August Noltitig George Snyder and
W. E. Kosencrans returned t Ii i.s
morning from the western part of
the state, after having viewed the
small grain crop there and investi
gated prospects of the later ones to
follow. They report prospects of a
return manv times commensurate
with the work of cult i vat ion.
The gentlemen also visited in the
r.crlht ni part i f Kansas while away.
AP.EIVEL HERE YESTER
DAY FROM NORWAY
oni Friday's I Jail v.
Last evening Archie Iiakke, wife
and littl" son. arrived from Norway.
vl,ire they have been visiting f :
-.me time at the home of his par
ents, ami are now vi-iting at the
home of his brother. A. I. Iiakke.
fereman of the work room at the
ollock garage. Archie has lived in
Esse?:. Iowa, for three years. th?
same pipce n is nrotno. resi :eu ;'-
Jfore coming to 1 I r? t foment h to li ;.
and he thought the time ripe r,r .
trip to ;!ie i.ld count ry with the w;.r
nver and opportunity favorable.
RETURNED TO FORT RILEY
From FrMny s Daily.
Ambrose Smith, who has been
"pending his furlough from the army
.it the home of Grover Will, and in
cidentally assisting with the har
vest, departed this nievning for his
station at Ft. ltiley. where he ag'.ii.
takes up his duties as a soldier to
morrow. Mr. Smith is expecting to
receive his discharge within the
next few weeks.
WILL VISIT AT NIOBRARA, NEB.
Ed Rrubaker and wife left this
morning for Niobrara, where they
will visit at the home of Carl Ilof
aker and family, who moved thera
from this city last spring and who
burned Jure engaged in farming with exccl-
and the boiler wrecked. j lent prospects of a bumper crop. Mr.
Fortunate it was for the young, and Mrs. Brubaker plan to visit at
man that his injuries were not more the Hofaker home for several days.
We have never
You will want one or more of
these smart garments; in gabar
dine, linen, pique and cordaline
novelty patterns and plain white.
Each garment is tailored in firdt
class fashion. Some of the styles
are shirred or pleated at the waistline, others have
modest pockets, yokes and panels.
$2.95 to $10.00
The Ladies' Toggery
FRED P. BUSCH, Maneg-er
From Fridays Dally.
The committee having in ehargo
the matter of selling tickets for the
I'lattsmout u Chautauqua, wnicn is
to open next Saturday. July 2fith, is
meeting with abundant success and
those signing the guarantee for the
assembly are encouraged that the
attendance will be far in excess of
whet it has heretofore been.
The season ticket is the popular
way of securing attendance, for it
entitles the holder to the entire
benefits of the Chautauqua at a min
imum of expense-. Exclusive of the
war t x. tickets for the day sessions
of the course would amount to $2.10
while the night sessions would cost
S:'..ift. making a total of SS.IO for
the six days' entertainment. Season
ticket:; can be purchased for a little
less than half this amount $2.r0.
exch.'ivo f war tax. Thus is the
economy of buying season tickets as
well as Hie insurance of getting the
benefit of the entire cour.-e :.t once
an-ia rent .
The Ii.-. t nu-ht Rub Seeds, the not
d funr.iakiT. is scheduled to appear
on the program. !!j has a reputa
tion of l.-:i::g ihb to make the pro-
verm::! cigar store Indian smiie ami
vi-i to produce a grin on the face
or t!" li'.ovt pronounce. i, straigm-
larel "non-la ft cr." Common, ordi-
lary pei.ple v ill shout with merri
ment wiun he gets out n is jone uox
in hi add rest; entitled. "The Way It
Looks from the Road." Better come
out the first night and hear him for
you will be missing one of the best
ntortHinmer.ts of the entire course
if you don't.
Tin.-, o contemplating an early vis
it from friends living out of ho city
are ur:i .1 t. invite them lo come
during d u-.itawqnu week. The pro
crams are so arranged as not to in-t'rfe.-c
with housework and the en-
tire family and its guests can enjoy
i ("!; of pleaMire together.
If yru haven't already seen them,
you may be expecting a visit from
ih- committee at an early date.
Co.. secured a temporary Injunction
against Sheriff Ratekin to prevent
him selling one of the numerous
automobiles taken by him " in the
capture of booze runners. The com
pany claimed lo hold a mortgage on
the car for most of its value. The
court dismissed the injunction hold
ing that the claim of the mortgagee
was not effective against the righl
of the slate to confiscate the same
under the circumstances.
GREATLY ENJOYED THEIR TRIP
From Saturday's p.-illy.
After having spent about ten days
in the heart of the Rocky mountains,
viewing the wonders of nature as
displayed in the great canyons, huge
mountains and ever pleasing land
scape, and enjoying the invigorat
ing air, and the cooling breezes and
climbing to the heights, George II.
Black, wife and two daughters; Les
lie McKinney, wife and two daugh
ters as well as one son, returned
home last evening. True they were
tired, travel-stained and sleepy, but
nevertheless happy at having enjoyed
the time of their lives. For the
crowd was large enough to enjoy
the fellowship of travel, and to say
they had a good time would only be
telling part of the matter.
HAS PURCHASED NEW
Puzzled As To How To Get It Out
Of the City Where He Wants
To Use It.
VISITED WITH FRIENDS HERE
Krom Friday' Dally.
Walter Babbitt, of Draper. South
Dakota, who has been visiting in
this city for a short time with rela
tives, being :r brother of the late ('.
E. Babbitt, departed this morning
for his home. Mr. Habbitt has just
sobl his firm there and will dispose
rt n is stock and other property ami
d.part for the west, where he will
look over the country with a view
ARE SPENDING THE DAY
IN OUTING AT MANAWA
From Friday's Dally.
Messrs. and Mesdames Thomas
Wiles and Levi W. Scott departed
this morning for Lake Manawa, go
ing in the car of Mr. Wiles, which
is being driven by Mr. Scott. The
recent accident in which Mr. Wiles'
arm was broken rendered him un
able to drive. for awhile, which ac
counts for Mr. Scott taking the
WERE MARRIED AT
From Saturday's Dally.
This morning Roy L. Brown and
Miss Edith C. White, both of Oma
ha, came down in their auto, and at
the office of the county Judge re
ceived a marriage license, then re
pairing to the home of Rev. II. G.
McCluskey, they were united in
marriage by the ring service. In a
short time they were whirling away
in the purring auto, towards Oma
ha, where they will expect to sur
prise their friends.
STATE CAN CONFISCATE.
From Saturday's Dallv.
Judge Raper of Falls City in the
district court held valid the new law
passed at the last session of the
legislature regulating the confisca
tion of cutomobiles engaged in the
transportation of liquor into this
state notwithstanding that they may
be mortgaged. The question aro3
when the Robinson Cadillac Mo'.or
From Saturday's Daily.
George Stander living northwest
of the city, has just received a new
threshing machine today, coming to
this city, via the Burlington. lie
purchased it to help take care of
the abundant harvest, which has
just been gathered in the country
adjacent to this city
The other day he was threshing
t the home 'of J. W. Tulene, and
found it necessary to pass through
the city. One of his men were ar
rested for driving over the pave
ment of Chicago avenue but relea--
d again, and told that he could riot
drive a threshing machine over the
pavements. It is claimed there is an
rdinance against it. N'ow what is
lie to do with the threshing ma
chine, it Is here and he would like
to get it out of town. Looks strange
that a machine for saving the har-
r.st is forbidden passage of the
treats and an auto which endangers
eople's lives runs from forty to six
y miles with impunity. It doe?
-ck strange don't it now.
ii irk & g y
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Our large shipment of Washington Apricots fo canning have just arrived!
Place Your Orders at Once!
Lemons 50c Dozen
Lame every morning, achy and
stiff all day, worse when it's damp
or chilly? Suspect your kidneys
and try the remedy your neighbors
O. II. Tower, carpenter. Vine St.
Plattsmouth. says: "I suffered from
a dull pain in the small of my back.
It got so bad, I had to get on my
knees and straighten gradually aft
er I got down. The kidney secre
tions were much retarded in pas
sage, too. I was told I had stone in
my bladder and the medicine I took
only gave me temporary relief. After
taking one box of Doan's Kidney
Fills. I noticed that the trouble
was beginning to disappear and in
a short time my health improved in
(Statement given April 10, 1912).
On February 23. 1916, Mr. Tower
Faid: "I gladly recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills. I am stilt a strong
believer in this old, reliable kidney
Trice COc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Tower had. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, X. Y.
Loss Of Appetite.
As a general rule there Is noth
ing serious about a loss of appetite,
and If you skip a meal or only eat
two meals a day for a few days you
will soon have a relish, for your
meals when meal time comes. Bear
in mind that at least five hours
should always elapse "between meals
fo as to give the food ample time to
digest and the stomach a period of
rest before a second meal is taken.
Then if you eat no more th3n you
crave and take a reasonable amount
of outdoor exercise every day you
will not need to worry about your
appetite. When the loss of appetite
is caused by constipation as is often
the case, that should be corrected
at once. A dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets will do it.
Office Supplies? :. That's where
Bhine. The Journal Printery.
50 and 60c Dozen
Grape Fruit 10c
Large Red Plums
ECalamasoo Celery, Cucumbers,
Kew Potatoes, Cabbage,
Green Beans, Cooking Apples
-P- v "-a Als,P ,?j
TELEPHCWE 53 and 54
mm dies at
This 'lominqr Mrs
deceived Word of the
Death Of Sister.
part of the state, and considered
that the price paid was a good in
vestment. Jlr. Hild makes another
trip to Perkins county next Satur
day evening, so if you are figuring
on going, tell him now so that
proper reservations enn be made for
ANNUAL AFFAIR ATTENDANT
tittttt T,TTTrTT TT T? A QTTT T I'rm Pa t urdny's r:llly.
FOR YOUNG AND OLD
This mcrning Mrs. Kobert Shrad
er ot near Murray received a mes
sage telling of the death of her sis-
her, Mrs. H. I). White of Casper
SOME TWO HUflDRED PRESEKT -on.Iff. where the ,5 a
worker in the oil fields at that
place. Mrs. White leaves her lius-
! band and three small children. Th i si
To Participate in Sports and General! ;,ftornocn :jr. :,nd Mrs. Shrader de-
This medicine always wins the
good opinion if not the praise of
those who use it. Try it when you
have need of such a remedy.
Good Time Supper Served
On the Grounds.
l"rom Saturday's Daily.
The annual picnic of the Sunday
school of the Methodist chiiirch was
held yesterday afternoon. The weath
er was ideal, just not enougn 10
make ice water and ice cream taste
good. Several automobiles and two
hay racks were required to haul tin;
picnic party to the headquarters of
the rifle range just north of the
A barrel of ice water was ready
when they arrived. Swings were
soon in commission and were patro
nized by youngsters and some older
ones too, until time to take them
dow n. A base ball game was under .
way when the supper call came and
it was a question of stopping one
good thing and starting another.
There were about 200 present and
at least that many feeired to be hav
ing a royal god time. There was
something to do every minute even
during the ride out and back. No
accidents marred the occasion and
even the ball game ended without
blows except a few good hits by some
of the stars. Those wlio were mere
will have a fine afternoon to remem
ber and those who were not will
have a lost opportunity to remember.
Special mention should be made of
the good work done by the Superin
tendent of the school, Don C. York.
also Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. York, for
planning and carrying out the afiair
so nicely. Thanks are liKewi&e uu
to Jesse Perry and Frank hiuoit.
who sot the water, ice. ice cream and
other necessities to the grounds and
to George Kaffenberger and .ari
H.ibbitt. who took bay rr.cks am.
hauled the party, as well as others
who used their cars and helped in
various ways. rue success
w T-l-ft f? 1 1
ball game is due to :ir.
He also kept everyone cool, tor ne
furnished the ice.
parted for the west where they go
to attend the funeral of the sister,
if p?radvanture they shall arrive in
time for the funeral as it requires
euite a length of tine to make the
Stationery at the Journal oftV
Good Auto Roads
BUYS 160 ACRES IN PERKINS.
From Thursday's J.-ii!y.
Philip Becker was among those
going west with George Hild last
Saturday night, and was also one
who purchased a 100 acre farm in
Perkins county. Phil, was pretty
well pleased with the land in that
Roads Have Been Repaired
T. H. Pollock Bridge
1 lie t.?:. M-.iv..v -
scod torv that you will find on
at the Journal office.
Is i j
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
WITH BUILT-IN AT THE FACTORY
Sslf Starter, Generator and Storage Bat-
tery, Efecfric Lights!
The Ford cars now have all the advantages that the large cars
have always claimed and in addition the extreme low cost of up
keep and the advantage over all other cars in that in every city
and town is located a Ford Authorized Service Garage, where large
and complete stocks of Ford repair parts are always kept, and
where a Ford owner can always get immediate service no long
waits to send to city or factory for repair parts, as is the case
with every car in existence except the "Universal Car" the Ford.
With these additional refinements added the Ford car will be
more popular than ever before and it will be impossible to fill all
orders promptly, therefore we urge prospective buyers to place
orders at once. First come, first supplied. The following prices
are for the new Ford cars with complete Self Starter and Lighting
equipment delivered to purchaser, full of gas and oil and ready for
the road: Runabout. $fir4: Touring, ?6C0; Coupelet, ?S17; Sedin.
S947. Ton truck with farm stock and grain body (no starter), S77o.
WE WILL SELL NEW AND USED FORI) CARS ON PART
PAYMENT DOWN. BALANCE ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS AND
WILL TAKE LIBERTY BONDS AT MARKET VALUE. J
T. H. Pollock arage,
Tebphone No. 1 -:- -: Plattsmouth, Neb.
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