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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, OCTOEEP. 9- 1919.
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L5L "Z)r Charged" Batteries
This is the only method which makes it
possible for the motorist to buy a battery
that is perfected and tested at the factory;
then held inactive, until ready for ucc.
L. F. TERRVBERRY
USL Service Station
From Mon Jay's rallv.
Mrs-. P.ennett Chriswisser is spend
ing a few days in the vicinity of Xe
hawka. at. the home of her relatives
County Surveyor Fred P.uterson
departed this mornfng for Nehuwka,
where he will look alter mine work
fir the county n'ar that place.
Durwood Lynde. Iiruce Wolf, Leo
lie F.verett. Frank Meade and Rob
ert Katun were among tlie Union old
-vi-teraii.- to tike part i:i the home
comir.g here on Saturday.
Otto K. Kutz and Lloyd Gilmore.
f'l near Murray, were ninong tho.sj
attending the homecoming iiere Sat
urday and enjoying a visit with
their former comrades in arias.
Frank H. Johnson and wife, of
Wet-ping Water motored up yester
day t'rMii their home to er.jr.y a vis
it tit the home of Mr. Johnson's moth-
r. Mrs. J. W. Johnson and family.
F. W. Kloepping. a former Cass
county resi.knt. now located near
I ! rirnnirt on. Nebraska, cam? in Sat
urday to enjoy the homecoming cel
el ration and visit with his many
friends throughout the country.
('. K. Doty, formerly a well known
resident of near Weeping Water, was
a visitor in the county seat yester
day looking after some business .matter.-..
Mr. Doty is now located in
the western portion of the state,
where he ha; extensive land interests.
'enjoying a visit at the home of Dr.
Jll. I. West over and wife, departed
touay for their home.
W. L. Stine and wife, of near
Union, were in the city yesterday
afternoon for a few hours looking
! after some matters of business and
while here were callers at the Jour
II. C. Creamer, of near Murray,
departed this afternoon for Omaha,
where he will spend the day and
from there will go to Minnesota to
visit for a few days looking after
some business matters.
Attorney W. A. Robertson and wife
and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gaymer and
Mrs. Gaymer, Sr.. departed this
morning by auto for Omaha, where
they will spend. a short time visiting
with friends and looking after some
Frcrn Tuesday's Daily.
Attorney C. K. Tefft. of Weeping
Wafer, was in the city today for a
few hours looking after some legal
matters at the court house.
T. II. West over and daughter, of
Rushille. Nebraska, who have been
From Wednesday's Pally.
Leonard Hawkenbery departed
this afternoon for Omaha, where he
will enter the employ of the Union
Pacific in that city at their shops.
Mrs. J. R. Sexton of LaJunta,
Colorado, arrived in the city this af
ternoon to enjoy a visit at the home
of Mrs. W. T. Scotten for a few days.
J. M Craig and wife, of Bush
nell, Nebraska, who were called here
by the funeral of their daughter.
Miss Grace Craig, departed this af
ternoon "for their home.
Pollock Parmele and wife, who
have been enjoying a visit with rel
atives and friends here, departed
yesterday afternoon via auto for
their home at Broken Bow.
Albert Janda and wife of Law
rence, Nebraska, arrived in the city
last evening to attend the wedding
of the sister of Mrs. Janda, Miss
Alba Jirousek to Mr. Anton Svoboda.
Fancy box paper at thii office.
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i i it i i n l o i o c
Immunity by means of Chiropractic Spinal
Chiropractic not only wards of! disease, but in any
case attacks disease at its source. Read these few lines:
Health supplants disease whenever the mental impulses
have tree and unimpeded passage from
the brain to the tissue cells, which thus
receive the vital energy upon which they
solely depend for their harmonious
action. This done, disease cannot exist.
It is impossible for a disease symptom
to be present in the human body with
The Spine in Perfect Alignment
Chiropractic adjustments bring the
Spine into natural alignment and thus
'Vj-v:Vf open the way for health to supplant
Thousands have learned the bene
fits of Chiropractic.
George Hall went to Lincoln Sat-!
George Skills, of Murdock, was in
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Strong were
in Lincoln Friday.
Dale S. Boyles is in Wyoming on
business this week.
Dan Manners, of Havelock, was in
town Monday on business.
Loyal Miller was a visitor in Lin
coln -Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenow vis
ited relatives in Elmwood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fentiman, of
Elmwood, visited at the Orville K.
Robertson home Sunday.
Charles Bucknell is in South Bend
doing some carpenter repair work on
the Murtey-Curyea elevator.
Mrs. Angie Hurlbut, of Green
wood, is spending a few days herf
with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Prouty.
Ezra Phiflips and brother-in-law,
William Gibson of Fremont visited
the former's sister, Mrs. Mary Skin
Mrs. Fred Prouty and daughter.
Miss Marie and son, Lee. were din
ner guests at the Charles Edwards
1 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Armstrong,
of near Ashland, visited the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arm
strong Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore left
Sunday for Chicago. 111., where
they will visit relatives while on
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Strong and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lancaster spent
Sunday with relatives at York, Ne
braska, returning home Monday.
Messrs. C. R. Jordan. W. S. Jordan.
C. M. Jordan, Alva Skinner anl
Charles Stout have returned from
Canada, where they purchased some
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stroemer,
Mrs. J. II. Stroemer and Miss Mil
dred Brown autoed to Barneston on
Saturday, returning home late Sun
Benn Weaver and cousin, Mrs. J.
A. Shaffer autoed to Lincoln Friday
and Mrs. George P. Foreman rode
back to Alvo with them, visiting at
the Foreman farm home.
John Phillips, of Ohio; Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Phillips and Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Hoyt, of Iowa, and Eban
Phillips, of Deer Creek, Illinois, left
Wednesday for their home after vis
iting several days with their sister,
Mrs. Mary Skinner.
Frank Edwards and two sisters
motored to Lincoln on Wednesday
morning to be in attendance at an
operation performed on their nephew
from O'Neill. Nebraska. The last
report was to the efTect that he was
getting along nicely.
The Ladies Aid society gave a re
ception at the M. E. church Wed
nesday evening for their new pas
tor, Rev. E. A. Knight and family,
and the teachers of the Alvo schools.
Refreshments consisted of sandwich
es, pickles and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Park departed
Sunday evening for their home at
Sterling, Colorado, after spending
the week-end with the latter's moth
er, Mrs. MaTy Skinner and family
and having attended a family re
union of the Phillips family at Fre
mont last Thursday.
Herbert Prouty came down from
University Place Monday, visiting
till Tuesday with his aunt, Mrs. S.
C. B.oyles and other relatives. He
and Ralph Cornell were recently dis
charged from the navy at the Great
Lakes training station, after four
teen months' service, having made
several trips overseas.
Mrs. Charles Edwards was called
to Peru to attend the funeral of
her brother, Edward Parriott Friday
afternoon. Mr. Parriott had been an
invalid for a number of years and
his death Tuesday evening was no!
unexpected. Mrs. Edwards and fam
ily the Frank Edwards family and
other relatives who drove down l.t
attend the funeral, all returned on
attired in all the paraphernalia
necessary for the occasion, leaning
on the arm of the "groom." the "ring
bearer," -"bridesmaid" and "best
man." After taking their positions,
the "minister" got busy and peals
of laughter greeted the vows to
which the bridal pair gave consent
in plighting their troth; though the
principals remained calm and digni
fied. After congratulations, a dainty
two course luncheon was served.
Dr. F.iwaros lNan the practice
of medicino 21 years a?n. In
lull he took a doctor's doyive ia
Chiropractic and has confined
Ms practice to that school. He
was for several ears official
ohvMfian of the Nebraska State
DR. LEE W. EDWARDS
OFFICES AND LABORATORY
21th and Farnam Sts., Omaha
Reunion of Phillips Family
Mrs. Mary Skinner and son, John
attended the reunion of the Phillips
family at Fremont on October 2nd,
when the ten Phillips children, sis
ters and brothers of Mrs. Skinner,
met and enjoyed a big dinner to
gether. The dinner was served in the
Christian church and there were. Cr
persons, Phillips descendents, pres
ent to partake of the feast. The ten
brothers and sisters were Eban Phil
lips, of Deer Creek, 111; Mr. and
Mrs. John Phillips, Byron, Ohio;
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Phillips, La
Verney Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Hoyt, Clarion, Iowa; .Mrs. .Mary Skin
ner, of Alvo, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs.
Ezra Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. William
Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gib
son, Fremont, Nebraska; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Phillips, Henry, Illinois
and Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, of
Colorado Springs, Colorado.
On Saturday, October 4. 191S, at
4 o'clock in the afternoon occurred
the marriage of Miss Vera L. Prouty
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M.
Prouty, to Mr. Clyde M. Lancaster.'
The wedding was solemnized in the
University Place M. E. church. Rev.
A. E. Knight, of Alvo, officiating.
Those present at the' wedding
were Mrs. Fred M. Prouty. mother
of the bride; Lee Prouty. and Marie
Prouty, brother and sister of the
bride; Mrs. Clara Prouty and daugh
ter, Margaret; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Strong, sister of the bridegroom;
Miss Clara Dickerson; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Campbell and daughters,
Grace and Fern, of Emerald; Mr.
ind Mrs. A. O. Hurlbut and daugh
ter. Hazel, and Rev. A. E. Knight
A five-course wedding dinner was
given at the Lincoln hotel for the
bride anil groom ly Miss Marie
Prouty and Mr. Boyd Edwards. Cov
ers were laid for thirty. Mr. and
Mrs. Lancaster went to York, where
they visited over Sunday with rela
tives of Mr. Lancaster, returning to
Alvo Monday, where they began
housekeeping on th Coatman farm,
formerly the John Quellhorst home.
Their many friends extend congrat
ulations and best wishes for a happy
and prosperous future.
The Square Deal is Born and Bred
Into Fisk Tires
Back of Fisk Tires there's a concern whose
one ideal is:
"To be the Best Concern in the World to Work for and
the Squcrcst Concern in Existence to do Business with"
It is that backing that spirit of doing the
square thing that puts into Fisk Tires the
extra miles and the complete satisfaction in
L. F. T
Time la Rc-ilref
MET AT THE DONNELLY
HOME TUESDAY P. M.
From Wednesday's DatTy.
St. Mary's Guild held their regu
lar meeting yesterday afternoon and
were entertained in a most charm
ing manner by Mrs. J. II. Donnelly,
at her cozy home on Vine street.
Whenever invited to participate in
the hospitality of the Donnelley
home, the ladies always anticipate
a delightfully afternoon and their
anticipations were fully realized in
the entertainment of yesterday.
The early hours of the afternoon
wer4. devoted to the business session,
at whjeh. time various plans for 1 1 ;
further work of the society wen
made an : considerat.de business mat ters
Following the business session, a
number of the ladies gave some very
interesting talks explaining the
world wide campaign for church,
work being made by the Episcopal
church, which was very instructive
and greatly appreciated by the large
number in attendance.
The fleeting moments were then
spent in plying the busy needle on
dainty articles for the Christmas
bazaar, as they engaged in pleasant
conversation with fm-nds and asso
ciates. At a suitable time, the hos
tess served a lovely afternoon lunch
eon, one which only sh? knows best
how to prepare. About o:S0 the la
dies dispersed, declaring the hostess
to be a splendid entertainer.
THE LEAD IN
SCORE 4 TO 1 WITH SOX ALMOST
SURE TO DEFEAT THE
A good Cass county. Nebraska,
farm of 85 acres, modern house ex
cept light, 3 4x36, nearly new, 6 nice
rooms, bath and pantry; barn 2 Ox
36 and leanto 1G ft. by length of
barn, room for S horses, 15 tons of
hay; good hen house, garage and
tool house and implement shed; 15
acres pasture, close to good market.
Terms on part purchase price. Call
on or address, Chas. E. Martin,
Plattsmouth, Nebr. 2"-Gtd2tv.-
CHANCE TO WIN INCREASING
But They JIast Take the Next Tvro
in Order to Annex Pennant
Not an Impossibility.
vd three runs off the delivery of
raler, while the work of Cicotte wa i
holding the Reds hitless.
The fourth gnve the Sox two ad
ditional runs while the Reds scored
1 in the seventh, making the scor
:;t the time of going to press 4 to 1
in favor of Chicago, with two inninrs
yet to play.
Should Chicago win today, as it
seemr, highly probable they will, it
will be necessary for them also to
win the next and last remaining
two games in order to carry off the
bunting. While highly improbable,
such a thing is not impossible.
Chicago is v:inner of today's ball
game over the Cincinnati Reds by
a score of 4 to 1.
Smarting under the sting of de
feat at the hands of Kerr and the
White Sox crew yesterday. Mana
ger Moran for Cincinnati sent "Slim"
Salee in to throw for the Reds'today,
while opposing him was Cicotte, the
Michigan whirlwind, twice defeated
by the Red batters, but who proved
to be more effective than in any of
the games he has appeared in this
Chicago in tlie third inning scor-
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia" and constipation weakens
the whole system. Doan's Regulets
(30c per box) act mildly on the liver
and bowels. At all drug stores.
I have a customer for a 120-acre
farm. Those having such for sale
tome and tee me at my office, sec
ond door west of the court house.
Chas. E. Martin.
Household goods for sale cheap,
October 2, 4. C, at my residence
on Main street. Mynard. Mrs. Dan
Barn and Stock for Sale
For Sale. Livery barn, stock, auto
and dray line. Call on D. C. Rhoden.
SP1NOGRAPM2C AKD X-RAY DIAGNOSES
Shower on Miss Prouty
Mrs. Hubert Strong was hostess
last Tuesday evening to a party of
ladies of whom Miss Vera Prouty,
now Mrs. Clyde Lancaster, was hon
or guest. A shower of kitchen fur
nishings was the primary feature of
the affair. A large spider-web of
golden yellow occupied a prominent
place between the living room and
dining room. The silken threads of
the web terminated in divers places
throughout the house and the pros
pective bride was requested to un
wind tlie web, which she did, find
ing at the end of each thread a gifr
suitable for the kitchen of her new
home. A "mock wedding" was a
part of the evening's entertainment.
Miss Ruth Rush played the wedding
march. The "minister'.' carried a
large cook book, heading the pro
cession and the bride gorgeously
75 vva I r-,
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Are you on the waiting list? If so this is good news for you. Three
of our best young men's houses have just sent us shipments by xpress
pTtV f tne very newest things in suits waist seam and belt models; some
single ana some aouuic urcancu
with beautiful art silk linings. There
are blues, browns and greens in
these selections and they are cer-
tainly charmers. We expect them
r ta go out the "double quick" as we
jltl have several who have been waiting
for them. Young men s goods were
never so hard to get as now. Drop
4 in and look them over. Prices $25
to $55, and you can t touch them in
the ciiy for lass than $35 to $75.
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