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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1919)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOITEUIAX
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1919.
Hosts of Gifts that Interpret the Real
Meaning of Christmas!
The one dominating thought in every person's mind at this time is Christmas shopping, and judging
by the enthusiastic manner in which many are engaging in gift shopping, this is going to be a good old fash
ioned Christmas. What a wonderful thing is this unselfish Christmas spirit with its sole purpose of making
others happy! There is no more beautiful thought in the world.
This store has naturally caught the enthusiasm of "Santa Claus time." Large, varied assortments of
practical, sensible gifts are here for every member of tSe family, and there are scores of suggestions for suit
E3id-lf inter Clearance of Women's
Presenting the most wonderful values ever offered under present day conditions. We are indeed ex
ceedingly fortunate in being able to offer for your selection these beautiful -garments at such remarkably low
prices prices that are way below present manufacturing costs.
We have today received word to return every unsold garment by December 1 5th so as a special
Christmas pi it offer to our friends, we desire to give you the benefit of lowered prices rather than return these
garments. Space does not permit us to quote individual prices but we cannot urge you too strongly to supply
your present or future needs when an opportunity such as this presents itself. We have gone over every suit
and coat and remarked them on such a low basis that if price is any factor at all, these garment will be quickly
Saturday, December 13th, is positively your last opportunity to buy such high grade wearing apparel
at thece low prices when the remainder of the stock will be returned, as we are too limited for room to carry
tr.b line during the holiday rush.
You will make no
mistake in selecting
neckwear as a gift.
We have a wonder
ful collection of neck
wear; beautiful crea
tions of fine lace and
net, fine Georgette and
other dainty materials
that any woman would
delighted to have. There are collars collar and
ets and vestees in many pretty styles, including
the popular Bertha Lace Collars of fine net laces.
never yet failed of
It is the gift supreme.
hose, found only
here, are the best hosi
ery value you ever se
cured. These we have
in all colors, both lisle
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!v.k- ri BURLINGTON
your attention to one fashioned Hosiery
number, a pure thread silk, lisle top hose at. . .$1.50
For the Kildi. we especially recommend CADKT ho.se.
They wear like iror;. Just say "I'ADKT."
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Contentment in tho knowledge of
a duty well done, or headaches, de
lays and dissatisfaction with your
gift selections, which do you pre
fer? The latter lot represents but
a few of the vexations which at
tend last minute, frantic shopping.
The former is the lot of those who
shop at an early date.
as a gift are these beautiful silk chemise and nainsook un
dermuslins. Artistically combined colors and high grade
workmanship combined with the newest ideas, make this
display noteworthy, not only from the quality standpoint,
but price as well. Nowhere else will you find such wonder
Indeed, as a Christmas remembrance is a comforter, if it
is as warm and lovely to look upon as these offerings. You
may choose an all silkoline comforter, plain center and. flow
ered border or vice versa. We have a wonderfully wide
variety of selections and the prices range from $3.50 up to
Call Phones 53 and 54.
Dy-pepsia is America's rurs". To J given the members of the family a
re-tor" digestion, normal weight. vrtat deal of anxiety. It is thought
good health and purify the blood, use ! that it will be necessary to have Mrs.
Hurdock Klood Hitters. .Sold at all
drugstores. Price. $ 1.23.
C-ole taken to the hospital at Omaha
to undergo an operation.
SUFFERING FR0H APPENDICITIS. Hilious? Feel heavy after dinner?
j Hitter taste? Complexion sallow?
Mrs. Roy Cole of near Mynai'i is ! Liver perhaps needs waking up.
reported as suffering from an attack
of appendicit is and her condition has
1).). m's Regulets for bilious attacks.
?,('. at all stores.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Now is the Time to Have Your Car Overhauled
We have the shop equipment to take care of any
kind of auto repairs. We have competent mechanics
and guarantee our work.
WE NOW HAVE ALL
Ford Models in Stock
and can mke immediate deliveries.
T- M. PnllOCk Garage-
Ed Telephone No. 1 -:- -:- Plattsmouth, Neb.
DISTRICT COURT MEETS.
This morning the Jury in the dis
trict court reported for duty and the
case of Rosenbaum versus Bish, in
volving the suit to recover cornmis
sion in the sum of $510. alleged to
be due plaintiff from defendant for
the sale of a bank at Orchard. Color
ado. The morning was taken up in
selecting the jury to try the case.
A NEW GRANDSON
From Tuesday's Dally.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darthold. of
this city are rejoicing over the ad
vent of a new grandson who arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Halter, at Lincoln, on Thanksgiving
day. The mother and little son are
both doing nicely . The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Halter in this city
will be pleased to learn of the n e w
happiness that has befallen them.
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TIih State of Nebraska, Cass coun
In the County Court.
In the matter of tlio estate of Wil
li;! rn Taylor, deceased.
On reading anl tiling the petition of
O. :. Taylor Maying that administra
tion of said estate may be Kianted to
Mary J. Taylor, as administratrix;
Ordered, That December 27tli, A. I).
1919. at 10 o'clock a. m.. Is assigned
for hearing said petition when all per
sons iutereted in said matter may ap
pear at a County Court to be held in
and for said county, ami show cause
why the prayer of t he petitioner
j-houM not be Kianted; and that no
tice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be Klven to
all persons interested in said matter
by publishing a copy of this order in
tne I 'lai tsmiMit li Journal, a semi-weekly
newspaper printed in said county.
tir three successive
said day of hearing.
lat-ii I tr-cHin her 1st
weeks prior In
NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
The N'oyes farm, which is located
one mile east and one mile south of
Louisville, is offered for sale in order
to settle the etsate. The farm con
tains 320 acres, has modern improve
ments an 8-room house with light,
heat and bath, new basement; barn
, 36x")0 feet. A i-room house for ten
CHARLES K. NOYES,
Three threshing machine belts, be
tween the Elmer Johnson farm and
Cedar Creek. Finder please leave at
blacksmith shop at Cedar Creek and
receive reward of $5. Henry Thier
olf. 2t k
GIVES THANKSGIVING DINNER.
At the beautiful country home of
Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd was a
very pleasant gathering Thanksgiv
ing day when Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd en
tertained a few of their relatives to
a most sumptuous dinner. The day
was spent in social intercourse and
music was furnished by the new Edi
son which all enjoyed very much.
At the noon hour a very delicious
dinner was served which only Mrs.
Lloyd knows how to prepare and was
enjoyed by all to the very utmost.
Those who were to enjoy this
pleasant occasion were Mrs. I. J. Ho
men and two daughters Hazel and
Nellie Cotner of Omaha; Mrs. Cora
Maple and two children Ida and
Archie of Halvey. Nebraska; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Cede and son Theron of this
city; Lester Chriswisser of Bennett,
''ilmdo; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dill
ind daughter Thelmn; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward F. Mailer. Anderson Lloyd
and Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd.
Read the Daily journal.
PUBLIG SALE !
The undersigned will offer for sale
at public auction on the Fettis farm,
known as the Amos Keiser farm
mile south and 1 miles west of
Wednesday, December 10.
Horses and Mules.
One team of black mares, weight
2,400; 1 gray mare, weight 1.100; 1
team colts, coming 3-years old; 1
mule team, 4 years old.
12 Head of Cattle.
Seven head of milk cows; 4 heifers
coming fresh: 1 Holstein heifer calf.
Most of these cows are high grade
Thirty head of Duroc Jersey
shoats. weight from T.O to 12.r lbs.
Farm Implements. Etc.
MeCormick binder, Deering mow
er. McCormick hay rake, manure
spreader, good as new, John Deere
riding cultivator. Case disc cultivator,
Case 2-row machine, Tri Belle lister,
3-section harrow, good farm wagon,
16-in. walking plow, iron truck wag
on with hay rack, Emerson gang disc
in good order, carriage, Cushman 4
hp. gas engine in good working or
der. DeLaval cream separator in good
order, power washer practically new.
Old Safety 150-egg incubator In good
order, cider press. 15 tons alfalfa
hay. household goods and other arti
cles. Terms S months at 8 per cent.
Under $10 cash.
Sale begins at 1 o'clock sharp.
Farm Land at Auction.
Farm consists of IS 6. 3 acres,
known as the Keiser farm. Vi mIe
Fouth and 1 miles west of Louis
ville. Nebraska, described as south '2
of se. 4 and lots fi. 7. 9. 10 and 11.
all in Section 20-12-11. Cass county.
Nebraska. About 86 acres in culti
vation, of which 20 acres are in al
falfa, 100 acres in pasture, running
water and shade, fenced and cross
fenced; good S-room house with cel
lar, large modern barn, corn crib,
granary, chicken house, cattle shed,
well with gasoline engine. Property
sold subject t.o lease to .March 1,
1921. Excellent stock and dairy
farm, only 30 miles from Omaha,
near three railroads.
Also SO acres v2 mile from the
1S6 acres, described as w. J.i of sw.
U section 2S-12-11, Cass county; all
except about three acres in cultiva
tion, no improvements; lays well,
splendid soil; leased to same man as
the lStl acres.
Terms of Sale Ten per cent cash,
25 per cent on March 1, 1920. bal
ance 5 or 10 years at 52 per cent
interest, optional payments. Ab
stract furnished showing good title.
ISABKL l'ETTIS, Owner of Land.
ISABEL PETTIS & ARTHUR JONES.
Owners of Personal Property.
W. R. Young, Auctioneer.
Ralph Larson, Clerk.
FOR YOUR FLASH LIGHT!
IMe UR-OIVN Batteries!
ARE ALWAYS FRESH!
Brighter Light! Longer Life!
WE WILL SHOW YOU!
All Auto Accessories
WM. ROGERS SILVERWARE FREE
with purchases of accessories.
WE DO AUTO PAINTING
T. H- Pollock Garage,
Phone No. 1 Plattsmouth, Neb.
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