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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1919)
PT.ATTSM OUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Tlflf KSLAY. l.TXEMBKK 18.
We now have a Paint
ing Department and have
an experienced Automo
Let us dress up your
old car with a new coat
of paint and make it look
Better stop in and ar
range for a date as our
paint shop is ahvays i:i
A VERY QUIET WED
Miss Ida Tschirren and Fritz Kehne
United in Bonds cf Wedlock at
High Noon Today.
T.H, Pollock Garage
PHONE NO. 1
-CHICHESTER S PILLS
Iit 1 !l..Mon l If andZV
I'ifin V."(l n-"1n Vs Dally
This noon at the ri'sidonee of Hev.
J. 1 1. StstT. iKiMor of the St. Paul's
K angelical rlmtcli. ofcurreil the
mairiaue of two of the well Known
it1 m:;ii!ar voimu n "nle of the'
coiamiiiii'y. Miss Ma Tscliirron and
l'ritz Kehne. The wrd'liiiK was a
very (jtiief (.r.e. the hriiial couple lie- j
inir atlendeil ly only the brother ami ;
t-i-ter of ti e briile. Hoy and Klla I
Tr-chirren. The tnarriaT-? lines were!
ral lv Kev. Stetrer. the beautiful!
i impr: :-ive riair s-Tvire bi'in: '
u.--el in j'i:iitiu the lives nv. hearts j T!u, .aI1y friends of .Mr. and Mrs.
of these tv. ) esliir.ahle youiiK p.-ople. j Kar Stanfield will be pleased to
The l.n'o wore a very b -au; il'ul cos- j i,.an, ,,f t,. K()IH fortune that has
jtmae of C(.pvnh::i:e:i blue iv.-oivtot t ; Wfalh-n them in the arrival of a
by their relatives and friends, which
was quite largely attended.
Uctli of the contracting; parties are
well known throughout the coinniun
yy where they have made their home
for their lifetime an-; are held in the
highest esteem by a large circle of
friends. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tschirren. and a
younpr lady whose friends are limited
only by her acquaintance. The bride-
trroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kehne and one of the industrious
young farmers of the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Kehne will make their
home on the farm of the bridegroom
west of town where they will he at
home to their friends in the future.
The Journal in common with the
many friends cf the young people
joins in wishing them many years
of happiness and sucee.1.
LAD MEETS WITH
Struck by Heavily Loaded Lcb Sled
Coming Down High School Hill
and Has Nose Fractured.
A PLEASANT OCCASION.
I-IIU in Krtl
lr.ec-f. AxltCilM iri.. Fr'K
ii.-nr i:rji I'll...-, f. - ji
line and carried ; fjne. Ut)v
ri's,'s- , last evening at th
daughter who wa.-
cr bl-i" s i ! Ic riie--.-
I o iMUet c: t.riie s IV.ses. ,!.! vf Minv :it ;i.. Mtlimli.t liosnif.il
Kollowinfr the ("r.-mony the younsr Omaha where Mrs. Stanfield has
f ei pie returned t the beau; ifu! j been f;r tlie past few weeks. Mrs.
j country hoim- of the bride's parents j .tanfidd and little daughter are
j -.vm of the city where a sum pt u-u - i l.,,t h doing nicely and this is espe
j wedding luncheon was served and a j cially pleasing to the family and
i reception tendered to the newlv weds friends.
From Wednesdays Dally.
Last evening about 9 o'clock Sid
ney Davis, the voting son of W. P.
Davis-, residing near the Uaeh store
on Lincoln avenue, met with a very
serious accident while he was en
gaged in coasting on Main street.
Prom the stories told by the lads it
seems that Sidney in company with
Jesse P.lunt and Jesse York, two
neighbor lads, had been sliding down
hill on their hand sleds and were
starting hack tip at the same time
that a heavily loaded bob sled was
coming down the Hipli school hill to
the east. The boys say that they
sidetracked for the oncoming sled
near Main and Sixth streets but that
as it n eared them the steerer of the
born J larger sled seemed to lose control
and it swung from the track onto the
three boys. The sled of Jesse IWiint
was torn to pieces by the encounter
but fortunately both Blunt and York
escaped injury but the full force of
the lob struck you tig Davis and hurl-
rwl li ini diiitA :l il :i fnl wlii.n the
struck the frozen ice and snow of the
roadway he struck on his chin which
was lacerated in a terrible manner,
the flesh being torn loose from either
side of the mouth leaving the skin
of the lower jaw sagging clown and
bleeding profusely, and he also sus
tained a bad fracture of the boms
of the nose as well as being generally
very badly bruised and shaken up,
his arms ami back being very badly
sprained, as the result of the sled
hitting him. The injured lad war
carried into the office of Dr. P. J.
Plynn where Dr. Plynn assisted by
Dr. It. P. We.stover dressed the in
juries of the lad and it required a
large number of stitches to dose the
painful wounds that had been in
flicted. The boy was then taken to
his home on Lincoln avenue where
he is now resting as easily as possi
ble under the circumstances. His
condition is quite serious however
and it will lie hard to determine for
a few days just how serious the in
juries on the body and the internal
effects of the accident mav become.
Members of Order Who Have Occu
pied Positions Past Years Elected
to Serve for Ensuing Year.
Buv your Christmas cards now at
the Journal office. From the post
oard at lc to the finest booklet at
Christmas is almost here. Have
you visited the Journal office in
making your selections? If not you
S3 missing a fine display.
h'rnm Wednesday's Dallv
The members of the Modern Wood
men of America of Cass Camp No.
332 have chosen for their officers for
the ensuing year the officers who
have guided the destinies of the or
der daring the years just closed and
whose able service caused their as
sociates to once more ask them to
serve the best interests of the lodge
as they have done in the jjast. The
officers elected were:
Venerable Consul J. K. Ledge way.
Worthy Advisor Prank Sebatkn.
Banker - William Hassler.
Clerk Henry P. (Joos.
Watchman II. M. Wilcox.
Sentry -J. P. Hallstrom.
Manager George Luschinsky.
The newly elected officers will he
installed at the meeting in January
of the camp.
XfvlAS CARDS ARE NOW HMD
Now is the time to mak your -.;-lection
of Christmas cards a:ul th
Journal office is the place to fuul
them. We have hundreds of designs
for you to choose from cards for
every member of the family and lor
every dear friend that you wish to
remember in this manner. Scatwv
sunshine with the Christmas card.
Remember the early buyer gets th-:
best choice and while o.ir line i;
very large this season, no doubt manv
of the best numbers v il I be sold out
early, so make it a point to call p.;;-.!
see them today.
'THE GIFT OF GIFTS'
Silken hosiery in such qual
ities as found here is a most
suitable gift and certain to
Burlington New Fashion sd
" Silk Hoce
$1.50 to $4.C0
Pure dye silk hose. Semi
fashioned throughout. Double
toes and soles; high spliced
Miss Liberty Silk Hose
Pure thread silk, double
sole, heels and toes.
for.Boys and Girls
A full line of all weights
MADEIRA and FILET LACE
Also Lunch Cloths and
Luncheon Sets in Madeira and
plain linen. Prices cn these
linen items are unusually low,
and above ail rifts, those
of linen are the most accep
table. LADIES BLOUSES
Georgette Crepe and
Crepe de Chine
Beautifully hand embroid
ered in yarn and beads. For
"Her" it is the best gift you
could possibly choose.
J2cis 5 fioviip S-uaqostions
GIVING THE RIGHT THING IS NOT THE DIFFICULT MAT
TER YOU IMAGINE WHEN YOU CONCENTRATE ALL YOUR PUR
CHASES TO USEFUL GIFTS, AND THIS SEASON SHOULD BE ES
PECIALLY A TIME CF GOOD OLD FASHIONED GIVING OF THE
Ladies colored and white em
broidered kerchiefs in prices
10c to 75c
Boxed kerchiefs for children
20c and 25c
GIVE USEFUL PRESENTS
U v X
GIVE USEFUL PRESENTS
of Silkaline and Silken
Fabrics in such dain
ty colors, yet, withal
$5.00 to $15.00
bined with coio;s in a
moot fascinating way.
$4.00 to $10.00
CIVE USEFUL PRESENTS
GIVE USEFUL PRESENTS
What more ideal gift is there for Mother or Friend Wife than one of these
pretty Comforters, Blankets or Bed Spreads? You know she could use it!
Blanket time is here and if you know giving a blanket fills a long felt
want what belter gift could you choose? $4.00, $7.00, $12.00 and $15.00
Beautiful Plaid Effects in This Range of Prices
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Wears like iron, and
makes your Christmas
gift the "gift supreme,"
because it will always be
Here you'll find beau
tiful designs in both floor
covering and rugs.
Hand embroidered Crepe de
Chir.e and Satin also Japa
nese silk kimonas and beauti
ful oriental designs
$10.00 to $35.00
Satins, Taffetas, Jerseys
in all the beautiful new
shades and in such pretty em
$5.00 to $15.00
Beautiful yarn embroidered
"Teddies" others lace trim
med in finest quality Crepe
de Chine and Satin.
are also here in profusion;
and you will enjoy making a
selection from these beauti
fully made garments.
and for little tots, in well
assorted patterns. All made
of the best quality Beacon
Men's boxed handkerchiefs
3 for $1.00
Men's Japanette initial hand
kerchiefs, each 15c
Men's fancy bordered hand
kerchiefs, 3 for $1.00
dies linen kerchiefs, embroidered, 3 for$1.00
Ken's plain linen handkerchiefs, each 50c
Ladies plain linen kerchiefs, each25 and 30c
Ladies initial linen kerchiefs. 3 for $1.00
Lsdhs boxed handkerchiefs 35c to $1.50
Orville Kintz and wife departed
this morn i 111? for Omaha where they
will spend the day In that city with
.Mrs. John Kaffenherirer. mother of
Mrs. Kintz. and who is to he oper
ated on today at the Immaniiel hospital.
CASTOR I A
or Irian's and Children
Vn Uso for Over 30 Year
DR. H. C. LEOPOLD
yrlal Attrntlon to Illarmri of Wumea
ACI.'TK niSKASKS TliRATHI)
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Houri
and Sundays by Appointment
:30 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 p. m. to B:J0
i P b mm
Don't S2iss Our
Come and see how satisfactory Christmas shopping can be made
how well we can fill your wants.
Bracelet Watches, Pearl Beads, Diamond Rings,
Gents Watches, Belts, Rings,
Silverware, Cut Glass, Ivory, Clocks, Etc.
J. W. CRABILL
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For the benefit of the Automobile Travelling Public
who are continually calling us to inquire "How are the
Auto Roads to Omaha?'
We will state that very few people who drive automc- S
biles realize the fact that a snow road well broken and
packed is better than the average summer roads, which
are usually either too dusty or too muddy for comfortable
For the past few weeks our snow roads have been
splendid and until Monday night of this week there has
been a large amount of automobile travel thru Plattsmouth.
Since the snow fall of Monday the roads have been
opened up again and travel has again been resumed be
tween Plattsmouth and Omaha and surrounding towns.
Another day or so will make the roads ideal for au
Get out your Sedan, Coupe or your Touring car with Ej
its side curtains up and convince yourselves that automo K
and highly enjoyable.
We will try and keep the Public informed on the
SOEIM MICH SEIM
PHONES 53 and 54
PHONES 53 and 54
T. H. Poliock E
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