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MOKL'Ai. ULCLSIEEIl 22. 19U.
rLATTSM 0 UTII SEMI-WEEEL? JOTTEKAL
OVER THE COUNT?
Las scld out cn the farm and will
move to Riverdale.
Dr. W. II. Tuck has boon a liisy
: man tin- last few days as there is
. coi:s!crahle trouble amoiifr the cat-
E I !1 V O O D r v'i'n T'!e "-called corn stalk dis-
4- Leader-Echo which is boinp prevented by
. V the use of vaccination since the real
cause has been determined.
j The ice harvest at Jackson lake i
On last Friday cvtr.ii.i.. Mi nisi- . "oins on this week and a fine crop
Kuii2. while playii.ii ba ! i ' h.::ll at ; ' "f fot-t hirk ice is beinp: housed,
practice .came at th- op-ra hojse I'"t years crop did not quite lft st
and broke o:u- ,,f her wrist.. t r.-! KV- lu'w ico was niacle and a
cut tlie injury is uuii.t; nicely i:: ,l--r
li.e'ii'.-a! ;.r .
Mr. ami Mi. Fr;.:... Si: tin K. :': o:i
Tti'-siiay fur 'a!: I'm t.ia. vht re Jh. y
V'i'i speio.i the v.;:;:. r. Trank
hl'iikerini; ! r ( ari.TTiia s.u.! v-.- j
w 'Tt- t.'ii i-;r; !;: : v. hen we 1:
Timi h" a?..' !:i.- ':l- !:"! :);:
are ::! sorry th :r. v. v. re
i;ai.eiai!y a Pie :; n:a ,y trip iiir- i
r-t i Ves.
Mi Tu'-Mlay v t-ui. vit: i.ix.fi, r
w.;s as;-a-t i in ;:;r"sTi:iu th' city
ice iti :''!! a. a: :.-r tt..k a s.ip
oown tin- bank ..i:l in so fL.n.a l...
, , . , '..I
: unexpef. te.. u'.; it" i i:e i r--. ... t;. j
o: course b.-took l::r;sv';i' t a frk-noH i
stt-.e m. in- m ") hi. v.- ruM'ert
any lr. i:i hi.- ?:;. ri"i:ce.
fiinetreiy, the truth oi doctrine of simply ask for a kidney remedy get
'.the Communion of tlie Saints:
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Smith had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, X. Y.
RECEIVES ORBEP. TO
Plattsmoutli Backs Eelief
Proved by Lapse of
DEPORT 30 MORE REDS .
sterted that ZVI. ZUillerani will, in
addition to being premier, hold the
portfolio of minister of foreipn af
fairs. Stephen Pichon, at present
foreign minister, is considering re
tiring from the cabinet because of
his health, it is said.
car load of artificial ice was shipped
in. Tiiis was not all ust-d however
and what was left in the house had
to be discarded to make room for the
It" the Jamesons had sold all the
ice they had a chance to sell, of
y . j I 1 1 .Sf l I i e MIU1U 11,1 . 1 J u a l I'ui
i wo'ks before they d;d hut they re
fused t: let outsiders have very much
i of it ever thouuh they could have
gotten fancy p-ices for it ht cause
thy f.i'.t a:i obligation rostintr uior.
tlvm to keep Wet pir.c Water sup
plied. (i: ?unil ly. December 14. a happy
.urprie carried out at the C.
', i II. ":n:.is ho?:.. (,r. ih. south side.
occasion being Mr. Dennis' r.Tth
I'.ackache is a heavy burden; -Nervousness,
Rheumatic pains; urinary ills;
All wear one out.
Often effects of kiiinev w.akne-s
No use to cure tlie symptoms.
Relief is but temporary if the cause
New York. Dec. .. -Report ers j CONGRESSMEN ASK WILSON
j were barred from Ellis island today. TO LIFT PROHIBITION BAN
i While parses on tlie ferry boat have j
j t;i en granted hither; without ques- j Washington. Dec. 19. Represe
; t i. n. Byron H. Phi. acting conimis- ; sentati ve Richard Olney of Massachu-
! ill, o't'ichiis ii-HK. f setts calieu at tne unite House to
If it's the kidnevs. care the c,
Pills are for
Read about your ntinhbor's case.
Mere's Plattsmoutli testimor.y.
Tin- kind ttiat can be investigated.
-Mrs. D. B. Smith. F.rst s're.t.
Plattsmoutli. says: "1 had an aw
ful bad attack of backache and for
Several weeks was hardly al-ie toi
get around. I Lad never had ar.v- 1 fiOl'FTJT.J.TR flT AT.SAPF
caust1 me so i:,uch miserv.
officials were so
busy today that the usual privilege
ci old not be accorded. He said he
had received front Washington orders
I to deport :: anarchists, but the
t'.se. ' method and the time had not yet
kid- bci n speci f ied.
Phi added that lo- did not know
wlie'io-r tlie ileportar ions would take
place today. A tralnioad of anar
chists leaviau Pittsburgh tonight, he
said, would be housed in a lare de
ter, t ion room with Perl: man and
m-st of the other red.-.
urge President Wilson to proclaim
demobilization immediately with a
view to lifting the war time prohibi
Farmer Senator James Hamilton
Pewis of Illinois, v ho was a White
House caller today, said lie intended
placing a similar proposition before
the president in a written memoran
dum. Mr. Lewis said that he thought
the question of what is an intoxicant
shrould be left to the individual
states to determine.
to Eward Martin, medical examiner
for Kings county, who investigated
The bodies were discovered by
Mrs. Rynild Berdoun. who went to
visit her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Olga
Berdoun. She found Mrs-. Berdoun.
her two-day-old baby, her daughter,
aged 4 years, and a nurse. Mrs. Alice
Sheridan, lying on a bed. Physicians
said they had been dead .several
The Brockerdown bungalow is on
what is known as "Millionaires'
CHOICE LINE OF BOOKS
FOR THE YOUNG AND OLD
The Journal oSce has aSfled a
very choice line of books to the sta
tionery and office supply department,
v.here you will find many of the pop
ular copyrights, late books in fiction,
boy scouts, campfire girls, and many
numbers such as "Peter Rabbit."
"Eilly Whiskers." and a good linen
line for the children.
EIRTEE'AY AND XMAS CARDS
STOWAWAYS DIE WHEN
SHIP TURNS TURTLE
On Monday ::uin;i;
l.evander who L; 1 !
I b;rt l.diiy. He never even surmised
"' in thing urusua! until his eldest
II U a.. 11 . T Til. ,.1Tw If,
I ..dl. I.it l. .UI s. I.eit I Jii:i.l aih-
t:o- home o! pa?,::'-. ..Ir ' j i: ?rijv.d ;U;d they helped put sev-
Mr-. ar.i.z and ot!.-r r,:'' 1 ' ' ' ; ' or:i; , xtra boards in the dining table
J " 11 r 1 - ' ' " ' ;.0 accommodate the guests. Tfrn
ticcotr.panied by Alb-, rt Knn:: ! ,.v,, two vounsest daughters.
.Mrs. M rt on Scott and daughter C.en
r.i and Mrs. Lewis Staton arrived
with their husbands he knew tin
Miss r K-:r.;' v a .
f V' r. i v. ,.. s i - . : t !: .
:. s ;ci. for : :a
i pat ty va: (..tiiplete insotnuch as they
Mr--. H j were the only immediate relatives
:;! h::ny Iiing this close.
r- ' ! t v. o . j This family cat luring of 1- sat
-' ' ; ' -- 'hev . ej, Pi- (jc.xvn to a mighty fine three course
' a--"re. a:.-.! on th- ir j dinner with granddaughter Gladys
:-rsar v r- ai-o.- to nj- y . i: ;;.,. w aiting on the merry guests.
' '' ' : L.ct '.! :.' Mr. I (Jrandfatlier Dennis ate dinner with
v::- .-"ta-v :.a- umier tl,t. 3- u!iti viiunc-st grandchild C.en-
t:e Scott i. n his knee.
Of course it wouldn't b" a real
;- ; '" - , birthday vithou: a birthday cake.
' and Mr. Dennis had no complaint to
.- may a.-- j i;j;;l;e ;is to the size of this one which
-t ;i ".I ;.' a till- great; v.;is -i eb.ckrb:.r! calc itf idf.k.
brown and white and the top decor
ated with white flowers made of ic-
j i;.c and dotted with ittle red can
I Idles. It took the help of all the
V; cuicv-t present to helji grandpa
; blow out al! the candles.
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v , i : : r- a-e .f ba.d- I
La:-' Thur-.'.:.y ..::'-r m t-
i; . a : ' a a' v a tail i"d
,.f t'i't: is v. !''!. v (: !! nti- :i. Fitoi:
-i:'d;e. Art l.rr Adaias. K.: Para:.
Wa'.t M"r-.:.:.d ."n't i-nii i.ther
-,r: r- . ve tariif-r: dne tl:r".-:::i
t.,Wi, vi h a s?r: tit: of half a doyn
, r nr." eati: !.: :.ei hi a monster
- ...,w iow. v i-h w hich they had
.a eiej.ria ti.' road.- f..r t ie sclo .d
idaidren. Tii--ir pat ri-"" ic work came
;. !i:tMi:'. !. ..never, i'or that night
the nah y w i'.-l ! died in th.e snow
dr" - w or.-- td. i. t"-i'ore. Not to be I
haf' i-'d. i.-. . -, . r. re;i. at"d thej
J rt.-rinkin .' '.i,!.' ..-'ss i . -
oil- wit !i a !i v p'.ow attached to
! is :r;. (" -.
5 WEEPING WATER
i- Rejiubiican ;
........ ,,.u4,,,ii1iiin,"1ir''l"t tt -
Mr. ani Mrr-. Roy lu-nnis of fear
en.;.;..!" arrived Wednesday even
it::, tor an over the holba.y visit with
.Mr. I)' mis' parents. .Mr. and Mrs. (L
I!. ?).t.ni- and other relatives. Koy
CHSCHESTER S PILLS
( i' C- . l.,J'L-..T I Hmmmi; Kid A 4
Ar,A !.. n iOd mj .o.J iwa.gcW
ifc, S-- r.,.r ro la t. I.tiv or mnr
I i Ji i-i.-.....M M I'll.l.-.. I .r xz
.i.i at- -p.'Mi n: ti.ew . i,;,.'r.,a
i. :a LouisvMe wdih Mi- ir
:.!..-lor. p. Petersen and ilo:r
::!. .V.rr. : 'h:uu" iv.: r and .: her
t : i -. ,-s.
'd:.- -e- P.arl iHis.i . . P.eatric ' y-I.-.
. : and Anna litdo- r of ..j-.-ah-i
'. ' e over Sunday isi i r. a" ' i.e
(. ;'. lir; v.'Ii 'Hitlie. lose ynittC
laii'e-. hold stenograpiiic position.; ,-i
!.u and Fttend.'d the bt-.m. -s
. a' tin- same nine Mrs. iJi'ov.
a vtud'-nt th' and since '.: - r
lev :r tt:a rriasi- th.- is her iriends
f: , visit with her.
Miss Anna Kraeaer of KIk I'oint.
S. ! . and Miss .Mir tiie Kra- ger of
port I 'n.'ik. who wen- called here last
week by the death of their father.
Ad. io Kra'-ger. will remain at home
with th'dr mother for a visit until
aider ( nristmas before returning to
their respective places of duty.
We are sorry to report the illness
of Mrs. W. P. Cess at her home in
the north part of town. She has
been in failing health for some time
and she also suffers from a mental
aberration so that she cannot be left
alone. Mrs. K. X. Penedict is caring
for her at present. She is bedfast
only a part of the time arid one of
her delusions is that she is away
from her home and she constantly
beas to be taken there. Mr.s. Cess
is one of thi' pioneer citizens of
Louisville and has many friends
who will regret to learn of her
KAY BECOME PREMIER
got down I would h
someone help me on mv fee;, mv
hack was so weak and sore. I tried
different medicines, bat got no relief
until I r.std Doan's Kidney Pills.
They made a permanent cure."
Price line, at a.Ii dealer.-. D,.n't
Paris. Dec. l Alexandre Miller
and. former minister of war and at
j res eat governor vT .Msa.ce. will, ac
ci rding to reports, succeed Georges
(' '' ini nceau as premier of Prance,
suys the Echo de Paris. It is as-
Xorfolk. Va.. Dec. 19. Pive mem
bers of the crew and If. stowaways
were believed to have been lost when
the Cuban schooner Sunbeam turned
turtle IT,", miles off the Virginia
capes, ("apt. River n and two mem
bers of the crew were brought to
Xorfolk on the coast guard cutter
POISON TRAGEDY ON
New York. Dec. Hi. Monoxide
gas poisoning caused tht' death of
four persons whose Itodies were
found at the home of Regner Ber
doun at Sheepshead Bay, according
BAKERS SCRAP MAKES
MR. H. C. L. LOOK EIUE
Modesto. Cab. Dec. lit. As the re
sult of a price-cutting war between
Modesto bakers, one dealer sold L'4
ounce loaves of bread for 10 cents.
Bread sold at la cents before price
cutting began Saturday.
The Journal ofiice this season has
one of the best and handsomest lines
of birthday and Christmas cards ever
shown in the it y jnoi winch are of
fered at an array of prices that will
suit any purchaser. The cards are
artistic i:i ib-sin ami a wide latitude
of beautiful sentiments are shown in
the stock. A dainty remembrance
to the ones far away may be secured
Ten shoats, ages from eight to 1 "
weeks. Will trade for corn. Call
M. P. Allen, telephone 24S-J.
If it's in the card line, call at
the Journal cSce.
w-a-Ayr.- -V- Sit-,
s i-J?'S??:.'v". : ..
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At this Season of the Year Everyone is
Interested in Christmas Offerings!
4 ,' f
We are showing all
the latest styles in col
lars and vestee?. made
of sheer organdie and
of lace and net ruffles.
Vasr BIl H A
The most complete line we have ver shown. Through
anticipation months ago every piece of Fur was purchased be
fore the advance; so the prices we make you are most reasonable.
Fur Capes, Scarfs and Muffs in Hudson Seal, grey
and brown Wolf French and China' Lynx, Taupe,
Coney, Marmot and other Furs.
Also a Nice Line of Children's Furs
.$9.50 to $75.00
$5.00 to $35.00
THE ANN! '"L
SUSPICION EUNS HIGH
AI-IOKG CHUECH MEIrlEEES
OR, H. C. LEOPOLD
5rrlBl Atteatloo to L:raac oi V.inc
ACUTK DISEASES TREATED
Uyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
Kighi Calls Answered After Ecun
and Sundays by Appointment
S:30 a- m to 12:00 1::,0 p. m. to 5:C
r,.te- Plattszaoutiu Neb
Xew York. Iec. I. The Luther
an con.nii.s.-ion wliich recently re
tu:iieu from a six-months' tour of
France. Germany. I'oland. Austria.
other c liters of Lut h'-ratiisin in
Fiiroj.e. iejorte'l at u Ciiniereiice that
international ill tVelinu' and .suspic
ion still run .so hiuh. even amonp
memhers of the same church denom
inations, that restoration of the unity
of the church will he a delicate and
"The thinkintr of an European
'hr;.-tian." said li.v. Dr. .7. A. More
head, president of Koanoke college.
Virginia, and chairman of. the Euro
pean commission, "is conditioned hy
his nationality in a quite remarkahle
way. When sclf-re.spectin Christian
men. vho liave heen loyal to their
respective foinitries, meet ip:Hin
there is a prohleni to he solved if
they are to realize again, frankly and
Might we not suggest a very practical gifr in the way of Hosiery?
Fvcrybody knows the good qualities of Gordon hose. Our line is
a!wa3's large and complete. Black and colored silk hosiery, 85c to $6.00
per pair. Silk lisle in brown, grey and cordovan at 60 and 75c per pair.
-a nice assortment in plain and fancies. Changeable taffetas, satins
and silk jerseys.
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR INFANTS' WEAR
Bootees Hoods Bibs Silk Comforters
Like fc-very thing Else in Our Store, They're Priced Right
A very pretty and appreciated gift would be a Japanese table
cover, which we show in blue and white, color guaranteed, sizes 48,
60 and 72 inch, with napkins to match. $2.50 to $4.50 for the covers
and napkins at 85c set. A nice assortment of filet scarfs and center
pieces at $1.50 to $4.00 each.
A most wonderful show
ing of the Snow Flake linen
and the Sunbeam Special
bleach ready for use. In ma
deira, in ali white and colored
SHc to $1.00
e d Chines at. 20
Crepe d Chines at. 20 to 35c (
Children's Har dkerchiefs
in boxes at 10 and 15c
efdiiig's Guaranteed Dress Satins
Belding's silk fabrics are not stylish for a season only. They are master
pieces of manufacture, superior in material and weave.
36-inch all silk satin, per yard. . .$2.50 36-inch satin Nancette, per yd. .$3.50
36-inch charmeuse at per yard. . 3.00 40-inch satin circe, per yard. . . 3.85
36-inch satin Francais. per vard. 4.50 36-inch Tersette at per yard. . . . 6.00
(The satin that never wears rough).
put up in Christmas boxes,
all colors, priced at
A nice variety in panne
velvet, taupe brown, navy
and black, each
$3.50 to $10.00
Strap Purses at
$1.25 to $5.00
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