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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSEAY. DECEMBER 25. 101
"THERE IS A BEST IN EVERYTHING"
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! PLATTSMOUTH PLANT
HANDLES A B!6 LOAD
OMAHA DE-LUXE HYDRAULIC PRESSED
CONE BAKING MACHINE
The Only Perfect Cone Baking Machine in Existence
The l..st word in Pa-try ilaking Machines- -Xu Waste. No Trimming.
M ii,.r.-. No Plow ;T. No Revolving Klenents. No Waste lit at. No Over
he. i i linnuTs Hakes 1mi Coiws at a Time in Space 1'4 Inches Sijuan. loo
Per Cent Product inn Hakes Inside and Out With Special Fittings will
P.nl.e Wafers. Pattie Cups. Cookies. Ktc. -Weighs L'.SOO Pounds All .Mollis
Fill-i! Simultaneously Operatic on City Water Pressure or Compress. -d
Air !'nr.; ;i ;.y Nam-' 0:1 the Lone -Complete Instructions for Installing.
(ijnr..iii;;; ;:nl Crinulas Full Information and Prices on Keenest.
COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON
L.C. SHARP MANUFACTURING CO
Local Power House cf Nebraska Gas
& Electric Co. Carries Load for
Eight Towns in Emergency.
From Tuesdays Pallv.
The wisdom of the equipping of
the power house of the Nehraska
Gas & Fleet rie company in this city
to care Tor a part of the service of
the company was borne out yester
day when a breakdown in the main
plant at Omaha made it neces
sary for the Plattsuiout h plant to
carry the load for five towns for the
ureal er part of the day. The trans
mission lines east of the Missouri
river including Glenwood and a num
ber of the other Iowa town; could
not be hnndjjikl from Omaha and the
matter was put up to the Plattsmouth
plant to carry the load and fur al
most the entire day the small plant
here served the patrons of the com
pany with light and power. The
local plant has the Murray and I'n-ion-line;
as well as the Plattsmouth
.service to handle every day and in
addition to these was hooked onto
the Iowa lines and with tins heavy
load was able to keep the service uj
which is a very plousinu showin?
f.r the local plant here.
AMENDMENTS HIT JUDGES
Not because it 15 a prevailing custom,
but with a desire to thank our many
v iends who have contributed so liber
ally lo our success, and who have made
lue better Sy their friendship, we takes
this means of publicly expressing our ap
rraciticn and wishing you all a Merry
Christmas and a. Happy Nsw Year.
Th?t this Christmas tide may bring
yen joy, lasting and true, and that the
New Year may add enduring prosperity
to you and yours, is our best wish today.
our friendship and patronage have
helped to make our business successful,
and we bespeak a further continuance cf
your good will rxnd friendship, with the
assurance on our part that we will do
our utmost to serve you.
We extend to you our heartfelt wishes
for a Merry Christmas and a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
I'nder the iirovisions of proposed
const it ut ioiial amendments Nos. si
and by Nye of P.uffalu a'id Oh
son of Cumiiiu. providing for tl.
l it ct 1011 ol judges ot the suprenit
court by districts, it is allegei
.Indues Kose. I.etton and Aldrieh
Would not lie eligible lor re-election
ill because tJie pi'oposals pro
vide for elections of indues in dis
tricts 1. .; ami anil 1. 4 and t m
that year. The terms of t hose judu
d(i not expire in I'.rj and if thev
wouhl lie eli.uiole tor re-election
then they would ee oliliued to re
sis'.n. There ;rre no judecs (in tlu
supieiio' bench ulii reside in th
Second or Third onuressiotial di--
(nets. The 'onus of Judues Cornish.
Seduw lei: and Dean expire ri 1DJ2.
.Indue Dean lives in the . :th district.
or retains ms ieu.:i .esidence there.
.ludi-cs Kose. Aldri -li and I.etton
maintain leual r.idenc" in Lincoln
and 111 the first district. Judues Cor
nish and Seduwiek are said to hnvt'
told friends they did not intend to
be candidates for re-election. The
provisions of tfie prosposed amend
ments to the constitution offered by
Nye and Oleson have not yet been
diuested by 1 be committee on Ju
s T a!!y.
Frr.ni T'i v.la v
Mrs. C. A. Rawls. who has been
li'Kinu ire;!imta! at oniaiia tor a
snort time, has returned to I:or home
in tins city and tel:nu much im
proved in healthy This is nleasinu
to the many friend of Mr.;. Ilawls
throuuhou? the county and they arc
trustmu that she tnav continue to
uain in health until restored to her
former ueod health.
WILL LEAVE SOON
From Tuesday's Dally.
Tiie two enforced uuests of Sheriff
C. D. Quinton. Pabalo Mendoa and
Jose Orctua. are .-oun leave the kind
ly shelter of our count v bastile and
return to the land of lizards and rev
olutions. Tile sheriff has received
the blanks from the inimiuration au
thorities for the examination of the
two men and next week the repre
sentative of the inimiuration depart
int nt will be here to give the men a
physical examination prior to their
lonu journey southward. The men
will be taken to the border and ex
te.nbd an invitation to keep walking
o.i Ho Mexic. t'lvii native lar-(!
YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED
From Monday's Da 11 v.
Saturday afternoon was a very
busv time at the Presbyterian manse
as Itev. II. O. McClusky was called
upon 1r unite in the bonds of wedlock
a bridal couple from Omaha as well
as two younu" people of Nebraska
City. The Omaha young people were
Charles lierkman and Miss Jeanette
Paradise, while Allen K. Holmes and
Muss Velma Clause of Nebraska City
formed the other couple seeking to
have the bonds of matrimony per
formed. The younu people arrived
at the same time and served as wit
nesses for the marriaue of each other.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes remained in the
city over Sunday visiting with their
relatives and friends.
Wishing You All
A Merry Christmas
estor Sc Swatek
MARRIED AT DAWSON. NEB.
r r'.'ii Tuesday's Daily.
Tin's afternoon at Dawson. Neb.,
occurred the carriage oT Miss Fay
Crook of Plattsmouth and Carl
Windham of near Dawson. The wed
ding was a very quiet (die. being at
tended by only a few of the relatives
of the contracting parties. The mar
riage Hues were read by the pastor
of (he First Methodist church of
Dawson. The bride is a daughter if
I!. F. Crook of this city and a young
lady who has a large circle of friends
in the old home here who will extend
lo her their heartiest best wishes for
her future welfare and happiness.
The groom is one of the well to do
young farmers of near Dawson nnd
ha;: a very cotntWtahle home await
ing the coming of his bride.
Prem Mi nday's Daiiv.
This morning there arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McCarthy
a fine 12-pound son and heir to make
the happiness of the Christmas season
complete and it is needless to say
that this present is one that will be
a source of happiness and joy for
the parents and other relatives and
friends. The mother and little one
are doing nicely and Lee is feeling
very proud and happy over the new
addition to the family circle.
TRINER'S 1920 WALL CALENDAR
EXCEEDS ALL EXPECTATIONS
Triner's Wall Calendars are al
ways beautiful, but the new calen
dar for 1!2' beats all its predeces
sors. 'Civilization and Hygeia wel
coming the League of Nations" is its
subject. A new. better life rises from
Ho- nuns. in the multi-colored
throng you will tind the national
ihiu of the country where you or
jour parents were born. Fifteen small
dainty pictures bring before you the
entire process of the manufacture 01
i'ri;ier"s American Klixir of P.itter
Wine and other excellent Inner
remedies, from picking herbs to t!i
domestic shipment and foreign ex
port. Send Dc to cover mailing ex
per.ses. -Jos. Triner Company. 1. "::!:;
!:: S. Ashland Ave.. ChK'au III. t
Good custom tailor
ing brings out the
best that's in you;
your build, the way
you stand, your
ideas, are all made
to count. That easily
can be seen in pleas
ing expression, in
the fine lines of
Dry Cleaner and Tailor,
It's the expert work
manship, the correct
style, the pure wool
fabrics that makes our
tailoring give you last
e Measured No
Young- Ladies Employed in the M. E.
Smith Factory of This City Re
ceive Recognition of Work.
From Wednesday's Dally.
The ladies employed in the M. K.
Smith factory in this city have just
received from the head office in Om
aha letter that is not only; filled with
praise and good words for the fac
tory in Plattsmouth but incloses a
substantial present for each employe
of the company. The letter states
I hat the past year has been the best
in the history of the factory here
and the efforts of Miss Mary MeGuire
and the young ladies employed there
are recognized as entering into the
making of this splendid success and j
A Merry Christmas
We also wish you a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Assuring you Ine best ser
vice during the coining year.
L. IVJ. MULLIS, Florist
Green House Phone No. 15 Residence Phone No. G5G
extends to everyone ! B::W:S:9 ;B'i!'!B m I.BTiB'.r'B'il'BTIffllCH'ira :: M tB.li.3I :E' PXZ m T.B r W:ilt 'D: :.3 . V
their heartiest thanks. In addition g
to this the company is issuing to each j
employe of the factory a certificate1 fi
which will entitle them to receive ajs
present for their services during thejl
year. To each one in the employe j J
of the company for one year or niore'K
a certificate of $15 is issued, for six ip
months $10 and under six months ig
$". The company in issuing these! J
certificates makes them good in any Is;
store in Plattsmouth and by this
demonstrates their spirit of hearty
co-operation with the merchants as
well as a worthy recognization of
TO SPEND YULETIDE HERE
For any pain, burn scald, bruise,
apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil tho
household iinndy. Two sizes i'.0c
and ''.He at all dreg stores.
Wall Taper, Paints, Glass, Tlcture '
Framing. Frank Gobelman.
IM casr.ir'.o iir.'n'z u-ia
' Power Plant
Ak us for a demonstration in
your own home. See for yourself.
1. D. 501)3 Omaha, Neb.
From Monday's ral!v.
Sunday morning I!. A. McFlwain,
the jeweler and watch merchant, re
ceived a message from his brother.
K. L. McKlwain. dated at Los Angeles
saying that he and his wife would
arrive here in time to celebrote the
Christmas tide with their mother.
Mrs. S. K. McKlwain. and the remain
der of the family residing here. Iioj
has no been lionie for eight years
now and returning will he accompan
ied by Mrs. McKlwain. They have
been married for some seven years.
Mr. McKlwain is now with the Willys-Knight-Overland
being employed with the selling de
partment of the business, and has
been making good with the proposi
.non. Koy is a very clever young
man and an excellent salesman. He.
his mother and his many friends will
enjoy his visit at this time.
ENJOY SPLENDID SELECTIONS
'v. m Monday's Pally
At '.he Presbyterian church at the
morning worship h'uir yesterday t vo
very pleasing selections were given
rv the male quartet composed of
Messrs. (. K. Pratt G. L. Farley.
Fii'iik A. Cloidt iwl Rev. II. G. Mc
Cl'isky. who gave a beautiful rendi
tion of "Oh. Holy Night" and "l"n
fold Von Portals Eternal." These
selections artdeu great Iv to the en
joyment of the morning service hour
and were great Iv enjoved by the
members of the congregation.
The children of the Presbvterian
Sundav school will give an enter
tainment on uednesday evening en
titled "Santa Clai&j' Vision" and the
public is cordially invited to attend
To our many friends, who by their kindly
acts have been instrumental in contributing
to our success in business, and who have ad
ded pleasure to our residence here, we take
great pleasure in extending hearties wishes for
a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Trusting that the future may bring lasting
prosperity to each and every one and that ihc
pleasant relations we prize so highly may
continue uninterrupted, we arc,
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SECURES MARRIAGE LICENSE
Fiom Monday's Pally.
This morning marriage license was
issued in county court to Hoy Nor-
ris and Miss Nelda Snoke. both of
Kagle. The wedding will be held on
Christmas at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snoke
at Eagle. Both of the contracting
parties- are well known throughout
the western portion of the countj'
where they have made their home for
a great many years and their friends
In the home community are legion.
TO LEAVE FOR WEST
Henry 11. Herold. who has been en
gaged for the past two years as one
of the travel in ir renresentatives of
the Henry Ii. Gering Co., of Omaha
expects to leave after the first of the
year for Montana and Wyoming
where he will open up that territory
for the line of goods carried by the
Gering comnanv. Mr. Herold has
had charge of the south Platte tern
torv for his company and has Keen
very successful in his work, standing
at the head of the list of salesmen of
company and in his new territory will
find excellent field for his work as
salesman. Mr. Herold is now at
home for the holidays and" will re
main until after the New Year.
Est ot Hiley Hota!
At this joyous time of the year, wc wish lo-express
our appreciation of the many kindnesses and for
Ihc continued friendship of our friends and patroi.s,
which have contributed so materially to our success
during the many years of our residence here. We wish
you a most Merry Christmas and with the dawning of
the New Year further prosperity and enduring happiness.
Plattsmouth Steam Laundry
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Our v.ishes to vou for a
The kindly feelings and patronage of our
many friends, is, we assure you appreciated,
and to them we attribute, in a large measure,
the success that has come to us during the
years that have come and gone. 1
We trust our service may ever be such as to
merit your continued patronage, and extend
to you all'lhe season's best greetings. May the
New Year bring you new joys and happiness.
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Accept our wishes for a
Being mindful of the kindly feelings and
friendliness of all, and attributing to these no
small amount of credit for our success in the
past, we trust our service may be ever such as
to guarantee a continuance of the same.
And now, at this season of good cheer, let
us extend cordial greetings to all for prosper
ity and happiness throughout the coming year.
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