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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1920)
XOliAT. :7EKEES 1. 1520.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOTTRI7AI
Furniture and Rugs
12 rugs large and small Axminsters, Wiltons,
Velvets, Wool Fibers, Congoleums, Etc.
Ten beds, including two brass beds and two three
quarters size beds. Twenty new mattresses.
Four dressers. Four cedar chests.
Two sectional book cases; 2 small writing desks.
Two library tables.
Two mahogany rockers; 7 leather rockers.
Five dining room tables; three sets of genuine
leather seated dining room chairs.
One gas stove; five oil heaters; 2 soft coal heat
ers. A!l priced right.
Phone Christ, 645
;C'?' Located upstairs over Gas and Electric Co's. office.
HIGH IS AGAIN
FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THIS
CITY AND HAVELOCK GOES
WILL GO TO GRAND
ISLAND TO RESIDE
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Mrs. Arnold Mutt and two sons.
David anil Arnold, lt-ft Tuesday for
their home in Chicago. KsthtT, Until
and Paul will stay with their grand
parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Will Laughorst
and Ro to school as they have al
Mrs. .iciay. " Mrs. Marshall and
Mrs. Frans an toed to Elm wood Wed
Lee Hanson is here again. lie is
working at Win. N'ickles' place.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Marshall and
J. I). Gerheling were Weeping Water
visitors Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Every and
son Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Thur
inan Fraiis and daughter. Caroline,
nu toed to Lincoln Saturday. On
their return they brought Mrs. F. S.
Marshall's brother. Edward Leonard,
home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Marshall and
two sons. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Klein
and Edward Leonard took dinner at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Jackman and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Molten of I'ni-
versitv IMace spent Sundav at the
home of Mr. Jackinan's brother, S
A. Jackman and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Eaton of Lorton.
Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Thomas and family of Nehawka were
Sunday dinner quests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Todd and
laughter left Tuesday afternoon for
Imperial. N'ebr. They have been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Gerbeling and family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. ( Todd and daugh
ter. Mrs. II. H. Gerberling and the
lafter's daughter, Ella. autced to
Lincoln Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Langhorst and
grandchildren, Esther, Huth and
Paul Mutt were Lincoln passengers
Mr. and Mrs. Will Copple. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Novis and son and Guy
Hinds were Sunday guests at the
H. P. Hinds home.
June Rynier is sick with the
measles. She is getting along as
well as can be expected.
The C. E. society gave a Hallow
e'en social at the M. W. A. hall Satur
day evening. A good time is report
ed by all who attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pool and
family were Sunday guests at the
Albert Pool home.
THE RIGHT MAN. FOR
THE RIGHT PLACE
The voters of Cass county on next
Tuesday will have the opportunity
of casting their votes for one of the
l.-st men that has ever applied for
their support and this gentleman is
D. 15. F. Ilrendel of Murray, demo
cratic candidate for representative
firm tl-.e s-eventh district.
Dr. I'rendel needs no introduction
to the cider residents of the county
where he has been a resident for
many yeiit s and his excellent record
among" those who know him best is
the guarantee that he may be trusted
to j-ee that the interests of the peo
ple are looked after.
He is a gentleman easy to ap
proach and no one need hesitate to
vote for him as he represents no
class or clique in the discharge of
his duties and his earnest efforts
will be for the best interests of the
greatest number of the people of the
county regardless of their political
PURE BRED CATTLE AND HOGS
I am offering for sale, for imme
diate delivery, two pure bred short
horn bulls and a number of pure bred
Duroc Jersev boars, all readv for ser
vice. SEA IlL DAVIS.
o9 6t sw. Murray, Neb.
Yesterday afternoon the local high
school team met defeat at the hands
of the Havelock high school team on
the local lot and aside from the first
touchdown by Havelock the game was
interesting and hotly contested. The
locals secured their touchdown in the
last portion of the game and the final
result was 13 to C in favor of our ri
vals. i In the opening of the game Have
lock had the Plattsmouth organiza
tion on the go all the time and it
seemed impossible to check the offense
of the visitors and their guard of
the runner was almost perfect as their
plays resulted in long gains and they
sooon worked their way down the
field to the goal of Plattsmouth. Pi
per, of Havelock, on an end run gain
ed a great deal of territory for hte
team in this portion of the game
and when on the ten yard line Hecht,
the star full back carried over the
I ball for a touchdown but on the try
' for goal failed to connect success
fully. In the succeeding plays McCarthy
'made a very successful run for the
locals on an attempted punt by Have
lock and advanced in the enemy ter
ritory. Simpson. Coffman and Hecht
were effective in gaining ground for
Havelock while Dovey, Sattler and
Schneider were able to advance the
.ball for the local team and at one
stage of the game looked good to
'score on the visitors but the ball was
worked back over the field to the
: Plattsmouth goal line.
1 Throughout the game Schneider
played the best and most consistent
game for Plattsmouth and his er
forts resulted in the greatest gains
made by the locals.
The second touchdown for Have
lock occurred in the third quarter
when on a perfect fake play the ball
was relayed over the Plattsmouth
line of a pass. The center of the
Havelock team had faked an injury
and while play was continued his ac
tion had disarmed the alertness of
I his opponents and Ihe ball was snapp
ed by him to Hecht who passed to
Coffman, the quarterback who car
ried the pigskin over for the second
scoring. Coffman was successful in
his effort to kick goal and made the
total score of the visitors 13.
In the closing portion of the game
J the Plattsmouth team battled des
'perately with theh visitors and gradu
! ally forced them back to their goal
line by a series of line rushes that
'could not be hald and by brilliant
playing carried the ball to the goal
line of the visitors where it was car
ried over by Sattler for the touch
down and the attempt of Dovey fail
ed on the goal kick leaving the score
at 13 to 6.
j The last few minutes of the game
(was hard fought and the Plattsmouth
team had the Havelock lads on the
go, advancing on their goal but the
I lack of time prevented aany further
j The game was refereed by Lutes.
the former Creighton star and who
'did a very pleasing job in the run
i ning of the game.
We have a car of Minnesota Red
River Early Ohio Potatoes on track.
These potatoes are government in
spected and No. 1 quality. Per
Our car of New York Apples will
be on track this week. These are
A-No. 1 stock, Baldwins, at per bu.
All Other Varieties
PHONE US YOUR ORDERS
WITH WILLIAM SENF
H. M. Soennichsen
Received $2,500 on Account of Per
manent Injuries Received
Wm. Senf. who some time ago
while working for the city in a trench
laying a main from the well to the
stand pipe was completely covered up
by a cave-in of dirt. The heavy
weight upon his body was sufficient
to permanently disable him to a cer
Members of the city board and Dr.
O. (. Douglas went to Lincoln and
examined x-ray pictures that were
taken by Dr. .Smith, a specialist in
this line and who is considered good.
The pictures revealed that he had a
compound fracture of the mid-dorsal
vertebrae, which resulted in leaving
it in a wedge-shaped condition which
is a spinal injury, also the pictures
showed the scapula had been com
pletely broken and that six ribs had
been fractured. Greatest stress was
layed upon the injury to the spine.
It was the opinion of the two spe
cialists at Lincoln and those who had
seen the pictures that his injuries
were of a permanent nature, possibly
CO per cent.
In consideration of the facts the
board deemed it wise to effect a pro
per settlement with Mr. Senf. It was
determined to allow him $2,500 and
his hospital expenses, which he ac
cepted and papers were signed and
the matter entirely settled .
This was, an unfortunate affair but
in all probability the board acted
wisely in this matter. Elmwood
NO TRUTH IN STATEMENT
It has been reported In several por
tions of the county that an agree
ment existed between myself and C.
F. Vallery, democratic candidate for
county commissioner, relative to the
position of road commissioner. Such
a statement is absolutely false and
without foundation and circulated
simply to injure Mr. Vallery. There
has been no agreement of any kind
made by myself or Mr. Vallery and I
would not accept the office of high
way commissioner or any other of
fice under any condition, and the
person circulating such report has
been misinformed or is stating some
thing that is -without any foundation
o25 7td 2tw. JULIUS A. PITZ.
Blank books! Yes you can get
most any kind at Journal office.
George Thomas, Formerly of This
City but Now of Neb. City,
Makes Business Change.
A business deal involving one of
the large independent packing plants
of the state has been consumated
when the Grand Island packing
house was1 disposed of to a company
headed by a number of Nebraska
(Mty men headed by George V. Thom
as, formerly a resident of this city.
Mr. Thomas and his four associ
ates have for the past three years
been employed in the Wilson pack
ing plant at Nebraska (Mty and
among the most efficient employes of
that institutio and will now launch
into business for themselves in
The many friends here of the
Thomas family will wish them the
best of luck in the new business
venture that Mr. Thomas is engaging
in. He expects to leave the llrsf of
next week for Grand Island t: take
charge with his ussociatej (i tiio
VERY PLEASANT PARTY
Last evening the home of ?.lr. and
Mrs. Ed Mason was the scene of a
very pleasant party when their
daugter, Miss Alice, entertained a
number of her little friends. The
home had been very prettily arranged
with decorations fo the autumn
leaves as well as jack o'lanterns and
pumpkins, and making a charming
setting for the gathering.
The evening was spent in games
of all kinds suitable to the season
and at an appropriate hour refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Mason
assisted by Mesdames Armstrong and
Martin. Those in attendance at the
gathering were: Halpli and Gr
maine Mason. Caroline Hanige. Alice
Schultz, Edgar Wescott, Virginia
Martin and the hostess. Alice Mason.
rr jr. mjt
50c PER POUND
3 Pounds for $1 .45
Our 35c Coffee is now 20c
This price holds good until our present
stock is exhausted!
OUT DELIVERING BALLOTS.
County Clerk George R. Sayles
departed this morning for a trip over
the county distributing the ballots
to the various voting precincts in
preparation for the election on next
Tuesday. The new voters created
by the woman suffrage has caused a
large increase in the amount of bal
lots and other supplies and the clerk
had a real load on his hands to dis
tribute over the county.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM.
The largest and most complete line
of ladies' ready-to-wear garments on
the market today has been brought
to this city by M. Fanger and is now
offered on display at his Main street
store for the ladies of Plattsmouth
and Cass county. This line has been
especially selected with a view of
offering the best that the market af
fords in the way of the finest tailored
garments that are in the latest styles
and fashionable fabrics.
9 cans Plantation milk for $1.00
Pork and beans. 3 cans for .25
Sweet wrinkled peas, 2 cans for .35
Sweet coin, 2 car.s for .35
California tomato roup, per can .10
Grandma's catsup. 8-oz. bcttle. 10
Bon Bon baking powder, 9-oz.
can for .10
Bottle Mazola oil .10
Mission brand sardines .10
Potted sardines .10
Kara blue syrup, 10-lb. can .90
Karo blue syrup, 5-lb. can .45
Karo red syrup, 10-lb. can 1.00
Karo red syrup. 5-lb. can .50
20 lbs. brown Mexican beans 1.00
20 lbs. small navy beans 1.00
Celluloid starch, per pkg
Farm House pickles, quart jar
12-gallon jar Japan tea
Sweet cider, per gallon
Sun Kist flour, 48-lb. sack
Letter Roll flour, 48-lb. sack
2 lbs. bulk macaroni for
Peaches, No. 3 can
Pears, No. 3 can
Apricots, No. 3 can (Luxury)
Pineapple. No. 3 can
No. 10 Green Gage plums (solid
No. 10 peaches (solid pack)
No. 10 white cherries
No. 10 grr; juice, sanitary
Sa a la B
Phone 53 and 54
CONTEST ON WILL.
THE BEST ON THE MARKET
Five thousand and eit:ht thousand
Good barn in the best of shape.
mile truarantee goes with the Hawk-! Inquire of Kred G. Kgenberger. tf-d.
eve tires. See F. G. Kgenberger,
This morning the matter of the
probate of the will of John J. Ross
Barr, deceased, of Louisville camp up
for hearing in he county court. The
codicil to the will is contested by
the daughter, Mrs. Minnie Barr Lef
ler, who is represented in the action
by Attorney I. O. Dwyer of this city.
Quite a number of the relatives of
Mr. Barr and who are interested in
the estate were present at the hearing.
Blank books. Journal office.
See the new line of ladies ready-to-wear
garments at the M. Fanger
We write bonds, fire, tornado, burg
lar, accident and compensation in
surance. Let us quote you our
o!2 lm. J. P. FALTER & SON.
See the new line of ladies ready-to-wear
garments at the M. Fanger
LAND FOR SALE
30.000 acres of land located in the
highlands of Louisiana. See F. G.
Egenberger, agent, Plattsmouth.
The stock of ladies ready to wear
garments that have been placed on
display by M. Fanger at his store
is one of the most attractive lines
th.it lias ever litrn kIiiiWH in the
city. The stock has been carefully
selected ana the most tasnionanie
modes that the market affords are be
ing offered to the ladies of Vlatts
mouth and Cass county.
Pleasant way to
EVERYONE in the family can
! rely on Dr. King's New Dis
covery, the standard remedy
for the last fifty years, to break
up coughs, grippe and stubborn
colds. No harmful drugs. At
your druggists, 60c and $1.20.
For colds andcoughg
Sallow Skin Not Pretty
Constipation destroys the complexion,
making it yellow and ugly. Keep tha
bowels at work cleaning out the system
daily by using Dr. King's Pills. They
do the work thoroughly and gently
Buy a bottle today, 25 cents.
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ARE WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! HERE ARE JUST A
FEW OF THE OUTSTANDING VALUES YOU'LL FIND HERE:
: -. . heavily napped cotton blankets. Remain
. 1 l--iJerincr. Special price, each. . $4.75
Wool nap plaid hiankcts, 70x80. Tape bound, beautiful patterns. The
best wool nap blanket you ever saw tor
Beautiful plaid wool mixed blankets. All full sizes. At from $10.50 to $12.50
Guaranteed all wool blankets. Finest quality yarn used in the manufacture
of these quality blankets. Prices begin at $15.00 up
A beautiful assortment of comforters ranging in price from $4.50 to $9.00
can also be shown you. These are all outstanding values and cannot be dupli
PILLOWS! SHEEETS! CASES!
Wool Comfortables Ask to See Them!
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CALL PHONES 53 and 54
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