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THTJP.SIiAY. NOVF.MEEP. IS, 10f0.
PLATTSMOUTII 3EM7-WEEKLY JOUBNAL
ST. MARY'S GUILD
KJjJ W Jill ilO
durable M a -chin
e-Pa s t e d
Mrs. R. A. and T. B. Bates Are Hos
tesses to Episcopal Ladies at the
Foiiner's Heme Yesterday. ,
The ladies of the St. Mary's (ItiiM
were very pleasantly ntertained yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
!i. A. Hates, who was assisted in r
ct i ving and nfertainiiur by Mrs. Tom
Hates, arid the oCi-asion proved one
r the greatest of interest. The af
ternoon was spent in the plying of
the busy needles as the ladies pre-4
pared the many pl-asing articles for
the Christmas shop that is soon to
be held in this city and ri( vvhii-h ih;
ladies will offer many attractive ar
ticles to the Christ! ms shoppers. The
(!,i!e of the market will he December
loth and 11th and as an added fea
.ure the ladies are planning to -rve
dinner to the resident- of Hie city.
At a suitable hour the members of
'lie party were invited to pat' ike of a
very dainty luncheon ami in the mtv
ing the ho.-t esses were a-.si-.ted by
Mrs. J. li. Donnelly f Omaha, a for
mer member of the ;:iiibl and w h w.is
special r'.ll'-vl of tile o-easi.i:i. Mr--.
W. W. t'oates ,-)f Kansas Pity va-i ai
. o a nuest of honor of t!ie afterrio.m.
WIZARD OF MAGIC
COMING NOV. 28
Davis, the Great Magicion. Presents
Most Elaborate Entertainment.
Iavis. popularly known a--"Master
Magician". !.- to unbx
lag of trieks before local p
hero on toe evening of Muda.
VeIi:b:T 2!th. at the hint! school
ditoriuni: Davis is the exception
disproving the rule that there i- noth
ing new in magic There is more
new stuff in the Davis program th;n
the usu il whole evening Kiveri by the
ordinary magician. What Davis
d .?- i- wizardry, and his niarm r of
doin? it is an artiTry .f thr hili'-st
There i-; one strange thini; after
Another an 1 fun all the time You'll
laugh at his wit and humor, as well
as his wonderful mncical fe:s.
You'll want wat -h hitn closely, for
when you think he has lini-htd a
feat of mauie -and it would be the
end with the average magician he
is just Renins? to the interesting part ;
in fact nearly all his tricks have three
points to them instead of one.
Davis performs twice an many feats
as the average magician. Thre is
no delay with useless "patter" and.
his talk is as interesting as what he
dees. With a splendid s-ige setting',
lots of parapehrnalia. and an excel
lent as-:i:-:arit. the entertainment
runs smoothly and without waits.
You will say he is the flcvcrvt ma
gician you have ever seen, and you.
will enjoy hi program from begin
ning to end. Ther is not a t'.ull
EAELY CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
The early ( 'hri-f mas shopper can
find the latest Christ m?.s noveltie
eards. stationary an louks at the
Journal office as well as a con; pie e
line of the most attractive and hand
some Christmas decorations that i
carried anywhere in the west. I)o
your shopping early and call at our
Christmas shop to max-- your .-elections.
All parties having; accounts o
notes are requeued to call and scttlt
tame at the old stand with C. K
Bestor or myself. John F. Gorder
tf d & w.
Prices are tumbling, but not so
fast as the consumers like to we
Dry goods dealers are slashing
prices, but wet goods dealers are rais
inp t heir's.
It comes as an afterthought to us
that the world is now s miewhat un
safe for democrats.
WABASH HAPPENINGS t
Last Thursday eveuinR. November
1 1, a program was Riven at the M. YV.
A. hall. It was the anniversary of
The ladies aid society or tb? M. E.
church met at the home of Mrs. Merle
McKay las,t Thursday. A number
from.town went in a lumber wagon.
Some cf the ladies think it is just
fine to ride in a wagon, but others
think it is better walkinR.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jackman and
family were Sunday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gibson
and family of Weeping Water.
Clyde Squires was a Weeping Wa
ter passenger Sunday.
Mrs. A. M. Van Every and Esther
Jacobson sp'nt Sunday at the home,
cf Mr. and Mr. S. A. Jacobson and
baby of Xehawka.
Jesse Jones and Clarence Ohm au
tocd to Eagle Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Every and
baby spent Sunday at the S. A. Jacob
son home in Xehawka.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gregory are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Gre
Royr's sister. Mrs. S. A. Jackman.
Mr.' Gregory is clerking in Jackman's
COCKERELS FOR SALE
I have a number of fine Single
Combed Brown Leghorn cockerels for
sale. Phone 2712.
MRS. WALTER SANS,
td d&w. Murray, Neb.
For the past three weeks we have been giving the people of
this community bigger bargains in merchandise than they have
received in many years. We are offering merchandise at prices
that will entourage you to lay in all your winter needs. Here
are a few of the many bargains that you should not overlook:
Dry Goods Department!
All our Outing Flannels on sale at
Hope muslin, regular ." ami ."."c seller: per yard 2ac
42-ir-ch p'llow tubing, T-'.c quality on sale at 47c
rhovting. quality. Fanger has it at per yd C3c
d .-.-.- ginghai.i in plan! and stripe, per yi ami :c
-i-idi percale, both light and dark fancy patterns. 40 and
r.uc -"l'.er;. per yd 2".c
:nrre(l.: cf yards of embroideries pacrificed at. yd.'J and 14c
rge cheviuil skirting for girl's school skirts. A ;c value
now on sab at per yd 4..C
-iik'i storm serT1'. worth $2.50 er yd. On sale at $1.2;
autift.l 1.1. aki skfrting. regular $l..r0 value; per yd 75c
v'e also have some very good wool patterns
suitable for Coats, in
go.lar ? .."' to $0.00 sellers, priced for immediate sale at
$2.25 and $1.98 per Yd.
"; an-' '.'i-ineh silks, to ?4.50 values, now going
at i.e.- yd $1.7S and $2.25
neauti. il :.. hose, per pair $1.98 and $2.25
Wari.i.;' lrout lace corsits, our price, eacli $2.49
Men's and Young Men's
in all sizes. About .'ion pairs to choose from. Fanger's prices
on these desirable goods range from cents up. but irre
gardless of the price you pay. you may bo sure you got a
mighty big bargain.
Mackinaws, leather and sheep lined vests and coats at
savings that will surprise you.
Men's blue denim overalls, union made, as low as S1.75
Men's and boys' heavy work shirts at $1."9
Men's coveralls at ..1.!." and S3. 50
Men's dress shirts, values to $4.50. at $1.95 and S1.45
Men's sweaters, many styles and colors at $1.59 and up
We have a full line of Men's and Boys' underwear in a
large variety of styles to select from. Compare our goods
and prices before buying.
GLOVES AND MITTENS AT A SACRIFICE
We are sacrificing our entire line of
winter blankets. Don't shiver when
you can get a good one for
Trade at Fanger's - It Sure Pays!
Overshoes for the entire family. See our
prices before you buy. Men's dress and work
shoes at greatly reduced prices.
We have placed our entire stock of Women's and Misses
shos on the counter. These shoes formerly sold up to $10.00
a pair. They are now on sale at exactly
A large line of school shoes for boys and girls, many
styles anl colors to choose from. We must have the space
and out they go at, per pair
VISIT OUR HIGH GRADE
Ladies', hisses' and Children's
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Petticoats
in up-to-ihe-minute styles at exceed
ingly Low Prices.
Ladies. Misses and Children's sweaters, values to $7.95
Now on sale at ; $3 95
ALL OTHER SWEATERS AT REDUCED PRICES
Children's gingham dresses a very high grade of ging
ham and ltest styles. Sizes 2 to 14. These dresses
formerly sold up to $4.95. On sale at $179
Canned Goods and
Pure granulated sugar, 9 lbs. for $1.00
Palmolive soap, per bar 9c
Horse Shoe. Star and Climax chewing tobacco, per lb S5c
All 00c coffee, assorted brands, per lb 45c
5-lb. can Karo dark syrup 4Hc
10-lb. can Karo dark syrup S5c
5-lb. can Karo white syrup 47c
Good brooms, a household necessity, each C9c
2V-lb. can cane and maple syrup 73c
5-lb. can cane and maple syrup $1.45
Navy beans, the very best, at per lb 7c
White Laundry soap excellent quality. 4 bars for 25c
Lewis Lye, 2 cans for 25c
Yeast Foam, our price per pkg 7c
Crisco. excellent for baking and cooking, per lb 30c
Vi H. choicest Japan tea the very best "5c
1-lb. pkg. Arm and Hammer baking soda, 3 for 25c
Tall can milk, 2 for 25c
Quart jar sweet relish, special per jar 47c
No. 2 can standard sweet corn (the 20c kind) 2 for 25c
No. 2 can fancy sweej corn, bet quality, per can 19c
No. 2 can red beans. Lay in your supply at 2 for 25c
No. 2 can high grade pork and beans, per can 19c
No. 1 can pink salmon, regular 30c seller 19c
No. 1 can red salmon, regular 50c seller 39c
No. 3 can tomatoes, regular 30c seller 19c
No. 3 can kraut, dry pack; best quality 15c
No. 3 can pumpkin, dry pack, special. 2 cans for 25c
21-oz. jar preserves, high grade quality, asstd. flavors37c
No. 2 Ms can peaches, pears, plums or apricots 45c
Dried peaches and prues. per lb 25c
Fine Jap rice. 2 lbs. for 25c
All goods mentioned above are limited
Leave Your Orders with Us for Groceries
; --I There are hundreds upon hundreds or articles that are too numerous to mention in this limited space. Re
member EVERYTHING GOES NOTHING IS RESERVED at this Price Slaughtering Sale.
oliow the cowdl to Faun
Where Your Dollar Does Double
PL ATTS MOUTH, NEBRASKA
HOW long your battery lasts is meas-
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goes farthest in securing battery-service
when you pick a battery with quality
Machine-Pasted Plates give the USL
Battery durability. The machine forces
the working material into the frames of
tli-3 plates and gives them the tight-gripping
tenacity which slows down the
Every detail of the USL represents ad
vanced design and careful manufacture.
We back the USL with a SERVICE
which means "battery-happiness" for
FINOS OLD RELIC
OF YEARS PAST
COTTON MILL WORKERS
GET WAGE GUARANTEE
Seat That Was Used in One of the
First Schools of City is Found in
A. W. White Store.
While the changes were being
made in th-' ownership of the A. W.
White store recently, among the ar
ticles revealed in the overhauling; of
he t'Jve. was found an old bench
;l!.if h;.d served many of the old pi
oneers in the first school ever etab
lihc'l in this city.
The b nch was of the flat variety
mi familiar to the older people who
had attended the public schools and
at tiiis bench of learning many a
vounir mind was trained. Mr. A. W.
Whit-.', the veteran merchant, who
!i:e- just retired from an active busi
ness career of more than sixty years,
was a student in the schools where
this bench served the young people
as a scat. Mr. White states that
the schools of the city were located
in different parts of the city, one
being win re the present Coates'
vI ck i-; located, one where the old
miirt house s'ood east of the present
court house site and one school in a
'uilling located where the Farmer's
State hank is now located. j
The seat is quite a relic of the pi- '
onfor schools and the board of edu
cation has restored the seat to its
orisi'Kil atmosphere as it will be
"laced in the hitrh school auditorium
-nd suitably labled with the history
"f its career in the service of the city
Fall River. Mass., Nov. 1C. Wag
es of the Hu.OOO operatives in the
cotton mills here will remain at the
scale that has been in force for the
last six months, according to an
agreement reached by representatives
of the manufacturers and employes
The agreement was the result of
several conferences between the f-x-ecutive
committee of the Fall River
textile council, and is regarded as
of more than local significance.
As announced by James Tansey,
piesident of the American Federa
tion of Textile Operatives, it provides
that "there shall be no change in
the wage rate beginning December G
until further conference takes place.
sai4 conference to be called by either
Dcember C is the date of the ex
piration of the present agreement,
under which wages are at the high
est point in the history f the in
dustry, representing, it is said, an ad
vance of more than 150 per cent over
the pre-war rate.
LEEDS EMBALMED INTO
W. C. T. U. MEET.
-r.m Tnecda v'p F'Aitv.
The pleasant home of Mrs. C. C
We- -'Mt was the scene of much enjoy
ment ye-erday afternoon when the
'mI-V of the W. ('. T. U. gathered for
their social meeting of the month and
a very pleasing attendance of the
membership was present to partici
pate in the deliehts of the occasion.
Ti,,. r l'te-nooii was snent in the en
i"vip.cit of a very delightful informal
"f. irrun that was participated in by
the ladies of the party and which
was much enjoyed. At a suitable
oiir the pleasures of the occasion
were heightened by a very dainty
Inncboan served by the hoste?s and
which brousrht to the close a splendid
afternoon of enjoyment.
GETTING ALONG NICELY
The many friends of Miss Clara
Rniney will be pleased to know that
his lady is showing; pleasing progress
toward recovery after her very ser
ious operation for pnpendicitis. Miss
Rainey is at the Ford hospital and
it had been hoped that she might be
nlle to sit up the last of the week,
but owing to her very much weak
ened condition this was postponed al
though she is hopeful of being able
to leave her bed today and is looking
fi.i ward to the time when she will be
ble to return to her home" in this
If you serve your friends well they
will never forget your services. They
will recommend you. whenever an .
opportunity will offer. That is the
secret of reputation. Triner's Bitter
Wine makes new friends every day.
Miss Irma Tarasowits wrote us from
storia. New York, on Sept. 29: "My
uother was ill during the spring and
-ur doctor advised her to go to the
-ountry. While there, in a small
village in Pennsylvania, someone
Tave her a bottle of Triner's Hitter
Wine which she tried. Since then,
mother has gained six pounds and is
'eeling so much better that she is
anxious to keep on using this medi
"ine. Where can I obtain it here?"
Such deeds are embalmed into the
memory, reinforcing the reputation
of Triner's Bitter Wine as the best
-emedy for stomach disorders. It
reates a healthy appetite, aids di
gestion and keeps the intestines
lean. It will pay to keep it in the
home; also other Triner's remedies.
Triner's Liniment for rheumatism
and neuralgia, Triner's Cough Seda
tive for colds, etc. Your druggist or
dealer in medicines has them in
stock. Jos. Triner Company, 1333
45 S. Ashland Ave.. Chicago, III.
Frank Anderson. Pacific Junction.
Iowa, will sell on January lf. 1921.
he greatest offering of Big Type Po
land China bred sows that ever went
through a sale ring in the western
corn belt. Get your name on his
mailing list for catalogue when out.
and watch this paper for further no
tice at the proper time. Remember
the date. January 15. 1921. ltd ltw.
If you need Insurance of any kind
ee F. CI. Egenberger. agent for all
lines of life, fire, health and acci
dent insurance. The very best of
ON WALL PAPER! I
November 15th to 27th
Oatmeals at 1 2c per single roll and up.
Bed Rooms at 8 " " '
Highest grade artistic wall papers. We carry the
selections always. You will not be able to buy these ar
tistic goods again at these prices.
The Dusterhoff Shops
Drs. !V3ach & EViach, The Dentists
The largest and best equipped dental offices in Umana.
Experts in charge of all work. Lady attendant. Mod
erate Prices. Porcelain fillings just like tooth. Instru
ments carefully sterilized after using.
THIRD FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK, OMAHA
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