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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1921)
THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1921.
PLATTSMOUTH SEill-WEEKIY JOURNAL
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we wish to throw our hat in the ring and are prepared to meet all comers. We don't desire to asphyxiate anyone with an over
. abundance of gas, but simply to deliver a knockout blow with our ridiculosly low prices!
36 inch Black Taffeta $1.85
32 inch Crepe de Chine Shirtings $1.95
40 inch Silk Poplin $1.95
50 inch All Wool Sport Skirting $1.45
4C inch Figured Voiles 50
36 inch Dotted Swiss in Rose Copenhagen
and Pink 75
40 inch Fancy White Voile Waistings 50 & .75
Shirting Gingham .20
House Dresses. $4.50 values at $2.95
Middy Blouses, $3.00 to values
for $1.85, $2.65 and $2.95 )
Bread Winner Play Clothes for small boys
and girls, guaranteed fast colors Rom
pers 85 and 95c
Round Fizket Quality, pure silk and Hbre, in j
black, wh'te, navy, brown, grey, field mose. i
$2.00 values for - -
and Aprons of imported Crepe. Ses them
in our window.
9 - fe . 1 -? XT JT f
No. 2 'A Dehnonte Apricots, prr czn .
8 lbs. extra, fancy Clue Ro.- Rice - -
wauevs r'isoruiit-riv j:n;is, per can
Long Silk Gloves
in black and color?, in a very excellent
j The Aprons
I 5 Ibo. cars D-!ii:oi:tt Prur.es
Large size OudLtr Q iakies.
$1.59 and $2.25
SiTiail size Quaker Quakies, 3 for.
10 bars White Laundry Soap . . . .
7 lbs. A 1 Coffee for
5 lbs. Wedding 3rerikfa?t Corn Syrup
. . 13c
. . 45c
j No. 2 Nomis Pork and Beans 13c or 2 for 25c
? No. 3 Advona Tomatoes, per can 13c
Lnrge ?v!e-je Milk, 1 dczen .... $1.25
No. 2 1 2 Shcid Pine Apple, per can 30c
No. 21. 'z Pium-, per c:m
Fluffy Rugs, 27x54, $4.98 values for. .$2.95 I
Boys one-piece Suits at. . .$1.25, $1.50, $1.85 j New line just received in Collars and Cuff sets
Children s Coveralls with cap to matcii. .q lay and Vests - splendid values at 75c and $1.95. j
Nofade Rugs, 30x60, $3.60 values for
" 27x54, 3.60 "
" 24x46, 1.95 "
No. 22 Cherries, per can 30c
We have quoted a few of our specials to
sight sonic of the haririns we have for you.
We have manv n:orc which we have not raen-
1.20 j tioned that ttand ia waiting when you call.
Haul It By Truck!
We Will Do All Kinds of Kauliag Between
Save High Freight Charges!
Prompt Service and Reasonable Prices!
PLEASANT BIRTHDAY !
surprise at mm
Subscribe for the Journal today.
Fri.lay I -!;. u; thf tift-s'-
nTh liirtli.isv ar.iiivt rsury of Mrs.
A. ('. t'are. rf Myr.iri'.. I'.'-r chillrtii
pianiitil a l i i tie surpri-e for Sur. l;y
in her m-. Th" Ian? wtsrkeil
i-nt prfeftly as Mrs. Cr-y was en
tirely n r.-uHv"-! i.-, x -u.ril aiil
3'r. ariy. on n ?urv. iwz tr:.! cht:rch.
i a iiiti:ib.-r u" cr.rs :.arkt-i! at
ani! i:;1:!- eliiMrcif and
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:!!.: :k!-!;!' rs in ros-
jo:i -f tt:o j.iat-'
Mr Mv- ,,rt v :iii1
u: rt. j.re-fiir Mr.
Specials for American Legion
PALMOLIVE SOAP, Per bar 9c
Aluminum teaspoons, 6 for 25c
Furniture polish, 25c bottle for 19c
Furniture polish, 50c bottle for 43c
Curtain rods at 8c, 10c and 15c
Curtain scrims, per 3rd 15c and 19c
Ladies union suits, special 39c
Misses union suits 59c
Men's union suits 75c and 98c
Ladies 10c handkerchiefs, 2 for 15c
Ladies black and white hose, per pair. . . . 15c
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
PnDIII AO linDICTV CTflPC
Ul ULttil VnlllLI ! UlUIIL
Roy W. Knorr, Proprietor.
n T. i!-iy. 1 1 r
ami Mr-. Alfred C. 'art-y. Mr.-. Wil
l;a:n WVtt-nkaiiii'. Mrs. ;oorj: Moi-.-inirer
aii'l son an-l Mr-. Kiunia Sliaw
nt" i'la't.qii'iuth: t'hrls Zirririernian
arvl family, of Asiilaixl; Mr. an l
M' . Williar: Carey. S. A. I'.arker
ar.l family: Y S. V.'ttcnkarap
family: A. A. V.';c!,k.iT.p aii'l fam
ily: Guy Kis'T ainl far.iilv; Mr. and
Mr-. .1. I,. I')!,!.in an !lev. K. H.
r::tius enl f-n:ily f Mynanl aul
vic:rii:y. as -.ve'.l a P.y Howar.I an!
fan.ily anl f':PvtT Minnear and
family, of Murray.
When lini:'-r . a- announced, hv
intr tr"d afaeria siv!, the s'let -I'orn:ed
ia lin a r. r ar;ii-d into.tn
ciiriiim n oni to P:;d tlie table fairly
proaniny fx n'ath it- Ir-ad of .n i
thinvr-. All sc:n--d inc-linetl to r
licn tfie tali-e ' f : s ranch 'f its
l.urdtii as p'!-si!i' resu?nally in
order to sa?' i' fr.'.r:: iota' (.nll:ip-e,
a!id in a short in- e n h on pri ;-nt
:ie;:;'d to have as-umed liis full
l!i;trc of tin- !"rd"i..
A pleasant afternoon was enjoyed
iy all present and toward ev;,in?r
the urue.-;s departed i-hin f ir Mrs.
Carey many more "lnppy hirthday an
n: versa rifs.
City Properly for Sale!
One S-room modern. 3rd and Vine
streets. IV- lots. $5,000.00.
One 5-room, IV2 lots, on west
Lliin street. Good well, cistern.
One 7-room modern" escept bath.
11 til and ilain streets. 2 lots, one
block from higli school. Fine place.
Cheap at $3,500.00.
5-room house; 3V2 acres ground.
One acre in fruit aud one in alfalfa.
City water, concrete cellar, electric
lights, sewer. A dandy place for
Two lots south of the 0-K garajre.
S300.00 takes the two.
Fcur-room house, one block south
of Main street on 5th. $2,000.
Fcur-room house on Washington
avenue and 10th St.. $2,200.
Fcur-room house just south of 0.
X. Garage, $1,800.
New modern 5-room house, two
lets, on Washington avenue. A fine
MARRIAGE OF POPULAR I
YOUNG LADY CF EAGLE
FOFw SALE AT AUCTION
Mr. and Mrs. John Adam.;-, of Ea-ilc
announce J he marriage of their dau
ghter Jeaaette to Mark Havens of
Omaha. The veu.'.in: took place oa
Monday at the home of the biMe's
parents, at Ea;-ie. Kcv. H. II. Har
mon performing the c-'remr.jjy. 0:ily
immediate niomber.-. of hoth. families
were in attend? tu e.
The bride is the y.nnuvi I aim li
ter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Adams and was
a graduate f Nebraska I'niveritv in
1'JIP. She is a member of ttie Alpha
Oi- ifrm I'i sororit.
Mr. Havens is t!:e son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Havens, of (tTisalia. a fam
ily well known in business and so
cial circles there. He is a sniduat''
of Nebraska 1'nivcrsity in l:'. and
a member of Helta Tan Helta. Those
of the family from Omaha who at
tended the vieddinsT were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Havens, a brother of the
eroom. and the parents. Mr. ar.d Mrs.
A. L. Havens and their daughter.
Alpheus C. Adams and family from
Hincoln were also in attendance. '
Mr. Havens is at present eneaced
in the insurance business in Omaha
and after a wedding trip the yniinc
couple will make their home in
1 : i flu' 1 ' 1 1 1 . i v ,
oV! ( k .1. i :.. ; !
the t'-'iri hi "Ms.-. .-.1
i,u 1". ! v i i I ( . r f-.-
mi-d'-ri: . i furnace.
K. D. W'lN'HHAM.
Vdiii in i.-i r.i t or.
f A: ii'. I '
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. ' . : 'i i : r.i t nr'.i
. 1 1,, . ;, j,, 5ar little the results they bring are
Aitl.oi.us journal want-aaa cost
n !i :. ro i.!
vrndejful. Try then.
RETURNS FROM 0. S. j
HOSPITAL M ST. LOUIS'
Subscribe for The Journal
j William l!oi)r.ri:i. of rl is city, who!
I for the past months has been)
j at the I. S. health service hospital
jin St. I.ouis. wfcnro he has been nn-
j derpoins treatment has returned toi
jhis horn'1 here. Mr. HoITman has
.been in poor halh s:iice hi., dis
charge from the army in 1'tHi, hav
; inpr suffered from a . ' vere gas :it
jtack as well as hciiT wounded while
1 he was in action with the IRSth in-
ifantry in Frame, and the efiects of
thcte l;ave rem. 'inert ;th him since
Wlsile at the St. Louis ho-pit;l, he
underwent an operas ;ou ff.r appen
dicitis and has .dnc1 then b--en srad
ually rrcoveriiiT. al'houirh his im-pro-.emee.t
h.a : !"( n s! iw due t() his
weak'T.el ro-idir in. I'e ha- now
regained sufi icien.t strength. !iow
ever to er.abie him to return home
for a brief via-tt.
Blank Eooks at the Journal OSce.
See J. E. MASON,
Office, 394 Residence, 229
We are entering the light
ning and cyclone time of the
How about your insurance,
are you sufficiently protected?
I write for the Farmer Mutual
of Lincoln, the Columbia and
Your patronage solicited.
W. T. RICHARDSON,
HAS PAINFUL EXPERIENCE
WITH INFURIATED ROOSTER
Frnm Wednesday's Daily
Yes'erday one of the ladies resid
ing on Win'ersteen hill h."l a strange
and very painful experience with one
of the proud and haughty roosters
that presiif.s over the flock of chick
ens owned by the lady.
She was out in the chicken yard
feeding the chicks and Catherine up
the ejrars and in some manner an
gered his roostership with the result
that she was attacked and during the
melee that ensued the rooster spur
red the lady on tho ban" arm. his
sharp spurs penetrating the fies'i so
deeply as to sever two blood vessels.
This made necessary the calling of a
physician to dress the wound and
stop the flow of th' blood. Dr. Ii.
V.'(-..tover was called and it was sev
eral moments before the blood c:uid
: checked. As a result t lie lady is
in o,uite a weakened condition today
froni the loss of blood.
Make the Farm Pay!
Good Luid car.r.ct dej it alone. It mu-t be well
worked and i. 'ijh grridr nachincry is ntcesoary if the
best results arc to be obtained.
The International line i. acknowledged as the best
in farm machinery. We are carrying a full assortment
from this line and invite you to call and sec us about
anything you rr.a;
m neca o
We also handle a complete line of repairs of all
kinds, or can get you any we don't happen io have in
stock on short notice.
In the line of r.arncs" or h.rrness rr-pairing we can
supply your wants at mt rconabie price:.
Primrose and D'? Lava' eve-am repa ra'ors are now
greatly reduced in price. Don't v.aii longer to bf.y.
BH H WILES,
(GORDER'S OLD STAND;
PLATTSMOUTH -:- -:- NEBRASKA
LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED
Get the old grass cutter fxed up!
for the corning season. We sharpen ;
them so they work sati&factcrv. j
A IF EDGERT0N i
Sam Smith's comer. !
f'pure blood runs yi u dev. a :
luakes you an easy victim for dis-:
case. For pure blvod and s'.u:.c di-.
se-tioa Burdock Blood Liiuers. At'
all drug stores. Price, $1.. i
Electric and Hand Washers, Singer Sowing Ma
chine, Refrigerator?, Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Ranges,
Gas Stoves, Stair Carpets, Congoleums, Lineoleurns
cveryihing in Furniture from the very best parlor suits
to the smallest pieces. Child's Beds, Cribs, Cabs, Go
Carts and everything going at great reduction prices.
none b-to - rings
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