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LAllbMOUlH SiiIVll-Wi.iiJL.i JOUKJ3AL"
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THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1921.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
9. 4 '- t :-
Owing to the fact that we have a short lease and are unable to get an extension,
we are forced to close out our entire stock and fixtures, regardless of cost or value, as
Mr. Gobelman vants his store room for his own business. We are indeed verry sorry
to have been compelled to make this announcement, as we have enjoyed a good business
from the day we opened our doors. But, under the prevailing circumstances, 'we are
compelled to vacate.
Prices Smashed! So Act Now!
Our entire stoce of high class merchandise has been unmercifully cut and slaughtered. In this ad are
but a few of the many bargains ve are offering. One entire issue of this paper would not permit of com
plete enumeration. Both Winter and Summer goods must go. Get your share of bargains white the getting
is good. Extra salespeople to wait on'you during this close out sale.
"ran'.1" TW';'ffrrr V JJJ1 mat's.
Unt or by
THIRTY - EIGHT HOUSE
AND SENATE FILES ARE
IN M'KELVIE'S HANDS
tate for w eal; pub-
slifn lard ownership
A FEW SPECIALS
lion's work shirts. blue ami srey;
jiwm1 one. I'riee. 1 r. cacti.
One lot nun's heavy JlMi blue l-n-jpi
overalls; both lu'h and suspen-
!r f:;fis: wnii" i i;cy iar-r. cioswik
1 . 4 ; pair.
The entire line of men's linen eol
ars formerly sold at LTc. riosiim 'em
oat at l'te.
.Men's Ires fhirts; very neat pat
trns. Formerly sold to $:;.7.". New
Mali's khaki 'vork jackets. forni
i rl sabl to CIo--ini; oat priee
Hoys' shoes worth to ?i;..",t a pair,
on sale at $ 1.9",.
I!oys knickerho.' ker v o .l a'hl
ea ,:;n-re mils; a bargain indf-d.
Hoys' khaki suits; Meal for seJio:,!
wear. C!.;sin out price. $!.7..
17.0 pair me;:"s pants; svrse-. wor
steds a tal cashmeres. Trices cut
square in two. v
About I')') men's and'youni; men's
vt -ts li. iv.i; closed out at !.'e each.
-S 5 S
We have several rolls of hi.h
irratle litiobuni. b'.th in print ami
inlaid patterns, which liiu.t bo closed
o:i; at a sacrifre. Specially priced
as low as
SSc per Square Yard
1'nbleached muslin, very, specially
prieeil. per yd., 12c.
Apron Kinshams. very best fcrade,
closing out price i:Vc per yd.
J'ercales. best quality, light anil
dark patterns, sold as high as 50c;
cloving out price lS'c per yd.
Sater: and heatherblooni in as
sorted patterns and colors. Special
price. 2."e yd.
. Sheeting. it-A. I'epperal and Au
rora brands. Closing out price -ISc
p r yd.
Feather ticking, fancy. $1 value.
Closing out price, 4Sc per yd.
Lac es, embroideries and ' insert ions
in all the latest patterns at less than
one-haif of their actual value.
Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department!
That even our new spring line of
dresses, wraps, skirts, petticoats and
gingham street dresses just received
a short time ago. as well as every
v.intwr cloth or plush coat and all
children's coats will be secriticed at
Mich ridiculously low prices that
when our doors finally close there
will not be a single garment left.
? $$$? ? $ $ S
Pa I 11. K. 22.",. relating to reejpr
Biggest Bargains in Caps
Ever Offered You.
We have several hundred caps in
beautiful patterns for spring and
summer wear absolutely the lat
est styles made to sell from .2.0
to $:?.75. While they last
$ $ ? R--S 'J S $
$ ? $ $ $ $ 5 $ $
MK1XC3 lS YOt'U EdCS! WK ?
WILL PAY TIIK HIGI1KST
MAKK KT TRICK FOR THKM k
Ye have about 100 Ladies. Misses
and Children's spring hats to close
out. The very latest styles. Here
is an opportunity for the farmer
ladies to :ecure for yourself or
daughUr a beautiful hat in exchange
$$?$$$$ $.$ - ? $
While Hie legislature is debating-
and discussing what to do with the &
few remaining bills sent to confer-,y
once committee. lucre r.re thirtv- c
. ;M ;,i Mia l;'iill'j of flip rovemoT
' !- " 1 1 v. -
II )Hll lll. ' iwn. , i . - - . . :
Lancaster county attorneys iP-p-i-,
Ljff ' I les.
! If. It. 507. appropriating $1,5 00.
3 J for Kverett Heiders, orihopedie bos-!
! Pi'nl pat ieiit.
ffty H. II. 20. fixing tuition f"e fori
Mi-" ! non-resident hi:c!i S' hool iupils. i
H. li. .!, defining lawful automo-'
. .. . 1 I
-pjl II. 1C. rS:. relating IO ieei,u- i:iiini-.
II. II. !S. providing for the recla-.
SXi ! ma t ion ol ne-n-etci Mii!':riii
. . . . . . ..
11. 11. iw ,
II i 1 . o
oca l '
If. It. tl. creating lien mi prop- j
..nt - l. ft witn iowi-'i'V for reiiair. i
H. If. '25:!. changing de:igna1 ion iy
of non-partisan ballot to non-po'il i-Uj
II. 1!. L,;L,. sundry r.niei'.driV-nt :- to
elect ion law.
If. R. :'40. cut.-; out pr.lice magi
t rates in citv oi Omaha.
II. R. "11. provides for pre: id; n;
jud!i-e of f:nalia municipal courts.
I'. R. "42. elimiimtes justices o
peace for Omaha, after 102:5.
il. R. 4"!. fixing salaries of nn-n
hers of board of control :tt $4,000.
li. R. 4'S. l.e-v Mile 4y l lW.
II. R. 4 15. appropriMi ing .2.000.
lKit for relief -rviee l. eli.
II. R. 124. ar;:.;-"pri)! ing SI
for fivli li;itcherv in l.injol'i f-r Ci,;r-
deu county. i
H. R. 4".:. aT-.pronri;'ting ?1.50i.
for family of Juvenile Probat ion Of-; J
ticer Sexton, kiil.'d in Omaha. iVSTGE
i:. R. 4-7. ri qn'ring boa.rd of!'
a new shipment of shipment of Ladies' Low
Shoes and Men's Tan English Oxfords.
Ladiss' Brown Kid Oxfords
Ladies' Brown and Black Suede, high heels, $5.90
Men's Tan English Oxfords,
Men's Brogue Oxfords,
Children's Patent Leather One-Strap Slip
pers. Also a large line of Tennis Shoes.
Closing Out Prices
Pure cane sugar. 11 lbs $1.00
Horseshoe. Star. Climax, per lb.s:;c
Pure cider vinegar, gal ::!e
Large jar best preserves 2'JC
Kxeelly washing tablets, pkgs.2.5e.
Rlueing, bottles for 25c
Kellog'F, ccrn Hakes, large pkg 17c
Staple and cane syrup, can 5!c
Crisco. spc.ial per lb lfjc
Red kidney beans, cans for 25c
Larjte can tomatoes, npecial 14c
(iolden war. beans, per can 17e
Lamp chimneys, 2 for 25c
pu-.lie works to not ify county clerl- s ,
i.,' estimates for 1,-? I go cne--t ruction. ' troversy, a group of stockholder. ; very difficult for the company to be
II. II. 4!7. providing for d ist ribu-, haviiiir asked for the appointment of financed." said Mr. Ritchie, in re-
t ion of suprc'i e nniit reior's.
II. R. 5e5. code iMiverning sales f
If. R. 527. curling sa!ari of Lan
caster county drainage trustee; o
M-iid a vi-ar.
II. R. 55u r"!:"f ing f1 dutle
liabilities !' betel ke- oj-s.
II. R. 55!'. ntakiiig corpornt ions
respon iildc for s-tutements of stocl;
; ale.-n:' II.
II. R. 5u5. prohib:' '.v. fal-o state
ments in ad i i I f i !!'. -. : e--I;--
!'. R. "i-... t.; jiroced "!' for the
bringing of seits i.g.'in.-' corpora -ti.
S. F. 52. definiii.T ;io.bit',ia! erinii
ual and providing ten years' linnlsli-ment.
a receiver and reouested that tlio gard to the action of the stockhold
Ornaha Trust company be named. . ers.
Th appointment of a receiver "In fact, they have deliberately
;e;.me a!ouf vvii?n a group u stock- aiiempieu 10 preeui us ucihr o h
I holders attempted to have an Omaha nanced. The suit now pending is
; iru;-!, conij)any appointed receiver, j practically the same as the suit
j William Ritchie, co.msel for t he j which the supreme court dismissed
'Skinners, insisted that this Is but a i last summer over t he protest of these
'continuance of the old tactics to i same attorneys. The company has
i hamper the operation of the company j tangible assets exceeding all indebt
i by persons with iinister motives. ', edness by at least 250 per cent and if
j "The attorneys bringing this liti-lthis kind of agitation can be stop
igation are the same who have caused j ped, the stockholders will eventual
hnost of the trouble we have had and j ly secure a fair return on their in
iihis constant harassing has made it 1 vestment."
!. pub'.'"" Moral j bill.
"Where Your Dollar Does Double Duty'
1 f y vuu jSWtWTi
GLEE CLUB JOURNEYS
OVER MIDDLE WEST
the two clubs we were told that ours!
was far superior In quality of enter-1
The success of our Cheyenne-Den-
ver trip is due largely to Manager!
D. A. R. SESSION IS CONCLUDED,
Washington. April 23rd. The
Daughters of the American Revolu-
i" the high schools giving
snappy concert of about twentv min
utes. Such work, together with the
evening programs, contact with the
!e?t Methodist homes will boost Wes
leyan more than any other single ac
tivity. The Weslevan.
Cass County Man is Manager of this
Famous Organization Sent Out
by Wesleyan University.
W'osleyan may safely ft el proud of
the creditable work done by the Ne
braska Wesleyan Glee club. Never
before in the history of the school
has a club of such high quality rep-1 Mr. Paul Sehlichtemier. the man
resented Wesleyan to our home peo-jager of the glee club, is a Cass conn
pie of Nebraska, Wyoming and Colo- ty young man and resides in the vi
rado. Icinity of Xehawka and the success
Everywhere the club was congrat- of his organization will be pleasing
ulated on being the "best ever." , news to his host of friends over the
The club had occasion to follow the country.
Denver University (Jlee club a few!
places in Colorado. In comparing! Journal want ds pay. fry them.
Schlicliiemier's efficient manage- tion adjourned their thirtieth na-
ment. In practically every town onltional congress today after' installing 1
our schedule we were able to go in- J officers elected vesterdav. While pro-!
a perfunctory nature, announcements
of candidacy for president general in
the 1923 election and action of the
resolutions committee in pigeonhol
ing a resolution introduced early in
the week calling upon members of
the society to aid in a strict enforce
ment of the Volstead prohibition act.
proved interesting topics.
The prohibition amendment call
ed attention to the fact that the D.
A. R. was pledged to support the
constitution, and as the eighteenth
amendment was a part of the con
stitution, the organization should
give it strong support. When the
committee in submitting its final re
port failed to refer in any way to
the resolution there was considerable
comment from supporters of the dry
Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook,
Pennsylvania and Mrs. William
Reynolds of North Carolina were
formally announced as candidates
for president general and it was re
ported that Mrs. William dimming:;
Story will shortly announce her can
didacy for the leadership.
lie war- iu Use
by co-operative ;.sso''iat urns.
S. J pr.'vb; i i. u for form '.tion
of puVi-.- imp-(;'. i. taeni districts ,,i -:-id'
o cit ie
S. F. 1S:, creating a state park
S. !". providing for inspection
and regul.it h". of bee i niu t vy.
S. F. 270. ami ndmeuts to the state
pure food and i!rn:c act.
S. 1 :;l'K authorizing use of con-
U mnution pow-r by cities of second
chus ami villages t get po-vi-r of
light plant sites outside.
S. 1'. re'ating to c.ni; .ellatior.
i of .Va: e on staie lam- s"t apart for
Ipark purposes in !"a is ccunty.
; S. :!1 1. pe-!nii t ing courts to
i!i.ime liep.w t n.C'nt f trade ru:d 'om-,
merce men a:, n-ceivt rs of b;;u';.-. ;
; NEVILLE HM1ED AS I
Earl Irelan. Journal linotype op
erator is still 01T duty on account of
illness. During his absence the bulk
of work is being crowded onto one,
machine, which just about keeps tv-l
eryone humping from the office devil 1
to the city editor.
Another Chanter Adder! to Lonir Ser-'j
ies of L;tig;tion Attorney
Blank books and office accessories
at the Journal office.
Omaha, April 2."..- Judge Wood-;
i rough of the federal court today ap-f
pointed Former iJovernor Ueiih Ne
ville of North Piatte to be receiver j
of the Skiniur Packing company. j
No one here knows whether Mr.
Neville will accept the place.
The appoint nit nt was contrary to
the desires of both parties to the con-,
TWO GOOD GAMES
Kappa Sigma Frat
GAME CALLED AT 1:30
Second gome immediately following.
Murdoch vs South Bend
More than your money's worth of fun!
J. E. McHUGW, Manager
U i rr n
Fun for fill!
fill for Fun!
Ameiricaio Legaoini Dmidlooir
j Doors Open at 7:00 P. M. PglDOX Many Valuable Prizes Given
fl Morll 28th, 29th, 30th Ooates-Siall
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Sold during American Legion Carnival,
April 28th, 29th and 30th
. - No discount after these dates.
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