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THUESDAY. MABCH 9. 1929.
FlATTSMOtJTH SEltl VTXTXZt JQTOITAL
Clarence Hasen was arraigned in
the county court Tuesday afternoon
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on a complaint filed by the state
highway patrol. It was claimed that
the defendant had passed a car on a
hill where it was impossible to see If
a car was comin;j up the other side
of the hill. The defense introduced
photographs showing the view was
not obscured and that it was easy to
see cars at the distance named by
the patrolmen in their testimony.
Judge Duxbury acquitted the defend
ant as the evidence was insufficient
to warrant conviction.
RETURNS TO ST, LOUIS
Charles Roucfca, who was calleC
here by the death of his sister, Mrs.
Anna Kozak, returned to his . home
in St. Louis, Missouri Saturday eve
ning. While here Mr. Roucka had
the pleasure of meeting and visit
ing with a number of his old ac
quaintances of former years.
Mrs. Cecil Christensen was the vic
tim of a severe fall Monday at her
home, which was formerly occupied
by the Frank Barkus family. Mrs.
Christensen had been busy tending
to her household duties and on de
scending the cellar steps she fell In
such manner as to cause a painful in
jury to her foot. She was taken to
the office of Dr. Ji. P. Westover wherp
medical care was administered.
REJOICE IN NEW DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Russetl Payne of
this city are the proud parents of a
fine little daughter, born to them on
Saturday morning -at the Nicholas
Senn hospital at Omaha. The little
lady weighed seven pounds. She is
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs
Prank Payne of this city.
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Pioneer Brand Rich in Flavor
1-lb. Re-usable Glass Jar
Del Monte, Sliced or
Halves, No. 22 Can.
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat., March 10-11
Red Gem Red
Mb. Tall Can
Old Pals Alaska
Salmon, 1-lb. tall can AvW
Macaroni, -fl "7c
in Cello bags, 2 lbs.. -II
Kl IHKAV MIAKKII
No. 2 Can fjJ
Choice Blenheim Dried
2 lbs.. 33c; lb . . AW
in Bulk - -
Q-kC ROAST. Tender, Juicy U. S.
Pork Chops KmS Le.an 23c
Graded Beef. Shoulder Cuts, lb..
T Af ROAST. Swift's Premium
AaaX&lU tender Shoulder Cuts, lb
or Bulk Pork
Sausage, 2 lbs..
Ctfl1?f Tender, Juicy U. S. Graded
wwC Round. Sirloin or Swiss, lb..
A lbs. 1
Minced Luncheon or
BolOgna Selected, 2 Lbs 25
Ipff Anco Cudahy's Sunlight, Amerl
Iiet;St5 can or Brick, 2-lb. loaf JV-
Whiting Fish SSK ib...l5c
Juicy Calif. Sunkist
Onions f LUo:M0. .Ye."!w. .10c
"T u- s- No- 1 Louisiana 1tt
lainS Porto Rican, 4 lbs
(TtitxxfXT Frcsn. Tender, California f ff
WClt:ry Large. Well-Blchd. Stalk ..AUG
Cauliflower iSSSLS. .S.rn MOc
Red River Early Ohios,
Large. Clean, Smooth
100-1 b. Bag
California Green Top
Fine Granulated Beet
Choice Blue Rose
RICE, E lbs
PORK S BEAKS
3 for 25c
48-lb. Sack -
48-lb. Bag . . . .
2 large O Reg.
or mP Cans.
(Assorted except Chowder,
Gumbo cr Consomme)
AMI i: AT
Sciclc . .
Can (!0J2-oz.) ...
23-oz. Can, 10 "fl thC
Giant 50-oz. Can -1L 5
2 Reg. Cans . .
2 42-oz. cans .
i4-lb., 17; i2-lb.
Brown L., 0. Pekoe
i2-lb. Pkg, 370 ; y4-lb.
Soap Flakes Big 4, Giant Pkg
C'onrmlrnteil Special OITcr
4 It He Ntnrku laatt. Kr-. I'kc
fair lr. wkrn you buy latrter, at..
Spry Shortening iXpcarnp?.c:'. . . . .50c
Luitx Flakes LrraFJnAtundr!na! 22c
nar ears rj
Lutl ToiSet Soap ST.
Shredded Wheat SflVsS.23c
Omar Flour l2eLb- $.23
utter-Nut Jell spkrd F.,aro:?....14c
P G SOap Giant Bars, 10 for.
ivory Soap K'. .6c 2 for age
Camay Soap ? TK'r: .Ba:? .....E7c
Hread Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf.. GC
Dai!oe SANTA CLARA. 120 Size
lr runes 25-ib. bcx, 95c; 6 its 25c
afifiAA Sunrise, Sweet. Mild
COHiiee 3 ibs., 39c; 1-ib
IIvrHij Linen-ized for Softness rpDC
Regular Rolls .) for ZS)
(Regular or Drip Grind)
14b. Un C
or Glass nl I
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
MARRIED AT LINCOLN
HEARS CASS COUNTY CASE
The supreme court took under
advisement Tuesday an appeal of
Joe Solomon from a Cass county de
cision. He had employed C. L. Rein
of Lincoln and W. G. Kieck of Platts
mouth to prosecute a compensation
claim against his employer, A. W.
Farney. Under an executed contract
he was to pay the attorneys 25 per
cent of their recovery. The courts
allowed them $350 attorney fees, and
the dispute was whether these fees
should be credited on the amount of
the recovery as part of the 25 per
cent. Solomon claims attorney fees
were Included in the 25 per cent cf
HOLD COMMITTAL SERVICE
Sunday afternoon the committal
service was held at the Horning
cemetery south of the city, for Mar
tin K. Ruby, who passed away on
February 25th. The church services
were held on Tuesday, February 28
at Mynard, but owing to the blocked
roads leading to the cemetery, it was
impossible to make the interment.
The body has been held at the Sattler
funeral home to await the bettering
of the weather. Qnly. the members
of the Immediate family were present.
VISITS WITH OLD FRIENDS
From Tuesday's Daily
Former Judge Jesse L. Root oi
Omaha arrived in Plattsmouth this
morning to spend the day attending
to some matters of business. While
here Mr. Root had the pieasur? of
meeting and visiting with a number
ft hi old time friends and neighbors.
IOWA PARTIES MARRIED
Saturday afternoon at the court
house occurred the marriage of
Woodrow Wilson Smith and Miss
Thelma Margaret Bethers, both of
Council Bluffs. The marriage lines
were read by Judge A. H. Duxbury
in his usual impressive manner and
witnessed by Louella Hill and Leslie
Dorothea Fulton, who has been
quite ill at her home for more than
a week with a throat Infection, is
reported as being somewhat improved
and may be able to return to school
within the next few days.
We do not claim to have the
very best feed in "the world
but we do claim to have as
good as the best. Note prices!
Chick Starting Mash $2.35
All Mash Laying
To Mix with Your
Salt, Gray Block. 400
Swedish Peet Litter,
per bale $2.85
Home of Gooch's Feed and
Hill's Famous Chiz
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LOWER MAIN St. PHOXE 94
RURAL SCHOOL VOTES
Miss Ruby Helen Eggert, daugh
ter of Mrs. L. W. Eggert of Lincoln,
was wed to Fred Fricke, son of Mrs.
Carl Fricke, at a ceremony performed
at the Holy Trinity Episcopal church
in Lincoln at 5:45 p. m. Thursday,
when Rev. Harold C. Gosnell read
the marriage lines. Mae Ellington
served as maid of honor, and was
dressed in navy blue crepe. Heril
dress was trimmed in white organdy. i
She wore blue accessories and a gar- 6
denia corsage. The bride appeared
in a navy blue crepe dress trimmed in
white lace. Her accessories were of
wine and she had an orchid corsage.
Walter Kozel was the best man. Fol
lowing the ceremony a dinner was
served at the Cornhusker and ten
The groom ia a former resident
here and a member of one of the
prominent families of tlje community.
He was a graduate here from the
local high school' in 1935 and later
attended Doane college. He has been
employed at Lincoln for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fricke will continue to
make their home in Lincoln.
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Don't pass up ihU
foods priced right
during this big
Valley Pride Whole
Corn f f c
Lakeside Whole Kernel
Yellow or White
No. 2 Tin 3 for
Royal Prince Country
No. 2 Tin. . .
3 cans, 40c
3 No. 2 Cans.
3 No. 2 Cans
300 size Cans, 3 for.
Eureka Green or Wax
Green Beans OKc
No. 2 Can 2 for
No. 2 Tins 3 for W
Pork & Beans
FIRST PRIZE 'fflC
No. ZVz cans, each.."
Van Camp or Tastewell
Pork, Beans Rq
Chile Con Carne
No. 2 52 Can
No. 2Vz Cans, 3 for.
No. 2V2 Can 'w
3 cans, 29c
2 No. 2J2 size Cans.
No. 2 cans, 3 for. . . Ali'
3 No. 2J2 Cans QJ
No. 2 Cans 3 for
3 No. 2V2 Cans
Country Style MIXED
3 No. 2 Cans
Hunt's Superior Quality
No. 2 Can
Cut Beets 90c
3 No. 2Vz Cans
Engelman Gardens OfpC
Large 46-oz. Can . . . J
Delicious Butter Crax Over
100 Wafers Per Box
Per lb., 13 2 lbs., 25
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2 Pkgs. for
SANDWICH SPREAD or
TASTE WELL 9"5C
Full Quart Jar
One Coaster FREE
with 4 Pkgs. at. . . .
IGA or SHURFINE
Rolled Oats ffc
Ouh'k or Regular
1-lb. Carton . . .
Large Pkg. .
3'2-lb. Bag H
3 Vw 11 M tJ ajucct v"" e
-, AtS FULL CREAM LONGHORN 4Pt
M "Steak, lb Cheese (Round), lb.. 15c
. Square Loaf, 19c lb.
2 to 4 Lb. (Not Sliced) A A
Bacon Squares, lb. Hc fect 2Qc
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS JTla
Fresh Frozen Fillets of Fish - Halibut - Red Salmon
Whiting - Keg Herring - Salt Fish - Pickled Herring
ASK FOR RURAL SCHOOL VOTES BRING THIS AD FOR SIGNING GET DOUBLE VOTES!
Candies 4 Co
Cello Pkg JLJf'
Shurfine Light or Golden
Per Gallon "v
Corn Flakes Cc