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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1898)
L 0 rV EST BIDDER GETS THE CONTRACT
County Commissioners Award the
Contract to Sheeley & Co.
Can County' Mortgage Itecord For De
cember CoinparUc I of the Itecord
For the Years 1800 end 1807 8 how
That the Mortgage ladltednes I
Tho contract lor building bridges In
this county was lot to tho lowest bid
der today. The bids for pile bridges
being as follows, per lineal foot:
Karnsworth & filodett , $4.21
VV fought Iron Undue Co 4.1
W. J. White iVJH
J. K. Sheeley & Co 3.73
Sheeley also does the repair work at
GOc per fool for piling und caps, and
$30 pr m for lumber on the bridge.
The rate, $3.73, is not exet B-i ve,but it
$1.04 per foot more than the county
paid for the mime kind of bridge Inst
your. One bidder complained toTliK
News thit tiv w u d t;ave put in
nw c 01, out i wa u Me t Bee a
iiotice nd ih ugtit bids Cou.d be pal
in today, ho w.ih too late.
CASS COUNTY'S MO It TO AUK KKColtl)
A Comparative Htatement for the I't
Tvo Vrum I tiratifyinj;.
Following is mortgage record for
December a filed in the oflice ol Re
corder of Deed ilay:
Filed 81 :
Following is a comparative state
men t of the mortcacres for 189G and
Farm mortgages: Year 1H07.
Farm mortgages: Year lM)t.
F oui the above it will be seen that
Cass county's mortgaged indebtedness
is being reduced, the showing for 1897
being much bettor thtn that of 18U6.
Entertained by Father Carney.
A large party of young people gath
ered at the home of Father Carney
Sunday evening, in honor of the choir,
and a very pleasant time was had. A
program consisting of nice eoeaking
and singing was rendered. Miss Mar
garet "Webber played the zither
beautifully, and Father Carney sang
the closing ode. Nice refreshments
were served and a very enjoyable
evening was reported hy the guests.
IN THE COURTS.
Louis Olsen vs. C, B. & Q. railway
company. Demurrer overruled and
plaintiff given thirty days to reply.
Wm. Mack vs C. H. Parmele; mo
tion for security "r costs sustained.
George Bolen vs George Beam; mo
tion for new trial overruled.
Plattsmouth Loan and Building as
sociation vs Mrs. M. J. Alix, etaL;
dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
James Puckett vs Clement & Co.;
suit on appeal; trial to court; judg
ment of lower court vacated and set
Clement & Co. vs Josiah Timblit, on
appeal; trial to court and cause re
versed at cost of plaintiff.
First National bank of Fairfield, la.
allowed a deficiencey judgment vs
Traver for $1,143.66.
Gust Meline vs C. II. Petersen; suit
on appeal; trial to court and judgmen
affirming decision of lower court en
George E. Dovey vs City of Platts
mouth; defendant has thirty days to
First National banK vs Meyer, Ban
nerin m & Co.; verdict of jury set aside
BB'I m w trla. o d r d.
'iotio.i -for new trial in Thompson
vs M.s-"Uri i'uc.tic lailway s,et for
hearing this evening at 8 o'clock.
Elect New Officers.
The following is a list of the officers
elected by the Imperial Mystic Legion
fo- tde ensing:
Hegent Frank Morgan.
Vice-Regent D. B. Smith.
Treasurer J. M. Leyda.
Secretary E. VV. Fitt.
Outside gna d H R. Gering.
Trustee Dr. E. V. Cook.
MODERN CHICKEN COOPS.
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Smoke "Gut Hell" cigars.
Wurl Bros. "Gut Hell" cigars.
For fire insurance see Thrasher.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Sampson were
The Once Familiar tthn nave Glren Way
to Wire Netting,
Men whoso memories go bock, say.
40 years will remember that in those
days when a man wanted to build a
chicken coop he bought a bundle or two
of laths and built it There are mitfhty
few lath chicken coops built nowadays I Omaha visitors today
T7 V 1m cti nil s-w. -.l. 1 n1, - 1 I
r ". .-u mim,r, Wno Insure Jn the German
jtuepH u iew in nis oaon yam, mattes nis ... , .
coop or runway of poultry netting The rd Lblne''' Aont
chicken house, or shelter, is made of Something nice in printed station-
boards, often of two thicknesses and I ery at THE Nkws office
with tarred paper between, for better
protection from the weather, and with
openings at tho bottom and under tho
projecting roof for ventilation.
jains were c-iieap; iHJUltry netting is
still cheaper. It is made of steel wire,
1 ? 1 -
gaivamzeu, in various wiatns ana in
various Mzesor mesh. The netting most
commonly used is nix feet wide, with a
Louis Blair got a permit today
wed Miss Cora Adella Brobst.
Miss Mollie Ballance returned to
her home in Germanlown today.
Charles Twiss, jr., returned yester-
I day to his home at May wood, Neb.
Mrs. John A. Donelan departed to-
two inch mesh. The chicken raiser nets I day for her homo in Weeping Water.
ALL KINDS OF
up a frame and tacks the netting to it.
Narrow nettings of smaller mesh are
used in various ways to kt p in little
chicks sometimes a foot wide small
mesn ueuiiig ro run arouiui at the l;:so
of the in 1 sure, the regular netting
b ing fi' t above it, thus increasing the
total height of the; netting. Sometimes
tho small mesh netting is run around
inside of the regular netting, thus mak
ing the lower part of the netting double.
Som tim s it is used to make separate
small inclosures within tho large run
way and iierhaps to make a number of
smell inclosures to k' ep separate broods
of chicks apart. Tho narrow, small
mesh netting is made up to three and a
half feet in width.
There is nowadays a use for wiro net
ting in chicken houses. A netting with
a square mesh is laid ou the nx;r of
chicken houses to keep out rats and
Agnes Thrasher is homo after a
week's visit with her aunt at Hills
II. Spies carries n nice line of smoke
ing tobacco in addition to his make f
A lino assortment of briar wood
and fancy pipes very cheap at Spies'
A wedding at Roc k Bluffs of prom
inent pioneer people is billed to come
Ed Murphy finished his holiday
visit home today and departed for
One Minute Cough Cure cures
quickly. Tni-t's what you want! F.
G. Frieke & Co.
Mrs. Faujrht drove in from Murray
There are now many large establish- today and boatded the B. & M. train
ments in this country for the raising of for Phillips, Neb.
1 1 x- - 1 f I
,cKeus tor comm. real purposes. lor Miss Alm;l Tiram, ono t)f lhe (linin?
mat Ki t aim ior ureerung, and mere are
as many men as ever who raise chickens
room girls at the Hotel Plattsmouth,
at home, from the many who keep a is n the sick list today-
few in tho back yard, with a simple Mr. and Mrs. Dar Johnson go over
chicken house and coop, to int n who to Weeping Water tomorrow to attend
raise many chickens and maintain an Odd Fellow's installation.
elaborate plant tor their breeding and
keeping. But under whatever conditions
they are raised, c hickens are rarely seen
nowadays in coops made of laths, such
as were familiar 40 years ago. New
AN ECLIPSE OF THE SUN.
Somber and Terrible Was the Scene at
the Moment of Totality.
Mrs. Mabel Loornis Todd, writing in
The Atlantic of an eel ipso seen in .7a
pan, says: "Just before totality, to oc
cur at 2 minutes after 3 o'clock, I went
over to the little lighthouse, taking
up my appointed station on the sum
mit, an ideal vantage ground for a spec
tacle beyond anything else 1 ever wit
nessed. Grayer and crayer trrew the
Col. Luther Perry Sine, the Carpen-
tor Paper Co. hustler, was in town to
day selling a few tons of paper.
Mrs. Harry Boydston of Nebraska
City was in town yesterday visiting
friends and old-time neighbors.
B. C. Kerr and little girls ate New
Year's dinner with relatives at. Mem
phis and returned home yesterday.
G orge Tartsch got a fall New
Year's day, and is at home sick as a
result of it. II hopes to be out soon
The 1 urners have arranged to teach
a class of boys at their hall on Tues
day ana Thursday nights of each
Wanted Everybody to see tho tin
GERING & CO'S
day, narrower and narrower tho cres
cent of shining sunlight. The sta faded pianos and hear the wonderful Plec
to leaden nothingness. Armiesof crows, traphone on the Everett. W. D
Electric Biiters is a medicine suited
for any se t son, but perhaps more gen
era'.ly needed when the languid, ex
hausted feeiinsr prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A DromDt use of this medicine has
oftefl abated long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine wilt act
more surely in counteracting and free
i,ng the eystem from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness, yield to Electric
Bitters. Fifty cents and $1 bottles at
F. G. Fricke's drug si. re. 1
Card of Thanks.
To the kind friends and neighbors
whose love and sympathy was so gen
erously shown during the late illness
and at the funeral of our husband and
father, we wish to publicly express
our sincere thanks.
Mks. A. Stull and Children.
What do the Children Drink?
Don't give them tea or coffee. Have
you tried the new food drink called
GRAIN-O? It is delicious and nour
ishing and takes the place of coffee.
The more Grain-O you give the child
ren the more health you distribute
through their systems. Grain-O is
made of pure grains, and when pro
perly prepared tastes like the choice
grades "of coffee but costs about i as
much. All grocers sell it 15c and 2oc.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c.
which had pretended entire indiffer
ence, fighting and flapping as usual on
gables and flagpoles with unabated fer
vor, finally succumbed, and flew off
with heavy haste to tho pine forest on
the mountain side. The French man-of-
war disappeared in the gloom, the
junks blended in colorlessness, but
grass and verdure suddenly turned
6trangely, vividly yellow green.
"It was a moment of appalling sus
pense. Something was being waited for.
The very air was portentoua The flocks
of circling sea gulls disappeared with
6trange cries. One white butterfly flut
tered by vaguely.
"Then an instantaneous darkness
leaped upon the world Unearthly night
enveloped all things. With ' an inde
scribable outflaphing at the same sec
ond, the corona burst forth in wonder
ful radiance. But dimly seen through
thinly drifting cloud, it was neverthe
less beautiful, a celestial flame beyond
description. Simultaneously the whole
northwestern sky was instantly flooded
with a lurid and startlingly brilliant
orange, across which floated clouds
slightly darker, like flecks of liquid
flame, while the west and southwest
gleamed in shining lemon yellow. It
was not like a sunset; it was too som
ber and terrible. "
Sane Advice to Voting Artists.
"Don't give in" was abont the gist
of what Sir Wyke Bayliss said to the
English art students in a lecture at the
South Kensington museum. He told
them what ought to be their watchword :
"Do not believe, he said, in the in
sidious lie that the devil is "alwayf
whispering to the soul of the artist
that the golden age of art is past and
that what was done yesterday cannot be
done today, for art is in its decadence.
Such an assertion was the danger of the
time, and he would have them track it
to its source and kill it there. It had
two forms despondency and tempta
tion but he urged them not to be in
fluenced by either. Let their study bf
based upon knowledge, the knowledge
that had accumulated during the ages
and was formulated in what was known
as academic training, and let their
knowledge in turn be based upon their
own study. "
Certainly that is the best of advice.
for what has been done before can be
No Need to Cry.
"Don't cry, Buster, " said Jimmieboy
after the catastrophe "Napoleon didn't
cry every time his brother hit him acci
dentally on the eye. "
"I know that, " retorted Bnster. "Na
poleon did all the hittin on the eye his
3elf. Harper's Bazar.
She Such lovely bargains as there
are at that new place!
She Yes, silks at 18 cents, and in o
store 60 small that a hundred porsrn
crowd it to suffocation! Detroit Jeur
Try Grain-O! Try Graln-O!
Ask your grocer today to show you
package of Grain-O, the new feod
drink that takes tho place of coffee.
The children may drink it without in-
ury as well as the adult. All who
try it, like it. Grain-O has that rich
brown seal of Mocha and Java, but it
is made from pure grains, and the
most delicate stomach receives it with
out distress. One-half the price of
coffee; 15 and 25c. per pnekage. Sold
by all grocers.
Try Wurl Bros'. "Gut Heil" eigars
A. B. Todd is home today from Ox
ford. He expects to return to hi
mining business in the Black Hills in
a few davs.
Don't forget that we sell envelope
printed or unprinted cheaper than
any store in town can handle them
Call arjd see the stock.
G. C. Ferrin of Peoria, Ills., is in
the city selling type-writers and visit
ing his old friend, A. D. Eigenbroadt.
He is accompanied by his wife.
Dr. J. J. Davis, the eye expert, wilt
be at Coleman's jewelry store nex
week. Call and have your eyes fitted
properly. No charge for examinations
Arthur Crisman, who has been
visiting his cousin Morris for a few
days, returned to his home at Piatts
mouth today. Nebraska City News,
The last everinsr's edition of TriE
News stated that the meetings of tho
Woman's club would bo discontinued
for one month, it should be the M. W.
and W. club and not tho Woman's
there s no better flour mrme tnan
n-isel's" Plansi fle-v' manufactured
in this city. Ask y u .-ocor for itT
and thereby get, the be?t and sup
port i Lin iud ulry at the sa.me time,
which builds up the town.
The T. J. Soxol society is making
yreat preparations for their sixth
annuHi mask ball to be sriven at th' lr
hall Saturday evening, January 15,
ISMS. Everybody is inviteo.
Is vour liver tired? does it fail to do
duty? If to, don't negieei its c-ill for
help. A few doses of Heroine may
save you a spell of sickness. H rbiue
is the onlv perfect iivt-r medicine. It
cures Chills ana Fever. 75c.
Prosperity comes quickest to the
man whose liver is in gooi condition
Devvitts Little Early Risers are
famous little pills for constipation
biliousness, inuigestion and all stom
ach and liver troubles F. G. Fricke
J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O., was
for thirty years needlessly tortured by
physicians for the cure of eczema. He
was quickly cured by using DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve the famous healing
salve for piles and skin diseases. F.
G. Fricke & Co.
Mrs. M. B. Ford, Ruddell's, 111.,
suffered for eight years from dyspepsia
and chronic constipation and was
finally cured by useing DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
pills for all stomach and liver troubles.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
There is no remedy equal toHerbine
for the cure of constipation, sick
headache, indigestion, vertigo, loss of
memory, uncertain appilite, unreatful
sleep or skin eruptions, If you want
a perfect tonic for the liver, Herbine
will not disappoint you.
Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg. Pa.
says, "my caiia is worm millions to
me; yet I would have lost her by croup
had I not invested twentyfive cents in
a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure."
It cures coughs, colds and ail throat
and lung troubles. F. G. Fricke & Co-
It is easy to catch a cold and just as
easy to get rid of it if you commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure.
It cu'es coughs, colds, bronchitis,
pneumonia rind all throat ard lung
tro itiles. It is pleasant to lake, safe
to use and sure to cure. F. G. b'ricke
Walker & Pitman at Murray paid
out over $S,0o0 for corn last month
and bought ten car loads the lirot day
of tho present month. Murray is cer
tainly a live grain point, there being
two other good firms doing business
there basido Walker & Pitman.
Mr. and Mrs. Guild entertained a
party of their frieuds last evening
quite elabontely in honor of Mr.
Guild's brother, who was here from
the east. Lovely refreshments were
ser ved and a delightful evening was
spent at one of the most hospitable
homes in the city.
J. ne public library received a very
acceptable New Year's gift from Miss
Harriet Fulmer of Chicago, of four
nicely bouud volumes of popular works.
The titles,'Micah Clark" "Quo Vadis"
and two of Everdon's Representative
Men and Miscellanies, will ensure
their popularity, there being more
demand for "Quo Vadis" than any
Look of the year. Miss Fulmer w;ts a
former resident of Plattsmouth and
her kind remembrance as shown by
her gift is most gratifying.
ARE PLEASING THEIR AUDIENCES
London Lady Speaks in Glowing Terms
of the Little Dovey Sisters
The following extract taken from a
letter recieved by Mr. G. F. S. Bur
ton of this city from his sister who re
sides in London, will prove interesting
to the many friends and admirers of
Ethel and Alice Dovey:
"I must tell you with what delierht
I witnessed the performance of those
dear little Americans the Dovey sis
ters at the concert given at Steinway
hall on January 10. It was a most un
fortunate day, pouring rain from early
morning until late in the afternoon,
which undoubtedly prevented many
people from attending. Those who
were there, however, gave Ethel and
Alice a very hearty reception. They
looked so sweet and unaffected stand
ing close together on the stage not
the least nervous or self conscious;
their fresh young voices blending so
harmoniously in the always pleasing
duet The Venetian Boat Song' which
they sang most charmingly eliciting
o-reat applause. They both have in
their voices the note so raroly heard,
but which so surely denotes the true
artistic quality of a re il singer, i. e.,
tho sympathetic note, and I could not
restrain the tears as I looked at the
delicate, flower-like faces of these
winsome little lassies and thought of
their parents so far aw iy across the
Atlantic. Later in the programme
Alic sang 'La Baisee' which also de
lighted the audience, an encore being
insisted on. At the end they appeared
ag.tin in costume, portraying a scene
from 'The Hunchback' whieh pleased
t'ie people very much indeed. The
Duke of Coburg had sent twe guineas
and the Duke of Westminster five
guineas, while your ambassador's wife,
Mrs. Hay, under whose patronage the
concert was given, had bought several
pounds worth of tickets, but was un
able to attend as she was received at
Windsor Castle that day. How proud
Plattsmouth people must be in claim
inr these dear children as her own.
predict a most brilliant future for
INFORMATION AND OFIMONS.
To Appeal to the Supreme Court
SAN Fkancisco, Jan. 3. Contrary
to general expectations, the attorneys
for W. II. T. Durrant, tho condemned
murderer of Blanche Lament, did not
appear in the federal court today to
renew their efforts to secure a stay of
execution on behalf of their client.
The action led to a rumor to tho effect
that they had abandoned all further
hope of saving Durrant's neck, but
this they strenuously deny, stating
that they are too busily preparing to
apply to the supreme court of the
United States direct fcr a stay of pro
ceedings to waste time in fruitless ap
peals to the state and federal courts.
Hear the Phonograph Free
By making a 5 cent purchase or
over you get a ticket good for one
FREE selection, good till January
1 at Phonograph Parlor E. A.
Oliver's old stand.
Stands at the Head.
Aug J. Bogel, the leading druggist
of Shreveuort, La., says: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thint- that
cures my cough, and it is tho best sel
ler I have. J. F. Cambell, merchant
of SafTord, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is all that is claimed
for it; it never fails, and is a sure cure
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
I cannot say enough for its merits."
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds is not an
experiment. It has been tried for a
quarter of a century, and today stands
at the hoad. It never disappoints.
Free trial bottles at F. J. Fricke's
C. Sholtz, the Sixtli street Hour and
feed merchant, has just received a
car of nice upland hay. It will pay
those in need of good hay to give him
a c ill. -
Nothing more appropriate for
a present than a nice pair of
slippers. We have 'em in all
styles and colors either Felt,
Leather or Embroidered from
rjg 65 cents up.
04 Call and see 'em and get your
M wife, daughter, mother, father
S or brother a very useful X-mas
1 ROBERT SHERWOOD,
raj FOOT MILLINER. Plnttsmoutli Neb
.. THE LEADERS ..
Dr. Shipman will examine tho eyes
of school children free of charge Sat
urday afternoons from 2 to 1 p. m.
Dr. Elster, Watennau block, for
(Special notices under this head will be
charffeu for at the rate of cent per word
IN THE GROCERY TRADE
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
npHEY carry the largest and most complete line in ( ;ss county, f Hvery
thing fresh and new. They pay cash fm-our goods and give the ' f eusto
mors the advantage of special discounts. A complete line of canned goods
always in slock. Tho only place in t ie city where you can get all kinds of
fresh Cheese. Call and see us.
A. H. WECKBACH & E Waterman BIk.
PATRONIZE : HOME : INDUSTRIES
;OK SALE A house, to be moved away.
: i 'i ii ,i it '
quire ui 1. n. rouocK.
I CST On Sunday last
Li Icnecht's office and Henry H
beiween Dr. Schild
old s store, a
will please leave at
SEWING All kinds of plain and fancy sewing,
dressmaking:, repairing ol gents' and boys1
tioiues aone pi me rooms ol .Mrs. cjnlia Mier
man, over Cosies' hardware store, 418 Mai
lif ANTED Active, sober and trustworthy man
I to travel tnrougrn tins section. Salary aw i
moa:h, payable weekly, and expenses; spiendi
opportunity. Adiress SMEPP company, 1LTJ
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
1fZ( Acre f rm one-half mile from Mynard
1UU Splendid land. Good buildings. Prici
CJA Acre farm, two miles west of Mynard
uv Large nouse.oarn ana lots oi outbuilding
Good young orchard. All in cultivation. Price
." per acre.
IRA Acre farm, four miles west of Mynard
lUU Nine room house. Good land, ninniiij
water. Price $40 per acre-
OA Acre farm. Splendid house and outbuild
OU ings: hne land Four miles west of Platts
mouth, Price Sou per acre.
I neat S-room cottage; good location; cistern
TT and city water. $1ii0.
"J Acres; all in fruit. Splendid six-room cottage.
lJ isearsliops. irice JKtou.
A Koom house and good barn. Two large lots.
Qt Acre farm
OU good buildings.
Otoe county. Good land and
All the Klond.vke stories that have
ever been told are at a discount in the
presence of the whaler who reports
that the anchor of his ship became
gold-piated while it rested in the mud
off the Arctic coast. The north pole
may be worth all that it is costing,
Attornej s for Durrant are still fight-
ng to prolong the life of the worth
less cur. and if substantial Justice
were done the attorneys should
swing from the same scaffold, isuch
peck-sniffian varments are a disgrace
to modern courts of justice.
This is great weather for the Om
aha contractors who are working on
the trans-Mississippi exposition build
ups, as it enables them to push to an
Notice to Water Takers.
The semi-annual water bills for
water from January 1, 1S98, to July 1,
18U8, and all meter bills and service
bills are now due and payable at the
office of the water company. All per
sons knowing themselves to be in
debted to the water company wiil
piease call and settle. .
Plattsmouth Watek Co.
T. H. PollocK, Receiver.
I OTS of bargains in city property and acre
Ll tracts. l.H. rULLULK,
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Over First National bank, Pla tsmouth, Neb.
Dr. Alfred Shipman,
Eye, Ear and Glironic
Office 511 Main St., Leonard Bldg.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Accurately fitted, eyes tested free by new and
improved methods. Consultation in ail chronic
diseases free. 1 otters of inquiry promptly ans
wered. Dr. Shipman refers with pleasure to thousands
of patients in Nebraska.
Plattsmouth. Neb.. Oc . I. iw.
Dr. Shipman Dear Sir: I gladly endorse
your method of Siting glasses. The prescrip
tion bi-ioca!s vou had ground for m; renders
both near and d stant vision perfect.
E. 11. Ebersole.
I was severely afflicted with bleeding pfles: be
came so week from loss ol blood that I could not
attend to ni y business. 1 had tried many reme
dies and received no benefit. Alter taking treat
ment of Dr. Shipman I am entirelv well. It
lias been five years since I was treated bv him.
H. C. McMaken.
Four years ago I contracted a severe case of
catarrh; several specsalisis fa; ed to iie!p me.
Dr. Shipman cured me w.th pleasant remedies,
and there has been no return of the disease.
Alvina B. Johnson.
GET THE BEST...
made in the state. Also everything to be
foundin a first-class Hardware Store at
prices which are riht.
21 Inch Steel Air Tight Stove
A Fine Russia Air Tight Stove
24 Inch Steel Air Tight Stove
24 Inch Russia Air Tight Stove-
28 Inch Steel Air Tight Stove
28 Inch Russia Air TightStove-
THESE PRICES CANT EE BEAT IN OMAHA Oil ANYWJIKRK ELSE.
S. B. HALL & SON,
South Sixth Street, - - Plattsmouth, Neb.
est for the Money
3$I PER YEHR 3-
00 bjys a Fine Violin
, -,j , a;: J Complete Outfit.
- :l CO buys a Mandoline
r . I'irdseye Maple, Mahogany or Rose
wood Finish. Fully guaranteed
CO buys An American Guitar,
j i guaranteed to stand. Stel
strings, in Mahogany or Rose
SEXD FOR CATALOGUE OP SHEET HCSIC.
?550 buys a $100 Organ.
Kimball Pianos s Oigans
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Pianos, little used, for $50. $60. $80 to $100.
Writ for CaUlofQM and oar Unns. FACTOKI PRICES.
A. HOSPE, JR., 1513 Douglas Street, DHAKA, KEB.
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