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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1898)
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD
A Big" Line to Select From at
Suits up to 8 yr sizo, $1.00.
Suits up io 18 yr sizo, $3.50.
Suits up to 12 yr size, $1.50.
A nobby up-to-date suit, S2.50,
l?sitalh sold for $4.00.
)DS Special Sale for a Short Time.
A nice line of Plaids at 2'c, suitable for comfortables.
36-inch Percales, dark styles, at 5c, to close out.
NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
The N i co s c as Weil as the Largest Line of
Ever Shown in Cass County
k Pull Line of Sailors and Walking Hats.
We can suit everybody in Style and Price.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL
KH 1 MbN I 33 S UK
Opposite Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth.
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CIAIj SALE 3
g ON FALL DRESS GOODS ! 1
We have placed on our counters a big lot of Pall and Winter Dress Goods
Below Cost to Close Out Outck. Here are a Few of our Prices:
ALL WOOL NOVELTIES FORMER PRICE 8;C
ALL V. OOL NOVELTIES FORMER PRICE GOC
ALL WOOL NOVELTIES FORMER PRICE 5)C
all wool novelties former prick -ioo
i'AXCV WOOL NOVELTY DRESS GOODS
-" 'C' cK' --
This is the Greatest Opportunity you have this Season to buy a good Fall or
Winter Dress at a Remarkable Low Price on account of the big Advance in all
Woolen Goods. We have on Displa- b- far the Finest Line of Dress Goods
Ever brought to the City, comprising all the Newest Novelties in
BLACK CREPOXS, from 50c to SI. 98 per yard, SATIN BERBERS,
HENRIETTAS, SERGES, BRILLIANTINES, POPLINS, VENE
TIANS, SUITINGS. COVERTS AND BROAD CLOTHS. NEW
Plaids, Latest Designs. All the latest designs in Colored Dress Goods at the
. We call special aUention to our elegant line of Silks and Dress Trimmings. New Braids from 5c
Ier ya.nl up. Parasols, we oiV-r Special Hargiiu.s at SI. 00. $1.33, 1 50, $1.75, $1.85, $2.00 and $2 50
g1- to close. New Line of Outing Flannels 5e. Ronnie Doon Flanneh (the new material for Dressing 2
, Saeqnes. .itc.,) 10c. Flannels for Wrappers. Te. Best Quality of Prints, including SIMPSON'S at 5c -m
S ALL DEPARTMENTS NOW COMPLETE 3
CARFE TS On Oct. 4 we will have our new line of Carpets ready for inspection. Oa account of
our large business in this depart mc-nt last spring we have put in a still larger stock this fall and
will comprise an elcgmt line of Moquetts, Axniiusters, Velvets, Brussels and Ingrains at very Low m
Prices. SUOH DEFT. Free Tablets and Fencils with all Schoel Shoes. We are having a special
sale of Ladies' Slippers at 50c and 7oc. Our new line of the celebrated Budd Hand Sewed Childrens -.m
Shoes just reeoivj l. Wil.VL'FEIiS The largest line in the city. New styles in Flannelettes, Per- 5
cales, Calicos, &e. Visit our Grocery Department, inspect the Finest Display of Lamps we hare
ever shown in the city at prices from 1. .'!." to $10.
Any Kind of Dress..
IF A LADY WEARS
A Ha t
It is therefore Important to Know where the
HANDSOMEST LINE OF MILLINERY
may be found ....
tyLrs. ilj. fl. Street
Certainly deserves the palm, for 'tis there you
will find the most elegant line of Pattern Hats,
Velvet Trimmings, Plumes, Ribbons and Orna
ments ever shown in Cass county.
And suited to the most exacting tastes. Prices
are Right. Come and S.'e.
MRS. M. A. STREET,
411 Main Street Plattsmouth, Nebraska
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Four weeks from next Tuesday is
Kou SALE A good bedroom suit.
Call at this office.
The B. & M. pay car is bulletined to
Foil SALE Two good farm wagons.
Enquire of J. W. Holmes, Hock UlulTs.
AH Til KY COMlC AM) JO.
Aujjust Bach was buying goods in
J. L. I'olk was in the city a t-hrrt
time this morn in v.
S. Euzzell and wife wen; Omaha vis
itors this morning.
Win. Koval. sr., made his first visit
to the exposition today.
T. II. Pollock und wif j were exj.osi-
tion visitors this afterr.oon.
The Gut Ileii continues to head tho
list as a fine 5-cerit ciffar. Ask for no' Mrs. Shrvoek and d-tughter are
1)tner j visiting friends in Omaha tolay.
Aek your dealers for the "White DMont Streignt took the civil service
Sailor"cigar. manufactuied by Frank ! examination in Oa aha yesterday.
Neimau. ! Mrs. Harry Dickinson made her first
A cood UDrieht boiler and engine ! visit to the exposition tins morning
Enquire of J.
for sale cheap.
Hon. E. J. Burkett speaks at Berlin !
A. W. White was attending to busi
ness in the metropolis this afternoon.
Sheriff , Wheeler, Robert Probst and
tomorrow afternoon and at Dunbar in Robert Vass were Omaha visitors to-
St. Marv'a Guild is making prepa-
Tourtelotte did business in
to eastern Iowa.
returned home this
rations for another doll carnival to be j Omaha this morning, returning on the
held soon. noon train.
Quinces, Dears, peaches, sweet Chas. Vroman and family came in
apples and New York crapes at Ben- ,' this morning from a two weeks' visit
nett & Tutt's.
The only original Cole A' Cole air
tight heating ctoves at Ebinger Hard- i
If vou van t. smoke the best t-y
Wutl Bros. Gut Heil. Trie finest 5
cent cigar mae.
We h;id seven kinds of weather be
fore noon today and what may follow
would puzzle III Hicks.
If you don't ee the Gut TJeil cigar
call for it, and get the best 5 cent ci
gar in the market.
Cah puid for hind picked apples at
F. T. Davis C-. Union B ock, Tlatts-
A full line cf Lisk's anti-ruet tin
ware, warranted fcr five years, at Eb
inger Hardware Co.
Anew back for an old one by using
Dr. Sawyer?s Ukatine for kidney ail
ments. A. W. Atwood.
Tho Wor d's best o cent cigar, Wurl
Bro. Gut Heil, strictly Union made.
Every dealer hand-os them
Andy Broback is moving in the
rooms recently occupied by C. W.
Sherman over the Ebengcr Hardware
J. II. Thrasher, tho rustling real
estate merchant, has just had a beauti
ful pair of back steps tilted to his of
fice. Tho Cass county jail is empty, and
except for an occasional city prisoner
it has not had an inmate for several
Tho Department store,for fenr there
will be another fljod, has had tho lot
in the rear o" the store filled in so as
to keep out water.
The live stock show now on at the
exposition is said to be the best ever
nude in the United States. Every far
mer should attend.
Elmer Woodruff and Homer Reed
of company B, Third Nebraska, are
reported quite sick in the h' spkal at
their camp in Florida.
Chief of Police Morrissoy suc
ceeded in raising $7.30 for Mrs.
Enright this morning, and transpor
tation to Nebraska City.
A! Marshall of Weeping Water is
going buck to his first love, Avoca, to
run a drug store. Al. is a first class
druggist acd will make it win.
Chas. Marten has accepted the
agency for Plattsmouth for the United
States laundry, of Omaba, which does
the best of work, and at reasonable
The frionds of George II. Crosby in
this city will be grieved to. learn of
the death of his son, Paul, who was a
member of a Minnesota regiment at
You will live to tell the tale how
vou was entirely cured of constipation, j
dyspepsia, biliousness and liver
troubles, by taking Dr. Sawyer's
Little Wide Awake Pills. A W.
E. M. Weil, supreme organizer fcr
United Moderns, is in the city today
morning from a hasty business visit to
Mrs. Carrie Code of Ogden, Uiah,
is visiting her cousin, Mis. Phil liar
rison in this city.
Will Porter, late of Council Bluff?,
now rosiding at Mynard. was in tho
city on business today.
Mr. and Mrs Birber of Lincoln are
visiting over Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Kemps ter.
W. G. Curtis is here f om Wyoming
on a visit to his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Milly Curtis, and family.
Mrs. Wm. Eikenbarryof Union, and
Mrs. Snedeker of Benkleman, are
guests of Mrs. L. D. Bennett.
Charles Banning and wife of Ne-
hawka were in town yesterday visit
ing Mrs. Banning's parents.
Mrs. C. Ripple came down today
from Louisville for a vi-it with her
daughter, Mrs. Oswald Guthman
tap. uarnes, wno nas been down
with typhoid fever fo twelve weeks,
is now able to be up and around again
Dr. J. A. Hassameier and H. E
Pankonin, of Louisville, are doing
business at the county's big house tc
Albert Egenberger. who has been
working at his trade in Omaha for the
past two months, returned home this
Dr. Milton Morrow rf Memphis re
turned home this morning, attor a
vijit with his. pa eats, Mr. and Mrs
R. R. Steele :ind O. F Sut herland,
who have been visiting the latter's
Hunt, Mrs. LaFol'ott, and family, de
parted today for their home, n--ar In
John Wesley Barnes, one of the
early day residtn'a of Piattsinoutb,
was in town todav looking no older
than he did twontv ye irs ago. He is
now a resident of Lincoln.
Hon. E. J. Burketf, the next con
gressman, Hon. E. M. Pollard and A
L. Dittmar were in :he city today and
made the NEWS a pleasant call. They
are making a winning c irapaign.
Insure in the German American.
EVwA Ebi?er, Ajfent.
AND SO ARE
While the nipping frosts of winter
may not have nipped you yet, and the
weather is slightly backward, prices
here are so interesting and the bene
fit of early selection is so obvious as
to make it quite proper to begin to do
yourbuying early. Count upon find
ing it just as we tell it. You are
bound to save money on everything
Mpn's Suits you buy here" We
j vl havo always held
and OverCOatS. the front rank in
our lines and our present stock sur
passes anything that we have ever
before had to offer. The skill of the
tailor has been put to its severest
test, the markets of the world have
been sought for the best productions
of cloths, the art of the designer has
been drawn to its fullest extent and
variety. Freshness, goodness and
desirability are combined in the high
est possible degree, but ti e most at
tractive feature of all is the price
SUITS AT ST.50
That would ordinarily lrinf SHUN).
SUITS AT SIO.OO
That, have Never lefore Been OfTered at
Less Than SI 5.
...IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADK llKRK...
WHKTIIKK YOU BUY AT
$5.00, $10.00 or $15.00.
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Ed. Lutz h is i double in town in the
person of W. L. "With row who is ac
costed in Germ m everv day and he is
a little lame ou thi.t l.irguage, ard ob
jects to being caller Ed. : nd talked to
in that way, as he ferns the parties
might bo nit.king fuu of him and he
wouldn't krow it. 1 he boys had better
get together nd have an understand
ing. It tnigh ssvc i hem some bad mistakes.
The Odd Fellow of V l ific Junction
will dedicate their new hall a week
from tonight. ;t wi.icii place they ex
pect to have h big time. Many of the
members of the order from heie will
attend. The goat has been well fed
land tome fine bucking is expected
If 'hen Marc zlntojij so id :
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen, -Lend
Me Your Ears ! "
Thcij prohablii did ,so.
Wli ask like indulgence on the part of the people thr
out Cass county. This request is for your jood. a-
as our own.
In the new ....
. ..ORDER OK KXKRCISKS. . .
Wft 1KI)SF0 TO UK
More Afo-ressive, More Progressive.
To Hit Harder, Bore Deeper,
Build Higher, Stone Ballast the Roadbed,
Broaden the Gauge, Use Heavier Rails,
Improve the Equipment,
All of which leads up to what we wish you to do, vi. ---to
Watch Us for Watches.
Jno. T. COLEHAN, Jeweler,
Second Door South of Postoflice, Pksttsmouth.
when his eoat.hip placed upon the
ot. Mnrrav with twenty raemberr". I
which 6tarts out under favorable
Joseph Smith was in the Opinion
office Monday and states that he killed
a large gray eagle southwest of Pacific
Junction last Saturday and that it
measured six feet from tip to tip: It
was sent to Plattsmouth where it will
be mounted in fiue shape. Gleenwood
The T. J. Sok;l Fair to be held at
their hall October 14, and 15, will be
the best ever held here. The com
mittee having th matter in cha.rge
have been quite bu?y spcuting prizes,
and arranging details. Don't forget
the dates, October 14, and 15.
Wood wanted on subscription at the
New lllineru Store
The Finest Line in the City,
Everything- Bright and New,
Direct from the Centers of Fashion,
..Under the Management of .
MISS m NINA m TUCKER
THKRF HAS BEICX OPENED
TO THE PUBLIC
A Fine Line of Millinery,
IN THE UNION BLOCK,
Next door to F. G. Fricke's, which it will pay
you to visit ....
MISS EVANS, a lady of experience, from
the east, will have charge of the Trimming de
partment .... The public invited to call....
MRS. L. J. RANKIN,
Union block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska
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