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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1898)
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Any advertisement not founded on Merit is valueless. When we set forth cut
and in reaching out for your business, ve make ourselves alive to its requirements,
doubt, no lack in Quality or Value. We are a dependable source to all who wish t
Prints and Domestics.
Foil months thu work of I'liici: ruil buying h is gone
our counters a. lot of Staple Merc h d nd i.-o which v. o ;ii't: a'uh
most remark-: hie prior. s in our hi-'.ory.
.'.()) Js Si in pson'.s l.ilaek and While prints, (be.-it mud")
1 cast; iiam-, back Printed Flauneis, ie.
S7 pii'Wis "Vicuti i'' and "liu-sian Fleeced" extra heavy
Btts, at exactly lh ir wholesale cnot 7e a yard.
I wim) .'10-inch I'eicale, heavy cloth, at 7c ; yard.
1 chm) Sot pen ti no t rp' in all high colors and beautiful
for comforts, formerly sold at i!0c a yard but bought by u
onabics us to Sell it at 7e a yard.
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Outing and Shaker Flannels.
'1 cases "Knglish I' lannelott-," a typical ltlc cloth, at Sac. 1 ioa m i ful, soft.
Hooey ff'ioils i soeoially adapted lor nilit gowns.
( 1 1 1, i 1 1 Fl a n n; Is, Shaker Flannels, Cotton I'lantu'l.-t and other oods in
this class. VV'o have excidlont values at ;5ic, !:, .le, (ic, and 7c.
I Si tr a-sortment of Standard Fast Color I'rints in (hTrnan Iliii"-,, Tip key
Jleds, Itobo Styles, l'incy Dress Sty Iff, Solid Colors, etc. Sold el sc W ii.-i o ; t
from 5o to 7c, uur price for ontiro assortment 4c yard.
Wo have received an entirely new and an exceptionally vond line of
Tiiblo Liuen.s and Towels direct from importers at price very much imiL r
any thing' that wo hiiva been abio to olTe-r before. If you need .i:ythinr
this line, ;ivo us a call and let us price them for you. Our ;-p.tco here is too
Dress Goods and Silk Dep't.
All tho latest and popular styles ai d shades in l)- o-s C nwb, at a i ;ii'c of
prices from lOcayaid for a half-woo', doubte-foUl Novelty tnl oHa Jtird lor
hih-elass Imported Crepons..
Two Special Dress Goods Bargains.
1 counter full of all-wool, :i('-iiich Novelties, worth, up to 50e. Viuir choice
L'.-ic a yard.
1 counter full of :'G inch, Toe to tl XovclUei. Your choice fo -lit,;.
a lie h. st e ul.'ct'.ou . t bu.-is to no c
JouiHl oui.-ioe o! ! j i: . 1 1 1 or vui ( na, in
I J.uck r .itici-'s. I i.'in
;nid Hvenin- Twit-. ? J most cor,-. '-U- t
M .ill's. ' ii
? ai.d Winter I ' ! w :
A pretly lino of T.ippatas all t-ill-:,
very popular for underskirts linine-1, t
waist-, eti;. , worth usually 7 v Nour i J
choice ':. j I
A bitr pM.-ehiise of Ilaek roedes, 1
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wear by the c i
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Ladies5, Misses' and ,w J
At Pricv-; Miwh Under the Omuhrt iCxjosi;
f ' ' jTji eal, lilac k Martin, .'
vAMlcliLuLb (AlinV, -nd. in fact, a!! th 1'..;
Kaii.i.:"!!! in price from..
$!.0, $2.00 and $2.50 to
t -7' "Call or write for our Catalogue - . . -
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l'-.ncy Sil for ti '.iniiiine- and waist-, etc. a! from l'!
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DEATH OF AlARIGN WATERS
MRS. O. F. UTTERBACK
Has opened a select line of Millinery in the basement of the
Bank of Cass County Building, consisting of
Latest Styles in Hats & Bonnets
RIBBONS, ORNAMENTS AND TRIMMINGS
The nicest line of velvets, in all the late shades, suitable
for dress trimming, to be found in the city. Our prices are
low, and with an expert trimmer, we hope to merit a iair
share of your trade. Please call and inspect our stock before,
purchasing. "We can save you money.
MRS.O. F. UTTE
UNDER BANK OF CASS COUNTY
FOR FINE FOOTW
There is no place like
pass Ij3 E3S
The best class of goods to be found in
Omaha are here at from $1 to $2 cheaper
per pair. We make a specialty of High
Grade Shoes in the Latest Styles. We are
glad to have you come in and see our stock
WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT.
An Immense Line of FALL and WINTER SHOES in,
that will suit all classes of purcasers.
We paid the CASH and will give you the
benefit of heavy DISCOUNT.
COME IN AND SEE US...
413 Main Street, - Plattsmouth, Neb.
Tlie Victim of the Kunsway A c-'.'.c!it Did
at Sewn O'clock IjUsL Js'iAiil.
Marion W;uers, after the accident
reported yesterday, rein?iined i..U'.oi
seious. until seven o'clock ist eveniny
when le:ith c:ime to hi-:- rc;ii.. !'. Tlie
l';ct tsint lie inutlered inooherently
heriiiny some one not to stop the Lorse
and not to kick, him caused ni my to
think he h;uT been the, .vieiiiu of foul
ii;iy.and had been tiutreii.
The chief of police iave-tiyiited the
mutter thoroughly this moruiu. Jtnd is
convinced Lhat notiiin of the i;ind oc
curred, lie found that the horse was
runninjr on the read when it passed
Mrs. Ktiiiiincklo's. house omo distance
south of tLc top of Winlet'steen iiill,
and that, she distinctly heard a man
say v. ilea and try to stop the horse,
which made; considerable noise. Mr.
Mori is-ey then followed the course of
tlie buLfy and found where it struck a
telephone pole with "''eat foice just a
few rods south of the top of the hill
and pieces cf the buggy wheels were
found near by, while about fifteen feet
further on was where tho body of the
injured man was found. lie had a
watch and some change in his pockets
which were not touched, and the indi
cations are that he tiied as the tesuit
of injuries sustained by being- terown
from the buggy with such furce as to
fracture his skull. The deceased was
a-brother-in-law of J ames Iligiey aud
had no enemies that anyone ever
heard of, so that the theory of foul
play is without any foundation.
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A coroner's inquest will beheld over
the remains of the late Marion Wateis
at four o'clock this evening-, to learn
tlie cause of the young man's death.
i uneral Service.
The funeral of Marion Waters will
tttKe place from the Christian church
in this city at 10: 0 a. m. tomorrow,
fcl der Dungan will otliciate.
Wheat sustained another advance
of a cent and cios-.'d at iiii for Decem
ber aud 0 it for May. Corn advanced
u early a cent and closed at 30 for
December and 3-i for May.
An enthusiastic democratic news
paper has placed a presidential ticket
ill the field, as Bryaa aud Uowey.
Since the so it mouey cranks have
labelled the meiu.a-y of JelTrson and
Jackson, who are unab.o to oeiend
their names, they have grown quite
told. Dewey's brother says that the
admiral is a life-long- republican and
ti head a demt.-cralic ticket, especially
a free silver one, is the last thing in
the world the hero cf Manila would
think of doing.
A (MH'er Il!r:-se Thief.
A lli'i'inm wao usi-d to keep boo.;
up at Schuyler by the name of
st. ie a., horse and i.tuggy
from I he Palace Stables in Omaha s:m
i .1 t.nr-t inn in e-.r,!.-. I'.'
hi ug.y work and the
he liad start- a
to purfiio and ivlcut.:d. This after-
no.m Lo came over to l'J at tsmout h , '
hunted up Sheriff Wheeler and ga vo
the hi.Vuirv of liis crime and ;uiceu to
bo tak-n into custody. The sherilV : (i'j
teleplionod the authorities at Otr.aha. ! ;;;;
who said his story was correct so fa r ;
as they knew, and he will be held un-j 7"
til the sheriff of Douglas county comes ; --
after him this evening. The fellow i
f Li t
speaks seven languages, and does not
look like a horse thief. lie lost his
job trying to enlist in the army and
explains, that he got led astray.
Ilipe Tomatoes for Christinas.
Sirs. C. Ii. S. says, in American Ag
riculturist: Before frosts come pi-k
all sound green fruit from the viii-s,
and carefully wrap each one in a Gx';
inch sheet of white wax paper, taking
care not to twist as in packing oranges.
Spread out in a single layer on trays
or in shallow boxes, and places in a
partial light in a cellar. To hasten
ripening they may occasion illy be
ovnn-p.l to th sun half an hour at a
time. (Jnee a weei; i examine ana
pick out the red or.es and those that
may decay. This may be done easily
as the transparency of the paper does j -f
not necessitate unwrapping. Thus 1 LL1:!
have a constant supply of plump, pi;!- j
atable and beautiful tomatoes U.l
Christmas, usually with trilling e
seats for .Ale Kin ley.
One thousand seats have been
served in the auditorium, where I' res
ident McKmley speaks, for the Feder
ation of Woman's Clubs, and admisiou
badges for these seats are now on sale
at He fold's store. No woman will
have a r -served seat unless she gets a
bad pre-: they will nor, be on s.Ue in
Omiihn, and no seats will be held after
two v. m.
L iti L C O ii
Fur this occasion the Burlington
,v ill make a rate of 4o cents for round
'rip to Omiha. Tickets sold Octot-er
17, :tid IS, and rao. ning trains of the
HUh. Attention is ca.ied to the fact
October IT. is I. O. O. F. day, and
October IS, is A. O- U. VV. day at the
exposition. W. L. Pickett, Agt.
A prize will be awarded the yourg
lady ma ;ing the best display in the
Merchant's Carnival tonight. Fifty
f.ur of the leading business firms. are
in tho race. Every bnd- go. Admis
sion onlj- '2j cents; children 15 cents.
Foil Sale A good bedroom suit.
Call at this ofiio.
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::ho- Store. ilSf
..vo wee, sloppy
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''C, $1.00, $1.10,
l in rough out 0.
ZVtifi RIP. SEE 0
Co a t u;i c tor
-'- i'. j:i ol KeseLce
. iijcutjr work, in any
:-.y. ;.. n or ad-ires....
I li i'i-.RKIXS HOUSE,
F. K. GUTHMANN, Prop.
; 1 and 51.50 -oer Dau
Centrally Located and Com
. A i'i ..lui.1 f ti,' RBRASICA
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