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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1898)
PECIAL We have a Line of...
Ladies', Hisses', Children's
Worth $1.25, $1.39, $1.50 and $1.75 and will close the lot at SI.OO
One lot CHILDREN'S SHOES at 25c.
DRY GOODS SPedal Salefora Short Time.
A nice li ne of Plaids at 2c, suitable for comfortables.
36-inch Percales, dark styles, at 5c, to close out.
We have Just Received a Large
Fine DMESS GOO
WE CAN SHOW THE HANDSOMEST
LINE IN THE COUNTY.
Special Sale on Underwear
ft a ALL THIS WEEK.
GOOD GOODS AS LOW AS 25c A GARMENT.
Opposite Bank of Cass County, Plattsmouth.
China ware rc
The Nicest Line
Ever Shown in Plattsmouth.
1 LSrvi:iNEI:INE Fancy Lamps I
Every Taste May Be Suited..
..At Astonishingly Low Prices.
AT ASttER GUM'
i First Door East of the Court House,
1 Plattsmouth, Nebraska. j
....Also a Complete Line of....
STAPLE GROCERIES FANY
YOU Are Esoeciallv Invited to Call. ?
0 ' f
Any Kind of Dress..
. IS PASSABLE,
IP A LADY WEARS A XJTo
It is therefore Important to Know where tke
HANDSOMEST LINE OF MILLINERT
may be found ....
tyLts. HJ. p:. 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 See.
MRS. M. A. STREET,
411 Main Street Plattsmouth, Nebraska
i i '
C. A. Marshall, Dentist.
Mrs. Joo Hawksworth. is reported
Foil Salh A gfood bedroom suit.
Call at this odice.
F. T. Davis Co. pay cash for good
butter and fresh eggs. Union Block.
F. K. Guthman is putting in a new
sidowftik in front of the Perkins House
The only original Cole fe Cole air
tight heating stoves at Ebinger Hard
The weather bureau nays rain turn
ing to scow, but we hopo the bureau is
wrong as usual.
A positive guatMntee with every
sack of Elk Him and La Cream flour.
F. T. Davis Co., Uiou Block.
A big cloak sale at our store Satur
day, iSovenahei- 12.
Wl'BL &: OFFET.
A good eight rein house to rent
wita barn and city water in Sucorid
ward, near business portion of city
Enquire of JoiIX WATERMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Crraher of Union
have a new girl, and Grandpa Stought
euborough accepts the honors as
though he had neen a grandpa all
The dancing club will give their
first bad of the season next 'lhursd; y
evening. The Mandolin Club is bet
tar than ever, :;nu will furnish the
James Sepals' little girl complained
that BVank Kaloscek's son, Joe, th-ew
stones at her, and the matter was hav
ing an airing in police court thia after
noon. F. S. White is getting in a car of
the finest potatoes ever brought to
this market. They are the same va
riety, and from the same place as
The Woman's Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Byron Clark, Thursday
November 3, at 7:30 o'clock. Program
furnished by the Child's Study De
partment. In many seemingly hopeless cases,
comsumption has been averted in
stopping a hacking cough, by the use
of Dr. Sawyer's Wild Cherry and Tar.
A. W. Atwood.
November 23 is the day when George
Spurlock will have important business
to attend to in Missouri. He ought to
be able to enj jy a royal Thanksgiving
dinner on the 114th.
The Mozart Club will meet at the
home of Mis G ss, corner of Eleventh
and Marble streets, Tuesday evening
November, 1st. Those having chorus
books pleasa bring them.
You will never know how quickly
yju can be cured of consumption,
dyspepsia or liver comp'aint, until you
have tried Dr. Sawyer's Little Wide
Awake Pills. A. W. Atwood.
We tall only .what we positively
know when we say "Dr. Sawyer's Ar
nica nnd Witch Ilnzel Salvo will rad
ically cure akin diseases, cczcma,pilcs.
burns, scalds, cuts or floh wounds. '
A. W. Atwood.
We do not tell any second baud bods,
springs, mattresses or pillows, or any !
other second hand ftock.
I. l'KAKDUN, l'lattsrnouth,
L -ading Furniture and Stove Dealer.
Eil. Fitzgerald doveloped great
ta.vill as a marksman out west, and is
lid to have killed several antelope
on tho wing. Wo don't buliave, how
ever, that h killed anything, a we
have receivod no proof of it.
WAN'TEP. Local or traveling sales
man to aell our Oils, Creates and P. -
trolatum on commission exclusively,
or hi a side line. Goods guaranteed
and prices low.
Penn Petrolatum Co.,
Coraopolis, Pa. Oil Refiners.
The great exposition closed at mid
night last night with an attendance
for the day of fi 1,000 people. From
what some of the boys say who were
there the midway was a hot place
after twelve o'clock, and hundreds of
people were there until two or three
o'clock this morning.
Let the Journal produce the records
about Judge Newell's $1.25 a day stato
ment. The charge is absolutely falso
in every particular, and we defy thein
to furnish the proof which they say
they can do. The public will soon see
who has lied, if they do not come for
ward with the promised record.
Contractor Sawtelle has twenty
te ims at work on the bridge fill across
tho river a.id a lot more teams arrived
today, so that his force will soon be
doubled. The work will doubtless bo
linished this winter. Tho last of the
work will be performed by a dirt train
which will be loaded on this side by a
The county commissioners are in
sossion and will probably conclude
w net her to pay thel'ost-Journal tax Hat
claim in full or not, and will decide
what to do about the $700 claim of the
Cass County Agricultural Society.
One thing is certain, ono member on
tho board, in the person o J. C.
Hayes, will stand up for taxpayers
and ugaint tax eaters.
W. II. Newell pays bettor wages in
his quarry than is paid either at No
hawka, or in Sarpy county, we are in
formed by a man who works for Mr.
Newell, and every man who ever
worked for him is his most stalwart
supporter. Two democrats now em
ployed here in the B. & M. shops, who
used to wark for Newell, make no se
cret of their support of him for the
AH Til KY COMK AN I) UO.
II. N. Dovcy was in Omaha this
Dr. J. V. Foster, of (Jrornwood, was
in town today.
It. D. Windham was attending to
business in tho metropolis today.
Elder Dungan and wife wont to Lin
coln tliis morning to attend a dintrict
John Burne and wife were in from
Center precinct today doing anine
trading and visiting old friends.
Miss Edith Pattersos returned homo
thia morning from an extended viait
with friend at Chicago and Evauaton.
Mra. W. H. Daring did not return
to Norfolk aa etated in laat eveninga
NeT3, but ia in the city for a further
visit with her many friends here.
Jared Core was in town from Center
precinct today and made the NEWS a
pleasant call. He reports the republi
cans out his way very much alive.
Jake Breckenfeld went out to Have
lock this morning, and expects to lo
cate there in the sweet subsequently
if he can get a position in the shops
which suits him.
L. J. Mayfield, editor and proprietor
of the Louisville Courier, waa in tho
city today on business. Uo reports his
precinct in good shape for tho entire
Mrs. F. It. Guthman and Mrs. Jos.
Droega returned last evening from a
pleasant visit with relatives and
frieuds in Western C iss and EisUrn
Dr. Cherry and wife, oi Okiah ina,
aro here on a visit with James Walker
and family, of Murray, Mrs. Cherry
being a cousin of Mrs. Walker. The
doctor is a prominent cattleman of
that territory and brought a hunch of
cattle to Kansas City last week.
Try Umiii-O! Try (iritin-O!
Ask j'our grocer today to show you
a package of GKAlN-o, tho new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without in
jury as well as tho adult. All who
try it, like it. ORAIN-O has that rich
seal brown of MocOa and J;;va, but it is
made from puro grains, and tho most
de'icate stomach receives it without
distress. One-fourth the price of
coffee, loc and 25 ds per package.
Sold bv all grocers.
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ltutkleu's Arnica 8alve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
burns, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe
ver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or monoy refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
F. G. Fricke
Uncle Dave McCaig is growing
young again, and wo advise the gay
"widders" to look out for him. He
rod over from Wabash to Ashland on
his bicycle and came to l'lattsrnouth
on the B. & M. train as gay and
chipper as a boy of fourteen. He is
all right every way except a clouded
imagination when it comes to matters
You Can't Afford to Chance It.
A heavy cold may load to pneumonia
or consumption. Foley's Honey and
Tar taken in time afiords perfect se
curity from serious results. F. G.
Frioke & Co.
To the Far mers.
For the farmers, and townspeople,
too, Schi ipp case will serve a first
class oyster stew on Saturday and
Sunday for 15 cents per dish firt
class in every particular.
Those wishing hair chains or hair
wc:-k of any kina done, will please
leave their orders with Miss Adams
at Dovey'a store.
Mrs. A. H. Knee.
Superintendent Line, of the Ne
braska Telephone company, was in the
city this Biorning looking after the
local office which has been greatly im
proved. The central has been removed
to the south sample room at the Kiley,
and Miss Nettie Morgan has been se
cured as operator. A new switch
board has been put in large enough
for one hundred subscribers to take
the place of the old one that only car
ried fifty. The central starts out today
with fifty-two phones in operation, and
Mr. Lane informs us that thirty more
have been contracted for and will be
put in at once. The company expects
to have one hundred cubcr ibers before
tho first of Janua-y.
Delays are Dangerous.
Many ot your friends, or people
whom you know cf have contracted
consumption, pneumonia or other fatal
diseases by neglect of a simple cold or
cough Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe.
sure and pleasant cough medicine,
would have saved them. It is guaran
teed. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A full line of Lisk's anti-rust tin
ware, warranted for five years, at Eb
inger Hardware Co.
Furnished or uufurnfshed n oms for
rent. Enquire at 1006 Main street.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, ) In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of John Walter Haines,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, betore me, county judge oi uass coum
Nebraska, at the county court room in r'atts
month in said county, on the 31st day of May A,
1 iKoa ut On'rlnrV A. M.. for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, adjust
ment ana allowance, six inon us aic muwea
for the creditors of said deceased to present their
claims from the 30'h day of December, ls'JS.
Witness my hand and seal ot said county
court at Flattsmoutn. iseDraiita, mis, isi aay oi
November, A. D.
George M. Spurlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
OILY A PEW WOEDS.
THE MORE YOU SAY, THE LESS
JOE & FRANK,
The People's Clothiers,
Will sell Overcoats, Suits, Underwear,
Shirts, Ties, Hats and Caps at Prices
that no other house in America can
Please step in and take a look at our
Stock and Prices before you buy.
Have you seen our 50c All Wool
JOB & FRANK,
Waterman block, - Plattsmouth, Neb
Have You a Whim 1
About the Kind of Undcrwcsir
You Wcur? Have You a Reason
Why a Certain Kind is Not Co:n
forttsble? We can Kralify your
Whim or Cater to Ya:ir Com
COTTON -FLEECED -For thoso
who find it uncomfortable to wear
Woolens, at 50c, 75c and $1.00 a
garment. Also Balbriggri11 ribbed
at 50c. Brown and Ecru.
CAMEL'S HAIR -The burn? a e
removed from the garments by a
patent process, and they will not
irritate the s!in. They aro 0c, 7f;:,
$1.00 and SI. 50 a garment.
NATURAL WOOL Here wo have
the widest and finest vario'y we
ever had to offer our patrons. The
prices run from 50c to $2.00.
UNION SUITS - Maybe you have
never worn this kind. Well, you'll
be like the othnr fellow "Wouldn't
have any other kind" if you will
just put on one suit. Prices with
in reach of all $1.25 to $2.50.
G. E. II
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Jkro You in
Of anything in the line of
Watches, Jewelry, Sterling Silver
Goods, Silverware, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Cut Glass, etc. If so, save
money by calling on us.
we do the nraur kixd of
JNO. T. COLEMAN,
Second Door South of Po.stoffice, Plattsmouth, Neb.
The Finest Line in the Cit-,
Everything- Bright and New,
Direct from the Centers of Fashion.
..Under the Management of . .
MISS n NINA m TUCKER
THERE HAS BEEN OPENED
TO THE PUBLIC
A Pine Line of Millinery,
IN THE UNION BLOCK,
Next door to F. G. Fricke's, which it will pay
you to visit ....
MISS EVANS, a lad- 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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