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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1898)
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PLATTSMOUTH, NKli., NOVKM liKli LV. ISJK
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ONLY A FEW WOBDS.
THE MORE YOU SAY, THE LESS
JOE & FRANK,
The People's Clothiers,
Will sell Overcoa'.s, 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
JOE & FRANK,
Waterman block, - Plattsmouth, Neb
Gerincj. & Co..
Have an IC levant new line of
Wall Paper, in all the late pat
terns. It will pay you to " jjjj
where you have a bif line to se- !(5j
lect from one that's new.
GERINQ & CO.
Carry a stock of awfully cheap
Blank Books. The' have the
best Writing- Tablet in the citv
for 5 cents.
GERING & CO.
Are the only people in Platts
mouth who carry an assortment
of Lowne''s unrivaled Chocolates
and Allepfretti's Creams and Choc
GERING & CO.
Have a Compound Sj-rup of Tar
and Wild Cherry that ought to be
in ever' household, to cure bad
colds and lung- trouble before seri- s
ous complications arise from de
lay. Many a doctor bill might be
saved if you kept our Tar and
Wild Cherry Compound in the
Gering; & Co.,
Druggists nncl Stntioners,
North Side Main Street,
PLATTSMOUTH NEBRASKA 9
,. THE LEADERS ..
IN THE GR06ERY TRADE
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
! .u Auiiiu Wedding, j
j A hilariou crowd retarntd jetrduy
I fmrn f . ... l 1 1 . III. . ... V, '
m had ben in attec2aB at the mnrrl-
nu of J ud'eSpurlock, to MiMuMny
bird Smith of th;tt city. TheYeio""7
tendance wero, Hon. It. It. Windham,
Dr. W. A. Humphry, Prof. J. O. Mc
llujh, iJupt. Goo. L. rirley, Henry
It. (Jerinjr and C. S. Polk. Tho com
pany left here Tuesday evening, ar
riving in Mary villo, noon tho next
day, and attended tho wedding cere
mony at taven in tho eTcning. Tho
weUdinpr, whilo a home affair, was
very elaborate in all its appointment,
and considered by tho.-re present an
one of tho most pleasant and enjoyable
functions Maryville had witnessed in
The brido and ''room entered the
spacious drawing room at promptly
seven o'clock, and taking their posi
tions wero united in raarriago by Dr.
Martin of Mexico, Missouri, an uncle
of tho btiJe. The brido was hand
somely attired in a dress of cream bilk
and can-led white chrysanthemums
The brido is the only daughter of one
of Maryvillo's leading citizens, and i
a niece of Mr. Smith of Smith, Mc
Cord & lirady of Kansas City. Sno is
reported as one of the very nicest and
most accomplished young ladies in
tho great state of Missouri, and was
certainly a prize well worth winning
lhogoomis so woll known as to
need no introduction. Lie is one of
the few young men who have no apol
ogies to make for bad habits, and is at
the present time filling the responsi
ble office of county judge with excep
There were about 100 guests in at
tendance from different stales. Tho
happy couple left at ten o'clock fur
Salt Lake City, passing through this
- city on No. 3 yesterday afternoon. A
I trge n umber of tho judge's fiiends
wero at the depot here to wish them
God speed, and the usual salute of
rice was showered upon them.
The presents were numerous and ex
pensive, including a piano, sideboard,
pictures, medallion, silver, china and
cut glass, aggregating a very hand
some sum. They expect to return
about the oth of December, and .vill
take up their permanent residence at
the corner of Pearl and Eighth streets
where a handsomely furnished resi
dencfi is in waiting. The News heart
ily extends congratulations and best
Heath of Grandma Smith.
Grandma Smith deparced this life at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. I. S.
White, near Rock liluffs Thursday
morning. Sh was 83 years of age and
had made her hme with her daugh
ter for over 26 yoars. The deceased,
with her husband, were among the
earliest settlers in this county and
were held in high esteem by all who
knew thera. The husband died sv-
eral years ago. Mrs. Smith was sick
but a short time, aud her death may
be attributed to old age. The funeral
will occur at Rock Bluffs at 2 p. m.
Sunday November 27.
A Uig Sale.
Harry Thomas on Wednesday sold
his 240 acre farm and Mrs. I). O.
Dwyers 80 acres adjoining to Mr. Hun
ter, a son-in-law of John Buck, for the
neat sum of $16,003 cash. The pur
chaser has been in the cattle business
in Wyoming: and wanted to com
back to Girilizatioi and try farming
for a time. The price paid, $30 per
acre for land four mile west of town
is certainly pretty good, and shows
what McKinley times can do when it
gets a fair start.
Fire at Weeping Water.
Weeping Water, Iob., Nor. 24
Fire was discovered yesterday about
1 o'clock in a mall house occupied by
"Chub" Rector. The Are boys wert
soon on the ground, and put out the
tire, but not until the south end of the
building was destroyed down to the
square. The damage is about 1UU,
with no insurance. Rector saved all
4uu t ranj Hour and wururu.
fclosv general tho uu ji phot og ra oii
ii coming to ha aJopitd ur th tuou-
rn iTiity a: ne a a m..-:ui of illu.! ra
tion is hhoWll in Urn ;iniJOMlii- nielli, of
Tin; L-tdkV Hom-i Journal that it i.
about to pulli-h six new, dir-tim t m i
i"g of articles which will iorlu ie t ot
loss than 4(rt photogrt hs. '1 ho idea
of t lie ma,'azi no is to 'prudent 1 of
the prettics-t country homes in Amer
ica, to encourage artistic architecture,
l' of the prettiest gardens, to encour
age tate in floriculture; seventy
churches decorated for festal occa
sions Of till kinds, such as weeding
Christinas and Kater services, etc
some loriy or mo prettiest girls rooms
in uih country; iwenty-nvo iiurai
porches and vine-clad houses; and tho
story of the native wild flowers in
America, told in s-eventy live photo
graptis. uver r, ooo lnotograiio rs. in
every part of the country, wero em
pioyeu oy too magazine to Lrot those
pictures, and .-evcral thousands ( f uo
lars wero paid in prize awards for the
Lest photographs. Tho choice was
made out of over 10,0(0 photograph
received bv tho nrigi. ,' no.
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SJ Arc J!ie
You cannot to to the Oinaha Exposition
In China a wife is never seen by her
husband beforo marriage. In thi-i
country some wives seldom seo tht ir
husuands inter ttiarriayo. ("hicago
The I 'earl Steam Laundry i cen
trally located, and, while we have not
imported any experts fiom the Philip
pines, yet wo will wart-ant till work
first class. (Jive tho Pearl, und r the
new management, a trial and you will
be pleased with the result.
Cko. K. Staats, Manager.
Iemiiol Kd Quigg, Rtiwland lilen-
nerhiis-selt Mahany, Jerri" Sinison
tind William S. Rooze liave all beet!
defeated and will not go back- to con
gress. Three of these will not be
missed, but what will congress do
without booze V. Ex .
so spend your time with us,
ri !! h r '
any mores 3
Wo have tin? Oivalosl Ex-
EVER BROUGSiT TO PLATTSMOUTH.
special base on
...15c, 19c, 29c, 35c and 39c.
See our New Black Crepons, at one-half Omaha Prices.
New Dress Goods,
New Flannelette Wrappers!
Sh ikI ioiir unmet teilli
us (i m! (fe entile ti'i ' reil .
II "(' (l It lint (tjfnrif In mis
laid nil r Kit mns. Id i i
hodi neies irlmt kind d
nuds re sell.
our Lino of...
rur collarettes, troni
4 ui J
Muffs and Fur Trimmings, !
.... fti Got Ion lii.ii
Morniiiir's bread hereafter may be
obtained at Zuckweiler tS: Lulz, Jona
than Hatt's, Dovey's and Pair store.
J. I. Uoruh has just made ft pur
chase of Kid iron bedste; ds with wo
ven wire spring mattresses, niatres-ses
and pillows which ho will otTer at the
low price of $0.00 each. The entire
outfit for the price has never
before been offered at such :i low
price. A complete bed can tie seen in
his store window. AH who are need
ing anything m this line may get a
bargain by seeing him before buying.
le!ay are Iau;f erons.
JMany ot your iriencis, or peopl
whom ynu know tf have contrticed
consumption, pneumonia or other fatal
diseases by neglect of a simple cold or
cough. Polcy's Honey and Tar, a safe.
sure and pleasant couh medicine.
would have taved them. It is guaran
teed. F. G. Fricke & Co.
' I III to:
. . . I'i 1 r in 1 tl 1.,-
Outing Flannels, 5c,
Get a new Oilcloth and Binding for your Stoves.,
our Prices on
... .All wool, ode. i !
i l IO--N, Ml .1H.-I ii
than y;tr i:u a. I v;ii
Get our Price
Don't fail to
li- .i" A "-!. t - I'
on all kinds of Shoe
1 r j m . 1, 1 1 , ;i , 1 1
Hi" in w
1 1 11 a per
a 1 .
see our new
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of Lamps w.
r. ' - i - -sod i ; i ; t i " ,
1 n 1
Hard coal delivered to any part of i
the city for $7.50 per ton, and tho un
rivaled Mendota coal deliveted for
$4.25 per ton. John Wateuman.
If you are suffering from drowsiness
in the day time, irritability of temper,
sleepless nights, general debility,
headache, and general want of tone of
the system, use Uerbine. You will
!ret relief and finally a cut a. Price oO
cents. P. G. Fricke & Co.
1 -'A -.-
Good and Cheap.
LOOK OXJ'i" m
The News has it by private wire
from Maryville that the four bachelors
and two widowers who went down to
the Spurlock wedding created a posi
tive sensation among the marriageable
maidens in the Missouri town, and
the chances are that another wed
ding may come off down there with
a Plattsmouth groom. George Farley,
the staid and sober bachelor, grew
skittish as a colt when he blossomed
out into Maryville society. Professor
Mctlugh was chipper and gay as a
school girl, and when he turned his
mure orbs on the Missouri damsels he
caused symptams of palpitation of the
heart. Our Robert B Windham was
the idol and pet of the matrons, and
more anxious mamas courted him than
any other one of the six. Dr. Humph
rey had a penchant for the dashing
widows which, rumor sayi, was reci
procated with tropical warmth. Henry
Gering and C. S. Polk were disposed
to be a little shy at first, but they soon
thawed out and did their full share
towards making an impression that
would be lasting as well as favorable.
Wo have the exclusive sale
of the celebrated Acme Choco
late line. Call and see our as
sortment. Try our...
Our Fruit Chocolates are Pine.
Every Chocolate is branded
: That your children are well shod, for it might save DIPH
THERIA entering your family. Dry feet save Doctor bills.
BEWARE that you are not BAMBOOZLED again and
buy your Shoes at the Old Roliable Regular Shoe Store.
THE TIME IS NEAR when we will have wet, sloppy
weather and that's what tests a shoe, so be careful you don't
get 'em with paper insoles and counters or they will surely
collapse. Take our advice, let us help you select you shoe
and you will come out winner.
WE'VE GOT 'EMI What? Why, SCHOOL SHOES,
of course GOOD AND STRONG at 95c, $1.00, $1.10,
$1.25, $1.35 and $1.50. In ail shapes, styles and varieties of
leather and warranted to be SOLID LEATHER throughout
and sewed up FREE OF CHARGE should they ever rip.
We have a CUROSITY in shape of a SEAMLESS SHOE
for YOUTH'S, BOYS and MEN which can NEVER RIP SEE
hollow a yjs. mmmmwmmMmmmmwMmm
Plattsmouth Coal Yard1
-IS TOE PLACE TO l!L'Y
FURNITURE HARVEY HOLLOWAY
AN J UN DERTAK1NG Ctnlrttctr
In the forty-three jears existence of
the Glenwood Masonic lodge the
dsath-rate among the membership has
not quite averaged one a year, J. W.
Turner who died in this city last week
bringing the number up to 41. Estab
lished in 1S55 thfs lodge is probably
the oldest secret organization in Mills
county. Its present membership is 72
I.IPflDiril O t7Z Dll. and Uis in a very flourishing condi-
n. VWCL.I1UHL.II Cy MdLC d Uin. tion-Hn
THEY carry the largest and most complete line in Cass county. Every
thing fresh and new. They pay cash tow our goods and give their custo
oiors the advantage of special discounts. A complete line of canned goods
il ways in stock. The only place in the city where you can get all kinds of
-9sh Cheese. Call and see us.
i wood Opinion.
NEWEST STYLES IN
Dress Hats. Street Hut?
Ostrich and Coque Feathers,
' Special attention i LallcJ to our
a . I. Iff
in find i (Yif uirrnr un if
ALL fiRADES OF WOOD.
-1 tverv Miade, and in 1 iaids and t'oika Dot, tor
Millinery and Dress Trimminjys.
MRS. 0. F. UTTERBACK,
Pnder Banlc of Cas County, PlattsmDuth, N'ek
Hay, Corn, Oats and all Kinds of F.-ed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER 5 TROOP,
THIRD AND MAIN-bTS.
'-, iiitia t- 1...:
F.arr and Rr,y
prut of ti.o coi;:
: '.t.j. , Ke-ideocei
c;;rj,LftUr wrk, in any
' on or address....
Our block is coiiiuieie In all l!!.'-s ::iid we
irvlte our friends to look it over. We will
"r.-le.'ivrir to please you. Call .nl ec uj.
STREIGHT 0 SATTLER,
Sucee99nr9 to Hury Hoeck.
If A II YH V HOM.OUAV, I'latUmooth. N-l,
THE PKRKINS H0US
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Rates $1 and Si.50-Der Dau
Centrally Located and Com
Pl.ATTSMOrTII, . .
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