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IS A VKIIY SAD DEATH
Mrs. Frank Dickson's Demise Causes
I IM N I'Y rOI.M It S.
Tho political cauldron . ln'Cn
Miiiii'-ring r iilu r l.ri-Kly lately, and
for iht) l. iu lit of Nl-.WN riiili:is wo
Hulmiit th r Hitlt f nr Hklmming in
thi direction. ''Iii M not given i.s u
complcto lint of available man ri:il,tut
will ho xtctitli d fiom t i nit to iimo ac
tli - I i I i 11 limy hrintr others 1 t f i .
hu I face .
For the oflico of clerk of the d it iic!
eotu" tii-. is bit one entry. Tim"
liono. nil ciiHtoiii and cllioii-nt Heivieo
ha vii li ft ( J. !'. I lon-i: worth claims to
:i ronoininatioti midUpnt' d.
The candidates for tl.e A. i. rill :.-
ace m i! more nuniui (hih, but rttill
no urn not hi many h.h in former
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,-ea r-i v lio 1 li I h K llii'.V v.-i.mu mini ior
tho lliee. T. K. vVnliiun of l-.iglit
Milo (Inivo precinct, who m.ulo a Mir
prWng canvass four years ago, will
lildv sk his o d fri ii.li and a -few
now otK-s to m;il;u him tho next e ho riff,
while Frank ('rumor of Suth IJcnd,
who ha-i bn-ne party burdens in the
it of the day, think-, ho untitled
to recognition in thiri snap'). iom
l : i- 1 f . .. 4 1.
men are emirienuy iiiauiira mr mu
Tho county clerk's oilice is not a
.i f. i ,.
Hinecure, inn more ire. omna laiyu
iiumhor of aspirant-. However, this
trip we have the anomylouj condition
of tho incumbent meet'.rg with no op
position for a third term. We can ac
count for this ea-sily becius: of the Oj-
licient m inner in which tho aflairs
of the ollici! have been conducted.
aims Kobertson will bo nominated
by acclamation, and there arc many
democrats who will seek to make it
unanimous ai me poii.-.
I'll n most important oliice in the
county hns a limited i; umber of toek
erp, and the st itute is tho only thing
that prevents the. present c-llicient and
gentlemanly treasurer from being re
nominated. Among those who an
willing Jo a-sume the burden, W. .1
Stroight, the deputy, is most promi
ne.ntlv mentioned, but the man who
gets this plum will have to hustle,
as the rc-mihlicans of the northwest
are demanding recognition and think
that. I. Ij- Barton of Orienwood pre
cinct is so pre-eminently lit tod for the
oil lee and so favorably situated that
their wishes should lie given seriou
consideration. There are others who
have not announced themselves :is
candidates, but whoso friends an
urging rc cognition nmoig mem d
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in ' Al U;cl(S( ii ol l-.lmwooa arm v ran k
Dickson of Louisville. l.olh are
vtiown to the people and their pas
latter being a boy fi'toon years of age I sei vic s recommend thi m. I heie will
and the youngest a little more than a I be no strife on the p u t ef cither, and
vear old. tho future may not change with refe
He was a member of the switchmen's ence to candidates for this o'Tice
union, in which oreran ization he held a I Tho recent anix uncement. by Judirc
lot him that wilt make him an clement
in the Htrueglo. K. A. Nsu of Nc-
Umth JCt-IU-vril llr NiiflTrrlnK Ht H:ir.
Thli MornliiK ' " !'
a Week Vh a Mimt i:t iinnll '
iiiau llrnry Ktrklniiu Dim l-'rom IIIh
A tfloom was t::int over tho on tiro
city this morning whoa it was learned
that Mrs. Prank Dickson h id died. H
was known Unit tho was very ill. but
it was hopod that hhe would recover,
and tho fact of her nerious ill noss be
ing known, lessened the shock but a
very little. Her death occurred at H:lri
this morning, and sho had been ill
about live days.
The maiden name of tho deceased
was Lou Uichey, being the daughter
of F. M. llichey, ami slu; was thirty
ono years of ago. She was born in
Afton, la., and removed with her
parents to 1'lattsmouth in ISSi Li
181)0 she was united in marriage to
Frank Dickson, and as a result of the
union throe bright little boys survive
her, tho oldest aged seven years and
tho youngest two years. Three j ears
ago tho family removed from this city
to Liouiaville. She has always been
identified with church vork, being a
member of tho Methodint church, and
in her death tho husband loses a lov
ing wife and the children a kind and
Tho body will be brought to this city
for burial, arriving here tomorrow
morning, and she will bo laid at re
beside her mother in Oak Hill ceme
tery Thursday afternoon.
lileil From the lnjurii-H
Mrs. Jane Kirkham of this city re
ceived the sad intelligence this morn
ing that her son, Henry Kirkham, who
was injured at Hock Springs, Vyo.,on
the railroad, had died from tho elTccts
of the injury yesterday. Tho body
will be buried at D- iiver tomorrow
afternoon, and Mrs. Kirkham and her
two sons, 11. L. and John, departed
this afternoon for Denver to attend
The deceased was born in D inville
Pa., October 2, 18-r(, and came to this
city with his parents about thirty
years ngo. He has fol lowed railroad
ing for a number of years, and with
tho exception of about live years
worked in this city, lie leaves a wife
and four children, the eldest of the
$1,200 insurance policy.
Funeral Largely Attended.
The funeral of S. II. Fisher was held
at the Presbyterian church this after
noon and was largely attended by
members of tho Odd Fellow and A. O.
U. W. lodges, of which deceased was
an honorable member, and also work
men in the Burlington shop. Uov.
F. A, Campbell and Elder Dungan of
this citv and Ilev. C. Nl Dawson of
Omaha conducted the ceremony. At
the grave tho ceremony was conducted
by the A. O. U. ., according to the
ritual of the order. The tloral tributes
were profuse and beautiful.
The pall bearers were made up from
the Odd Fellows and A. O. U. W
lodges, and were as follows: L. E
Karnes, M. S. Briggs, James Leak,
Steve Cecil, J. F. Robinson and Henry
Steinour. A large numoer or sym
pathizing friends followed the remains
to their last resting ilace.
George Williams, the tall colored
fellow who was arrested on the charge
Spurlock that .io would not in a;i
event be a candidate for renomi na 1 ion
has set the wheels going in that di
reetioa. The judge could have had th
nomination for the asUinir and his m i
lontv at the noils would have n
greater than at his former ch C. ions.
C. A. Uawis, first lieutenant, company
F, Third Nebraska, is prominently
mentioned for county judge and named
by some as tho bar candidate. He is
lilted in every respect for the place. J.
E. Dmigl.is of Weeping Water has sel
dom asked and never recuve-.l any fav
ors from his party and thinks now it
has an opportunity to do the right
thing by him. Mr. Douglas is favor
ably located ami a solid delegation
from his home town will make him
hard to catch. William Delesdernier
has r.tked some favors of his party and
has cceived a nomination, but an oil'
year denied him the privilego of serv
ing his county. Ho thinks Stove C. eek
should have something and that he is
it. Mr. I)oledernier is net alone in
this conviction and other candidates
wiil i'nid him in the race in earnest:. B.
Iiawlwi was favorably mentioned to
ears ago, (ml hukmi aside and minus
t is his turn to step in when tho vo
ters are troubled again. I'rof. Obcr-
ittor of the Weeping Water ar-ad-
my is one of the best qualified men in
the county for the chice. but is some
what handicapped by lack of acquain
tance throughout tho county, but if
nominated would let tho people know
who and and what he is. Hirvey
S ims of Stove Creek will contend with
; il aspirant" for tho honor of delega
tion from liif precinct to the county
on vention Air. Sims n a teacher
who is highly commanded by those
who ifiimv him. do. L. Farley, the
present lncumoeni, is nnisiiing nis
third term, and we would suggest that
other candidates keep a weather eye
on him. However, Mr. Farlev states
he is not a candidate.
Merry war is brewing in the Sjcond
commissioner district and there is
nough material in sight to supply
several counties the size of Cass. Tho
Herman republicans insist that they
have not received proper recognition
from the party and are urging the
laims of Martin Frederick for the of
fice. Mr. 1 rederick possesses many
excellent qualification for the oliice
ind will prove a strong force in tho
ontest. C. G. Maylieid from the
same precinct as Mr. Frederick is
prominently mentioned for the place.
Mr! Maylieid has been s before former
conventions but has received nothing
from his party. G W.Norton of Cen
ter ii oi;e of the forces that moves by
the momentum of his own merit and
if ho demands tho nomination will
have a strong following. Wesley
Magney of Mt. Pleasant has been men
tioned bv la- lriends though he nas
not formally announced his c:ndidacv
Mr. Maguey has been hero so lonj
that he is considered a Cass county
product. Wes d. corves the best there
is going and wi;l probably he in at the
killing. Chas. Swan (if L berty and
S. Ii. Furlong of Hock BlutTs have ar
dent friends who will talk out loud for
their respective candidates and Geo.
Lloyd of Murray comes from stock
that is so thorough1 v rcpublitwi that
from a party standpoint he will prove
ri lively candidate and coupling this
with bis peculiar fitness for the oilic
he will make things lively. Geo. W
Young, the present efficient incum
bent, who was nominated without op
position three years ago may conclude
to test the proverb that the third time
is the charm. Mr. Young has not an
nounced himself as a candidate hut
when th subject is mentioned in his
presence he smiles significantly and
does not disc un age his friends when
they propose a third teim
With E. E. Hilton for surveyor and
J no. Clements and D -. Wiimeth as
possibilities for coroner the held is
well covert d.
Sat.OH marshal of Missouri. Ho was
at one time a resident of this city,
leaving hero about ten years aO.
The. next regular meeting of Myrtle
Camp N'o. 15 IS, 11 N. of A., will bo
held in Fitzgerald's hall Wednesday
evening. May .'.
CutJ, wounds, burns, sprains mid
bruises quickly healed if you apply Bal
lard's Snow Liniment. 1 'rico "jO cents.
F. G. Fricko Co.
The "Gut HeiF'o-cont cigar has an
enviable reputation among smokers.
Union made. For sale by all dealers.
Otto Wurl, Manufacturer.
Farm loans in the amount of 1,00()
and up at " per cent, and without ex
pense of abstract to borrower. J. M.
Leyda, Plattsmouth, Neb.
It makes no difference how bad the
wound if you uso DeWitt s u itch
Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and
leave no sear. F. G. Fricko & Co.
Mrs. W. G. Keefer of this city has
wired irorn Dexter, ill.. Hint ner
mother died Sunday. Mrs. Keefer
has been with her mother for some
time, but is now expected to return
home shortly. S.uth Omaha depart
ment of tho Bee.
The famous Scandinavian quartet,
assisted by O.ia Tourtolotte. dramatic
reader, and Olgo llajek, who needs no
introduction to Plattsmouth people.
will givo a concert here May 11. Tho
enter tain ment wiil be given undorthe
auspices of the Degree of Honor, Ivy
W. C. Wiilets received a letter from
the gentleman at Ord last evening for
whom bo will conduct a drug store.
The letter stated that the store would
be located at Sargent, in Custer
county. It is a email town on a now
branch of the Burlington. Mr. Wii
lets will leave Saturday for Ord.
Charles Newman, a member of the
Third Nebraska regiment who en
listed in this city, has written rela
tives here that he will sail for Europe
when he is mustered out of tho ser
vice. He expects to make an exten.sive
trip and will visit Denmark, Sweden
and England. A corporal by the name
of Miller, who was in company B, will
aceomuiny him. Miller resided near
such a success with last season,
THE LACKOSSE HAMMOCK.
It may bo a littlo early to
talk Hammocks, but we want to
say that we have the same Ele
gant Liuo this year that we had
John W. Button made a trip to
Omaha this nftoruooa
O. M. Streight was a business visitor
in South Omaha today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parraele left this
afternoon for a trip to Chicago.
Mrs. Hattio Wellington of Jennings,
Li., is in tho city visiting her parents,
F. Latham an j wife.
James Robertson and son returned
last evening from a trip to Mr. Itobert
son'a farm in Franklin county.
Harry Newman returned to Council
Bluffs this afternoon after a short visit
in tho city. Hois employed as cook
in a restaurant.
Mrs. Henry Snyder departed for
Beaver City this morning to visit her
father a few days. Mr. Snyder accom
panied her as far as Omaha.
W. B. Reed and wife returned to
their home at Council Bluffs today
after a visit in this city with Mrs.
Reed's mother, Mrs. Black.
Mrs. It. Z. Koeney departed this
morning for her home at Central City,
after a visit of several days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis,in
Miss Alma Waterman has returned
homo from a five months' visit in the
south. She also visited in Illinois and
her aunt from that state accompanied
her home and will spond the summer
THE STORMY PETREL.
HAILH0AD NOTES AND PERSONALS
Of breaking into a merchandise car in Ce(,;i J;u.,. h.is StM.vol nis countrv fot.
per month and thinlts he is entitled
to a raise in saiaty, and m that connec
tion would not object to performing
tho duties of county ju age. while draw
ing the salary. Mr. Jack thinks he
has the key to the situation and other
candidates can afford to watch his
aiioke. Clarence TctTt, a graduate of
thr state university and the law de
partment thereof, has a lingering de
sire to fill Judgo Spurlock's &hees and
the Missouri Pacific yards, was ar
raigned in district court this morning
and he pleaded not guilty, and was
bound over in the sun of 500. As the
June term of court is an equity term,
T. Frank Wiles made a plea for a
special jury to try his client. Judge
Ramsey said he would think tho mat
ter over. If he is not tried at the June
term be will have to board at the
Hotel McBride until November.
a 1'ieamtnt uatherinjj. J his many friends consider him pecu;
Mr. and Mrs Robert Black gave a I jariy fitted for the place. Last but
party to a number of their friends at 1 not e-Xst is the wheel horse of the
their comfortable hpine west of town J ?recinct, T. Frank Wiles. Mr. Wiles
last evening. The time was pleasantly has been enaed in the practice of
speDt at social conversation, etc., and j iaw here for about four years and is
during the evening ice cream and cake indeed a Cass ccu.ity product. He is
were served. Among those present I roady to reet the office familiarly
were Messrs. and Mesdames L. D. should it come his wav looking for a
Cummins, G. M. Spurlock, C. A. Mar-jgOOCi man.
shall. W. B. Reed, Council Bluffs; Jr. It is in the field of education that
A. Campbell,!. N. Isbell,F. J. Morgan, I the republican party is especially
Allie Todd, and Mrs. Agnew, Mrs. P. strong, and for the office of county su
E. Ruffner, Mr. H. B. Windham, Miss periutendeut one couldn't throw a
Gertie Beeson and Miss Ella Ruffner. brick without hitting a candidate.
-.illi (Srtnp f.f .V.-Ti n (t V:l t f r Ihp
I . .1 . . . . . . f . '. - T T . i . . .
A warrant for the arrest of Mrs. P'eseoi uuiy u..o. .
I .i . . ..:.u .. : l 1.
in i. i-.-r.-j - :, v,; - f. I worm. Siaris out wmi .i wiainu" iuuh.
rrauK Uiiliu was i&aueu luic tuisiuici-
i, 1 in his eve. but you can i always ten
what ho wants by his looks. Mr
noon the charge being ono of ass
rireferred bv Miss Mauzy. Miss
Mauzv is a teacher in the Fourth
ward schools and a daughter of Mrs.
Baird is one of her pupils. This
morning she had occasion to punish
the child for some misconduct and this
afternoon when passing the restaurant j
Mrs. Baird stepped out, and after a
few words, struck her. The matter
will probably have an airing in police
A lively runaway too place this af
ternoon on the streets. Emil Ptak's
horse broke lose from the hitch rack,
and running down Miin to Fifth
Btreet, it turned north, striking about
nverv bucirv in siirht. Ihe two rear
wheels of Tom Patterson's buggy
were badly w recked and threo other
buggies were damaged, as well as the
one the horso was hitched to, it being
badlv demolished. Luckily no one
Alter d the auction sale of the Fair.
Carter is a schoolman, and his friends
thinii he would fill the biil to a dot.
F. E. Morrow of Louisville is men
tioned, but he has not yet announced
hirn-elf. Prof. Morrow has been prin
cinal of the schools at Louisville for
several years and is a very competent
man. S. A. Morrison, a teacher of
some years experience who was promi
nentlv mentioned a vear ago as a can
didate for stnto superintendent, i
making all kinds of hay even if it
does rain. If any of the other candi
dates thiuk Mr. Morrison is too fat to
make a lively run, they should have
seen him last summer training for ad
mission into the army. Chas. E. Bab
bitt of Tipton is on the track and does
not proposo to be jockeyed off. Geo.
A. Ashmun of Louisville is an as
pirant, but local a tTairs will have to
set'.lo between him and Prof. Morrow.
O. P. Stewart of Murdeck hs a news
paper record as well as teacher back
eve. y al
and see the
C. A. MarshrdJ, Dentist
Nethcrsole nracelets of all
Mu-icaF instruments re(ini-?hed
il ton fc Bulg r.
Do not foruet that the Fair sloe
beiiiir sold a i. auction.
Insure in the German American.
Fred Ebingor, Agent.
Bargains for everybody at the auc
tion of tho Fair stock.
Charles G-aves of Union was attend
ing district court todav.
Iie cream freez -i s of the best makes.
Ebinger Hard a are compaav.
John T. Coleman will repair your
watch and jewelry at a leasonable
AtiJlion silos at the V.i
t rn or. and evening. C-ili
Mound City paint All colors. Best
on oart.i. A. w. Atwoo'.i, the drug
gist so! Is ' t.
John T. CoU man sells photo siipp'.ies
it wholes. ile prices. It will psyycu
The Ebingvr Hardware compiDV
has tho large.r-1 line of lawn-mowers
ever brought to the citv.
A. . Atwooj. the drutrtrisi, has
just what you want in wall paper
Plattsmouth Telephone .
Lii'trest line of cotton and rubber
garden hose ever brought to the city.
Ebingor Hardware company.
Anyone desiring spring hcuso clean-
iny done wciud do woil to call on
Telfer & Sl.eppaid, en Vine street
Preserve your trees and shrubboiy
by purchasing one of these spayers of
the Ebingor Hardware company
Full line of Quick Meal gasoline and
Blue Flame oil stoves at Ebinger
Il-ml'varc Co., at reasonable prices
Get Patton & Bulger to figure on
your painting, paper-hanging or kal
somining. Satisfaction guaranteed.
If you want bead chains call on John
T. C. lemar!. jeweler. lie has the
largest stock and sells them cheapest.
Judge Spurlock today granted per
rai'r, to wed to George Oberle and Miss
Ida On ken, both f Eagle this county.
L. A. Moore has nice pansy plants
for raie at 25 ceu'.s per dozen. He also
has other hardy plants ready to set
Carriage painting done in first-cluss
style by Patton & Bulger. Shop on
Viae, between Fourth and Fifth
CillupNo. 198 Plattsmouth or No
1 Nebraska if you want groceries do
livered promptly and in good order.
F. T. Davis Co.
William Iv.lsworth, indicted one
vear afro on the charge of making
counterfeit coins of the denomination
of 5 cents,has been lodged in the coun
ty jail in Omaha. Ellsworth was cap
tured In St. Joe by
The Burlington road has put into
service a new Pullman train to run on
the fast express, "one night on the
'road," Viet ween Chicago and Denver.
The handsome library smoking car
tnd the, Cafe dining car are unusually
(tractive features. The entire train,
cor neeted by steel and platey lass ves
tibules, is of the familiar Pullman
c lor, iveighs :?S0 ton.-- and is hauled by
the largest passenger locomotive ever
built, 'ibis engine weighs 127 tons.
has driving wheels scv -ii feet in diam
eter a:;d a water cao icity of 5,000 gal
lons. It weighs one ton more than the
big engines recently luiilt Tir the Bos
ton & Maine ro :d.
! :'od t i me wa
pecial on tli c Hi
mad-- by a mail train
iir.gten Sunday The
train mad" the no: from Lincoln to
Pacific Junction via Lmisville in an
hour and three minutes, stopping at
Ashland and at two rail i oad crossings.
The Burlington is discarding the
yellow so long u-ed as the color for its
p issciger equipment. N's.- 1 and (i,
the special Chicago-Der. ver service, is
supp'iod with new equipment of Pull
man make cars, and the color through
out is a dark shade of olive green. says
the Omaha Bee. Tho train for Chi
cago Wednesday morning will carry
this new equipment for the first time.
Four now Pullman sleepers, just out
of the shops, and without a taint from
contact with other hands than those of
the builder, are lo bo used in this ser-
ice. All the other cars used on these
trains will be virtually new. J.he
sleepers are named "Diamond,"
"Ruby," "Sapphire" and "Topaz."
Tho cars will ail havo the wide vestibule-,
and from baggage car to sleeper
will bear the same color. Tho com
pany will s.nd a photographer to Den
ver today to take pictures of the new
Jake Jones, one of the employes of
the Burlington,. h.:d a piece of steel
cut out of his hand yesterday. It was
quite a large piece and had been in
his ha id for a week, making it quite
A number of changes have been
made in the time of Burlington trains
and as a result several people got left
yesterday and today. The changes
which have been made are: No. 4,
east, 10:32 a. m.; No. 92, east, 11:25 a.
m. ; No. 27, north, 10:47, a. m.; No. 3,
west 3:3,i The greatest difference in
time is No. 27, its time formerly being
A liS Ufal Kitate Oeat.
W. W. Ceates today purchased the
Fitzgerld block from T. II. Poliock,
agent. This is one of the b:?st business
blocks in Plattsmouth. It is three
stories high with feet front on Main
street and lib feet on Sixth street and
was built at acostof iff',5,000. There will
be no change as to the business firms
occupying rooms in the block, for the
present al least.
Mr. Contes has great faith in the
future of Plattsmouth, evidenced by
the fact that he has purchased several
pieces of property this spring.
Hnw tlie Little RJrd Hatches Its Ebb.
1e stormy petrels nest just above
the Atlantic surge on the Islets near
fona and the Hebrides. There above
the rock on certain islands in a black,
buttery soil, in which they burrow like
little winged mice, and on a nest of
sea pink lay one white egg. As this
desertion of the regions of light and
air by birds is something outside the
natural course of their lives, it leads
to various odd and unexpected social
''Complications and domestic problems.
Among the latter is a serious one, the
difficulty of keeping the underground
house ciean or moderately cool. It ia
usually very hot. Sand-martinB, for
instance, do not attempt to ventilate
their burrows as rabbits and rats do;
neither do kingfishers nor the stormy
petrels when they make their own bur
rows, and do not creep into chinks
between piles of stones or rocks. Evi
dence of the high temperature of this
"hot chamber," where the young pet
rels are hatched, is seen in a very
pretty popular belief in the Outer
Hebrides. The people say that they
hatch their eggs, not by sitting on
them, but by sitting near them, at a
distance of six inches between them
and the opening of the burrow. Then
the petrels turn their heads toward
the eggs and "coo" at them day and
night, and so "hatch them with their
song." This, which sounds like a fable
o'. the East Atlantic islands, has really
a basis in fact. Davenport Graham
says that the account is "very correct;
though I never heard the cooing noise
by day, I often did In the evening. It
is rather a purring noise. When Its
nest Is opened up, the bird is usually
found cowering a few inches away
from its egg." This hot and stuffy at
mosphere may aid the hatching of
eggs; but there is no doubt that it
brings into being other and very un
desirable forms of life. The nests and
burrows of sand-martins are full of
most unpleasant Insects, and those of
the kingfisher are nearly as bad.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
aches. Th-y make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your
health. Easy to take. Try them
Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
dean and Pretoy..
An Atchison man paid $17 for a
White Min's Burden today. It was
trimmed in roses, and he carried it
home in a bandbox for his wife.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
Order your ice of McMaken & Son
Telephone 72 or 73.
A A A A A A A A A A A A A
Many people suffer untold tortures
from piles, because of the popular im
pression that they csn not be cured
Tablet's Buckeye Pile Ointment will
cure them. It has met with absolute
success. Price 50 cts. in bottles, tubes
75e. F. G- Fricke & Co.
Buys a hemstitched handkerchief of
a deputy united Elson. the Clothier.
Now's the Time-.
To dress up and to feel like being
dressed, go and see the fine assort
ment of. .
SPRING and Wnnlpnc
SUMMER W OOlClLS
now being displayed in the tiilor
shop of. .
John O. If tali
In the Leonard Block,
And place your order for a Suit
of Clothes or a pair of Trousers.
There you get garments cut and
made in the latest style. He is
the only tailor in Cass county
holding a Cutter's Diploma.
A woman wants her home to look
clean and pretty when callers come
just as she wants to look herself.
Wall Paper will make the dingiest
room look bright and will be an in
centive to perfect cleanliness, and a mile
step toward the pre tt "mess.
We carry the stock, but no fake
samples or prices to catch people on.
Over two hundred styles to select from.
GBRING & CO.,
eaburg & Robine...
STILL EXIST, AND ABE NOW HEADY
TO FILL OIIDEUS FOU
PAPER HANGERS and
FRESCO WORK NEATLY DONE...
Lot ua paper yaur house before tho Spring rush Is on. We will gladly
furnish you au estimate for Pnintinir your bouse.
..Decorating and Fine Painting a Specialty..
. All Work iua rati teed First-Clans
JSTLeave orders at F. G. Fricke's or Atwood's drug stores.
W ORMS! VERtVlIFUGE!
Mt in Quantity.
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. iWiiSSSSM
SOX.33 I1Y AZjXi DnU&GHBTB.
Prepared by s JAMES F- BALLARD, St. Louls.j
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
Xittle Mti-al;lit rJTalI:
- FROM -- -----
JOE & FRANK,
..THE PEOPLES CLOTHIERS..
When it comes to selling straight floods at straight
prices, tellinp; a straight story about them and doing- a
straight business all the way through t, there is not a
store anywhere that has any the best of Joe & Frank.
Treating- people square is our hobb' and doing business
on honor is our pride. We handle nothing" but the best
goods, of the best make and at less money than you can
buy inferior goods elsewhere. Our Spring- and Summer
Clothing- for Men, Bors and Children is complete and
our Furnishing- Goods, Hats, Caps, etc., cannot be sur
passed for style and quality in any town or city.
Please give us a call before you buy it gives us
pleasure to show you through our stock. Respectfully,
JOE & FRANK,
THE NEWS does
ft o o o o o o MO ift ifo ft
Cleaning, Pressing and
Given Drompt attention. Special rates
Will be give those desiring iheir
clothes pressed regularly.
Plattsmouth Telephone 26.
New Hardware Store
Having returned to Plattsmouth, I will be glad
to welcome all my old customers, as well as new ones,
and show them a select line of Stoves, Hardware,
Tinware and anything usually carried in a first-class
Be sure and call, as I have some prices that will
JOHN R. COX,
Rockwood Block, PLATTSMOUTH
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