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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1909)
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Owing to tho fac t that the sea
son has been so backward we
have our big store full of new
spring goods which must be
moved, including a full line of
spring millinery and dozens and
dozens of Wooltex ann Sunshine
suits, skirts and spring coats and
princess dresses. We anticipated
a big business in these lines and
would have had it had the season
been more propitious. But now
we shall move them by price-cut-ting.
April 24, a discount of 25 percent
will be given on everything in the
millinery and cloak department
and summer dress goods. Notice
the illustration. A suit to delight
the heart of any girl a three-piece Wooltex, and though it
may be her only suit yet she can be appropriately dressed all
the time and have the many changes that a girl likes. The
simple style and perfect tailoring make it suitable for all oc
casions. The guimpe provides for innumerable changes.
Think what 25 per cent discount means a &20 suit for
$15, a $16 suit for $12. A $6 hat for $4.50, a $4 hat for $3.
A recent belated arrival has placed our clothing in the
front rank with the be3t stocks in this section of the country.
We can more than duplicate Omaha or Lincoln prices on
Gent's Furnishings and Shoes.
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M. FANGER, PROPRIETOR.
On team of young ladies of St.
Mrya Guild of St. Lukes Church under
the leadership of Miss Verne Leonard
Kwe a "stag" dinner to about fifty of
tire business men of this city at a dob
!r a plate at the residence of Ex
Mayor H. R. Gering, on Thursday even
ing. The large und beautiful dining
room and parlors were elegantly decor
attxL The ten young ladies who pre
pared this most splendid nine course
dinner, and who acted as waitresses de
serve much praise for their effoorts.
The purpose was to assist in raising
funds for the repair of the church and
lion. R. B. Windham acted as toust
nuttor and in a pleasant and; genial
r&tnncr introduced the speakers. Those
responding to toasts were as follows:
Music Hath Charms to Sooth the
SasrRe-E. H. Wescott.
The Youth of Plattamouth-Prof. J.
Rattamouth and Ita Interests-J. P.
FSeBowship D. C. Morgan.
TSattsmouth City Council Mayor J.
The Churches of Plattsmouth-Hon.
TL D. Travis.
Woman Dr. E. D. Cummins.
I3mlH the Ladies Do All the Work of
tlue 2urch?-Canon Burges3.
Sim Unto Others As You Would Have
TfemtDo Uato You-Dr. T. P. Living
ston. Out Public Library-D. O. Dwyer.
Jltttor Day-Mathem Gering.
J..VV. Fay.'tr ere cf Plattsmcuth's
distinguished vocalists rendered a very
All who were present in one accord
pronounced it one of the very pleasant
occasions of a lifetime.
It In Time
Just as Scores of Flattsmouth
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect the aching back,
Urinary troubles, diabete.'i surely fol
low. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache,
Cure every Kidney ill.
Phttsmouth citizens endorse them.
E. M. Buttery, corner Sixth and Wal
nut streets, Plattsmouth, Neb., says:
"I did not require a long use to prove
to me thnt Doan's Kidney Pills are a
remedy of merit. I often had pains in
my hips, so severe that I could hardly
work and there was also a lameness
across my loins. I had reason to be
lieve that these troubles were caused
by disordered kidneys and- hearing
Doan's Kidney Pills so highly spoken
of, I made up my mind to try them. I
procured a box at Gering & Co's. drug
store and they brought me prompt and
(Statement given June 19, 190(5.)
On December 2i, 190S, Mr. Buttery
said: "I still have a good word to say
for Doan's Kidney Pills. I heartily
confirm the statement I made over two
years ago in their favor."
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Remember the name-Doan's and
take no other. 92-5
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The NEWS -HERALD, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
The other day while hauling manure
on his farm west of the city Herman
Hohlshuh noticed something glitter as
I fell from his fork. On investigation
it proved to be a diamond ring. He
brought it to the jewelery store of B.
A. McElwain for closer examination
Mr. McElwain pronounced the diamond
worth from $100 to $150. Mr. Hohlshuh
regards his days work as a profitable
The News-Herald ha3 made club
bing arrangements with the Kansas
City Weekly Star, and to all new sub
scribers paying one year in advance for
the News-Herald the Kansas City
Weekly Star will be mailed one year
free, also all subscribers to the News
Herald who will pay up arrears, and
one year in advance, will be presented
with a complimentary subscription to
the Kansas City Star. The Star is
recognized throughout the Southwest
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papers printed, and we feel that many
of our subscribers will take advantage
of this offer.
Mrs. Henry Mauzy and daughter,
Marian, have gone to York, Neb., for
a visit with her daughter, Miss Mar
garet Mauzy, who is first lady in a
millinery store in that city.
William Howland left Saturday for
Tripp county, S. D., where he will
make the selection of a farm if any
suitable land that can be found. He drew
a n imber in the land drawing last fall.
Ho usecleanin g;
Doesn't that suggest something you
will need in hardware? No? Well, let
us suggest that when oj arc cleaning
the kitchen, to move the coal or wood
stove out and get a gasoline stove. The
kitchen stays cool when you use a gas
oline stove. There is no waste heat, no
wood, coal or ashes to handle, and ex
pense is less than when burning coal.
Our stoves have perfectly fitted parts,
are strongly made, have modern appli
ances, and are safe and easy to operate.
ASEMISSEN & (LINGER
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