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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1909)
m$m3m.m. 1 b'jdy and marched to the home it Mrs. ! Greer wood were g-:t?U of Henry Ahi
e,. r. tranuier on luesaay evening; ior: ar.d urr.'.'.y Sunday,
a surprise farewell party before her de- i T H p, " " , a , of
parture to Central Gty. their future , th, Vi,ltMh Tel hore c
home. A delightful time was er.'oved : : .... 1
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! 25 Per Cent
Going on a! the De
partment Store ol
M. F ANGER!
Owing to the lateness of the
Spring season, we find ourselves
heavily loaded with all kinds of
Spring Merchandise. Cloaks,
Suits, Skirts and Spring Jackets
the popular Wooltex make, and
everything in our Millinery De
partment will be included in this
Great Reduction Sale. We will
also make the same reduction on
all our Wash Goods,Embroideries,
and fine Hosiery.
.$9 Worth oi Fine Os
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workers in this city.
here for the past ten years,
li e son Mr?. Mirv Croskary.
North Fifth street, ard lived
ff Means a $3.00 Ar
ticle for $2.25.
Is this worth your time and attention? 75 cents saved
and you get a strictly high-grade and seasonable article,
when you buy here. Your choice from the swellest line in
the city. This is your golden opportunity, one that you sel
dom find. No carried over stock. Everything bright and
new, and just at the right time..
We have a small fortune invested in this department, and we
must sell the goods; you need them and we need the money, and at
the prices we are going to offer you they should change ownership
almost immediately upon investigation. We want your patronage
in this line, and want you to avail yourselves of this opportunity to
buy good goods cheap. Don't fail to call and see us during this
Great Reduction Sale.
Y t fjff
The Department Store Man.
Murdock Young People Enjoy
Themselves at a Birth
Sunday eveniiifr Misa Esther Rau wan
p;iven a sweet sixteen birthday surjiise,
arriiiRed by MUs Estlier Rienke. Her
reindu presented her with a few gifts
to remind her of the occaHion. The
crowd broke up at an early hour and
report a good time, especially the boys.
Those present were Misses Esther
Itienke, Esther Rau.Selma Leuhr.Anna
and liertha Baumgartner, Tillic and
KLsie Scheel, Carrie and Ellen Gacke
nicir, Freda and Lizzie Wehrman, Wil
rna and Emma Schuelke, Lizzie Blum,
A At Lau, Mina Brunltoefcr, Cora Muel
ler, and Mrs. Mary Baumgartner;
Messrs. Chas., Herman and Adolph
Itau, Reinhart and Johr. Scheel, Aug.
and John Gackemicr, Paul and Max
CJoehry, Henry Leuhr, Walter Licner,
Kdwin Limbeck, John Kruger, Albert
Ulam, George Brunhoefer, August
Woitzei Will Mann, Conrad Wehrman,
Jftrold Tool, Oscar Rikili, Theodore
.iUgcr, and Lee DeFord.
Rev. Geo. Allenbach ofLincoln
pr;hd at the German Lutheran church
Kev. IJerman Bohlsen and family are
visiting at the home of their parents
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Thimgan, Sr.
Nr. L. 1 1 oil of Cedar Crek and Miss
.Augusta Thimgan, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Aug. Tl.imgun.Sr., were married
at, the German Lutheran church on
Wedneshiy, April 28th. Rev. Bohlsen
of Wisner, Neb., performed the cere
mony. Conrad Baumgartner is offering a
fine young sorrel driving mare for sale
at $L'!0. This surely is a chance for
some young fellow.
Mrs. Geo. Hans is on the sick list at
j Miss Grace Hinds took the early train
, west Friday morning.
Mrs. Martain Wood took the train
! for Lincoln Friday morning.
Ray Norris and sister Nellie from
Avoca visited in Wabash Sunday.
Mrs. John Gerdes is on the sick list
this week. It is feared appendicitis is
W. T. Richards and A. W. Barrett
made a flying trip to Omaha this week
with Warren's Car.
The old gentleman McGill is visiting
his son this week. His son resides in
the north edge of town.
A fire at the back door of the vacant
house owned by Battles created a little
exitement Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clapp of Wabash
are on the eick list. Dr. Munger of
Elmwood was called Sunday morning.
Herman Thonias,our genial telegraph
operator, was calling on his neighbors
early Sunday morning to see if he could
find any one that could tell him what
was the matter with his cow that got
tangled in her rope and laid on her
back on a down hill slope most of the
night. Harry, do you think she needs
tapping? Ha! Ha!
Mrs. Wm. Spangler improves very
Mr. Bateman, our fat, jolly, medicine
man, is quite poorly with a bad cold.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allnn Compton
on Friday April 23rd a ten pound girl.
C. E. Cherry is boarding the Rail
Rood grading gang at his hotel on
Clayton Wagner of Lincoln was an
over Sunday visitor at the hon e of Al
F. J. Davis is out in the western part
of the state looking after his cattle
ranch and resting up for hot weather.
Mrs. Orville Ogden was taken to the
hospital at Lincoln and operated on for
appendicitis. The operation was suc
cessful and she expects to be home
Mrs. Edward Sheehan who has been
in poor health for some time was taken
to the Hospital at Omaha on Tuesday.
We hope to see her return soon much
Mrs. Chas. Fhilpot has purchased the
Odwarkcr resilience on Eldora Avenue.
We did not learn the purchase price but
we do know it will make them an ex
Wallace I'hilpot came to town in his
auto Sunday morning and he and his
mother took a ride to Cedar Creek to
see Mrs. l'hilpot's brother N. A. Bar
rett who was seriously injured some
time ago. They report him improving
The Royal Neighbors gathered in a
by all present aed it was quite late
when the goodbyej were said.
It In Time
ia":e ar.a wi!e of Ccumu-
were fiKts of J. .1. Twi.-.
Waitirpr doesn't pay.
If you neglect the achir.3 lack.
Urinary trouble?, diabetes ture!y fol
low. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache,
Cure every Kidney ill.
I'laturr.outh citizen endnr.-e then-.
E. M. Buttery, corner Sixth and Wal
nut streets, Plattimouth, Neb., says:
"I did nut require a lor.g use to prove
to me that Doan's Kidney Pills are a
remedy of merit. I often had pains in
my hips, so severe that I could hardly
work and thore was also a lamcr.ess
acrots my loins. I had reason to be
lieve that the.;e troubles were caused
by disordered kidneys and hearing
Doan's Kidney I'ilU so highly spoken
of, I made up my mind to try thtm. I
procured a box at Gering & Co's. drug
store and they brought ir.e prompt and
(Statement given June 10, I'M.)
On December 29, 1908, Mr. Euttfiry
said: "I still have a good word to say
for Doan's Kidney I'.lis. I heartily
confirm the statement I nade over two
years ago in their favor."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburr. Co., BuiVa'.o,
New York, ?ole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. J-5
i:muy tiMar ar.J fcaturda,
Dr. Kogicn ar. arrived in Mar'.ey
.turday to take the pUco Dr. B
Kerdt, who recentlv moved awa.
The new resider.ci of Johr. Jadc.v.ar,
toll master tor the J'latte river bridge
is we.l under way ar.d will so'-r. be
Johnon and Oiienkop expect to open
with his mother, brother a: d sifter?.
He was bom in Hunnewail, Mo., Apr;!
vrjrd, 1SS), a:.d was Ui year? and two
mo.iths ;f age. He came hero from
i that uUca ton vears sero ar.d ha; redd
ed in this titv u!mot the
V. the Tarn, el1 l,'jllf!ir.c.
Jti.u other fixtures are heir.?
ace in rcadir.e.j.
lieortje'Vougler ar.d wife a:.d Mrs.
S' occasionally leaving the city with a
. bridge crew. He r.turred to this city
from Des Moires, la., where he had
teen working with a bridge gar.?- The
Cioi'iary family formerly lived in West
(2'iincy. The dead man is survived by
his mother, si:: sitters and one bt other.
The sibttrs are Mamie, Alice. Nellie,
Cassie, Frankie and Su-ie C'ro: kary, all
of this city, ai.d the brother Thomas
Croskary, also of Q'tincy.
S. Joehim went to Orv.aha Monday
morning to visit Miss Joehin:, who in ir.
the Inmtanuel ho.-pita!.
A. R. Stander held on infftrmel re-'
ception at his residence on Gospel hiil
Monday evening. His guest? pro
nounce him a clever entertainer. i
Mrs. Geo. Waldrow and children left
Monday morning over the Burlington j
fcr Knife River, Minnesota, where I
the will make their future home. j
Mrs. Chas. Ox!t-y has been very sick
the past week. Under the care of a j
special r.urse supported by th j citizens i
donations, the patient is doing well. !
The barn of F,
ANY LADY-Can easily make from
to $25 per week working for
me quietly in her own home locality.
This is a bonaf.de offer-one which
will pay you to investigate, even if
you can only spare two hours per day.
No investment required. Turn your
spare time into money. Write me at
once for particulars. Address Har
riet M. Richards, Box 30, Woman's
Building, Joliet, Illinois. 95-2
Clean Playing Cards.
Spirit3 of camphor Is a Rood thing
to use in keeping packs of cards In
H. Nichols caught not t00 i,a,iiy 80i!ei, rub them with
r. - . rrt 1
uic inursuav atternnriii in mim im.
known way. Through th.? efforts of
citizens the damns were soon extin-j
puished and little damage dine.
A box scial wid he given at the A. '
O. U. W. hail Friday evenir.g for the '
rx-nefit of the base ball elul. Th !
a sponge dipped In the camphor, ana
the former fresh appearance of tuo
pasteboard will be restored.
Lawsuit Over a Hen.
lawsuit about th? ownprshlp of
a hen has just boon broueht to a close
T mii-viiio j , ' t liamtiurg. otter a wnoio year, uy
Loubv d.e orchestra and male quartet 1 the ,inoX!lortP1, doath of thff bil,,. Tho
wid furnish music uunng the evening. VJ.w nt .1,0 i,.n wa niv 7.-. ronta
hut the law costs have amounted to a
Frank Johnson was in Or.aha Mon
George Trater was in' Omaha Tues
M. L. Williams was in Omaha Sat
urday. J. R. Noyes ar.d wife were ir. Om::ha
Dr. E. H. Worthman was in Omaha
Father Hcnr.essy wa in Louisville
G. H. Wood and wife were in Omaha
Dortha Stander U very sick with
Mrs. G. E. Steele visited in Spring
Miss Sada Kreitter left Tuesday for
parts of Iowa.
Jim Mintum of Springfield was in
Mrs. E. G. Lewis visited over Suit
day in Lincoln.
Samual Boll ar.d wife were in Spring
Christie Metzgar of Cedar Creek was
in town Monday.
l. i'armeie and wife were in J
Chas. Owens of Springfield was in
George Frater and family visited the
State Fisheries Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Cleghorn and daughter
were in Omaha Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B!ake and daughter
were in Ashland Monday.
F. H. Ossenkop left last week on a
business trip through Texas.
Andrew Lyden is building an addition
to his residence on Gospel hill.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lewis returned
from Lincoln Tuesday morning.
Mrs. William Ossenkop and son re
turned from Plattsmouth Saturday.
Dr. Dailey purchased a new automo
bile, arriving from Omaha Tuesday.
Miss Mae DePug was in Plattsmouth
Saturday taking teachers examination.
Miss Ida Ross of Maitland, Mo., 13
visiting her sister, Mrs. F. H. Nichols.
W. J. Rau. cashier of the Manley
State Bank was in the town Thursday.
Miss Mable Conn of Murray visited
her mother, Mrs. Amick over Sunday.
Mrs. Lewis Eddy of MilforTisVisit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
John Ossenkop were went to Lincoln
Monday to visit Henry Lehnhoff, who
Ote Ward shipped a car of live stock
to the South Omaha Btock yards Wed
nesday. Miss Mary Wagener visited Miss
Jochim at the Immanuel hopital in Om
Wm. Thomas spent Sunday with his
family. Mr. Thomas teaches a school
James Stander returned Saturday
from a business trip in the western
part of the state.
Raymond Waldron ar.d Miss Hoham of
A bae tall club wa.? organized Wed- .
r.esday evening. J. W. Waldron was
elected Manager, F. II. Nichols treas-1
and H. Swartz captain. A jranie i3
planned for Saturday afternoon, May 1.
George J. Sthoiman ar.d wife cele
brated their twentieth wedding anr.i-1
versity Sunday at their home south of
Louisville. About one hundred guests
were present. A sumptuous dinner was !
served and Mr. and Mrs Sthoiman i
were presented with many beautiful
pieces of chi.ta.
Truth and Error.
"Friction brlghtons silver and gold.
Truth Is the world's gold and the op
position It noots Is the friction that
makes it more luminous. Truth would
never have boon appreciated had It
not been for its dual error."
Wiliiam Croskiiry, who formerly re
sided ir. this city was killed ir. an er
ccunter with the freman of a bridge
crew at Quir.cy, 1:1. He became en
gaged ir. a quarrel with John Edgar
Making an Orator.
Join a debating society and prac
tice on h negative sid for ton years;
tlion take the afllrmntlve. There's a
liberal education for you, my boy. Rut
never fnrsot this: Love, knavery and
nocssity can. make any man a good
Said Uncle Silas.
Hendrick who struck him with a sledge ! shoni.in' she mav not l.nv a hioxo;!
hammer, which proved to be a fatal thine:, hut she'll alius rome home with
The Quincy Journal says: t'rokary .
was we'd known among the bridge
a frosh lot o gossip to entertain the
othfr wimmen of th neighborhood.
Los Anpeles Express.
M mPIU Ll I, IJLIMUJII MM.MM
1103 ! sSJlL
YOUR WISHES ARE
Just as you would have them at
Barnes' restaurant. The viands
art of the best, the cuisine is
perfect, and our sauce?, entrees,
fi.di, meats, oysters, clams, des
erts and pies arc prepared by
experts. Our price- well, you
will say thev are small when you
test the culinary gems that'we
present for your delectation.
Good rooms in connection.
DR. A. P. BARNES
Ho useoleaiiiii o-
Doesn't that suggest something you
will need in hardware? No? Welllet
us suggest that when you are cleaning
the kitchen, to move the coal or wood
stove out and get a gasoline stove. Tho
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 & KLINGER
Tho Homo Ponnn cir? a
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