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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1909)
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For Men and Women
Regular 3.00 anil $4.00 values, in all
the latest styles and last?, at
B fan n.A
:!;.i'i Foin'.:d:i IV
i.iz r f r tho busy man at
Fcu:.t:i:r. Pen f.r thegrad-
Tike Elevator at Kith St. Entrance
the th Floor, Pax ton Block.
T ! Mil
I (DO RA 1
A Gilletto K!Z r for the busy m.m at
Prescription work a specialty at Ge
ripg's i Co.
A Cor.klir. Fouitain Pen for the basi
ne.s men at Gerir.ir & Co.
Mi-s Grvei.wiiKl spent Sunday with1
j h.r mo:htT at Fulls City, Neb.
Nothing better than a Conklin Foun
tain l'e:i fur a birthday present.
John M I'-kay left Frid ly for Oxford.
Neb., where he owns some land.
S. L. Furlong, of Rock Blutls, trans
acted business in the city Saturday.
Z '.V. Shra.ler, of Nehawka, was a j
business caller in this city Saturday.
James II. Carper, of Center precinct, '
made hii return as deputy assessor Fri
day. Miss Gufhmann is visiting her sifter,
Mrs. II. II. Neitzcd, of Murdock, this
Mr-!. C. A. Kiehey, of Louisville,
spent the day Friday at the home of F.
M. Kichey here.
Mrs. Morgan is visiting herson, Paul,
at Lincoln, where he is attending the
Adam Hild and son, George, of Mt.
Pleasant precinct, was in the city on
Smoke "Acorn" cigars. They are
made from the best quality of tobacco,
To Buy Where You Can Get the Best for the Least Money
It Will Pay Yon
To come to Omaha and see what we are doing in
the Drug line. You can save enough to more than
pay your expenses.
R. W. White was in the citv a few Thomas Jefferson O'Dhv. the versa
hours Friday, after having assisted in ; tile Indian who presides over the des-! a,u' uru ree ,'nlers
the commencement exercise at Pacific ', tinies of the Nehawka Register and
Junction the evening before. ; dispenses a more or less famous brand
gXa':- '"County Court.
To h laviun J. liricitH, nml Snphoni.i Briirtrs. hi
wife, and unknown heir arvl devisee of Flnviuri
J. Britfira. deceased , S. N Murriam, and the un"
known hir and dt'vicwK Jof S.N. Murriuni. liv
wased. anil I ho Union Trust Company, of New
York, a Tiuatee, ilpfenilmitK You and each of
you are hi-reby notitipd that on tho 24th day of
May. A. I).. l!Ni:t. (ieorire J. Ktohlmunn, plaintitr.
herein fili-ii hi" petition in tho dintrirt ruut of
Caiui county, Nebraska, airairiHt said dcfeiuluntH,
the object and prayer of which in to remove cer
tain cloudrt from hi title and to quiet tho title in
and to the W. U of section ;l. township 12. rantre
II. in Cas county, Nebraska, in the xmd plain -tifl
and attaint wiid defendants and ea' h of thorn.
You and each you are reiuired to answer Raid
petition on or before the "ith ilay of July. IV fl
oated this 24th day of Mny. 1!" V.
GKOIIliK J. Stohi.makn
By A. L. TlDD. His Attorney. 11-R
of justice to the denizens of his en-
lightened neighborhood, was taking in
the sights of Plattsmouth Saturday,
and incidentally madeithi odice a pleas
ant call. Some of his friends say that
the Colonel's capabilities are too much
curtailed in the village of Nehawka
and that his removal to the newspaper
field in Plattsmouth are among the possibilities.
1'. A. McCrary was operated on for
appendicitis at the hospital in Omaha
Saturday. His many friends hope for
his early recovery.
Pure Soda Water at Gering's.
Frank McCarty, of Omaha, spent
Friday with his mother, Mrs. Mary
McCarty, in the city.
Mrs. Miller, of Ft. Crook, is spend
ing a few d::ys with her sister, Mrs.
Kate Oliver, in the city.
Conrad Zend, of Cedar Creek, wu
in the city, the latter pait of the week
looking after business matters. .
Adam Katfenberger, a successful
farmer west of the city, was trading
with our local business men Saturday.
Geo. Farley, a nephew of George L.
Farley, came in Thursday from Cali
fornia where he has been for about
James W. Newell, auditor of freight
Let tKe Gold Dist Twins Do
Is in about every paper and magazine you pick up.
This vast outlay in advertising is paying, for the
simple reason that it is getting before the American
people the fact that GOLD DUST will lighten the
work of the housewife. And the housewife that will
come into our store and get a package of GOLD
DUST will find that it will do all that is claimed to
do. It will lessen the work of scouring pots, pans
and kettles, it will lessen your wash day labors, in
fact it can be used to wash most anything.
We have a large line of this article and we wish
to tell you that if you use this compound once you
will come back for more. A small package sells for
5c, try it and you will come back for a large 25c size.
U; j ;lA lA RAVkj Ah
Soaps at Cut Prices.
l!"c Cutieure Soap 20: 'J.V
Packers Tar Soap 15c -2oc Pears
Soap He- 'lc Pears Soap 15c
l''o Ivory Soup 7c-l')e Jap lioso
Soap 7c -a big lot of Sanitol
Soap, Jersey Cream Soap, F.ng-li-di
Process (ilycerine Soup,
Turkish Path Soap at 9c per
cake, :i big cakes Hand Soap for
10; Williams Shaving Soap 5c.
Don't Fail to Seo Our Big Dis
play ol Talcum Powders.
2."c Colgate Talcum Powder
I5c-2.1e Williams Talcum Pow
der l5c-2oe Mennens Talcum
Powder I5c-2."c Ponds Extract
Talcum Powder He - Tetlow's
Haby Talcum Powder 5c per can.
Marked Down Sale on Tooth
Brushes and Tooth Pastes
All our I'.V und Me Tooth
HrusMs marked down to 19c
2."ic Sanitol Tooth Powd'-r or
I'aste I5c-2")L- Sanitol Litpiiil
Tooth Wash 12.
We Buy Direct From Manufac
turers and Importers.
which gives us a big advantage
over our competitors we sell Toe
Rubber Combs for 49c-?1.00
Hair It rushes for 69c-7.rc Itath
Ilrushes 39c. We can save you
money on Shaving Prushes, Razor
Strops and Razors.
Big Reductions on Pertumes.
TV La Trefle, Jickey and
Azuren Fxtracts 49c an ounce
7.")C Pitiiiuds Vegetal Toilet Water
49c Toe Flower Girl Toilet
Water 49c a large assortment
of odors like Heliotrope, White
Rose, Violet, Pansy Blossom,
Lily of the Valley and others,
regular price fUe, our price 25c
Createst Bargains Ever In
$1.50 Fountain Syringes 79j
$l..r,0 Hot Watei Bottles 80c
$2.00 Combination Fountain Syr
inge ami Hot Water Bottle 90c
$100 Ladies Whirling Spray
Syringe $1.69 -also a large as
sortment of Hot Water Bottles
ami Fountain Syringes 39c up.
Do You Write Letters?
Most People Do.
It is much easier to write when
you liave good papers and en
velopes. We are ollering some
good values at WAY DOWN
PRICKS. Hoc box Paper for 15c
-10c Writing Tublets 2 for 15c
It packages good envelopes for
10c. We have paper by the tpiire
or by the ream ami envelopes to
match at low prices.
We are offering a good $2.00
Fountain Pen for $1,25.
Patent Medicines at Cut
$1.00 Pinkhams Compound 09c
-$1.00 Pierces Prescription 89c
-$1.00 Promo Seltzer 89c-$1.00
Listerine U9c Doan's Kidney
Pills 45c -2."c Peroxide Hydrogen
I5c-$1.00 Peruna 89o - $1.50
Oriental Face Cream 09c-$1.00
Pinauds Hair Tonic 80c-$l.W
Newbro's llerpieide 89c.
Bargains in Other Parts
ol the Store.
10c Nail Buffers 1 9c -25c Mani
cure Sets 19c 25c Sanitol Face
Cream 14c 25c and l!5c Hand
Brushes 19c 10c Styptic Pencils
5c -2 Packages Chewing Gum
5c -$1.00 Hand Mirrors 69c-10c
Rolls Crepe Paper 5c Face
Chamois 5: ami 10c Williams
Shaving Stick 20c.
HOWELL DRUG CO
t 207 and 200 X. KUh 67., Hotel Loyal BuiMhiff, Omahat.W.
accounts of the Burlington, at Omaha,
and wife were over Sunday visitors
with relatives in the city.
A. J. Clark, who has been visiting
his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Rummerfield,
of this city for a few days', left Friday
for his home at Langdon, Mo.
A. B. Fornoir, a substantial farmer
residing west of this city paid us a
pleasant call Friday. You are always
welcome to our sanctum Mr. Fornoff.
The score was 11 to :t in favor of
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Polk entertained
the Iouisville High School teachers at
Klmhurst Saturday at dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kobler, of Sarpy
county, entertained about 75 friends at
a dancing party Saturday evening.
About twenty Louisville people at
tended the ball game at Springfield
Suturday between Manley and Spring
field. W. F. Diers is remodeling his resi
dence with a large porch on the South
and East sides and modern fixtures on
Mr. August Stander, of Louisville,
and Miss Mary Brown of Klmwood,
Thomas Sullivan Sundayed in Omaha. wcre unite(j jn marriage Wednesday at
the bride's home in Elmwood.
Decoration Day services will be held
at the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing by Rev. Geo. M. Jor.es. Floral dec
orating and services at the cemetery
in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Spangler enter-
jtained a number of friends at their
home Saturday evening. Dancintr and
I splendid refreshments were pleasant
I features of the evening.
Prof. Connor, of the State Universi
ty of Lincoln, came to Louisville Sat
urday morning over the Burlington
with about seventy-five geological stu
dents to explore the different (piarries
' for specimens.
Over two hundred dollars have been
; raised by John Waldron for the purj
Mrs. John Group was in Omaha Fri
Carl Quinton was in Louisville Thurs
The little son of Jno. Herd has been
Van Hardy spent Sunday with friends
Chas. Owens and wife were in Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wood were in
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps are in
Omaha this week.
Wm, K reck Ion, of Dorchester, Neb.,
is visiting in town this week.
John Inman is remodeling his resi
dence in the south part of town.
streets, Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "I
never used a medicine that brought as
great benefit as Doan's Kidney Pills.
My kidneys caused me much suffering
and there was a dull, tired ache across
the small of my back that distressed
me a great deal. If I stooped, my
back pained me severly and in the
morning when I arose, I felt as tired
as when I went to bed. Hearing Doan's
Kidney Pills so highly praised, I pro
cured at tiering & (Vs., drug store and
it was not long before I was thoroughly
relieved. (Statement given June 8,
On December 29, 1U8, Mr. Tiekoet
ter, said: "I cheerfully confirm my
former endorsement of Doan's Kidney
Pills. I have hud no trouble from my
kidneys since this remedy cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, Bole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
t take no other. 11-4
A Cponge Garden.
A beautiful effect may be obtained
by means of a damp stingH and a few
steils. Take a largo piece of coarse
sponge and cut It In any shape do
KtiTtl. Then soak It In water, squeeze
half dry and sprinkle In tin openings
red clover seed, millet, barley, grass,
rice, oats any or all of these. Hang
the sponge in a window where the
8un shines at least part of the day.
Country Life In America.
If You fiwr f i,iv Fsrm
Lucky Bill will exhibit at Louisville j pose of erecting an amphitheater on
Thursday evening of this week. i in the base ball park. Plans are being
Chas. Richey and family Sundayed "-ado to organize a county base ball A . , , unWv who -
. . m f ... ,. ,,;,.,, ! eague which will be of great benefit to : f ljnl' or " ,v " 1 1
m Plattsmouth with the Richeys. , ,.,.,, ; X . . ,,v, ,M ,.. in ,nll(.u ..
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UUreCl 10 ' Y parts tit' the lountrv are takintr
Dr. E. II. Worthman purchased nn
automobile in Omaha last week.
Chas. Hennings resigned his position
at Hiekols store Saturday evening.
Mrs. D. J. Vanskoyoc, of Lincoln is
a guest of Mr. Jno. Brotline anil fund-
A Fourth of July meetirg has been
called for next Tuesday at the Council
Miss Blanch lJathbtin is home from
Western Nebraska where she h;ts In en
t ';ic'h;ng scIioh!.
Me. Robertson, ititd;! opi'-tt-'f i.t
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