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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1909)
To The Public
The prices of lumber and building material
of all kinds is lower at the present time than it
will be in the future. Large-buyers such as
the railroads and similar corporations, have be
gun to buy in large quantities, the result is the
lumber market has passed the low place and
prices are bound to advance. If you are ex
pecting to build it will pay you to BUY NOW.
Get nrices from
Jake Hild was a visitor in the city
Philip Bom was in town Thursday on
A. W. Atwood had business in Oma
Chas. B. F. Cook was a visitor in
the city Friday.
Wm. Valiery and wife were in the
Chas. Creamer of near Murray, was
in the city Friday.
Tom Parmelue was a business visitor
in the city Friday.
Wash YounR came in for some ma
chine supplies Thursday.
Aug. Pausk and son Daniel of Louis
ville were here Saturday.
Wm. Spencer and wife of Cullom,
were in town Saturday.
Wm. Brantner was a business visitor
in the city Thursday and Friday.
Wm. Gillispie was in town Saturday
looking after his grain interests.
August Steppat drove in from near
the county farm on business Friday.
Miss Olga Keil, a popular young lady
of Cullom, spent Saturday with friends
Stephen Wiles drove in from his
farm near Mynard to do some trading
Bryon Clark came in from the east
Friday where he has been attending to
Wm. Gilmour and wife of Rock Blurt's,
were in the city visiting fViends and
Sheriff Quinton left for Weeping
Water Friday to make an appraisal of
Geo. P. Meisinger, Jr.,
Plaitmouth attending to
Ike Pearlman of Omaha, was in the
city Thursday to look after the rental
of his property interests.
Lawrence Stull, owner of many valu
able acres of land near Oreapolis
in town Thursday on business.
has fully recovered from her recent ill
ness. Miss Florence Baird left Thursday
for Cascade Springs, Colorado, to at
tend a meeting of the National W. C.
Miss Laura Chalfant of Kdgar, Neb.
who has been visiting in the city ut
the home of Frank Shopp, returned to
her home Thursday,
Dawson Roberts cf Mynard was in
the city on business Friday. Mr. Rob
erts farms and works in the elevator
for Wm. Gillispie.
Byron Reed was a visitor in the city
Friday and while here took several
more subscriptions for his son in the
Shetland pony contest.
Fritz Ginder was a business visitor inj
the city Saturday. He was accom
panied by George Volk, of Ashland,
who visited over Sunday.
John A. Hennings, who is president
of the Farmers Elevator Co., at Cedar
Creek and Ferdinand Hennings and
wife had business here Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. Hennings and her mother
Mrs. Nicholas Volk, who has been vis
iting with her in the country came in
on the Schuyler Friday morning.
Matthew Gering returned from his
outing and fishing trip out west Friday.
He reports he had a line t'me and feels
much better than when he left home.
Wm. and Henry Volk were in the
city Thursday. Win. had his auto
badly damaged recently by running in
to a washout, and it is laid up for re
Mrs. Schumaker and daughter, Miss
Minnie, who have been visiting in the
city with the family of John Iverson,
departed for their home at Fort Cal
Mrs. Peter Turn returned from Oma
ha Friday where she had gone to con
sult Dr. Gifford in regard to one of her
eyes. An operation was performed and
was in ! the eye is now causing her very little
John Iverson, the geniul blacksmith,
informs us that he is now "papa," as
the stork called at his residence last
Wednesday night, and left a pair of
twin girls. Mrs. Iverson and the girls
was ! are getting along nicely.
Mrs. J. W. Gamble visited over Sun-
Philip Schaefer and family were in I day with Mr. Gamble, who is teaching
the city Saturday visiting friends and
trading with our merchants.
Julius Pepperburg, the "Buds" cigar
man of Lincoln, was in Plattsmouth
Friday looking after business.
Edwin Jeary, cashier of the First
National Bank of Elmwood, was an
overnight visitor in the city Friday.
Join Swartz and Bent Livingston
took advantage of the wet spell to
come to town and do some trading Fri
P. H. Meisinger and daughter, Lena,
were in the city last week. Miss Lena
in the summer school at the Lincoln
State University. Supt. Gamble is a
deservedly popular instructor whose
services are always in demand.
Wm. R. Ruff ner, master mechanic of
Wabash railway at St. Louis, Mo., ar
rived in the city last week for a few
days' visit with hia parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Ruffner. He returned to his
home at St. Louis Saturday.
Louis and Martin Frederick had .busi
ness in the city Thursday. Louis has
had a bad ankle for some time and he
does not Bee the end of hia trouble with
it yet. However he can run tho riding
implements and d considerable work.
James Johnnon, the Cedcr Creek
blacksmith, had buMness in the city Fri
day. Mr. Johnson is a number one
smith and h.is the confidence of all the !
farmers in that vicinity, he is al- j
ways in the sh p ready for work as j
Rex Wilson, who looks after the
buiMiiess of his father, H. E. Wilson,
since the latter's long illness, went over
to Pacific Junction Friday to do some
work on the school house for which hia
father had contracted. He U a depend
able young man and his worth is well
shown and certainly appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Truesdale
arrived in Plattsmouth from Chicago
F.'iday for a few weeks visit with the
Dovey families. Miss Alice Dovey ac
companied them homo for a summer
outing. These young people had lead
ing parts in the "Stubborn Cinderella"
company which finished the season re
cently at Chicago.
Isadore Sitzman came in from Cedar
Creek Saturday morning for a visit
with relatives. His brother, August
was able to get down town on ci jtches
for the first time since accidently cut
ting his foot a few days ago. Isadore
says the base ball nine could not get
over to play the river rata Sunday us
the water was too high.
Eddie Todd and wife and their guests
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, of near Oreap
olis were here Saturday. Eddie states
that ho delivered a load of new hay to
the liveryman, Wm. Wehrbein at fS
per ton. In accounting for the low
price he says this is an early cutting
from Ins bottom meadow and the hay
is lot ns perfect as the second crop
Geo. Kairenberger received a carload
of feeding cattle from the S. Omaha
stock yards Friday George is one of
Cass county's prosperous farmers and
stockfeeders and his experince will aid
in making a nice profit on this bunch
of feeders. Good corn fed beeves are
bringing S rents and better now nnd he
thinks he can ofVord to fatten them
even with 05 cent corn.
Mrs. Michael Horn of Ilainview,
Nebr., came Saturday to visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Geo. Born, and Mrs.
Bernard Wurl. Se was acocmpanied
by her granddaughter, Miss Mary
HofTart, and they will visit here some
time as they have many relatives nnd
friends in this vicinity. Miss Dora Horn,
a daughter, living in Omaha visited
over Sunday with them.
But the Men.
We shall open tomorrow morning
.(Tuesday) for business with one of the
most finely appointed drug stores in
Eastern Nebraska. In addition to the
regular lines usually carried in a first
class drug store we shall handle Lowe
Bros Paints and Stains, Wall Paper,
Candy and Cigars and all kinds of toilet
goods. A feature of our business will be
our modern sanitary Soda Fountain.
This is something new and you are cor-
dially invited to call and inspect it.
Wevrich & Mad:
Red Cross Drufl Store.
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i Ring Free
During the next three months, in order to ad
vertise our business in general, and our delicious
"Fairy Ice Cream" in particular, we intend to hold a
diamond ring contest. Each 5c purchase will count as
one vote, 10c as two votes, etc. Contest will close
September 30, 1909. To the lady receiving the largest
number of votes, we will give a beautiful diamond ring,
actual value $75. which is now on exhibition in Cra
bill's window. To the lady receiving the second largest
number of votes, we will give an elegant silver and
gold tea set. actual value $25, which is now on exhibi
tion in McElwain's window. In thi contest there is
absolutely no possibility of fraud, as the only way to
get votes is to make a cash purchase. We shall an
nounce standing of contestants each Thursday.
WAUl & I
Candymakers. Next to P. O.
Advertised Letter List.
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Plattsmouth, Neb., June 28,
Ladies, Moore, Miss Arquilla. Gentle
men, Wright, P. W.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter office July 12, 190D, if not
delivered before. In calling for the
above please say "advertised" giving
date of list.. C. H. Smith, P. M.
Mrs. Nicholas Volk of Pekin, 111.,
who recently came to this city to pay a
visit to h er sons and daughters reached
the age of 84 yearei yesterday and a
number of relatives gathered at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob
Tritsch to help celebrate the day. Mrs.
Volk has had an active and busy life
and though so well advanced in yearc,
is still as spry physically and as strong
mentally as most persons are at 70
years of age. On her recent trip from
Pekin, 111., to this city, covering one
night and one half of a day, she seemed
to feel as little fatigue as any, though
other members of the party were
After all had enjoyed the good things
prepared by Mrs. Tritsch; social talk, in
which many nearly forgotten events
were recalled and discussed; and card
playing passed the after.ioon swiftly
and enjoyably. Those present to enjoy
the occasion were, Messrs. and Mes
dames Jacob Tritsch, Martin Fredrich,
Chas. Hennings, J. W. Tritsch, John
F. Hennings, Fred Oldenhausen, and
Mrs. John Urish, Mrs. E. K. Trettig,
and Mrs. Nicholas Volk.
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