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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1909)
BRIEF LOCAL HAPPENINGS
M. FanRer is trRinuicting business at
Mrs. Kate Oliver was a passenger to
Judge W. II. Newell returned home
Thursday from Wymore.
Dr. (iilmore of Murray was in the
city today, returning from Omaha.
Henry Hirtz received ly express to
day a line registered fox hound.
W. II. Larkin of Omaha is visiting
) his son, J. W. and family, in this city.
Wayne and Clyde Murphy of Omaha
were visiting friends here Thursday.
Frank MeKlroy, the tailor, was a
passenger to Omaha. Thursday morning.
Mrs. I. C. Lydc departed Thursday
morning for W'aro, Neb., to visit her
(ieo. II. Foster, the box bowling
man, was a passenger to Omaha
L. V. LoreiM, J. II. Donncllyjand
Henry Ilerold were passengers Jto
Mrs. CI. W. Ualton and her daugh
ter, Mrs. N. S. Belhera, were passen
gers to Omaha Thursday.
John Ohm and II. II. Wolf, of Ohio,
arc visiting the former's brother, Fred
Ohm, and other freends in this city.
The Mesdames K. Fogarty, Wagner
and Kroehler of Havelock are visiting
friends in this city, arriving Thursday,
Good room for rent, large enough for
two persons; on high school hill. In
quire of H. 0. Walters, at the News
Miss Catherine Howland and Miss
Gladys l'irie arrived Thursday from
Wymore, Neb., to visit Mrs. Will
Howland and family.
I. Pcarlman of Omaha was in the
Thursday looking after his building,
which is to be occupied by the Smith
Every student In Plattsmouth
should hear Dr. Cook's story of
his discovery ol the north pole.
Majestic. Friday and Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson, who
have been visiting at the home of Pete r
Carlson in this city, departed Thursday
for their home in Norfolk, Neb.
William Ilaird, tin general superin
tendent of the 1 jfil Iturlington shops,
is having his household goods moved to
the dwelling formerly occupied by W.
L. Pickett, on Main ntreet.
Remember t!e basket ball game this
evening at Coates'hall, in which the
sophomores will down the juniors,
maybe. The senior and junior girls
will also try for superiority.
Educational Note: Hear Dr.
Cook's voice and the story of his
discovery of the north pole on
a Victor record at the Majestic
Friday and Saturday night.
P. E. Jennings and family and Mr.
and Mrs. I. 15. Green departed Thurs
day for Sidney, la., where they will at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Green, an ac
count of whose death will be found in
another column of this paper.
Last night at the Majestic a neat
little sketch was pulled off by five
young girls in the Indian love song,
"Moon llird." Those taking part
were Edith Dovey, Catherine Fitz
gerald, Myrtle Siiffer, Marie Ganger
and Mildred Iteim.
The pupils in the Plattsmouth pub
lic schools are having their first exam
inations for this term.
Case ol Smallpox.
The first case of smallpox for this
season was reported in Albright, a su
burb of Omaha, Wednesday.
f0 introduce fine materials, clean
piethods, scientific equipment
into the making of soda crackers
was one triumph
To actually bake into them a subtle
goodness, a real individuality, never
before known, was another triumph
But to effectually protect them so
that the fullest benefit of these fine
materials, this careful, cleanly baking,
this unique goodness comes to you
unaltered, was the crowning triumph
that gave the world
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
P. E. Jennings and family have ar
rived in this city to reside from Hoone
county, this state, nnd he has accepted
a position in the local Hurlington
Granted a Divorce.
Lulu M. Leek was yesterday granted
a divorce from Charles E. IJinkley by
District Judge Cornish. They were
married at Plattsmouth in August
1!M)S, and she informed the court that
he had been guilty of cruelty nnd non
support. According to her testimony
he refused to work and support her,
though able physically to do. She
also asserted that he bad cursed and
otherwise abused her. Her maiden
name, Leek, was restored to her.
- At the Majestic.
The Misses Edith Dovey, Myrtle
Saffer, Catherine Fitzgerald and Marie
Fanger did themselves proud at the
Majestic last evening.
Didn't Know Her Name.
A marriage license was issued this
morning to Ed Huffman, aged 20, and
Lizzie Kline, aged 2", both of Platts
mouth, the consent of Mr. Huffman's
father having been secured. When
asked for the lady's name the blushing
would-be head of a family acknowl
edged that he could not just remember
what it was anil he appealed to his
father. Between the two after going
over a number of names they finally
located what they believed to he the
right one. They were married this af
ternoon by Judge Archer.
B. A. Millard and family of South
Dakota, who have been visiting friends
near Glenwood, la., are visiting the
families of J. A. Davis and Captain
Isaac Wiles near this city.
At a regular meeting of the Knights
and Ladies of Security held Monday
night fourteen applications were re
ceived. Present at the meeting was
district deputy W. A. Skelton of Joplin
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Cochran and
their children, who have been visiting
Mrs. Cochran's parents here, departed
Tuesday morning for their home in
Eathn, Wyoming, where he is engaged
largely in th? atoz'i raisin?, business
A. D. Hall of Omaha was the guest
of his mother in this city over night
and returned home Tuesday.
John Fiht and wife, J. W. Tiietch
and wife and Miss Mary Wehrbein and
Mrs. A. F. Buedecker of Nehawka re
turned to this city Tuesday from their
sad mission to Norfolk, Neb., where
they hurried William Hagel, a brother
of Mrs. Fight and father of Mrs.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson of Omaha
spent last night in this city in an en
deavor to secure a lecture for Walter
Howe, the English lecturer and actor.
She had previously secured a date in
Lincoln and Omaha at $100 per lecture.
TheShakespeareane club here thought
that was a little too expensive for a
Plattsmouth audience, especially after
ading $25 for the Parmeie opera
Stands Like a Stone W
Turns Cattli, Horses, Hogt-Is Practically Indastruellfcio
- 1 r-M rr rrrrii"! '
Some of the
that are just
Guaranteed to wear two yean
black, white and colors.
Aged Lady Dies.
Mrs. H. B. Green, mother of Mrs.
15. G. Hyde, died of asthma at the
home of her son at Sydney, la. No ar
rangements have been made as yet for
the funeral, but the ImhIv will probably
receive interment at Sydney. De
ceased came to Plattsmouth a few
months ago. She was a member of the
Presbyterian church at her former
home and was a consistent christian
throughout her life. She had suffered
for a long period of time with the dis
ease which finally caused her death.
German St. Paul's Church.
Rev. F. Klick, secretary ef (".:r home
mission work in tlu- Synod will piwch
tonight. Service begins at 7:!0.
Members and friends tre most cordial
ly invited. J. H. Steger, Pastor.
V. R. C.
Mrs. Clara J. Hughes of Fremont,
state department president of the
Women's Relief Corps, and Mrs. Ad
dle Hough of Omaha, department
treasurer of the smite order, met with
the Plattsmouth organization in the
Grand Army hnl Thursday afternoon.
The ladies of Plattsmouth and vicin
ity will take notice that the millinery
season is rapidly drawing to a close
and our trimmer will not remain with
us much longer; hence it will be to your
advantage to get in for your needs in
this line at the earliest possible moment
in order that we may give you our best
attention. We find ourselves heavily
over stocked on swell trimmed huts and
propose to cut prices to clean upbefore
Thanksgiving, Of course our trimmer
will remain with us as long asthe
necessity requires, and the matter is
now wholly in your hands. Get in your
order now and you will get the benefit
of the services of our expert trimmer
who is direct from the eastern markets.
The Department Store, J
21-2t M. Fanner, Prop.!
Comb in and spk tub Maisk fim.ino.
COMI'Rfc.SS IT. THKN WATCH IT F.xrANDl
Sec our display of the famous
The Maish is -wonderfully
wanner, 3'et lighter than or
It is made differently.
It is made of o:ie continuous
piece, the exact size of the
finished comfort, the same
fluffy, downy thickness
throughout no lumps, no
We have a fine assortment
of new fall patterns in all sizes,
silkolene, sateen and silk,
ranging in price from $3.00
in silkolene to $18.00 in silk;
Bassinette $1.25 and up; Crib
$1.75 and up. v . . ,
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Come in and sec them.
The largest and best
assorted lot of fancy
and plain Handker
chiefs ever shown in
100 dozen plain white
chiefs per doz. only 25c
130 dozen Handker
chiefs at each 5c.
Best line ever shown.
Better grades at 10c,
15c, 25c, 35 and 50c.
The only line that
has given full satisfac
tion in looks, width and
wearing qualities 69c,
89c, $1.00, $1 25, up
We have the new
things coming all the
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We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and super
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Fence has advanced 15 per cent since we purchased our
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Our Coal is the best cool weather comfort
that you will be able to find In town. These
chilly fall winds will soon turn into winter
and you will need the comfort that our coal
will give you. Better order early to avoid
disappointments when an extra
chilly day comes.
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