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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1909)
At the Big Store Of
ASEEUSSSSE6! s .KLINGE
Is attracting the attention of the entire county and the farmers are travel
ing through the mud to get to it.
Here are a few prices to show you how we are selling carpenter tools.
st . . .
at . .
12 inch, 50c now
10 inch, 40c now
9 inch,. 35c now
a great many other tools such as Augers, Chisels, Files, Squares and Ham
mers, also garden Rakes, Hoes, Shovels, Spades and Scoops.
A. Few Xmas Suggestions
stoif?.!?.!.1f!!! 75c, $1-00, $1.50 and $2.00
Former price from $1.00 to $4.50.
Carving Sets $6.50, new 549 $5' now $3.49
Ever Ready Flash Lights
A big line of Pocket Knives, Razors and Shears at extra low prices. Table
Cuttery, also Food Choppers and many useful articles at prices that will
Wood and Iron Stock
Remember our stock of articles in Wood and Iron is the biggest in the
county and is being sold at way down prices.
ASEMISSEN & KLI
REAL ESTATS. Town residence from $43) to SS.flOa. Don t
pay rent any loii'-er. You can own your own (Ucllin' cheaper.
Let !! "h w yon so.ne good chance to acquire farnu in Ne
braska . . mth ami North Dakota, Missouri or Texas. FIHE
IN-''if ::i:K wri'.ten in six of tlie be.-t companies.
SURETY BOvDS. (Jet your bond froin the American Surety Co.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. The risk of personal injury id 40
times as great as that of loing your property by fire. Secure
a policy of the London Gurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income whil vu are onable to work.
INDEPENDENT PHONE 454.
And we are here with the goods
No such display of furniture was ever
shown in Plattsmouth and much of the
stock is suitable for Christmas presents.
Come and see our
RUGS, CARPETS, CHAIRS
and other swell articles, just the thing
WE CARRY TOYS
Just what you want for the little folks
to make them happy. Call and see
what we have.
The Furniture Man, Sixth Street
Your supply should e l'onht
now iiiul there w no place "
town where you can luy tlicin
to better mlvanURP than at
F. S. White's
A beautiful stock of Dry (ioodn
at prices known to lie ri(;ht is
here for your inspection.
CALL AND SKH I'S
This iiftemoon at the home of the
briile'rt parents, at i o'clock. Miss
Rosa Bowers and Mr. Tim WooMir
were joined in holy wedlock, Judge
Heeson o(Iiciatiii(r. The youiiR people
have the best wishes of their ninny
friends for a life of happiness and
Has taken charge of the Wil
liam Puis Blacksmith Shop
4 1-2 mile west, of Murray.
All kinds of Fine Horsohoe
ing and all kinds of Black
smithing. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Call on Him.
Old Residents Knew Mm.
15. A. McKlwain received word
yesterday that his cousin, I). S. Ilar
nest, residing at Fort Smith, Ark.,
had been stricken with a paralytic
stroke and had died last Tuesday
Mr. Hamest will be well remembered
by old residents, having at one time
lived here. lie was a railroad man
when living in this vicinity and was
a conductor on a passenger run in
Arkansas at the time of his death.
Out Again Alter Fall.
Louis Jaran, who is an employe of
the Burlington whops and who had
suh a severe slinking up by a fall last
Friday, wheu the scaffolding gave wav
where he wsi working preeipitatin
him to the cement floor some distanc
below and bruising his foot and ankle
is so he can get out with the aid of a
crutch, but not so as to be able to
resume his work for some time.
Sundayed In Plattsmouth.
Mrs. Alpha Drew and son, (lerald
N. Drew, of Omaha, who formerly
resided in this city, were over Sunday
visitors in this city, the guests of the
home of the former'H sister, Mrs. J.
C. Cummins and Mrs. K. W. Kennecdy
also visiting with Charles Cummins
who is visiting here at present
from Sedgwick, Colorado. Mrs. Drew
and son departed for home this morn
tig on th7 Burlington.
J. (I. Whitlock who is employed
by the Burlington in the construction
of the concrete sewer ot this place,
is suffering from a lame back caused
by a severe strain, which he re
ceived while ut work, nnd is com
pelled to lay off mid departed for
his home atshland where he will
remain until he is again able to re
turn to his work.
(Her 100 Solid Cold i ml Filled patterns to select from.
We can please you in prices and we absolutely guarantee each
ihmI every one.
(lents IS size, 'JO year case, F.Igin Movement, a
Others, same make, up to S45.00
Howard Watches $35.00 1,ml "P.
Ladies Cold Watches $12.50 a'l'up.
Don't forget that we can sell you the very best Watches
made in the world.
In the RING line we can show you over (00 patterns in
solid gold. No filled or plated rings carried at this store.
Nothing but the best.
In addition we carry a big line of Sterling Silver ware
ami Sterling Silver Novelties.
J. W. CKABSLP.
BUY THEM EARLY
and avoid disappointment. We will be pleased! jo
lav them awav xor you to ba called fw later. r
We h-.vo new novtltis in NICE. BUT IN
EXPKNEiVE GOODS. We have choice and cost
ly gifts. But in all grades and at all prices
The Nicest and Most Appropriate
GIFTS fcr the Little or Big, .Old
1 arWn R t
a ikjui lias
Headquarters for Holiday Goods
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
C. B. & Q. WATCH INSPECTOR
Christmas Candy Bargains! X
Had a Lively Spin
Last evening while coming
the steep hill near the electric
plant, known as Wintcrstein
with a load of electric light
C U. Murdick and (leorge Sharp, hal
an exciting tin.' withthet earn which'
tried to and linally tlid run away, i
The hill being steep and no way of;
holding the wagon off the horses, they
became uniiuniigi'ahle, and ran away;
barely missing htrikitig an aged lady
who as just then crossing the bridge, j
ami breaking away from the wagon I
turned and ran back up the hill audi
were in the act of plunging over the
high bank on tin Burlington tracks,
when the young man secured the lines
and stopped the fractious animals.
The damage win slight but the ex
New Lodge Officers.
Kvcrcreen Camp No. 70, Woodmen
!of the World, elected ollieers last
! night as follows:
j P. Vallerv, Camp Commander.
It. It. Moffat, Clerk.
I'M Kruger, Adviser Lieutenant.
! Harry Kruger, Hanker.
; Dr. I!. W. Cook, Medical Kxani
; C. II. Meeker, Watchman.
; (). Olsen, Sentry.
rhil Uihn, Kscort.
V. Mullys, Manager.
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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.
I; J. V. Egenberger
Mrs. I). II. Smith and daughter,
Miss Letta, were passengers to Om
aha this morning where they will
visit with the former's daughter,
Mrs. Ct. W. Stigers, and family for
Miss Certrude Stcnncr, who is a
teacher in Hoyles commercial college
in Omaha was an over Sunday visitor
in the. city at her home, and departed
for her work in the metropolis this
, .UTev.mn Lewis of Mount Pleasant
I ppeii ct was a business visitor in the
1 eitv '.his afternoon.
Mamp p hotos, 2 doi. 25c Olso
I.' pon the resignation of .William
llabennann who has officiated as
janitor of the Coates block for some
time, and which took pla ce the morn
ing, John D. Tutt was nppoimnted
to the place.
The manager, Mr. J. P. Falter, is
to be congratulated, as well as nil the
tenants, and those having business at
that place, upon the securing of so
courteous and efficient a gentleman ns
Mr. Tutt for the position.
Can anyone imagine any tangible reason for buy
ing inferior randies, whrn pure wholesome candies are
manufactured here n'most at your very doorstep?
Would you buy the better grade if you could get it at
a lower price. Yes, of course you would. Then we
will make a bargain with you. He sure you don't forget.
Here it is.
Our own make, pure, wholesome mixed candies,
several varieties ut 10c per lb. Omaha prices 12 l-2c
per lb. Other merchants prices 15c per lb. for similar
varieties of questionable quality. Now this is a per
sonal agreement between us. He sure to come in and
live up to your side of it. Then here arc some more
equally good bargains in high grade goods.
Mixed Nuts and nuts of all varieties only, per lb..L0c.
Our own Taffies and Peanut Candies only, per lb. , ,15c
Our own Cream Wafers and Chocolate Creams, lb, ,25c
Our own "Fairy" Chocolates and Hon Hons, per lb, . 40c
Many other varieties of high grade candies
10c lb. up to 75c lb.
Ninas tree Ornaments, immense line, each,, ,1c to 10c
Post Card Albums ."( percent cheaper than last
y,.ar 15c to $2.00
Post Card i?oxes new and novel C0e to $2.50
Xmas Hooklets, best line ever, each lie to 20c
10,000 Christmas Post cards, each lc to 50e
Xmas Stationery, better and cheaper than else
where Hc to 75c
Christmas Tags, Cards, Stickers, Labels and numerous
articles in demand at this season.
NEMETZ & CO.
Candvmakers. Next to Postofficfcr-.
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