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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
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WILL MAKE A GOOD PRESENT FOR
THAT BOY OR GIRL. WE WILL
GIVE THE INSTRUCTIONS. WE
KNOW HOW. PRICES
FROM $2 UP.
Perfumes in Holiday Packages
NO;OLD KEPT OVER STOCK BUT ALL
NEW INJHE LAST WEEK.
LET US SHOW YOU
V.'JM Serve Christmas Lunch.
Tin- Linl'ira" Aiil MM'ioty of tin Chris
tian i-liure-li have jilannre! to hold their
next in rti': :.t tin hemic of Mr,. M.
Archer on !ieM. Vi-!n sel.-iv, : ii.i will
serve n CLii tr-:: s hr ii. '.hi
meet in); it in expert' '. l!s.t u. i -i ;.
of the Mieirty w i.J I e juMi.t. .- it i
intrude! to make i: n r.'! !.!; . d.iv
fur the Mie'.et V.
On the Sick List.
WEYRICH & HADRABA
The Red Cross Drug Store.
Will go to Work Beit Week.
John Itoetter, who Inn lieen on the
nick list for ho many week past was
down town today, and the attending
physician told him he could go to
work on next Monday if he could
tinned to improve as he was doing at
the present time. Mr. Itoetter lias
heen off from his work at the UurkliiiR
ton shops now for some two weeks, and
will he ulad to lie aide to resume his
Visit Old Friends.
J. K. (ireeii of Alhion, an old time
friend of the editor of this paper, and
a ne'iKhhor for nearly n score of years,
of out friend, T. T. W ilkinson of the
Hurlinuton shops, who lived for that
length of time in Boone county, vis
ited with fri'-ndi in this city for the
past few divs a icst at. the home of
Mr. Wilkinson, departed for his home
at Allurn this moiniiiR.
Ed Arkerman Loses Sister.
I'd Ackerman of the Burlington
shops returned this morning from
Chicago where he was in attendance
at the funeral of his sister. Mrs. Kel
Bailgeley, who died at a hospital at
that place Saturday, where she was
receiving treatment, having under
went an operation for appendicitis,
from which she died. Mrs. Bailgeley
was some thirty-eight years of age
and leaves a faultily.
In; arc:! at Masonic Heme.
Mr. D. C.Nutphin who has made his
home at the Masonc Home for a mini
her of years, and who has a host of
friends not only in the city of Tlatts
mouth hut throughout the country
yesterday suffered a very painful and
seroius wound which int he hascment
of the Home. He had gone down
stairs and was taken hy a fit of vertogo,
falling hack wards, striking his head
on some olijeet, causing a contusion
ahout an inch in length in the hack
portion of his head, which also caused
unconsciousness. The accident hnjv
pened ahout four o'closk yesterday
and at this time he has not returned
to consciousness, although all has heen
done for him that could ho. Mr.
Sutphen is ahout eighty years of nge
and this injury is particularly hard on
him in that account. What the out
come of it will he no one can tell, hut
nil hope for the best of the aged mason.
lor lie past frw
Be: has I. n on the
ni I i. t out of i V
in. thins of a serioii- . ..It ; e .-.!. t
!: : !M t u'l'e to wo I; ;ir d par. not ;
c' (ii account of !o.-w of nppctitr.
ii.-. many friends will he i!eas"! to.
! ! ow of his le ing nh!e to gi t out ng;:in. X
We hope that his sickness will l- only ' X
m'h'Ii ijt-' hi
c.oid nd rilled
you in j riri s nd wo
to select from.
;ti:'! n f i e i . :i
f mpnrary, nnn that he
well and strong again.
I'll year ca.-e, Klgin .Vive nwnt
S12.S0 '1 uP-
Nlce Crowd, Good Time.
I.a.-t evening tho Loyal Sons, the
young men's hihle claw at tho Chris
tian Sunday school, gave their oyster
supper and had a fine crowd and a
general good time. All who were pres
ent were surely made to feel at home
and the affair was one which tho boys,
or young men, as they may bo called
can well fell glad they had apart in i
tho making. They netted a nice!
cash balance which is to boused to'
help build a room on the church bind
ing for the purpose of a class room for
the Loyal Sons. This matter is being
helped also by entertainments given
by other classes of tho school and es
pecially by tho Loyal Daughtrrs, tho
young ladies class of the same school.
Over !00 S;
V'e r;tn pi ': p
mid ( vi iv one.
(ients IK si.e,
( H hers. .-: mo make,
Howl ' .i V ..tchi s. . . .
Ladies dold Watches,
Don't forget that wo e:.n sell you tho very best Watches
made in the world.
. In the RING lino wo can show you over 000 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
and Sterling Silver Novelties.
I J. W. CABBLL
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
B. & Q. WATCH INSPECTOR,
The Final Drawing.
Another huge rrowd gutherei
Returns to Work at Omaha.
Frank Boyd, tho carpenter and
contractor, who has boon at homo for
some time past, on account of tho
severe weather which has kept him
from working, departed forOmnha this
morning where he has some work
under way for I. IVarlnian, formerly
of this city. Mr. Boyd experts to
resume work on the building if con
ditions are so as to permit.
Very Little Improvement.
Mrs. W. L. Street returned last
evening from Omaha where she and
little Clara Mae Morgan had been yes
terday to visit with W. L. Street wh
is in a hospital at that place, and re
port not tho most satisfactory pro
gress in his case. As yet it has not
neeb decided whether an operation
will be neccsarv.
Visiting Irom Oklahoma.
F. II. Chassiott , who is visiting in
the pity accompanieel by his wife,
with Mrs. J. P. Hansen and family
from Poeassctt, Oklahoma, we-re pas
sengers to Omaha where they will
visit with P. 0. Ilansrs and attend
the National Corn Imposition as well.
Mr. Chassiott who formerly liveel in
this city is a prosperous farmer in the
sunny southland, and is well pleased
Mrs. John Donelan and her sister,
Mrs. Casper Thygeson of Nebraska
City, who is visiting at present at
the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mr
A. W. White, were passengers this
morning to Omaha whore they will
lie guests of friends for the clay.
Albert Schaeffcr and wife and two
boys, Charle's and Robert Davidson,
who are making their hemic at Mr.
SchaofeTs and his mother's, were
passengers to Omaha this morning,
where they will try and get some ad-
1 vanccd views on farming riucstioiH.
Will Visit Parents.
Mrs. Fred Kunsman and daughter,
Klizahcth, were passengers to Omaha
this morning where they go to meet
Mrs. Kunsman's daughter, Mrs. (iuy
Burton of Brunswick, this state',
formerly of Murray, who comes to
visit with her parents and other friends
in the city and at Murray for some
time. Mr. Burton is engaged in tin-
Are Leconiinjj Wke.
Ben Horning, Chris Tscherrin and
Frank and Charles Shopp, Mat Sul-
sit anil .Minus ntz mane up a party , fr(,,.,
who are learning all that there- is in!
At the ofiiee ef tne county supenn-j
tendent of schools on Friday and Sat-; Cle-rk eif the District Court James
urday ef this week will be held a ti-icli-1 M. Robertson was a passenger to
pis' e x iminiition and it is cprrti-l I Omaha this morning whe-re ho went
that the-re- will be a large atti-ndanro ! to look after some business matters.
1! parts of the- county.
the advanccel me-thods of raising corn,
wheat and other grains as told by
the wise- ones at the National Corn
Imposition today in Omaha.
to take part, in the hi.t tlrawing. The
clock had stepped at lO-iiS-OS. Tirke
timrd at 10-.VMM, held by l A. ft.c
Crarv, won the first prize ef and
ticket timed at W-.rIMM, he-Id by
Hugo .Wmisscn, took the 2 prize-.
This was the final drawing.
Departed lor Home Today.
M. P. McUingi-r and Fred Hullo of
Madison, this stile, who have been
visiting in tlr city with the former's
father, Mr. Conrad M.-isinger, and
west of the pity with n number of rel
atives and friends for some day.-, past,
departed thU morning for Omaha
whe-rethe-y will visit the National Corn
Imposition today and then go to
their home in M.idi.vin this cvenning.
Would Invest In the City.
Messrs. Fred and Antone Wall
were in the e-ity yesterday lookingover
Home prope-rty with a view of invest
ing in the same. The-y departed for
Omaha this afternoon, after having
looked over the city during the morn
ing, and expressed themselves as
liking the pity.
Happily Married Yesterday
The following clipped from the
State Journal, mention of which was
made in our columns yesterday:
"John F. Asher and Mrs. draco
Harrison, both of Lincoln, we-re mar
ried ye-stonUy afternoon at the St.
Pnnl'i l-'liii(!t church parMHiage-,
wev. I. F. Uo.-o-h oiliciating. The cere-; when I
mony was witnessed by a nunihi-rnf I (';,.vs
the re-lalivcs and frii-ndv Mr. and
Mrs. Asher will reside- in Lincoln.
The above named parlies were
former roMdniU of this city and are
well and f:i hi. lily known to many of
our pl-o.!i The best wishes of the
Daily News as well as their lmt of
friends go with them.
Gives Pleasing Dinner.
A number of the lady friends of
Mrs. Dora Moore, of this e-ity we-re
the participants in a very emlightful
supper given at her home yi'.sterday.
There were eove-rs laid for nine and
the- time was spent in the most pleas
ant conve-rse, and all who were pre-s-ent
thoroughly e-njoye-d the eice-asion,
anil each elee-lare-d Mrs. Moore one
of the most grae-ious e-ntertainers.
Building Houses In Omaha.
C. A. Downs and little daughter
Pearl e-aine- dow n from Omaha I his
nfternoon i inornuig and visited friends and saw
The the eild town, the former home of Mr.
tj Downs, who was an e-inploye in the
P. A. Me- rurhhgto:i shops lor a number el
years. Mr. Downs is now e-ngaged in
the contracting business in the- metrop
olis, and has ceinstrueted a large- nuni-be-r
of buildings there- during the past
ye-ar. lie has a building now under
construction which he e-annot proceed
with on Hi-count of the pole! weather.
It being so cole! that no work can he
done toward the- work ef constructing
the foundation, which lias to be done-
before the work can be- pushed for
ward on other portionsof the buihling.
Have Very Short Days.
John MeNurlin recently rece-ived
a letter from his sister, Mrs. Jerrett
Core of Bigwlf, North West Te-r-itory,
where Mr. Ceiro is e-ngaged in
railroad weuk, contract ing from the
i-oinpany. Mrs. Core in writing to
to her lirothe-r, state-el that the days
arc cxtre-ine-ly short at that place, the
sun rising betwee-n ten anil e-le-ve-n
o'clock in the morning or more
properly the forenoon, and geiing ilown
between one and two in the after
noon, making something less than
feiur hours above the horizon. These
j short days are compctisateil for though
by the extre-mcly long days in the
summer, as one- is able to read as
late as e-leve-n ei'clock in the- e-ve-n-ing
out of eloors, without a light and
as early e-s erne o'e-lock in the morn
ing, those must be what the writer
of the "Spanish Caviler" had in mind
wrote of the "long summer
Mr. Street Slightly Improved.
Mrs. M. A. Stive-t aeompatiioel I
Visiting With CelaUic.
Thomas II. I'it;:gera!d of Pre-shio,
Wis., e-ana- in this .".fiernoon and is
visiting in the e-ity with relatives,
he-ing a gin-st at the homes of his hroth-
iors, Fih-.anl ami Joseph. Mr. Fitz
igerald will visit at Louisville andothe-r
points be-fore returning to his home.
painting ami paper hanging misiness (,r !it(,(, pr.(1(l , i:, ,-lt rr. liti'.e Clara
and is prospe-ring. j m;U. Morgan, was a passenger to Oei-
ttjs ,.,j,Ur where v hey go to
One of the elaiiuhtcrs of 1. B. Cireeii i visit Mr. W. L. Street, who is i.t the
of South Park is reporteel as being sick F.inmanuel hospital taking treatment, j his o!el friends and looking after some
Andy Thompson of Ce-dar Creek
:-ame in this morning and was meeting
with diphtheria, though the
not at this time vcrv sitoius.
is I 1 he last n pons were inai .ur. .-irei i
was fe-eling slightly bette-r.
business matters ilunnir the lay. r-:
turning home- on the afternoon trail
John Kraeger of Mount Pleasant
precinct, anel two daughters, Mary
anil Sophia, e-amc in last evening, and
remaining eiver night departed this
morning for Omaha wlu-re they will
spenel the elay at the National Corn
Kmmons J. Kiehey dejiarted last
evening for Louisville on the- Bur
lington for Louisville where ho is
intere-steel with his brothe-r OW.
Rii-hi-y in the sand business. lb- wflk
remain for some days visiting with
his brother and family and looking
after busini-ss. jJ
Mrs. Clark Some Uettcr.
Mi". Ward Clark is so far re i-overed
Wall r L. I'.iiling wa. in the city !
ycsti-rila- lonkiii'; after some business
uiattcrsat tli-i-ourt Iioiim-, a ml elepai t-1
ed list evening over tli'- Miourij
Pacihe f ir hmnt- via Omaha. Mr. i
Failing was former Pla. tiinuih j
Citizen, and hus lived at (Jn-eiiwooel
where he aviis engaged m the tin-re-an-file
business fur some time, and lab-r
sold it and berime a farmer. He has
tho farm xoiidiicte-el by his sons, while
he is manager of the- farmers' elevator.
Mr. Clark te get to work
agiin. Mr. Clark has been sick
for nearly a week and has had the
attention if her husband who le-ft
his husincv- and eared for her, as help
which hael promised to e-onie elid not
;;.pt-ar. so Ward be-rauu- nurse-. The
many fr'a l ds of Mr. Chirk and wife
will ; 'juice at the- improvement in
Mr. Clark's ' condition.
Are Icing Today.
MeMacke-n's feire-e eif workmen are
toelay placing in the houses eif J. F.
McDanie-l a steire- of ire- for Ids next
summer's use. The ice- while not
overly thick is ef the best ipiality anel
is being gotten in gooel eeimlitiein.
Herolds Book and Matioaen
This Stori is a Sparkle With All Kinds cf Gccds Suitable for Christmas Presents and the Difference Cc
tween Our Prices and Prices Elsewliere, !s Niver so Pronour.r.ed as at ?liis Season of the Year.
The only complete line of books in the city. All the
latest issues of Fictio.. worth reading-"When a n
Marries," "Goose Girl," "Half a Chance," "Making of
Booby Burnett, " "Selina Leu," "The Cash Intrigue."
"The Bill Toppers," "Little Sister Snow," "The Foreign
er," and many other "This season's most popular sellers"
Handsomely illus:rated by Christy, Fisher.IIutt and other
popular illustrators making beautiful Christmas gifts.
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS.
Blest are the children who find in their Christmas stock
ing any of our delightful gift books. Blest because through
the whole year they will find untold happiness in the
pages. A full assortment of "Oz" Books "Billy Whis
kers" books Alger and Henty books, Saalfields Indcstruc
table Muslin books for little tots, "Pickles," "Newly
- Weds," "Buster Brown," "Katsen jammers Kids," Taint
Books "The Auto Boys," and many others. We meet
Omaha competition on any and all books. Try us.
TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!!
All of "Toy lands" latest scientific and mechanical toys
are found here. "American Flyer" trains from $1.00 to
$8.00. Worden's Steam Engines (the kind that goes) from
$1.50 to 15.00. Magic Lanterns, Prof Zimmerman's Ludo
scope (moving picture toy) 50c each.
MILTON BRADLEY CO'S MAGIC DOTS.
ASchoenhuttsCo. Humpty Dumpty circus. All kinds
ol Dolls. Tea Sets, Toy Stove i, Gravity Toys, Building
Blocks Rubber Balls, Indestructible Children's Furniture,
Chairs,' Tables and Rockers, Guaranteed to last ten years.
The price Is low. "Flixible Flyer Sleds," (the kind the
boys all want). Stamping Outfits, Children's Millow Rock
ers, etc. Come in and see our toy line.
Fine Christmas Stationery, (the kind that you need not
be ashamed of) in ift boxes from r0c to $2.50.
PIANOS! PIANOS'! PIANOS!!!
A piano would make a very acceptable Christmas pres
ent, well 1 guefs! We have them on easy payment plan,
55.00 a month II you like. Steinway, Weber, Ilardman,
McPhale, Steiger and son, to choose from. Let us put a
piano in your homo for a Christmas present, and you can
make 1st payment in January.
strlug Instruments. Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, make
a very nice Christmas Gift to those who are musically in
clined to any of the mentioned instruments. We have them.
The only place In town where you can buy Candles at
Omaha prices. 2,000 lbs Red Band Brand just received,
strictly f iesh, guarantee! pure, 28 kinds, your choice 12c
per lb. other stores ask 20c to 25c.
500 lbs, Home Made TrSs (made.- in Plattsmouth) at
10c per lb., assorted kinds, mixed. Agents for Johnson's
Milwaukee Chocolates, and Bon Boi.s, full assortment of
gift packages from 10c up.
Agents for "Fancy Touraine Chotlatcs" in handsome
one-half lb. and one lb. packages, fill your Candy wants
here, and you will be gratified with the money saving.
POST CARDS! POST CARDS!
Don t forget Post Cards. When in doubt, give Post
Cards. The delightful custom of sending Post Cards, es
pecially at the holiday season has continued to prove in
favor every year. We have sold twice as many this sea
son as last. You know how it delights you to receive
these tiny rememberances from absent friends delight
them in the same manner. We have the largest stock of
Post Cards in the town, comprising all the newest things
on the market, foreign and domestic, from lc to 75c.
headquarters for Christmas Tags, Holly Paper, Holly Wreaths,
Christmas Candles, Tissue Paper, Holly Napkins, etc.
HEROLD S BOOK and STATIONERY
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