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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1909)
We are Factory Agents
and buy our Candies di
rect. Any other dealer
handling Johnston's in
this city buys them from
a jobber and you have
no assurance that you
get fresh goods.
Iniited to Plattsmouth.
Mrs. C. M. t'oi-ter ami (l:iiii;liter,
Miss Kntie.aml two wins, Ilulh und
Huph, arc visiting in Omaha und ee
inc the inlits 'f the city inci lent to
tin- arrival of his ni:tjc.-ty, Santa law. !
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Mrs. Chrlstwclsscr Lick.
I)un..S the miildle f last week
Bennett Cliri.-itwfi.-'scr and wife went
down to the old farm below Murray
for a few lays' viit and while there
Mrs. Christ weisser wns taken sick
they having to remain until yesterday
when Mr. Christweis.ser drove home
while his wife came on the Missouri
Pneifin. She is reported as being much
improved and hopes to be entirely
well again in a short time.
Wftvrich & Hadraba
THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE. I
MrsI Rlchey Some Better.
Mrs. J. G. Uichcv who has been sick
for some days past has has been at
tended bv her sister. Mrs. Claude
Everett of Union, is reported as being
somewhat unproved. Mr. l-vereti
was in the city yesterday visiting at
the home of Mr. Hichey, departing
for home last evening overland with
Burllnflton Time Table.
Henry OJoos and T. M. Patterson
were visitors in Omaha yesterday
returning home this morning.
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Uh-uI fc-iKht l'):25 tt. in.
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To Omul.ii : ;! ?
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Mrs. Silas R. Barton Dies.
Mrs. Silas 11. Barton died at Lin
coln yesterday. Mrs. Barton is a
member of the Degree; of Honor of
the A. 0. U. W. and was the wife of
the state auditor, and who was for
merly Grand Recorder of the A. 0.
Makes Fine Appearance.
Our attention was called on passing
the atom of Robert Sherwood this
morning to the tastefully arranged
display which graced the windows.
The trimming of the windows, in
the background, the added heightned
effect, of the sprays of bitter sweet
leaves, and the artistically arrange
ment of the coods on display, all
seemed to form their portion of the
general symmetry of the whole, which
produced a most harmonious and
pleasing effect. Not only was the
effect pleasing when one hail examined
the same but was such as would at
tract and hold ones attention, anil
present not alone the bcauths, but
the value of the goods therein. Take
a look at this artistic piece of window
Nickel $1 to $10. Silver $o up
wirJ. ij)ld $7.5) uvir. .
Genuine, as low as $5. Fine
white and perfect ones to be
had at $25 upward.
$1.00 to $10.00, solid gold.
The satisfactory kind,
filled $1.50 to $8.00.
With the signet tops or the
laree stones. Gold filled 50c
upward., Solid gold $2.50 up
P. A. Harrows, editor of the Daily
News, is in Lincoln where he went to
look nil the matter of packing his
household goods, preparatory to ship
ping a few of thriii to I'lattsmouth.
George Poisall departed this morn
ing for Florence where he is looking
after some business matters in connec
tion with a grading contract which he
The Turlington railway has pre
sented this ollice with a very nice
map of the United States, and one
which we greatly appreciate.
red Reckley of Tekamah came in
this morning and is visitjng at the
home of Andrew Dill for a few days,
after which he will go to Colorado for
a visit before returning home.
Sterling silver $2.00 upward.
Gold filled 50c upward,
gold $1.00 upward.
50c to $2.00.
Men s Vest Chains,
Plated 75c to $1.50. Gold
filled $2.50 upward.
Timely Gift Suggestions
What to Give a Woman.
Diamond Jewelry, ,
Shirt Waist Sets,
Signet Hat Pins,
Bed Koom Clocks,
Brushes and Combs,
Bon Bon Dishes,
Bon Bon Spoons,
Hat Pin Holders,
What to Give a Man.
B. P. O. E. Card Cases,
Military Sets, silver.
Shaving Cu;s and Brushes,
Watermnn's Ideal Fountain Pen,
50c to $15.00.
Waterman's ideal. Best on
earth $2.50 upward. Best for
Gold and silver plated. $1.25
upward. Others from $1.00
Silver plated $12.00 upward.
Solid silver to order.
Ladies' Watch Chains,
Hand painted, 50c upward. -
Lockets and Chains,
$5.00 to $6.00.
For man or woman; ribbon,
$1.00 upward. Gold, $2.50 upward.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Fred Warner was a visitor in Om
aha this afternoon, where he is look
ing after some business matters.
m; p..iti. Mctznarof t'edar Creek
.Ulna 1 v" r,
...i... 1,1.1-n visitinir with friends
tin- citv for some time departed lor
her home, gornn by way of Omaha tin
Oscar Ayrcs who lias been holding
down the position of stenographer at
the Burlington shops, has resigned,
and left today for Omaha where he
will enter the employ of lus tatlier
who is ciigug'd in the automobile
Miss Catherine Dovey who has
been attending the Girton school at
Winctka, UN., suburb of Chicago,
returned home last week for the holi
Is Working In Omaha.
l rank Boyd departed this morning
for Omaha where he is engaged in the
remodeling of a large residence for I.
Pearlman, formerly of this place but
now ol the metropolis.
S. P. Ilollonay.
Last evening S. P. Hollow ay, for
merly deputy sheriff of Cass county,
but now living in Boise .Idaho, when
be holds some executive ollice, passed
through this place enroute for Ncv
York where be goes on some oflicial
imsiness.- .ur. noiioway had but a
few moments at the station and .shook
hands with those of the oitizens who
were there and made inoiries of
Mr. Frank Kimble and the welfare
of a number of his friends.
This Stori Is a Sparkb With All Kindtf GVds Suitable for Christmas Presents and the Difference Be
tween Oar Pricio mi Prices r.!;ewbrc, Is Never so Pronounced as at Hits Season of the Year.
Mr. and Mrs. C.uy
Sundav in Lincoln.
Mrs. A. X. Sullivn departed this
morning for Omaha and South Omaha
where she will visit for the day with
Claude Shumakei, the gentle
manly clerk at, the Hotel Kiley, was
a passenger to Omaha this afternoon
where he is looking after some busi
U. llcatherington of the Burling
ton earj) enter force was a passenger
to Cedar Creek this afternoon where
i,ow.l,inir some work for the com-
Mrs. tleorge N. Dodge and daugh
ter, Violet, were passengers to i Oma
ha this morning where they will visit
with fiends and relatives, being guests
at the home of the former's son, Dr.
Mrs S. Lindholiii and daughter,
Stella, and son. Finest, were visitors
in Omaha this morning, where they
will do some Christmas shopping.
liav K. N orris of Avoea was a bus
iness visitor in the city this morning,
having some matters to look after an
the coin; house.
.lasmr V. Sanders came in last j
evening from York where he and his
family have made their home for
some time -i:.tv and wheie he is eii
ga"cd in ihe C'liilractiiig business,
M ss l.tlnl Si-hneider. niece of 11.:
A. Schneider, who has been making'
her home at Mr. Schneider's and at-;
tending school, departed for Sterling,,
her home, where she will visit over;
On sale every first and third
Tuesday in each month to every
part or the southwest.
ook aad Statioaery
Fred Olderhatiseii, Jr., has recently
moved to the l'annele ranch near
The only complete line of books in t he city. All the
latest issues of Fictio.. worth reading-"Vhcn a Mtn
Marries," "Goose Girl," 'Half a Chance," "Making of
Booby Burnett,". "Selina Leu," "Tbe Cash Intrigue,"
Tha Rill Tnrmnrs " "I.ittlo Sister Snow." "The Foreign
er," and many other "This season's most popular sellers"
Handsomely illustrated by Christy, Fisher, Hutt 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 Indestruc
table Muslin books for little tots, "Pickles." "Newly
Weds " "Buster Brown," "Katsen jammers Kids, Paint
Books "The Auto Boys," and many others. We meet
Omaha competition on any and all books. Try us.
TfWSi TOYS!! TOYS!!!
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All of "Toy lands" latest scientific and mechanical toy3
are found here. "American Flyer" trains from $1.00 to
o a wa.'c cfonm Fncrinps (the kind that goes) from
il)O.W. HWUtii a uivuii. -o - ,
$1 50 to 5.00. Magic Lanterns, Prof Zimmerman s Ludo-
scope (moving picture toy) 50c each.
MILTON BRADLEY CO'S MAGIC DOTS.
a cu ufto rn TTnmntv DumDtv circus. All kinds
ol Dolls, Tea Sets, Toy Stoves, 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 gift boxes from SOc to $2.50.
PIANOS! PIANOS!! PIANOS!!!
A piano would make a very acceptable Christmas pres
ent, well I guess! We have them on easy payment plan,
$5.00 a month if you like. Steinway, Weber, Hardman,
McPhale, Steiger and son, to choose from. Let us put a
piano in your home for a Christmas present, and you can
make 1st payment in January.
strlun Instruments. Violins. Mandolins, Guitars, make
a very nice Christmas Gift to those who are musically in
clined to any of the mentioned instruments, we nave tnem.
The only place In town where you can buy Candles at
Omaha prices. 2,000 lbs Red Band Brand just received,
strictly f esh, guarantee pure, 28 kinds, your choice 12c
per lb. -other stores ask 20c lo 25c.
500 lbs, Home Made Tallies (made in Plattsmouth) at
10c per lb., assorted kinds, mixed. Agents for Johnson's
Milwaukee Chocolates, and Bon Bons, full assortment of
o-ifr nnckatres from 10c UD.
Agents for "Fancy Ti nine t:'iocolates" in handsome
one-half lb. and one ib. i ackajr-fill your Candy wants
here, and you will be r ;-.tif.tu with the money saving.
POST CARDS! POST CARDS!
Don"t lorget 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 rememberanccs 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, fropi lc to 75c.
We are headquarters for Christmas Tags, Holly Paper, Holly Vreaths,
Christmas Candles, Tissue Paper, Holly Napkins, etc.
Hugh Norton, Agent
HEWS BOOK and
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