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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1910)
A Hardwood Floor of any Color
You may Choose for $2.50
Floors which are in toe
poor condition to he im
proved with varnish alone
can be made tc imitate a
genuine hardwood floor
with tliis new patented
This process does not
require the services of a
professional wood fin
isher. The Graining Tool
takes the place of skill
and can be successfully
used by the inexperi
enced man or woman,
thus making it possible
for any one at a very
slight expense to enjoy
the luxury of a new hard
This Graining Com
pound when protected
by one or two coats of
Cni-Namel produces a
surface that will out-wear
any ordinary varnished
flxr, many times over.
Sold Only By
WEVRICH & HADRABA
The Red Cross Drug Store.
Let us give you a sample card.
IS READY !
You will certainly lake plcasvre in seeing these handsome shoes, and
We will certainly lake the greatest pleasure in showing them to you. Then,
if you buy your Easter shoes here, there will be another pleasure in store
for you in the way of satisfaction afforded you, by the correctly dressed
feet. There's a touch of style and wellbredness to our shoes, and we have
such a variety of models and leathers that you are sure of finding here
JUST YOUR EASTER SHOE!
There are handsome Patent Leather, Suedes, Gun Metals, and
Cravcncttes in Oxfords, Ties, Pumps, Ankle Strap Sailor Ties, just
shown for spring. So we say, come, see our Easter shoes!
FETZERS' SHOE STORE
THE TAILOR'S SONG
Fit out at Frank's get a suit up to date,
Right in the fashion of woolens first rate.
A suit that will fit goods sound as a bell,
No outside shops will fit you as well, '
Keep track of Mac's good value he sells.
Mac builds good clothes garments all neat,
Chicago's ready made agents cannot compete.
Examine his line and prices all through,
Look him up for a suit, saves money for you. .
Reliable goods, all through his line,
Order a suit; for the on coming spring time,
You find value for money here every time.
F. M. RIGHEY
LUMBER, LIME, ETC.
Prompt Attention to Orders.
PLATTSMOUTH, - . MYNARD,
NEBRASKA. - . . NEBRASKA.
From Thursday's Daily.
Miss Alma Larson is making a short
stay in Omaha, going down on one of
0. A. Meisinger headed for Omaha
and Council Bluffs today on one of
the early trains.
C. II. Cooper was among the Platts
mouth visitors in Omuha today, leav
ing on No. 15.
C. II. Va.llery went north this morn
ing on the Burlington and spent the
day in Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Mrs. V. E. Sherwood made a little
business sojourn to Omaha coining
home on a late train this afternoon.
Hen Blenn of Gothenburg is in the
city until Saturday visiting with par
ents and friends.
o; IV hSiNPVirr LI
Miss Irene Jess niade a brief so
journ to Omaha today.
Mrt. Julius Xielson is visiting with
friends and relatives in Omaha today.
W. L. Weeks a resident of Salem, was
among yesterdays guests at the Per
Mr. Thomas Walling left this mom
ing for a business trip to Omaha, the
It came likn a lamb. It
may leave like a lion.
:: BE PREPARED ::
BAYLOR Coal Man g
From Friday's Daily. .
Verner Perry and wife of Mynard
made a pleasure sojourn to Omaha
Mrs. Owen Hall returned to the city
after a lengthy visit at Hamburg,
J. W. Larkin made a round trip to
the Market town today on busi
Mrs. Luke Wiles was among the
Plattsinouth people who took the morn
ing train for Omaha.
C. M. Chriswisser of Murray,
was an overnight visitor in town yes
terday, signing up at the Perkins
Mr. and Mrs. John Haynic came ove
er this morning from Pacific Junction
to look over some Plattsmouth property.
Mrs. Thomas South left on one cf
the early trains for a day in Omaha.
She returned to her home in the city
Mrs. W. II. Newell is spending n
few dayss in the Capital city, going
down this morning to attend the Wo
men's Presbyterian meeting.
Mrs. J. E. Mason who has been
visiting for about ten days with her
sister, Mrs. Streeter of Nebraska
City, is expected home this evening.
Mrs. Joseph Fetzer and daughter,
Charlotte, are spending the day in
the metropolis returning on one of
the afternoon trains.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hawksworth
boarded the west bound train this
morning for Lincoln where they will
visit for two or three days.
The Christian Ladies Aid Society
will hold their annual bazaar in some
down town building, which has not
yet been decided on, Saturday, the 10
of next month.
J. M. Aldrup of Fremont, a Texas
land enthusiast and agent, was in town
today on business matter. Mr. Ald
rup had a long conversation with the
New s editor of whom he is an old friend
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Marsh were
among the morning passengers to
Omaha where Mrs. Marsh will visit
among friends while Mr. Marsh looks
over things in the horse market.
C. C. Parmele made a short business
sojourn to the city of Omaha today
on number fifteen.
William Baker, postmaster of Mur
ray, was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Lee Thacker a popular young fellow
from Union, was in the town last
night and today.
Lee Gammon, one of the well known
Pacific Junction residents, spent yes
terday in the city.
Henry Gcring of Omaha, was in town
last evening looking up, some small
matters of business.
Pete Campbell, a farmer of the Bock
Bluff precinct, was in town on a trad
ing expedition yesterday.
Jullius Pepperburg, a resident of tie
capiial city is among the out of town
people in Plattsmouth today.
Just received at White's store
Early Ohio seed potatoes. Also a
consignment of Colorado potatoes. t2x
M. E. Manspeakcr, deputy sheriff
of Cass County, took the morning
train today for a day's business in
Let Me Tell You Something
If you want to be properly dressed,
you should have your clothes made to
order. You can't get up-to-date styles in
ready-mades, for they are made six months
before the season opens.
BLUE SERGE SUITS
The only place in the city where you
can get a good blue serge, fancy worsted,
cheviot or Scotch tweed suit to order that
are actually worth from to $40, for only
FOR NOTHING All suits made by
me on or before March 1st, will be cleaned
. and pressed as long as they last for nothing.
SPECIAL From now until March
loth, I will clean, dry clean, and press
clothing for 50 cents to 1 dollar.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Jam es S och er
P. E. Metzer, a resident of Cedar
Creek, was among yesterdays shop
per's in town, registering at the Ri-
Will sell or trade one, at my barn.
SAGtii G. SMITH
The Plattsmouth high school is
arranging to schedule a debate with a
team of the Bluir high school sometime
during April. '
John Clarence, "from the vicinity o"
Union, the cripple who is under a
$23,000 bond, wus on the Plattsmouth
Fred Rosencrans the barber, return
ed vesterdav morning from Elmwood
and Eagle where he was looking up a ,
few matters of business
Mrs. .13. X. Harnian and family
took a train this morning for Ashland
where she will spend a number of d;ij 8
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Patrick Egan, one of the local men
on the Burlingten payroll, is wearing
a St. Patrick smile today over the
birth of a son at his house yesterday
R. A. Duff, the Xebraska City auto
man, stirred up the Plattsmouth
dust yesterday with his Regal coupe,
driving down with it in the morning
from his home.
T. II. Pollock took a trip to Louis
ville yesterday afternoon returning
with his Buick run-about. With so
many autos around the streets these
spring days, Mr. Pollock thought it
was high time he was taking his out
of storage where it had been in Louis
ville all winter.
A young gentlman arrived Tues
day night from over the Stork route
and is preparing to make himself at
home at the rcsidencee of James Smith
an employee in C. W. Baylor's fuel
Robert Patterson, of the Rock Bluffs
vicinity, boarded a morning train
for Omaha. Mi. Patterson is ex
pecting to accept a position at the Pax
ton Hardware company, one of the
well kuown firms of the Market town.
The Methodic Church choir and
glee club will rehearse this evening
at the church. The glee club is re
quested to meet promptly at seven
The moving picture show at the
Parmele theatre Saturday night has
promised it's patrons quite a treat.
They will put on pictures of the big
flood in Paris that happened a few
Mrs. John Schulhoff, Mrs. George
Luschinska and daughter, Edna, and
Mrs. Ernest Fitt, all residents of Win
tersteen hill, took the morning train
for Omaha where they will spend the
Mrs. Wm. Schmidtmann entertained
informally Tuesday evening for Mrs.
Barker at a card party. Tempting
refreshments were served at a late
hour after which the guests departed
for their homes voting Mrs. Schmidt
mann a royal entertainer.
A few slight changes have been mndc
on the Sixth Stieet side of the Beck
property occupied by E. A. Wurl's
department store. The old iron grat
ings over the basement windows have
been taken out and cement slabs set
with prisms of glass has been fitted in
to take their place.
A petition for 'probate was filed
at the county judge's office today for
the settleme t of the estate of Es
drass Swan, the property being val
ued at about fi.SOO. The petition
wa9 presented by Mr. Kirkendal of
Omaha, a brother of the deceased's
wife, who resides at Big Piney, Wyo.
J. E. BAKWDCCa
REAL ESTATE. Town residence from $450 to $3,0fl. Don't
pay rent any longer. You can own your own dwelling cheaper.
Let me show you some good chance to acquire farms in Ne
braska, South and North Dakota, Missouri or Texas. F1KE
INSURANCE written in six of the best companies.
SURETY BO'vOS. Get your bonds from the American Surety Co
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. The risk of personal injury is 40
times as great as that of losing your property by fire. Secure
a policy of the London Gurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income white you are onable to work.
INDEPENDENT PHONE 454.
Low Rate Tours
Spring and Summ r 1910
Sec the far west with its diversified sections broadening under scientific cultiva
tion; visit its incomparable cities with their environment of ttnsivc land
wealth. A Coast Tour is a brnnd pitnrnfinn nn.l tA n-.-i.p.. .. . -.
vv nunus gruuiesi ran
Proportional rates from your town. Consult nearest ticket agent or write m
freely asking for publications, assbtance.etc, stating rather d( finitely vou
general plans. 'uu
W. L. PICKETT, Ticket Agent, Plattsmouth, Neb.
MW. Wakely, G. P. A., Omaha.
Round trip, entral Xebraska to California or Puget Sound, via
direct routes, June 1st to Sep ember 30th.
Round trip on special dates eachmonth frtm April to July, in
elusive. Higher one jway through California, Portland and
One way, eastern and central Xebraska to San Francisco, Los Angles
San Diego, Portland, Tocama, Seattle, Spokane, etc., Marey 1
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