The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, June 20, 1907, Image 2

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t'roni Friday' liallv.
John A. Doru-Ian of Weejiirctf Water,
was a Hattsmouth visitor today.
J. J. Lilly from near Union, was a
business visitor in the county Feat this
Miss'IIelen Wautfh of Lincoln is visit
ing in the city , the tfuest of Mrs. T.
I. Livingston.
Mrs. Wm. Iuhree, of Murray, was
n the city last evening the uest of
Mrs. J. W. Camhle.
Miss Mattel Munlock came in this
morning from Louisville and is in at
tendance at the Sunday School conven
tion. John H. Andress of Weeping Water,
came in this morning and addressed the
Sunday School convention on "The Fin
ished Product of the Sunday School."
He returned home on the afternoon
John W. Spence of Louisville, who
is certainly a whole-souled fellow, was
in the city today looking after some
business interests and made this office
a pleasant call, which was like a ray
of sunshine. Come again, Johnnie.
J. W. Ruffner, a brother of P. E.
Ruffner of this city, was in town yes
terday transacting business for the
firm which he is representing the Stone
Hill Wine company. Mr. Ruffner lived
in this city for a long time, but has
made his home in Omaha for a number
of years.
Joe Seplock, about a year ago, had
the misfortune to get a small particle of
steel in his left eye which has troubled
him more or less since. Yesterday he
went to Omaha and had Dr. Bichall
take the offending bit of steel out and
his eye is on the way to recovery.
A. Matous and daughter, Georgia,
departed last night for Chicago, where
Miss Georgia will visit relatives and
friends for some two weeks, and her
father will also visit in Chicago a part
of the time, and from there make a
trip to Milwaukee before returning.
County Supt. Gamble has a very un
ique collection of work done in the
country schools, which he has arranged
at his office at the court house, and
which is a collection of work done by
scholars, that should be an inspiration
to anv teacher and all who are interest
ed in the work and work done by pupils.
In one or two instances the work was of
such a character that one is suprised
that it was done by a pupil and not an
r'r.jrn Ssit anlay's J;t:'.y.
He::ry and George Theirolf of Cedar
Cree!:, are in the city today on business.
Peter Campbell, from Keosha. is in
the city today looking after some busi
ness. County Commissioner Switzer de
parted for his home last evening on
the late train.
County Assessor J. M. Teegarden
took the train last evening for his home
at Weeping Water.
A. F. Seybert and family are in from
Cedar Creek, looking after some busi
ness matters and visiting friends.
George Horn, the grain man from
Cedar Creek, was in the city today look
ing after some business matters.
Geo. Sc-hrader, from Rock Bluffs, had
business at the court house this morn
ing and also with the merchants in the
city today.
Charles Chriswisser, one of our most
prosperous farmer, from near Nehawka
was a business visitor in the county
seat this morning.
Alex Graves, mine genial host of the
popular holstery at Murray was in the
city to day on business and renewing
acquaintances, of which he hasalegon.
Miss Elizabeth Day of Weeping Wa
ter, who has been visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Schneider for
the past few days, returned home last
W. H. Hessenflow and W. J. Schnei
der of Cedar Creek were in the city this
morning and went to Omaha this after
noon to see the ball game between Omi
ha and Sioux City.
James Stander, one of thr active
working delegates at the Sunday school
convention, and everywhere else, as to
that, when Sunday school interests are
concerned, departed for his home at
Louisville this morning.
Morgan Waybright went to Omaha
this morning on the Missouri Pacific
train to meet his wife, who is coming
from Los Angeles, California. A lady
friend is also coming with Mrs. Way
bright, whose name we did not learn.
P. A. Horn, one of Cass county's en
ergetic farmers, was in the citp today
and was so well pleased with the Daily
Jou-inal for the past year that he called
and renewed for another year. Many
other farmers in his vidinity are think
ing of their names to our daily
F. M. Young, of near Murray, was a
business visitor in the county seat today.
Krri) M.ijlay liiy .
Chris. Metzger, of Cedar Creek, was
an over Sunday visitor in the city.
James Hatchett of Murray was a
business visitor in this city Unlay.
Henry M. Long of .Murray was a
business visitor in the county seat this
Phillip Meisinger of Benson, who has
leen visiting at the home of his pa
rents, returned home thfs afternoon.
Norva Norval, who has been working
in Omaha for some time past, came
down Saturday night and will, if he can,
find a house to live in and return to
Mrs M. A. Gapen, mother of Oscar
Gapen, accompanied by Miss Tillie Sny
ner, left for Beaver City this morning,
where they will visit at the home of
Mrs. Clements, who is a sister-in-law of
Mrs. Gapen.
George Sayles jr. who was on the
mail route, but now emplayed in the
Burlington store house, with his wife
and children were visitors at the home
of Mr. Sayles' parents of Cedar Creek,
over Sunday.
Hans Tarns, who has charge of the
station carpentering for the Burlington,
was an over Sunday visitor at his home
and departed for his work again this
morning, going to Dorchester, where he
has some work under way at present. -
Henry Erwin, of Hays City, Kansas,
accompanied by his two daughters, Miss
Bertha and Miss Ethel, who have been
visiting with Mr. Erwin's father, H.
Erwin, departed for Ewing, Nebraska,
where they will visit for some time be
fore returning to their home in Kansas.
Asa Snyder, who is traveling on the
road selling meat for the firm of Morton,
Greggson & Co., of Nebraska City, was
an over Sunday visitor at the home of
Mrs. Snyder's parents, Judge and Mrs.
A. N. Sullivan. Mrs. Snyder and little
son will remain for some time, as the
family are contemplating removing to
William Murdock who had the mis
fortune to break one of the bones in
the lower portion of the right leg, while
visiting at Plattsmouth and has since
been confined to the house, could not
stand the strain any longer and yester
day came up town on a pair of crutches.
It will be some time before he has full
use of that limb. Nebraska City
Gust Johnson and wife went to Omaha
today and brought their daughter, Miss
Nellie, home from the hospital, where
she underwent an operation for appen
dicitis a short time since. Miss John
son's many friends will be pleased to
know that she is now rapidly nearing
complete recovery, with a good prospect
of being entirely restored to health.
George Tewes, accompanied by his
sisters, Misses Marie and Johanna, and
Miss Clara Ebel and Adolph Rike, went
to Omaha this morning and will see the
sights, and they think that the three
young ladies who just arrived from
Germany a few days since, will make
their home in the metropolis. The boys
will return this evening or tomorrow.
From Tutsflay's Daily
Henry Shoemaker and wife, of Ne
hawka were visitors in the city today,
Henry also having business at the court
Henry Inhelder, of Cedar Creek, is in
the city today looking after some busi
ness matters, and visiting with his
many friends.
E. C. VanHorn came in from Cedar
Creek this morning and is visiting with
friends and looking after some business
in the city today.
D. J. Pitman, from the stirring little
city of Murray, was in the city today,
looking after some business at the court
house, and renewing the acquaintence
of his large circle of friends.
Mrs. Balse Meisinger, is reported as
quite poorly, and being well advanced in
years keeps her from recovering as
rapidly as otherwise. This morning she
was resting a little easier with some
show of improvement.
Our friend, A. L. Farmer, of the vi
cinity of Greenwood, was in the city
today on business with the county court
and of course called at the Journal
headquarters, where he is always wel
come. While here he renewed for the
Old Reliable another year.
Will Taylor, accompanied by his wife
and little boy came in from Plainview,
and are visiting at the home of "Mr.
Tavlor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Taylor, sr. At Omaha they were joined
by Miss Nora Mix, who is a cousin, and
who is also visiting at the Taylor home
south of town,
Wm. Kriskey, wife and children of
Lincoln, who were in the city attending
the wedding of Mrs. Kriskey 's brother,
Joseph Woster, departed this afternoon
for their home. Just six years ago
yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Kriskey were
marred and her brother married on the
same day.
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l)Uv to write adds. Such has been the case the last week. We could
simply not get to it, and now we are going to make up for lost time.
We are constant' getting in new goods and they are here for your in
spection and and you may rest assured that there is always something
new in our store. Below we give you some idea of this week's offering:
what you pay
what you get
is the
best of value
Persian Lawns from per yard - 15c to 50c
French Lawn 48 inches wide from per
yard .... 25c to 60c
Dimity per yard - - - 10c to 30c
Dotted Swiss and Kmb. Swiss - 15c to 75c
30 inchs wide several patterns for a
nice cool wrapper or Kimona, this
sale per yard - - . - - 7c
Wash Goods in numerous designs in dots,
checks and plaids at popular prices.
Large assortment of ladies' parasols,
finest qualities, lowest prices.
White plain and embroidery 85c-$3.50
One case Ladies' Kmbroidercd Hose at 15c
per pair as long as they last.
You May Search the Market as Close as You Wish You Will not Find Bargains to Equal These
Umbrellas Parasols
Good Silk Umbrellas this week for - - $1.00 Children's plain and fancy from - - 25c to $1.00
. . . , .
Shoes Shoes Ladies' Underwear
White Canvass Oxfords ... $1.35 and $1.50 Union Suits from ----- 38c to $1.00
Children's and Misses' - - - 90c, $1.00 and $1.10 Gauze Vests, good tape vest, fine value - XlAc
Friday Bed Spreads
is Remnant Day. Come and see if there is something you can Full size, beautiful designs in Crochet and Marcailles
use among them. They are certainly cheap. from ----- $1 .00 to $5.00
:::: We Pledge Full Value For EVERY CENT That You Invest With Us ::::
7 bars Lenox .... 25c 5 bars Xaptha . . 25c
7barsW.R 25c 6 bars Fairy. - ..25c
7 bars Diamond C-25c 3 bars Grandpa -,25c
7 bars S. P 25c
Breakfast Food
3 boxes Vigor . . . 28c 3 boxes Excell. . . 28c
3 boxes Eggosee.28c 2 boxes C Wheat 28c
3 boxes Toasted Corn Flake 2Sc
Can Goods
2 cans Tomatoes. . .25c 4 cans Corn 2"c
2 cans Peas . 25c 2 cans W Beans . .2c
4 cans Salmon 40c I lb cart H Beans ..10c
(j cans Sardines 25c 2 cans Pumpkin . . AUc
2 cans Kraut lfKs 2 cans Iluminy 1!C
1 can of Peaches. . .1!) j 1 can Apricots. .!c
1 can W Grapes lJij 1 can Plums 10c
1 lb M. & J 35c 1 lb Our Wend --30c
1 lb H. Blend. .25c 1 lb Lava B 20c
1 lb Hot vShot ... 15c 2 lbs C. & S 75c
2 lb can Advona 50c
1 lb Gun Powder 70c 1 lb S D Jap (,0c
1 lb K Breakfast 70c 1 lb Japtca 75c
1 lb tea dust 20c
QOur Groceries Are Fresh And Comply With The Pure Food Law
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At The Department Store of M. Farvger
at a
Entire Line of Spring Millinery Will be Closed Out
Great Sacrifice, in Fact Regardless of the Cost Price
One of the greatest bargains in our store is 100
Silk Pongee Shirt Waist Patterns (not made up) in
separate cases, with hand embroideried front with
two rows of fine insertion. These patterns were im
ported and manufactured to sell at $4.00 each and
during this sale will go one pattern to each customer
at per
We are overtaxed with embroidery laces and will
close this line out at equally low prices. It will pay
everybody to see this line before purchasing.
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If you have not as yet pur
chased your Fouth of July hat,
don't miss this opportunity.
You can't afford to wear your
old hat in celebrating the 4th
where such extremely low prices
prevail in our millinery depart
ment. Wooltex Spring Coates and
Skirts at greatly reduced prices.
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