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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1908)
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Short Items of Interest, From Sat
urday Evening's Daily Journal
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Frank Stanley was a passenger n
II e r;x.ri train today for Omaha, where
In.- had hu-iiness matters to attend to.
Carl Kunsman. Jr., is sojourning in
hi aha tixlay, having gone up on the
Mrs. A. P.. Hess was a passenger for
i ,i;ih:i I hi ; noon, where she will spend
1 1.'.- afternoon.
Mrs. C. M. Snrprenant and daughter
w ere passengers on the mail train at
;: for ( pnaha.
Seai'.e was a pn.,.-engcr
t! - ii fi r Omaha wln-n- !. had lius-
i,. iii.il !! "s to loo!; a! t'-r.
A. V. i -, ;)lle::i!i::,' Lusi-
; - i:i I ima'.a t !.!.-; aft", noon, hring a
I . r.'.r--y ;. I i.- I mail.
i-h (, .-;!;' I., leaking after hujin ss
i. .!:,!.: in Omaha ll.is a It el i : n I eing
a 'ssi ng r "ii thi ta t mail.
'i.-s An la It-i-el w; s a passenger
I !...- TiKtaiiiu- for Omaha, where she
v. nl visit friends over Sunday.
Mrs. T. .1. Hick son and child were
enters this morning to Umaiia,
where they will spend the day.
V. V. Coates is in Omaha this af
ternoon attending to business matters
having wie i!p on the fast mail.
Matt Joy is looking after business
natters in the city of Omaha this after
t'.oM going up on the noon train.
Mrs. Chas. Miller was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where she will
visit friends and do some shopping.
C. II. Henry of Shenandoah, la.,
.-ame in on the mail train at noon for a
visit with his son, Ray, for several
Misses Hattie and Alma Parker were
passengers for Omaha on the mail
tra.n, intending to spend a week at the
Ceo. N. I,aBue. of I'nion, was among
those coming up on the M. 1. this
morning to look after some business
matters in the city.
Wade Windham was a visitor in the
i!.t tropolis this afternoon going up to
at as referee at the 1 Mattsmouth-
Or. aha foothall game.
J. II. I.ee and family were passen
geis this afternoon on the mail train for
Missouri Valley where they will visit
friends for three or four days.
Misses Lillian Murphy and Anna
Ih.ssler were passengers this noon on
the mail f-r Omaha where they will
vi-ot friends during the afternoon.
Mrs. Hartwuk and daughter, of La
l latte, came in tins morning on No. 4
a:.-.i after a few hours transacting busi
ness returned to their home on the mail.
l'eter I.indsey was in Omaha today
where he will visit with his little
!..-.:ghter who is staying there until the
r.-turn of Mrs. I.indsey from Colorado.
1. Hawksworth and wife, Mrs. Dr.
('; :; an I Miss Nettle Hawksworlh
w-. re passengers this morning on the
v..: :v train
:- t'..- d iv.
Omaha, where they will
Ceo. Sherwood came in this morning
from Chicago, 111., for a visit with his
home folks for several days.
Mrs. Frank Wondra was a visitor
tixlay in Omaha being a passenger on
the early train this morning.
Joe Sedlochek was a passenger this
morning on the early train for Omaha,
where he will spend the day.
Dallas (iihson was a passenger this
noon for the metropolis where he had
business matters to attend to.
Conrad Meisinger of Might Mile
drove precinct, is looking after busi
ivss matters m the city today.
I'. H. Meisinger i.-: among those
driving in from his farm this morning
to Io:-k after business matters.
John arid Henry lr., the hustleis
fiom the precinct, were in the city
this afternoon ii oking a fter business.
Miss CussieTeipel departed this morn
ing for her home in Omaha, after a
brief visit in the city with her folks.
Henry Horn drove in this morning
from his farm in FJght Mile drove pre
cinct to transact some business in the
Mrs. Fred. Keasoner and Miss Blanche
O'Neil were passengers this morning
for Omaha, where they will spend the
Misses Ella Margaret and Catherine
Dovey were two passengers this after
noon on the mail train for Omaha where
they will attend the theatre.
Mrs. G. B. Timmons, of Lincoln, Neb.
who has been in the city several days,
the guest of Mrs. John A. Murray,
departed this morning for her home.
Claude Butler and little daughter
were passengers on the mail train at
noon for Lincoln, where they will visit
over Sunday with relatives and friends.
Jacob Meisinger, one of the Eight
Mile Grove precinct good farmers, is
putting in the day in the city, having
driven in this morning to transact busi
ness. Uncle Peter Keil, one of the sturdy
German farmers of Eight Mile Grove
precinct, accompanied by his daughter,
Mrs. A. F. Seybtrt, was in the county
Ed. Hamilton, of Wymore, who has
been in the city foa several days look
ing for employment, departed this
morning for Omaha where he hopes to
be more successful.
Attorney Mat Gering.of Plattsmouth.
was in Papillion several days the early
part of this week. He is representing
some of the heirs in the Paul Boob, sr.,
will case Papillion Times.
Frank Dalton and wife, who have
been spending their honejmoon with
the latter's parents in this city, depart
ed on the fast mail this noon for their
future home at Contra Costa, Richmond
county, California. G. G. Hofman and
wife accompanied them us far as Om
aha this afternoon.
Nick Halmes and his estimable wife
drove m this morning from their farm
Mrs. .!. i:.
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for her t
. r:ung on
of Hamburg. ; to transact some busines
Mrs. v ).
.- departed tins
for a Week's isit
o resides at Rising
City. Butler county. Neb. They hav
.t made the trip for a year
sure of an enjoyable vacation
I). Y. Foster, accompanied by his
(u;ughter, Mrs' Stanton drove up from
L'nion today arriving this morning.
They report that the rain fall south of
the city was not near as here, hardly
laying the dust. Mr. Foster, who is a
veteran democrat, expressed himself as
greatly pleased over the political out
lok and beleives the chances of Mr.
Bryan's election to be very bright.
Chas. Johnson, the former popular
barber,, but now a well-to-do farmer of
Eight Mile Grove precinct, drove in
this morning to look after some busi
ness matter.-, and to consult with a
r-:-.ysiciar. regarding Mrs. Johnson's
ht-aith. she. havi.-e t een feeling poorly
f r some time pa.-!. Mr. Johnson who
i ns I een l-ci.u- -;-on his , resent farm
a -.ear ago. is ent'rusi-f-'.rn.er's
life and tin. is
i env'.t to him. While
n,e 1-ist s:r
-tie over i.
hat ii is a ir;
t so heavy
V. : . .
t ..- i -.' :-.
I. u. Mr..--er. re:
II!.. vus a iciter t
Mi:;-- ft P-..LI-I C:ty.
r a few "hours in
-.route fro Hi Jewell
.i i ' ... t:.i .
e-.ur ty. in .Nortn- rn -va-i.-a- u ms isoi.ie.
tie reports that Kansas has the finest
rons it has had in years and the farm
ers are jubilant. He found general
conditions' better than in Illinois, lie
says that the Bryan sd-.timer.t in
Kansas is something surprising and be
lieves the state v.u.l give the democrats
a majority all around. lie departed
fr the eart this afttrr.o-n.
the day visiting- with friends. Mrs.
llaiines. as usual, brought in several
of her line biurets for her good friends,
the weather having permitted the
::.)wers to continue to bloom with un
George Halmes and wife departed
this noon on the mail train for San,
Francisco, California, where they vi!i
visit for a few days, prior to taking up
their residence at Madole. California,
where Mr. Halmes has bought some
property. Their many friends in this
vicinity regret very much to lose them
as good citizens.
Anton Lepovsky of Ledgerwood, Rich
mond county, N. D., came in lest even
ing for a brief visit with his sister, Mrs.
Anna Buranak, and this morning accom
panied by her and her son, James Bur
anak, departed for Lawrence, Neb.,
where the party will visit with another
brother for several days, returning to
this city next week.
The Weather Conditions.
The expected change in the weather
materialized last Saturday when a gen
tle rain began to fall and the atmos
phere grew appreciably cooler. The
change was quite welcome and every
one feels much the better for it. So
far the rainfall has been very light,
hardly sulheient to lay the dust and of
no practical bentfit to pastures or crops.
There are indications that the condi
tions will improve and that the rainfall
will increase later with much colder
weather. From the. northwest comes
reports of heavy snow in Montana and
Idaho and Northern Wyoming. It is
not believed the snowfall will extend
this far south but it will result in a
sharp fall in temperature, and fires will
be much more comfortable. The
weather prediction for today is for rain
and cooler, with ihr.vcrs in the east
portion of the state tomorrow.
On October 1st we will begin to close out our big stock of
Clothing and Men's f-urnishing Goods at unheard of prices,
our lease on the room wc are occupying, expires November
1st, and every dollar's worth of goods must be closed out by
that date. All our fixtures are for sale. We mean business
and in quoting prices have lost sight of 'the cost of our mer
chandise. We want to make sure of one thing, and that is that
every dollar's worth of goods will be sold by November 1st.
1,00 Even's Suits
in the newest colors and models tit less than manufacturing
200 MEN'S OVERCOATS
AT ONE-HALF FORMER PRICE!
$22 50 Overcoats $11 25
150 Pairs Men's Pants One-Half
Men's $5 00 Pants
4 00 " .
3 50 " .
2 50 .
2 00 " .
. 2 00
. 1 75
. 1 25
. 1 00
50c Balbriggan Underwear 35c
$1.50 Outing Flannel Night
Robes $1 15
1.25 Outing Flannel Night
.50 Outing Flannel Night
$5.00 Stetson Hats $2.90
$4 00 Hats
2 50 "
One Lot Men's SI2.00
Men's $25 00 Suits $10 50
22 50 " 15 00
20 00 " 13 75
18 50 " 12 50
1G 50 " 11 00
15 00 " 9 50
One Lot $9.00 Men's Two-Piece
Youth's $15 00 Suits $10 50
13 50 " 9 50
12 50 " 8 50
10 00 " ; 75
f " 7 50 " 5 00
125 Children's Suits One-Haif the
Children's $0 00 Suits $4 00
5 00 " 3 25
4 00 " 2 75
3 00 " 1 90
2 50 " 1 75
Boys' Heavy 25c Black Cat Hose 18c
Men's $5.00 Sweaters
" 2.50 Cardigan Jackets...
Boys' 2.00 Coat Sweaters
" .50 Jersey Sweaters....
Children's 75, Sl.00 and SI.50 Wash
Men's $1.00 Iilack Sateen Shirts. .
Men's 75c Black Sateen Shirts. . . .
Men's 50C Black Steen Shirt-
. . 50c
10 Cozsn Pairs Man's 25c anj CnsLst 50c Bays' Straight
50c Hose ijc Per Fair Par,'s
sl.50 V.1 Underwear. .$1 15 Boys' .-1 5o Knicker rants $ ! 15
Loi! - - ;;; -,:, ; straight
3.5o Union Suits. . .' 2 25 " - '
2.50 1 S5 .1 - .
fr, 1 w 50c Fiseced Underwear 33c
$2.50 Corduroy Shirts. . . .$1 75
Fur Coats at y3 Former Price! f.'S w-ul :: S
$1.50 Negligee Shirts.... $1 20 !! "" 4J
1.25 ' " 95
1.00 " " 60 '
"50 Boys' ' "" 29 25c Handkerchiefs 5c Each!
$1.50 Winter Caps $1 00
- 1.25 95
10 Dozen $1.50 Fancv Stiff 1.00 " " 75
.50 " " 40
Bosom Shirts, 75c Each
$1.00 Fancy stiff Bosom... 50c ,5c Handkerchiefs 3c Each!
1.00 White " " . .65c $3.50 Fancy Vests $2 50
1.50 " " " ...75c 3 00 " " 2 00
.75 " Unlaundried ...45c 2 5) " " 175
.50 Boys' Stiff Bosom.. 25c 2 .-j " " 1 35
Everything will be sold for Cash. Don't ask for
credit. Be sure you get what you want. No goods
exchanged. No money refunded. :: :: ::
Cemcniber the Dates, October 1st to Hovemb&r 1st-
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