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PUfTSMOUTrT SEMI-WTFKLY JOURNAL.
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HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
20 lbs. of Granulated Sugar. $1.00
Brown Sugar, 5c a pound.
Hominy, two pounds for. . .
All Fel Naptha, Carbo Nap
tha, Ivory and Kirk's Flake
Wool Soap are going at,
per bar Vzc
You know about how great a
little water would damage the
above soap, even if it got soaking
wet, but the wrappers on some are
Bon Ami 'C
25c package of Gold Dust. . 19c
"Old Dutch" Cleanser, at,
per can : 7c
"Rub No More," Pearline,
Nine O'Clock and Fel Nap
tha Washing Powders. . . . 3l2C
Lily Gloss and Kingsford's
Gloss Starch 7c
Sealing Wax, at 3l2c
Ongo. per package 3c
E. Z. Liquid. Enameline
Paste and Rising Sun
Stove Polishes at 7c
25c J. M. Rolled Oats, at 16c
25c Advo Rolled Oats, at. . . 16c
Regular 1 0c Rolled Oats ... 7c
Gold Medal Flour, per sack. $1.75
300 pounds of High Grade
Coffees, damaged by wa
ter; formerly sold as high
as 35c, will go during this
Sale at, per pound. .10c and 15c
at Faeger's Department Store is Still Moving Along,
and the bargains are just as big as at the beginning. The exterme cold and stormy weather has kept many of the farmers home and
have been unable to attend this bargain festival, consequently the line is comparatively unbroken. In the GROCERY DEPARTMENT
we are still offering the greatest bargains that were ever offered to the people of Cass county. We still have a lot of canned goods in
their original cases that have never been opened that are being sold at the FIRE SALE PRICES.
jars, at ....
1 5c jars of Mustard, at 8c
1 0c Cider Vinegar, at
4 cans Hawkey e brand of
Large cans J. M. Tomatoes,
3 cans for
(Regular 15c sellers).
Four cans of Tomatoes, reg
ular 10c seller
3 3-pound cans cf Hominy. .
4 cans of Peas, Volunteer
3 cans of EarJy June Peas for
1 0c can of Pet Cottage Con
densed Milk for
5c can of Pet Condensed
4 large cans of Pumpkin for.
Large boxes of matches for. .
Horseshoa Chewing Tobacco
per pound 45c
Star Chewing Tobacco, per
All brands of Chewing To
bacco will go at 45c
Forest Rose Flour, at $1.48
Pure Patent Flour, at $1.48
Sunkist Flour, at $1.58
Gold Medal Flour, at $1.75
9 bars White Russian Soap 25c
1 0 bars Diamond C Soap for 25c
WE ARE STILL OFFERING YOU 20 POUNDS OF
GRANULATED SUGAR FOR $1.00
Toile du Nord Ginghams sold all over for 15c, Fire Sale
Still better grade sold during this Fire Sale for YZY2c
One Lot of the very newest patterns, sold the world
over for 122c; during this Fire Sale, 3 yards for. . . 25c
A large line of Apron Ginghams, in all colors; during
this Sale " 7!4C
German Prints, in pretty patterns; during this sale, yd. 10c
We still have one lot of damaged goods, worth 1 2c to
1 5c; during this Fire Sale, yard 5c
Best grade of Shirtings, sold all over for 1 5c yard; dur
ing this Fire Sale, yard 10c
Crash Toweling, 12J2C value; during this Fire Sale. . . Sc
We still have a few LADIES, MISSES' AND CHIL
DREN'S CLOAKS AND SKIRTS at Fire Sale Prices.
Ladies', Misses and Children's Underwear at Fire sale
Prices p '. .15c, 19c, 23c to 48c
One lot of Sweaters at Fire Sale Prices.
Men's Suits and Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Over
shoes will also be included at Fire Sale Prices.
An odd lot of Boys' Knee Pants at 19c and 39c
emember for Cash Only!
THESE PRICES ARE YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
One lot of Corsets, some
soiled by water, and most
of them are out of date,
take your choice during
this sale for
One lot of Boys' Fleece
lined, two-piece Under
wear, some of them worth
35c per garment, will be
sold at, per garment 15c
One lot of Men's Fleece
Lined Underwear, two
piece, sold everywhere for
50c, will go at , 25c
One lot of men's good work
Shirts, including many
good sateens, well worth
50c; not damaged; will go
200 boxes of Ladies' and
Children's Hosiery, boxes
wet, which will be sold
at A Great Sacrifice
Laces and Embroideries bolt
after bolt all of which got soak
ing wet, which will be sold at a
30 bolts of Worsted Dress
Goods, that formerly sold
as high as $1.00 per yard,
our fire sale price, per
yard, 10c, 19c, 33c, 43c. . . 49c
Thousands of yards of Calico,
that have not been dam
aged, and formerly sold as
high as 8c per yard, our
fire sale price, 10 yds. for 49c
Bolt after bolt of ginghams,
that sold as high as 1 5c per
yard, our fire sale price,
per yard 7Y2c
Muslins that sold from 8c to
2Yic per yard, our fire
sale price, yd., 6 l-2c and 8 l-3c
Linings and Seliches, double
width, damaged by water
only, some of it worth as
high as 25c per yard,
which will be sold nt, per
j yard, rrom oc to I be
Outing rlannel, Cotton rlan
nel and Baby Flannel,
mostly 2Yzc and 15c val
ues, these were not dam
aged at all; fire sale price,
per yard 7lAc
Straw and Feather Ticking at a
Double width Bleached
Sheeting, damaged by wa
ter only; sold as high as
30c per yard, fire sale. . . . 21c
Pillow Tubing, damaged by
water only, 42-inch, and
sells regularly at 20c; fire
sale price, per yard I2V2C
A few more Blankets and Com
forts at Fire Sale Prices.
All Chinaware, Glassware,
ware and Graniteware
FIRE SALE PRICES.
PEACE REIGNS SUPREME
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
OF TROUBLE OVER BDAO
Ntw Son at Smith Home.
The di-ag-ecmert among the resi
dents northwest of the city over the
n.-e of the road and the general di?
cgreerr.ent among them.-elves seem-;
to have quieted down to such a degree
that they have all agreed to dwell in
geihe-r in peace and harmony in the
future and try and avoid any friction.
The parties to the ca.-e were all in to
interview the county attorney yester
day and to settle the differences in
the courts of law, but after a thor
ough discussion of the case among
themselves they decided that it would
he be.-t for all concerned if the mat
ter proceeded no further, and accord
ingly the hatchet was buried and tho
dove of peace hovered over the dele
gation as they departed for ther
homes. It is well that the parties
were able to agree on the settlement
t f the case, as the bringing: of it into
couit would enly have served to
c:eat a bitter feeling among these
neighbors that ouuht not to be, i.nd
as is generally fhe rule in cases of
this kind, both parties in the affair
have some responsibility in making
the trouble. Such a feeling of bitter
ness should not exist among these
friends and neighbors and they should
try in the future to see if they can
not dwell together in more friendly
spirit, recognizing the rights of each
other and their own shortcomings.
Prom Weilr1i''s rial'-,'.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Smith in this city was gladdened on
Satin day last by the arrival of a fine
little son. who will make his home
with them in the future. The young
n an is of the regulation size and
weight and the proud parents are
mighty well p!eaed with the good
fortune bestowed upon them.
SPEAKS HIGHLY OF THE
GLAMAGE OPERA CO., AT
THE PARilLE TONIGHT
AFTER A COUNTY WAR
RANT THAT WAS ISSUEO
SOME THIRTY YEARS AGO
New Daughter ai Wohlfarth Home.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday about 1:30 the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wohlfarth, south
of this city a few miles, was mad.1
much brighter by the arrival there of
a charming little ten-pound daugh
ter. The mother and little one are
doing nicely and Robert is feeling
very proud over the new addition to
the family, who will make a pleasant
companion for the little brother. The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wohl
farth will extend their congratula
tions to the happy parents, as well as
their best wishes to the little one.
From We'lnpsxlay's Daily.
On Monday afternoon a gentleman
called at the oflice of the county clerk
and when waited upon by Bruce
Rosencrans, the genial deputy, in
quired whether there was a warrant
theie for him as witness fees and
stated that his name was A. R. Smith
land that he resided at Palmyra, in
Otoe county. He was informed that
j ail witness fees for the past two
teims of court had been mailed out
irnd that there was nothing there for
j him in this line. Mr. Smith then
j surprised "Rosy" considerably by in
forming mm mat the warrants were
for a case in which he had testified
some thirty years ago, and a search
through the old warrants filed away
in the vault of the clerk revealed the
warrants which during all these
years have lain there aawiting to be
claimed. There were three warrants
dated in 1S83, 1884 and 18S5, signed
by J. W. Jennings as county clerk,
and J. W. Craford, Samuel Richard
son and A. B. Todd, as chairmen of
the county commissioners in the dif
ferent years. The warrants were very
unique in appearance and were cov
ered with many engravings as was
the custom in years gone by and they
truly seemed like a message from the
past as all of the gentlemen signing
them have long since passed away.
This i3 the first time in thirteen years
that Mr. Smith has visited Platts
rr.outh and he decided that he would
call and secure the warrants as he
Kesidence for Sale.
9-room house, furnace heat, and in
good condition, one lot, 2 blocks from
shops, 4 blocks from Main street. For
particulars call at this office.
Manager Shlaes of the Parmeli
theater, at which the damage Opera
company opens this evening a three
night stand, this morning received the
following telegram from the manager
of the Larson opera house at Fre
mont: Fremont, Neb., January 27.
Manager Parmele Theater: Know
ing that you play the same class of
attractions that I do, will say . that
the damage Opera company is great.
The principals and chorus as good as
any musical comedy you play, and
far superior in dancing. Great scenic
effects properly staged, and dressed
to the limit. Roost, as you will not
regret it. V. A. Lowry,
This certainly speaks well for this
attraction and should be a guarantee
of its worth, as the Larson is one of
the leading theaters of the state.
Manager Shlaes has also made ar-i
rangements to have the theater as
cozy and warm as it is possible to get
it and the heat will be kept on all
afternoon to insure its being perfectly
comfortable for the patrons.
Many Here From Eagle and Vicinity.
Prom Wednesday's Dally.
A goodly number of the residents
of Eagle and vicinity were here today
in attendance at the hearing of the
Reitter estate matter in district court.
Among them were: George Reitter,
jr., and wife, Fred and Hans Wolff.
L. Wilhelm, Jacob Frolich, Gus Seig
mann," T. W. Peterson, Nick Peterson
and wife, J. W. Hursh, Charles Trum
ble, jr., and wife, Mrs. Anna Rocken
bach of Alva, Oklahoma, Mrs. Adolph
Herman of Havelock, and Miss Olive
Reitter and Mrs. Anna . Reitter of
Plattsmouth Hasket Store Bargains.
Roeriws a lire Rooster. 1
C. C. Wescott. who in addition to j
selling good clothes, makes a side is-
sue of the breeding of fine poultry,)
yesterday received a fine bird f rom j
il r t ii T-ii I
i.'ie iiirn ui .-ye iroiners 01 i;iai:
Neb., who have had a great many of
their fowls bring down prizes at the
leading poultry shows of the country.
The fowl is a looster of the Ruff
Orpington variety and comes of a fine
strain, being perfect in his markings.
Mr. Wescott is well pleased with the
new addition to his flock of thoroughbreds.
THE LOYAL SOfIS' GLASS
WILL MEET AT THE STEN
flER HOME THIS EVENING
Oranges, lc each, .r0c per peck;
Lemons,' 20c per dozen: Kxtra Good
was reminded cf the fact that he had Coffee, 2oc per pound. We carry a
them coming to him. There are quite full line of Candies. Cranberries
j a number of these unclaimed warrants a quart. Get your potatoes now, a:
lying in me vauiu, some 01 wnicn wiujine price is advancing daily 75c in -
never be called for as the persons J bushel lots; 80c single bushel. We1
have passed away. deliver. 'Phone 434.
PATRICK M'ANDREWS, A
COUSIN OF CHAS. M'GUIRE,
DIES AT SIDNEY, COLO.
Charles McGuire yesterday received
a letter from Chicago announcing the
sad news of the death at Sidney, Colo
rado, on December 20th, of his cousin,
Patrick McAndrews, who passed
away at that place after a severe at
tack of plueri.-:ay. This was the first
intimation Mr. McGuire had of his
cousin's illness and he was greatly
shocked by the news. Mr. McAndrews
lived in this city for some time, where
he was employed by the Burlington on
the section, and made many friends.
He removed to Colorado about three
years ago and took up a homestead
there, where he had since made his
home, and the last the relatives here
learned he was in. the best of health.
Mr. McAndrews was born in Ireland
some thirty-four years ago and came
to America sixteen years ago to make
his future home. He was unmarried
rnd leaves one brother, who is em
ployed on the Kansas City Southern
out of Kansas City, as well as a num
ber of cousins residing in different
parts of the west. He will be remem
bered by a large number of the resi
dents of this city as a most pleasant
At the Stenner Brothers' home, the
green house, this evening, the Loyal
Sons class will have a lecture bv
Judge A. J. Beeson. The subject will
Le, "Fiat Justitia," or the ethics of
law. In this he will touch on the
rules and application of law, both
civil and criminal, as well as to some
extent international procedure, as to
'he rights of nations, both belliger
ants and neutrals, in time of war, as
well as "contraband of war" ques
tions teeming with life and interest at
this time. All who are interested are
invited to come and hear. The mem
bers of the class will have a discus
sion after the lecture. At 8 o'clock at
the green house.
LIFE INSURANCE REFUSED.
Ever notice how closely life insur
ance examiners look for symptoms of
kidney disease? They do so because
Food which cannot be digested by
the body is needless, as it gives no
nourishment. If such undigested food
remains in the intestines, it is worse
than needless it is extremely
oangerous. In many instances the
people are not aware of this danger.
Such cases should be treated at once
with Triner's American Elixir of Bit
ter Wine, which will quickly clean out
the bowels and strengthen them so
they can do their natural work with
out any help. It increases the ap
petite, aids digestion, strengthens the
body. Select nutritious food and as
soon as any indisposition arises, use
Triner's American Elixir of Bitter
Wine. Price, $1.00. At drug stores.
Jos Triner, Manufacturer, 1333-1330
So. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111.
For the relief of pains in the;
muscles or joints Triner's
A Fresh and Complete
Stock of Groceries!
I wish to impress upon the minds of all
my friends and patrons that I have re
ceived and opened up a new fresh and
complete line of groceries in the Gorder
building, opposite my old stand on Main
street, where I am ready and willing to
supply the trade with any and everything
in this line. I will conduct my business
in this location awaiting Ihe completion
of the repairs on my former business place.
I will be pleased to meet all my old friends
and patrons, also all new ones who care
to favor me with their patronage.
- L. B. EGEfJBERGER -
NEW CONCRETE CON
STRUCTION COMPANY OR
GANIZED IN PLATTSMOUTH
This morning articles of incorpora
tion were filed in the county clerk's
office for the Concrete Construction
company, with a capital stock of $15,
000, consisting of 100 shares of com
mon stock of the value of $100 each,
Liniment snd 50 shares of preferred stock of
should be recommended. Price, 25c
or 50c; by mail, 35c of 60c.
How to Cure a Lagnppe Cough.
Lagrippe coughs demand instant
treatment. They show a serious con
dition of the system and are weak-
weakened kidneys lead to many forms ening. Postmaster (..olnns, l.arnegat,
of dreadful life-shortening afflictions. N. J., eays: "I took l oleys noney
If you have any symptoms like pain in and Tar Compound for a violent la
the back, frequent, scanty or painful grippe cough that completely ex
action, tired feeling, aches and pains, hausted me, and less than half a bot
get Foley Kidney Pills today. For tie stopped the cough" Try it. For
saie by all druggists. sale by all druggists.
the par value of $100. The principal
place of business of the new company
will be Plattsmouth. They will enter
into all manner of general construc
tion and contracting business in all
lines and the manufacture of concrete
blocks, staves and all ornamental
works. The incorporators of the com
pany are Guy D. McMaken, J. W.
Burnie and F. E. Martin, of this city.
Box Social January 29th.
There will be a box social at the
Sight Mile Grove school house Friday
jvening, January 29th. Everybody
nvited. Ladies please bring: boxes.
Margaret Albert, Teacher.
Chickens for Sale.
Fourteen dozen thoroughbred BufT
Orpington hens and pullets for sale
at $8.00 per dozen if taken soon. Also
a number of Buff Orpington cockerels.
Mrs. J. II. Brown, Murray.
Sell your property by an ad in The
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FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Backache? Feel tired? Not so
pry as you used to be ? Gettine old ?
Many persons mistake kidney trouble
for advancing: age. Kidneys out of
order make you feel old before your
time. Folev Kidnv Pill
invigorate the kidneys, banish back
ache, rid your blood of acids and poi
sons. Sold by all druggists.
Office supplies at the Journal office.
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