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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1921)
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1921.
Good Breakfast Bacon
ComplexiQn Rouge . 2Uc
Complexion Powder .r. ... .50c
Combination Face Cream 50c
for U a '
F. G. Fricke & Co.
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tie to a Plattsmouth Bargain Wednesday, we say come and see
yours. You have never seen a whole town united in a money
:ering bargains, but every prominent store in town is whole heart
vast department store of seasonable and exceptional buying op
lltiplied hundreds of needed things you can buy at blood red
'tore anywhere and see for yourself that you cannot afford to ov-
rd Wednesday of every month for Bargain Wednesday m flatts-
the most for your money? Come and you will not be disappointed.
ertised will be charged on account. No telephone
thy Bring Your Money and Save Money!
I 9:00 P.
6(-inch No. 1 Cypress
Guaranteed to be Absolutely
Clear and Straight
Cloidt Lbr. & Coal Co.
Bethlehem spark plugs, for Fords $ .50
Sterling spark plugs, for Buicks 50
Columbia Hot Shot batteries 2.50
Semdac auto body polish, per can .20
Auto body paint, per quart 95
T. H. Pollock Auto Co.
Diamond Red Barn Paint
ler gallon in 5 gal. cans. $1.40 in 1 gal. cans
ALSO OTHER REAL BARGAINS
AT THE PAINT STORE
IF. R. G0BELMAN,
I Tth Sixth Street Plattsmouth
Buffets, $25.00 to $50.00
Dressers, 11.00 to 50.00
Streight & Streight
) September 21, 192 J
B! jfs, who exhibited here last summer, to bring one of his planes
Fl "its at $5 per trip, or $10 less than regular price.
, n the Burlington Depot.
Zzi ire reservations of Fred P. Busch, Secretary.
B. J. Halstead,
South 6th St.
Phone No. 12
Ladies pure Silk Hose Colors, Black
Cordovan, White and Navy
Kelogg's Toasted Corn Flakes the
Large Size Package Each
10 for $1.35
E. A. WURL,
Corner 6th and Main
Phone 64 or 65
Nyals Face Cream
Nyals Tooth Paste 17c
War tax included Bargain Wednesday only
Weyrich & Hadraba
Orders taken for Cobs Wednesday, September
21st, 1921 at $3.50 per load Delivered.
Coal and Feed
and Leonards special at
Regular $1.00 Value for
OUTING FLANNEL BEST GRADE
Light and Dark Patterns per Yd.
NO. 1 COTTON BATTS SPECIAL
Fanger's Department Store
Frank I. Fanger, Propr.
per Wagon Box, well filled.
C. G. FRICKE,
COAL and Wood.
Best Quality Lemons
Early Ohio Potatoes
$2.25 Per Bushel
CASH AND CARRY
2nd Door South of Postoffice.
Assorted Colors Each
Palace Shining Parlor
GEO. COTJIS, Proprietor
$1.75 Kitchen Chairs for $1.15
$4.50 army cots for $1.95
Ghrist & Ghrist,
Across from Court House Phone 645
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