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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1909)
N FOR SE
AN IRRIGATED TRACT
North Platte Valley
The irrigated land in thin valley in, without doubt, the wry l st purchase
on the market today. Conditions of climate, altitude, .soil. geographical posit ion
and WATER SUPPLY all! favor this locality. This Inr.d will be sold with
perpetual water rights from one of the earliest appropriation. out of the North
Platte River, the largest nnd best river that flows east from the Rocky Moun
tains. This river may well be called the " River Nile of America." It carried
double the amount of water of the South Platte, the Arkahras and the Cache
La Poudrc rivers combined. The Kilt and mud carried in the water leaves it
coat of fertiliser each year equal in richneds to that which for thousands of
years has been annually deposited by the River Nile upon that rainless and'
otherwise sterile country of Egypt, rn.ikir it one cf the most fertile valleys on
THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND HEALTH
The country w here every crop grown in this latitude reaches perfection -where
floods don't drown out your erops in spring, or drouth burn them up in
summer; where SUGAR BERTS. POTATOES, TKAS or ALFA LEA will pay
25 FEU CENT on 3XJ PER ACRE.
The Norrh Platte Valley has demonstrated the adaptihility of its soil to
to the beet, nnd during the past three years the crop was shipped first to
Grand Island and then to Ames, Nebraska, and this year to Sterling, Colorado,
the factory paying the freight. Thw they will not have to do when there is in
cultivation the necessary acreage to injure a factory. (5,000 acres.)
BEST OF RAILROAD FACILITIES
The Belmont canal is in Cheyenne county. Its water supply comes from
the North Platto River, which is the finest stream flowing east from the Rocky
Mountains. The headgato is located about eight mile east of Bridgeport, Neb.,
nnd the canal follows along the foot of the hills, which rim the valley in the
south side of the river, for over forty miles.
Do you want land where there is no such thing as crop failure? Where
you control both seed time and harvest. Where you have no long cold wet
spells to intorupt the cultivation of your crop? Where you apply the water
when the proper .stage of growth is reached and the sunshine does the re9t? Where
no ill tiwed showers spoil your ungarnered grain? And where you never fail to
Ret tho highest market price for your products that are grown to perfection?
If you do, now is your opportunity. For further information wntc
OFFICE COATES BLOCK
PLATTSMOUTH TELEPHONE 127
For Hot Fires Get Egenber
Sure satisfaction every time you light a fire if on
top of the kindling is ebony fuel from our yards.
It's heat and light friving and slate-free when it
loaves the mines, screened and cleaned ajrain hre
and served to you full weight and with celerity of
delivery. Order any way that suits you. Both
J. V. ECENBERGER
l(ms ot Interest Concerning the Going and Coming ot
People You Know.
Kat her to their own gvtat sat-isfiic-Joi
and profit. O-jr lunch
fron-. 11 M to l::jt) me. t.s mo.-t .
war: ':" tho man who koks for
easily ! quickly digested food
ta.-C.v iv-1 and at a prie-e
not ; ."'-ih.:iv.; to ore ol ordinary
moa-Iv.-tity of variety, Ga 1
to ..' ;,v. at:y c ay.
DR. A. P. BARNES
Winter Has Just Begun
But it is so late in the ei.S'.r: that we find it
lo U necessary to release .some oi tlv money we
hae tied up in heatinp; stoves., fird to that end
are makiiij; prices that will ht attractive' to you.
As an illustiation of what is l-.ir.? done in the
way of price roducti -n lunc.- r.'. tr.tsl'uiir item.'?:
; Loaia Hotter was in Omaha yesterday.
J. W. Crabilt ard wile in OtinJia yes
T. B. Bates tjAt ia the metropolis
K. A. Lorew. was a,ri Omaha visitor
-C. C. C'hatrvikr: of Ashlo.'vi kh n tho
city Tw jay.
I), O. Dwyer trar..atttl busirveys in
Mrs. Williaai Schmidt ma nn spent
yesterday in Oniuha.
H. M. Tarth is irx!tir. aftt-r ba-nes-i
ttat'.rs at McCook.
J. Heir.i it of Bellevue was traiv-act- i
ine ic thi- city ycrterday. j
Mr-. W. t. Tiiiperis npent th- after-.
Hour. yest'T'Jav in Oraaha.
Mrj. J.ejih Drot'p-c vinitid the met-;
lorjolis yestcKlay i.l't;r!KMn.
Her.ry I.-ke a:u! wife of Lal'httte wt ro
vWtir.;? in tl.ii- city yeatenlay.
Mi1-. V. T. K'i".d nraUwhy are vi-Mt-with
ri'liitivi-s ut Fremont.
A. . Kirvv of (Central City U trna? .
nctir. 'LunintM bu.-irte.-.s in the city.
I. I. (iirof T.rejrory, S. I)., left yetf-:
tcnliiy after a busirit--"-, visit if) thif i-ity.
A. Clabauchoi the .'brao.:a Liuht
ir.i Co. wasar.OriKiha visitor ye.teniy.
V.'. W.f of Otnaha has U:,-n in
th: city th i week t.tti -nJintr t" bu-iness
K'i'ii.' Tj;ki of Lincoln attendee the
Taio:i-.5v:hla vVel(.!ii4, i--tu: r.ir. homei
Tui -J.iy r.oon.
T. J. Th'ima. of S.ith On. aim
in the city yestcnlay, rtttemlitifrtoaomf
A. S. Will lei t this morning for a
visit to several Colorado xintd. llo
will he absent about a week.
Clarence Robine of Omnha is in the
city looting after business matters uvl
visiting olJ frierula for a time.
0. F. Davis, real estate dualcr of
Onvaha was in the city today on a deal
for a live acre trnct near the city.
Mrs. Hunks, wife of the genial Hur
lington man, has returned from a visit
with ricr daughter at Calesburg, III.
Mr. and Mm. L .1. Kasler have re
turned to their home in Omaha after
a .short visit with friends in this city.
Hon. K. t!. Windham is in Lincoln
C. A. Marshall, dentist.
Hatt & Osbom's Restaurant open nil
clay and night.
Kgcnberger, tho coal man, is one of
ot'T new advertisers.
We sell the Monarch Malleable Range.
Kroebler Brothers, Coatee Block,
Something new in post cards every
week. Nemetz & Co. next to P.O.
Some cigars ure onry cigars, but
Ptpperburg'a "Buds'W a good smoke
Tho season is now at hand when you
should get your piano tuned. See Mr.
Becker at the I'lattsmnuth Music Co.
Masquerade! costumes and dressing
FOR RENT-Four-room cottage on
Vine, between 12th and I'Jth etroets.
For further particulars inquire at
News office. tf
FOR RENT- Five-room cottage, be
tween 7th and 8th hUkhHs on Marble.
Call up Platts Flionc No.
attending a ineeting of the territorial I rooms at Miss Mary Troop's store in
pioneers, and incidentally diking in the' Riley lilo.-k. Terms reasonable. M-2i F)
.Mrs. J. W. Newell has returned to , I'ho'.o ;st cards of Taft at Flatts
Iht home in Omaha, after a visit with '. rn"'-"''- N'' " sale - Te n ditfc rent
her parents in this city, Mr. and Mrs. ' viiW! ilt :,c ''!i' n- Nemetz ci Co. n. xt
A. W. Atwood. , to I. 0.
eonrt-hrwt. of the dependent T. le- tXV,b,'n l n' v;hy
phone Corriiios which is being held 1 i' always have a line
thin week in Lincoln. of th surH rr BA' hand.
mctz cV Co. rk;.t to P. O.
C. ('. Johns, representing the Nebras-
ui Farmer, wits in the city Tuesday
looking after business matters- connect
ed with his publication.
FOR SALE -A number of Bargains
in cottages, easy term. Cottages for
Whitman Investment Company.
SALE-A nicely located five
acres, for MUR Improvements
worth more than half this.
Windham Investment Company.
FOR PALE-My lift acre farm, 2J
milcis southwest of Orc-upolis and rf
miles northwest of Plattsinouth. For
te rms call Phittsmoutb 'phone No. 8
line If. Jtie Ualuias. .r8-St
This oMii'e makes a specialty of
job printing. We r'npectfully i-'licit
an optefirtj: itv to figure wi'.h vo j for
W. 1' Cook, 'the barla'r, accompanied , anythir g you may nei d in tlii.- li.iv.
by his nephew, Samuel Arthaud, of " - -
Hartley, Iowa, and who is employed' Trying tor Priie.
with Mr. Cook in his barber shop, were . Howard and Claud Ston.iker of Ida'
business victors in Omaha Thursday tiiove. la , were in tin . itv M ndav
FOR "vLE- Team, wagon and harness,
two bvnfs. enquire at Mrs. Ida Hixon
H-vAh Vhh. St. tr-:i
Luck's Relialit, X". 1'i 1'. 1 ii . liii!lt. No. I I
v. a.- S.V., now ... SSO - -'-.'J. iw, . . . S36
Buck's Hot LList. No. li ; W.-tilator, No.
1, was $'J. now ... 1" v...-s.'.s, now ..
You !eie oordinliy invited t c:.ll and see our
slock of "ods. You will be treated courteously,
:.:d vour patronage will appreciated.
When in l'laUsmeiith get your
The Perkins House f
('lUhniiinn & Coiy, rnim.
MARSHALL, D. D. S.
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Yeters' Experience
Office in FitzjreraJd Block
Spend a Pleasant Hour at
The Cosy Corner
I'O.M TROOP, PROPRIKI'OR''
A A A A A . . A . .
T T 1
InCoiinK ( oin l, Cim iiiiniv, N'i'liiii l.i.
Ill I hi- n.nll.T uf I l.i- o'lili' i.f .linnet SknuiMil.
e!r fiiM i.
To nil r-i.iH inti'iilnl:
Vimijiv hi'ii'liv rn'iii.il llial in .I.numv Oh,
I'.ii:'. h I'iini'i" .Sl.ii.iinul. Ii!id u"'H!i.in fnrlti" hi'
liuinlii'rpi nf an H(niini..ij:,t(.r ul :he n l v i ..
I;i! linil U't.llH' Km! hp !. :ir.ii.ntiil .i h h'l
mim.'i t n t ei . ih'ii 1 1 . -1 - .nil 1- ii i..hm'1'.c
"n siiul in litimi .it m "'I i' ti tl'i' i ii ,,f run '.
mulltll, rii-i I'lillllle. NhI,. ,. a. mi tin- :'.:h i!uy
nf .lu"i,ai A. ti !'iii:'i .,. . k. in.. .,l.'i'i mn'i.
Ilieri'iii lilii. t be I'l.ll l''ui" m l Iniir.
tl.il.il I Iii- i.tli .hiv of J.iiiimn. All !!.
. KM'inl link. A I I I.N .1. Ill I.miv
A""nri, iM.ii Ci.i.nn Ju.litp.
I Sv!id b r a post nwd of your iVsoiite
tleet. At Nemetz et Co.'
i Death ot Mrs. Crimes.
; The many friend- were paii.e d to
: lean. tl.i morning of the death of Mrs.
; Mary F. (.rimes at the residence of her
di'j't.ter, Mrs. Claude Everett, near
I'nioii. Mrs. Criiins had been ill for
, about a year past, and while her deal h
! w;i r.o; unexpected, it came as a shock
Mrs. lii'iitics was picci de d in death
by her husb.-nd, IKniy C. (Iriuies,
several year.-', and leaves to mourn her
' loss four children, Mrs. Claude Everett
of Union, Mrs. .1. C. Kie la y of this
city, Ed. F. Grimes of Omaha, iimI
i Charles of this city. She had reached
the advanced age of 72 years. months
and 11 days, having lived in this state
Delinite funeral arrangements have
not yet been made, but it will he hi Id
' Saturday in this city, ami the inter
ment will be nt Oak Hill cemetery.
Banning lo the ront.
Senator Banning got in at the open
ing of the legislature ill ,'oinl form, and
landed the chairmanship of some of the
important committees of the senate.
Tlici- may not be as good picking on
these as some ntliei committees, but
Kill don't nee d it any way. and he en
joys the work. Ho eot the chairman
ship of llie committee on Hiehwas,
Bridges and Ferrii's, besides being placed
on other iinjMirtant commit lees such as
Enrolled and Engrossed bills. Public
Lands and Buildings, and I'nivcrsitics
nd Normal schools. Senator Banning
is a lively worker, and is a safe lazi
ness man and can be relied on to do
what he can for his constituency.
F. L. Cuir.mi is, the dentist had an
expeneine yesterday morning which
h will not care to have n -Heated soi n.
While attending to the fui inidO an ex-plo-ion
occurred, badly burning him
about the face. The left ,-ye iwrticil
lurly seemed to receive the force' of
the impact arsl will probably be carried
in "linn for u l-.v days.
I'l'IAR SALESMAN WANTED -In
yKU' l'V-ality lo represent us. Ex-pi.-r.enee
unnecessary ;1 10 per month,
ar,d expenses. Write for partic ulars.
Monarch Cigar To. St. Louis, Mo.
board in private family. Inquire for
Mr. Be 'ker at the Pl.itt miouth Music
W.WfEIi -Girl at Riley Hotel.
Helling the Saturday Evening Post.
These boys are striving for a pri.e of
JWiand a Shetli:r:.l pony. Howard
called on the uiilerand sol.lhim a copv. u-avtl t. .
ii; n i r...- ... c... WAMKr' " vxebange
. ' ' -..t ii II.' I.IVVIII.II i tit J'il.n
him first for the pony, and a close K'c
' ond for the big prize of $."oo. Lust
Odd Fellows and KeieKall! Hold year the l..,,s won a trip to Mie-higai.
.Ioint,8es.sion To Kstablish
At a joiiit. session of the Odd Fellows
and Rehekahs held in the Odd Fc Hows'
hall Tuesday evening ollicers for both
societies were- installed for the year
1 !'!. Councilinaii Fred II. Steimkcr
olliciated for the I. O. O. F. as insiall
ing odicer whiie Mrs. Be-rtha Petersen
performed the same ceremony for the
Mr. Steimkcr placed the following
named gentlemen in charge:
Win. Holly, N. G.
Thos. Olson, V. G.
Virgil Mullis, Secretary.
.1. P. Sattier, Treasurer.
Emil Ptak, Warden.
Philip Theirolf, R. S. . (;.
John Corey, L. S. N. G.
John Rusche, R. S. V. C.
P. C Pe t.-rsen,!,. S. V. G.
Olive Wallengi'.'n, I. G.
The ladie s installed by Mrs. Petersen:
Mrs. J. M. Leek. N. G.
Mrs. H. Waintroub, V. G.
Mis. F. II. Steimker, Treasurer.
Mrs. P. D. Bates. Warden.
Mrs. II. .McKay, Cmalr.
Mis. John Busche, R. S. N. G.
Mrs. A. Kurtz, L. S. N. G.
Mrs. John McNurlin, R. S. V. G.
Mrs. Win. Holly. . G.
Mr-. John Rusehc. O. G.
A 1'te r the installation cen nionies. a
for thetiiv, vcs and their e ntire family,
selling ti." v.st. Tin ! remains t.vo
weeks iif the month h which the pri,:i'
is to In '.von.
Meetings To Begin
Revival n.e t-tinu's will bocin at; Lilier
ty I'nitod Brethren Church '1 I-:! miles
so'lih of lo.Vli, iieM S'lml.iy the 17:h.
R.'V. W. M 'Nulls of ohie, one of
t'le ino.-t hje .'C'ssl'iil Revivuli.-ls, will
c'iiiiiiict the meeting--. Mr. McNulty is
of tlii' Sam Joins type, yet entirely
original. He touches every ca-c, nnd
always means "yini." You are invited
to a'tend every meeting
Buys Fine Pi.ino.
John Seh.'.li'er one of the leading
farmers of PlaUsMioutb precinct was
in the; i ity Wednesday and pin-chased a
line new uprieht piano from .1. A.
I'.ecker. manage r of the Piatt--mouth
Music company. Mr. Schatl'er has
throe or four ehildieii nlil euou ..h to he
irin taking lis.vn.-, and realizes (lure
i-' nothing i,;. ikes the home more invit
ing than n nice instrument, and some
one to play it.
LoSi'ol: .'TRAY El) - Red calf with
'.. i. Me face, about li months old and
weiirhing iebnui 1?' ponml-i. Finder
will be .i:d for bis trouble hyivturu
ing same lo Kunsman and Rainge or
noti!'; ing iheiM ortlvanimal's where
WANTED -To trade, a line piano for
a good single driving horse-Plaits-mouth
Music Company. CU-tf
WANTED - Information regarding a
go 1 1 farm or bu-iness for Mile; rot
parlic ilac about location; wish to
hear from owner o ily, who will sell
duvet to buyer; pin; price, descrip
tion i.nd stat'.- w hen possession can he
had. Address L. Dai bvi-l.iiv. Box
A, Rochester, N, V.
A Bouquet for the Judge.
Co-.gri-s-n'.an E. !. Pollard has ac
tiiircd cmtiol of the.- Plat Ismouth
News plant. Not that he intends con
did 'ting a newspaper i:s mkci as his
WANTED- Ibmest, s-oher young man
to ip.ialify for good position in the,
Mail Service. Address II. R. R.,
care of this paper.
FOR SALE --A well improved oii-rfcre
farm il miles from PlaUsmouth. The
richness of tho soil makes it one of
the most productive pie-ces of land iif
Cass cv.,nty. Good hidings, good
oichiTd, an aluii'.ilanci.- of water, etc.
May be bought for le'ss than the pre
vailing price of land in U,m county.
Euitiire of Geo. L. Farley, Coatos'
block, Platt.-inoilth, Neb. IH',.4
x term of oihce expires, but its aeoui.-.i-
line li-nuel was serveel, l.n-ing w holly ti u -,S !l be tter bL'.-'iness propeisition
prepared by the Ri'hel.ahs. at wl.ichthe t,!" lo.-ing the money already invested,
bc.-t the bind idl'oid-e were served. A Judge .1. E. Douglass as trustee has
very enjoyable evening was na.ssn! mul been e-cbting the iianer and we wunt in
"lcs start the: new year with eongi ululate him on the able manni'r
tol prosiK-ct.-. : ..i.:. .,. ,. ..,, ;, I... t..'....
- ie- i sine co secure one o t noscj t-legailt
OASTOniA, news and e-dtorial work. A nioiv re-1 mantle clocks which are being given
BMr.ti. ft I'iU Hi." -'V'W Bftt e-imt clwinge shows Attorney A. L. away by the Ni;ws-lli;itALl. Seethe
spicia. sat SAJtf . iioi.-i.'O'.tor. wo wr. Walters, mnna- announcement
. i-;er. W eir.g Wntcr Republican.
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