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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1909)
WOW OPEM SETTLEMENT
AN IRRIGATED TRACT
North Platte Valley
The irrigated land in this valley is, without' doubt, the very best purchase
on the market today. Conditions of climate, altitude, soil, geographical position
and WATER SUPPLY alll favor this locality. This land will be sold with
perpetual water rights from one of the earliest appropriations out of the North
Platte River, the largest and best river thut Hows eust fom the Rocky Moun
tains. This river may well be called the " River Nile of America." It carries
double the amount of water of the South Platte, the Arkahsas and the Cache
La Poudre rivers combined. The silt ur.d mud carried in the water leaves a
coat of fertilizer each year equal in richness to that which for thousands of
years lias been annually deposited by the River Nile upon that rainless and
otherwise sterile country of Egypt, making it one of the most fertile valleys on
THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND HEALTH
The country where every crop grown in this latitude reaches perfection -where
floods don't drown out your crops in spring, or drouth burn them up in
summer; where SUGAR BEETS, POTATOES, PEAS or ALFALFA will pay
23 PER CENT on $200 PER ACRE.
The North Platte Valley has demonstrated the adaptibility of its soil to
ti the beet, and during th.- past three years the crop was shipped first to
Grand Island and then to Ames, Nebraska, and this year to Stirling, Colorado,
the factory paying the freight. This they will not have to do when there is in
cultivation the necessary acreage to insure a factory. (3,000 acres.)
BEST OF RAILROAD FACILITIES
The Belmont canal is in Cheyenne county. Its water supply comes from
the North Platte River, which is the finest stream flowing east from the P.ocky
Mountains. The headgatc is located about eight miles east of Bridgeport, Neb.,
Hr.d 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 a3 crop failure? Where
you control both seed time and harvest. Where you have no long cold wet
spells to interupt the cultivation of your crop? Where you apply the water
when the proper stage of growth is reached and the sunshine does the re3t? Where
no ill tiwed showers spoil your ungarnered grain? And where you never fail to
get tho highest market price for your products that are grown to perfection?
If you do, now is your opportunity. For further information write
GEORGE L. FARLEY,
OFFICE COATES BLOCK PLATTSMOUTH TELEPHONE 127
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Wise Talks by the Office Boy J
You can take my word for it whatever
a fellow hopes to be, he will be.iunless he
gets on the wrong car. Whenever I hear
one those worldly wise chaps using that
expression, "Where do I get off?" I
always feel like edging up and saying,
"Put him off at Plattsmouth because he
will then know just where he is going to
get off and we will all know where he is
getting off. We know that he will get
olf better than he expected for the
simple reason that we are primed
to the muzzle with new goods and we don't
care how soon the people know it. Times are improving,
business is improving, people are imtroving, everything
is improving except the weather and you can't improve
that because it isn't made to be bossed. Have you tried
our Plattsmouth brand of M & J coffee? Then you can't
go wrong on.
H. M. SOENNICHSEN
NEWSY BITS OF INFORMATION OF A LOCAL NATURE
CONDENSED INTO A FEW LINES
Boost for Plattsmouth.
C. A. Marshall, dentist
Get our prices on job printing,
How do you like our pue ad?
The Majestic, 5 and 10 cents.
It will pay you to read our advertise
Doesn't that intci urban railway talk
i line of advertisers.
: Pepperburg's "Buds"are a good 3mok e
j "Always reliable.
1 If vou want to make a plec of eisy
money invest a few dollors in Plaits-
i mouth property ar.d wait for the raise.
j Photo post cards of Taft at Platts
I mouth. Now on sale-Ten different
views at 5c each. Nemetz & Co. next
to P. O.
I When buying candies, why not
the best? We always have a fine
; of the superior grades on hur.d.
UU ,JM. b MMtlfcZTJ HUM )))tH
Spend a Pleasant Hour at J
The Cosy Corner
TOM TROOP. PROPRIETOR
MONEY FOR FARM LOANS.
II too and i Itio oo in prove J Fira
Lind. it rmoniMt tilt if Inttrcst. Write
me. Kj Delay. S!B3IR11SCr1,
203 hoitoi Store Bid j., Omiki.
is proud of its j
metz & Co. next to P. 0.
FOR SALE-A well improved SO-acro
farm 5 miles from Plattsmouth. The !
richness of the soil makes it one of j
the most productive pieces of land in I
Cass county. Good buil lirgs, good j
orchard, an abundance of water, etc. !
May be bought for less than the pre- j
vailing price of land in this county. '
Lr.quire of Geo. L. Farley, Coates
block, Plattsmouth, Neb. fctM
When in Plattsmouth get your
The Perkins House
Guthmann & Cory. Props.
HMMII H HMMMMIt
We make a specialty of the belter
! grades of job printing.
Keep an eye on our subscription con
test soon to be commenced.
Something new in post cards every
week. Nemetz & Co. next to P.O.
OLD GOLD WANTED - Bring us
j your old gold watch cases, rings, chains
etc. Cash or goods for them. Silver i
also. J. W. Crabill, Jeweler. C7--1
A new supply of sheet music has just
j been received by the Plattsmouth
j Music Company. All popular hits, 60c
! music sold at !50c and 50c music at 25c.
WANTED-To trade, a fine piar.o for
a good single driving horse-Plattsmouth
Music Company. 63-tf
Head the account of tho last meetinc
Wesell the Monarch Malleable Range. ! . f. l.nmmPriHi whirh ,,, lip
Kroehler Brothers, Coates Block,
Some cigars are only cigars, but
found on the first page of this issue.
That bunch of hustlers propose to make
WINTER TOURIST RATES: -Daily reduced rate excursions
to California, Old Mexico. Southern and Cuban Resorts.
HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS: First and third Tuesdays
of each month to many points west, sodth and southwest.
PERSONUY CONDUCTED EXCURSION to Florida by
Superintendent Public Instruction of Nebraska, Mr. J. I.. McBrien,
leaving Lincoln and Omaha December 19th. Write G. W. Uonnell,
C P. A. Lincoln, for itinerary.
rnucrJMUCMT l DDI H ATFO HHMFRTF AHS in tho Picr
linn i i in i ill iv i. j i iu hi iv. v vi iiiv tuu v w -n .
" : " 1 : " " . . , Henrv tiering of Omaha was
secure goou iarms lrurn uic uuvnuuieiu ai iu juiw. " ( .ity yes,terday,
Mr. D. Clem Deaver on tne next personiy conuucieu excursion.
He will help you secure one of these farms. No charge for his
r y 1 1 - m i
services. Excursions nrst ana inira luesaays.
W. L. PICKETT, Ticket Agent, Plattsmouth
L. VV. Wakely, G. P. A., Omaha.
Items ot Interest Concerning the Going and Coming of
People You Know
WANTED-Information regarding a
good farm or business for sale; r.ot
particular about location; wish to
hear from owner only, who will sell
direct to nuyer; give price, descrip-. V
tion and state when possession can be ?
had. Address L. Darbyshire, . Box
1320-A, Rochester, N, Y. 93-4
It pays to feed it-especially
at this time of the year.
These are the five best brands
on the market today. Sold by
F. C. FRICKE & CO.,
AND EXPERT PILL MIXERS
1 1 Improved Order of !
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to see such handsome turnouts as
jrocs from Manapeaker'a livery
stable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
our carriages arc swell in style
and comfortable to ride in, and
our horses are always well
jrroomed. well dressed and well
fed. When you want a drive
come to Manspeaker's for your
Jones' Old Livery Barn
Seventh A Main SU. i'latUmouth. Neb.
George Falter was in Omaha Tuesday.
John Brady of Lincoln spent Sunday
in the city
in the :
Sunday in this city, the guest if Miss
Misses Mia and Barbara Gering are
Oscar Zaar of South Bend was in the j V's'i-'"K in Omaha, the guests of Mrs.
J. J. bumvan.
T. E. I'armcle of Louisville was in
the city yesterday attending to busi
Mrs. Anna Hart of Omaha was in the
city the first of the week and made the
News-Herald a pleasant visit.
Mrs. S. B. Good of Ogden, Utah, has
returned to her home after a visit in
C. A. MARSHALL, D. D. S.
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-3ix Years' Experience
umce m ritzgeraid Block
WILL GIVE A
FRIDAY EVE, JAN 22
Music by Itner's Orchestra
COME EVERYBODY AND
HAVE A GOOD TIME
AT COATES HALL.
Now has the spring styles of
merchant tailoring cloths
in stock. Do not
YOUR SPUING SUIT
Y until others have ordered ahead
j- of you. Be a leader. I am now !j.
'X using the new French process of X
t dry cleaning and pressing does
Ed. Schulhof spent Sunday in the city ,
Joseph McCarthy is in Omaha, hav-
ing his eyes treated.
Mrs. J. T. Kuntz is visitinK in Lin-'
coin for a few days.
Attorney C. E. TelTt of Avoca was
in the city this morning.
Ben Decker and wife have returned
from a visit in Missouri.
V. C. Ahlstrand of Dover's was an
Omaha visitor yesterday.
John Ossenkop of Louisville, made a
business trip here Tuesday. ,
Dr. G. W. Todd of Omaha was a
Hattsmouth visitor Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Leesly is home again from
Dr. J. H. Hall was a Lincoln visitor
yesterday, but was probably more in
terested in the chicken show than in
the state legislature.
Mrs. Hose Jenson of Newman Grove,
returned to her home yesterday after
n viif nf arvrml wpnka with lint rtnr.
J , a visit in Kansas and Missouri. j cnta in thj.s city Mr and Mrs IL Gi
! Miss Alma Speck is spending a few button.
! days in Omaha visiting with her sister. jIr. amj Mra Wallace Bailey of
i Frank Ballance of Glenwood spent rekin, Ills., the latter a daughter of
i Sunday in the city with the home folks. ! Mr. anil Mrs. George Stoehr, of west
.... , , , jot tne city, came in this morning for a
Miss Loona Brady has gone to Lin-! visit with Mrs Bai, ts ftnd
coin where she has a position in the , othcr nUiliv M. Stochp ha8bccn
WVE have just added a complete line of stationary, school and office
" supplies to our already large stock of sundries.
YOU should not fail to see the values we are placing on our 5 and 10c
AUR candy is guaranteed strictly pure and fresh and the most popular
v varieties, large assortment, lOo per pound.
surprise you Glassware. China
this city with Miss Anna Hassler.
Mrs. V. E. Sherwood returned Tues-1
day to her home in Lincoln after visit-1
ing several days in this city with friends 1 1 UE carry a complete line of paper backed Novels, pooular convrirM -I
and relatives. I i- Novnla nH M..ln y F -pyrignt
HIE are offering at prices that will
Enamelware, Tools and Tinware.
Novels and Magazines.
I DE sure and pay us a visit as we have the goods
T and at the lowest prices.
W. C. IRWIN & CO.
The Savings Bank Store.
Send her a post card of your favorite
float At Nemetz & Co.i'
District Court Convenes.
The district court is in session this
week, Judge Travis being engaged in
equity cases and disposing of motions
preparatory to the coming of the jury
next week. There will be some impor
tant criminal cases for trial this term
unless astute counsel secure continu
ences of same. The Ossenkop case is
regularly for trial but M. Gering moved
the court Wednesday to let it go over
the term. The defendant failed to put
in an appearance on the first day of the
term, as required by the conditions of
sick for some time, this being
Miss Kate Mitchell of Omaha spent ; cause of their visit at this time.
for his appearance Wednesday morning,
which he did. Ed. Doran and John Os
senkop, came in with defendant.
The case was before the court on
motion of the state for leave to endorse
four new names of witnesses on the in
formation. Afterward defendant mov-
time during the second week of jury
work. A large number of witnesses will
be summoned by both the state and defense.
New BoiUr Utallad.
C. McMaken & Son have just corn
ed the court for a continuance of his rleted the unloading and placing in posi-
cause, contending that the fact of othcr I ft?? ' !?r fl th. Neb,r,8ka
. . T . Lighting Company. This piece of new
murders having been committed in the equipment weighed 27,000 pounds and
county would influence sentiment against! day and night shifts were employed in
kirn The rnnrt nverm id the mot on. its installation from the time Of its
his bond, but the Judge made an order I but set the case down for trial some- i arrival batuHay m?ht until last night.
Minnie Bunker spent Sunday at
A. W. Zaar was a county seat visitor
Commenced stripping at the Murphy
Aunt Nancy Wellis condition is un
changed. John Wagner was a Louisville passen
"Bobby" Tarpering was a Richfield
Mrs. M. A. Straight received word of
the death of her aged mother living in
The post-office inspector called at
South Bend recently and found every
thing in Ant class condition.
Dr. L. D. Jones of Murdock, depart
ed on the Schyler for Omaha Monday
from there he will g0 to Texas to
locate for his health.
A dance was given at the home of
Mrs. C. E. Streight across the river
on Saturday night. Quite a few from
South Bend attended and report a good.
J. M. Derning is planning on holding
a general sale in the near future. Mr.
Derning having purchased a farm near
Broken Bow. No sale bills are out but
we will give the date later. This will
be a chance for stock raisers to get
some good Duroc Jersey hogs.
E. Strunzenigger is now in Suits'
Mexico. He expected to be gone abou
mree montna. A card w.u -:..j v
from him at El Paso stating that the
thermometer registers 70 degrees, and
they had cold weather on the trip till
he reached Dallas, Texas.
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