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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1909)
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cdufiftrfi fs tor Sikvj , inn St h riic ,,,. .v.
Law JJ'ith, Bats, (i lores. Miffs,
Mil ski, efc, this sea sun at
for cleaner and more businesslike
ministration af the city alLon.
Herold Book & Stationary Store
Buy Spaulding's Base Ball Goals. There is '
none none "just as good." Beware of the
"just as good" dealer who makes "appear
ance" first and "quality" secondary, and of
fers the customer the "just as good" article
when Spauldings are asked for.
Full Line of Fishing Tackle.
are for tin stopping of the leakage in
tial and eve:; spie id. J achievement. This Sattler has not promised an otl'.ce to I to stand on that proposition. We are
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pity that hu:u.ia nature U s e .ns itu- Taxpayer do you believe the .Journal.
teJ that it ab:irb su.n fac'.s far less when you hear a numhtr of John 1'.
greatly than the otner kind. Hut, when Sattler's henchmen my they will he the city treasury. We are for decency,
all id said f,.-this so-calle i ojiiimism, it : street commissioner if he i:t fit c.ed. hut the kind udvocited and practiced
is more important that we see the t Wonder if John I'. Fattier has promised by the Journal.
orrors a.id evils. The greatest force , to let the Journal have $."! of your
for progress, for individual or general j money, where $13 would lie suflicient?
progress, is intelligent criticism - the I Sixth.
Mr. Taxpayer and Good Citizen do
you believe the Journal is for decency
and c'ear.tr city government, after ob
serving tin- type cf decency advocated
and practiced by the Journal?
Caul (i. Fkickb will be the next vlj
treasurer by a unanimous choice. Thi?.
shows what an upright clean businc-w
Why not elect the candidates for the
The Journal says; "John P. ! ' ' : life sometimes does for a young man..
. , e . . i . . o ,i . , i .- .i , . , reiiuiu cans anu tnree i emocrats iooks
pointing out of what can and what : Sattler stands lor the enforcement of j '
v hi i i u . i . . i . i 1 like a suuare deal. Why should anv
should be done. i the Law in regard to every business i ' J
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And that sort of criticism is. after all. ! and he knows no fear or favor in so do-1 ",..... o, .....u... o,
the strong and subtlest flattery. I im
plies that the person or the people to
ing." Hut, Mr. Taxpayer do you Le-
Carl has our hearty congratulations.
We AKK for decency. We are for
i democrat complain? There can be no e),Urti opportunity for all and specif
lieve the Journal, when John 1 Sattler n"m for ''ilht'r rt'l,ul''i, f"ls " 1,m-! privileges to none, even though it doer
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whom it is directed have done so well j .at in the council and permitted the V 1 u' j cjt off the leakage m the city t.eisury.
that there is hope in their doing better. ! Journal to take where $1S would j ,1Ci tno,nsclveR or ,!avo an a to Bnn(i- where the Journal has been having it
What we all need, individually and
Fresh shipment of Red Band Brand Candies
just received from New York. See window
display of these 20 cent candies which we are
selling at 12 cents a pound.
Read all the latest copyright $1.")0 books for
10 and 15 cents. New arrivals, "The Round
Ur," "Serventin ihellouee." "Lewis' Rand,"
"The Man in Lower 12," "The Bronze Bell,,'
"The Yoke," "The Music Master," "51-40 or
Fight," "Red Mouse," "The Missioner." Be
sides about 200 other books of recent popular
fiction for rent at 10 and J5 cents a week.
Herold Book & Stationary Store
One Door West of Fanger's.
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collectively, is helpful criticism. And
have been sufficient? ur 11C u,ljr ure l" Jmrl,!ia" 10 wanl " pocket filled. How do you stand o
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Now, Mr. Taxpayer do not under- i MU"" ullu ur lo K1 " m'u"rt t proposition Mr. Taxpayers?
any kind of criticism is better than the I stand that the $"! taken by the Jour
wholesale praise that lures to the bot- j nal is all the sums so taken for every
Vote for the citizens'
square deal ticket.
ticket it is a
tomless bogs of self-complacence.
1 THE SURFACE AND THE
Society is a re-t!ess and surging sea.
; The roar of the billows, the dash of the
.waves, is forever in our ears. Lven merit or an appointive office, the Jour-
the angry hoarseness of breakers is not na is simply mistaken. In my private
, unheard. Il.it the.-.' is e:i understratum practice of law, I am content with the
am iloi.ig. in my editorial
ordinance and notice published for the Ckokue E. Dovky, J. P. Falter, Fred
past 3 or I years have bee.) charged for l'iwr,ge, I,. (I. Larson, C. M. Parker
in the same manner. i um August (.order, the candidates for
... , ., ,., . the council on the citizens' ticket, is
thinks the editor of 1
the strongest list of councilnianic can
didates ever nominated in this citv.
i Let every good citizen who wants less
politics anil more business in the nian-
f deer., calm se i. which the breath of i.,,,;.,,. r i..; ... i i:....:..i OKcmcnt or me city s allarrs vote tor
b' Tin: Journal
this paper is seeking political prcfer-
the wildest temi.est can never reach. ..-L- t c..t.. ,..,;...:...i tnt's,; nu'n- 1 his city needs Letter a.l-
There is. deep down in the hearts of the JourmiI wvm mitly U(1,isy lll)out ministration of its affair. Are you
: the American people. a strong and abid- ug( wc , not seeking any rKditical 1 .1-111
j in' love of our country and its liberty, control in any party. We have made
which " r!:vc storms of passion fan I our policy clear. We are for Platts-
mouth and Cass county, and we propose ! stride forward
Evi'.KY time a corrupt politican is
convicted good government takes a
Good citizen after observing the typ
of decency advocated and practiced ly
the Journal, do you want to adopt it
for your own family? Do you think it
would be right to force it upon your
neighbor's family? If we arc not mis
taken the good citizens will administer
a merited rebuke to the Journal.
Mu. Tax pay Kits do you want to con
tinue to pay $.r)4, where $1S would Ik
sufficient? Po you want your taxti?.
wasted in paying political debts, simply
because the Journal has its pocket
under one of the leakages in the city
treasury? Is that busineFS sense on
jour part Mr. Taxpayer?
ciety, which Lvi
glisten for a time in the crest of the
highest wave, and then gives place to
' another, while it goes down to mingle
XWVX--M'W":"VXV- of about seventeen knots an hour. The "gain with the millions below-such in-
; ever shake.
j That kind of instability which arises
! from a free movement and interchange '
! of position among the members of so- MKKKK""
s one drop up to f
VOTE FOR THE CITIZENS'
Do you believe in good business
sense in city government, u;
Curtis turbines of the Delaware are de- j stability is the surest pledge of per
manence. On such instability the eter-
X signed to drive her twenty-one knots,
X And she carries coal enough to steam, na' fixedness of the universe is based.
political Icakcge from the city battle conditions now shows that, in all onical and business administration, and 1
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jl t iv 1 !. f. aiewarr iriw&rn whirp'a sirt ip i in on. leiris at on. cut. Air. iaxn.ivpr iio
at her most economical speed, six Each lanet, in its circling orbit, re-
hampered by parti it::i politics? X 1 thousand miles. Such is the progress turn?, to the goal of its departure, and
THEN VOTE FOR THE CITI- J ' which we have made in the size and 0:1 tho 1,a,a:1 "e of lJleS1' wildly rolling
speed of the vessels which we are c0; ' spheres God has planted the broad base
strueting. The crui.seif forty-two , of "'-''gbty works.
; thousand miles with the Atlantic fleet! So the h.pe of our national perpe-
l.as recently completed on time, and tuit" rei;t9 ui)0n t!l;;t perfect individual
. completed without mishap or break-, "re,J';orn w'''h shall forever keep up
X down, is testimony enough to the sea-' th- ci-cuit of perpetual change.
and an equal opportunity for all? f , mnnship of the Navy. -THEN
VOTE THE CITIZENS' In 1890, at the battle of Santiago,: Fikst. The Journal says; "John P.
TICKET. v wur s'ps averaKed one hit out of every , Sattler will give the people of Platts-
DoJ-ou believe 1s 'stopping the f twt'ni" snf'ls ?. 1 fie practice under ; moum a ciean conservative ana econ-
Do you believe that good gov
ernment is more important than
partisan politics? THEN VOTE
THE CITIZEN'S' TICKET.
Do you believe in a square deal
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X treasury? THEN VOTE THE , ijro;ja"'"iy. mey woum nit eignt times 11 vo-j:icii snouiu ojipose mm, ne :
CITIZFN' TICK FT r out every twents shots fired. Mr. will use the veto power to head off bad J
Do you believe in boosting for y , '
i Plattsmouth? THEN VOTE THE y otner I'art tnis maRazino, tells of the 1 yu believe the Journal, when John P.
X ,T.-imi. TiwrT X break inir of the world's marlrKn-.anehin ; Sattler sat in the council and allowed
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Do you believe that good men f ."coras uy me raaryianu, giving a ; oournai 10 receive ior puoiisn-1
f do you believe mat goou men r '
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,.n.t tKo ,l0mnnrot;n t10r liRureB mean. ura. cuu.un.i; T
X ,., , 1:ki :,, n 4. 1 The achievements of the Navv in Second. The Journal says: "John : 1
consiruciion, seamanship, and marks-, 1 auier nas ceen engaged m a war X
.j. 1 manship make a record of efficiency of i to se(ure reasonable light rates for the 1 J
Mt...ci TifiTT : wnicn tne nation may wel he croud.- cuy 01 1 laiismoutn and its people. 1 X
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2 r rom VVorlU s Work. ! ut;, ;.ir. iaxpayer do you believe the 1
j ! Journal, when it has been taking $r)4 of : J
; THE Citizens' convention was wide : your money where $18 outrht to have IV
Fijuare deal independent of po
litics? THEN VOTE THE CITI-
THE "DELAWARE" MORE POWER- open to everybody of every party and i paid the bill?
FUL THAN DEWEY'S FLEET. each and every one had an equal op-j Third. The Journal says: "John P.
The recently launched Delaware of ; portunity. It was the most largely at-' Sattler has been a believer in equal
the United States Navy is the most j tended of anj convention. The candi- rights for all and special privileges to
powerful fightir.g ship afloat. Her , dates nominated by it are all cleanj none." But, Mr. Taxpayer do you be
principal armament consists of pairs of , capable and efficient business men from ! lieve the Journp.l, when John P. Sattler
tim.la.inA irino in five tnrrtti nr. ' hII th wntlra of fa Civ l.mnn...(n . ..ni.l n u i i r - ... V
ranged on the center line of the ship, so , and six republicans, that is a fair dis-' money where $18 would have been suf-'
that they all can be tired at once, and tribution. Elect the Citizens' ticket fieient?
all are available lor either broadside, and make this the noted year in the! Fourth. Jhe Journal says: "John
The Delaware can shoot, at one time , progress of this city. Elect the Citi- j P. Sattler believes in doing street work I
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more metal than a broadside from the zens ticket and stop saying something j wherever it is needed and as much as 1
CARPETS FOR SPRING
A beautiful line of Moquette and
Velvet Brussels carpets. 3-ply All
Wool, Yard Wide Carpets. 2-ply
All-Wool, Yard Wide Carpets.
Half-Wool Carpets, , Cottage Car
pets, Sanitary Carpets, Japanese
and China Mattings. Small size
Rugs, 9x12 RUGS. Linoleums in
2 yards anil 4 yards wide.
PRICES ALWAYS RDCHT
thole fleet whi?h Dewey took into , is wrong with Plattsmouth.
Manila Bay in 1S!I8. Less than a year
ago, the Connecticut was the pride of
the Navy. Yet, beyond the reach of
its smaller guns-2,SK) yards-the
Delaware would be almost a match for
The battleships which, eleven years
ago, destroyed the Spanish fleet out
Bide of Santiago, had a maximum Fpeed
Every once in a while some publicist
-to use a word big enough to include
everybody who ever takes observation
of the state of the public moral health
-tries to score by of setting against
the thronging facts of corruption the
even more numerous facts of substan-
possible with the money the citv has to
do it with." Hut, Mr. Taxpayer do! $
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you ueueves tne journal when John P. i I
Sattler has Fat in the council and allow
ed thousands of dollars to be wasted on
the streets in paying political debts,
and allowed the Journal to take 554 of
your money where J18 would have been
Fifth. The Journal says: "John P.
E. G. BOVEY & SON
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And all the accessories.
Largest line in the city
and the prices
CAN'T BE BEAT
W.C. IRWIN & CO.
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