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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1909)
On Account of the Large Volume of Business Being Done In Plattsmouth We
Have Decided to Remain at Burlington Depot Until Saturday, April 3
To the persons of small means or modest monthly income it often seems that all the chances for making profitable investments will have passed by forever before he will
be in position to take advantage of any of them. There are thousands of men would invest in lands if they knew of the right opportunity and if the lands could be had on
It is a recognized fact that there is no safer investment on earth than lands. Do you know that faims in Southern California and also in the Rockyford district, Colorado
are selling for $1,000 to $2,000 per acre? When these lands were first placed on the market a few years ago you could have purchased them for $20 and $40 per sere. We are
offering you the opportunity Of a lifetime for lands surrounding New Chicago, Anderson county, Texas, are just as productive as those of any on earth and the climate is ideal
the year round.
Join one of the clubs that are now being formed by Plattsmouth people and get in on the ground floor.
You arc Now Offered an Opportunity the Equal of Which Has Never Before Been Presented to You-That of Securing a Tract of
10 Acres ol land Toflether With a Town Lot in New Chicago for $190 Payable if You Wish at $10 per Month only $2.50 per Week.
The members of the club elect one of their number to go to New Chicago and investigate the proposition and if he reports favorably the club members purchase. If the
member finds that the men in charge of the exhibit car have misrepresented, the members of the club do not purchase On this representation you are invited to come and join
one of the club. Remember you take no chance, and the Giant Construction Co. pays the transportation both ways of the representative elected by the purchasers to investigate.
For further information call at the exhibit car now at the Burlington depot. Open evenings.
Texas Looks Good to Plattsmouth People
J. D. PHILLIPS,
Mr. .1. I). Fhillms. Manager TVvna KxViihit Cnr.
Hattsmouth,' Neb.. March 27, l!M). f
From personal investigation from a trip to the country, and from interviews
with business men, bankers, planters, growers and professional men, Texas im
presses us as a state where consideaable money can be made with a small invest
ment. The Boil is fertile, the climate is nleasant and the iitmosnhere healthv.
j. Almost anything that can be grown in any other state can be grown in Texas, and
ltxas is oecoming a great irun country, ana we believe m a lew years it will do
t I I - I . IT 1 I. II P 11 1 .1 . t
iar aneati oi v,uuioniia as a iruu oen. vvnno we nave noi ueen m me vicinity or
"New Chicago" where the Giant Construction Company are promoting their
colonization plan, whatever benefits one part of the state benefits all the state.
We are convinced they have a good proposition. We have visited their exhibit
car now at the Burlington depot and wish to say that it is a good representation
of what can be accomplished in the fruit and truck erowintr industries in Texas.
While conditions are in embryo as yet, opportunities are not lacking, providing
thrift, energy, industry and enterprise are shown.
We would advise any young man to go at once and locate in the state of Texas,
where by little effort he can soon win himself a home and in a few years become
independent. We do not bliev anyone can make a mistake.
Signed, D. C. Morgan, W. K. Uosencrans, F. G. Kgenberger, Philip Thierolf.
GEORGE L. FARLEY, Local Agent
John Bauer, Plattsmouth, Neb.
See first window east of our store for
the finest display of plumbing fixtures
and bathroom supplies ever shown in
this city. We carry a complete line of
everything necessary for a first class
job and will guarrantee satisfaction
and sanitary installation at greatly re
duced prices over last year.
Secretary Root Retires From
Cabinet Covered With Glory.
Secretary Root made a brilliant and
an impressive termination of his duties
as a member of the cabinet, by the
Long Time Subscription Payments.
Contestants and their friends should
remember the extra votes allowed on
five-, ten-and fifteen-year subscription
payments, to both papers, and that
payments of this kind will count fast
when it comes to winning one of the
grand prizes in the contest.
Payments of the above denominations
count as follows;
. - i i .. t il.. 1
, k ""I""". V& wi j Five yva m 10on0 voUs Hm votw
,uMun, Ten s 21.0(H) votes. 17.000 votes
ior years nas out' n a source oi iricuon
between that country and our own, and
if the action taken is ratified it will go
to The Hague, where it belongs. TTTTTipp OOTl
has been rare in the history of the gov-
ernment when a secretary of state has
terminated his service with so clear a
'docket as that which Mr. Root turns
jover to his successor. He has come
I nearer to putting this country on an
Fifteen years $30 31,000 votes. 28, UK)
Residents of Plattsmouth Cannot
Doubt What Has Been
The News-Herald is equipped to do all kinds
f of Job Printing and will appreciate an opportunity
to figure with you when in the market for anything
in our line. No job is too large for our ability to
execute and no job is too small to receive our most
arbitration basis with the rest of the
world than it ever was before and he
has strengthened friendly relations be- j
tween the United States and the other !
powers in general. He has done all In gratitude for complete relief from
that the limitations of his position per- aches and pains of bad backs-from
mitted him to do for the promotion of distressing kidney ills - thousands have
good understanding and if some of the ; publicly recommended Doan's Kidney
arrangements that he has negotiated ; Fills. Residents of Plattsmouth, who
fail of ratification the fault will not be j so testitied years ago, now say their
his. The peculiar and valuable quality j cures were permanent. This testimony
X of his service was first shown in his-doubly proves the worth of Doan's Kid-
attitude toward the South American ; ney Fills to Hattsmouth kidney suffer
republics. He not only formulated a J crs.
policy calculated to win their friendship John Janda, Street Commissioner,
and confidence, but he made his mes- J North Twelfth street, Plattsmouth,
sage doubly impressive and effective Neb., savs: "I have previously en-
, by delivering it in person. There has
j been, because of his good offices, a
1 closer drawing together of the govern
ments and peoples of the western
T J hemisphere than ever before, and this
dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills through the
local papers and at this time, I do not
hesitate to confirm all that I have pre
viously said about them. We procured
this remedy at Gcring & Co'b. drug
store and it brought relief from an
i is true to the north as well as to the
T unlit h nf im. Aa sprmtnru nf ntntp hi ncntp nttnrk- nf lnmluifo nnd vnrinns
painstaking care, we cordially invite the attention j; ; record has been not merely brilliant, I annoying symptoms of kidney trouble
Of OTir farmer friend to onr Slip hill ripnnrtmpnt -fr j whut is a great deal better, it has J after other remedies had failed.'
0Ur Iarmer menus 10 OUr Sale Dill aepaumeni. x ! been one of the highest usefulness and For sale by all dealers. P
This is splendidly equipped for the prompt execu-
tion of work of this character, and our prices will
be found to be as low as the lowest. To the bus-
iness men, if you will telephone your wants a rep- y.
resentative will call and quote you prices an any
thing you may need. We earnestly solicit a share -j
of your patronage.
benefit, not only to American interests, i cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
but to other countries as well. It is a i New York, sole agents for the United
fortunate day for New York when a j States.
man of such trained statesmanship and j Remember the name-Doan's and
large achievement, once more fills a take no other. 88 4
place that was intended for statesmen, i
- Boston Transcript.
Cecil Thomas the ctlicient mail
Old Papers For Sale at This Office
In the dramatic department of the
"Entertainment Antique" April l:!th,
where ho i bo given:
Watler L I "The Girls of Our Softool," -Mrs,
Ta. Vfc Aiv 44 A A A A ATfci
Spring Is Here At Last
We are prepared with a nice line of the la
test styles in ladies hats. One will have to
see our our display of Easter millinery to
realize their beauty and the astonishing
low pi-ices at which they go. Our lines of
Dry Goods of all kinds is full of money sav
ing bargains as well as all other goods.
Give us a call and be convinced. No
trouble to show goods. Just received a
line of Men's Pants.
For Ho! Fires Gel Egenber
ger's Coal !
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 giving and slate-free when it
leaves the mines, screened and cleaned again here
and served to you full weight and with celerity of
delivery. Order any way that suits you. Both
J. V. EGENBERCER
rier on rural route No. 2, started Tuet-
d.iy for Long Beach, Cali
will assist his father.
Thomas, and H. J. llclns in the onera- i S. Johnson and a bevy of Rirls.
tion of an autor.olilo garage which1 "The VVronR Botile,"-Ben Windham
they have purchased. We wih thm and John Falter,
success in their new enterprise. Clare i "Ki'a'linjr. "What Signing the I'lcdjrc
a brother of Cecil takes charge of the did for John and me,"-Mrs. J. S.
mail route. Var.dcrco .k.
YOUR WISHES ARE
Just as you would have them at
Barnes' restaurant. The viands
are of the best, the cuisine is
perfect, and our sauces, entrees,
fish, meats, oysters, dams, les
oils and pies are prepared bv
experts. Our price-well, voii
will say they are small when you
test the culinary cenis that we
present for your delectation.
DR. A. P. BARNES
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