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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1909)
tha active principle, rg?'2
and heallhf ulnesj, to
Insures wholesome and dell-
cious food for every day
in every home
I Advertising is a necessity in a sue-' Here it has been two months and
' ccssfully conducted business just as : Congressman Maguire has not yet built
much as tea, coffee and sugar are ! the I'lattsmouth post-office. Has any-i
necessities in the housetold. It is uni- body heard of Maguir fi::ee he proin. ;
versally attested that newspaper ad- ised not to vote for Cannon if elected.
vertising is the best kind of advertis- Weeping Water Repuvjli -an.
inn. With the publisher of a legitimate j
! newspaper the spare he has for Kale is ; "WjH CllTG
just the same as the shoe merchant's 1
' stock of shoes, the dry goods nier
j chant's stock of goods, the clothing
merchant's stock of clothing. The
space in the newspaper is for saie. It
is like a tract of land that is for sale,
it needs cultivation. When a business
man buys sp-iee in a newspaper and
presents his copy for his ad and then i Take your sour atomaeh-nr mv
leaves the same ad stand for weeks j you call it Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas
and weeks he does not derive much trit'!) f Catarrh of Stomach; it doesn't
PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA. j
Entered at tho postollice al 1'lBtt'mnutli, Cam !
County, Nebraska, iw aecuml-cluns mail mutter.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK CASS COUNTY
A. L. TIDl) Editor.
R. 0. WATTERS Manner
! RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Dm Tear In Advance U.M
b afontha 75
I'lattsmouth No. 85 Nebraska No.
TO OUR READERS.
To the business public we desire to
br) that this issue ends the fourth
month of our management of the News-
IIekai.d. During that time we have
persistently revised the subscription
list and have put it on a paying basis.
We have cut oft" about 1500 and have
added about 700 names. Our list at the
present time is one of the largest in the
county and is without question the most
up to date. We have adopted up to
date methods in handling all business.
Our purpose is to push the subscription
list until we shall number among our
readers every live citizen in Cass county
andhundreds in the surrounding country.
Many of the local merchants have
given us encouragement as well as busi
ness, for which we feel very grateful.
It is the policy of this paper to treat
all advertisers exactly alike. Foreign
advertisers are required to pay the same
rates as local advertisers; this is not
always true of country newspapers. If
you are an advertiser, or desire to be
come one, and we can be of any service
to you in the preparation of your onKer tryinK
"copy" we are yours to command. We
solicit your patronage in the future.
A. L. Tmo, Editor.
R. O. Watters, Manager.
TAFT FOLLOWS ROOSEVELT
In spite of the fact that 1'resident
Taft helped to develop the Roosevelt
policies and that he made his campaign
as a progressive candidate the oppon
ents of the Roosevelt administration
have sought in many ways to convey
the idea that he was preparing to re
verse himself and his predecessor. They
have intimated that the differences to
be expected were much more important
than mere differences of method. A
change in the forestry policy is by no
means the only one predicted, and
Gilford Pinchot's statement has the
greater significance on that account.
Pinchot replies to a rummor relating
to his work with the full authority of
the president. He says that the presi
dent is in entire sympathy with the
policy that has been adopted. Un
doubtedly the gossip and insinuations
generally have a weak a basis as the
s.ory that is thus refuted. This
clearly indicated both by the record
and the character of the president. In
the case In question he has deemed it
advisable to authorize a statement
Perhaps he may pursue the same course
in other cases, but whether he does or
not he is likely to sadly disappoint the
men who are deceiving and delighting
themselves with the dreams of the be
trayal of a public trust. Chicago
benefit after the second issue of the
paper. He is like the man who buys!
tract of land and plants it to a crop,
and does no more. If you have some
thing for sale buy space and then make
that space talk to the people and they'll
buy. The New.s-Hekai.I) has advertis
ing space for sale just the same as you
have shoes, clothing, hardware, and
groceries. Ifyou don't buy space don't
complain if we sell our space to the
ther fellow. We are in the business
and we are going to sell. Now is your
chance to buy just as you have had a
chance for four months. This papir
djes not ask you for any charity -it is a
plain business proposition. If you don't
know how to make the space you pur
chase valuable, we do, and we stand
The Union Ledger is twenty years
The plucky man is usually a lucky
Every man is the architect of his
There is no failure except in no
friend is like an un
A MAN may have a good opinion of
j himself and yet be a poor judge of
Every dog has his day; the kind of j human nature.
day depends upon the sort of dog.
All Distress From Stomach and
Indigestion Vanishes In
Five Minutes. I
matter-take your stomach trouble
right with you to your Pharmacist and
ask him to open a "0-cent case of
Pape's Diapepsin and let you eat one
22-grain Triangule and see if within
five minutes there is left any trace of
your stomach misery
The correct name for your trouble is
Food Fermentation-food souring; the
Digestive organs become weak, there
is lack of gastric juice; your food is
only half digested, and you become af
fected with loss of appetite, pressure
and fullness after eating, vomiting,
nausea, heartburn, gripping in bowels,
tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad
taste in mouth, constipation, pain in
limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness,
dizziness and many other similar
If your appetite is fickle, and nothing
tempts you, or you belch gas or if you
ready to help you make the space you fecl bloated after eating, oi your food 1
lies like a lump of lead on your stom-1
ach, you can make up your mind that i
at the bottom of all this there is but j
one cause-fermentation of undigested
pay for earn money for you. It all
lepends on how you use your space. An
ad" writer is a skilled artisan, and
commands high wages. Our advertis
ing space is the same price to all.
TAKES the LEAD
PARAMOUNT KNITTING CO
Just received a case
of this popular Hose.
We guarantee them to
wear better than any
hose you ever bought
at any price onty jCj
per pair JL3L
A fine ribbes Hose at
the same price
The popular Ox-Blood
Hose in ladies' and
Ok the five senses, common sense
and a sense of humor are the rarest.
Ik you want push, don't ride and
drag your feet, and thus hinder the
progress of your town. -Union Ledger.
When a man or a woman who may
be pressed by poverty or moved by just
common, low down cupidity steals a
suit of clothes or a gown, his or her
name is mightv certain to get into the
newspaper. Are the names of the
prominent society leaders" in New
York who are mixed up with the big
smuggling scandal to be made public?
nd if not, why not?
By this criminal evasion of duties on
Paris finery for rich and fashionable
women in New York the government
has been swindled out of 15 million
dollars annually. Can thievery on such
a colossal scale as that be covered up,
even to shield families of the promi
nence which vast fortunes give to peo
ple in New York?
Is there one law in this country for
the man or tbe woman who steals a
suit of c lothes or a gown and another
law for social leaders who encourage
a:id patronize syndicated smuggling?
Now is the time to find out whether
such discriminations in the administra
tion of the law are to be tolerated by
the government. Is there to be publicity
and punishment for common crimes
of need, and secrecy and protection for
crimes of greed?
The metropolitan press of New York
will be watched with considerable in
terest for a time. Will they make
public the names of the criminals?
Here is a chance for William Randolph
Hearst to render a great service to the
country. Will he do it?
Prove to yourself, after your next :
meal, that your stomach is as good as!
any; that there is nothing really wrong. '
Stop this fermentation and begin eat
ing what you want without fear of dis
comfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is waiting for 1
you. It is merely a matter of how '
soon you take a little Diapepsin.
Tuesday Sheriff Quinton brought i
John Donohue in from N'.-hawka on a .
charge insanity, and at the hearing!
yesterday the insanity board fount! the !
unfortunate mar. to be insane. He is a I
resident of Iowa.
Just unpacked our
new Sun Bonnets. Chil
dren's Misses and
trimmed, 15c, 25c.
We have a full line of Carpet Warp for
those that want to make a rag carpet this spring.
We only sell the best grade, Plattsmouth Pil
lows, Nebraska Pillows. We will have on dis
play several of these pillows already worked
and finished. You will be surprised as we TA
have never seen anything as nice. Each 3UL
Drv Goocs And Groceries.
Old Papers For Sals at This Office
E. G. DOVE SON I
THE only one braver than the hero
who fears not ridicule, is he who fears
it, yet faces it in a good cause.
A man who wastes his time bragging
about his ancestors isn't going to give
his descendants much chance to brag
Fuk four months past there seemed
to be no one locally in the market for
'apace for advertising shoes for sale.
We felt confident that the people in this
section of the wide world were not I
going without shoes. We want our
readers to be informed in all lines. We
shall offer two splendid shoe uds Mon
day and call your attention to them.
The weakling lives in his memory of
yesterday, the sluggard in his hope of
tomorrow, but there is only one day in
the calendar of w isdom, and that is the
It is very early to start the ball
rolling, but there seems to be a sort of
buzzing heard while in the vicinity of
Surveyor E. E. Hilton. It is just pos
sible that he is looking forward with
covetous eyes on the office of register
of deeds. Now if he sets his pins right
and his chain is accurate, it may be
that if he can find the right corner
stone for starting he may land in the
olllce. In case he should-but never
mind we won't grieve over the loss of
a county surveyor until we hear from
Schneider's friends. Weeping Water
The way to build un a town is to
build it. Every fellow should do some
building. Nicely kept lawns and newlv
" painted houses add much to the attrac-
The other day at Onmha, Mrs. tiveness of a city. It gives things the
Lillian M. H. Stevens, national presi- j appearance of thrift, comfort and hap
dent of the W. C. T. U., announced ! pines. If every family in the lity of
that Nebraska is to be the next battle I'lattsmouth will clean up all of the
ground in the general campaign for j trash" which has accumulated about his
prohibition. MrsT Stevens said Onmha place, will smooth up the rough points
.was chosen as the convention city of j hording on his lot, and will spend a
th national organization for this your j half dozen evening adding to the ap
Drincioa'lv on the erouiui that cond -; iterances of his nronertv in lesa thnn
, . -ra
tions Is this state are regarded as ripe ; three months the value of real tytate ' as rapitlly a- possiltlo. (let in with the I
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Belding's Yard wide Guaranteed
SATIN l&M ALL COLORS
The News-Hkrai.d has tried in its!
humble way to boost for this city. It
shall continue to do so, but it is not run j
for that purpose only. It is a business 1
as much as any other Imsiness. It is I
being pushed and is grwing rapidly. I
It is conducted on a business basis, and
the business is extending. It is the
purpose of the present management to
We agree to replace without charge any BELDING-LINING-
not giving satisfactory wear.
Do you think we could afford to make this unqualified guarantee
unless we knew that the BKLDING QUALITY of satin would stand
any reasonable test? To meet the demands of this Spring's fashions,
Itelding's "Yard wide" Guaranteed Satin is made up of that indispen
sible soft "chiffon" finish and in all the fashionable shades.
Belding's "Yardwide" Guaranteed Satin, $1 per yard
While the weather is to chilly and uncomfortable to allow the stoves
to be taken down and allow the annual house cleaning to be done, you
should call in and look over our Carpets and Rugs, Linoleums and o'her
floor coverings which you are going to need. Select what you want and
hive the carpet made up or the rug laid aside for you until you need it.
for tho submission of a prohibition
amendment. The holding of the national
convention in the metropolis next
October is i itended ita the real openii g ! simple things it will n.it be long before
will have increased twenty per. cent.
A little paint will add another twenty
A poi.lTH" as'x promises may sell
percent. If each one will do these high ut the poll rxchange, while his
of tho can:aigM. und tho full force of
the W. C. T. U. will be centered in
this State in the fall of l'.'K'.
people will begin to talk about the
beauty of the city. It is worth thous
au(U of do hi s.
in ntlice will be below
Man never knows how hard life can
he until he has lj-:t a snap. j
i E. G. OOVEY a SON IN
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