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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1909)
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AS TO RING RULE I hat is a Democrat? Who can sn-i
to see the course tie a ver?' This hj more if a conundrum1
urier is takh.g cencernii g ! now thau e ver sine the tariff bill ,
the Republican County j his been before Congress. Every'
i Committee to induce good, strong men ! democratic ih.tform for the jastj
j to file as candidates for the various j half century has contained a plank coin-j
! county offices. The Courier has even j mitting the party to the removal i f all !
WE HAVE just received a shipment of
1-2 pint jelly glasses and invite your
inspection. Not the ordinary round bottom
affair that is good for nothing else, but may
be used as tumblers. The price per
I J. W. LARK
LARKIN & CO.
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taining to the earning of a livelihood should have Trained Brains. Men and women
with Trained Brains forge ahead. Untrained Brains stop stand still and when
past 4.S realize their unfitness and say: "If I had only Trained Brains."
8S5-WHAT WILL YOU DO?
You can not afford to wait when right at your door is a Business University
for Training Brains, with the guarantee of Nebraska City behind it. We Train
Brains If we could not, Nebraska City would not back us up.
We qualify yon as a
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MR. PAUL 4EBSEN MR. W. H. PITZER
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ofler; also our beautiful book that tells you HOW WE TKAIN DRAINS.
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Nebraska City, Neb.
CHAS. C. BRANT, PMtlDCNT
CLIFFORD LEJQH, CCNCTARY
To The Public
The prices of lumber, and building material
of all kinds is lower at the present time than it
will be in the future. Large buyers such as
the railroads and similar aorporations, have be
gun to buy in large quantities, the result is the
lumber market has passed the low place and
prices are beund to advance. If you are ex
pecting to build it will pay you to BUY NOW.
Get prices from
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The First National Bank
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
Gnor.cr. E. Dovey, President.
Frank K. Sciii.atkr, Vice Pres.
Horatio N. Doviiy, Cashier.
Cakl G. Fkickk, Ass't. Cashier.
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Old Papers .For Sale at This Officp
seen fit to copy nn article frem a demo
cratic paper outside of Cass county that
is seeking to discredit tlie worthy inter
est the Republican Committee of this
county has taken in getting Rood men
to run for ofliee. ,So far irs the News-
Hkkai.u is concerned we wuh to state
that no personal choice among the wen
that ire aspiring for the different
County ofli-es will be shown. We are
free to state, however, that we have
no sympathy with those who are en
deavoring to throw cold water upon
the laudable course of the Republican
Committee. So far as we know thsre
has been no attempt at rule or dicta
tion even in the slightest degree. The
Republican Committee of this county
duly selected according to law, and the
accredited representatives of the Re
publican party, has held three or four
meetings for the solo purpose of pre
vailing upon good, clean strong men to
become candidates for the different
offices of the county. If such meetings
for such a worthy object can be char
acterized as ring rule then we are frank
to state that we are for that kind of
ring rule. Cass county has a normal
Republican majority of from three to
four hundred. With this majority to
our credit wc are entitled to the elec
tion of every man on the Republican
ticket, providing of course good men
are nominated. The Republican Com
mittee in its action is representing the
best interest of every Republican as well
as every citizen of Cass county. They
have simply and solely made an effort
to draft good strong men to run for
office.so that no republican can find
even the semblance of an excuse to
vote against any man on his ticket.
The County Committee has been work
ing in the interest of good government
which in our opinion means Republi
canism, isvery citizwn or tas county
whether he be Republican, Democrat,
Populist, Prohibitionist, or Socialist is
surely in favor of having honest, effi
cient men represent them in office.
You eannet elect good men to office
under our form of government unless
they are first nominated by some party.
BoTfar aslfie RapubRf ah parti i'con
cerued, its Committee has had ihe
aourage and the patriotism to assist in
the nomination of a strong ticket. In
stead of cen-uring the Committee we
are of the opinion that every tRepubli
can in the county owes them a vote of
thanks for their worthy action in this
matter. The democratic committees
in both Douglas and Lancaster countfea
have adopted the same course in get
ting candidates to ile before the pri
SOMETHING FOR THE "KUNNEL"
The Plattsmouth Journal is howling
about the high pries of flour. Will ths
Journal be honest and fair with the
farmers of Cass county? If so, will
it answer these questions?
1. Are you in favor ot putting w heat
and flour on the free list?
2' Are you in fevoc of putting oats
and barley on the free list?
3. Are you in favor of putting cattle
on the free list?
4. Are you in favor of reducing the
market price of farm products?
Be fair ana honest with the farmers,
"Runnel" don't try to dodge the issue
The Dingley Tariff on w heat is 25
cents per bushel, on wheat flour is 25
per cent.on oats is 15 cents per bushse!
and on cattle value over $14 per head is
27 1-2 per cent. Speak out "Kunnel'
answer the above questions by yes or
The editor of the News-Herald i3
a personal friend of W. W. Windham
who was endorsed by the republican
commettee for county clerk. We would
hnve been glad to have given the yourg
man our heartiest support had he ('.led
for the place. Ho has a future before
him. We have never had any dealings
with fleorgc I.ushir.sky, who ii the
republican candidate for thi "Ve.
! Hut, we now learn from hU cw.vr!;cr.
who are bett acquainted with him t'u.t
a better man for the position ecu! ! r.i.
have been found. We, therefore, u i
gratulate Mr. !.usluY,s!;y's fellow v. j;k
inen, both democrats and republicans,
who were instrumental in presenting so
good and capable a man as a candidate,
and we predict a sweeping victory for
duties from raw materials, in patticu-j
lar, and for a tariff for revenue only os j
a general proposition. The Democrats j
in Congress have repudiated every tnr-1
iff principle for which the party has
stood in the past. A majority of the
democrats in both houses, if the press
dispatches are to relied upon, ' have
voted for a high protective tariff upon
lumber, hides, iron ore and most all
other raw materials. Nearly all the
increases mad in the Senate that have
been so objectional to the west received
the votes f a majority of Democratic
Senators. The democratic party can
no longer claim to be a low tariff party.
lheir reccrd on the tariff bill now pend
ing in Congress is proof that when it
comes to voting they are a high tariff
party no matter what they may insert
in their platform. The Democrats can
not escape their share of the responsi
bility for the many increases that were
made to the tariff bill in Congress.
Hotter Than Ever
No relief you sav? Oh yes there is. Just drop in and try one of
our delicious Soda Confections. Allow us to
hUirgett one of the following.
Chocolate Frappe i
i Celery Phosphate
5q Claret I hosphate
( Fruit Phosphate
) Violit Frappe
Rose Frappe t iJ Caramel frappe
Sundaes, any Flavor, 5o arl 1 0c.
Ice Cream Soda with Crushed Fruit, 5c and 10c.
Remember, a lie purchase is one vote in the diimior.d ring contest.
NEMETZ & CO.
Candvmakers. Next to P. O.
We would advise the Plattsmouth
Journal to keep its mouth shut about
T. Jefferson O'Day and his business
arrangements. His politics can be made
a subject of discussion when he enters
the political arena and when that
time comes will match our political con
sistency with that of the writer of
mangy news articles that have been
given liini in that sheet. Our record is
open for comparison with that of the
editor of the Journal and with one or
three Democratic patriots (?) in Platts
mouth, and placed in parallel column
will make good reading for Democrats
in the west end of the county. Editorial
decency would never have permitted
the mean, slanderous attacks that have
been made under the cover of "news
items" in the Journal on the editor tif
the Register who has treated it with
the consideration doe from one real
newspaper man to another. If the
Plattsmouth Journal had any desire to
print facts, the editor of the Register
has at all time been accessable and
would have gladly given them one arti
cle that was not furnished by Rumor,
whose long suit generally borders on
slander. Nebawka Register.
Are Best Reached by the
Pwsarintious and drugs, Weyrich &
Good Crops Aaaured.
Mrs. Wm. Hunter and her father,
John Back made a trip of inspection to
thir farm near Paaific Junction Satui
day. Crops in that vicinity are re
ported as having prospects for a keavy
yield though threatened somewhat by
the high waters of the Missouri river a
short time ago. Several farmers along
the Missouri bottoms had some fields
of grain damaged but the lopses were
light as compared with those of pre
Everything new but the men, Wy
rich & H&drajba.
Advertised Latter List.
Remaining uncalled for in Khe post
office at Plattsmouth, Neb., July 12,
Hisses Iva Swindell, Bernice Watts,
and Mrs. Henrietta Twias. Andaraon,
M. Wettar; Gallispy, Ed.; Irwin, D,
Wm.; and Macklin, T.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter office JuIy2G, 1909, if not
delivered before. In calling fr the
above please say "advertised" giving
date of list. C. H. Smith, P. M
Gas engine cylinder oil, Weyrich &
Big Meat Order.
Kunsmann & Ramge received a large
shipment of dressed beef Saturday
from South Omaha. There were 22
quarters in the lot and is one of the
largest shipments received in the city
for some time.
This firm usually kills its own beeve
but on account of the torrid weathe
and scarcity of suitable animals it was
ne.-essary to fill out the r.tock with pu;
el. i-es from the packing house.
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Reached Through Scenic
Special Low Rates
Hugh Norton, Agent.
rillalM Hi 4 an.l Hold irt,.lliA
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And be Happy
Rexall Fountain Pen
14-K Gold Point
Guaranteed to give satis
faction or incney refunded.
F. G. Frickc & CO.,
Kxpert Till Mixers.
Huston's Fountain Pen,
$3.50 to $G.OO.
By This Sign
Ye Shall Know Them
Yes, even dog soap, Weyrich & llad
Ihe upper front of the remodeled
..iter .''. Thierolf huiWi-g in
v. hii li
: atcd to a new coat of pail
-. ,!:e a decided improvement ar.d fidils
v1, t'j tl c hnmbotiii'
north , i !e of Main
. ak. M. M. Heal h
street in th '.t
loirg th" work
:rul when finished he stales the fiont
will Im colored a light cream to
correspond with the other fronts ad
jacent. Toilet soap, Weyrich & Hadraba.
All progressive threshermen
know what this sign stands
for. It stands for the best
there is in threshing machin
ery. CASE threshing machin
ery has stood the test of years,
it is the result of the best scien
tific skill obtainable. No im
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machine but what has been
thoroughly tried at the factory.
We do not experiment at the
expense of our customers,
hencethe testing at the factory.
The CASE steel separators are
weather - proof, water - proof
fire-proof. They are money
makers. A 54-inch Steel Sep
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would cost about $2,000. See
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