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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
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Hntered at the poatoffice at Plattamouth, Cas County, Nebraska,
as accond claaa mail matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CASS COUNTY
TUB NEWS-HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publiahera
P. A. BARROWS
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Plattamouth Telephone No. 85.
Nebraska Telephone No. 85
DECEMBER 18, 1800
gone Imck on his mrty, and lie knew
hat they thought of thut. "I'll
iavu to fix it up some way," snitl
to himw lf aloud; " Perhaps it isn't
too late, by gosh, to join the Htand
pat crowd. He flew right oil to Cau-
non with a tale that Mounded well;
nit Old Joseph looked him in the eye,
and aaid "You go to Oskaloosa."
Two printing offices in Peoria,
Illinois were destroyed by lire Tues
day night with a loan of 1200,000.
That is more of a Ions than most of
(lie quill pushers could stand.
Worcester. Maas., which ha been
dry for two years went wet lat Tues
day at its city election, but Salem,
which had been wet, went dry. All
the rest of the cities which held elec
tions remain the same in the Old Bay
The Lincoln street railway company
gt good this week and paid into the
Lincoln City treasury its back taxes
amounting fo j over $5,000.00
Isn't it about time for the Plattamouth
atreet railway to do likewise It
would help a whole lot.
It seems that the kicks which were
put up by the country press against
the datesset this year for t he National
Corn Show have been prolific of n
aults, as it is understood that Omaha
will not make an effort to have the
khow there next year.
President Taft still insists that the
watchword ofHie prsent administra
tion shall be economy. Hy that he
does not mean that there will be a
atingy administration of affairs, but
that no more money will be spent to
run the government than what is
The editor of the Albion Argus
thinks we are joking when we say that
a man who cannot see where the repub
lican party has done any good for
the country has got it so bad there
ia no salvation for him. No, my friend,
it is no joke. Don't you remember
how we both used to pull fifteen-cent
corn over the hilla from Plum creek
to Albion during that democratic
administration which always makes
the cold shivers run up a man's spina!
column every time he thinks of it,
That was no joke, J. 1)., neither is this
The editor of the Nebraska City
Press is happy. For years, we don't
koow how many, he has been bitterly
opposed jtoj bologna J sausage. He
naver ate any, but only used them to
hunt rabbits with and set prairie
chickens, but the other day he was
prevailed upon to eat a hunk of bologna
made in Nebraska City, and now the
bologna factory is compelled to work
overtime to satisfy his longings
hile every dog in town that used to
look up into his face and wag his little
old tail when he met him, now sticks
his aforesaid tail between his legs
and hilkes for the tall timber every
time he sees the editor eoniiug down
In all probability the ownership of
the Pueblo baseball club in the western
leaeue will revert to Jack Holland
present owner of the Wichita clul
who will transfer the Pueblo franchise
to St. Joseph. It is reported that h(
.ill ..!! tiw interest in the Wichita
club to his partner Ishcll.
If ever the time comes when a man
will wish he had never been born it
will he when air ships get to he as
plenty as automobiles and just as un
certain. When a fellow strikes out
in the morning to earn his daily brent
by the sweat of his brow, he won t
know how soon some air ship above
The supreme court has found one
law at least which the last legislature
passed which will stand the test.
This is the occupation corporation
tax which provides for a gradual raise
iu the taxes of all corporations doing
business in Nebraska, unless other
him is going to bust a cog and conn
down on top of him. Then again it
will be noeessarv to build houses with
boiler iron roofs a foot thick or mon
in order to keep one of the critters
from falling in on him and disturbing
his slumbers. If the time comes win
thev become as universal as autos
then it will be time to go back to dug'
outs and cyclone cellars.
SOME MORE FACTS.
In order that the people who ves-
tiou the veracity of the editor of this
paper regarding the success of Lincoln
being dry may make up their minds
that we know what we are talking
about, we publish the following inter
view with a member of the firm of
larpham Bros., wholesale harness
We employ fifty-eight men
in the factory just the same as
we did last year. Of these four
teen drank to excess and fourteen
others were regulur drinkers.
Very often some of our men were
arrested for carousing and often
the hard drinkers were unable to
put in full time or were incapac
itated for heavy work. Their
money was used up and their
families were often in distress.
Now the same men are first class
workmen. Only one of the whole
number has been off on sprees
since the saloons closed. The
others are regular in their work
and we never smell liquor on them.
They have quit the practice of
coming to the office for small ad
vances during the week. Several
of them are buying homes for the
first time in their lives. Some of
them were bitter when the town
voted dry. The same ones fre
quently told us since that they are
glad the saloon has gone.
We are in a position to furnish
plenty more such evidence.a great deal
of it coming from men who predicted
before the dry spell that it would not
be a success. Do you want it?
The Journal was asked to print
a long eulogy of Senator Burkett,
taken from the Blair Pilot. No
room could be found for it at this
time for the reason that the arti
cle suggests that Burkett is an
"insurgent." If this is true then
th? editor of this paper can have
no use for Senator Burkett nor
any other off colored politician.
We take our politics straight.
We will either support a republi
can or a democrat. Mavericks
and mugwumps are not to our
liking. Fdl ditij Journal.
CJood for the Journal! However,
we can hardly agree with the editor
on thelpoint which he makes that
Senator Burkett is an "insurgent."
As we look upon Senator Burkett,
he is a "progressive" but not an "in
surgent." Our idea of the matter is
that a man can be a "progressive'
and still be a "regular." But be can
not be an "insurgent" and also a
regular. A man can be a progres
sive" and use his brains in a way
which will bring results, but when he
gets so "progressive" that he hasn't
sense enough to distinguish between
republican "do something" and dem
ocratic "do nothing," then he becomes
an "insurgent." When he thinks
that the only help that can come to
the country must be had by a coalition
with the democratic minority in con
gress, then he leaves the ranks of the
"progressives" and steps over the
line into the ranks of the "insurgents."
A "progressive" is a progressive as
the word signifies. An "insurgent"
is an insurgent just the same way.
We feel a great deal like the Journal
does as between an "insurgent" and
a democrat, we would support a dem
ocrat, but we would have to be awful
drunk to do either one.
AT THE CORN SHOW
Girl Gladdens Home.
Like a ray of sunshine which make
nature rejoice, a wee bit of a pice,'
Excursion Irom Gregory BrinBi.of Imnmnity h. the hape of tl,eawH-.-
VWtors to Omaha. ' k'' thl
stork left at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
. Charles Boetel Sunday uight, and now
Today is the day that the excursion the day is one of gladsome song for
of the city of Gregory, S. D., is to the proud father who goes about hi
arrive in Omaha and when the city i work with a smile which iu sume way
will be turned over to the citizens ' interfered with his whistling merry
of the sister state. The train will j tunes, as he cannot get his mouth to
arrive in Omaha near the noon honr
and the people from the progressive
state to our north' will view the corn
show and see the great and hustling
city of Omaha. John M. Vandron
and wife and Mrs. Robert Troop
i departed for Omaha this morning
and will meet friends from Gregory
anil will spend the day there. Mrs.
Troop for a number of years lived at
that point, and is well acquainted
with many of the citizens, as also is
Rev. J. W. Swan, who for a uumberj
of years was minister of the M. K.
church at this place, came in last
evening on a late train and is looking
after some of the boys which he has
herefotore found homes for in this
neighborhood. Rev. Swan is doing a
good work for the young of the land
who have no parents or no homes, I
Your supply Bhor.ld be bought
now and there is no place in
town where you cau buy them
to better advantage than at
F. S. White's
A beautiful stock of Dry Goods
at prices known to be right is
here for your inspection.
CALL AND SEE US
Will) IUl I1U JiHi'lli-i (ji ii "u" ' ' T A,
in provistiiK homes for them in Kootiil Has taken charge of the Wil- f
! t a i I... I...... ...I. 4 i? Tv.t . ti : j l o i T
families, where they can be brought j f
up under Christian influences. His?
liam Puis Blacksmith Shop
4 1-2 miles west of Murray,
work is one which is commendable
and should be encouraged and hepled
and helped by everyone who professes
to be a Christian, and is a work which
is decidedly Christian in its charac
ter. Let everyone help the work
OH to California.
Is Looking for Pointers.
Luke L. Wilesthe fine stock raiser,
who had such a nice herd of red polled
cattle just southest of the city, was
a passenger to Omaha th-Ss morning i,s, if. K. Dunbar departed last
where he is visiying the National ,.vt.nimz for Ashland, after having vis-
Corn Exposition, with the view of jted with her son in this city for a short
getting some pointers which will fur- time. She was accompanied by her
ther the proper pushing ahead of the I daughter, Mrs. II. A. Wiggenhorn,
cattle raising business. i w10 His0 i,.,s been visiting at the Hotel ,
Rilev since last Monday. Mrs. Duii-
frAII l-lnili n( 1 .. . ir..ru..ci..i
ing and all kiuds of Black-
smithing. Satisfaction guar-
Call on Him. I
Will Visit at Memphis. i bar will visit with her daughter for a
i, m i- I i ii i 1 few davs and depart next Thursday;
Mrs. Roy Mayfield, who has been j ' . . ., ' . , . ,
. ... ;, ; t . .i !for Oak and, ( a if., where she Willi
visiting in the city for some tune, the , . .' , . . .. , ,
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. f"1 "mU hi' 1,01", h
II. H. Kuhney, left yesterday after-1 ,lil,1ht,'r- MmJ- "K'r-
noon for her home in Memphis, thisj j
state, and was accompanied by her! Miss Vernie Ilatt departed last
sister, Miss Hazel Kuhney, who will i evening for Friend, this state, where j
visit for a time with her sister and her j she will visit for some time with herj
husband. I friend, Miss Pandaus. '
Be Your Own Judge.
See cur stock of Xmas and
other seasonable merchandise he
1 know you will be convinced
that I have the best selection of
dolls, toys and china ware in the
There is being held in Kansas City
this week a meeting of representa
tives of lodges of the A. O. I'. W. in
Nebraska and Kansas. Missouri,
Arizona and New Mexico for the pur
pose of forming a new supreme loditc
which is to lie purely fraternal in its
relations. Massachusetts and Colo
rado are al-o anioi- to net into the
The poMcl ban'uiim bill in whirl.
Senator litirkttt is intnvsted. ha
gooil !'n-;. (M - ii' ,asM'"j, t'le -etiate,
Senator AUi'i''1! as-unnn Mr. mi
that he . uM not apie it.
sdmws thai Senator !:h a
standing in t 1 -eii::!e wle. re he can
Another bank has gone busted in
Oklahoma, ami under such suspicious
circumstances that petitions are being
signed over the state asking that a
grand jury be culled to investigate the
much talked of failure of the Columbia
bank some time ago over which there
has been so much controversy. The
Fanners National Bank of Tusla
which closed iis doors ioi. week n
the second bank which lias none down
under the new law. As a roiili of it;
l.tinirc, Hie Mate I'.ank ol ln It r.
tii'i l.tu-n .c hi- i
Tin re will douhlhw;
I Si 111 ir (ll'WUit.llil Ills lVMtt' Wii n on 1 1
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B. A. McElwain
We are ready for the Holidays and invite you
to inspect our showing of
What will I buy? Where will I get it? This is the iicstion which almost everyone will ask themselves when t lie Holiday Season ar
rives. Hut it is a question easily solved if you will come to us. The advantage you have here is in the variety of styles and
every piece of goods soid is absolutely guaranteed to be as represent ed. I would appreciate a share of your trade.
Flower Holders, Tiles anil
A fine selection of Vases
Fanev Art Pieces.
y,i) to the powers thai he tt I a
things w hi' !i lie v ..Hi.- v 'I vi i
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Cigai" Cases, Hill Hooks
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY.
I.or! , 1 harms. CulT Hutlons, I'.rooches, Pins, I. a
Val'l res. Chains, liraeelets.
HOLIDAY CUT GLASS.
I'ow Is, ( 'ompo: ts. ',ises, Hashils, Nappie-, Ferneries,
ila-ses, Flower Pot ', 7.".e to sl.in.
RINGS FOR YOUNG AND OLD.
!!ii"s iii..-t Kings. p,;jby Kings, Shit t waist 'in;s,
'.l, 1 ie;ia'd Kin-is. olle t j.lM.
;: .".-id Se,' iee. Mailt ! 'loeks, ( lo,. ... s.
Pai isii'M Si vie Prilliant Combs, Plain and
Mmiir ei. Ci.iu'is.
STERLING SILVER GIFTS.
, Baskets, Clips, Ciuar and Cigarette llox
I Toib t Sets, ' S.nn t-i slii.(H).
Teaspoons, iVoni s:i.,"il) to s'l.HO
nil Toe to SJ.,'iU cat h.
Men's I'mhrt I
I.adii s' Ciiiiirelias,
all kind- and ! i iees.
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II 11 Hell ieeled Mol, it I;
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NECK CHAIN!, AND LOCKETS.
Fv rv Conceivable Stle and 1'i ii-. K-pt-.-.s
Mosaic Frame-, i'amv iobl I ram's, ,
HAND PAIN fZD CHINA.
A !: lid roll . i I ion o Hu ll ( l,ii-n 1 I
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:raml roii ,
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS.
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"Oii THE SUNNY SICE OF WIAJN STREET." PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA.
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