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Nebraska S'afe Hlat g0
"SEE PLATTSMOUTH SUCCEED"
TWICE A WEEK
JCltWS. FstiibHhd Not. 5. 1R91
tttALD, EaUbliahed April 16. 18M
Coniolidated Jan. 1. 1896
PLATTSMOUTH, NElUtASKA, T11UKS0AY JANUAKY 20, HK!r
VOL. XLVI NO. 71)
Weeping Water Coasters
Come to Grief While
DONE TO RIDERS.
Several Quite Seriously Kurt and
Owner of Rig Badly Injured.
WEEPING WATER, Neb., Last
night a part' of coasters on Gospel
hill came to grief by running a big
traveler into a horse and buggy. The
Harold Barnes, who was steering,
rendered unconscious, long deep cut
across the forehead.
Miss Lizzie Reed, telephone operator
broken nose.cut above eye and deep cut
Ossie Robbins, broken nose, cut
under left eye.
Helen Wallick, head hurt and front
tooth knocked out.
Ethel Fitzparrick, cut on face.
Charles McKay who was driving
the horse, was thrown ctit and his
back was injured.
Tours the West End.
Miss Mary Foster will begin a tour
of the county today, inspecting the
public schools. She will begin at
South Bend and call on the schools in
the west end of the county bringing up
at Weeping Water, Thursday evening.
Miss Foster will conduct examinations
in Weeping Water Friday and Satur
day. She will be absent from her office
Saturday, but some competent person
will be in charge.
Sec Plattsmouth Succeed
Will save you money
if you come soon.
, These extraordinary
bargains are being
picked up fast.
$5, $7, $9, $11
$7, $9, $12, $15
' Odd Pants
Boys' Knee Pants
Tne Home of Satisfaction.
See Plattemouth Succeed i
SEE PLATTSMOUTH SUCCEED"
IS NEW;. SLOGAN SELECTED
Chosen By the
STUDENT OF THE PLATTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
Though Sick In Bed,
After a contest lasting a little
over a week, the Plattsmouth commer
cial Club Board of Directors met last
night to open the letters sent in con
taining the selections made in the
contest for a slogan to be used by the
club in its campaign for business the
The method used to make the
selection was as follows: President
Falter opened the letters and read
the selections, each member of the
board writing down the suggestion as
it was read. No one but the pre
sident knew the names of the contest
ants and he did not vote. After the
suggestions had all been read, and
there were 146 of them, the committee
THE WAYS OF
THE COLD WORLD.
Some People Appreciate
Favor Done Them.
One little woman and four strong
men down on their hands and feet
scrambling on the ground.
They were scrambling for a $10 bill
it developed. The little woman got it.
The little woman was the Voountecr
of America officer who keeps her
vigil at, the northwest corner of fif
teenth and Farnam stmt J.'
Two elegantly dressed woman had
passed . that cornor. She observed
that one dropped a bill on the street
unconsciously. She ran to pick it up.
Meantime four men passed and they
spied the money; they had not seen
the woman drop it. With one move
they and the Volunteer woman made
a dive for the money. When the little
woman emerged from the group with
the money in her hand she ran and
overtook the two elegantly-dressed
women. Tapping one on the arm,she
handed her the bill, saying
"I saw you drop it."
"Give it here," snapped the fashion
ably dressed woman,but that was all
The little woman of the Voounteers
returned to her post.
"Gee, the most that woman could
have done was to say 'thank you,'
remarked a man who had witnessed
"If she'd been one of the boys she'd
given the little woman a good sized tip"
J. E. Dickson Here.
Mr. J. E. Dickson a former Nebras
kan, but now of Collins la., arrived
this morning and will be the guest of
the F. M. Riehcy home for a short
time. Mr. Dickson honiesteaded a
hundred miles west of Lincoln in the
early seventies. The grasshoppers
threw quite an obstical in Mr. DicksoiiB
way and ho relinquished his claim.
The land is now worth $100.00 per
acre. Mr. Dickson is a brother of
M. A. Dickson formerly of Elmwood,
also of the late Frank Dickson,deccuscd
After a Spirited Contest.
THE LUCKY WINNER OF TEN
Connie Schlater Manufactures the Slogan That Is Going
to do Things for Plattsmouth In 1910.
then proceeded to go over the list and
selected the one which they thought
was the best. They took three hours
for the work and after much voting
and a great deal of discussion the
following was selected :
"See Plattsmouth Succeed"
After the selection had been made
the President then announced the
name of Connie Schlater as the winner
of the prize, which is ten dollars in
It gives us considerable satisfactoin
to know that a member of the Platts
mouth high school has been the winner
of the prize in a contest where one
hundred and forty six suggestions
were made. Connie Schlater is a lad
Before Insanity Board.
The insanity commissioners were
engaged in the hearing of a complaint
against a young man by the name of
Kiscr, residing near .Murray this
afternoon The young man was on the
stand for a time but gave no indication
of anything wrong with his mental
Jacob Lhones who is treasurer of
the school board was sworn and stated
that he was afraid to send his children
to school because the young man was
reported to carry a gun. He was
at school last week, and the
teacher was afraid to keep the school
open this week on account of his
actions. The accused is about twenty
one years of age, he has been making
purchases of poultry and horses in the
neighborhood, but never returncs to
receive the stock or pay the money.
It was reported that he had threatened
the teacher Miss Marie Bookmeyer,
and that others were afraid to have
their children meet the Recused on
the highway to and from school.
Later: After hearing the evidence
of several witnesses among whom
were the parents of the un.
fortunate young man, the
order was made that he should bo
restrained at the asylum at Lincoln.
It was developed in the testimony
that young Riser, after a turn of
sickness had threatened his own life,
and had committed many irrational
In Supreme Court.
W. C. Ramsey was called to Lincoln
last evening to assist the Attorney
General in the trail of the State vs
Osenkop before the Supreme court
today. Osenkop is the man who
murdered Charles Byrnes at Eagle a
year ago last August, and was convict
ed of manslaughter by a jury in the
district court here, and by Judge Travis
sentenced to serve ten years at hard
labor at the penitentiary.
It is to be hoped that no error
will be found in the proceedings as the
trail developed that defendant deserved
the punishment assigned him. Mathcw
Gering will represent the defendant
l)cfore the Bupreme court.
Commercial Club Last Might
about seventeen years of ago and is
a nephew of Frank Schlater the county
treasurer. He has been sick in bed for
a few days, but not considered serious.
It should be the aim of every citizen
of Plattsmouth to push Plattsmouth
the coming year as she was never
pushed before. Use "See Plattsmouth
Succeed" whenever you have the
opportunity. UseMt on your letter
heads. Use it on your bill heads.
Use it everwherc.
The order for the slogan buttons
were sent in this morning and it is
expected that they will be received
within a few days. They will be
placed in the hands of different people
to sell. The price charged will be
TO BE DISCUSSED.
Dr. Todd of Omaha Will Tell About
the Good Points of his Enter
prise. On tomorrow evening will occur
another meeting of the Plattsmouth
Commercial clud when Dr. Todd
of Omaha will address the member
ship and siscuss tho project of estab
lishing his plant for the manufacture
of neck yokes in this city.
It is understood that the b doctor
has invented a neckyoke which will
revolutionize the business along that
line and that should the plant be
established here it will employ a
large number of men. He will take
the matter up with the club and let
them into the inside of the deal.
The executive committee of the
club will also make their report upon
the selection of a slogun. Other
arrangements will be made for the
big public meeting of the club for the
27th of this month and every member
of the club should have no other
business but commercial club business
on that evening.
Christian Church Meeting.
On Wednesday evening this week
the members of the Christian church
will hold their annual rally and re
ception to the newly elected elders
and deacons. The program will in
clude special music and a select rend
ing. The music will be a duet by
Mrs. Morgan and Mr. B. A. Mc
Elwain and the readitig will be by
Mrs. William Baird. Reports from
various departments of the church
will.be called for. There will be a roll
cnll of all the members of the church
and each member has been requested
to bring a thank offering of not less
than one dollar if possible or more
according to the ability.
A strenuous years work is before
the church according to pastor Moore's
plans and now is the time for action.
Every member in line working for
and supporting the church is the call
fot this year.
twenty five cents which will go toward
the expense of the big meeting on the
27th of , the month. The possession
of one of tljcsc buttons will admit you
to that meeting. Every man, woman
and child in Plattsmouth who wants
to see Plattsmouth succeed should
make it a point to get possession of
one of the buttons.
When a member of the committee
calls on you for the purpose of selling
you a button, don't wait for them to
make the proposition, but reach down
into your pocket and fish up enougli
for two. Send the other to a former
Plattsmouth friend who will I
glad to wear it and get into the
"Sec Plattsmouth Succeed."
Goes to Bellevue.
C. O. Larsen went to Bellevue this
afternoon to continue his studies in
the college. Mr. Larsen says that'it
will be determined next Friday what
the college will do relative to main
taining its connection with the church
It is talked that it may continue under
private ownership, if so its friends will
at once begin to canvass for an en
Need a Suit or Overcoat?
If you do, you owe it . to yourself to
come to this store and invest before Sat
urday night. Saturday night closes our
ten day special suit and overcoat sale,
and we want you to "get in on this clean
Lots of good thinking men have invested,
everyone of them tickled to death with
the value we gave thera.
Suits and overcoats up to $15 (fcl A
sale price plU
Hart SchafTner & Marx Suits and Overcoats up d1 4
to $21 sale price ylnr
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats up (ti Q
to $30 sale price plO
We'll be glad to show you if you care to
buy or not.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats
Falter & Thierolf
Value Giving Clothiers.
Telephone Poles Become
Mixed Up With Nearly
SCATTERED ALONG TRACK
Switches Broken and Other
Damage Done Though not of
No 77 freight which is due through
Plattsmouth about 1 A.M. went
through this morning rather late.
A car load of telephone poles, on tho
train, was dumped out in the yards by
somo hook or crook. The poles were
scattered from tho new sewer to tho
switch shanty north of the station.
The ties in the false work over the
sewer "were cut into, and tho two
switches wcro broken off and the
ground much indicated that the load
of poles had been off the track for
some rods, but jumped back on again
at the frog south of tho station.
The greater part of tho load was
left just south of the subway, some of
the poles falling into it and completely
blocking it for a time.
It is supposed tho wires which hold
tho standards together were not
securely fastened and had come loose,
allowing the ends of some of the poles
to drop down, this threw the car off
tho track and jolting along over the
rough ties, threw the entire load out.
The principal damage was the
breaking of the switches, which the
company will soon have in repair.
Accepts Good Position.
Dr. A. P. Barnes, who has been
in the restaurant business in the
Wctencamp block for sometime, has
accepted a good pos'tion with tho
Council Bluffs Remedy Company, and
will close out his business here and go
on the road. Dr. Barnes has had the "
matter under consideration for a year
or more, but would not make the
deal with the company until he was
sure the remedies would elfect the
cures they were intended for.
The remedies are for stock, and the
Dr. will bo privileged to travel either
with single or double rig, or by train
as he sees fit. He has for his territory,
Cass and Otoe counties, two of the
the best live stock counties in the state.
His hotel fixtures will bo stored for
the present until otherwise disposed of.
C. P.Jeffordi Here.
C. P. Jeffords, of Broken Bow, who
has been the guest cf his friend Will
Robertson for a few days returned
to his home this afternoon. Mr.
Jeffords and Mr. Robertson were
members of , the Acacia Frat at the
University. . ,
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