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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1901)
"We Should Try to Succeed by Merit, Not Favor."-Familiar Maxim.
Merit is the - Only
A NY mlvprtwiiig not founded
t forth any c laims in cold
business, and in reaching out for
alive to its requirements. Your
No delay, no doubt, no luck in quality or value. Wo are a depend
able source to all who wish to secure the best that is going at the
best prices. When to buy is controlled by inclination; where to buy
is a puzzling problem. The best
is undoubtedly with us, as we carry the largest stock of
Dry Goods, Shoes,
Etc., to be found in any store in eastern Nebraska, outside of Omaha
or Lincoln. This store has prepared to offer something more power
ful than mere assortment it has
lection. For months the work of
on to land on our counters the
in the world of retailing.
Mnnsing's Celebrated Underwear
505-507 Alain St.
Mrs. Ella B. Towle, of Omaha, dis
trict superintendent of the Nebraska
Children's Home society, pave an ad
dress at the Presbyterian church last
Sunday morning on the work of that
organization. She stated that the
children taken from the Collins and
Fender families of this city had been
placed In good homes, where they are
treated as well as other members of
A CONTINUOUS LAUGH
The Sterling Comedian
Mr. Harry Beresford
Ably Assisted by J. J. Coleman's
Elegant Company of Players
In the Hit of Farce Comedies
By George Broadhurst
Author of "Why Smith Left Home"
Full ol Uproarious Laughter
Of the Most Charming Kind Without
a Tinge of Vulgarity.
.Seats on Sale Monday, Oct. -1st
on merit is valueless. When we
typo, it in because we seek you
your business, wo make ourselves
needs aro sure of being met here
assortment usually decides it; this
linked economy with its vast col
Price Pressure Buying has gone
most remarkable values to be fount
this Vicinity for
and Radcliffe's Shoes for Ladies
Dr. W. B. Elster, Dentist, Water
For bibles and prayer books call at
A. C. Helps'.
Always have your prescriptions filled
at Gering & Co's.
A full line of everything in linings
at Wurl & Coffey's.
There is nothing like it. Continen
tal whiskey, at Ed Donat's.
Wait for the cloak sale on Xovem
ber loth at Wurl & Coffey's.
The line of candies Gering & Co,
sell have no equal. Try them.
Come to Wurl & Coffey for your
underwear, hosiery and tlankets.
Call at A. C. Helps' and see his ele
gant line of imported chinaware.
Candies fresh every day at Nemetz
& Foral's, next door to post office.
All first-class dealers sell the Exqui
si to 5c cigar. II. Spies, manufacturer,
Chas. L. Graves, publisher of the
Union Ledger, was in the city on Mon
Don't forget that Helps is head
quarters for blank books and sta
For a fine line of confectionery see
Nemetz & Foral, next door to the
Gering & Co. keep everything in the
photographic line. Call and get a cat
Major D. II. Wheeler was in town
on Wednesday and Thursday transact
If you haven't tasted the Continen
tal whiskey at Ed Donat's, you dont
know what is good.
Shoulder braces, just what you want
for those stooping boys and girls. Ger
ing & Co. keep them.
Something new. Nemetz & Foral's
candy store. All goods home made
Next door to the post office.
The nicest outing flannels in the
city, only 10c a yard at Zuckweiler &
Lutz's, Sixth and Pearl streets.
Call and taste the twenty-one years
whiskey, Continental, at Ed Do-
nat's. There are no comparisons.
We carry a complete line of men's
overalls, jackets, work shirts, sox, sus
penders and underwear. W'url & Cof
If you are looking for a bargain call
at Zuckweiler & Lutz's and see their
French flannels for 50c a yard, regular
The board of county commissioners
closed a three days' session yesterday
afternoon, and adjourned until Tues
day, November 5th.
Iludecek & McElroy, the tailors, are
now nicely located in rooms over Rob
ert Sherwood's store, where they have
new and comfortable quarters.
When you want to enjoy a good
smoke call for the Exquisito 5c cigar.
None better. Home made, union
made. All dealers sell them.
E. W. Walters, of Jewell Junction,
Iowa, has been in the citj during the
past week, visiting at the home of his
brother-in-law, D. C. Cresser.
Col. C. W. Sherman has been out in
the country for several days this week
where he was engaged in husking corn
on the farm of Charles Warner.
The steam merry-go-round, which
has been In operation on the lot in
the rear of Wescott's store, has U en
taken down and stored for the winter.
The holidays are coming. They will
be here lie fore we know it. Our stock
is all bought and is larger than ever.
Lehnhoff's book store Santa Claus'
A. J. Graves, as guardian for the
minor heirs of Albert Dawson, has
asked the district court for permission
to sell certain real estate belonging to
Country school districts can do well
by figuring with us on school books and
all school supplies, as we are head
quarters for these goods. Lehnhoff's
Frank E. (5 rcen arrived in the city
last Frjday morning, and will make
his home here again. lie has given
up his position with the Union l'acilic
William Schmidtmann lias a com
plete and extensive line of horse
blankets, fur and plush lap robes -the
largest line in Cass county and at rea
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, national
president of the woman's suffrage as
sociation, is booked for a speech at
riattsmouth on Saturday evening,
Cold weather will soon be here, so
don't fail to get some of thecelebrated
sal brand underwear for ladies and
children. Sold only by Zuckweiler &
Lutz, Sixth and Fearl streets.
II. M. Plumer, of Keene, New
Hampshire, president of the Platts
mouth Water Company, is in the city
on his annual tour of inspection of
the company's property here.
1'iease remeniDer mat when you
want to enjoy a really first class smoke
you should call for the Acorn five cent
cigars. For sale by all first-class
dealers. ' Ptak & Bajeck, manufactu
rers, corner of Main and Fifth streets,
The "standing room only" sign was
hung out at the Parmele theater last
Saturday night, when ."Shore Acres"
was presented. The entire house was
sold out, notwithstanding several
other attractions on that evening,
Plattsmouth is getting to be a good
show town again.
Mrs. II. N. Shuman, of Omaha, was
in the city on Wednesday, arranging
for the woman's suffrage meeting here
on November 9th, which will be ad
dressed by Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt.
Mrs. Clara A. Young, of Broken Bow,
and Mrs. Laura A. Gregg, of Omaha,
will also be here on that occasion.
C. D. Long, vice president of the
water power and canal company, has
written an article ' concerning that
project which was published in Mon
day evening's News, and which con
tains some wholesome truths. The
people of Plattsmouth are for the
most part too pessimistic for their
own and the city's advancement, and
Mr. Long has sized up the situation
correctly. The Journal endorses every
word of his article, which is right to
"The Wrong Mr. Wright," which
will be produced at the Parmele the
ater on next Tuesday evening, is not
one of those double-action Chinese
puzzles which bewilder the audience
with intricate complications. The
plot has the merit of being easily fol
lowed, and the incidents arise natur
ally out of the story. The fun centers
around "Seymour Sites," played by
Harry Beresford, and as he is always
in evidence in the numerous compli
tions that ensue, it is needless to say
the audience are kept in gusts of
Thrift Among Tlica Increases Coder
Civil Service Bales.
One of the most satisfactory results
of the establishment of the civil serv
ice law aad regulations here, according
to an old officer of the government,
has been the increasing unpopularity
of the borrowing habit among clerks,
writes the Washington correspondent
of the New York Times. The uncer
tainty- of tenure of office under the
spoils system tended to carelessness
in the use of money, and carelessness
brought on the necessity for anticipat
ing pay by borrowing, sometimes from
persons of small capital who demand
ed extortionate interest for their
loans. Since efficiency has come to
be the condition of retention in office
and not political influence, thrift has
increased, and hundreds of clerks who
were once in the habit of borrowing
from month to month are now saving
money to pay for homes purchased on
the instalment plan, and in such in
stalments that many years are given
in which to clear off the incumbrance
acquired with the property. The de
partment money lender as he used to
be has almost disappeared, and it is
asserted that there are no longer ex
members of congress here who derive
more money as interest than they ob
tained in a year as members of the
house. This class of lender was the
most dreaded and respected, for when
he operated be learned to exercise his
political influence in a cruel and wan
ton manner in case hla exorbitant
Interest was not paid on time.
VmotIu' Deader Breath.
The "pine tree" of Scoria, which ha3
continually erupted from the Vesuvius
crater, is seriously damaging the har
vest in the adjoining districts, writes
Rome correspondent. The weather
has been remarkably windy and rainy
and the "pine tree." lashed by the ele
ment, has spread an Immense quan
tity of powerful acids on the fields
and vineyards of the mountain slopes
and the neighboring plains, burning
or otherwise, damaging the growing
The Plattsmouth Journal
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Three month V.
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Enteral 11 1 tlie imstolTh-! I'latUuioiiih. Ne
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1901.
For .lutlKf of the Supreme Court
Tor Kojr'iUs of the State I'nln rlty
.1. 11. i:avst. r. iiAWXitY
Fur Float Representative to fill vacancy
THOMAS E. l'AKMELE
JAMES If. HEKOLI)
FKANK E. SCHLATKK
l or Sheriff
JOHN I- McRKIDE
For KeKlster of Heeds
. For Superintendent of Schools
W. C. SMITH
I)K. M. L.. THOMAS
For Commissioner Third District
MILTON W. MOORE
Ouite a numl
dance at Myn
of last week.
Miss Ida Boedeker left last week for
Missouri, where she will visit for a
few weeks with relatives,
Will Kloepping left on Tuesday for
a trip to Minnesota, where he will
visit with his brother and sisters,
Louie J'uls and Alfred Gansemeier
have bought Will and George Wenke's
corn sheller, and are now shelling corn
in this neighborhood.
John McBride, the democratic nom
inee for sheriff will recei ve many votes
in this neighborhood. A number of
republicans in this section have de
clared that McBride is their choice
for the office, and he will undoubtedly
receive a majority of the votes in this
A dance wasgiven in Phillip Ilild's
new house last Saturday night, but on
account of the rainy weather the
crowd in attendance was not very
large. A good time is reported.
Jesse Lauthers and wife visited with
Ham. Norris last Sunday
From the .Ledger.
The republican candidates for con
stable, SaitfIIathaway and Al Hatha
way, have authorized us to issue a
challenge to the democratic candi
dates for that office, George Saxon and
Art Pearsley, to hold a series of meet
ings to discuss the issues of the cam
paign. E. Pickett, the democratic
committeeman, has informed us that
his men are ready for the fray, and it
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
BANK of CASS COUNTY
Charter Xo. 335
At Plattsmouth, in the State of Ne
braska, at the close of business
September 30, 1901.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured-
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Ran kin it house, furniture, fixtures.
Other real estate
Current expenses and taxes paid...
Uue from national, siaie ana pri
vate banks and bankers
Capital stock paid In 5 50.000.00
Surplus fund ...v 8.000.00
Undivided protits 7.517. Ti
Individual deposits subject to check 129.303.66
Demand certificates of deposit 10.710.55
Time certificates or deposit 176,489.44
State of Nebraska
Count v of Cass ( s" I. T. M. Pnttcc
Ailiitr of the above named hank rlrt cnlomnl
ly swear that the above statement Is true to
the best oi my Knowledge ana belief.
Attest : T. M. Patterson.
Thomas E. Parmele. Director.
Chas. C. Parmele. IMrector.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th
aayor wwwr. jwi. aiae Mcrpht,
Seall Notary Public.
DR. M. JENSEN
The 0;ily Graduate of Veterinary Medicine
in Cass County.
Weeping Water, - - - Nebraska
Sold by P. G. tUtnOERGER
I jT tbmritA II
IC 2 C0I4 jtuisJ JJ
Parb Cr?ortfam KZO.
Is now In order to fix the dates and
hire a hall.
Henry .1. Davis Is still wearing a
cane, and shows the effects of the In
juries received by his team running
away and throwing him out several
days ago. He was severely bruised,
one rib being broken, and he was
badly shaken up, but lie says it didn't
knock any great amount of democracy
out of him.
Most of the candidates arc making
a thorough canvass of the county, and
the political atmosphere is gradually
Postmaster liose informs us that he
expects to tender his resignation in
time to tic. relieved from duly alout
Last Tuesday night about eight
o'clock a thief attempted to burglar
ize (I. W. Mills' house and cellar, and
did some damage to the screens but
did not succeed in getting in, lieing
scared away by parlies who heard him.
Some line night, one of those trap-guns
will blow the cussed i icsk out of such
criminals, and we arc informed that a
few places in town are guarded by
Ir. W.J. 1. Kyan has located here
for the practice of his profession. Dr.
Iiyan comes highly recommended, hav
ing for some time practiced in Omaha
and was surgeon in ihc Douglas county
hospital. We gladly welcome him to
our business directory, as there cer
tainly is sufficient business here for
two g m mi physicians, and we are con 11
dent that Dr. Walker and Dr. llyan
just fill the bill.
From the RegiMer.
lu. u. anuourt has been in town
several days looking after his quarry
.Mrs. A. F. Sturm has gone to Buf
falo to visit the exposition.
(Jcorge Mark purchased live teams
of mules at William Dunn's sale at
Weeping Water on Saturday of last
The Missouri Pacific had a gang of
men at the stone quarry list week at
work putting in switches and new
track, as they did not have enough
room for the amount of business they
have on hand. The quarry lias re
ceived an order for 400 cars of crushed
roclr, besides many smaller orders.
Mr. and Mrs. George 'Mark and
daughter Muriel left last Monday
night for Point I lock, Ohio, their for
mer home, where they will visit rela
tives and friends for several weeks.
J. I. Holmes will soon have his new
barn completed, and when finished it
will be a nice structure. It is 32x7
feet, and will afford him plenty cf
E. M. Pollard was at Omaha a few
days last week, and while there mir
chased Iavo car loads of young calves.
From the Leader-Echo.
Ernest Hayes returned from Okla-
UKUKl ni.l M euIICMIilJT . Jie OOUglJL il
well improved farm of 1(50 acres four
miles from EI Reno, and will remove
there the latter part of November if
he can get his corn out and get ready
by that time.
Mrs A. D. Perry, who is undergoing
treatment in a Lincoln sanitarium, is
reported to be gaining slowly, being
able to get around some on crutches.
Dr. Neely lias been suffering greatly
the past week or two from an abcess
of the bone of one of his lingers.
Charley Itivett has sold five acres of
the old Sutherland farm, containing
the house and orchard, to Mrs. E. J.
Mcndenhall. Consideration &00.
A. M. Ferguson is hauling the ma
which to commence the
erection of a nice new cottage for the
use of himself and family. The new
residence will be 20x20, with a wing
12x18, and will be built just north of
their present home. L. F. Uhley will
cio uie carpenter work, ihis will
make the third house Mr. Ferguson
has built in Elmwood this year.
John Hart left last Monday morn-
ing for Ft. Wayne, Indiana, to attend
a reunion of the 44th Indiana, his old
regiment. He will probably visit the
exposition at Buffalo before returning.
Alex Lackey departed last week for
a visit of two or three months in Can-
ada, spending a few weeks at Ontario
and then going on further east. He
took in the Buffalo exposition enroute.
From the Courier.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kiser have re
ceived the sad intelligence that their
daughter, Mrs. Edna Final, of Minne
apolis, is threatened with tuberculosis
and that her physicians have advised
an immediate change of climate. She
is planning to go south for the w inter.
irs. uuicon, or i'lattsmoutn, vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Richey,
In Louisville last week.
The Bank of Commerce have put in
a new burglar alarm, which is so ar
ranged that the least tampering with
the combination of the vault will
start a mammoth gong ringing. It is
a neat device, and makes it impossible
for burglars to operate without turn
ing in a general alarm.
George Frater and daughter Thelma
left last Monday for a short visit at
Mr. Frater's old home In Ohio. Mr.
raiers Dromer, oi iavm City, is
looking after the drug store during
Otto Becker, C. W. Spence Will Os-
senkop, M. N. Drake, S. W. Ball, A.
it. .Peterson, li. II. Wood. John Ossen
kop, L. J. Mayfield and others took
advantage of the reduced rates and
took in the sights at Minneapolis last
yon often seo on
hoc it on
WE WANT YOU TO HUNT
Over tho entire town, thru coin' hen mid you will deride Hint
Our Drug Line is More Complete
Ami our Prices Lower than can ho found Klsrwhere.
From I he News.
About seventy thousand bushels of
grain has been shipped from Green
wood in the past ten days, which looks
very much like business Tor a little
way station in a year of crop failures.
Very few of our ucighltoring towns
can beat this record.
Charley Dasher is now engaged with
the 11. & M. railroad at OreajMilis, and
will move his family and furniture to
that place soon.
Sunday was used by the post master
in moving the office to t he former lo
cation of Uarr's furniture store, south
of the bank, where (hey now have a
pleasant and central location.
The Woodmen team of Greenwood
went to Weeping Water lasL Tuesday
and had a grand time, leceiving the
best of treatment and helping seven-
tccn people ride the festive goat,
Bigger and Better Than Ever
We have enlarged our Kpaco,
We now possess tho only (Jeneral
where each department (iroceries and Dry (joods - Iimh a r
complete to itself. Furthermore, we own it all building: and st
Try Us for Your Fall Needs.
Blankets, ()-! i;ood ones. ..50c
Ladies' heavy underwear.
Men's best wool ileeced...
Children's underwear, from.OOr
Children's fancy braided caps, 2V.
SNAP 50 pairs Ladies' Fine $:
The best CJolf Skirt ever
Everything else in proportion. Our grocery stock is unsur
passed in quality, quantity and
O. D. LONGi
Union Block, between Sattler's and Fricke's
They did not linish their work until
3:00 o'clock Wednesday morning. All
seemed happy when they got home,
but extremely tired and sleepy,
Several young persons in the village
of Alvo and vicinity are suffering
from a peculiar disease. Thev scem-
Ingly take with a severe cold and head
ache and high fever. Jn a short time
they break out in pimples similar to
small pox. Dr. Muir has several such
Frorn t,.e n,.,,,,,.
r asfc TucS(av n,llt ,,lft r,.K ,if
John liockenbach was struck bv liglit-
ning. The chimney was torn off by
the force of the bolt, and the roof was
knocked off on one side. After strik
ing the chimney the bolt traveled into
the bed room where the old folks
usually slept, but for some reason they
had changed rooms that night, which
undoubtedly saved their lives, as the
lightning tore the floor to pieces in
THE GREAT MAJESTIC.
are assured tua' it is as good and as
can produce. For sale in Plattsmouth bv
Dealer in Builders' Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Etc.
country places, lu yon will never
the room where I hey had been sleep
ing. It seemed almost a miracle that
they escaped with their lives. There
was a lot of loaded shotgun shells In
t he room, which were ex plod. -d, throw
ing shot in all directions.
Some of t he candidates on our t icket
judging by appearances, seem tothink
the republican ticket has a walk-away.
He careful, boys.
Without regard to jk .11 lies the peo
ple of Kagle are glad to sec a man of
the high standing of Dr. M. L.
Thomas of this place honored wit h the
nomination for coroner. It came to
him unasKcd and uuexN-cted. He Is
a man of the very highest character,
one who has won the confidence and
respect of all during the time he has
been among us. He owns one of the
nicest residences in Kagle. and exx-ct s
to make t his his home. He is a good
doctor, and would be a credit to his
party if elected. When all parties
nominate men of the character and
taking in tho adjoining building;.
Merchandise house in IMaltsmouth
Fancy Wolf gloves 25c
Hoy' line caps 25c
Outing; Flannels, from
L. j. Muslins 5c
I'lidoi-shirts. ail sirH for babies
Shoes for SI while they last.
sold in the city for
price. We give premiums.
staudingof Dr. Thomas, then will our
affairs lx: looked after right. While
we differ with the doctor oitlc.ally,
yet we can see gd in the democratic
party as well as in our own.
S. A. Morrison, publisher of the
Deacon, lias returned from his vbit to
I the I'an-A inerlcan exposition at Ihif-
All firfct class cigar dealers sell
Otto WutI'h brands of cigars, Out
Heil, 5c, Pride of Plattsmouth, oc
and Silver Wreatli, 10c. These
brands are home made ami union,
made cigars. Call for them hcn
you want a yod smoke.
IMatts. "Phone, j 5
W. B. ELSTER,
Waterman Block Nebraska
In the United States, now en
joying food cooked in the Ma
jestic, affirm that the half has
not been eaid in its praise The
manufacturers of these ranges
pledge themsejvea that all parts k
of the Majestic, except the fire
box and the new series Nos. Ltd
to 212, aro made of steel end
malleable iron, and purchasers
honest as skilled labor and money
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