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SI.MI-WJ-ICKLV KJMTION I OTk l'AOKS
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TLATTSMOUTir, NEURASIvA, rinrilSDAY, Ni ) V EM Mill 1 !, !:))s
1 " m w u. vsr mil M
The Manufacitsrteg iradasSry Assursed and Fif
teen Thousand Dollars io he Deposited
Wilh the Board of Trustees.
From Monthly's I 1 "
Tlit.' prospects fpr the !' tinii of
tlx- l imning factory :t nl I Ik alfalfa
mill appear lo be much brighter
every day imw, tliat 1 1 i-il i.'-ns'
committee lias got toget ln-r ami made
an agreement wit Ii Mi ssi s Ko'.k i ts,
('(iiitt s and 1 alter, w ! 1 i 1 1 practically
guarantees tin- cili.'iis Iki subscribe
for the lioinls of lli- o;; psny, abso
lute control o r llii- ;:fl. irs of I h"
At a t ting lu l I StUirdsy nigh!.
at tin- odd of Count.. 'I i a --i 1 !
S lila'. r, attended b tin- o:i;;Mt ti
ci Hi pose. 1 of .!es.-rs. '. K. W"S. lit I.
C. C l':i rr::. !..-. i- II. Schl.ifi l. .Ii'lins
I'ilz a;il Phillip Tl.i t ?ii .. an.! ? les
sors. T. II. UoI.-t!-. W. V. (.: ;. aid
.1. I'. l.iit r. ;mi i' nl on-
tf n il iiiln v. Hit It pi i '.ii ' in i I! ',
that Me--!.- l:el.-.-rts i'i :'.: r i i -1 i-':t!-I'-f
will 1 1 ..-1 T web 1 1 ' tri!. li-cs if
tli- bondholders l'i!': n lli.ii.-ri ! tid
l;it i; ni'im-y :i 1 1 1 the h-g-il ! I
of tin- .-t. r!; i I' !!. roia ;;! a ' con
sisting of i ..( third-, of the f of
t!;r company, iliis money aii !
to ho h'M by lite irrsii-rs who wiil
n pRsi ni the bond holders and -v ill
also control tin- -x t -i i .1 i t uro of tin
money raised liy tin' lioinls. Those
bonds will bo throe hundred in num
ber at a par value of one hundred
dollars ca'-ii or u totai of thhiy
thousand dollars. With tlie fifteen
thousand dollars of money deposited
by the stockholders in the proposed
company, the trustees will have a
total of forty-five thousand dollars in
their hands which will be available
for tin erection and the equipping of
The stockholders are to purchase
the site, erect the buildings and equip
them, tin trustees to advance money
from the funds in their hands from
time to time as it is nee. led to pay
the bills and expenses of the work.
Tlie wink of auditing the expendi
tures and passing upon the legiti
mate charges of the enterprise is also
placed under supervision of the bond
One provision which is to be in
serted in the bonds is that they may
all be called in and retired at an in
terest pay day. This will enable the
corporation to take up all the bonds
at one time if they prosper enough to
be able to do so. When the bonds
are retired the stock which is held
m0 is illi
V5 Royal Grape Cream ci Tartar M U k
Jb MADE FEOrI GRAPES J fP
ScObv. Of greatest healthfulness and A j3
Jw usefulness. No alum or M
phosphate acids vJf
by tie- trustees as collateral will be
su i rendered to the stockholders who
will then assume complete charge.
Immediately upon the comple
tion of tlie plant there will he is
sued a trust i 1 to the bondholders
coveting the plant which will be tlie
security for the bo nis. One I:ivse
of the :.gr e- 'eiif will provile for
adem.a'e i :is u ran lie- ; laid
to icn in r i f !!. I. i I..- 1 Vis. or
i '.ir r:'- "..s.
An . : i ; ! ..'i I :.-'.'!'' : - t c :
i.e: .... n 1 1: . .; :.!,(.! :r ;: n :
: t !:!;.. ('! tl-- bend''. ! ': by
.!,: !i fori.-e;- will a :i : to ii i:i
(. I ' 1 ' ; o I r;,.i," I he ! : ' j ; , .;; j; t
! it?. I i 1 1 1 1 - ..ill', in : ! '. -at : a
t !! i : ;.!). :;e :- I i.-i'. i W ii h t ! .
t r I km :y i i: iau' rr.-!. Titis
s a;:i"e.!; eT i ' .: : ; !!: boni-
i i I ', .. ; .! : : : , :'i 4 . ., !-.;; ;i' '..'-
: - ' . : !. s :;y ;
i i. -; :., ! :: b .'.: i -.v.
' .: ;-e. v. ;. e.
'! i.e in v a -M ' er'i' c,.: t!ie wlio'e
is far : tcr t 'lati th- oi ii'.iiial propo
i i. n : i' :it(ed and looks like
teil lie i'less. Tin re siionhi be no
'i;n eie in now '-e -i-ring the mi! (.f
:ho ri q '.: i red ih.ree hun iri-.i bonds.
The ter.i's of iayr.i'tit will of co'-rse
:;e ; i-;a'i;;ed by the ti'tiSJees who will
so lix them t li.it til-re wi!' i)" .'iiot;gh
money available for the erectinn and
equipment of the plant at any time.
After lli' plant is completed, the
stockholders will hive to furnish the
required capital for running the
same. This will involve the expendi
ture of many thousand dollars during
the first year with no corresponding
income until the pa-k is ready for
As lias bee n fort shadowed in these
toi.iinns. this seems like the com
mencement of a big boom for the
city. It is an industry which means
much to the city and one which
means the expenditure of much good
money among our own people. It
is a patriotic duty which every man
owes to himself to see that this en
terprise is a go. There is no reasoji
to doubt but that it will be a suc
cess from the start as the location is
an ideal one in every respect for an
industry of this kind. The field is
here where all kinds of products can
be grown in abundance and the alfal
fa proposition is such that it must
wi ll paying one for both the city
! ; he i"i ! iit i . su rrou ml i m; it, ami
heir pro: p'-rl'y makes the prosperity
i.f the in- n limits here.
That a pcssihlc failure might mean
l;:ss lo the subscribers to the bonds
nirst be a l!.iitl-d, but the fad turn
!he build' rs of the plant invest Si."),-
noii (.n Ihe start with absolutely no
chance to get it back in the cent of
fa ii me, should encourage those who
j re en taking the bonds as they
will he protected by the property of
Ihe oi jn . at ion which must pay at
ih.:Na larg: portion of the bonded
indebtedness. This fact will 'weigh
i eaily with those who desire to make
an investment. They cannot possibly
loose all an! t le-re is practically no
c banco ( f their losing any of their i:i-
I k est meat .
j It is to be hoped that when the
j commit lee lo so'icit subscript it ::s
to the bonds go -s about. I uey w ill
hae no trouble in getting the full
iimiiiMit subscribed for at once, una
that soon dirt will be flying for
the mammoth addition to the indus
tries of the city.
In Honor cf rV'r. Gemellus ?rii!-cr, at
tfte Heme cf ftlr. a?.l Mts.
or v. .
..:-;:! -it :
, .. ! s. :i
The ;;: a ft
! t; !! :s vf Mr M!!! '!- :: . i
I c'.c.ice i i' : vs. t ; . ;! 1 1 .lie
' t h
! II 1
. i. . s y L ne j : e. e;i : ; and
' : sl.et s :!...;; nine o'i ! c
c 1, -id.', lo Mr. Mi'l.-r's r -.
'!;' suri'srise was complete.
.i:N:'-',o i .i;q.i .! o: t of Ash
tii.Kle a very ne.' ' s.
lion, prest n; ing ihe
io Mr. A:iil'-r, s..atiiif
t'il of preseuia-
came from the -r ;.i :n u.rnr.::: i-'a'e
abor.t one ;i ; a half .wsis a..;o
isit with his hi other, W. ii. .Miller,
of this city, and that Monday ho
would depart to return home. The
judge complimented Mr. Millet- up
on the many friends h" had made
during his stay in beautiful Nebraska.
Mr. Miller was considerably taken
back and somewhat embarrassed
when he came to thank his friends
for the many beautiful presents they
had given him, yet he made a very
The many wcdl filled baskets were
soon emptied and the table spread
with their contents and a sumptous
supper was greatly enjoyed by all.
After the supper the party had
music and a dance, triping the light
fantastic toe until a late hour, when
the company departed for their
homes, wishing Mr. Miller a good
time for many years to come back
in his eastern home.
Those present were Messrs. and
Mesdames Lippincott, of Ashland, W.
H. Miller, Julius Hall, H. D. Standley,
Misses Myrtle Hall, Margaret Rennie,
Tutie Rennie, Molile Seivers, Marga
ret Standley, Lola Standley, Mrs. G.
Rennie, Messrs. John Hall, Louis
Egenberger, Don Leonard, Cornelius
Miller, Jennings Seivers, Geo Mc
Daniel, William Standley.
Mr. Miller departs this evening on
train Xo. Two for Chicago and Mon
treal and Newport, Vt., going from
there to Warren, N. II., and after a
brief visit with his children at that
point, he will go to Mountain Mills,
N II., where he will engage in the
Will Move From St. Joseph, Mo.
.Airs. Dean I'. Buell, of St. Joseph,
lo.. will soon move to this city and
occupy tlie rooms above Wescott's
store now occupied by Mrs. .a. (.'.
Campbell. Mrs. Buell has been fcr
years one of the most prominent and
fashionable dressmakers in the city
of St. Joe, and it is her intention to
open dressmaking parlors in this
building upon her arrival here. She
cuts and fits by the latest methods
and will make a speciality of strictly
fashionable styles and modes.
The location chosen is an ex
cellent one and it is almost certain
her work will be successful from the
Potatoes For Sale.
I just received a car load of fine po
tatoes the first of this week, of the
Early Ohio variety, for seed at 70 cents
per bushel, and also some Burbanks at
65 cents. I will deliver to all parts of
the city. Call phone No. 253, Black.
Car on Missouri Pacific tracks.
J. E. Leesley.
George Berber will give a social ball
at Jenkin's hall in Murray, eb., on
Wednesday, November 2."th, OS. The
best of music and a general pood time.
Dancing to commence at S o'clock.
Free lunch at midnight.
Mr. I'erger has been very successful
with this series of social occasions and
everyone knows that perfect order is
maintained, and a good time for all.
Don't fail to attend.
The ('aiming I .oku v.
From Turvi.iy'.-, lt;iily
Matters In Ihe canning factory and
alfalfa mill proposition were at a
standstill today awaiting ihe action
of the citizen's commit loo which has
been engaged in preparing thejr re
port for the meeting of the citizens
whkh will be called by IMt sidetit
Windham of the last meeting.
A meeting between President
Windham and the members of the
r o mini Pee this morning resulted it.
arranging to have the meeting called
for an early day when some hall
won! I be aailable, at which meeting
lie entire proposition would be lail
before the public and arrangements
:: a.!e to take snbsr.-r'ptions lo lie
Tic on'iook generally for ih"
l.'r.ihiin 4 of the plan; is very bright.
The opinion of the j)'.; LM.- is that lite
plan' is net (led, in fact that il i-
..ct t s.-.try for ihe welfai e of the city
and i here ill-" many v. ho have vol tin
'a'il t' 1 ! U . 1 ' ! I 'i ;l their illieaMon of
-ub.-. .;Li ii'eial) for the bonds
-o t-.to t:
tuire-1 gun rant-
'; isistd a:.d the opeiatien of the
plain t;:i e,; at the . ry earlit pos
sible i )omen.
F;:.':r.i "s fcr i:;;i: ; ;..ib s around
the ci;y ne generally initrtsted i:i
the matter and theie seems to be lii
tle liklihnod th.at they will h't this
proj-.' t die without their valuable
assistance. It means the t reat ion cf
a large market, for them practically
at their door, and this in turn means
higher prices for tin tr products. This
being true they should subscribe lib
erally to help the matter out and cre
;.'te Lhis niaiket.
Our 1'eople Are in Karnest.
President U. 1?. Windham, of the
citizen's meeting, has not decided
just the date when another meeting
would be called to consider the report
of the investigating committee, as
he desired to consult with the mem
bers of the committee before calling
the meeting. II e was enthusiastic
over the outlook for the plant" and
states that in all his experience he
has never found the people so inter
ested in any project in the city. He
has been besieged by the people with
questions as to the outlook and what
can be done to make the factory an
assured thing and finds that people
who had never before taken an active
interest in any of the projected en
terprises were now ready and willing
to get in and do their share. He con
siders the alfalfa mill proposition the
best thing of the kind out and re
gards it as a great financial stroke.
He found upon investigation that Mr.
A. S. Willis, one of the big cattlemen
of the city, had been shipping this
product into the city to feed his
animals on and this showed that
there was plenty of room here for
the enterprise. Wrlth the coming of
this factory and the establishment
of a power plant here, Mr. Windham
predicts that there will be many
other factories cme in and within
eighteen months he looks for this
city to loom up as a manufacturing
and industrial center. It is sincerely
hoped that his anticipations are real
ized. Plattsmouth people are m
Iiack to the Old Home.
From Tuesday's Piiily
Bart. L. Kirkham, one of the edi
tors and publishers of the Northwest
Post, of Belle Fourche, S. D., arrived
in the city last evening for a brief
visit with his folks and friends. Bart
looks as if the air of the Black hills
agreed with him thoroughly. He is
hale and harty and certainly looks as
if he had been having at least three
meals per day during his absence,
while his general appearance de
notes that prosperity struck him sure.
He is one of the best newspaper men
this city ever turned out, and his pa
per at Belle Fourche is one of the
brightest and best edited little ex
changes that comes to our desk. His
many friends here were glad to see
him and promise him a good time
during his stay for he is a prime fa
vorite in this city.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
cures the most obstinate cases. Why
suffer. All druggists sell it.
In Which the Nebraska Lighting Company
Suites What Can Be Expected cf Them.
I'lnln Tihm!:iy's I:iily
I'h't tsii'OUt h. Neb., Nov. l;.i!H).S.
to Tin: no.oi;.i;i.i: mavoi: m
CITY CO!'NC!l. ov Tin: cm
I l!.1 Ill I'l'l" Ml.'ll"l'll V I I li t ii" . .
" ' u..M-.i.a.K-h..
1 1 en I h-m el i :
The i,:nh ; -i:;'ie.l. NKI'd'A. K
. .At. .u..iru., o.-g leave to
submit the f, llowi.,,, prep, :-;.(,. ,,,
you for lighting the Mie.ts of the
(i?y or Plattsmouth. said p-opo.iti, n
lo be based on a Mw v.ar c niract.
For lighting the busii.es.- disirh ,
wc will furni: li either, not (;. ,.i
Kight ( s ) Kit "-tri A re 1 . 1 1 ; . s
T.velve i I I. II'! I'.' 1 iL'ttU; . :i n i
power, furnishing the b st i:in,! t ;'
seriee frten in-k amil One i ,
o'i lock a. 1)1., at I In- rite of N'i
( o'ot.iHi i t'illni s !.-r yeaf. per k
giving (he ;n -(.:.e ( l I ' ,' : i ; I s . e i . t : , ; :
el.' ' li ' I!' l. .-'. f, I. I I'l the ; .es
'!i.-ti i'-' i:i:!ii din- I I ) a. u-., t r v
: ! I f-. rn i.-li for the . n ,:. . j . ; ;. ; ;
night : '.', i- . , i 1 1 ;i tj i ' n n : i r
i'f i'i'e a rd tlas l,al.';-. 'm t v 't v . ."..i-
i I power that lie- t';u;ifil .;.'' (!-
s i : -. at 'lie ; e 1 1 .' 'i . e :, ' -: : . ,
( sL'!-.t;i i Iio!!:,rs p. i lamp. p. i ; . -.
Ft; l ' !n r than I l.i we will :'.: : ; i: n !
for t I'e fe; ide'ice di. !'-i . 1 1 ' ' i I.
t..:.n Thirty ( :;t- l.-.-iie.-tn .! ' ;.
I. cf ! 'orty-liv , ' .
pov.er. ! o be ,) hi - I d -. . 'si t V "
council may dirt it. wi'h the li
ti n, howev. ; , as i.e.-. i isi' r i.ei.
caied, ;,11 iti.'.-h! si-rvi'-f to be i".:r. i i - 1
ed, f:';;:"ii tlusk until ('awn, ;Cr tie
sum of Tw. n: v-nine (s-".t.ie Oo!
bus per v. ar, per lamp actuallv us. !,
and anv additional lamps ;d:ove and
ove r tluxt n.-.mU-r. found ;o b. u.
essary by the City Council, to be paid
- ... , , r,. ,, ,
for at the rate o! I wentv-ntne
($2.mi) Dollars ))er lamp, pt r yiar.
Further than this we will furnish
a day power, for the benefi I
of those who may de sire
than this we will furnish a day power, f "H' perform our (ontract. v..hich
for the benefit of those whomay de- : w" must ask for Five :, ( y. ;,rs. in
sire the same, and will install it order to compensate us for ih- in
within, at least Ninety (HO) days. . vest meiit it will bo necessary Jor
from the date of the signing of the "" ,f make in changing and in-tall-contracts,
guaranteeing us Twenty- ''i jtrojjosed new plant,
five horse-power. Ilospertriilly submit!.
If we are given the contract, we NHBKASKA I.ICIITIM; ( O .i PAN V.
propose to overhaul our entire plant. By Albert Clabaugh,
replacing the old One Hundred Thir- Superintendent.
('oes Id Xclii'iivka "ity.
Ralph W. White, mention of whoso
probable promotion was made in the
Journal last Saturday, .Monday- morn
ing departed for Nebraska City,
where he has been transferred and
placed in charge of the exchange
there. So far no notice as to his
successor will be here has been given
out. As was said when the news of
his probable promotion was made,
it is a well deserved one and highly
advantageous to both himself and the
company. The Nebraska City plant
Perfectly pure, unquestionably whole
some. A pure food factor ante-dating
all pure food laws. Indispensable for
raising finest cake, biscuit and pastry.
No Alum. No Lime Phosphates
Be on guard against alum in your food. Prof.
Johnson of Yale College says he "regards the
introduction of alum into baking powders as
most dangerous to health."
Read the label. Bay only where
Cream of Tartar Is named.
. ) cycb-. .single pha:
venerator, v.iih a s-i'y nini cc-
Tv o I I phsse goier;U in , ; I t,
same time cbanuiin; boilers, (b.-in-
j,,. .., imnroviie- li.tn to,
1 lie ;, nuns li
I f V. i
u. ,,.m j .,JV, ., (,
vlo,.k ,,, , iriN;l,,.
consumers of eh,., rid . v. Ve uiii
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h ,.., ,. r(:tl(. ,.,.., v ,,, j( Njl
,,,, n-,!.;, i. ..;v , .-. . n . ,
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'' .- . f V! ' if date of ;e : i u : . i II " of
' If oi.l rn. t In ft re I he whole pl.ini
"i- lighting s.'.sle.vi cm ,,. i ompl'-i .
ill: tulle !.
V. vi!l k- en In good r'paii, v. iih-si;'-'
'.. ! " 1 1 : s i v. it a e i : , , , ihe i hy.
'' ' i s I ! i et hit.!, ma li lit. , cli i :i, le
! ol h r le i ry a'-, i : .one; , for
1 hi i.;. s !a it. ; e will i . ,,;,, , . nil
ele.-t rii la n. p- , u ! n bu i" e. ,. ,, ; v. i il
l-epb'f,. brok'-n lai-m mid
a hi I ..Cl essdl ies to the .; ;1 it
' in;, '. le'el .- I oi d , ,. . v. : . I t lie
i: y if ! ' , ; : ! : i " 1 1 . : i ) d!i . : i i;e
.n:ian.v I n ,n lo. b. '. a ' d 1 1 .. .. ,
b.V the OS.-SS, ; e (,)' ; Jitvp. ; l.:ee,,:i: .
Mi Arc I -.mi--, and Ceul.-v ;. -..
Lau.j s s !t:i 11 be loente I -,(. i,;. ,. ,
pr sent ! I t if line; and ; a ;
re.-Itect ivl. . or sii h : . e:,. .,. , y
t lie y.t ne- ns shall I e i. :,ee d i : iv
i iie life of t his ( (.ni rat t .
We Will extend the L-a. in; 1
a distance of One-half ( ';' i bloc1:,
in excess of that di:-,laie,. j,,
i w" i,n u',ui n'" ,,,:'; 's
:uldl,Ri,i:l1 l"-":l" -'""e :e i ..n
' b" l"-'" '1 H.os- t....iiis lo
: '"" ""'"'1"'- """I" ' -
; the additional oxpendil up- ii" ..
j To guaranttc that we in; nd to oo
.a w" propose, we will -ho you a
i Fi v- Thousand ($."., (kmi.ioi i Hollar
i '(iid to insure you that we w ill fait h-
is ;i large? one and it. menus much
greater responsibility upon him, but
those who are acquainted with him
know that, he can till the position
with great credit to himself and com
pany. The people of Nebraska City
are to be congratulated upon secur
ing so energetic, active and affable a
gentleman for their exchange, and his
departure from the city is a cause
for deep regret.
Gasoline engine cylinder oil. Gering
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