The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, January 19, 1911, Image 2
COUNTY OPTION II SOURCE OF : ". ' " fc OKI SS 10 SOME L EGISLAK C.rrvin Water on Both Shoulders to Get Votes Last Fall, Makes Lot of Side-Steeping, and Yet 1 hey Uo Hoi Know "Where They Are At" Them Do a In speakiug of the actions thus far taken by the county option members of the legislature, the Lincoln Jour nal says: "The special committee appointed at the conference of the county option members of the legislature Monday evening to Investigate the merits of various forms of a county option bill and to report its recom mendations to a second conference to be held this evening, has decided on this much: The lengthy bill advo cated by the Anti-Saloon League as the one which ought to bo adopted will not be favored by this commit tee. It will recommend that a short amendment to the first section of the present Slocumb law be presented. JuBt what form this will be In will depend on the action of the confer ence tonight. Most county option members are In favor of Introducing to other measure than the one de cided upon In caucus. In answer to the query as to how many members pledged themselves to vote and work for the particular bill advocated by the Antf-Saloon League members of the committee declared they knew of no one who had made an unequivocal promise, but that they would all abide by the Judgment of the conference. "Senator Henry 11. Dartllng. of Oue, Is the center of all gossip re fating to a county option bill. Wheth er or not he will vote for a rounty option bill of any kind Is much dis cussed. Ills vote is necessary for the passage of such a bill In the senate. Fenator Dartllng attended one meet ing of the "dry" wing of the leglsla ture, but when It was proposed to resolve the meeting Into a caucus In which all present should be bound by the action of the caucus, Senator Cartllng objected to such action. It Is reported that the Otoe senator Is having all kinds of trouble with him self and that he does not yet know what he will do. He asserts that a large majority of his constituents want him to vote against any kind of county option and yet he feels that he Is bound In a measure hy the re publican state platform which de clares for rounty option. It is ru mored that he will take time to study over the matter and If he attends the dry caucus this afternoon he will vote for county option. If he stays away, ho may not vote for a measure of that nature, rioth sides claim he will vote with them." M OUS FOR Kill Reasons Why That City Should Have Panama Exposition. A traveling man from Omaha was in the city a day or two ago and In discussing the location of the Tana ma exposition was warmly In favor of New Orleans as tho logical location for all residents of Nebraska to ad vocate. In the first place the traveler remarked that there had already at this time. He also said that what would benefit the Jobbers by helping them build up a trade with the south ern outlet would also benefit farmers and producers of every class, in open Ing up a wider demand for their pro ducts, and that Nebraska would de rive more benefit In this direction than In some others mentioned by the Fan Francisco advocates. A Good Intention. We should begin the year with some good Intention. Let us throw away some had habits and accept a new virtue. Let us study what Is good and what Is bad for us and let I us then determine the course we shall l'llSUC AKTlO. The undersigned will sell at public iiu .t her farm, four 111 lit' S ana ft iir.lf east and a mile and a quarter j R north of louisvuie. a wiir '' 1, n 1 1' oii:'u and 4 half mile east of Cedar Creek and elewn miles wel of I :tt n.riith. o: rn sDAY. y rxntwuY :. i?u the folio ins propcty to it: 1.1 V. St.Hk. One bay horte. sWtovn oars ol4. weight 1.300. One gray horse, seventeen years old, weight 1.3..0. Team bay yeldings, three years oH. nelght 1.S00. Tem black geldings, three years old. weight 2.100. Four milk cows, three fresh, one fresh In July. Fix dozen chickens and two shoats. Implements. Two farm wagons and one buggy, One fanning mill,' one elder mill. One Champion binder. One two-row stalk cutter and stalk rake. Two three-section harrows. One riding cultivator. One walking cultivator. One John Deere riding lister. One 14-lnch walking plow. One John Deere two-row machine. One corn planter an1 80 rods wire. One Hoosler seeder. Two Hummer riding plows. One disc, nearly new. Two mowing machines, one new. One hay rake, one hay rack. One Majestic cooking stove. One heater, good as new. .' Two grindstones. One Iron kettle. ' One road scraper. Two sets of harness. Some household goods and many other articles too numerous to men tion. , Terms of Sale: All sums of $10 and under, cash In hand; over $10, a credit of twelve months will be given, the purchaser giving good bankable paper bearing Interest at eight per cent from date. No property to leave the premises until settled for. Sale will commence at 12:30 p. m., sharp, sharp; Mrs. J. D. Thterolf, A. O. Ault, Auctioneer. Owner. J. G. Melslnger, Clerk. I lt. tn tlm first nlare let lis trv to . . i i .1 ... 1,uir... ueen nem on iu "Mm,m.fl olir with, to Increase our different times of late years and that that section had reaped the benefit which comes from advertising the re sources of that section and tho local ity could not expect to receive a great deal more than It had already done. The transportation companies had acquired the revenue from transport ing the visitors to and from these great shows, and he thought these benefits should ho passed around. The traveler did not think In vestors would bo attracted to Ne braska by what could be observed from the car window, when It was 'suggested to him, that we wanted to attract, eastern money to this state. Illl M a was .that a little Judicious advertising In the money renters of the east of tho resources of Nebras ka would do a great deal In tills direction. lie argued that the Jobbing Itnerests of the statu ought to be fos tered nt this time. That the plums ought to bo passed around, tlio trans portation lines having had the bene fits of former coast expositions, tho Jobbers of Nebraska and tho other states adjacent to the Missouri and Mississippi livers should have a show strength. Should we notice the slightest disorder, especially in our digestion, let us select as a remedy, tho reliable Trlner's American Elixir of Hitter Wine. It Is used, for many years, with tho greatest success, by our families, in all diseases of the stomach, the liver and the Intestines. It makes the digestion perfect, makes new, pure blood and feeds the nerves It relieves all cases of constipation, I most enses Of rheumatism and head ache, as also nervousness nnd many skin eruptions. At drug stores. Jos. Tiiner. 1333-133!) South Ashland avenue, Chicago, Illinois. A beautl ful calendar mailed upon receipt of 10c in postage. Foley Kidney Pill!! Are tonic in action, quick In re sults. A special medicine for all kid ney and bladder disorders. Mary C. Abbott, Wolfeboro, N. II., says: "1 was afflicted with a bad case of rheu matism, due to uric acid that my kid neys failed to clear out of my blood I was so lame In my feet. Joints, and back that It was agony for me to step I used Foley Kidney Pills for three dayB when I was able to get up and move and the pains were all gone This great change In condition I owe to Foley Kidney Tills and recommend them to anyone suffering aa I have." For either acute cr chronic kidney disorders, for annoying and painful urinary Irregularities take Foley Kid ney l'llls. An honest and effective medicine for kidney and bladder dis orders. Fold by V. G. FrltUe & Co. w : : - - PI ii OM IB - M ih n n r r n i ii 1 1 n mi I MM -RE e. . mm i urn Ih fa ON r mm I u ID RflNANT SAL A LARGE TABLE FULL We are putting out a great many remnants and during invoicing it will pay you to look the table over every day. Wool Dress Goods, Outings, Linings, Ginghams and short lengths of most everything ih stock. - Y & PROPOSED CHANGES IN PRIMARY ELECTION Li Several bills were Introduced yes terday relating to the election laws. Gustafson, a republican, would re peal the open primary law. This bill must compete with another house bill which would amend the primary law to make It again a closed system. Shoemaker, of Douglas, wants to re peal the extensive law which allows the use of voting machines Instead of Australian ballots, and which la used only In Douglas county. Skeen, of Nemaha, want3 a constitutional amendment changing the date of the general fall election fro mthe first Tuesday after the first Monday in November to the same date In Octo ber, thus relieving the farming class from the necessity of losing a day from their corn harvesting. Over In the senate Lee Introduce da bill mak ing It a misdemeanor to employ vehicles for the transportation of voters to and from the polls. The same member has a bill which will In effect compel voters to exercise their franchise at the primary election or be put to considerable trouble to secure the privilege of voting at the general election. He has not intro duced this bill yet. Judge B. S. Ramsey transacted pro fessional business in the metropolis this afternoon. A Reliable Cough Medicine. Is a valuable family friend. Foley's Honey and Tar fulfills this condition exactly. Mrs. Charles Kline, N. 8th St., Easton, Pa., states: "Several members of my family have been cured of bad coughs and cold3 by the use of Foley's Honey and Tar and I am never without a bottle in the house. It sothes and relieves the Irri tation In the throat and loosens up the cold. I have always found it a re liable cough cure.' Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co. Mrs. D. Barkalow, of Omaha, who has been a guest of Mrs. George Fal ter for a short time, returned to her home last evening, her sister-in-law, MIes Carolyn Barkalow, remaining for a longer visit with Mrs. Falter. Poultry Wanleil Highest market price paid for poultry cr.d all farm prod uce. HATT PRODUCE CO. rr '-CV A1' u; UfW ' J- rv. .ynT air m.j , , . . i 1 L ; .iT'l i' vrsnrrrv" I UN ZJS LI'-' Oh. ' 1ST: 1 H-L; iSfe -'Xin FORMER OWNER OF COATES BLOCK COMMITS SUICIDE V. J. Itlgg, of Des Moines, Iowa, recently one of tho owners of an equity in tho Coates block in this city, committed suliido at a lodging house In Memphis, Tennessee, last Friday night. About a year ago Itlgg traded some Texas lands for the equity In tho building above named, and had the title placed In his wife's name, but ho assumed control and directed tho collection of the rents, ordering the rents collected and sent to him at Dos Moines regardless of expense of heating and repairing the building, lie did not keep the build ing long. Ijist week he went to Memphis and negotiated for the purchase of a saloon and gave his check for $1,000 as part payment. His check was re turned with tho notation "no funds." He then secured rooms at a lodging houso, destroyed all papers leading to his identity and took a quantity of morphine, which ended his career. JITIIER to start your full course dinner, v or for the mainstay of a liht quick meal in itself, Campbell's Tomato Soup is just the -thing. We carry the "21 kinds " and guar antee every can. Also notice these tempt- . ing features. . , : Wo Haw AT 8 RlMf! IflSlP' g 11 yllUU dBIBBub E; A, Wiifl Was Very Sick Little (ilil. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lahoda, resid ing In tho southeast part of the city have a very sick little child. Their ltttlo girl, and only child, has been suffering for some weeks with spinal meningitis and has been In a very precarious condition. Threo physi cians have been In consultation over the rase, and for a time tho little girl's llfo was despaired of, but with in the paBt day or two tho llttlo one has shown indications of surviving tho diseaso and her ultimate recovery is now hoped for. VEN if we don't make much profits in a "clean up" sale we make something else that's worth having; and that's a lot ol friends. We're enjoying ourselves; and part of the pleasure is in seeing ...n: 1.-. I'.l.rt l.noallirt Q,ln(Tnpr Sir TVTnrT' rlnf lir n t nrii'i'Q our customers geiung $;uuus nuc uiv-nuu, i..,. v.. r.. like these. It ought to make friends for us; any of you, for example, who gets one of these fine suits or overcoats at such a price as we re now willing to sell it for, gets a value that's remarkable and if you re not grattful to us for thechance, we'll be greatly surprised. At the same time it's a favor to us to have the goods quickly disposed of; so honors are about even on that score. Here are some January "Clean up" prices: Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $15, "Clean Up" price Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $21, "Clean Up" price Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $30, "Clean Up" price Suits and Overcoats, worth up to $35, "Clean Up" price $10,00 $14,00 $18,00 $24.00 .A lazy Jiver leads to chronic dys pepsia and constipation weakens I the whola tystem. Doan's Itegulets (25 cents per box) correct the liver, Speolal on Flauntl ShlrU $1.00 The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Manhattan Shirts , ' " Stetson fats See Ou Windows. for ... January "ClaauUp" Prices ( S3SE tone tho stomach, cure contlpatlon.