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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1912)
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ur j- ,'vVli, - '! JJL vLJi VJS j -.Morning Herald an editorial
''ijrf,''' i j M "'a' ' " I V causes niii' In doubt
J -j the sanity of Hie writer, lint I lint
Z ::Vj4'fc;;f, Ul j is al-u a iiiut unwarranted at-
Z i'.'i"?i,F .0 tack upon I he business interests
is the most complete we have ever shown we have
nothing but the Annis Detroit Furs -one of the best on
the market. Sets from
50 to &5o0
Farm for Sale.
i35-acr(! farm, four miles from
town, between 50 and GO acres
under jilow, 7 acres hay land, bal
ance pasture. lUinnins water.
Reven-room house and either im
provements. Inquire at the nlllee of Rawls
& Ilobertson. 10-tO-lf-wkly
When you liavo a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtain
able so as to cure it with as littlo
delay as possible. Here is a
(lniKRisl's opinion: "I have sold
Chamberlain's Counh Itenieily for
fifteen years," says Kiios I.ollar
of Karalofja, Ind.', "and consider
it the best on the market." For
sale by V. C. I'ricke A Co.
A Surprise to Both.
E. V. Davis of (Jlenwnod, Mis
souri, was in the city yesterday
looking after business matters,
and while here had the pleasure
of meeting his old schoolmate, A.
A. Dolson, whom he had not seen
for about ten years. It is un
necessary, to say that the meet
ing was a most pleasant surprise
to bolh penllemen.
Typewriter supplies, suoi as
paper, carbon, ribbons, oils and
brushes, at the Journal olllcc.
Fortunes in Faces.
J. V. Copeland, of Dayton,
Ohio, purchased a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
his boy who had a cold, and be
fore the bottle was all used the
boy's cold was gone. Is that not
belter than to pay a flve-dollai
doctor's bill? Tor sale by V. d.
I'ricke & Co.
Papor Napkins at this office.
M a-j ' -Mil5
The Long Winter Evenings a Good
Time to Enjoy Reading
Clubs at Home.
Your home can be perfectly heated with
pure - healthful- ever changing - constantly
renewed warm air-free from dust -gas and
smoke and thejood dependable
ROUND OAK FURNACE and Round Oak
Methods will do it. Investigate !
The heating proposition is our specialty this Fall, and
we now have the contracts for placing five heating plants
before the Winter sets in. We also handle hot water and
steam heating plants. See us now.
From Saturday's Daily.
Some morning you will wake
up and look out on a whirling
mass of snow, and realize that
the caltle need some extra atten
tion and there must be some more
wood cut to keep the stoves roar
ing and the house warm. You
will have a few hours of hustling
work out in the nipping air. then
the long wilder evening around
the lire with nothing lo worry
about until anol her day.
You will give special attention
to the cattle and horses and hogs
and chickens when the bad weath
er conies, and lie sure they are
snugly housed and well fed. And
if you will lake care to see that
the children have warm clothes
and plenty to eat and a place by
the lire. Hut have you given any
thought to a little more attention
to those young folks in helping
I hem spend these long winter
Yes, if they are going to school
they should study some. Hut they
will not. want lo study all the time.
You can probably enjoy yourself
reading the daily paper and doz
ing a bit by the lire, but they want
something a little more interest
ing for part of the time.
When you are in town this fall,
take a few dollars of that money
you got for your wheat and buy a
few good, interesting books by
standard authors. Perhaps it
would not be a bad thing to get a
game or two, of the kind that re
quire a bit of skill and yet are
not too hard for little folks. Hut
get the books anyhow.
Then, on the long evenings, let
the children take turns reading
aloud. Don't make that the whole
program of the evening, but try
it out and if it is as much of a
success in your home as it has
been in some wo know about, you
will have no complaint about the
time of reading aloud being loo
long. Take a turn at it yourself,
and let. all those who can read un
derslandingly have a chance.
Wo know a family in the coun
try where this has been a regular
cuslom for years. You would
be surprised to know how many
good standard books that family
teen in existence iwii days 1 In
.Morning Herald" an editorial
.at not only causes one In doubt
n sanity of the writer, but t lint
is ai-o a inot iinwarrauled at
tack upon the business inten
the town, Hie interests that go I
o make mi the life of the town.
The fact. I hat the Journal saw
Jit lo print an article in regard
o hading at home in preference
to trading with Hie catalogue
houses, seems to have inspired
the Herald writer lo rush to the
defense of the destroyers of the
all town. It has been the
policy iii i lie Journal since the
present owner assumed charge of
the plant to. stand for all that was
in the interest, of IMatlsniouth and
I he interests of its business life,
and that will continue to be its
policy, regardless of what any
outsider may consider, and the
people of lMattsomuth are per
fectly capable of judging whelher
i no paper mat detenus the com
mon home of us all is not. in the
ripbt more than the interloper
who seeks lo gather notoriety by
attacking the business interests
of the town.
No man or woman of any judg
ment will for a minute believe
that the local merchant charges
more for his goods than the same
can be purchased for elsewhere.
In fact, in many instances, goods
are sold in this city at prices
several dollars lower than in
Omaha, and in buying from the
local merchant the customer sees
what he is getting. If there is
anything iut satisfactory about
Ihe article purchased the local
man takes I hem back, but when
you send your money lo the cata
logue house you take what, they
send you, and if it is not satis
factory you have either to keep it
or throw it away as a bad investment.
Without the local merchant, you
would not have a town, and if
everyone in a community would
follow the advice of such a sheet
as me neraiii there would he no
town left, for if the merchant
does not receive the patronage of
the citizens of Ihe community he
cannot afford to continue in busi
ness, and the result, the small
town is a collection of empty
buildings, with only a few small
bore loafers left to glory in the
ruin their knocking has accomp
lished and full of stories of how
good the town used to be
IMatlsniouth has stores that
would be a credit to a much larger
town, and the merchants have al
ways striven to give their custom
ers the best the market alTord
and that at prices that cannot be
beat, even by the catalogue houses
of the large cities. We believe in
Ihe doctrine of home llrst, and if
anyone doubts the truth of the
statement they have only to look
over the columns of the Journal
in Hie past and they will discover
this fact. We must stick to the
small merchant or the fale of the
small town is sealed. Hear that
in mind the next time any more
scurrilous articles are circulated
reflecting on the business men
and set them down as the vapor
ings of soiiio irresponsible per
son who was unable to work them
with some wildcat scheme.
We know by personal knowl
edge of several parties who have
made special trips from Omaha
to purchase clothing in Platts
inouth, and they claim that they
can save money by doing this and
receive better goods than can be
bought in the big stores of
Be up-to-dateand wear
a a Norfolk. They are
the most popular gar
By meat of the present
day. We have some
hot ones right off the .
EaEaEsax griddle. Quality Line ''
$20 to $35. Others $5
C. E. Wescoft's
The Home of Satisfaction
EVERY STREET IH
Has Its Share of the Proof That
Kidney Sufferers Seek.
Hackache? Kidneys weak?
Distressed with urinary ills?
Want a reliable kidney remedy?
Don't have to look far. Use
what Plaltsmouth people recom
mend. Every street in Platts
nioulh has its cases.
Here's one Piatt smouth man's
Let Mr. O. II. Tower of Hock
and Seventh streets tell it.
lie says: "I think Doan's Kid
ney Pills are an excellent remedy.
I had a dull, heavy pain in the
small of my back and it got so
bad that I had to get on my knees
and straighten up gradually after
I stooped. The action of my kid
neys was irregular. Doctors told
me I had stone in the bladder. I
was finally advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills. After I took the
contents of one box I noticed my
trouble was beginning to disap
pear and in a short time my
health had improved."
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Koster-Milburn Co.,
HufTalo. New York, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
NOTIC K TO t HIiniTOKS.
In County Court.
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
Cass County, us.
In the Matter of tlie Estate of Nicholas
Notice f.i liproby given that thu
rreilitors of hhIi! iloretiHcd will meet
the Executor of said estate, before me,
County JikIko of Cass County Ne
braska, at the County Court room In
l'lattsmouth, In paid County, on the Gth
day of November, 1912, and on the Gtli
day of May, 1 it 1 ::. at 10 o'clock a. m.
each day, for the purpose of present
ing their claims for examination, ad
justment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, and ono year for thn
Executor to settle said estate, from the
liin (lay or November, l'JIL'.
..iLiiirn iii.v 1WIIIU nun nclll Ul MIKl
County Court, at l'lattsmouth Ne
braska, this 10th day of October, 1912.
(Seal) ALLEN J. BEESON,
ft. O. DWYEK, Attorney.
Wilkinson & Hall
The holding of successful sales is
our line. Our interests are with the
seller when it comes to getting every
dollar your property is worth. For
open dates address or call either of
us at our expense by phone. Dates
can be made at ,he Journal office.
WILKINSON & HALL-
Irrigated land which produces
more than its cost in a single
year. Near railroad, which is no .
being double-tracked in order to
handle the constantly increasing
farm business. Agreeable, health
ful climate. Huy now while prices
are reasonable for they will sure
ly increase four-fold in the next
five years. Local agents wanted.
For further information call on,
telephone or write C. L. Ilochstet
ler, Nebraska City, Neb.
There's often much truth in the
saying, "her face is her fortune,"
but it's never said where- pimples,
skin eruptions, blotches, or other
blemishes disfigure it. Impure
blood is back of them all, and
shows the need of Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents
at F. G. Fricko & Co.
When ordering flour nsk your
grocer to send you a sack of
Forest Rose Flour tho best flour
LOST On the (iochenour is
land, a shepherd dog, yellow with
white spots. Anyone knowing
as to its whereabouts please
notify Joe Libershal at, F.d Donat's
Bought and Sold
Insurance Placed in Best
Farm Loans and Rental Agency
- Virgil Llullis
October Rate Specialties
Low One Way Rates to Pacific Coast:
These are in effect only until October 10th $.10 to California. Oregon,
Washington, and $25 to Utah and portions of Montana and Idaho. Re
serve your births early.
Tourist Rates South:
The usual winter tourist and homeseekers' rates to' southern localities have
been announced. The South is growing in its attractions for northern
people. Ask for some of the attractive literature, descriptive of southern
resorts, hotels and tours.
Through Tourist Sleepers to California via Santa Fe Route:
Commencing November 5th, from Omaha every Tuesday night, at 11:35 p.
m., personally conducted through tourist Bleepers will he run to Los An
geles via Denver, then Santa Fe direct line GRAND CANYON ROUTE,
These sleepers may be taken from Omaha oarly Tuesday night, from Lin
coln at midnight, or leaving Denver Wednesday evening at 7:45 p. m.
Winter Tourist Rates to California
are daily in effect. Free literatue, "California Excursions," "Pacific
Coast Tours," "Southern Tours" leaflet. Have your ticket read "Uur
lington," You will then have the broadest choico of diverse routes to and
from the coast.
R. W. CLEMENT, Agent.
W. L. WAKELY, General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
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