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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1912)
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Isn't it a fair proposition?
We do not expect you to buy here if we can
not show you as good goods at just as low
price, but if we can, wouldn't you just as soon
buy here? That's why we ask you to try
Plattsmouth first. Just give us a chance to
For Pay Day Week we offer some special
High-Grade Quality Clothes
020 to $35
s10 , s15
Men's all Men's
wool blue brown and
serge suits gray m i x
sold in Norfolk or
many plain sack
cities at suits in the
$15 latest styles
for boy's for Men's
all wool 1 a t e st in
Knicker- ov ercoats
bocker suits belted or
with peg- plain all
top pants. colors.
, Wescott's Sons
ALWAYS THE HOME OF SATISFACTION
GETS DOWN TO BUSINESS
From Wedneodtty's Dally.
Yesterday afternoon the Chopio
Gasoline Engino company made a
"heal" of five Ions of iron igots,
which wore used in tho casting of
the different parts of the engine.
The making of tho castings was
a very interesting sight, as the
iron came running out into the
pots like water and was then
poured into tho different moulds
which had heen prepared and
which consisted of the different
parts that goes into the making
of the famous Chopio engines.
This company, since its re
organization, is advancing right
along and wherever the engine is
used it is giving universal satis
faction, as it is the simplest, as
well as tho cheapest gasoline en
g'ne sold today in any part of the
country and is the best engine for
the farmer or person having an
engino for general use, as it can
ho used for running any kind of
machinery. Harry Rynott of Bur
lington, la., has taken a position
in tho factory, and as ho is an ex
pert machinist and foundry man,
will prove a valuable assistant to
Mr. Chopie in his work.
To Hold Examination.
There will bo teachers' exam
ination held Friday and Saturday,
November 15 and 1(5, at Ihe super
intendent's olllce, and also at
Weeping Water, Elmwood and
Visits Here Sunday.
From Tuosday'8 Dally.
l'aiil Toren, formerly of I his
eily, spent Sunday here with his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. lus
Johnson, at (heir home, "River
view." Mr. Toren still thinks
that Platlsmoulh is "the" town
and spoke very highly of it. He
is employed as stenographer in
the JUirlinglon station at Lincoln,
where he is rapidly rising in the
estimation of his employers, and
we are looking for a speedy and
RECTOR 11S0N RECEIVES
QUITE A UNIQUE CARD
Hector Allen (i. Wilson of St.
Luke's parish in this city, receiv
ed the following on a postal card,
addressed to him by a brother
rector at Mexico, Mo.:
'My Dear Namesake of Our Future
"We take our stand at Oyster
Bay, battling for our board (after
T. II.) Keep your I on Wilson.
"Yours, J. II. II."
While Rector Wilson seemed
elated over receiving the card, we
are not informed as to whether
the election of his namesake to
the presidency was in accordance
to his political views or not. That
does nut make any particular dif
ference, so long as he pleases his
parishioners. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
son have already won great favor
in the hearts of all our people.
JUDGE TRAVIS ATTENDS THE
FUNERAL OF CAPT. ENYART
From AVedntHday's Daily.
District Judge II. I). Travis re
turned last evening from Ne
braska City, where ho was in at
tendance at the funeral of the
late Captain Logan Enyart, who
had been a warm personal friend
of the .judge for the past twenty
years. The funeral was one of the
largest ever held in that city and
was attended by all of his rela
tives from all parts of the country,
as well as a great number of
friends from different parts of
this state and Missouri, including
Colonel dates of St. Joseph, Mis
souri, who canmianded the regi
ment in which Captain Enyart
served during the civil war.
Steady Growth Proves
People only acquire those things which are of
more valuable to them than the cost thereof. The
steady growth of the Telephone System in Nebraska
it irrefutable evidence of its worth to the public, and
of the excellence of its service.
Every day many new telephones are installed in
the State. This is convincing proof of the sincerity
of the public's appreciation of the value of the ser
vice. The telephone is a vital factor in the pleasure,
comfort and prosperity of the people who use it.
Lincoln Telephone and
J. K. POLLOCK, Local Manager
For Sale Cheap.
My residence, splendid, well
built house, in good condition.
Two full lots. Water in house.
Mrs. Emily Dickson, Mordock's
Store, Sixth street.
Our line of Wool Dress Goods and Silks was never
quite as complete as they are this Fall. If you want to
buy satisfaction with your money it will pay you big
to look our line over.
ST. MAID'S GUILD MEETS
WITH MRS. J. E. M1NIEL
Make I'lultsmouth and Cass
county a better place to live in.
How? By interesting yourself in
the Chopio Gasoline Engine Com
pany (Limited). Get in and
boost for yourself by buying some
stock in this plant. The man who
really boosts is tho one financially
interested. By so doing you are
helping to bring thousands of
other dollars to remain here.
Dollars invested in foreign lands
and slocks go out of the county
return. Let's reverse
i this. The Chopie Gasoline Engine
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild
held a very pleasant and profit
able meeting at the home of Mrs. j never to
J. E. McDaniel yesterday after
noon. While preparing for the has proved itself in this county as
boost. We know wo can make
this community a big manufactur
ing center if you help us. We
know we have the best engino in
the United States.
John A. Chopiseka, President.
Ed Rynott, Vice President.
II. M. Soennichsen, Treasurer.
Sam G. Smith, Secretary and
With the addition of A.
Geise, constitute the Board
Christinas shop, which the ladies
will have during the early part of
December, tho ladies of this or
ganization will meet every Tues
day afternoon instead of every
a wonderful gasoline engine, so
help us to send this engine all
over the world. Let's make our
land not $100", but $500 per acre
land. This plant js the founda-
other Tuesday, as is customary, i tion that will get other industrial
A beautiful line of Serge, 1 yard Two other lines of Serge, 44-
wide in Black, Brown, Navy and Red inches wide, all colors at per yard
50c Yard 75 and 85c
In our 54-inch wide lines of Serge Whip cords, all wool and all
no one shows a better line than we the fashionable shades, 44-in wide
have. All colors at per yard at $1.00 per yard; 54-in wide at
SI, SI.25, 1,40, SI.75 and $2 SI.75 and $2.00 Yard
Taffata Silk, 1 yard wide; the Duchess Satin, one yard wide;
kind you can depend on at something better than common at
75c, 85c and Sl.00 Yard $1,50 and $2,00
Changeable Taffatas, one yard Charmeuse Satin 42-in wide;
wide at per yard the kind they ask $3.00 and $3.50
i i in the cities our price
$1.00 and $1,50 gg.50 Yard
The usual business session was
held, after which the ladies spent
some very busy moments plan
ning and stitching on articles to
be sold at this Christmas shop.
At a convenient time the hostess
served some excellent refresh
ments, and at the hour of 5 the
ladies departed for their homes,
pronouncing the afternoon a most
delightful one. Mrs. D. O. Dwycr
and daughter, Miss Lillian, as
sisted Mrs. McDaniel in enter
taining the ladies, and Miss Vir
ginia McDaniel assisted in serving.
"The Men of Their Choice."
President Hush of the Missouri
Pacific ordered that the men in
the employ of his company should
bo given a half holiday on Novem
ber 5 so that they might have
plenty of time to voto. They were
released from their duties in
order, jfs an official order ran, "to
enable them to exercise the
privilege of American citizenship
nnd vote for the man of their
choice." Concerning the order
the St. Louis Times said: "There
was a time when the railroads
were supposed to exert an improp
er influence upon their employes
in the matter of elections. Per
haps it is safe to believe that a
minimum of such influence ever
existed. Nevertheless, it may
serve (ho ends of justice to give;
full publicity to tho step which
was taken in St. Louis Tuesday by
tho president of a great railroad."
We are incorporated for $200,1
000. Most of this stock will be
sold out of Cass county, but we
want you all to take a small
quantity of our stock. It is issued
in common and preferred. We
think it as safe an investment as
a government bond. Come in and
share the profits with us. Our
preferred stock guarantees you
seven per cent. Common slock
shares in the further profits of the
company. All stock is non-assessable
and limited in liability to
the money you invest. All stock is
issued in share at $10.00 each,
and if you cannot take but one
share, take it now; we want your
. T. H. POLLOCK ENTER
TAINS FOR THE NEWELLS
From Wednesday's Dally.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. T. II.
Pollock entertained a number of
their friends at a most enjoyable
seven-course dinner in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. James Newell of Chi
cago. The guests were treated to
some wild duck, which was served
in a most delightful manner, and
the guests were loud in their
praise of Mr. Pollock, who had se
cured the fowls while out hunting
Saturday. After the dinner the
guests amused themselves play
ing "Pit," at which game Mrs. N.
C. Abbott and Dr. E. W. Cook suc
ceeded in carrying off the prizes,
which consisted of beautiful
chrysanthemums. The dining
room of the Pollock homo was
decorated very tastefully, and with
the open fire in the, fireplace, made
a charming scene. Misses Hall'ie
Parinele and Ellen Pollock assist
ed in entertaining. The guests
of this delightful occasion were:
Messrs. and Mesdames J. M. Rob
erts, E. W. Cook, R. F. Patterson,
N. C. Abbott - and Mr. and Mrs.
Newell of Chicago.
We have somespecial priced Rugs for you this week. f
"Tells the Whole Story."
To say that Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound is best for children
and grown persons and contains
no opiates tells only part of the
tale. The whole story is that it is
the best medicine for coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis and other
affections of tho throat, chest and
lungs. Stops la grippe, coughs
nnd has a healing and soothing
effect. Remember the name,
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
ami accept no substitutes. For
sale by Fricke & Co.
You have to be
is the place to get galvanized
ware, tubs, buckets ami boilers,
granite and tinware, china and
glassware, men's underwear and
hose, ladies' handkerchiefs, books,
post cards and toys. Prices right.
a live one now
days whether it's athletics,
politics or business. This is
a live clothing store.
Always alive to the new
est ideas for the benefit of
our custombers. It's a store
that's neither high priced nor
It's the kind ot a store that
nine out of every ten prefer
when they have anything to
buy. It's quality that's high
here; and prices low.'
Just now we're showing
special values in suits and
overcoats at $15, $18, $20,
$22.50 and $25.
We're ready to show you
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