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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1913)
Thirty Years Ago.
The following item, taken from i
I he Thirty Years A'-o department;
of ill.- Omaha Daily News, ic?
an account of an invent inn of a
gentle man who formerly resided
here ami who was Hie architect of
Ihe ol.l Waterman opera Iioum.
lie will he remembered ly many
of the old residents here:
"licorge II. Thompson of
I'lallsinouth. formerly of Omaha,
was exhibiting a new tire escape,
which Ihe papers describe, as
'pereel.' It consisted of east iron
boxes, the size of two bricks,
which were to be built into the
wall between windows in rows,
and would open upon being touch
ed with hand or fool, Heing al
most out of sifilil . it would not
spoil the beauty of ihe building.
Mr. Thompson, who was also an
architect, expected to win Hie
$1,000 prize otfered for the best
lire escape by an caslcni concern.
Mrs. Frank Herold Better.
Frank llerold of Lincoln came
in this afternoon to attend to
some business matters for the
day for his linn, and will leave in
the inornirnr for Iowa points. His
wile was taken with appendicitis
abml a week ago ami was coin
1 1 ed to undergo an operation,
bi t is gelling along very nicely
To 'Take Moving Pictures.
Manager Slilae.s of Ihe Clem
1 heater has made arrangements
to have a moving picture man
come down from Omaha tomor
row afternoon to gel a picture of
the, destruction of the bit; brick
chimney on Washington avenue.
The picture will be used in Hie
Animated Weekly, Dial portrays
events of inlereid. throughout Hie
J list received, a car of lied
lliver Farly Ohio .seed pot aloes,
that will be sold al, GTr per bushel
as lonir as I hey last. Place your
A. (i. P.acb & f,n.
Dr. Cook Called to Salem, Iowa.
Fr. K. W. Hook received a nies
sage this morning from his
brother, ('. II. Cook, of Salem,
Iowa, announcing that his daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth Hook, was
very low with pneumonia, and re
questing Ihe doctor lo come to
that city. Mr. (look will leave to
morrow morning on No. 10,
which leaves at. i:'0, and it is lo
be honed he will find his niece
imnrnved when he reaches her
1'ri.in Satunkiy's Pallv.
Henry Horn of Cedar Creek
came down this morning to at
tend to some week-end shopping
with t be merchants.
P. A. Horn drove
from bis farm neat
to attend to some
I be merchant s.
Hon. W. 11. Puis ami his father,
William Puts, of Murray, were in
I lie city today for a few hours in
tending to some trading.
Mrs. A. I'. Sevberl and daughter
of Culloui came in this morning
to make a short visit here w it It
relatives ami friends.
Misses I'.dna and Maoa Props!
came down this afternoon from
Omaha to visit over Sunday with
I heir parent s at Mynard.
F. .1. Hennings of near Cedar
Creek was in the city today, dnv-
ing in iroin ins i arm u aitcnu io
some business matters for a few
enry Kehue of the vicinity of
Louisville was in the city today
for a few hours attending to some
iiisiness matters at the court
Charles Fades and wife of
Siiiilli Omaha will arrive tomor-
i w . . 11 1. 1
row morning lo visit ivirs. canes
mother, Mrs. Kale Oliver, over
You can sav goodbye to con
pat ion with a clear conscience
if von use chamberlain s 1 ablets.
Many" have been
cure liv uieir use
(1. Fricke & Co.
II. J. avnie drove in I lus morn-
i. i .... i p i l. : .
1 1 1 irom ins nouie, wesi m mis
. . i i. ..
ciiv, anil was a passenger on me
i 1 1 , .... i : . . r i
car v i uri i iik Mm iraiu tor wm.i-
ha, where he will attend to some
matters of business.
Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy
has won ils great, reputation and
extensive sale by its remarkable
cures of coughs, colds and croup.
It can be depended upon. Try it.
Sold bv 1' . (i. I- ncke ct Co
Miss Carrie Oliver returned this
evening from Kansas i,ny, mis
souri. where she had been attend-
JOE WHEELER RETURNED
FROM TEXAS LAST EVENING
From Saturday's Daily.
Joj- Wheeler returned last
evening from Texas where be had
been for several weeks looking
after land interests at Provident
City about eighty miles southwest
of (ialveslon and the proposition
ooked so trood to Mr. Wheeler
it he has taken up the asency
for I lie Provident Land company
and expects to open an ollice
shortly in Murray, .where he will
make his headquarters. The land
in that section of Texas is among
the best in Ihe stale and Joe be-
ieves he has the best Texas land
... it i i i
proposition on tne marker rimn
Soils His Home Here.
ic properly of Charles
north of this city, which was for
merly owned by F.d Itranlnrr, has
been sold to M. (i. Stava of Mis
soun, who will make Ins lionn
here in the future. Ibis place lias
miile a large orchard ami makes
n most pleasant place to live. Tin
oeal was made through A. .L
Trilely, the real estate man, who
has been quite succcsslul III
curing satisfactory sales for
For sale by
The Cause of Rheumatism.
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and
deranged kidneys are uie cause
of rheumatism. ("Set your stom
ach, livci'r kidneys and bowels in
healthy condition by taking Elec
tric Hitlers and you will not be
troubled with Ihe pams of rheu
matism. Clvarles 13. Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvania, (!a.,
who suffered indescribable torture
from rheumatism, liver and stom
ach trouble and diseased kidneys
writes: "All remedies failed un
til 1 used Electric Hitlers, but four
bottles of this wonderful remedy
cured me completely." Maybe
your rheumatic pains come from
stomach, liver and kidney
troubles. Filed ric Hitters will
. 1 ' - 4 1
give you prompt, renei. :or aim
si. 00. Itecommeudeil by V. ('.
Fricke iV Co.
AT this season when good
"" clothes take on new importance we
make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display now is larger and better than ever.
Young men's suits in staple models,
Norfolks and new English effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long,
two or three buttoned, flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully
tailored, special values from $15 to $25.
Our Spring showing of John B. Stetson
hats includes every good style. See them in oureast window.
Chamois S3, Select 4, Nutria $5.
New Heid-caps in Norfolk effects
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
Easter Neckwear that will add the last touch of
style and good taste to your appearance on Easter Sunday closed ends and
wide open ends in the new Persian effects 35c and 50c.
MHHlic lrV fi iff Mil
VERY INTERESTING HO
DRESS ON QGGUPATION
Second Number of Lectures Given
by the Builders' Club of the
FOR THE BUSINESS IN
Here are ten new command
ments for Imsiness men and their
clerks, taken from "How," Mar
shall flushing's magazine:
1. Thou shall, not waif for
something to turn up, but thou
ing Ihe funeral of her sister, Mrs. shall pull off thy coat and go to
Heorge Law, who passed away at work that thou mayest prosper in
her home in (hat city the fore part thy affairs and make Ihe word
Are You Constipated?
If so, gel a box of lr. King's
New f.ife I'ills, lake them regular
ly and your (rouble will quickly
disappear. They will stimulate
the liver, improve your digestion
and net rid of all Ihe poisons from
your svslem. They will surely get
you well again. '.Tie al F. (!.
Fricke & Co.
of Ihe week. The deceased lady-
was a stepdaughter of Mrs. Kate
Oliver of this city
fleorge i. Meisinger of near
Cedar Creek was in the city today
attending lo some business mat
ters with -the merchants for a
few hours, lie started to drive in,
bill found the roads so bad that he
look Hie train al Cullom lo com
plete Hie journev.
Miss llermio Windham, accom
panied by Kathryn Windham,
were iiassencers this morning for
Omaha, where they spent the day
Miss Kathryn is engaged in leach
inu in Hie Dunbar schools and
came home yesterday for a visit
S. I,, r urlong. one ol I lie wort ny
farmers of Hock Willi's, was in I In
city today attending to some trad
ing, and while here called and had
his subscription advanced to July,
I'.U i, which is Ihe sort of sub
scribers which makes our heart
You judge a man not by w hat, he
promises to do. but of what be
has done. Thai is the only true
lest. Chamberlain's Cough Hem
edy judged by this standard has
no superior, l'eople everywhere
sneak of il in the highest terms of
Every sheet embossed and gold let'
Tbi3 is something new and is pos
Look in Our North Window
F. G. Fricke & Co.
Tie 3fejjk Store
For sale by F. fl. Fricke
John Mauer. who has been en
joying a irip inrnugu t.aniornia
and Ihe l'acilir coast, country for
several weeks, returned home this
morning. While in l.ong Heaeh,
'alifornia, he had a most pleas-
tnf visit with K. K. Wttrl and wife
tnd Sol Adamson and family, all
of whom were delighted lo see
someone from old Nebraska.
Children are much more likely
lo contract the contagious dis
eases when Ihey have colds.
Whooping cough; diphtheria,
scarlet fever and consumption are
diseases that are often conlract-
d when Ihe child lias a cold. That
is why all medical authorities say
beware of colds. For nuick cure
of colds you will find nothing hel
ler than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. II, can always he depend
ed upon and is pleasant and safe
lo lake. For sale by F. 0. Fricke
"failure" spell "success.
Thou shall not be content
to go about thy business looking
like a letter of recommendation.
Personal appearance is belter
than a letter of recommendation.
3. Thou shall not try to make
excuses, nor shall thou say lo
those who chide thee, "I didn't
i. Thou shall not wail to lie
H i what hou shall lo, nor in
what manner thou shall do it, for
Muis may thy days be long in the
job which fortune halli given
T. Thou shall not fail
maintain thine own integrity, nor
shall thou be guilty of anything
Dial will lessen thy good respect
(I. Thou shall not covet tin
other fellow's job, nor his salary
noi' the position that he bath
gained by his own hard labor.
7. Thou shall not fail lo live
within thy income, nor shall thou
contract anv debts when thou
canst not see thy way clear to pay
8. Thou shall not be afraid to
blow Ibine own horn, for he who
failest to blow bis own horn at
.i. t . . i i ...
tue proper occasion nnnesi no
body standing ready lo blow il for
From .SutunJuy'n Dally.
The second of the highly in
teresting "occupation" addresses
that has been arranged for by the
Hu idlers' class of the Presbyterian
burcli, was given last everting at
Ihe rooms in Ihe basement, ol the
burcb and was certainly a lecture
if inure than ordinary merit, as
the class had I lie pleasure of
be safe. Mr. Wool an is a very
pleasing talker and his address
wits one much appreciated by all
I hose al lending, as a very com
plete and able outline of what, it
look to make up a newspaper and
how it was assembled together.
A most delicious luncheon was
served before the lecture, which
certainly made a big bit with the
large crowd of men. both young
and old. who were in attendance,,
and the young ladies of the.
church who served Ihe repast are
.1. H. Wool an. associ
ate editor of (lie Omaha Hit
ked for about forty-live
ules on the taking op ot journal
ism as a life work, and iold some
if the .stumbling block- thai con-!
fronted a person in lln line of
work and Ihe reward ilia! might
be expected for Hi" great amount
ol woi'u i mil wit- i;i'resMir, in i
person who mune me newspaper
iiisiness their pi ute-.-ion. He also
advised the votiu'- man about to
art out in life to set down and
, . i it. i i
carettiliy auaie ine siroug ami
weak points, where h's inclina
tion lay, and lo what profession or
trade it could best be devoted, lie
also pointed the great benefit of
the free press: how il and the free
public school had been the fore
runners of liberty of thought and
action and every great movement
for the belleriiieut of mankind
had been made possible b the
fact that Ihe press had agitated
and pushed Ihe mailer to a suc
cessful conclusion, and as long
as the press of the country was
free and tintrampled so long
would the liberties of Ihe people
flicrobes in Your Scalp
Authorities say that a microbe
causes baldness. If you are losing
hair try our remedy at our risk.
Profos-wir Unna, of Germany, and
Pr. SubonrBiid, th griat French
Derrnatolonift, claim that a mi
crobo ramfs baldnma, and their
theory ha.1 Ixrn verified by nminnnt
'icmtist.. Thin microbe d"H'royi
tbet hnir fnllirl'n. in time rmminit tha
oalp puf to i'Iohb and the rlp to
Keranmo sliiny. Then, it ia Mievod
nothing will revive thn growth. H
trrnn-'l Ixfnre this occur, baldness
rimy I; overcome.
We kfiow of nothing that, haa
givn ani'h nniverml atifvtion in
tr-uliiur, tlie ncalp and hnir as Recall
'" Hnir Tonic. It. Iim been de
Kiined aft'T lot) stii'ly to overcome
tli- fume of fitllirin huir as discovered
liv Ppif. Unnn, !r. piulmuraiid and
t h-'P sunlit hmi! h:tir aprciiiliit.s, and
we Mic vo it will dn morn than any
1 1kinie i-lso ran to rrmovcrlitmlnifT unl
Kioi l.iHir.R hair: and if any humnn
agcin . cm promote, u new kru.vta
of lur it will do that, ton.
Wo v mt yul to make us prove it.
Wo will pv for n mouth's treatment
c,i" Kexall "(;'," Hair Touio used dm
iiiK u ithil, if you will use it oc
rorli;,j; to directions, find arc not
thorcmirjilv mitisficd. When we will
do i, vmi surely k'ioiiIi) not hesitate
to at le ,-t try it.
St:;rl t h tn-itnient today. Your
mere n luost will n -t your money
' back it vo l w;-tit it. Two mjici: 50c
Yen ca-i hey Ib'inll "03" Hnir Tonifl
In this ciuiniuniiv onlv nt. our store;
deserving of much praise for the
most dainty refreshments served.
Mr. William A. Robertson, who
is teacher of Ihe Huilders' class,
presided at the meeting and in
troduced the different numbers on
the program, which included a
very pleasing solo by Mr. Andrew
Moore, accompanied by Miss
Klltel l.evda on the piano, which
was very much enjoyed by the
audience, as was the bass solo of
H. A. McKlwain, whose line voice
has so often pleased l'laltsiuoulh
people, and it is unnecessary to
stale that it was one of the most
enjoyable events of the evening.
These meetings are of untold
value lo the young men starting
out in life and everyone should
lake advantage of them to attend
and listen to Ihe different talks
along Ihe lines of the different
professions, as it places them in
a position where they can more
clearly see where their taste and
inclination for a lifework runs
and make Ihe right choice of a
profession. The. next number
will be "The Merchant," by C. G.
Helden of Omaha, on Friday even
ing, March 21, at the Presbyterian
G. FRICKE & CO.
TA J2.j Nehru-ska
Thcr is a Ttriul! ?t.ire in nrar'.y every town
tnd city in ttio I'nited Statea. t'nnt'i and
(.nut firitain. There is a dnTcrent Kexull
l:;'mc.!v (fir nrarlv every ordinary human ill
ivwli ipccially (l-'ini',! (or tuo particular ill
fr wMi'h il is rccuniUii.'uJi.'d.
The I'.oxall Sto'j arn America' Grtt
Charles Stone Here Visiting.
Charles S. Stone of Yampa,
Colorado, arrived in Nehavvka
last Wednesday evening for a few
days visit, with the many friends
at the old home. He is spending
a few days with his father, broth
ers and sister at. Nehavvka, but
no doubt will visit at other old
home points before returning
west. We have not seen Charley
since his arrival, bul are willing
to wager that he is the same
joval, whole-souled fellow lhal
he was years ago when he was
located al, Murray.
There are a few boxes of sta
tionery on our bargain counter.
You will have to hurry if you want
some while the price is so low.
11. Thou shall not hesitate lo
say "no" when thou nieaneth
"no," nor shall thou fail lo re
member lhal. there are times
when if is unsafe to bind Ihvself
y a hasty judgment.
10. Thou shall give every man
a square deal, llns is the last
and great coinmandnieid, and
there is no other like unto it.
Upon this commandment hang all
Ihe laws and prollts of Ihe busi
Attacked With Pneumonia.
The following has reference lo
a former IMal (smooth resident,
and one well known lo our people
"K. M. Clark, one of Ihe barbers
in the shop back of the postolllce.
has been unite sick for nuilo
long lime with an attack of pneu
monia. At last reports lie was
getting along as well as could be
Best Known Cough Remedy.
il'or forly-three years Dr.
King's New Discovery has been
known ttirouglioul l lie world as
the most reliable cough remedy.
Over three million bottles were
used last year. Isn't Ibis proof?
It will gel rid of your cough- or
we will refund your money. ,1. J.
Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes
the way hundreds of others have
done: "After twenty years. I llnd
that Dr. King's New Discovery is
the best remedy for coughs and
colds lhal I have ever Used." For
coughs or colds and all throat and
Iuiik I roubles, it has no eipial.
fiOc and Sl.no al I'. ('.. Fricke
Wait for Our Grand
A WONDERFUL surprise of
new Spring creations await
you at our opening, date of which
will be announced later. Our trim
mers are working fast to prepare
the most beautiful line of Spring
millinery this store has ever shown
and it will be to your interest to await the an
nouncement of our opening before you make the
selection of your new Easter hat.
3 . i
V. ZUCKER, Manager
exnocled and his many friend
"The Home of Guaranteed Values'
will be glad lo learn lhal he will
be able lo be out within the next
week or so."
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