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THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
3 Good Breeding Stations
LESS 22132 is an Eng
lish Shire and was foaled
in 1903. Bred by Mrs. Medli
cott, Bodenham, Leomins
ter, England. He is bay in
color, with white face, and
weighs 2000 pounds. Boden
ham is an excellent breed
er and has many fine colts
in Cass county that will
prove this statement.
HERBERT is a sorrel horse
weighing 1800 pounds
and is a good foal getter
PRIZELANDER A thoroughbred trotting stallion, is a jet
black and weighs 1200 pounds. He was foaled in 1907, by
Borolyptol 32229; dam Minaletta, by Wrestler 18754; grand dam
Minola, by Alpine 9G1 1: sire Borolyptol 32229, Electioneer. Jr.
The season of 1914 for these horses will be made at my farm
one mile south of Mynard.
The Great Breeding Jack "Tom"
Tom is a black jack with white points and weighs 1000 lbs.,
good bone and a sure foal getter. He will also make the entire
season at my farm.
Xnrmn or Herbert and Prizelander S10 to insure colt
I R rm S to stant am suck. For Bodenham and jack Tom
I wiiiiui $15 to insure colt to stand and suck. Care will
be taken to prevent accidents but will not be held responsible
should any occur. When parties dispose of mares or remove from
the county service fee becomes due and payable immediately.
W. A. FIGHT, Owner.
Mi OLD Til
Old Plattsmouth Man Writes of
Early Days in the Railroad
THEJL H. B. G.
Address to Young Men Ono Filled
With Many Good
From Wednesday's IaU
A xery i'K'as.intr lecture xas
pixon at t lio Young Men's Ihhle
-la rints Monday exor.in-r by
Mr. U. V. Tourtelolle of Lincoln,
who xx;s isiting m the city at
the h:ne of his sister. Mrs. Wil
liam Haird. and who kindly eu
sented to address the .u:ng men.
l'reeedmg th leolure two ery
pleasing vocal selections wore
gixen hy Mrs. A. O. Kgcenherger.
xxhieh wore greatly enjed by
the oimu" mn and their friends,
and disjdaed the splendid
musical talents that are
sossed hy this rharminu: lady.
Mrs. Ilaird also gaxo two read
ings that were much enjoyed and
added greatly to the pleasantness
of the evening.
The address of Mr. Tonrtelotle
was on the subject of "The Ideal
Man." and he took up and dis
cussed in part the nine qualities
which enter into the making of
the ideal man. The address was
a clear-cut one and the facts that
were hrou' ht out ly the speaker
were very useful in pointing the
way to stealer and lcler
achievements t,. t!i, xounu- mi
x!. compose the bibb" class, aad
they appreciated to the utmost
the rare opportunity to hear th-
lecture of M Tourteiotte, At
the close of the lecture a short
business ses-.i.n ,.f the class was
Mrs. M. Archer Returns Horre.
From Tu3cy' rH..
Mrs. M. Archer returned yes
eda fr;n r.!iir;v.o. whore she
was called a few days ago hy the
illness and death of her -tster.
who passed away hefore her ar
rival there. The hrother-in-law
of Mrs. Archer, who was ,-juil
sick, with pneumonia, was si;-i.
ly improved at the time Mr-.
Archer returned homo, and the
attending physicians held out the
hop. that he might recover from
Single Comh White l.euhorns.
Yesterlaid strain. Itred to "shell
out euirs t ti winter. Acknow-lod-od
the best hy IT Slate K
perimeijt stations. Kg as, $I.rt
per loo for -vT.oo, Kmpiiro
f ;race Vallerv.
Typewriter paper at tho Journal
O. Sand in. D. V. M
graduate of the Kansas City
Veterinary Col'.-ge, is per-
manently located in Plaits.
mouth. Calls answered
day or night. 'Phone 35.
Oflioe COG Main.
The Celebrated Young Jack
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Sandors is an excelleut
youaji Jack, coming a
years tJd. weighittjs 1V0
pounds, plenty of extra
heavy Invne, black vith
Sandors (32?S) was
foalodJune 2, 1WU: his
sire was San Salvador,
2d, by S,Uvav!vr im
jxrttl frvnn Spidn, San
dors. was trwl and owned
He has been inspvttl
bv Frank Busch of Villa RKLie, Mw
this ?lrit by inc Slate ltspcctor and is sound in every way.
Sandors will make the season w ln nt our Ihxjuo, sax
miles west of Murray, and six miles east of Mauley, every day
in the week.
$15 to insure colt to stand up and suck. Parlies disposing
of marcs or removing from the locality, service foe Uxvmes
due and must be id Immeviiately. All care will le taken to
prevent accideiits, but owners will not be responsible should
From Weilnos Jay's rally.
The Journal has just received
lrom C. v . i.ivt'ii. fvtr many j
years a resident of this city, a
very intei est imr h'tlor f the old
tiinos in this section and it will J
prohahly he vry interest iuir to;
the old friends of Mr. (Ireen. as .
well as the older residents of th (
city. The letters is as follows; !
Kditor Journal: j
lear Sir U has heroine quite'
a popular custom nowdays for j
the people in various way tj
celehrate the anniversary of the;
most noted events in the annals i
of their lifetime. Least we for-j
uet to honor this eus'.oin. thoj
writer's request is that thej
Piattsinoutti Journal n:ae a
record of the me::;. a ahh event oT
two men who sought to cast their
i lot as pioneers aniouc the un-1
jvvUied ludiar.s and whites efj
!the wild and woolly we-t and that j
'a copy of same he filed a;uonc tlie;
(archives of the Journal, there to;
rei'iain suoreu to lue memory n
these men iutil tire or time shall
h'ot out its emi:y. As a rule there!
;.re three n 'ted epochs in the life!
of all poop!. hiith, mariia-jei
and Scat h h second is s,aie-
i:'!ies omitted and ontimes re-!
prated on a s?d.mr c:o, hv.t thej
lirst and third are lived hy an un-
alteralde law, vet we have no i
knov!ed-e of these most ous.i.j
tioaal events. lake the coinot.j
we come across- the continent and'
leaving a trail of h!essjnc ;!;e
world or nothm. to leave ousv
name for o,,l to posjerty j
Two h'd!er crafis-uen had for
years lahrovl s:d. hy side jn the:
lialtimore , (hso railroad shops!
at Ituleski. Ohio. lousiness ha, I ,
run ah'i;--' sn: oth!v so far as'
puMic i'pir.b'n had Ir.owlcdpc, upi
until Octoher, ISTe. Grant was!
in t!ie preiieatial chair. when
like a clap of thunder from ai
clear sk a t'.nancial crash took;
place in the e..st. paralv ..in j
husiness almost to a stantlstill.;
especially th railroad husiness.
Mnt were tul hi hair time and.
hundieds of them wore turned oll'i
with iK'tliinu: to do. The far west ;
was not so hadiy atVected and,
!i:en who had no families scat-
lered throughout the country.;
mostly westward, for new field-'
of lahor. lleports from those!
wln had u.'iio west were favor-'
aide for he! tor tiaes. The Horace i
Greeley ailv ice. "(to west voun'j
man. arrested the a.ttention of;
evervhody who desired a material j
change f.r ihe future welfare of)
their families. The crisis was on j
for weal or woe with myself.;
pardner and our families. Thej
first of May. tS7S. we hid our;
families farewell, to hunt homos;
in the wo-l. YYo hou-ht our
tickets at Cincinnati for Coad. j
Nchraska. via Indiana, Illinois;
and Iowa. It was an event Tnl;
trip, like uoirvr to V'.urope a hun-!
lred years airo. Our tickets told!
the conductor how to handle us!
ami our haucasie, and vve forgot
iur appetites for three davs.j
Sunday morninc. May Sd. vvoi
were told that we were at Conn-;
cil lllulYs. Iowa. We crossel thej
Cnion I'aritie hridye inti Oma-1
lha's covv-sheil depot and met an;
.old friend vhv had just precislcd
jus a few months, Omaha at t hat I
jtime luvl nv Sunday or civic rules'
oto ohs,re the Sahhath as a day!
:of rest, Alt days were alike to:
J the people of Omaha and CoUMcil!
3 I'dutYs, We wore our stove-pipei
Jhats and craft hades ai'vl were!
. tohl in Omaha that Co,;ad was aj
jdeail town and t to e any j
j further we-t. We sold our tick
jets and rcmamed in Omaha for aj
I fevv 5ays and looked around
!ttrvurh the (,'wii for work, hut
! found nothing domu; were tvdvl
jthat vve were a mouth ahead of
the sprinc work. We puMed out
j for Lincoln aid vitred work on
jlhe it, ,. M. My pardaor pulled
out for IV. t-hnr, Kansas, hut
-not securing vvok there, return-
ed to Plattsmouth and trot work
!iii the car shops, anl is and has
jheen a tuodol oilmen of PhUN-
liioulh oyer since. We, the writer.
after the huildinc oT a depot at
Ueatrioo. tnoved to Plattsmouth
for two years and then to Omaha
for yovrn years, and hack to
Plattsmouth for tilt eon voars as
a shop hand in the coach depart
meat under Wash Smith a
I superintendent, and he was a
gT-srs'aay 'j),,,, 'ajw.gBiwgia5iLa-; "" "M i.-i. it ,m.L u a imx c." f.tii1 ejbjm -. am .... . .-t ,. ... . ..-e-,. Jh - ..... . jljumuiib,' .wii
Owing to the handicap we were under in the past three months of bein too far out of the trading ciistric:
and being unable to obtain a better location, we find ourselves forced to quit business. FRIDAY, MARCH
27th wiil bring for the people of Plattsmouth and surrounding country the opening of the greatest of all price
slashing carnivals ever heard of. Here is your chance and only chance to get yoyr spring wants at a legiti
mate sale at BANKRUPT PRICES, as we must turn the entire stock into cash to satisfy our creditors ar.J
SAVE OUR GOOD NAME- Read every item and walk down a little out of your way to this sale and et
well paid for it. LOOK FOR THE YELLOW SIGNS.
-vs X .'
c; ' vt-s rwN-vt
AT GIVEN AWAY PRICES
Boys Suits in grey and brown
well worth $100. aes 7Q
8 to 1G. during this sale. . tpl. I J
Boys' Suits in all wool, brown and
mixed cheviots a AO
greet bargain 10
Youths all vool suits, elegantly
made and trimmed J QJ"
well worth S10 pU.uD
Youths Suits in blue serge and
and grey worsteds, ages
13 to 20
Youth s Suits of the the very tines:
an wool cheviot a ro jr
regular 51 S seller
Just a Few Overcoats
left from last season and they will
go at less than one-third el their
value. It will pay jou to rut one
away for next winter.
All of our Union made Overalls in
Headlights and R. R. qual- on
ity- at this sale OXC
A lot cf Men's Suits just came in
to sell for S10 a: this (Jj
Men's blue strir-eii suits, sires up to
44. a regular SI2
y en's gray and brown Sui:s. heavy
and Lignt fcig!it you nr
can't miss that ...yUJJ
Men's worsted and worsted chevk :t
Suits a bargain at $ 15 QT QJ
now a: y J J
" r . V
Men's all wool serg?s. well t
and lined, all sires up
Men s Sl.) Pants 93c
Men's $2.00 Punt $135
Mens SilijO all wool pants.. S1.S5
Mens S3. 30 st-re i. casin:ere 52.45
Men's S3 extra tine pants. . .53.15
All of our 30c. 75c and SI knicker-
UK-ker pants. s;;es o to QA
" 1 - i
lt years, ail ixlcr; .
STORE FOffl RESIST AND FIXTURES FOR SALE
i3c l?aby Shoes, all sit 3Sc
$1.00 Children Shoes 65c
fl.'J5 Childrens Shoes 89c
m t:i int.' Ihwj ?s1 1?? ts . '""V
l.v liuur vtmc . iiv"v . . . . vy -syv
$:I.0 Misses (iim letals Jbl.OD
s Plow Shoes Sl.95
$:.."0 Men's Klaek. au! Tan .
f 2.50 L:i.Iie JLue or Butt
$:.(o Ladies Gun
$o.5i Iidie Kitra Fin'
$4.0' Nubuek Shi
All kinds of Oxfords at less than the real cost of manufacture.
89c. A lot of Men's Sample Hats, actual worth $2.50 and $3, now 89c
o o Choice of our Kimona Aprons in blue OO
$JC tan and fancy stripes, all sizes OJC
All of our
at prices that
will pay you
to lay away
, for next
Cre Arm U:nls 5c
lue llnAVii Sx 7c
o ll:inlkerehiefs. . . . 4c
"e lt.ision barters.. 1Gc
Te Sn-ienIers .16c
T0e rnderwf'ar 39c
si.'.T Tnion Suits.... 79c
75c CAPS 39c
:'.e Taney Hose 14-c
;fi.oo n-es shirts. .. ,G9c
Te Snn iarters. . . . . .15c
.Me llie SnspeulTs..23c
lOe l.andanas 6c
lOe Hi'okford S 7c
O O All of our Work Shirts in blue, brown OQ
OZfC and stride, also light shirts OuL.
Chcice cf all fancy vaists
in mescaline, shsdow or
allover laces, actual val
ue. $3 and 50
A lot of Nurses Skirts in
panama and serge, brown
black, cheap at S2.50 now
For Choice of all fancy
skirts of the very latest
shapes, goods and styles.
Some worth up to $10.00
Q p Choice of our Houe Dres-t ? all
tOC sires worth up to 52
M-:-. s n ;;.., ....... ,72c
tr,r i'..;r-"." ijr'.'r- Sc
s 1 .i.I Lai-- s I" .::... 63c
st.: n.in.i i:as e?c
N -1 SL.rt..39c
:r.- Tu:.:.- :.. tfi- 33c
15c ARROW CCLLARS 9c
IT.- l.i.:.' S: 9C
ITe Cb.r. i"- W h.:- !! 7;
.:.e I.a.i..- !I " S;.; ; -'.T-..1SC
'"e r.hi!!r"M's . 1tc
.'.in !.a w .-.i:-r- 9Sc
i.e I.:f!:-s l!.i:-..!A-reh:-f- .. 3c
ah c f
OH All of our tleeced r.bteJ. bal-r.m Oi
OuC and Perosknit underwe.
or. regular -Vv OtC
I? CI ut almost IU'W National Cash Krister and StauJ. style
I4 OF OSlGI would have to pay $250 for besules the stand
-a max hi lie v.-i
Lt iAUWUU 1
n m. n (3)m
Across from Court House
v:sl bs. Wo hie been, in
tMnsl in tbo t few enrs ro
fvrnss bae been inaugurated in
the 5nns wnd work s eont rolled
tv better sytenvs than of re.
There were a tew faetot s m tte
tnanaenient ttuvt deserved what
they fce-l, Maty of our old hop
ootnrade are oit of tte serxiee
tist of life, and we hepe to meet
them m tte bo and be.
T.. W. iireen,
ISIS ,1 Street,
Tywrltr ribbons at the Jour
MEETING LAST N1SHT
n by the t'.n
dri'.J lea n vf t'.i
tlx"1 J v -
order under ti e : .),:,-h:i th " - "4 u : "'l
s,. t!:.4 t K- W . -: .
.! vs . :t t i.I . ;
The Wo.!nuu Civele last
evening held a nnt enjoyable
and l.vrcely attended r.netir.c at
their loilso rootns in ttn ,. i. f.
W. ball. There were two new
candidates initiated into the
mysteries of the order at tho
meeting; tho floor work being put
oaptain. Mrs. M. K. Mav.S'-aT.
The members f the !.vrv ti-a
nule arruncetretrt s k !j. i t u
social d .neo e.i t to- evet'.is-c f
April ti. the Tnes.iax aCer li-t.
or. ativi tno eeasi -ron:s, i
b one of nuo'h merit jt'-.lt
pleasure to the r.-.e:v.tvrs a'. l .
their fnetrds. This .rir ha.
t'oxxn t b4 one f the !ar;-st
rr .t! s v-.-.,
CASTOR I A
Per T-- id C-larsn.
and m. st vrt.v. m the eitx t TV, YC3 EiH r-iljl EIt
and the tnt urbers are or:ta J
strixiuc to lrir.,r it still further
to tho front and aro Tit:r.c with gr&r o
great ucess m their x rk. a
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