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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1916.
PLATTSMOUTH SFM I-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Low One-Way Fares West
During Colonist Period
March 25 to April 14
To Utah, Idaho, Konlana, Nevada,
California, Oregon, Washington,
Colonist fare tickets may be used on any train carrying
Pullman Tourists Sleeping Cars or Chair Cars and op
time as well as money on your Pacific Coast trip
bv using tne iasr. mrougu luuusi anu ove
rrating to California and the Pacific Northwest.
For information relative to fares, routes, stopover pri
vilege?, and literature pertaining to the west, -apply to
Local Agent or address
V. S. BASINGER, G. P. A Omaha, Neb.
Don C. Rhoden of Murray was in
the city today for a few hours look
ing after some matters of business
i.nd calling: on his many friends.
MORE WHEAT ON
ktrnn a m n r it nnf ft n .i .
IMrnhHtNutt rHtliVfo President s
mm a m m v
Twice as Much Held as Last Year,
Say the Government
Jacob Meiinger Still 111.
f-.in V.'in sday's Pailv.
.- , frien-i, Jacob Meisinjrer,
'. r.i.- beer, confine-:! to his home for
- -. . :A weeks nasi suffering- from i
.:.".".-m. is reported
Mrs. W. II. Seybert of Cullom was
in the city yesterday visiting for the
as fieir: , j.,,. tVi Virmf rtf Mr nnr! Mr; -T rVi n
improved, although snii tar , vicNur!in, returning home yesterday
i -a-1!, and experiences a preat afternoon on the
: ( dilTii-ulTy in p-eitir.fr around.
rr.ar.y fiicndr of this penial tren-r.:.-!
trj-t that he will soon bea bie
nu'-ter tht- painful ailment and be
his friends njrain.
the fine iine of fancy station
C. T. Richards of South Eend was
in the city today for a few hours look-
in? after some matters of business at .
the court house.
S3.000.00 private money to loan on
We can nil the jrood Cass County farm.
I T. H. POLLOCK.
"AVIXG leased the Smith Garage on f.th and
L Vine Streets. Plattsmouth. vre earnestly so
licit your patronage. We will have competent me
chanics at all times to look after your wants, Mr.
Theo Amick being one of them. We will carry a
good line of Auto supplies. We want your livery
business in town as well as in the country. Call
us day or night. Phone No. 15.
Tlie 10o feed yard is now open in connection
with the Smith Garage.
Washington, D. C, March 15. Re
ports to the United States department
of agriculture show that the farmers
of Minnesota and Nebraska had twice
as much wheat left on farms, and the
farmers of the Dakota three times as
much, as they had at the same time
Minnesota reports show 20,558,000
bushels of wheat still on the farms
ihis March, about the same amount as
two years ago, but twice as much as
last sprinpr, when only 10.314,000 bush
els were reported.
As Much as Two Years.
Nebraska farms this year report
23,811,000 bushels still on farms, al
most as much as last year's report.
10,899,000 bushels, and that of the
year before, 13,712,000 bushels, added
North Dakota reports this year
close to 40,000,000 bushels still on the
farms, as agrainst 15,000,000 a year
ago and less than 15,500,000 two years
South Dakota has on farms this
year nearly 18,000,000 bushels, as
aprainst less than 7,000.000 a years ajro
and 9,000,000 two years ago.
Iowa has this year 3.734.000 bush
els, as compared with 3,014,000 a year
ag-o, and 4,203,000 two years ago.
Similar Increase in Oats.
Similar, but smaller, increases are
reported in the oats left on the farms.
Minnesota reports 55.094,000 bush
els, as compared with 31,500.000 a
j year ago and less than 30.000,000 two
Nebraska reports Sl.r.80,000, as
compared with about 29,232.000 a
year ago and 22,058,000 two years
North Dakota reports 52,920,000, as
compared with about 27,000.000 for
each of the last two years, and South
Dakota. 34,052,000, as against about
18.000.000 for each of the last two
Iowa reports 79,200,000 bushels, as
against 01,000,000 in 1915 and 07,000,.
000 two years ago.
More Barley This Year.
Much the same situation is shown
as to barley, too.
Minnesota reports 11,529,000 bush
els still on farms March 1. as against
8,240.000 bushels a year ago and 10,
i 738,000 two years ago.
j Nebraska reports 1,107,000 bushels
March 1, as against 797,000 a year
j ago and only 370,000 two years ago.
I North Dakota reports 13,440,000
'; bushels of barley this March, as
j against about 7,000,000 each of the
last two years, and South Dakota 0,
1 960,000, as compared with 5,083,000 a
i year ago, and 3,850,000 two years ago.
j Iowa reports 2,845,000 bushels this
i vp.ir. as compared with 2.059,000 a
year ago and 2,300,000 two years ago
Nebraska Gains in Corn.
In corn, however, Minnesota is a
! striking exception to the general con
dition reported. There are 8,094,000
, bushels, where a year ago there were
an example of
decorative art never
equaled in the his
tory of cake decorat
ing an example of
ness and whole
would be a pride to j
anv housewne. it is ?1
Speakers at State Meeting Keiteratea
Endorsement 'f the
1 1 1 DEMOCRATS
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111 KIND WILS
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E-'S fcr rnnnnrnTP fnr 15 BP
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for mm m sloan
Hastings. Neb., March 15. Judge
Vv. L. Stark of Aurora will be the
democratic opponent of Congressman
V Sloan in the I'ourth district ami 1 rank
Taylor of St. Paul will oppose Con-
Kinkaid, according to the
the meeting of the state
1 m Dfhuit
rjl j afternoon.
Vor tate superinteiukT.t the den
'M i crats will run V. II. Clemmons, pre
Wonderful Wall Papers
are those shown in our
latest arrivals. They are
as much superior to or
dinary wall coverings as
a handsome rug is to a
rag carpet. If you have
any idea at all of repa.
pering don't under any
circumstances choose the
paper without seeing our
samples. You will surely regret it if you do.
PAINT and PAPER STORE
Riley Hotel Block, PlatUmouth, Nebraka
This world-famous Wilson-Gait
was made by Mr:-.
Marian Cole Fisher
and Miss Pansy Bow
en, both well known
Domestic Science Ex
perts. Calumet Bak
ing Powder was used
because both ihe-e ex
perts use it exclusively
in the ir wo; k and
know it is the pure-:,
tlie safest, thj rn;st
wholesome and econo
mical to use.
So do millions of
housewives who use it
every bakeday so wi'l
you if you try it c.n
the things hardest to
Send your name and
address for frei? recipe
and history of the
Wedding Cake. Then
bake one just like it
nrUi" I iir i't-H. l.x; -
i; ions. Chicago ::n'i l'ar
Baking Powder Co.
of the F'-emont normal school.
M Murr.iii'' of Lincoln was en-
- - L 1 ( ' ' ' 7
il i dored f"'- elector from the First dis-
lj Pi 11 trie t. Otto Baumarn of Omaha for
fj psi I the Second district and George Beha
'A $i pA! tf Merr.a, Custer county, for the Sixth
fh m Hi for vice I
l?1 fc?!ik Caddis.
resolution was pa.'sed endorsing
V. KiaC" OI li'lVCI IiUI .uu.. iivau
niesident. introduced by E.
The resolutions were as
fA IM m an
?A m h :-
r.-'i been comment.
13 fe m ! irrec. will
&i m m "Whereas
'ig j rur.rur.c mate 101
Announcement has been
. ,. ' -mi-
r jl lT s in zt.v jo
ay the RBGHT Prices!
BOTTLED IX BOND.
Old Taylor, full quarts ....$1.23
Yellowstone, full quarts 1.23
Greenbrier, full quarts 1.25
Cedar Brook, full quarts 1.25
T. W. Samuels, full quarts 1.25
O-car P'-'-per, full quarts 1.23
E nd t: Ldlard, full quarts 1.25
Sunny Brook, full quarts
Gref n River, full quarts
ilil! u: Hill, full quarts
Guckenheimer Rye, full quarts.
Schenl y Rye, full quarts
Old Elk, full quarts 1.25
01 J Bridgeport Rye, full quarts.. 1.25
Finch Golden Wedding Rye, full
Large Rye, full quarts 1.25
Clarke's Pure Rye, full quarts.. 1.00
Golden Sheaf, full quarts 1.00
Iler's Pure Rye, full quarts 1.00
White Corn Whiskey, full quarts 1.00
Old Ciow, short quarts 1.25
Old Hermitage, short quarts... 1.25
Four Quarts Shipped Prepaid.
GOLDEN WEST WHISKEY, BOT
TLED IN BOND, FOUR QUARTS,
$3.20 CHARGES PREPAID.
Our Own Bottling, 10J PROOF WHIS
KIES, 8 and 10 Years Old.
Eond & Lillard .
T. W. Samuels f
Hill & Hill
Guckenheimer Rye .
Old Overholt Rye .
Six Quarts or Two Gallons of Our Own
Bottling SHIPPED PREPAID.
SUNK 1ST CALIFORNIA WINE
6 YEARS OLD.
No Better Wine Can Be Had.
Gal. V2. Gal. Full Qt.
Port $1.75 $0.90 $0.50
Sherry 1.75 .90 .50
Angelica 1.75 .90 .50
Muscatel 1.75 .90 .50
One Full Gallon Old Federal Reserve Whiskey, 100 Proof $2.00
'Free Imported China Coupons With Each Sale!
D nnO 16th and Capital Ave.,
Q M A H A, NEB.
All Mail Orders Given Prompt nd Careful
i4 m i
n ps m
1 . V,-.t tV.r- pv.-c-utive of this state
official who.-'j service.-; in the state
1 to the democratic part' have
! to the- highest tie-
ceii OUI u! l iiiPi!u;.auuii,
Democrat? of thi? ?4.ale
recognize the nece-sity of having as
our worthy presi-
a rrjr.n ct wncra in-.'.
the country hc.-
r the ofr'ice must
i.l ' who-e qualifjcati
:Jl:nt i- with and adh-rc to the splendid
1 democratic principle.- which Preideni
hi Wilson has so stunliiy put into effect.
with the aid of a demociatic conre?s;
therefore, L.J it
"Keolvel. That the democratic
. . v - . 1 .. 1 .
$ t state ct itral committee 01 ,en:a.-uu
conrner.db to the dt-ni crats of tlie r.a
' ;.-.. thn .!. i:,!;; -v (S Govpi nor Jchn
ly the soun;l business principles which
t ;ie has injected irto nil poblic affairs.
ho solendidlv eicint administration
! 1 11 a : tl.. t ' ,i
iwnicn ne 1.1 s n yw-n ll i
NeLraska and the fact that hes tands
20,30.000 and two yea
t. t . .1 i .r .., 1,-1 t
1:1 lo.va. iot tf lepun ui vl-... i: v , tr.1.f.m:peRti v a? a representative of
cn farms has drtpped from 1 25,171,- , .. -rili. . , intvts of the state
000 two years ago and 110.1: 3,000 a ; ' .T
year ago to only b7,S00,0 0 this I .r" um(,t in th eve-
1 X'w'UUHl inv. kui.uvw
larch. Trrro ty Ac lu w. TT.
J 11'. y I JtlT k. - i v. KU.VA. . ...
On the other hand, Nebraska this Thompson of Grand Island, I. J. Dunn
year reports cn the farms ."Wj Omaha. C. W. Prvan of Lincoln,
bushels, practically the same as re- j Reith Neville of North Piatte, W. F.
ported by Iowa, while a year ago Ne- ; q , f:f 0mah:, john W. Cut-
braska reported only 71,320.000 bu,h- J j of L;ncoln Edsrar Howard of
els, about half of Iowa's ncrure, and j r . . ne. M y pnrov of Ciav Cen-
two years ajro only 21,W).wd, less J . n Oldham of Kearnev.
The speakers without exception en-
feeling the utmost confidence in my
ability by reason of experience, energy
and patriotism to succeed.
"I believe in pood officials, and I be
lieve in commending1 good officials for
their work. I feel a pride in com-1
mending the services of an official like
Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, whose
independence of thought and action
has distinguished him in the national
congress, and attracted favorable
comment from leaders at the nation's
capitol to our great state. I am
pleased likewise to praise the common
sense, businesslike administration of
Governor Morehead, whose practice of
small economies has saved the state
nearly half a million dollars, and who
has fully demonstrated that a capable
business man, rather than n experi
mental reformer, is the kind of man
Nebraska needs in the gubernatorial
Has No Hobbies.
"It cannot he truthfully said that I
have any hobbies, but there are three
propositions near to my heart. First,
the creation and maintenance of a
neimanent publicity bareau to furnish
reliable information as to the varied
and wonderful resources of our state
Second, the further development of
good roads. Third, the protection of
indication rights of the farmers of Ne
braska from the encroachments of
water users in the states of Colorado
"I believe my position on the moot
ed question of prohibition is well un
derstood. I shall hope that no one
misunderstands me, for I believe that
the people have a right to know the
position of a candidate for governor
with reference to the proposed amend
ment. I shall vote against it. Al
though a total abstainer myself, I
favor the regulation of the liquor traf
fic rather than the attempt to prohibit
it. I have been frequently advised to
straddle this issue, but I am not
naturally a straddler, and I see r
reason why a candidate should not
i-peak out clearly on ihis vexed ques
tion which has so often been projected
into politics by politicians and for
"I am emphatically in favor of the
renomination and election of President
Woodrow Wilson. I applaud his rare
judgment in avoiding the pitfall." set
by those who sought top lunge us into
war. His record is such that the sober-
minded patriotism of the nation can
not afford to desert him in this trying
"Embarrassed by the withdrawal of
members of his cabinet in times of
direct need by men whose obligations
to the public, if r.ct of friendship,
ahould have made them his strong
right arm. he has measured up to the
highest standard of loyal devotion to
the American people.
"In this campaign I have no en
tangling alliances. I have made ro
promises and expect to make none I
cannct conscientiously keep. My ca
reer is in its infancy; it may be short.
But, whether thort or long, it shall
never be truthfully said of me that I
deceived a friend or betrayed u tru-t
to fcurther my political aims."
than a fourth of the Icwa figure.
dorsed and praised the administration
Bert Jamison and Dr. G. II. Gilmore , ,Vnn(1rm,. wil.-on. Stoecker an-
of Murray were here today for a few r n, n:,.if rmnosod to prohibition
and Neville made his position plain.
hours looking after some matte::
business and calling on friends.
Adam Ilild was in the city for a
few hours today visiting with his sons
and calling on his many friends.
J. D. Shrader came in this after
noon from Omaha, where he had been
looking after some matters of business.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
S. C. Rhode Island Pvcd eggs for
hatching, 7oc per setting at the house,
by express $1.00 per setting, by the
100 S4.00 at the house. The very best
A few hundred "Progressive" and
"Superba Everbearing Strawberry
plants for sale at ?1.00 per 100.
W. B. Porter,
Mynard, Neb. Thone Platts.4021.
CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH.
Many sick and tired women, with
aches and pains, sore muscles and stiff
joints, do not know that their kidneys
are out of order. Mrs. A. G. Wells,
Box 90, Route 5, Rocky Mount, N. C.,
writes: "I am taking Foley Kidney
Pills, and cannot praise them enough
for the wonderful benefit I derived in
such v. short while." Sold everywhere.
? Carpenter and
Mr. Neville said in part:
"I recognize as two paramount con
siderations of a candidate for gover
nor, that, first, he is substantially in
accord with the policies of President
Wilson, and second that he be quali
fed by education, temperament and
business experience to firmly grasp
the problems of that office.
"I am Nebraska bo:n and bred, and
aside from the time spent in college,
while my father was in congress, I
have never resided outside of Lincoln
"Although I have traveled with my
family here and there throughout the
country and feel that I am reasonably
we'l acouainted with economic condi-
i tions, and although I finished my
classical education in Maryland, I have
never seen or investigated an institu
tion where I would rather educate my
children than at the University of Ne
braska. "All that I possess in the world is
invested in Nebraska. Naturally, as a
citizen or as the chief executive of
T ; ihe state I would be deeply interested
!- in its welfare and development. If
chosen to take up the task of grap
pling with the problems of the ex
ecutive office, I may be pardoned for
Pal terpen uynn
! 1 GARAGE cJ
Corner Seventh and Vine Streets, Plattsmouth, Neb.
$100 Reward, $100
Repairs, Additions and
of All Kinds.
P O - OX 34S
ivi a 1 1 viuors vai von rromiJi nu waiciui . a ...
Attention. Address Department No. 5 t-i-i--&rV
! The readers of this raier will be cleaned t4
, leara that there ia at l'iist one dreaded dineaM
i tlint science has been able to cure ia all It
' nacres, and thnt Is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive rure Dow known to the med-
v leal frattrnitr. Catarrh bein;r a constitutional
! disease, requires a constitutional treatment,
i llall"s Catarrh Cure Is tiken internally, acting
J. ; directly uKn the blood and mucous purfaces of
j the system, tiiereby destroying the foundation
: vt the disease, end fItIiik the patient strength
i by building up the constitution and assisting na-
tiire In dotti? its work. The proprietors bare
3. m much f-ilTh iu its curative powers that they
- ofTr One Hundred IMlnrs for any case that It
. fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial.
X Address F. J. CHEXEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Fold by ali Prugtrists, 7oc.
Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation.
IST'Now is the time to have your car put in first-class
condition for summer driving. They all look alike to us;
we can handle any of them and guarantee satisfaction.
We have the largest and best equipped
Garage in Plattsmouth.
Best Grade of Auto Oil Supplies and Accessories
Complete Stock of Ford Rapairs on hand at all times
Just received Millinery of the latest Spring
style in Imported Panama and Milan Hemps.
No Higher than $3.75
Also Panama and Hemp shapes at $1.50
and$1.75. sv AlsoY received a nice line of
Spring Coats, Dresses, Boy sj Suits and
Shoes for"" Everybody.
Come in and see us
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