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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1916)
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HERMAN'S U.S. ARMY
In Tan Willow Calf or
Guc Metal. A hand-
last, designed by
You never saw
a shoe like it
for wear, com
toe, sole leather
inspected. Lining of
specially tested drill. A solid
leather shoe that will jrivethe
wear of the civilian shoe that
sells for$G. This is one of the
shoes Uncle Sam huvs for his
soldiers. IT'S A 1VOItLl
iSUATElt.. Seethe Army line.
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South sixth street - a
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THE NEWEST DESIGNS IN
Jewelry, Silverware, Guf Glass and oveltias!
Being constantly in touch with the
leading manufacturers of the country,
our store is always keeping pace with
the latest styles in our line.
When new and beautiful designs
are created, we are among the first
stores of the country to show them.
Our displays will interest you.
There are some very new and beau
tiful goods, something to please every
one. Distributor jor the Vict vvh'.
HAT'S A gooda honie-com-
That isn't I-atin, or
Japanese, or any foreign
language, but plain American; and it
"What's the good of home-coming?"'
It was Young tlrouch who said it.
(For the grouch is not always old, by
What's the good of home-coming'.' A
sood deal of good, to a good many
It does a lot of good tc the man and
woman who come home, no matter
from whnico they come.
To remember and to bo remembered
to cherish and bo cherished that
is about the greatest joy in life.
To find we are not forgotten our
selvs to recall old places and old
laces that is life's keenest pleasure.
It warms the heart and when the
heart warms it expands.
It's great to see a hand stretched
out for something besides your money.
It gets you to reaching out for
something besides money, too.
It. gets you to recalling quiet pleas
ures wMu a glow, and old friends with
Ono great thing about friendship is
thai it inereasos-tfilf-respoct.
For, to have friends, you must be
worthy of them.
You may get wealth by luck
Position by pull
Kven health by good fortune
Hut you must earn your friends.
The old friend were your lirst
You had less then, perhaps, of
wealth and knowledge but you won
You must have been a pretty fair
fiort of man or woman, or boy or
You kept thrm even through sepa
ration and you must have been a
fair port of person to do that.
Why, you have come homo to find
out what a fine fellow you ready
Former residents of Plattsmoulh are invited to call on us
during their visit to the old home and look over an ex
cellent example of safety first in business methods,
intelligently worked out by competent officials.
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-The Oldest Bank in Cass County
Capital and Surplus $75,000.00
J. W. CRASILL,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
"Your Kind eh
of a rH
Ralstons for Satisfaction!
Er While other shoes may have Style or Comfort
pr or Service, none offer such a satisfactory combina-
g tion of all three as Ralstons. They are at once the
shoe of the well
dressed, the busy man
(who must have com
fort) and the man who
looks first to his pocket
Isn't it quite likely that
they would be yot
kind of a shoe
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And home-coming is a good thing
for those old friends a?, well.
It gives them joy to know you care
enough about the old friends and the
old community to come back.
It makes them want to bo worthy
of your faith and friendship.
It makes them proud of tho old
town, and the country 'round about.
It gives them joy to bo remembered
When you come back they no long
er feel any regret that they never went
They know that a place that Is
good enough to conio back to is good
enough to stay in.
Whatever the world is, or any part
of it, this proves that tho old home
town is best of all.
They feel that they have kept tho
When you come, here is the old
And the old friends
The old streets, tho old trees
The old sky and grass
Waiting to welcome you.
They have kept the light burning
in the window
The flame glowing on tho altar of
Until the prodigal returned.
Idessed are the faithful!
iWiie Tfourr Momjue Jor
It's a good thing for the town.
Towns are like people they ought
to put on their best clothes now and
To clean up the back yards, and
hang out the flag
To clip the lawn and paint the
After you get away you will tell
others what a good town the old town
How surprised you were at Nts
growth and enterprise
Its shaded streets and well-kept
Tho old town will : be an inspira
tion And you will be an advertisement.
Perhaps you will even decide to
are invited to call
on us and look over our plant and
make themselves at home.
What's the good of home-coming?
A good deal of good, to a good many
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