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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1916)
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Our blankets were purchased nine months ago, thus giving you the benefit
of an early buy and thereby saving you money were these blankets priced on the
present high cotton and woolen markets. Our blankets are of the highest grade,
combiningquality, style and high-grade workmanship, resulting in clean, good- look
ing merchandise. . ;
Grey, plain and fancy border,, small size for single bed,
Creypde.r: fl.,n.S:.S: ..... .$1.25, $1.40, $1.50 and
"Wool Finished' blankets, grey with colored borders,
full size, prices $2.00 and
Wool Nap blankets, plaid, beautiful patterns,
full size, prices $3.25, $2.50, $4.25 and
All Wool Blankets, Scotch Plaid and black and
red check, prices $8.50 and
State Board of Agriculture Says the
Yield is Worth Twenty Mil
CHASE COUNTY LEADS ALL
Small baiting, high grade cottons 12 l-2c, 15c, 17 l-2c, 20c, 25c
Large batting, full comfort size 72x90, ex-tra fine quality price $1.25
Large select batting, wool processed, 72x84, price $1.35
Pure while hygenic Iamb wool comfort batting, full No. 2, 72x84, price. . . .$1.75
Fine Australian lambs' wool comfort batting, full No. 2, 72x84, price. $2.75
Cheese cloth covered and tied cotton batting, all ready for the cover, price. .$1.75
Cheese cloth covered and tied wool batting, all ready for the cover, price $2.75
Lincoln, Oct. 8. (Special.) Ac
cording ta bulletin issued by Secre
tary W. R. Mellor of the State Board
of Agriculture, Nebraska raised less
wheat this year than last, but the
crop is worth about $20,000,000 more.
This is partly due to the fact that
there was an acreage of 352,f74 less
in 1916 than the former year, but was
partly offset by an average yield of
1.6 bushel.-; per acre more.
The total acreage this year was .1,-
063,756 acres and the yield 65,365,691
bushels. The total crop is valued at
$78,438,829 as compared with $58,-
856,358 last year.
Clay county raised the largest crop.
2,430,417 bushels, with Adams county
a close second with 2,411,803 bushels.
Douglas county raised 149,006
bushels on 6,712 acres, an average of
over twenty-two bushels to the acre.
The highest average yield was in
Chase county, being a little over
thirty-four and one-half bushels.
Chase county is the county that Mr.
Rosencrans is operating in.
NOW IN CALIFORNIA.
H. M. SOENNICHSEN
Call Phones 53 and 54
We like to serve. O
NEW YORK STATE
GOING TO WILSON
President Will Surely Annex the
Forty-five Electoral Empire
New York, Oct. 6. The empire
.tate with its forty-five electoral
votes will be counted surely for Presi
dent Wilson. Never at this stage of
a national campaign have indications
f democratic success in New . York
.tate been so positive. In a confer
ence yesterday with National Chair
n .in Vance McCormick, Edwin S. Ilar
1 chairman of New York state
democratic committee, went carefully
i".to details of the state campaign and
later summarized his report as fol
"President Wilson will carry New
York by more than 100,000. This es
timate is based on a careful canvass
made by the democratic state com
mittee, which showed that the presi
dent has the united democratic vote
behind him, together with the support
of a large number of republicans. The
democratic party in New York is
harmonious and for the re-election of
President Wilson to a man. This is
a strong contrast to what is going on
in the republican party.
President Wilson's strength among
the republicans of New York as in
dicated by the state committee's can
vass is one of the most significant de
velopments of the campaign. No less
than 50,000 empire state republicans
have openly declared their intention
of voting for the re-election of Presi
"They say other republicans have
told them they are going to do the
same thing. There is not an election
All Night Service!
district in the state that has not its
quota of Wilson republicans. I know
of one instance in point, eioven farm
ers went to the postoffice to get their
mail. The cruire eleven said they
were republicans, but nine declared
that they were going to vote for the
re-election of the president. In my
own county, Saratoga, I have heard
of similar concrete examples of the
rv vrident'.-; popularity among the resi-k-!:t.--
of the rural districts.
"There is a big increase in the
stiaight democratic party vote com
pared with that of four years ago.
which means that the straight party
vote at the coming election will ap
proximate 750,000, compared with
f53,000 four years ago by adding the
50,000 or more Wilson republicans to
the 750,000 democrats who will be
solidly for the president. It can be
readily seen that President Wilson's
N w York pluarlr. will not be less
"Peace and prosperity are the big
5ssues in this state in the industrial
centers and the working men are for
the president because of his sympathy
for them and because they are happy,
prosperous and content in the rcrrl
districts, little interest has been mani
fested in the eight-hour law, because
it is a dollar proposition, the farmers
are close readers of the newspapers
anj their chief Interest is m what
vouid have happened had the country
been plunged into the war, and the
father and the mother are more in
terested in keeping their homes intact,
with their sons alive and unmaimed.
They are for President Wilson because
he kept the tountry out of war, an i
they tear that a change of th-? peacki
lul policies iaici down by bin wculu
tuiriK this couni.i v into it.
"The state campaign has been start
ed ten days earlier than usual and it
will be militant and far-reac'nirg, and
will result in the election of ?.Ir. Sea
bury and Mr. McCombs by a plurality
equal to that which is given the presi
dent. There is every indication that
New York will blaze the way for a
sweeping denicrratic victory on No
Remember ths Journal carries the
finest line of stationery in town, and
can please all in this line of goods.
L. C. Todd and family, who a short
time ago departed by. automobile for
California, are now" enjoying them
selves in the splendid climate of Cali
fornia, and the trip from their home
at Lincoln to Long Beach was made
in twenty days and was one thorough
ly enjoyed by everyone in the party.
Mr. Todd and family will remain in
California for some time.
A six-room house close to Burling
ton ships, on Wintersteen Hill. -Inquire
of Mrs. Tillie Mochelik.
Ed Schumaker of near Murray was
in the city Saturday visiting with his
friends in the county seat for a few
Dr. Bert Morrow and wife of Rew
ard arrived in the city yesterday to"
spend a short time here with rela
tives and friends.
W.. B. Virgin and wife of near Mur
ray were in the city Friday for a few
hours attending to a few matters of
business and visiting with friends.
John L. Mayfield, wife and chil
dren returned to their home at Crof
ton, Neb., this morning, after a visit
here with relatives and friends.
John Kaffenberger, jr., and family
motored in Saturday aftei-noon and
spent a few hours here with friends
and attending to some matters of
Frank Boedeker and brother, Dewey
Boedeker, motored up Saturday even
ing from their home at Nehawka and
spent the day in this city with friends
and attended to a few matters of
Albert Thierolf, wife and children
are in the city enjoying a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morgan.!
Mr. Thierolf has sold out his inter
ests at Star, Neb., and will look for a
Mrs. W. W. Dickson and little babe
came in this morning from their home
in Omaha and will enjoy a few days'
visit at the Todd home west of the
city, and with other relatives and
friends in this locality.
Mrs. John Buchor of Plainview,
Neb., is in the city enjoying a visit
at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Ed
Martin and family, and with other
old friends. Mrs. Bucher is a former
resident of Plattsmouth, where she
resided thirteen years ago.
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ALCOHOL - 3 PER CENT.
Ac aWe Preparatian tir As-siirutC-iutlJcIoodanaBcjla
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For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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BARB WIRE CUTS AM) WOUNDS
Are troublesome to cure.. Get a
bottle of Fan-is' Healing Remedy
costs 50c make it at home. Heals
rapidly. A sore never matters where
this remedy is used. We sell it on
the money back plan.
II. M. Soennichsen.
Puis & Gansemer.
Exact Conv of Wtc.ttzt.
tki cimtuh conr, nix o citt.
SPECIAL NOTICE JL'MOIf GUII I).
LISTEN AND LOOK.
The Junior Guild will meet with
Mrs. T. P. Livingston in special ses
sion at 11 o'clock Thursday morning.
Luncheon will be served and every
member is requested to attend.
FOR SALE My well improved forty
acres, 1 mile west of court house.
Inquire of A. W. Smith.
Office supplies at the Journal office
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley Hotel.
Office supplies at the Journal office.
Go to southwestern Nebraska with
Vallery & Cromwell over the Union
Pacific, eight hours' run from Omaha,
who will then show you through
Keith, Perkins and Chase counties,
and will guarantee nobody to have
any better land and bargains listed.
Our rate from Plattsmouth, round
trip without any other expense, will
be $14.r0. Also have autos to drive
you until you find out what you want.
Leaving Plattsmouth every Sunday
evening. Phone or write Frank Val
lerv, Murray, Neb. tfdSw
If you have anything for sale adver
tise in the Journal.'
YT- Y7 V
Commencing Monday, October 9th,
and &ndirg Saturday, October 14th.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our apprecia
tion of the kindness and sympathy of
our friends at the time of the death
of our wife and mother and assure
them that their acts wall be pleasantly
A. G. GREEN,
J. L. GREEN AND WIFE,
MR. AND. MRS. TIL GREEN.
The Journal delivered at your door
for only 10 cents a week.
OUR SPECIAL SALE ON THE CELEBRATED
WILL BE IN FULL SWESG! '
IT IS THE GREATEST SALE ON THE GREATEST RANGE THIS TOWN HAS EVER SEEN! rT3
A Valuable Set of
One Berlin Kettle and Cover,
(Actual Capacity 8 Quarts) ;
One Preserving Kettle,
(Actual Capacity 6 Quarts)
One Extra Heavy Wood Handle
One 7 in 1 Combination Cooker,
which can be converted into
7 distinct utensils,
to every purchaser of a Copper
Clad Range during this sale.
take pride in their
kitchen as much as
in their parlor. They
want the nicest of
everything for both!
To the voman who wants the most
beautiful Range in the world, the
one that will cook best, last longest
and is easiest to clean, this sale of
will be of intense interest.
The pure copper inner-wall of the Copper-Clad Range is the feature thrt positively prevents rusting out,. and puts this range years in ad
vance of any other on the market. It has so many exclusive features that you will have to see them to appreciate fully why the Copper
Clad is creating a sensation and turning the range business upside down. Come in and let us show you a wonderful cooking machine.
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