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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1919)
THURSDAY. JULY 10. 1910.
rLATTSJIOITTH OOII-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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Net Contrnl? l.'FliiidTnp
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' sn::i:.i!iiv the rood b KJ " 1
'" ,rwi r-r.'nns
, : i i - rrr-ant 1
z-'l i ! . .akin SrrJ
J Jim hrUe f
i ami rmrkl'?1
Lira Cup of Wrarrcr
I'r-m Til- .I.i y s l.il!y.
.1. M. J'T'Ian of near ?.'ynarl wa'i
.lMc'1 to Otmi'Iki nil soliit I'lisincss
J;irns nfliov tlx rnr.'U mail
i-rrinr of Y!. ir Cn-fk was a i.-it-or
i:i flii-i city t!H ;ifltTiio.n.
I. A. Yoiiiii;. lu a.-t of !'ir
r:. uas vi-i'or i.i I I;t tsmoiit !;.
Io(i'i,ji! al'TlT Htlllf 1 !H' for .1
si ort I i r 1 1 today.
"Iiarl-s '':ivi .r v.-:"s a visitor
i'i ilU -ity for y -!iort limv coiains
rj ti lo.! aifrr sotii;1 lu i n'.-s from
li ; ; l.oi::c at NVhaw ka.
.!. A. Krracr from v-.-t of Mv
nirtl was a viiior in 1 1 t . - ity for a
iii lt f::;' tn-irniim roiainu in
v. it It lii; f.ir to look a ft it onio
lois; nr:-s T wit I 'T.
.1. I;. Sj- !o!i! t . of i'ar Murray.
'. : vi-iftT in 1'ii.- 1 1 y this afler-i.i'o-;.
coaiiiii'. tij i'l hi'. ' ir to lonk
ti r -o:r.f li'isiiHvs iratt'T- for a
s'.'o.-' I it'll'.
V.' A. :'-ti o' .Murray wns a
tu-i:i'. vi.-itur in rily for a
thort fir)'- t!ii; aftrrii'ion. (,iniii to
T ART'. iMAN spent millions on millions putting the Union
3 i 'neii.e in shape to pay flivifl-jnds. He rcalizcrl that the roarj
jL X roi:!J i-ri'y mike its greatest profit by being as near 100 per
err.' cl ient a-, possible.
Tii? p-fprip!" .- rlntontptralrcl on sncli a lirgc scale holds true in
every b isincrn the bur.iness of firming along with all the rest.
Money .p.r.t in 5n-r-.-;c profils is an investment, not an expense.
Applied to t!i" fr:n thi- mean- rood seed. t;ocd breeding stock, good
m--": hii. ci - !r,d rr-n' fnnn braidings. All require an investment
andall sr n f tying tlividend year after year.
Th" firrr:rs vin iiavc applied t'nis principle to their business are the big money
TaV t!.-: f " ". Irn 1 1 i -. r r -J aKw. It it weatherproof warm and dry
in v.rir r i.o . : J in MOiiM'.r. I ?or:,es ne l r.toi.I; are protected against disease. In
vir.t-r iat:!e .-ri '! iiry c.T.vcrt fr-l into lx-et and milk, instead of simply
fc'jr.trt;! t :n'. I. cat t- kf.rp wirm. I lor .ci require less feed.
T!: adtltinr..-.l j.r.-fifs that the fortucr mi!: 33 th'ouyh this saving in feed soon pay
fr;r the barn.
Whi'c Pi-c f'-r !! ot-r-irlc cr ,--s'j res mah-.-J a permanent barn; practically free
fror-i ref--.:,-s- ...te Pine ?it:iy where you put it without warping, splitting, twist
irj or rot tin;.
W; hava pra'-tin! v.-orkin plans, specifications and bill of material for
the Hrn s'iown, or for any c-iher farrrt building. Com in and get them
or let Us fend theai to von.
Secretary of Labor. W. 8. Wilson, says, "I WAIJT TO SEE EVERY
WAGEWOSKEH 0WIJ llll OWi; IIOJIL." That's our scntinients exact
ly, cccriiluis tc Abe Llaitin, Ciily v.e vouli add that we want to see
every man v.'ho has annexed, himself to a wife own a home of liis own.
"ive arc reaching cut after more business; can we be of service to YOU?
I Tan is
For Infants and Children.
et a l.r.ul if icr for his liit.-inrss
at Murray, wliorr ho condurts a rc
.Mrs. Kohort Srivors am! rliilIr-n.
v. Iio have hern visitiiift in Hie city
as pnvsts at the home of Simon Clark
an 1 wife, who are the parents of
Mrs. Stivers, departed last evening
for their ho:n at Cedar Creek.
Leonard i'ornof" and father A. 15.
Pornoff sr.. from near Cedar Creek
'.vere visitors in t!ie city for the
moraine, and after having looked
after Ihe matters which brought
tlnin to the city returned heme.
W. T. Adan:s who has been in the
I'ist for the past few days, visitin.fi
at and near St. Paul, where lie has
two sons and a daughter, returned
home yesterday, and pays that crops
of all kinds are looking fine in that
section of the country.
Yesterday. Nicholas Halmes. ( "f
epin Wat it. and his nepliew, J
v . nn sKa. v. iio nas just ncen uis-
!(!i;ir.:o from the service, and who
siopp. d off on his way home to M't
!ciill to visit with his uncle, were in
the city for a brief visit.
Alex Uiioden of Murray passed
through PlattFniouLh this morniiifi
for Council IMufts. Iowa, in hi.s car.
si ii u as
where he goes to receive treatment
for his health, which he says is im
proving continually, and that lie is
fecllDK pretty well at this time.
Word received from II. A. Schueid
er tells of his safe arrival in Allan
tic City and says plans are made for
one of the biggest KIks conventions
ever held. He will remain through
this week as a delegate from Platts-
inouth Lodge No. 739, Ii. 1 O. K.
Henry Guthmann of Murdock
was a visitor in Plattsniouth this
afternoon, coming over in his car to
look after some business and pass
ing down through Elm wood, where
Ii ntiked up Attorn' : s. Aldrich
and . Ii. I. Clements, both of whom
are also looking after some business
From Monday's Daily.
Geo. W. Wall of I.aPlatte
visitor in l'lattsmouth for
hours this afternoon.
C. M. Seybert. of Ijouisville, w:3
looking after some business matters
in l'lattsmouth yesterday for a fev'
C. M. Seybert of Louisville was
a visitor in this city, for a short
time yesterday coming to look after
Chris Miller, of near Cedar Creek,
was a visitor in IMattsmout h this
morning, having some business mat
ters to look after south cohere.
Ii. C. Cook, of near Cedar Creek,
was a visitor in this city for the day.
coming down to look after some
business matters for a few hours.
Fred Heil from east of Murray
was a. visitor in l'lattsmouth this
morning coming to look after some
business matters for a short time.
Miss Kdith Kelly who has been
visiting in Murdock. for some time
past, recently returned and is again
at work at her place in the Olson
M. I j. Williams ami Ira Pates. Ih
toriuer -of l.itui-ivillo and the '.'iter
of Cedar Creek were visiting in this
city last Saturday evening, comma
to look alter some business mas
Oscar McMonal 1 and wife of Mur
dock was a visitor in this city for
a few uavs visiting at tne home oi
Mrs. McDonald's parents J. K. Kelly
and other friends, departed this aft
ernoon for their horue.
Ye; let day. Iv -rre K. Styles and
wife, with their littl" son. Coir.-k-
accompanied by Mtje,f II. Hall a:.'!
wife, were visiting at the home 1
friends at Cedar Creek. They r'
turned in th"ir car lain hi: t eight.
C, Metzgar was ; visitor in Piatt ;
mouth last Saturday evening, look
ing af'rr some business matters ;n:il
also on his wav to Cedar Creel:.
where he spent the day yesterd;
wnn ins mother, returning to :n-
hotne in South Omaha this mornin...
The grading for the new alfalfa
mill has been completed ::nd t lie
trenches for the footings of the wajl
arc being dug in advance of
the placing of ttio concrete
work but a short
werk on the main
time. boon the
building will be
John Sutton from near old Hock
Illufls was in the city this morning
ana said that everything was pr;
j'ressing nicely in that part of the
county, that the harvest was nearly
nnisiieii. some having began on
their oats, and that it was generally
look:ng well, with v.u occasional
piece which has been slightly af
fected by the black rust.
Otto S ichor, who has been will:
the P.urlington in this city for a
considerable length 'of time, has now
been transferied to McCook. where
he has been given a better position
Mian he held here. Mr. Soehor is a
very reliable young man and he h
making good with the Hurling! on.
We expect to hear of his further
scent up Ihe ladder of success.
In the window of the Cass County
Monument company appears a pic
ture of a fine monument, drawn by
Mr. W. T. Wassell. on which is in
scribed the name of 'Willard' inti
mating that he is dead now, dead
as a Ighter. if not actually as a
man. You can see how he will look
when liia pilgrimage is o'er by
glancing at tho drawing.
From Wfdnosoay's Dally.
Henry Johnson and wife were in
last evening from Mynard arid were
looking after some trading for a few
- George Reynolds of near old Rock
I! luffs, was a visitor in l'lattsmouth
yesterday afternoon looking after
Guy Kelser of west, of Mynard
was 'a visitor in this city yesterday
afternoon looking after some busi
Mrs. Rose Prohaska departed last
evening for Wahoo, where she will
visit for some time at. the, home of
her brother Fred Prohaska.
Mrs. M. E. Ford who has been
visiting in this city returned home
to Cedar Creek, last evening alfer
having visited in this city.
Chris Moller of near Cedar Creek
was a visitor in this city yeFterday
looking after some trading, ami re
turned home on the evening (rain.
Miss Fern Lair departed last ev
ening for Cedar Creek, where she
will visit at the home of her friend
Miss Eva' Williams for a short time.
Wendell Ileil and family from
south of Cedar Creek were 'in the
city last evening coming down to
look after some, shopping for a short
.1h!T Prendell was a visitor in this
city for a short time this morning
looking after some business for the
day. coming in his car from north
west of Murray.
Mike Rys of Mynard is off from
his work for the past few days on
account of a rupture of some of the
veins of his leg. which has com
pelled him to walk with crutches.
Mrs. Edward Black and little
children departed this morning for
Balfour, where they go to vis.it at
the home of James Anthony, and T.
L. McKinney anil families for a few
days. A. Garni ill H nd wife of Cedar
Creek were down from their home
this morning coming in their car
and are visiting at the home of 1 1 i I
lard Gr.'usman. Mrs. Grassman and
Mrs. Ganilin being sisters.
Mr. S. Coleman father of Bert
Coleman, who recently came to this
city, has purchased the home for
merly occupied by John R. Si inc.
and located jus east of Robert
Troop and will make his home in
this city. The consideration for
saufe was ? 1 .0 ."(. oil.
II. A. Chileott and wife with
their little child were visiting in
this city for a short time this morn
ing coming to do some trading with
tl'.e merchants anl while in the city
made a very pleasant call at this
otlice, extending their subscription.
o the Journal. Thanks, call again.
C. Estas William and wife have
just purchased the home heretofore
occupied by Fred G. .Morgan and
wife, and will it:. ike it their heme in
the future. This piece of properiy
is located close in. and is very ae-ce--able
both to the business jortioit
of the city as well as the Burling
mm IS BAD SOUTH
Careless Mr.nr.cr of Hocking the
Almost LTipasF.ible Highway
by Grading Crew
" dnrxl.iy's !;iiiy.
I!iii'ii;'. the oi:r:e of construction
vork oil th" Plat t st.iout h-Nebrask i
'ity To: :!, which will continue thru
nost of the summer, there will be
tn t.'.ies of the road constantly in
tad s?'iie ami now and then wheu :
ridv.e or culvert is put in it will be
Impassable at Hi. d'-tours being
accessary. Just now there is a deep
cross ditch, on the east and west mile
"uniting triiiii the church south el
own, that presents a dangerou
place to cars, with its sides straight
up and down. During the day i
can be observed, but after niuht i
is apt to be overlooked as is the si:;;
in the middle of the road ttirniii;
west at the chure'i. slating that th'
-oad is impassable. 'o harrier pro
vents the motorist from venturin.
out on the newly graded highw:-'
md last night neither the sign nc
ihe ditch were lighted. Coining on
!o the road troni the west end n;
bstrnction was noted to halt tip
As ttatod above it will be neces
arv that certain stretches of tin
-oad being constantly in bad shape
intil 'the grading is finally complet
d, but they should be safely guard
"Ml and at nicht a light should burn
to denote obstructions ahead. At the
junction of Lincoln and Chicago nvi
mies, where a large tile drain was
laid some weeks ago, no effort to
rover the tile and make the road
passable, although the graders are
now working several miles further
south. This should be attended to.
;is there is a drop of several feet
from Lincoln avenue onto the main
For Infants and Children
in Use for Over 30 Years
Always bears -.y
OR. H. G. LEOPOLD
Speolnl Attention to Wlseanew of AVomcn
ACUTE KISEASKS TItKATED
Uyes Testeil and Glasses Fitted
Night Calls Answered After Hours
and Sundays by Appointment
8:30 a. m. to i2:00 1:30 p. m. to 6:30
F ta a c SOS
ts ' y 't!i r:i7?n that
nivfo - ;;;( ..e. t -operator
a t jums? f-uiton Tracks.
Let ui inou'you what ihry
say or them-
i C.1H Lr tti&jHEMtftisa,
CASS CO. FARM
A I Oliimii ll'l.l to
l.iiinl l rini iik IiiUt-I
Have You rrcscrvcu Your Eggs?
Do you remember what you paid
for eggs last fall and winter. You
will not have to pay this price if
you do not want to. Why? Pre
serve them in water glass now.
Whenever possible, insist on "infer-
tile eggs" because they keep bet
ter. The satisfaction and comfort in
knowing that you have 10. 20 or 50
dozen of infertile eggs stowed away
in water glass for use when eggs
are'hish is most reassuring. Try it.
It does not require experience or
scientific training. All that is neces
sary is to follow directions. The
better the eggs you put down the
better the egg you take out. Re
duce your high cost of living with
out lowering the price to the pro
ducer. Preserve eggs now w lien
they are lowest in price.
Prompt cutting means more al
falfa. Kxperiinents conducted at
the Nebraska Experiment Station
indicate that alfalfa produces more
if attention is given to the proper
time of cutting. Tests were made
for total yields per season when
alfalfa was cut two. three, four and
five times. It was found that three
or four cuttings, depending on the
season, gave the largest yield for
that section of the state in which
the experiment station is located.
"Forage Crops' experiment station
bulletin lfift, says there are two in
dexes fbr the proper harvesting
time. They are the appearance of
the bloom and the starting of a new
growth at the crown and lower part
of the stems. Cutting should be
gin at the appearance of either in
dex. Experiments also show that
getting the hay into the stack or
barn at the proper time means a
saving of more leaves, which form
f0 per cent of the value "of the hay.
In good drying weather a half day
or less in tne swatn ann a nay in
the windrow will ordinarily do.
Hain or dew is more likely to cause
mold in tho stack than the moisture
in the plant. It is often better to
stack a little green and let the hay
brown cure than to have it rained
on or lose too many leaves.
All Club Members Attention.
If you are a member of the Hoys
and. flirls Clubs in Cass County, no
matter whether pig, chicken, etc.
club, send me your name and ad
dress, also name of the club wtucu
you tire a member. If enougn are
interested we will have a show of
all clubs like we did Ihe pig club
last year. Get. busy now. uoou
prizes will be offered.
L. R. SNIPES,
County Agr. Agent.
Don't forget us when you want
meat or groceries for narvesi. e
can take care of you. just call phone
No. 4 and we will have your order
HATT & SON.
GIVEN sturdiness, power, spocrt
and economical operation
wisdom decides in favor oi! the
Truck with a low first cost.
Fulton Trucks are the output of tho
greatest factory in the world de
voted exclusively to concentration
on a single-model Ill-ton truck.
You can buy two IM-ton Fultons
for less than the cost of one 8- or
S1 2-ton truck of equally fine con-.
, . II. PULS
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GEDAR GREEK BEAT
THE SOUTH PARKERS
Took Amateur Plattsmouth Tep.m
Into Camp Yesterday by a
Score of 17 to 1.
From Monday's Daily.
.Seventeen to one!
No, kind reader, that's not a new
ratio being established between
gold and silver, but the score of a.
:iall game p!aed at Cedar Creek es
terday between the South Parkcts,
of this place and the Cellar Creel:
The game was interesting in bu.
few particulars. Our boys were not
able to hit the pill and when they
did they couldn't gain any headway.
B ' jlFclS ill f!j
I HAVE THE GENUINE
The Red Sox
EVERYBODY COME OUT!
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i n n i n gs
Cedar ('roe!: boy, however, the Mury
was dit!'erent and by actual count,
seventeen of their men crossed hont-j
The people of Cedar Creek accus
ed one of the South Park players of
being able to play ball, but they
did not sav what his name was.
Plastering. Stucco. Mason,
and all kinds of concrete
work. Strictly first class.
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