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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1919)
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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Quality and Quantity!
A FINE PIECE
OF WORK IS AL
NEW IVULL AT CORNER OF THIRD
ATVT1 Tr 7?T CTT?l'VT W7SP. t
i -. '- . '
'There nas nev
irrii n 1 11 lie v 1
-en a time when
cl.it hr s weie as s-carce as they are
:t ' rirjit now. But, make no mistake
' .' the scarcity exists on) in good
- ; clothes.
;:: j :
;'; We could get plenty
of inferior stuff, but between
I . quantity and qualify, we chcose
You won't find as
ccmpreher.f-ive a showing of hlup-
prnl.f.irer Oothes as you usually nrd here, but if we
hrtve your in color and style to your liking, 3 ou can
br Mire ih.it t very gr.rmcrit represents quality and value
to the ii'ir.o-!. And quality is mure important than
NEW METHODS TO BE USED
Most Modem Construction Through
out and Will Make Very Fine
Showing for the City.
From We(l!i-s(lav's Dally.
The new mill that i.s to house the
quipni'-nt :" the first modern stock
food j'iaiit in the slate is l'at near
1 11 it completion and will soon be
ready for the placing of the machin
ery that is patented and manufac
tured by the E. '. Sharp company o:
this city for the preparation 0
total dimension of
I cons met ion that is the greatest ma-!
terial in the world for the construe-
t ion of modern buildings ami is ex-,
tensively used in the ci'ies. The fin- !
a1, step in the construction of the in- j
terior is the coating of nlasterng
that is laid on the planter board. That '
gives t hree-(iiarters inch more thick- '
ness on the walls than the old meth- j
ods and has the additional advant- j
apes of air spaces which erve to
check the elements that cause ex- '
femes in cold and heat. The old
stvle ivooden shingles are aNo re-!
placed with a patented roof ins of j
slated rubberoid that is not only bet
ter protection against the weather j
but a much safer material fr:m fire j
and other causes ol destruction to
the material of a resul-nce. The in
'.rior of the- cofai-o-. t'inirlod
i:; the most modern and pleasing
manner with hardwood oak floors
1:1 the dining and living rooms and
in the library, as well at artistic and
flensing effects in wood work that
mal e an idea! h in:'--
This firm has done a great deal of
work in the last few years and their
contracts for the past five vars have
j ;.veraged near the ir,o.inift mark
leach Year and an ir.du-trv of this
jkind is certainly deserving of reot
j r.ition by the community for th.'ir
ran in the general prosperity of our
Of MOCk I :,
the workmen of the city and a r
result has been of a great benefit to
m'Fv ;,iiV c;av.
Suits and Overcoats
?30 to $65
r T. - s T
C Zi. .'l-i )JlJ-
!!; I 1
i - toa
stock food that
a revolution in
The mill has a
r; x 1 7 : feet and is three stories in
height and arranged in an ideal
manner for the purpose that it i- in
tended. The construction of the
b'viding by the contractors. IVtejs
ti Parker. ! r.s been mad in the most
modern methods with the u.-e of the
be-t of material and v hich will tend
to make the mil! a lasting structure.
T:i the c -instruct ion of the mill
the new water proof cement has l.e..n
used on thf exterior that is re-enforced
by the use of the metal lath.
inir and this on the exterior is
backed by the interior plaf terinsr few hours looking
that make it a durable and lasting
w-'U The fif-r floor is devoted to; d. 1'. Mei-inger of Cedar Creek a
the storage and milling rooms, while j n the city i,r u few hours today vis
it! the basement of the mill are tanks j ;ting with relatives and friends and
to contain the svrup entering into ; ioouing aner s,me nu.-i:iess mauers
won cam? 1:5
his duties a:
pane! in di.-
rom Mnri'lay'. T'ailv.
W. A. Taylor of V
this morning to resun.'
a meml'er of the jury
Attorney C. K. TefM. of Wet-ping
Water, was in the city today for a
after some busi
ness matters in the ui.-irict court.
that Overcoat l
You've been thinking about it, now is the time to act, befote the
weather gets any colder or the prices any higher. We'd like to tell
you they're going to be cheaper, but they're not. Waiting only
leads to disappointment later. The coats we have now are the low
est ;. ou'l! ever -ee for a w-ar or more, l.'it-'bt now v.-e'e f- ai 1 iiiLr u
wonderful array of overcoat -.. .iUrers, rire.s ciun, f::rcuat-. fur col iittv:
S OVetVOUt to J'ie.is.' cv.'I'V ''
C(i;it: li'-nf-t novo lit-v. con-ervat : v e t
man in 1 lut t -niou: h . A few numbers a- lo .v a.-,
f (',". The-,e ari- lower ilian cut pKcf-.
f t ,:n t b.i'
1- w j-
C. E. Wescott's Sons
;i::i.giet. for the past week, departed
:hi m-rning 11 t ii ea rl y UurPngton
fain fr their home in ihe capita!
( i y .
A. S. Will and O-orge ?iiyufT were
:-:t;ionjr those going to Omaha thi.
:nor:;ing to sp rid a few hours in that
city attending to some matters on the
live stock markt t.
Mrs. Ed ?. Tint of Murray v.a- ;.
vi'-itor iii the city yesterday a f ter
mor, ai d l.ist veiling a a til"-! ;
Mis-s Kittie Cumniins and while here
attended the session (;f the Easterr.
l,ri'Ti .t mlay's faUv
Tt.r- o-cai'in r.f Thai.!ii:ivi:!g lMfi
v long be pi :sj:ii: iy rtni":;; hereu
iy Mr. and Mr, peter ciaus ,.f tin--city
thvii- !:oii: hold
t he ad er.t a fine
ami heir. The u.!her
and lit He i
NO CLUE TO EURGLARS
uiditir:;. Whei: you feel chill, -tup-
an.d coti.-t ipateii g:ve them a trial.
1 OU are (c
A line of stationery at the Jour
nal office that can't
Is hard to equai.
be excelled ana
ei s a g.
r s : c a ; s . s . a . n . K--
H . K rat 'B - a:
1 lie riaitsmoiim barage
Felep-hcne 324 7th and Vine Sts.
AT YCUR SERVICE
REO CARS AND TRUCKS
V V repair ail m.'.ke.s of cars, recharsre batteries. Electric
ciiiiiur and carbon burr.inrj. Radiator repair work!
STORAGE, GAS AND OILS
Let us supply your needs.
SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE
5-pAfscnger Carter Car. Best buy for the money.
"Vpr.ssener Reo. in excellent shape.
1 ' ' c
t- i r r 1 . L
nror r ora in n::e concnion. 1 ricca rini.
Lcok These Cars Over Before You Buy
c a c n u a n c life .wt.B8:,3.ll- H .: 3 c::i:ra:":Bi.i;ii zm
2 e z. 1: r c a c 2
c. c "ri a S' a s b ss x e ' c :s
Some Opportunities We Are
the p-epnration of the stock food and
which will have a capacity cf IS. 000
gallons. Pi is on the main floor that
. a port ion of the milling machinery
! will be installed. Tin'-; portion of the
'mill as we!i as the tipper storie" are
i 'tit :orted by heavy truss work of
I timber.-, pnd bolts that makes the
building solid in every way when the
I machinery is installed and in open
:;i r.. On the topmost floor are con
structed four large bins which con
tain the- materiel for the food and
these bins are equipped with paten
chutes that permits the contents to
I f conveved to the milling room be
neath. The- roof of the mill is cup
ported by heavy tru-se arranged so
that the weight of the building is
e-irried bv the tim tiers and ma kin"
t'"e luild'ng compact and solid and
i a very fine example of modern mill
The bare building aside from the
machinery will when completed cost
in the neighborhood of flS.'mO and
the machinery will be valued at
000 when installed in the build-
i n jr.
Taken as a whole the new mill is
a great addition to the city and its
value will he appreciated more when
it i.s in active operation and the re
sults of the new process of producing
the stock food is given a practical
The firm of Peters & Parker who
have had the construction work of
il... ...:il : .1,,.:.. ..1 1 1 1
1 1115- win 111 uii-ii ii:arge nave devel
oped to its fullest extent the modern
methods in the buildinir trade and
i; that their methods are recognized in
other cities and in trade organiza
j lions is .shown by the fact of their
7 i numerous large contracts outside of
this city and also in the selecting of
Mr. Peters as a member of the Ne
braska Master builders' association,
he being the only member of the
committee from a city r.f C.000 or
1.. ii. Prow n departed this after
noon f-.,r I)en-r where he will en
;oy a visit wi;h a niece and may ue
::;!e to retrain in tlie Colorado city
:'or the winter.
.Mrs. W. T. Smith departed Satur
day afternoon for Eagle, where .she
will enjoy a few days' visit with her
daughter. Mrs. Ered Muenchau. Jr..
and family in that city.
Kcv. E. T. George, district superin
tendent of the Methodist church of
the state, was in the city for a few
hours Saturday afternoon enroute to
Louisville where he spent Sunday
looking after the church work.
Walter Livers. Will Smith and W.
S. Shcra came up this morning from
their homes near Mock Iiluffs and
departed on the early Purlir.gtou
train for Omaha where they will
spend the day looking after seine
Charles Taylor, of Waukomis. Ok
lahoma. Mrs. U. T. Propst. of Ual
;ton. Nebraska; Mrs. G. W. Pngsley,
of Persia. Iowa, all of whom were
here to attend the funeral of their
father, the late William A. Taylor,
departed this afternoon for their
Roy Miles, for a number of years
employed by the I'.urlingion as c p
erator at the passenger station, came
in last evening from his home in
California and remained here over
night visiting with friends, depart
ing this afternoon for the- west. Mr.
Miles is now stationed near Eos An-
.'eles 011 the Santa Fe.
From Tuesday'? ra!Iy.
The trio of burglars who blew
.a !'e in Hayden's store in Omaha Sat
urday ni-:ht ami escaped with $'".
tiOO loot, are Mill at l-rge. de,pit
: n offer of 1 1 1 . 0 o 1 . for ih.eir capture
The Omaha police are working or
the ca4e as well ar special detective1
of the irisur:"ieo com paries carrying
the burglary risk.
Winter i the natural time for
hold-ups and robberies, but seldom if
v.r has Omaha been visited by such
a w tve -if crime of this sort as is
taking place there this winter.
SPLENDID COUGH MEDICINE.
Road Carefully and Ask Us to Show These
Properties. We Consider Them
1 a c re- ;e ;
I.H'Oerii !i(i::-. .
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1 ii o ! .n o i
e 1 ! ' 11 ! :t Peel i
s. ;. . 'Z ' ' en '..
1 1 . 1 1 r 'j t h i'
- V t .1 r -i
! a - I e 1! 1; h III
I J ' . I 't I I
I 'Hi T'. 0''i -e
.1 1:-h I-'. I
if I i t:n mi tb. u ! 1 im proved wit i irotxl
: g"o i torn ami pU-ntx of otb-r buibl-iiiiin-.'
arid i - i'l-,iii. It lias been eede!
.T:it fi iiiijrii eii,; paure to Iieike it a
j a. 00 ,e(- .i-t-e for i.ju .ck sal.-; pi -
This firm is now completing a
number if new- residences over the
city that were built to aid in the
home shortage of the community and
which represent the latest methods
Prom Tuesdays Imily.
Robert McCreary. the Weeping
Water contractor and bridge man.
who has been here looking after
oome matters at the court house de
parted this afternoon for Omaha.
Dr. F. E. Caldwell departed this
afternoon in company , with Ir.
James Frogerty for Omaha where
Dr. Forgerty will enter the Ford hos
pital in that city for treatment.
S. S. G coding returned t hi.s morn
ing from Carlisle. Iowa, where lie
and Mrs. Gooding have been in at
tendance at the Sfith birthday of an
of housebuilding, both in the beautv
! and stability of the structures as well i uncle. Mrs. Gooding will remain at
j as in the construction work. One Carlisle and Des Moines for a more
"I of the departures from the old meth- extended visit.
ods of house construction ured in County Commissioner C. F. Harris
Hj the new buildings is the doing away of Fnion and IE J. Mi!ler of Alvo el-
Hi) acr eiiih' miit
ra . i h i i - h i s 1
of t'.O ncr- of f 1 1. 1 I at'.;
! iat u f- wi'li r : 'i
I i) 00 pep :u--
Nl. 1 a:i-l ir-.i
-out hot I 'ia"ii'('Uth atici four mi from Mur
' '.trm i.t, !oi- ! i miirw eiiietit. Il consi.ts
u ii i.-ti i . - Kiiiimt b aui Jo hit if gfent I v rol I intr
t.j-wier Tin1 in ice of ibi- farm hs in'rii reclucd
iiir ;in neiihiie -a!-. I "o--i--.ion lo be given Marc h
' elm 1: ! arranged with pt:i i-ba-r.
We al-n liave ,eera! pi--te rjf ctioii-e hcivssih prope''y in and
aroii::ii I'i .it t -.m m t h. well i u; pt ov. -d, that v.ecan eil worlli the mne .
If .. are e h iU i og f. ir :i r. i n t u. 1. 1 m' a hn.ne come in and let us
talk it over with ou. Tiievt- prtert ie-. are priced riht.
J. P. Falter &. Son,
Real Estate and Insurance
gj'of solid walls and the introduction
of the air spaces in the houses that
s tend to make them more heat and
-.cold proof and does away with all
Hi f'ni'Cf'r of moistur forming on the
interior walls. The exterior of the
cottnges i covered by a patented
water proor cement wnicn is sup
ported on metal lathing that makes
the structure proof against fire.
Rack of the metal shingles is a coat
ing of interior plaster and this is
followed by an air space of an inch
and then comes a lining of the new
flax sheeting that is heat and oold
proof and this is also followed by an
"As I feel that every family i-hould
know what a splendid medicine
Chamberlain's Couirh Remedy i-. I
am only too pleased to relate my ex
perience and only wish that I had
known of its merits years ago."
writes Mrs. Clay Fry. Ferguson Sta
tion. Mo. "I give it to my children
when they show the slightest symp
toms of being croupy. and when 1
have a cough or cold on the lunas a
very few dose- will relieve nm. and be
taking it for a few days get rid c f
1 etc is : ti t:.e j;, ,;...
the wh.de world over the
that ha.- arrived to : he fat:
add it ion
SHOULD EE QUARANTINED.
Many physiVu.m - be'i. v t Imt any
one who has ,s bad cold should he
completely isolated to p:ee:,t oihe:-
men.hers of tne (ami
da n u or.
I r,in (
One t hi:
If of :,
i ract 111; in
t a - ca tc hi
g sure t In
g a- llie;
while before e-,i find a better lueii
'ine than Cham be rla in "s Coug'i til
ed y to aid you in curing a cold.
E. M. Pollard has returned from a
me-eting if the farmers' National
Congress at Memphis. Tenn. He.-a-"ail
those sou: hern rs' know is cot
ton." It's cotton, cotton, all the
time. They ate- very ho.-tile to the
administration at present because it
won't loan then money en cotton
warehouse certificate's to enable
1 1 : -1 1 1 to hold up their cotton and
force the price up. It was worth 4ie
but i- now down to ::ic. and the
raisers think they have lost 10 cents
h p' und. He asked ttieni "what about
'ho-e northern farmers who are- onlv
getting 11' cent.s for hogs, wherea
1 shor' time ago they were getting
Sl'l" '."' They s dm gi-' id their ihoul-J.-rs
and r-plied: "Oh. that's differ
ent ; we don't know anything abon'
that, but look: at cotton." "Well."
he replied. "I guess you'll have to
take your medicine the same as the
northern farmer." Nehawka News
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
laborers, rely on Dr. Thmuis' Elec
'ric Oil. Fine for cuts, burr.s. bruise-.
Should be kept in every home. :;'i,
If you are not a subscriber to the
Daily Journal let us enter your name
on our subscription list.
There will be a box social at the
Rest or school. District 41 on De
cember .".th. Everybody welcome.
Eadies bring well filled boeM; gents
well tilled pocket.-. Remember Ihe
date. D'-cember "th.
G R E T T A E H A C K K N R E R G .
Bead the Journal.
:b::'h : :n :
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
FARMERS STATE BANK
C'liurter No. 1 !."i in the State of Ne
liaska at the eln.se of t.ii-i tiess
.'11 NoVell) t.et t 1 ill H .
Loans ami iliscoui'ts
I'.on.ls, seen rit ie;. iulgm'iits.
ela ims. el e .
other assets L'l.e'Iv Im.imI
Itnnkiim lioiisi', f i. rn it ii re ami
Current '.itisi's. taxes an.l
I in.' I rem Na t io'ia 1
ti nil St. lie l.j.tiks. .$ L's.lT, I'.s
I'll! rene ".III'. 1 ..lit
It.'l.l e.'iTl llij.r.'l
Silver. ni(k!s ami
cent s - I r.ti i;'
liave a L'ood supnl v en" alcoliol for vc.nr radiator. Call in and
f.ltt-'l am ..ei ;ife wiii'iui sudden droji cd the therniometi-r comes,
e- "ont ' safe- anii-ft ee, i-; will nut injure the; radiator or hiwe.
Coo.lricli and Kii-ctone tires ami tubes. Silvertown cords carried
-took. Truck tire ag-ency solid s or pneumatics.
Trop Arctic and Eu-I :a- "o oils. We have an oil that will How fre,
:t l' below ;'ero. .Iut what y ju want for w inter. Special price on
live irul on
p:i i.i in . . .
I "lei i iile.l p vi ti I s .
I ml iM tin I ii.'i.osits
sul je.-t to check. . ? 1 - 1 ,1' - . ' 1
T:me vert i rates of
.l.-j.os i i !i 1 ii 4
i " -1, ier's riieiks
out-tan. iing' l.l.".s.ls
I i Nti t iotui 1
ami State hanks.. r..l!i7.f"
llllis ?';. ! ite
I eosit i'i "s trtui i-.:ily fnini. . .
T T.I S
Studebaker Cars maxwell
Cars and Trucks!
Our service department will serve yon on
any make of car or truck. Try us out!
1 -V ' -M . M.. M.
Main St. Garage Telephone 79
Block South of PostofTice
r h " b.'! w . ts .: 'i, :: a ' a:.:; .:; s u.-:v: e i-.e 12" n-a a xn 1. b: :..
1 .:.: 1 ii.n 1
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te of Ni l
parted this afternoon for Omaha i
tion of the count v commissioners and
I. T. M. Patli is, m. P: es i.l.-nt of the,
il.ove ii.inie.i l ank. lu hereby swear '
it''!t the ii I'uvf statement is a correct I
where thev will attend the conven- isnd true copy of ti e renort made to
the State IJanking Hoatn
T. M PA TT Kit SON.
clerks lipinsr held there this week, t Attest : President.
Commissioner J. A. Pitz of this city j
will go up later to take part in thej s,.soH,...4, ., w,.rn T ,..,..,r(.
Convention. It! is I'Hth .hi of Noveri . liilM
1 '.. A. KoSKNi'llANS
" ' iiSe.ill
a. .1 sc'i.vn:1:
MAPK WHIT 1-1
. 1 d' ei'tor.
N'l.lart- Pill. lie
p- r r t. Tt'ofinRiHv c 1 e . 1 1
W. F. Gillispie. the Mynard givin
dealer, was among those going to
the metropolis this morning to look
after a few matters of business on
the market for the day.
George A. Spangler and wife and
My Commission e,jres Mar. h "1. I1:
BUT WHICH CAN BE PAID SOONER IF DESIRED
We place such loans through the LINCOLN
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK, of Lincoln,
Nebraska, which during the past year has
loaned over $6,000,000.00 to the farmers of
Iowa and Nebraska.
NO DELAYS! NO RED TAPE!
A FAIR RATE OF INTEREST
Mrs. E. A. Fiper of Lincoln, who have
additional dead air space and then been here visiting at the home of Mr.
comes the planter board of patent Spansler's mother. Mrs. Henrry
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K'eam'avi'it al'Coaisirrc l
" eer raj: KapiO sr.- - rcr.
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