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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1909)
SURPRISE A FRIEND
Get at the
bottom of the Baking;
Buy a can of Calumet today. Put it through'
the most rigid baking test that you know. If
it does not fully come up to your standard; if
the baking is not just as good or better lighter,
more evenly raised, more delicious and whole
some, take it back to the grocer and get your
money. C. Calumet is the only strictly high
grade baking powder selling at a moderate cost
Don't accept a substitute. Insist upon Calumet
and get it.
i The Majestic, 5 and lO cents.
Photo card views of Plattsmouth, 2
Miss Agnes Anderson Receives for 3c at Nemetz & Co's.
Her Many Young Friends " We sell the Monarch Malleable Range.
. , . ' Kroehler Brothers, Coates Block.
Monday Evening. ; . K. . ,
f Robert Vial of Nehawka, was a
f Last Monday evening a pleasant sur-t business caller iq the county seat Tues-
prise ;ana -i are wii was given iu day. .
gfnes Anderson,' who is soon to leave n;
me cny, oy miss name juiico auu
Received Highest Award World's Pure
Food Exposition, Chicago, 1907.
When You Buy Oysters
Don't Pay For Water
Why .should you get a pint of water
with every quart of Oysters? Water is
cheap bloats and bleaches the oyster
poils its natural flavor.
Von have never known how good
oysters C3i be unless you havr had
They are shucked into air-tight steel
rans and shipped direct from the beds
p tcked with ice around the container, not
in intact with the oysters.
.iJ! s.lid meats. And how
!:iUrreut they are!
?k tor "Sealvhipt Si:ii-,"
". l lii'f-ll't r 2i " '
ppetiziii ' anl ' delieiously
i booklet containing new and u. -active ways of
brother James, of South Park.
i A most enjoyable time was had, the
entertainment beiiig music and games.
' When-the guests arrived they had with
them each a basket, well filled with de
licious edibles which were served dur
ing the evening, adding much to the
evening's enjoyment. At a late hour
the guests departed, wishing they could
surprise Miss Anderson again soon.
Those present were Misse3 Jennie
Reynolds, Katie Foster, Ruth Millbern,
Lydia Hobson, Irma South, Estella
Giese, Luella White, Mable Gray, Net
tie Smith, Gertrude Smith; Messrs.
Jesse Perry, Halhe Perry, Henry
Perry, Roy South, Fred McKinney,
Leslie McKinney. Roy Denson, Otto
Bulin, Joe Bulin, Joseph Reynolds, Ev
eret Gooding, Raymond Welch, Clar
ence Busche, Leslie Vroman and Will
j . Mrs. A. A. Shore, of Northboro, Mo.
who has been visiting her parents John
j Brady and wife, of thi3 city, over the
holidays, left for her home Tuesday
morning after a most enjoyable visit
here. "' -
Gives House Party.
Miss Marie Donnelly of Plattsmouth,
who has been the guest of Miss Laura
Kuhlman, returned home Thursday eve
ning accompanied by Miss June Ballard,
Irma Thomas, Laura Kuhlman and Leta
Thomas. Miss Donnelly gives a house
party t these young ladies and they
were joined . Friday by Harry Thomas
who remained over until today. Neb.
Meets and Considers the Impor
tant Question of Light
for the City.
..The light committee... of. the city i
council and thecqmmittee. appointed .by";
J. "P-. Falter president of the commer
cial club, held a joint "meeting at the
office of Mr. Falter Saturday evening,
behind closed, doors. The following
Herman Rankonin of Louisville spent j proposition wa3 tbore 6ubmitted by the !
Tuesday in this city looking after m- J Nebraska Lighting Co. : To furnish j
portant business engagements. j ei 'hteen as ,amp3 of 45 c. p. on Main ;
ou get one of the souvenirs be
ing given by the Plattsmouth Music
pr p.. i!
!ii r ;nr sonn who do:
ATT & SON
The genuine "Senlshipt" Oysters are always sold from a
White l'orcelain Display Case beariu the "Sealshipt" trade
mark ia Mue. This id for your protection look for it.
The "SenWiipt" Carrier System is patented Infringe
ment: will be prosecuted to the full extent of the l.iiv.
NATIONAL OYSTER CARRIER COMPANY
tiuuih Norwulk. Connrctinii.
Au agriculture and Rood roads
meeting; of great iiuportaae was held
at the court house In Tecumseh Tues
day afternoon, the attendance being
good. These meetings, which are be
ing held in each county of the First
district, are under the auspices of
Congressman I'ollard. who has done
a great work for the f arming interests
of his constituents in the national
Ask Your Dealer far PlanSlftBf Flour
."littsmoutn Roller Kills
T. JeHerson Becoming Famous.
Hon. T. Jefferson O' Day, editor of
the Register, mayor, city treasurer,
justice of the peace, constable and gen
eral Pooh Bah. of Nehawka. was in the
city today between trains shaking hands
j with his many friends and telling tome
! funny stories. Parson O'Day is cer-
taitdy the jolliest newspaper man in the
state and finds time to be pleasant and
charitable to all. Neb. City Press.
1! MISERY IN STOMACH
Indigestion Vanishes in Five
Minutes and. You Will
Why not start now -today, and for
I ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
i.-! i-rvT-iAMA,,,,, Mfrr. ..niand indigestion? A dieted
Vine, between 12th and i:;th streets, j Cets the blues and grumbles. Give it i
For further particulars inquire at :a ood cat. then take Pape's Diapepsin j
News office. tf , 10 siun ninciint- juni-a nuiMiin.
There will be no dyspepsia or belching
1 of gas or eructations of undigested
food; no feeling like a lump of lead in
The annual meeting of the Farmers'
Mutual Fire and Live Stock Insurance
company of Cass county, Neb., will be
held at the Heil school house (District
No. SS) on Saturday, January 9th. 1P0!.
at 1:;0 p. m. for the purpose of electing
officers for the coming year ajid trans
acting such other business as may come
before the meeting.
stomach I Jacob TuiTSCH. J. P. Faltek.
FOR RF.NT Five-room cottatre. be
tween 7th r?rul Sth streets on Marble.
Call up Piatt Phone No. 19:5.
FOR SALK--A number
in cottage.-, ea.-y term,
the stomach or heartburn, sick headache
and dizziness, and your food will not
ferment and poison your breath with
Pane'; Diapepsin costs only 50 cents
for a large case at any drug store here
and will relieve the most obstinate case
of indigestion and upset stomach in five
..... There is nothing else better to take
FOR SALE A nicely locate! live ; gas from the stomach and cleanse the
a i-res. for SIOOO Improvements stomach and intestines, and besides,
worth more than half this. one triangule will digest and prepare
Windham Investment Company. for assimilation into the blood all your
1 food the same as a sound, healthy stom-
FOR SALE-My Uo ;u-iv farm. 2$ j ach would do.
miles southwest of Oreapolis and 5 ' When Diapepsin works your stomach
miles northwest of Plattsmouth. For j rests -gets itself in order, cleano
terms call Plattsmouth 'phono No. .S i up-and then you feel like eating when
Married at Greenwood.
The Greenwood correspondent gives
the following account of the marriage
of two of Cass county's popular young
people. The correspondent says:
Mr. II. A. Erickson and Miss Fannie
Mathis were married at the home of
the bride's parents Monday. The cer
emony was preformed by Rev. Henry
Royse, of the Methodist church, was
witnessed by a large company of rela
tives and friends. This young couple
have lived here long and are favorably
known. Their parents are amorg the
prominent families of Cass county.
The Plattsmouth Music Company an
nounces that it will present to every
lady calling at the store a handsome
Photo post cards of Taf t at Platts
mouth. Now on sale Ten different
views at 5c each. Nemetz & Co. next
to P. O.
- From the Nebraska City News we
learn that our old friend Louis Otnatt,
has been suffering with rheumatism,
but is able to be about again after be
ing confined to his room for some days.
D. W. Foster, one of the leading
farmers of Liberty precinct was a
Plattsmouth visitor Monday evening
and Tuesday morning. Mr. Foster was
accompanied by A. D. Hathaway, an
old time resident of Liberty.
F. S. Will, of Knuckolls county, re
turned to his home after spending a
few days with his parents in this city.
Mr. Will departed for his home Tues
Mrs. W. L. Pickett and her mother
Mrs. Rustin departed for Lincoln Tues
day morning and will visit relatives at
the state capital for a few days.
md a short
the door to
Opportunities For Young Wowen.
The Philadelphia school for nurses,
2219 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
offers Free Scholarships in Trained
Nursing to young women in every state
in the Union. The scholarships cover
the full two years course, with room,
board, uniforms, laundering, etc.. in
cluded, and railroad fare paid to home
town or district upon the completion of
A home study course
resilient course are
vided, which quickly open
opportunity and enable
students to render a noble
humanity and at the same time acquire
for themselves a substantial income
from the best paid occupation now :
open to women; besides qualifying every j
student to deal with emergencies in the 1
home that may mean the saving of a'
loved one's life.
Far-seeing philanthropists are adding
to the resources of this sc hool, with the
view of ultimately extending these
benefits to earnest, energetic young ,
women in all country districts and in j
all the smaller towns and cities.
The institution is approved and en-;
dorsed by leading physicians and edu-1
cators of the entire country. Some of I
the leading men of this state are itst
strong supporters ana endorsers, as
will be seen by the catalogue which
will be sent to any one who writes to
the school for it.
street and the avenues, all night ser- !
vice, and eighty-two incandescent ;
j lamps of 32 c. p. in the residence part
of the city, midnight service, for the
j sum of $1900 5 early for a term of five
years. The company to obligate itself
to give satisfactory service and put its
plant in first class condition within six
months. The price of light to the pri
vate consumers was to be at an average
of the following cities: Grand Island,
Hastings, Fremont, Beatrice and Nor
folk. The agreement was signed up by
the committee except Councilman Von
dran, and after considerable discussion
which Bortenlanger, the Glenwood
capitalist, insisted on "butting into,"
it was decided to put the whole matter
over until tomorrow night, when Bor
tenlanger will submit something dif
ferent. It is said that he proposes to
build a plant here, but during the time
required to install the same will furnish
the light required here by cable from
Glenwood. The meeting was a warm
Married By Judge Beeson.
Yesterday Judge Beeson performed
the ceremony which united in the holy
bonds of wedlock, James Cass Smith
and Miss Louise Muenchau, both par
ties of near Eagle. The young couple
were accompanied by Ben A. Muenchau,
brother of the bride who acted as best
man and Miss Ethel Smith, sisterofthe
groom who was bridesmaid.
The groom is a prominent young far
mer of his community while the bride
is the accomplished daughter of Fred
Muenchau, one of the prominent Re
publicans of the west end of the county j
and a successful agriculturist. The j
happy couple departed for their home j
on the afternoon train. The News- ;
Hekald joins their many friends in j
wishing the bridal pair long life and i
3 I -.. . .... - -u : 11. ...
Send her a post card of your favorite
float. At Nemetz & Co.s
Copynght iw .
The Houie of Kuppenhomr
WOW IS THE
to buy your new overcoat.
Pre-inventory sale. 10 and
20 per cent discount for cash.
C. E. Wescotts Sons.
"Where Quality counts."
For Fine Job Printing Come to This Office
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders.
For children -successfully used by
Mother Cray, nurse in the Children's
home in New York, cure feverishness,
bad stomach, teething disorders, moves
and regulate the bowels and destroy
worms. Over 10,000 testimonials. They
never fail. At all duggists, 25c. Sam
ple free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
I,c Roy, N. Y.
line H. George Halmas.
(TGAR SALKSM A
vour locality represent is. Ek-
lerience unnecessary:?ll pe.lnonth.
and exjH'nses. Write for paj-Jfulars.
Monarch Cigar Co. St. Lou:i, Mo.
.V-St 1 yu come to the. table, and what you
' eat will do you good.
Absolute relief from all stomach mis
ery is waiting for you as soon as you
, . . decide to begin taking Diapepsin. Tell
" A.l.u.yHUinr.1r..frt,--tithaUyou t Pape's
Diapepsin. because you
thoroughly'cured of indigestion ..
WANTKD (lirl at Riley Ho el.
LOST Oil STRAYED -Red alf with
white face, about , monthTT old and
weighing about 17" pounds. Finder
will be paid for hi trouble y return
ing same to Kunsman ant Ramge or
notifying them of the aninjl's where
WANTED To trade, a
a good single driving h ppe
mouth Music Company.
Miss Clara Andrus, who has been a
great sufferer for a number of months
from appendicitis, was taken to Lincoln
last Saturday for an operation. Showas
placed in the Ramethenian Restorium,
a hospital in which her uncle Dr. Fred
Andrus is part owner. The operation
was to take place last Tuesday. For i
long time Miss Clara has suffered some
very hard spells, and as a last resort
they concluded to abide by the advice
Later Word received from C. B. ;
Andrus states that his daughter Clara
was operated on Tuesday. She came
BIG MONEY AGENTS. FREE SAM
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sparkling, famous, $5 Barnatto Sim
ulation Diamond Ring, brilliancy
equals genuine detection baffles ex
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most exacting pleases the most
fastidious at only one-thirtieth the
cost of the real diamond. As a
means of introducing this marvelous
and wonderful scintillating gem.
and securing as many new friends as
quickly as possible, we arc making a
yean- We want you to wear this
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Hashes with all the fire of the gen
uine diamond. We want you to show
it to your friends and take orders for
us, as it sefls itself sells at sight
and makes 100 per cent profit for
you, absolutely without eff6rt on
your part. We want good, honest
representatives everywhere, in every
locality, city or country, in fact, in
every country throughout the world,
both men and women,N young and
old, who will not sell or pawn the
Returns to Washington.
Hon. E. M. Pollard departed Sunday
evening for Washington where he will
renew his labors for his constituency.
Mr. Pollard is not one of the kind that
gets sore over the way elections some
times go. He will be found in his place
working just as hard for the interests
of this district as he would have done
had he been reelected. His efforts in
behalf of the good roads movement
will he of much benefit to the whole
On Way to Recovery.
Mrs. W. L. Street accompanied by
her granddaughter, Clara Mae Morgan,
visited Mr. Street at the hospital Tues
day afternoon, and found the invalid
gaining strength rapiaiy. lie is auie
to sit up now nearly all of the time
ami can walk about some, ins many
friends in this city will he jjlad to see
Mr. Street home acrain improved in
two hours and four minutes, and was
more severe "than was expected. j
Weeping Water Republican. ' ,: i
WANTED Information ntgarding a J through in pretty good shape. It took
good farm or business Vt sale; not
particular about locatlol: wish to
hear from owner only, Jk.o will sell
direct to buyer; give prlJfe, descrip
tion and state when pospsion can be
had. Address L. Datljyshire, Box ,
1320-A, Rochester, jn , . y.-4
ZTTZ. ' Nebraska, blizzard
Ask lor Allen's FoofEasfe. - 'rmfsf
a wder for swollen, tired, hot, j Mollie departed
;r,o- IWt. Sample sent free. Also j They took with them
t- cr,l of the Foot-Ease Sanitary , little son Frank, and. they
Corn-Pad, a new invention. Addresr, ; visit relatives in
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. jY. J time. .,
Here is Reliel For Women.
If you ha'e pains in the back, Uri
nary, Bladder or Kidney trouble, and
want a certain, pleasant herb cure for
woman's ills, try Mother Gray's Australian-Leaf.
It is a safe and never
failing regulator. At Druggists or by
mail 50 cts. Sample package free.
Address. The Mother Gray Co. LeRoy,
N. Y. ,
Cone to Oklahoma.
William Noxon and wife left Tuesday
afttrnoon for their new home atMinco,
Oklahoma, where they will reside in
future. The News-Herald will visit
Barnatto Simulation Diamonds under I their home twice each week and keep
the pretense they are genuine gems, j thorn posted on events in old Cass. We
as such action sometimes leads to j regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Noxon from
trouble or embarrassment. If you the community, but wish them prosper-
wana a simulation- diamond, a sub- ; Jty in their new home.
stitute for the genuine don't wait -
act today, as this advertisement may ; This is an Easy Test.
not appear again-first come, first Sprinkle Aliens Foot-Ease m one
served. For free sample offer beau-, shoe and not in the other,' and notice
rimr oamVrrc i ctnH Ar cfn--f i the difference. Just the .thing to use
(stick) oin. address when rubbers or overshoes become ne
. The Barnatto Diamond Co. ; cessary, and your shoes seem to pinch.
za-&4tiahtc Miss ' Cirard Building. Chicaro. ! 2d everywhere,, ic. Don t accept
ed for Whitesboro. Texas?! -y , ... j any substitute.
t,..- thll Ihe Kind Yoa Haw Hlwaw Bxtf
Visit South Land.
i Taking time by the forelock and j
! thinking to escape the rigors of the
Tuesdav morninir I
the south for some
i Betrsthe S?
Iti K ri Yc j Hste Alwais'BoDt
E. G. Dovey & Son
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