The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911, April 22, 1909, Image 8
A. MAGAZINE BARGAINS.! t V V V v f T v SCOUNT V ? T f V SALL ', V v X Owing to the fa( t that the sea son has been so backward we have our big store full of new spring" goods which must be moved, including a full line of spring millinery and dozens and dozens of Wooltex ann Sunshine suits, skirts and spring coats and princess dresses. We anticipated a big business in these lines and would have had it had the season been more propitious. But now Jt we shall move them by price-cut ting. Commencing Saturday, April 24, a discount of 25 per cent will be given on everything in the millinery and cloak department and summer dress goods. Notice the illustration. A suit to delight the heart of any girl a three-piece Wooltex, and though it may be her only suit yet she can be appropriately dressed all the time and have the many changes that a girl likes. The simple style and perfect tailoring make it suitable for all oc casions. The guimpe provides for innumerable changes. Think what 25 per cent discount means a &20 suit for V $15, a $16 suit for $12. A $6 hat for $4.50, a $4 hat for $3. A recent belated arrival has placed our clothing in the front rank with the best stocks in this section of the country. We can more than duplicate Omaha or Lincoln prices on clothing. Gent's Furnishings and Shoes. f V T t v y y T y y f y y X y V ! f 1 f Hlh ill) fa if : II -1 l ' $ ifU' y t V y y y y y f y f y y y y y y t y y y y y y The following oilers contain only selected magazires of the highest merit. The n cds ai d desires of every one will be fuui.J represented in this list W.jme- Literature. 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It was a tidy, al tXoKh not a pretentious establish bjvrl After a good meal ho called r 11m waitress and Inquired what kind of ho "had. Applepleiiiincepleralslnpiebliieberry :hlef instrument of torture. At four, o'clock one morning Assemblyman' Colne, chulrman of the assembly com-' mittee on canals, was called out of bed. The conversation was in thU or der: j "This you, Colne? Were you asleep?" j "No, no; I was playing bridge whist; out on the lawn tennis court." "Well, we dislike to disturb you, but i pcretardpieppachpieandstraw berry i we have an argument down town. One shrlm'k" the young woman repeated man says you are the best authority i Slitoly. j in theso pc.rts on canals. Is that "Will you please say that again?" ! -Isht?" Jw Twaed, leaning a trlllo forward. "Well, I consider myself pretty good Th rl went through the list at ; In the daytime, but I don't care to be ' TjWniDR rate. "Andstrawberryshort cuVr," she concluded, with emphasis. "Wotild you mind doing It onco . nrrw' he asked. j ftjr waitress looked her disgust, and ' vtLTici) la' a third time, pronouncing i 51e o0s In a defiantly clear tone. "TlmnK you," he remarked, when , h liad finished. "l-)r the life of mo I I cant see how you do It. Hut I like ; retcar It It'i very interesting very, j CS-wj no apple pie, please, and thank j $t) rry much." Tit-Bits. I She Can't Be Pleated. aV woman Is never satisfied. She Is afraid the man across the aisle laiaoBhuc to try to flirt with her or dls nmsami because he exhibits no Inten On to do bo. Exchange. pulled out of bfd and asked to discuss canals at four o'clock In the morn ing" I "You're a little sensitive, Is that !t?" , "Sensitive nothing; don't you think 1 a man has a right to be a little sens! live over such a trick as this?" "But you're not angry? ' "No, I'm delighted." "Well, what we wanted to kno Is this: Is there any statuto prohibiting member of the legislature from tak ing a bath In any portion of the Erie canal which Is not used for drinking purposes?" What Mr. Colne said then will never be printed. New York Herald. Telsgraphera'; Cran-p. An Interesting feature of telegraph ers' cir.nip Is that certain letters are nearly always the stumbling block. Tbe most frequent are "C" and "Y" thrt Is, the rode slgnnls used for these letters. When a sender begins to he "conscious" about so common a letter as "C," his casa soon becomes n hope b 2s one. Another firm of cramp at teens til" receiver of the message. It tikes the form of Inability to write fast enough to take down a message p.n!ckly transmitted. This Is easily un derstood when It is remembered that a rt cc her often has to write continuously to code dictation, so to speak, for hours at a time. The strain Is enor ous, and leads fairly commonly to what is practically a form of nervous break' down. Sleepiest Creatures. There are several species of fish, Sometimes. repines ana insects tnal never sleep ' tttrajnently happens nowadays that during the whole of thlr existence tttae prodigal son returns to his homo for Vat express purpose of Inviting the nan out to a first-class square mal. Fuck. Conscience and the Mind. j AAJlson: A good conscience Is to Qo filii'l what health la to U body, j Amcng fish It Is positively known that pike, salmon nnd gold fish at no Mm sleep; also that there are other mem bers of the flsh family that sleep only a few minutes during the course of a month. There are various species of files that never Indulge In slumber, nnd five species of scrrents also that do not sleep. Reunited After Many Yeart. Report says that den. Sickles, vet eran of the civil war, and his wife are reunited alter 27 years of separation. The story Is that Mrs. Sickles' mother, who was an Invalid, wished her to re turn to Spain after her marriage and reside with her. Mrs. Sickles thought she should return to her mother and remain with her till she died. Mr, Sickles did not agree with her and tie refused to return to Spain to live. The couple separated, the wife returning to her mother, who has recently died Now In their old ago the couple are reunited. Wafti for Pencil Drawings. Pencil drawings may be rendered permanent by brushing them with mixture of equal parts of skimmed milk and water. ad DELINEATOR Vol c $400 tor S3 00 t y y y y y AM. subscriptions ARE KOUONE full yeah. Subscriptions may be nw, renewl, c ex'envons. Maga zines may be sen' to one or to sp irate addresses. Additional postage i3 charged or Canadian and For eign subscriptions. If you do not find what you want, send us your list, and we will quote you the lowest possible price. We will duplicate any oiler made by any reputable agent, agsncy, or publisher. The NEWS-HERALD, Plattsmouih, Nebraska. WOULD FUSE, WITH THE ORIENT. Writer Declares That Out of Action Would Come a Better Race. In many respects the orientals are our antithesis, and If our ideals, prin ciples, and institutions are more heneflclent. we are under obligation io present them. There should be no collision between the Mongol and the Anglo-Saxon races, but Instead there should be a fusion. Out of this fusion there should emerge a better race. We can learn much from the various people of the orient which would be beneficial to ourselves, and while we receive from them we are able to contribute tho one great principle of tho Anglo-Saxon race, namely, liberty. Every race that has com Into power and prominence has stood for somo great, overmastering Idea. That for which wc stand and which Is the great touchstone of our great national life 1 liberty. It la for our nation, as the great western wing of tho Anglo-Saxon race, to Join In the extension of this principle, nnd also to hear the mes sage of peace. Mason S. Stone, Com missioner of Education of Vermont, in Leslie W'o.'kly. Rubber Displacing Tea. In a once famous tea district of In dla the cultivation of rubber has driv en the production of the former to sec ond place, nearly 17,000 acres belnf devoted to rubber plantations. Not Good. "Was It a good comedy?" "Very poor; the only time my husband smiled was when he went out aftef each act." Houston Post. After the Game. Jones "Saw In the paper that a fellow got 30 dayB for hugging In tho park." Smith "Penalized for holding, Make the Best of Things. Happiness Includes the art of over looking things and concealing regrets As the Lord loveth a cheerful giver, tho world lovoth a cheerful looker. All Gcmlc'.des Not Good. Of late tinny countries have besnl making official tests as to the value ol germicides. As a result It Is declared that tho public should be careful in thu selection of a disinfectant, for thers are In the market many which have, no germicidal action whatever. Prof j Hewlett, as a result of his tests, say j that not only Is the public defrauded,! but there Is also a grave danger Intro-! duced when a person believed he wat using something which would tatally destroy germs and wis thereby lulled Into a semte of security when in reali ty no sense of security was justified. He claims that for many years past sanitary authorities have been living In a fool's paradise vainly imaglnim; that the fluids they have been sprink ling around have been dealing dea'h and destruction to all germs and bac terial intruders. His advice is that before buying a germicldo the public Bhould Insist on receiving with It a copy of a report ou its value by a bac teriologist or properly qualified medi cal man of standing. TO SZND SACK SHiP'S SOUNDS. A Leading Question. Superintendent McLaren of Saa Francisco's system of public parks was Inspecting the work of restoring Union square to its former beauty, now that the little St. Francis has been re moved. "I'm for heavln' this un out; It'a a bum little bush," remarked a garden er with a brogue. "Which or.e?" Inquired McLaren. "You don't mean this beautiful little Scotch heather? All It needs Is more water and It will grow as tall as you are." "You're not so tall yourself, Mr. M Laren." "Not extraordinarily so." "I say, Mr. McLaren," reflected th gardener, thoughtfully, "did you ever try water yourself?" San Francis) Chronicle Experiment! with New Safety Device for Fcggy Weather. The United States government is ex v?rlmenting In San Francisco hay with a safety device for foggy weather which Is remarkable In '.he uniqueness of Its Idea. It is nothing less 'han a fog buoy which will make no njise of Its own, but which will be expected to catch the sound waves of a vessel' whistle and echo them back across tho water. Tho buoy, or structure, Is construct ed of ccrrugated iron sheeting, placed on piles, and built in three wings placed at different angles. Each win,; Is 32 foet square. The idea was given birth accidental ly. There has always been much trouble In the upper part of San Fran cisco bay because the Bhore lights cannot be seen when tho weather is bad. Tllots and skippers began to no tice, however, bow clearly the corru gated steel warehouses around ncnlcla returned the sound of their whistles, and for some time have been guiding their way along by the echoes. Th government is confident that the new buoys will act In the same manner. Improved Ice Cream Freezer. A new Ice cream freexor, by using glass can, claims to do away with tha arduous labor of turning a crank and freezes Its contents by packing la crushed Ice and salt Limitation. Emerson: The hand can never exe. cute anything higher than the char acter can aspire. Value of High Thoughts. Thoughts do Influence the health. Cheerful, high-bred thoughts drive dull care iway.