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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1909)
See us for salt bills.
Dr. Barnes, veterinary.
t. .11. vunci ims u::e ;u ii;i.r, .Neo.,
on a business trip.
Mrs. Frances Skoumal is visiting her
daughter in On aha.
Iraol F. Bates is visiting with rela
tives at Stanton, Neb.
. V. Crept? spent Sunday with the
home folks in Dunla;, la.
D. W. Foster of Union was attending
to business hire Wednesday.
County Clerk liosev.craus and wife
were Elmwood' visitors Monday.
Miss Etta Niehles of Murray was
shopping in the city Wtdnesday.
See Dr. Barnes for your veterinary
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
John Group of Louisvilie was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Mable Huntley of La Platte
was .shopping in this city yesterday.
coin the b.tter part of the week. His
dat-'hter, Claire, v. ill return home with
Mrs. Walter L. Thomas a-.l children'
left this week for I.org Ia"h, Cal.,
where they will ti.T.ke their future
H. C. Long of Murray was ;i business
visitor here Thursday. Mr. Long is
one of the substantial farnurs of Cass
who is engaged m
farming in North Platte cour-.try was
looking after business h the .ity yes
.Mr. and Mrs. Claud Everett of I'mor.
visited J. G. Iii.'hey Friday. Mr. Ki .hey
has been seriously i!l for so:i.t.ti;e. but !
is much improved.
(I. F. S.wi'.zer or.e of Nvhawka's
prosperous citizens was a w;tr. s ir. an
insanity ease before the insar.dy corn
The Social Workers of the M. E. ,
church held a very enjoyable meeting .
at the beautiful home of Mrs. C. C.
m r".. i'...!,., ..fi'.,.;..i vT.-i.
itna. vjvv. ucuiiivt: ui viciir-uii, .vu, ; YoSCOtt 8 tO'laV
is visiting with relatives in this city. , ,. . . r . , .
J J. II. ..leismeer of Cedar Creel: sr.
James Loughridge of Murray was a jJ(.jb iL.j 0f rj.,.ht .j;;.. (;rv,.
'bu-iness visitor in the city yesterday, j w,..v tra isaoting business with our
County Commissioner Jordan of Alvo local merchants Saturday.
w;is in the city the lirst of the week.
Mrs. Jennie Kelt tier of Nehawka vis
iieJ in this city the first of the week.
i'. G. Stone has returned to the hos- :inrl relatives of this city and vicinity,
pital in Omaha for a second operation. M.jn lay evening the local Masonic
Mrs. C. E. Atherton is visiting with i I'dge conferred the master mason de
friends and relatives in Council Bluirs. ; (free up n Court Reporter Earl Travis,
Mis. John Gilson left Monday for i aft'ir whi,'h a l,TAVKt was ?m'ea in the
several davs visit with Line,-,!,. r. I'iuet hall and those who were pres-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kivehler of .'hen
dan, '.Vyo., Irivo returr.ed to tln-ir home
' after several dav visit with friends
In order to pet acquainted with as many of our patrons as possible, in as short a
time as possible, we have decided to hold a formal opening on
SATURDAY, MAY 1
at which time every lady caller at our store will be presented with a souvenir Japan
ese fan. This is a handsome article, silk covered, assorted floral deorations
silver bound edge, black enamel stick, cord and tassel.
We carry one of the
finest racket stocks to
be found in this purl of
Nebraska, as well as
books, periodicals and
stationery, and we feel
uurc if you will call once
and get acquainted you
will call again. To the
old patrons of W. C.
Irwin Ai Co., we extend
a cordial invitation to
call and get acquainted
with the new manage
ment, and the same in
invitatieu is extended to
t he people of Cuss county
II. M. Earl of Ashland visited his
sitter in this city the fore part of the
T. J. Jameson of Weeping Water
was looking after business here yes
terday. Adam Fornoif of Eight Mile Grove
was trading with the local merchants
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Atwood the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Newell
Miss Jessie Kobertsnrs is attending
the Grand Lodge of the Eastern Star
ent to participate pronounce ! it a very
An Instantaneous Cure.
During the cattle piapue cf lfC.fi In
England a fanner who had lost n num
ber of his rows prow fo de rersetl that
be fully persuaded himself he bad al
so contracted the disease. The medi
cal man whom he consulted tried in
vain to lauuh him out of his fears,
but subsequently, hcir.s fond of n
joke, pn'tci'ded to njivp with the pa
tit nt'g views, and solemnly told him
if he would attend to his instructions
he would be rured. He then gave
the farmer a prescription, which he
dire ted should be taken to a neigh-
W. C. IRWIN & CO.
Larkin & Co.
i boring dnm.dst, but when the latter
Miss Lucille Bates spent Sunday with opened the envelop, and read the con
some of her University friends at Ham- tents he was as much startled as the
;urg, Iowa. - : Tanner. Jor the prescription was as
"iou, . . , , follows: "This man has the rattle
Mrs. rran J-vehla and daughter,;.., . , . ... ,. , ,
... : luuuuir. lunr nun n;u uie uhckvuim
Helen, are vis.tmg fr.enos in St. , ,, shont ,. ac(.ortlB to act of
Joseph, Mo. j parliament." Needless to say, the
Mrs. O'Dell of Kansas City, Mo., is! cure was instantaneous.
visiting in the city, the guei-t of Mrs. i
Fred Latham. j Investing in Nature.
.1 R Shi.iWu is ntfP"'i"ir tl-.P iirniifi ! A man must Invest himself near at
lodge meeting of the Riynl Arcanum at
Omaha this week.
Built to the Memory cf a Dog.
Of the memorial); to does the most
Imposing of modern date is "Tell's
Tower," n structure on the ner.shoro
near West Kirby, fhes-hire, Kiik. It
is in honor of the treat St. IVrnard
dog. Tell, "ancestor of most of the
rough-coated champions of Knglnnd,
and himself winner of every prize in
the kingdom. He was majestic in
appearance, noble In character, and of
undaunted courage." Huilt by the.
late Mr. J. Camming Macdona, the
tower i3 a sort of Hummer house, In
the base of which Is a vault contain
ing Tell's remains, guarded by an
t-fligy of that remarkable animal.
Wide World Magazine.
hand, and In common things, and be
content with a steady and moderate
retirn. If he would know the blessed-
W. H. Heil of Eight Mile Grove was j ness of a cheerful her.rt and the sweet-
transacting business with our local '
James A. Walker a well known citi
zen of Murray was a business visitor in
the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mr9. L. C. Anderson left
yestetday fur Seattle, Wash., for a
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Henry Steihauer and daughter,
(ila'iys are vi.-itir.g with Mrs. Wesley
Campbell of Lincoln.
Chris. Schomuker and wife of Ne
hawka were looking after business
matters here Tuesday.
Adam Kraeger from west of this
city was transacting business with our
l ieal merchants Monday.
William Foltz, of South Omaha, a son
of the late Louis Foltz, transacted buis
ut ss in this city Friday.
H. A. Schneider was in Lincoln Tues
day attending the meeting of the lie
publican Statu Committee.
Z. W. Shrader of Nehawka was in the
city to obtain a large quanity of alfalfa
seed to sow on his farm.
D. K. Darr is now located at Ash
land, Neb., to jirattice law. He did
not like Oklahoma farm work.
Mrs. Harry S. James of Lincoln is
visiting in this city with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marshall.
tiess of a walk over the round earth.
This Is a lesson the American han yet
to learn capability of amusement on
a low key. He expects rapid and ex
traordinary returns. He would make
the very elemental laws pay usury.
He has nothing to invest In a walk;
it is too slow, too cnenp. We crave ;
the astonishing, the exciting, the far'
away, and do not know the highways
of the gods when we see them always !
a sign of the decay of faith and sim- j
plicity of man. John Iturroughs.
To Overcome Coilr.
A French doctor has had gr?ct
?ess with scattering boils by applying
it the first sign of inllammatlon com
presses wet with equal parts of tinc
ture of arnica, tincture of iodine and
spirits of camphor. Continue until the
trouble seems to be passed. If with j
he compresses one drinks sulphur j
water or redclover blossom tea It will
help to scatter the bolls and over- I
;oine the tendency. j
Worldly Wisdcm. ;
As there is a worldly happiness 1
which God perceives to be no more
than disguised misery; as there are i
worldly honors which In his estima- ,
tion are reproach, so there is a world-
ly wisdom which In his sight Is fool- j
Ishness. Of this worldly wisdom the
characters are given In the Scriptures, !
ami placed In contrast with those of ,
the wisdom which Is from above. The i
one Is the wisdom of the crafty, the ;
other that of the upright; the one
terminates in selfishness, the other In
charity; the one is full of strife and
bitter envyings, the other of mercy
and of good fruits. Ulair.
Real Attractiveness. j
A magnetic personality Is often
more powerful than ability, and is
jften, very often, placed in the hal- I
ince against It. It Is therefore advia- :
uble to exert onese lf to the utmost to
'.ultivate that wonderful charm to the '
niftiest degree, and she who has It ,
not is not so much to be pitied as :
blamed, for it Is, more or less, within !
the reach of all. !
"Always climb up and never go
down that is the way to gain a
crown, and make your life work
greater. Something like this the
moralist said; the youth replied, as
he shook his head: "I run an ele
vator." Walt Mason, in Kmporla Gazette.
"Pigeon milk is a myth," said a
milkman, "but there actually Is a bean
milk. It is drunk, put In tea and cof
fee, and even frozen for Ice cream.
Henry Sass and son, John, came over' The Japs are its Inventors. This milk
frem Louisville Saturday and made 1 hp i Is made of the Soja bean. Tfce bean
Advice Worth Heeding.
Do not wait, but begin tomorrow
morning to be reliable and keep at It
until ullalillity becomes a part of
you. Hooker T. Washington.
Nkws-Hkkam) a pleasant call.
At a meeting of the Library Hoard '
Tuesday evening, D. 15. Smith was
elected I'resident of the board. !
The old reliable Dr. Harnes is again J
prepared to attend to your veterinary j
wants. Satisfaction guaranteed. i
Mrs. J. C. McCaleb returned to her!
home in Shenandoah, la., after a visit
n this city with Mrs. Sol Adarnson. ' Drilling for "the Seventeenth."
1 Drill Instructor Casev Now, mln,
Commissioner Switzer was in the city yez will take one stlp to the rare, thin
from Weeping Water, Monday and , one to the front, thin one to the rare
Tuesday looking nfter county business. agin, an' yez' II be as yez were before
(i. C. Dovey visited relatives in Lin-1 w,'re aB 'ez are now'-Judge.
Is first soaked, then boiled In water.
After the liquid turns white sugar and
phosphate of potash are added, and
the boiling Is kept up till a substance
of the thickness of molasses Is ob
tained. Nobody could tell this, bean
milk from condensed milk, and when
water Is added it can't be told from
the fresh. The Japanese poor use
Where Nature Falls Short.
Whiskers may conceal n receding
chin, but there Is no help for a flat
And Equal Uselessness.
Were every pebble a ruby, the ruby
and tne pebble would be of equal
New Use for Onions.
A woman has cured her husband of
a bad attack of "afllnitltls" by feeding
bin) on raw onions.
No Cheap Grades.
There are no varying degree of 1
At Herold's Book and Stationary Store
A brand new $380.00 Cabinet Grand Piano for $280. Spot cash or bank
able paper-with payments adjusted to suit convenience. A leading western piano
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usual agent's commission of $100.00. If you are in the market for a first class,
guaranteed for 10 years, instrument HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE
$100. This will be the only piano offered on these terms.
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latest patent repeating action, extra heavy felt hammers; exposed pin Mock; extra heavy three
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parts. All late sheet music, vocal and instrumental, on sale.
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