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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1909)
Being fireproof, threshermen are free from the risk on wood machines and insurance is unnecessary. Several J. I.
CASE ;Machines have went through fires and after a few belts and repairs were put on they were running again with
only a day's delay. Ordinarily it would take several days to replace a burned machine which would mean the loss of a
large part of the season's run. Threshing machinery is subject to more hard usage and exposure than any other, which
accounts for its rapid deterioration. But J. I. CASE Steel Separators are weather and water proof as well as fire proof,
the threshermen can save the heavy premium expense, and be free from all risks as well as safeguarding his customers'
property. In addition to being a fast thresher and thorough separator the CASE Machines is an excellent cleaner, it is
not uncommon for farmers who have had their threshing done with a CASE Machine to get higher prices for their grain
because it is well cleaned. Farmers should bear this in mind when they contract for threshing and specify the CASE to
to do their work. If you are interested in a threshing machine that would save you money, all or write me.
Sorosis Shoes For
TOO Arr-fcoriUNATE FOR MAYOR.
6PENT MUCH FOR EMBROipERY.
Owing to the beautiful
lines ar.d proportions of
Sorosis Models and the su
perior quality of leathers and construction, Sorosis
Shoes forcibly commend themselves to women of fash
ionable requirements. Their correctness in shape and
leathers is assured from season to season by the fact
that Sorosis Style Creators studiously follow the de
mands of fashion and suggestions and ideas of patrons.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 So. 15th St.
Frank Wilcox, Mgr. Omaha.
For Hot Fires Get Egenber
ger's Coal !
Sure satisfaction every time you light a fire if on
top of the kindling is ebony fuel from our yards.
It's heat and light giving and slate-free when it
leaves the mines, screened and cleaned again here
and served to you full weight and with celerity of
delivery. Order any way that suits you. Uoth
Dignified OrTcicI Dislikes Being,
Husrcd in the Dirk by Bruin.
When clt'slntf l!:::e ranie in the city
ball tho (titer afternoon Mayor
Cbarl s H. French couahed impres
sively, indiciting n preper degree of
satisfaction with tlio tlir.Ifld pros
ress of his adtidnlstra'lon. closed his
roll-top desk with a Lar.g. l crmitted the
messenger to ai jutt his overcoat nnJ
present Ids hat. and then trod fo: til
to mu't hit) fellow tov. iismen, says i'
Concord (X. J.) dispatch to the New
York Herald. Instcd of poin;; out the
front door, if the city hall, however.
Mayor French took a nhort cut that
led through a dark hallway past the
back er.tri.nce of a theater. .
While the mayor in the city hr.Il was
throwing off tho shackles of (dricla!
'are u wrestling bear l:i the theater
was Ir.iby thiowing off the shr.c'iks of
i more material iii.t irt. Mid as th"
mayor jut on his oveiccat tho bear
lud Its leather collar. So it came
about that as the Mayor entered the
Jark hallway at one ct.d, tho hoar en
tered it i.t am ther. The mayor lias
1 print io.-tkI for hears. I;:.' thi.
'icar had no i t sped at :;!1 for mayors.
In the datkr.ess the in; yn. U !t a
powerful deiali.in force laid iij.on his
'Sir," he said. In chilly tnnei, "if
you have bu-itiovs v.i;!i mo. you r.u.y
rail i;t n:y otitco In th :n in lei:."
'Tr-g-i-r," was lh ut.ph ;.:-a;uly
"My man" hetan the mayor, hut
!io Htc.i-ee.l ili;ht thcr". t r a fu: ty arm
vp.s throw r: ahoiit V.a net-k. ;.-ui a I
, rotiKh ti;i:'.m i.-.aiii1 a d'i::ii:itr;itl:n. '
j which, if It was intend. 'd to.' a kindly I
j salute-, failed utterly of its I'.tirrose j
I with tho iiK.yor. j
"I.e' no!" rotnniandi'd the mayor, hut
nls eoniininieu showed no ii.-;os!i io:i
to yl"Id to h;irh co;;r.i',a:;:!s. The mayor
! liad other resoiiiT( s. lie sti uck out so j
savagely wiih his freo hand, and with
such liainful iirocbl.in, that the hear.
I smitten on the noso, loosed Its hold !
j und fell hack a step.
I inntent witii tir.s temiKirary victory.
tho mayor sped anilely hack over tho
mute he had Just traversed, shoutim;:
"Hear! Hear!" at every jump. In cor
roboration of his alarm, tho hear pal
lon d iilons behind, bonnd not to bo d"!
r'e.l by his new Mead. The mayor
vat tho first to reach an eiicn do r,
throu';li whii'h he sped .in. t in time to
Napoleon I. Had Costly Coronation
Robe and Throne.
An old Parisian firm which deals in
embroideries and supplied artistic
needlework to the court of Lonls XVI
is still in posies-don of the accountc
of former centuries, and an inspection
(f these hoaks reveals Fomo interest
ing facts. Xapoleen I. was economical
as com; are 1 with the Kmp.ess Jose
jhlue, bat his billi wtro considerable.
Tha embioldery on his coronatioi.
robe cost 10, .100 francs, and an em
broidered cent cost 3,r,00. Thia coat
became too Ftnall fcr him after ho hud
worn it a c;:r, ar.d he ordered jiiecen
if doth to be it.rer'ed at tho teams
:.t!d covered with embroidery.
The b'll fr.r the Ur: t Xapoleon's
hr..r.e cn:om.t(d to .IllHi francs
TI.e inter drapory tf I urph.' vt lvet
!l'..n:,d with fill lace (est H' "0"
auf.-.. Tl.e rc ' vt-vt i'i'ls were
trev. a v.i'h e:;.L".' il'l'':' 1 ! bl"n bees
,t tv- fv.T'e; ;-;Iecf. TI-." Inner
.!:'.i:irv i t biii" ;--a In. with geld lace,
v ..- t.r.t i s tie.' :u 1.1 em
;(eje:e. siilv-s 'ir the I J i 1 f r trim-
or ) 1 1 ;.'.;-,. '! '.:.' ein
:i; i.i y .:. tie 1.1,:'' v . vet -'i;l.:.)ii
est i: vns' r.::d the fool c,:.i!iion
In aI.:!tio:i tl. ;e w -re t.O-'.O
-3 ei'..'i!..i I- i.-1 ( !. i a;. i U t.i tl.a
Rich Roast Beef.
After all there is nothing so good as a
good ROAST cooked well. We have the
knack of cutting and tying up a roast
that makes it cook well and taste well.
Send orders in by either phone.
u Kunsman & Ramge
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tit; Vi 1 (.r t''.
!. e wl o boa
They Live Up to the Hair.
V.'e Iik.w a cvt'ilti ii",:u!ier ol
viu'n;; men v';o i-f.t.ly maslo - piano,
er.';.ri. In'r '.'.ony, mid couuti rpoint
fur ,!ie sole pi'.i ;ios" of h in rlni; I heir
opi:! ! t h ads of ba r. Thi-y are miial-,-al
YOUR WISHES ARE
Just as you would have them at
Harnes' restaurant. The viands
are of the best, tho cuisine is
perfect, and our sauces, entrees,
fish, meats, oysters, clams, des
erts and pies are prepared by
experts. Our price- well, you
will say thev are small when voir'
test the culinary perns that we
present for your delectation.
Good rooms in connection.
A. P. BARNES.
Ccing to Law.
The man win jjuih to law for tho
purpose of e.btalnlm.1: sntl.eTaetioii en- j
eraily i;ets so many other things t li.it
he lor-ets nil rbout the satisfaction) I
if tin le Is ;nv in ll for him. ;
ile 10 clc.;o IV in il.e fa'ee of his
Hie 1 1 .1!'
d ! ;iel; i ! etiptiv-
Swedish Sign fsr Rcstaurrnts.
In Sweden the rati a ay Mitlmis nt
which ne ,ds are served are known
by tile ein.pb' hut Hi: :V"St ivo pbtnrei
if r erns-e, liiiit'e a:,,! for!; opposite
the name e( ih" t!;;;!i:ii.
Wc handle tho National firless cooker, and guarantee it
to (,rive entire satisfaction. Now that tho hot sultry days
are coming it will pay you to investigate this. New and
wound hand gasoline stoves and re f iterators. A largo stock
of dining room chairs at specially low prices, runr.in from
S3 to SI 0 per sot. s-s
13. P. JACKSON
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