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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1909)
AS I have owned and run several of your outfits in the past 25 years and
am running one of your 20 horse power compounded engines and 40-G2-inch
steel seperator now, can state that I have run through this season with
out spending one single cent for repairs, which I think is something of a rec
ord, and for a stretch of three solid weeks' threshing, we did not stop a single
minute on account of the machine or anything else. The steel constructed
machine is certainly the only thing to buy and the talk about the rivets com
ing loose is all rot, as there is no loose rivets in my machine. Albert Hoy,
Hitchcock, South Dakota.
The above testimonial which was sent to the J. I. CASE Threshing machine company is but one of the
many they receive praising their machinery. The superiority of a Case Steel Seperator over any other is
evidenced by the fact that thousands of grain growers all over the United States wait frequently for weeks
for the progressive threshermen with a Case rig. A J. I. Case Steel Seperator is fire proof, water proof,
weather proof, you need not carry any insurance on it, and consequently you do not have the heavy prem
iums pay as you would on a wooden machine. We have a 12 bar, 36 inch gear or belt, 18x22 inch cylin
der with trucks, but without stacker, power, brake, tumbling rods or hand feed attachment $340.09.
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Sorosis Shoes For
Owing to the beautiful
lines and 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.
FR0PR CARE CF TKE INSANE.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 So. IG'li St.
Fr.itk Wilcox, Mv,r. Omaha.
City cf Gheel, in Holland, Takes Care
of These Unfortunates as
One of tin' most remarkable places
lu Europe, of which no tourist on
p)'Ustn o bent ever takes notice, s
the "City of the Insane." by which
name (iheel, near Antwerp, has beer,
known for generations. About 1,000
men and women, alllicted with insan
ity in all Us forms, live there, ami'
have a happy biint; as the "piewts" of
the Inhabitants, who know by experi
ence how to treat the. unfortunate
one, in the streets, in the places of
amusement, the c.if-'S and workshops
tlie.se patients may be found, and no
where is there the remotest Minces
Hon of restraint apparent. The board
ranges ii(,m my to D.nui marks a ear,
and, no iii.it t r how small tin. amount
may he, the pat i. i:t is always the
favored member u '!'." li;.:l!y. He
h;n !h- l!rst ri.;!:i ' the i u st co:a
I'.UtaHe ch.'.ir, and the 1 t.t the
laliie Ii, U:v to hi:-.. . i, (..:,.!
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to nr. i' c:.'te a-vl i i
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NEVER A MAN TO BE ENVIED.
Philadelphia Writer's Idea of Status
to Be Accorded Bachelor In
The bachelor Is punished already,
not only in losing the Joys of a home,
but beltiB an object of contumely. So
Ioiir as bachelors are willlnR to put up
with all the losses they sustain In
celibacy far be it from the majesty of
the law to impose further penalties.
!t was Cicero or a man of his day who
remarked that It was onerous for a
man to pet alor.K with a wife, but im
ptirs.lde to pet alons without one. The
ba. hcior is not a man only a more
or l(s ii.'.Pation of one sometimes a
vry peer oi:e. lie O.inks he has a
;ood time in escr.i nil the major
w;.c;pi: ii'.'Vr. of li.'o, b".t '. is :e
:e;!.r i;o i.i.o bu! liltr.;: :Ir. As n-.
x .':.'; r.r.-l a wa-ntn:; he !i!:s !:i.i
"i': I: : -:: ;v. A- oi i:i iivid'.K i h:
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.
y Kunsman & Ramge
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For Hot Fires Eei Egenkr
YOUR WISHES; flf?F
. dust as you would have them at
I Karnes' restaurmit. 'i'he vir.i ds
arc of the best, the cuisiia- is
J lish, niiats, y. ters. dams. lrs-rf
l X"'''-K !:es r.ie i.retiand hv i
'Xpert s. ()lT priee- well, veil li
vim i-.i.v ii. ev :'.ie .-man v.in n von ll
test the ni'.ii.ary trems that we
present, for your deiectalion.
(loud renins in i-omietdioii.
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Lr inn Tritons.
A. P. BARNES.
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an- '.a- ;' !: ! : n- vr: tioidty
l-ivi r; in"!y i.iika lo.i i. ii: !i, far!
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Sure satisfaction every time you lijvhi a lire if on
toj) of the'lvinil'lnr is i'l"ny fuel from our yards.
It's heat and li.nht giving and slate-free when ii
leaves the mines, screened and cleaned a a in here
and served to yon full weight and with celerity of
delivery. Order any way that suits you. l.oth
J. V. EGENBERCER
Ar;lyaia cf Argument,
i "I):ir Is tv i l!n Is of aruutiientn."
:i'l i'lii le i'.';i n, ".i.1::! in wlileh yon
Is it-jin" to i'-. 'd , idea foni bedy an'
.lm lu ti i i-'i you !s ti)i:i' to fool
, M.-r.' i:!i,' l"i.;
' i an h'i.i.'.in'' ie: e''.m
.i.t'i i lit . t;uia : !: ii v.dileU
.. I'.ix ::.', tli:it i.''i:it. t!i')''.id be civ
'.it. d. A K'.i . i -'.ii .i ists si i.w what
'l is real!.' u; to. I'M' i 1 you havti
l:e,il'd the del', tl:; of a prnposa
A Ta-hion Ncte.
" 'Kci leslainleal" pnvn's the thing,"
"ays a wri.t r i-n t h. modes. For
ladies, ot course, who make X religion
if followlii- the fashion. Now York
To I've, who. reeimnlzltiK the value
of a hldiiT education, secured It for
lieiTelf aud her desceiehitits, while
Adam tlion.ulit only if tlcklltiK his
palate M. A. WiNson, in .luduo.
do i.i.t reidh know .iV'',i the pi'oiiesa!
I'll :i;-. frr lns!.:nei I!' a man say.-, to . ..
;.t.'. "T;. sie tld.s temrovawv drink." I I ;
...ive inepdy doubt, slinVlly tilij''d with !
llsiajie. imt if he :-ays, "Taste It, be-
cause your wife would ma!;e a cliunii- ;
!u' widow," then 1 ib'i id,'. 1 would V
he op. nly moved lu my choice of an
Institution, no; by Its Immidl ite pro-po.-als
lor practice, Put ve'y much by
its Incidental, even Its aeciib utt;l, al
lusion to ideals. 1 ludce liriliv tb.ilii:.!
by their piirenthcses. From tho 1 X
Wc handle the National lirless conker, aial guarantee it.
to ive entire satisfaction. Now that the hot sultry days
are eomiiip it will pay you to investiuato thi:;. New ami
second hand pasolimt stoves ami refitrerators. A larire stock
.of dinintr i''1""! chairs at spcTinlly low prices, runtime; l'rcm
SS to SI 0 per set.
13. P. JACKSON
Of the 1,001 youm; women who
fainted last year, MX fell Into the'
fliuiH of men, two fell on the floor and
one Into a wiiterhutt. Life. I
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