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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1909)
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To get your threshing rig. It will not be long now before the grain will be ready to thresh and
that is the time you want to get in all the work you can. In order to do this and to do it good you
should have a J. I. CASE rig. The CASE steel separator is used all over the United States and is
pronounced by every one who has used it to be the superior of any machine on the market. It is
weather proof and fire proof, and you have no excessive premiums , to pay. It does such clean
threshing that farmers frequently get higher prices for their clean grain. The CASE traction engine
is easily the superior of any other make on account of its pulling and climbing qualities, besides de
veloping more power per rated horse power than any other make. A medium sized job thresher and
a 15 h. p. engine would cost you about $2,000. If you are interested it would be well for you to call
or write me for catalogues and terms.
f5 M. E. MAIBPEAKBR
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1 51 Bills
Worth up to 35 cents a
Bolt, from the H. E. Weid
man stock, all in good con
dition, your choice for
A. BOLT A.T
One Door West of Fanger's.
JOKE AS BASIS OF LAWSUIT.
Interesting Case That Is Said to Be
. on Record in Chinese Legal
mm fl M Givrs yon the reading matter in
HtlQ HO mC rSkUUr w.Vch you havn tt greaiot in-
m, aj terntt thr home npwt. Iti every
iaue will prove a welcome visitor to every mrmber of tlie family. It
thoold head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptions.
One of the most IntorostlnR onsts
of comiiriisallim for the (Hath of a
relative 1m reninled In Chinese law
liiM)k. A rfrtuln Wu was -i n n
rohhera. and his head nearly severed
from his body. W friends, flndlr.s
him alniost dead, with his head fcnns
Inn hy a utrip. put the head careful y
hark in position nnd aM.lied hand
aces. The patient, heir.R stroiiK and
healthv the wound healed, nnd th(:
onlv slpn remair.'iiR after a few
rreiitlt was a seam around the threat.
Some nine years later Wii was sittwu;
amonR friends at a hamuet Some
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cue made a reu k""" j
laughed; ns for Wu. he flung DacK n.s
head and simply reared.
Horror! The. seam opened aa-1
Wu's head Ml to the floor. All eP
,'ovts to repeat the operation of th?
former oecaslon failed, and a percept
Ihle plootn was east over the re
mainder of 'he feast.
Wu's father, thus deprived cf the
fu'ure attentions of me e,f th.osr-
, i... it iinUl l.:.ve hem
wo! ship hhu after death, hrouht an
action for heavy iaiv,a--'es -man
who moJc the Ji.ke that p-rerlpi-ated
disaster. Vt.fo-.tuiiately, the
cu-e never went to a decision, as it
vas settled out of court on t'Jii:.s
satisfactory to tlx; plait.tiff.
The youthful elopeint r.t in Dickens'
pretty story was duplicated In real
life the other day, when .lesse Yeakey
aged four years, and Annie Theresa
Vnterfashheiner, aped three years
left their respect he homes In Port
land, Ore., and wandered down town
hand In hand, Intent on Rcttlns mar
lied. The course of true love never
did run smooth, however, and the lit
tie romance was spoiled hy I'atroi
ninn Hiley. who met the tots In th
heart of the business district. The bo
was much abashed by the man in nnl
form, but the ulrl lisped out theit
plan to pet married and visit a mov
InK-pietnre show. When taken to thf
police station, where their frantic
parents were waiting, there was a
scene. "No," screamed the little tJlrl
breaking into tears as her mother
started to take her away. "Annie wanti
to stay and marry Jesse."
A Busy Holiday.
"N'nw, 1 den't think Timmy'll he
Ktavitis lens on this new Job he's took
ill) wid." said Mrs. lkrl'.hy. '"TIs too
harrd fer him. Sure he pets no rist
at all from Monda' mornin' till Sath
iirila' nislit, and 'tis net what the
man's used to."
-He has his Sundry's to rist In," haz
arded the caller, boldly.
"An' what o' that?" said Mrs. H?r
lihv (in Sunda's he hss to g.) to
church, in' take the ehlld.ert to their
ciaTidn.amn.n's, an' visit wld his
ecosliB an' u'.l 'tis no rist at ail."
'Twas w-an cay out of ivc;y fcrtnit
he hrd id the o;;l.l ii, v.-a'nt it?"
fiucvle.l the railer.
It v.; s." rr.id "rs. I Irlihy. "m
'tv.ns'a pvtr.l vrr.t'.m ho hi'd. l u
save ivrry h!l o' the v a h'n'. an' he'd
w-in-J It v.t f': e. m' l.t it en the
lire r i::e: -li! i hf 'd :'.'. :'" s.;p.;.
w.tod .irx'i to lr.'.t tl'l t'-( rl.'.t v;:c:;
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,o, he cud i'.'t
?! :-e vp
:' -.v. ?h thr '
lv so:::e l!f,
l.: I'.s cv the
After all there is nothing so good as a
good ROAST cooked well. We have the
knack of cutting and tyin? up a roast
that makes it cook well and taste well.
Send orders in by either phone.
Kunsman S Ramge
v.l.'.n he'd pi t.i h-"3 r.t nlcht
hf'd liver !:.:! to siy to i::c: 'We!,
Cclia. n-v vr:c;.t:en r.ay i' ever, but I
V' l like l;'s ir.ado me ur.iy to fo bc
to w.nik to-iiMtvcr,' lic'd say."
."outh's Ccmpst ioa.
For Hoi Fires Gel Egenber
fr.!l ir.to ter.iptatiins li:!d?"t to
n,v profi csU-.n. 1 eo-umit o:i!y tne
cvinus that aro roqulml in :r.y pro
' ssien; but I eoin:iiit llu'.n. . . . 1
think that the cUipy would be dome
a b:j service should they take their
,.v. ..ntirria nnd know them and
tho'teinp'a'.ions of the men. and the j
pre fessiolis inai ure i ri.i..
there; and when they find n banker
does this thing, know ;enou';h about
banking to know whether It Is real
hu.iiHn nr tt-bcther if ls "financlnK."
and then when they know that, find
out how this thing compares with
what other men do. . . . l-.Pt the
man go on committing his sin and
take his burden of It. but help him
to see that we are all doing It to
gether, that It la a system: that it Is
true he must do these things, and
then prepare his mind for the time
when an attempt will be made to
change It all. and then tell him to be
readv to make the sacrifice with the
rest of us. Lincoln Steffens' Address
, Hcforo ltoston Vntvera!lst Clergy-tueu.
Sure satisfaction every time you light a fire if on
top of the kindlinj 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. Both
J. V. EGENBERCER
I tireless Cookers f
The tu'tor of the stranded troupe
protested at the prospect of footing tin
"Quit your kicking." said tho man
aer. Impatiently; "you signed ak
walking gcuik'man, didu't you"
"The critics all say that my pictures
"Ho you work In dls?"
"Then why not paint In a few oil
We handle the National firless cooker, and guarantee it
to give entire satisfaction. Now that the hot sultry days
are coming it will pay you to Investigate this. New and
second hand gasoline stoves and rcfigerators. A large stock
of dining room chairs at specially low prices, running from
S5 to SI 0 per set.
I D. P. JACKSON i!
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