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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1909)
Are You Open to Con1
We know we have the best steel separator made and we want you to know
about it. The threshing business is a good business to get into. It takes small
capital but gives large profits, and to increase these profits it is necessary to have
a CASE Steel Separator and a CASE Engine. One thing that you can save on is
a CASE Steel Separator, which you cannot do on a wooden machine, is the insur
ance premiums. Case machines have gone through fire and beyond replacing a
few belts were ready to run in a day. The CASE Engine will give you more power
for the rated horsepower than any other engine rated the same. Altogether these
machines are warranted to do more and better work than any other machines of
similar size and working under the like conditions. We have a CASE Steel Sep
arator and a 15 h. p. engine which sells for about 2,000. Write me for catalogue
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Attention Farmers and Stock Raisers!
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hog Salvet or medi
cated Salt is the best remedy for all kinds of
stock to make them tat well and aid digestion
and also a blood builder.' If not satisfied with re
sults money refunded. Sold at the feed store of
J. V. E6ENBERGER
If you haven't paiuted yet be sure to
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see us before you do. We
are agents for
MUSIC APPEALS TO ESKIMOS.
Voices Good and They Sing In Tune,
According to Traveler In Regions
of the North.
Music Is one of the chief pleasures
and accomplishments of the Eskimos.
At-the Labrador missions violins are
used by them In the church choir, and
brass bands are organized. In "Along
the Labrador Coast" Dr. Towlisend
tells of an evening's entertainment
with the Eskimos at Naln.
"For over an hour these natives sing
to us." he savs. "familiar music with
Eskinrt) words-r'Rbck of Ages,' 'Holy
Mght, Interspersed with what I take
to be Becular songs. Their voices are
harmonious and the singing is of a
superior order. We return the compli
ment in the only way we can with a
graphophone. It Is indeed a terrible
come-down to 'The Old Apple Tree' and
'Everybody Works Cut Father,' but the
Eskimos seem to enjoy it, and greet
the songs and their explanation by
the interpreter with peals of laughter.
"A song in which a man beats his
wife seems especially to amuse them
A Moravian brother told me that they
tied been unable to win tne Eskimo
from the wife-beating habit. Even
the wives resent any Interference on
"An Irish jig makes them shake with
Joy, and I am sure they would dance
were there room to stir."
His Business Ability.
. In the Adlrondacks lives a man too
lazy to work, but evidently of great
business ability. One winter,' when
he was sitting around smoking, his
family came so near starving that
some of his neighbors, who could ill
afford to help him, took up a collee
tlon and bought for the suffering
family a barrel of flour, a barrel of
pork and a load of wood. They were
not considerate enough to cut the
wood, but the business man knew how
to manage. He hired some of his
neighbors who had not contributed to
his donation to cut the wood, and paid
them with half of the pork and half
the flour. Lippincott's.
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Proof Paint i
Also get our price on
Oil and Lead before
you start that job.
0rf foP Inebriety.
According to Hotten, some of the
terms denoting inebriety are as fol
lows: Heery, bemused, boozy, bosky,
corned, foggy, fou, fresh, hazy, ele
vated, klsky, lushy, moony, muggy,
muzzy, on, screwed, stewed, tight and
winy. In an Intermediate class stand
podgy, beargered, blued, cut, primed,
lumpy, plowed, muddled, obfuscated,
swlpey, three sheets In the wind and
topheavy. "But the acme," says the
same authority, "Is only obtained
when the disguised Individual 'can't
see a hole In the ladder,' or when he
Is 'all mops and brooms,' or 'off his
nut.' or 'with his main-brace well
spliced,' or 'with the sun in his eyes,'
or when he has 'lapped the gutter' and
'got the gravel rash,' or 'on the ran
tan,' or 'on the re-raw.' or when he Is
'sewed up,' or 'regularly scammcred.' "
Cause of Baldness.
After considerable jocularity the
pair turned to the pcarly-poted
stranger and one said:
"My friend and I have been discuss
ing the cause of baldness, but wo ran't
focm to anre. Would you mind tell
inn us what you regnrd afl the re.i'
can?? of b ililnoss?"
The ftrn n ".'! v.otl i'tuxit, ryeo
his riue:t loners fWfly and snorted:
How the "Toast" Originated.
The drinking to one's health Is a
very old custom, dating way down the
ageB. In the sixteenth and seven
teenth centuries the favorite drinks
wer sack, canary, claret, sherry to
which were added honey, sugar, ginger
nnd other spices. 0 the top of tnls
mixture a piece of toasted bread was
always floated. It was supposed to
give the necessary flavor. Hence the
Idea of drinking a "toast." The word
la used in reference to any sentiment
proposed for a speech at a social
gathering or banquet. In fact, the
making of "toasts" Is a very graceful
art. worthy of cultivation.
Ill nflt&nlc malestv touched a hut-
ton and. summoned his head Imp.
"What is all that noise In Factory
"Your Imperial majesty, It Is tne
women mobbing the new corset fac
Thev are all demanding one of
those new redhot, electric-charged cor-
"Sufferin' souls!" gasped his majes
ty, "and I thought 1 bad Invented a
"Th mistake wsb in forcing that
French girl to wear one first. She
made 'em all believe they are the very
"Saints above! and 1 thought I un
derstood women. Well, well, now that
I think of It. the plan works out bet
ter than I thought. Take 'em away
from all the ladles but a few; see that
they are advertised as the very latest
vi- mri t rupsa that will mako
those women who can't get 'em suffer
all right, all rlght.'Wuck.
Presently Ms toiiowew came up wun
lanterns. On seeing the light tha elc
pliant attempted to rise, but In vain
The hunter then approached and fired
a shot In its forehead, which put an
end to Its sulTerlngs. Next nicrnlna
the oU'plumt was Umdo.l, plereinoul
on to a wagon by the servnna and
villagers and carted to the nearest
government station for official certlfl
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.
Kunsman & Ramge
In George Washington's Time
. There was no talk of adulteration and grocery stores
sold only staples table delicacies were few and far
between. Well, this store for one is old fashioned as 1
to its ideas of purity, new style in that it has on hand
the best of everyihing for the table brought from the
marts of the world. Wo would like to name you
among our patrons.
H. IV!. SOENNICHSEN.
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