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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1909)
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food more wholesome and su
perior in lightness and flavor.
The only baking powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar.
It is impossible to present a detailed list of the attractive ex
cursion rates now in effect.
You Can go East on daily low rates to Atlantic cities and re
sorts; every day rates to Wisconsin, Michigan and Canadian re
sorts, and for the? celebrated tour of the lakes.
You Can go West: There are very attractive rates every day
to Colorado, Yellowstone Park, Seattle, California, Black Hills,
Hot Springs; homeseeker3 rates every first and third Tuesdays
everywhere west. Inquire about the personally conducted camp
ing tours from Cody into the Yellowstone Park.
See Your Own Country: Between America's prosperity and
low railroad rates there is every reason why you should join the
great summer travel throng.
W. L. Pickett, Agent.
L W. Wakeley, G. P. A., Omaha.
To The Public
The prices of lumber and building material
of all kinds is lower at the present time than it
will be in the future. Large buyers such as
the railroads and similar corporations, have be
gun to buy in large quantities, the result rs the
lumber market has passed the low place and
prices are bound to advance. If you are ex
pecting to build it will pay you to BUY NOW.
Get prices from
F. M. RICHLY,
Peter Keil whs in the city from his
farm near Cullom Tuesday. Mr. Keil
is preparing to thresh and Itruled out a
load of coal.
Mr. and Mrs. Juliui Helfiekcr of near
Culloni attended to tmsiness in town
yesterday. Julius raei'iitly built a fino
large barn on his farm.
Julius Peppvrbcrff a former cigar
manufacturer, and capitalist of this
city, now in business at Lincoln was a
visitor in this city Wednesday taking
orders for his celebrated "Bud" cigars.
Miss Vivn Barton of Lincoln is in the
city for a visit with her friend Mis
Carrie Becker. Mjss Barton is
daughter of ex-county treasurer Bar
ton and has many friends in this vicinity
who will be delighted to meet her.
Mrs. W. U. Seybert and son Jen
nings were in town from Cullom Wed
nesday. The little boy stopped on a
nail a few days aco and as his parents
were somewhat afraid of the results he
was brought in so the doctor could dress
Conrad Heisel the aged miller is very
ill and in a serious condition at his
home on Washington avenue, his rela
tives fear an operation may be neces
sary to relieve him him. He has not
been well for some time and an early
recovery is doubtful on account of his
great age. His many friends will re
gret to hear of his condition and it is
hoped he will improve and be out and
Ben Beckman was a visitor in the
city Wednesday. He drove in from his
farm and was accompanied home by
John ami Henry Klimm who had just
arrived in Plattsmouth from California
and were looking for work. The boys
had been disappointed in the west
where they expected to do well and
were glad to got back to old Cass
again. They will wonk for Uncle Ben
or some of his neighbors.
Clasd Everett drove in from his fine
farm east of Union yesterday and
made a short visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Richey in this city Mr.
Everett returned home last evening
and Mr. and Mrs. Richey accompanied
him for a visit it his home in the
country. Mr. Richey in rapidly re
covering from his recent iMiiess and
appears to be gaining strength daily.
His many friends are much pleased and
hope to soon learn that he is in full
possession of his fvrwer health and
A marriage license was issuod yester
day to Wm. Patterson, aged 38 of
Waepinj Water, and Misa Florence
Rusterholtz, aged K of Murray, Neb.
The marriage took place last- evening
at the home of the bride's mother near
Murray. The bride is quite well knows
in Plattsmouth and vicinity is a
daughter of the late Levi M. Rus'er
holtz. The groom is a prominent young
man in his community awi enjoys the
acquaintance of a large circle ot sincere
fnesds. The Niws-Herald joins witti
the many friends of the happy couple
in extending best witflies for a long and
prosperous married life.
Old Papers For Sale at This Officp
T A A A rrA A A rA A A
The First National Bank
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
George E. Dovey, President.
Frank E. Schlater, Vice Tres.
Horatio N. Dovey, Cashier.
Carl G. Fricke, Ass't. Cashier.
A Dangerous Insect. i
Regarded in the light of recent know- J
ledge, the fly msy easily be clasped, the '
world ovor, as the most dangerous in-!
sect on earth.
It bus been thoroughly demonstrated !
that it is one of the chief agencies in j
thr preuJ of Asiatic cholera. We now j
know it to be the source of a high per
centage of th cases of typhoid fever
and the thief disseminator of other (lis-
eat.es, from which ubout 7,000 children
die annually in New York city alone.
Prom a Report by Dr. L. 0. Howard, j
anrnmoiogist or the Department of
In an article published recently in
the New York State Medical Journal,
Dr. John K. Huher, M. I)., professor
of pulmonary diseases in the Fordham
University Medical school in New York,
"There is no doubt that flies do much
to swell the infant death rate. It has
been shown conclusively that infant
mortality is the greatest in fly time.
There are few more congenial culture
mediums for baefceria than milk and
Bhould thereto the least cessation of
care in the destruction of flics and in
keeping them away from the child,
death may result."
Will Visit in the South.
Wm. Holshue, John Mrasek pnd
Peter Hansen, departed today for Ok
lahoma and Indian Territory. William
will stop at Minco, Okla., where he
ewns a quarter section of land and visit
with friends and attend to business for
a few weeks.
Peter and John will go on to Pocas
set, Indian Territory where Peter will
inspect the crops on 160 acres of land
he owns. John who has been visiting
with his father and brothers here for
several weeks returned to his home at
Pocaset where he owns a quarter sec
tion of good land. John lives with
Frank Novotny whose farm adjoins his
on the south.
Some of my friends, seem to thii k I
should have run for County Clerk, after
having beon named by the Republican
Committee. In explanation of my
omission to file, In accordance with the
committes action, I will simply state
that my name was used at the time
under my protest, as I was not seeking
the office. I have at no time intended
to be a candidate if some other good
republican should file for the office.
Mr. Lushinsky is a worthy and com
petent man, a good republican, and
will make a good officer. I most highly
appreciate tho good opinion of those
who wished me to be a candidate, fully
as much so, as if I had filed and receiv
ed the nomination.
W. W. Windham.
Buys Ford Touring Car.
Philip Decker was a- visitor in the
city today and took home a fine auto
mobile which he purchased from the
Cnibill-Cummina automobile Co., of
this city. It is a twenty horse power
Ford "touring car" and is manufac
tured by the Ford Motor Co., at De
trit, Michigan. The car has had
several weeks' test by Dr. Cummins
and has proven itself equal to any
emergency, climbing speedily and easily
any hill in the vicinity. The price $srQ,
is very reasonable and Mr. Becker is
to be congratulated upon securing so
good a machine for the moderate cost.
'Engir.eCoes Through Bridge.
Wm. Spence, who owns and operate
a fine steana threshing outfit had a
stroke of hrd luck this morning. Mr.
Spence was engagtd in moving his ma
chine to the vicinity of Cullom where
he had cantweted to begin threshing
today, and had arrived near the home
of Geo. P. Hern west of the city whea
the heavy eagine broke throagha small
brldgo. No one was injurod but the
engine was damaged to some extent
which will necessitate sending for re
pail's r.nd consequently oause consider
able delay in threshing.
Laying Up Treasure.
No man lays up treasure ia heaven
until he quits dodging taxes oa earth.
I Justice vs. Iniquity,
j It Is joy to the jost to do judgment;
j but destruction shall be to tho work
: ers of Iniquity. Proverbs 21:15.
Where the Disgrace Lies. I
Disgrace is not ia the punishment,
hut In the crime. Alfleri. J I
The Greedy Caterpillar.
! The caterpillar each month eats food
veifihini: 6.000 times its own weight.
Special Sale of
Herold Book & Stationery. Store
The sample line of a leading manufacturer we have
bought at a liberal discount, and are in position to
MAKE very close prices. Special on Croquet Sets, A
$1.50 value at 98 cents.
20 per cent discount on all Spalding's Base Ball
Goods, that we have in stock. We are determined to
reduce our stock of Base Ball Goods, and in order to do
so will give 20 per cent discount from catalogue price.
We have a full line of Gold Medal, Munhroorn and Au
tograph Bats, Catcher Mitts, Balls, etc. 20 per cent
discount on these goods is just 20 per cent saved.
One Door West of Fanger's.
Are Best Reached by the
G. A. R.
Salt Lake City
August eth-1 4th
Rest Reached Through Scenic
Special Lew Rate
Hugh Norton, Agent.
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The Question Is
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swers, "Use J. I. CASE Threshing ma
chinery and yon will." There are
thousands of threshermen all over the
United States who will testify to the
efficiency and reliability of J. I. CASE
Threshing machinery. That CASE ma
chinery does good work is attested by
the fact that grain growers wait fre
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thresher with a CASE outfit. Why not
get into the threshing business? The
time is now. The place is my office.
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