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FOB SALE-20 bead of large-boned
ToUnd China Ktock hogs, Bixteen
: same age and will average from 150
it 200 pounds. First come first
?crvwL Call on J. W. Thomas at B.
& M. bridge emt of the city. 42 2
Sell yoor junk to Wave Allen and get
t.he bifihest market price. 36-10.
I-Dll SALE-Two story brick houso 7
wftinit. cood well and cistern with pany until
12 Iota situated in south part of
of j. All kinds of fruit. Good barn
arJ out buildings. Enquire of John
J. Toman. 39-
At ten o'clock yesterday a wreck oc
curred on the Burlington at Burnham,
a small station just west of Lincoln,
in which two passengers lost their
lives and many more were injured.
The Wyinore passenger train received
orders at Lincoln to go onto the siding
at Burnham to allow an extra heavy
freight train to pass. For some rea
son the crew did not take the biding
and the two trains met with a terrible
But a few weeks ago it was "publish
ed that the Burlington had just com
pleted a year with a record of not hav
ing killed a single passenger, and this
catastroohe makes a duplication of
that record impossible for this year,
No statement will be made by the com
a thorough investigation
is made of the causes leading up to the
t fliTT A n rl flrmn-r-TT i
ft Viwjf iuu Give Up
PERSIAN WOMEN SHOW BRAVERY
Their Lives on the l isld In
Cauie of Literty.
Ed. Dalton, an officer from Glen
wood came over Friday and took' home
with him a lad named Delaney who had
ran away from homo ana was appre
hended in this city the day before ly
WANTED-Young men and women to
fiB positions paying $900 to $2000 per
Monaa. Big demand for stenograph
ers in the Government service, as
well as in private business life. Our
Notice to Grain Dealers.
The Merchants Exchange of St.
Louis extends an invitation to every
grain and elevator man to come to
St. Louis during the week of October
4th to 9th, and if he will send his name
to this Bureau a visitor's ticket to
the floor will be issued, good for six
All who have ever lived in St. Lous
Mr. and Mrs. August Phiefer of
Clarks came in Frk'ay for tho purpose
of attending the Christian Science lec
turo at the IVrmale that evening. Mrs,
Philfer is a sister of Mrs. M. II. Soev
nichcen of this city. ;
The report of the police judge for
month of August is very gratifying,
only four arrests being.'mado, two of
them paying fines and coats aggregat
ing $14.50, while the other two receiv
ed suspended sentences.
W. Dean Burton, chief draughtsman
for the McKeen Motor Car Co., of
Omaha, spent yesterday in the city the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. S. Burton. Dean is a Flattsmouth
boy who is making good in his chosen
profession, his position with his com
pany being one of great responsibility.
It is a remarkable sign of the tlme3
that even In eastern countries such as
Turkey an.1 Persia the women are lu
the van of tha political movements of
In Persia they take part In the
struggle, for a constitution, and that
they nre wflllng and reaily to lay down
their lives for the muh3 is shown by a
report from tho Teheran correspond
ent of tho St. Petersburg Kuss, ac
cording to which, afer the latest fl?ht
thift took plaee outside tho city of
TabrU between the royalists and the
constitutional forces, the casualties
among the latter included t7 women
disguised ns men who were found dead
In the field.
The hero of the day was one Sata
Khan, the military leader of the re
form movement, wiho has been regard
ed for some tlmeipast by the people
as the one and only possible deliverer
of Persia. It appears that two days
after the shah bad annulled tho con
stitution previously granted, Aln-ed-
Dowleb, the shah's commander, took
the offensive, advanced on Tabriz and
shelled the town, Inflicting a loss of
100 killed and wounded on the revolu
tionaries. Then Sata Khan headed a
Cure for Pneumonia.
This remedy has been known to
enre pneumonia after the patient had
been given up to die. Apply sweet oil
to the chst. then cover thickly wK.b
powdered lobelia, after which cover
with several thicknesses of warmed
Rubber Displacing Tea.
In a once famous tea district of In
dia the cultivation of rubber has driv
en the production of the former to sec
ond place, nearly 17,000 acre3 belnj
devoted to rubber plantations.
DolU Are Matrimonial Agents.
Travelers through Servian village
oftf-n eea dolls suspended In the win
dows of cottages. The dolls have
nothing to do with child life but sig
nify that a marriageable daughter or
a widow lives In the house.
It generally happens that along
about tho time one becomes able tc
recognize true art one loses the knack
of being able to take advantage ot
buslr.?? nnoortualUaa when thev nr
aneinoa oi .... urged to come and take
b mail insures as thorough and k '.",., r-,K.:
mctical a training at your own
at it obtainable by personal attend'
. tanv business college in tne
itrv. We euaraniee success.
GMBi4ete course for small cash pay
iMot; balance to be paid when you
aemct a position.' 'Trial lesson free,
Central Business -institute, Central
Balding, Washington, D. C.
home part Centennial Celebration of
me incorporation oi me city.
Reduced rates on all railroad.
214 Chamber of Commerce,
St. Louis, Mo.
LAND AGENT WANTED r or a
special one dav sale of irrigated land sortie from the town
in the RocVv Ford District. Larire norsemen, covered ey aruuery,
:..;.n n.M in n.ak n charged the shah's troops, Including
summation of sales, write at once
for particulars of extraordinary
La Junta Land Co., La Junta,
the Russian Gen. Lalkoff's Cossacks,
took them by surprise and routed
them. The revolutionaries, followed up
What Have You Cot?
A very pleasurable event -was the
social given Friday night at the M. E.
Parsonage. The entertainment was ar-
their victory, pursuing Aln-de-.Dowleh's
troops for 13 miles and capturing 12
guns, besides provisions and ammuni
tion. The casualties on both sides
amount to about 2,1)00.
For the moment affairs have quieted
The editor of the News-Herald ranged for the purpose of raising funds ,jown t,ut it can only be a lull before
woule like to rent a good five or six to assist in the building of a Boheminian
room house not too far away from the Methodist church at Crete. Ice cream
business district. We want a comfort- an(j ca(e were served and those pre
able house in good repair and prefer 8ent report a most enjoyable evening,
it as new as possible. Don t want to
pav too high rent, but will be willing to The editor of this paper
IJlND AGENTS WANTED for a
asocial one day sale of irrigated land
in the Rocky Ford District. Large
cosanusBion ail cash on consummation ; f th vigited
rf sales. Write at once for part.cu- - "f "'i" T V " Pma, ftnn evennr last week
- ,. rr . T. A. I UHV all V LIlllJjC rCOOUHOUlO 1UI liuunc -"" - - a
tanoz extra ordinary oner. wm. - - . n(,reeablv surprised to
. , i in a l LllUb ouiba. vui muni y ia oiuoit vji.- i " - o
i4Wl U)., ua juma, voio. tc-t. .i..wl- ...m, . i.OOBnt anA commodious i thea
HlBiinv ui unc wiic, uiic uauKinvi
mother-in-law a Dart of the time and ter. It would be a credit to a city
one small doff of nuir variety, besides many times the 1 size of Plattsmouth.
the editor and there are no small chil- The entertainment that night was good
dren under twenty. If you have any
thing in the house line vacant please
call phones 85 or notify this office.
a greater storm. The news oi tne
severe defeat of the shah's troops has
spread rapidly throughout the coun
try and has enormously strengthened
"In the skillful handling of fine
tackle lies a large part of the angler's
enjoyment," says a current magazine
writer. It's about all many of them
get. Boston Herald. "
Chinese Women Educated.
Lt Ping Shu, president of the town
council of Shanghai, has provided
funds for the last three years for rhs
urinal School for Women of thai
place. Recently six diplomas wen
eranted women. There are 30 stu-
rtpnts. and the principal Is a Chineet
woman who has had the higher educa
tion herself. Two of the six graduates
read essays In English and the rest it
their native language.
"Was it a gcod comedy?" "Very
poor; the only time my husband
smiled was when ho went out after
each act." Houston Post.
Make the Best of Things.
Happiness Includes tho art of over
looking things and concealing regrets.
As the Lord loveth a cheerful giver,
the world loveth a cheerful looker.
When Women Are Included.
Miss Crystal McMillan, M. A.,,B. So,
explained to the women at a recent
suffrage meeting In Scotland that
women were only "the people" when
there were taxes to pay or they com
mitted crimes. When there was onI
voting to do "the people" means only
men. A university woman suffrage,
union has been formed in Scotland.
Locating the Blame.
"You sometimes make mistakes
forecasting the weather."
"Not I," replied the expert. "My
methods are strictly scientific. I can't
help it If the climate Insists on being
a nature faker." Exchange.
"How muoh fuel do you compute we
hall need on our motor trip?" "Well
upposwe say two gallons of gaso
lene anathree gallons of Scotch."
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GfiAR SALESMEN WANTED - In
ymar locality to represent up. Ex
Mwrieive unnecessary: $110 per mo.
-aid expenses. Write for particulars,
Srmrch Cigar Co. St. Louis, Mo.
BAILEY 6 F.1AGH
.1 tup nrilTlCTC I
Bril-tnalpfil Ctfuttl Of-
Ice ! IM Middle Wett.
VCmirOeiN TO CUT VIKTOR.
HnolBlk ,llimm. OMkHN, NEB.
Reports Bualneaa Good.
J. H. Marsh of Nebraska Citj , the
hustling young manager of the Inter
national Correspondence Schools for
this district, is in tne city looKing auer v-le he na3 i.cen
1 A. L. TIDD
lixnk of Eagle, Eagle.
Jlehawka Bank, Nehawka.
Rank of M-urdock, Muidock.
First Nat'l bank.Greenwood.
State bank of Murray. Murray.
First Nafl bank, Plattsmouth.
his comnanv's business. During the
latter part of last week he had an ex
hibit at Louisville, and commencing
Thursday of this week will have an ex
hibit at Asemissen & Klinger's store in
this city, an announcement of which
may be found in another column of this
paper. Mr. Marsh is quite enthusiastic
over the outlook for business in his
and clean and speaks well for the man
In a letter recently received by M.
R. Rritrs from John F. Kuhney. who
will be remembered by many, as a
former citizen of this city, he an
nounces his removal from Enid to
Perrv. Oklahoma, and states that
- - - j
very sick recently,
The 111-NatLTtd Man.
The Ul natured man, though but of
equal parts with the 1 good-natured
man, gives himself a larger Meld tc
expatiate in. He exposes thoso fall
ings in human nature which the oth
er would cast a wall over; laughs at
vices which the other either excuses
or conceals; falls Indifferently upnr
frlonds or enemies; exposes the per
son who has obliged him; and. In
short., sticks at nothing that may es
tabllsh his character of a wit.
his health is now considerably improved
and he hones for final complete re
Back to Earth. !
"Every cloud has a silver lining,'
said the ready-made philosopher.
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne
"The clouds are all right. But how
We are' increasing our millinery
line for this season, and the new
goods are now arriving all the
latest styles and creations. Excep
tional prices will be made to cash
Mrs. P. A. Barrows, wife of the ed
itor of this paper, came down from
Lincoln Saturday to help find a house
so tho family could move down. They
were not successful in finding anything
line, and states that a healthy increase to suit them and Mrs. Barrows return-
is to be noted all over his district.
W. O. W. Erects Monument,
Dr. Scheh of Omaha, Sovereign
Lecturer of the Woodmen of tho World
was in the city the latter part of the
week in connection with the erection of
ed home Sunday. Mr. Barrows accom
panied her as far as Omaha, where
thev visited at tho home of Senator
Patrick a few miles south of the city.
2 And be Happy
Major Flemke of the Gospel Army
. . c noun Viia fnmmia Russian lecture last
a monument at me grave oi aovere.gn - - . . . w . .
Charles Teiple, who died some months evening ui u.o m.
M,ir .HiP-rinn reremon. The major is of Jewish descent, former
...w.B .- oora a
ies will be held later, announcement Y ot Moscow, ..u .
k: o,ia t th tim. nr P,.h,.h nr.. soldier in the czar s regiment
Mrs. Julia Dwyer
tended a session of the local lodge
Thursday evening and made an an ad
dress which was very much appreciated
by those fortunate enough to be pre
Are Best Reached by the
Cozy Corner Changes Hands
Tom Troop has sold the Cozy Corner,
his cigar store in the Perkins hotel
buildinir. the purchaser being John
Corey, until his resignation Saturday
night the merchant police of this city
Mr. Troon has been in poor health for
Russian army. He speaks seven lan-
miacrcs fluently and is most entertain-
ing on the lecture platform.
His organization is preparing to es
tablish a mission in this city, the neces
sary legal papers being filed with the
county the latter part of the weeK. .
Horsejhieyea Busy. (
Word has been received by the sher
iff that a horse was stolen baturaay
night from the farm of George Shrader,
five miles northeast of Murray, answer-
inc to the following description: 'Dark
some time past and this is given as the brown in color, bald face, inside of one
reason for tho disposal of his business. m-n(j foot wnite, divided mane, sore on
Mr. Corey s resignation from tho po- top 0f neck( weight 1500 pounds. Re
lice force of this city made a vacancy ward3 aggregating $100 have been of-
which was filled by the appointment of fcrC(j for the apprehension of the thief
1 rrrr mm I schools
TYoa.r.;?,'I'L im-j jjjj yj "jaar-
on a rn?ifo nrvnrjni fnraAnnto
on Jt5sjfefci!s.u rw
Nels Jones, who commenced
duties last night.
his new anj ieturn of the horse.
A Car Load of Stoves.
John Bauer, the hardware man, has
just received and placed in stock a car
load of the famous Majestic ranges
manufactured in St. Louk John be
lieves that there is no better range
buflt and that ho feels confident of tak
ing care of tho maior portion of the
stove business in this vicinity is evi
denced by this mammoth purchase. If
you don't believe a carload makes a
bur showinir iust step into the store
and take a look at the display.
Hj5uced rates via. Missouri
SJtutSe to Cliicsgo, St Louis, Kan
sb City and St Joe. Dates of
sce August 28th to Sept. 8th
aad September 1 1th to PJth. See
Ut for rates, limits, and etc.
Hugh Norton, Agent.
Dr. A. A. Randall of tho Methodist
church of this city is in Lincoln today
in attendance upon the annual confer
ence of the M. E. church. It is hoped
and believed that Rev. Randall will be
returned to this chargo for another
year. His ministry has been uniformly
successful and during their residence
hero lie nnd his family have made for
themselves a place high in the estima
tion of tho community.
Went to Ball Came. :
?,: C. Despain spent Friday and Sat
urday in Lincoln, the guest of his son,
Don. tho base ball magnate, binpe nis
son's evolution into a base ball 'mana
ger in the western league, Mr. Despa'n
has developed a wonderful interest in
the national game nnd keeps pretty
close tab on the standing of tha various
. . i. - ,
The daughter of her mother was do
ing a stunt at the piano.
"My daughter's music," said tho
proud parent, "coBt us a lot of money.
"Indeed! rejoined the visitor.' "Did
souio neighbor sue you?"
It should be a fit representative of your
business, which means tha high grade, ar-
tistic kind, That.i the kind we do.
AIT EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
OP TYPE, GOOD PRESSES AI.'D
These represent our facilities for doing
the kind of printing that will please you.
city and is a brother of John Shannon The prices are right, and prompt delivery
1 who was formerly a liveryman here. ho invariable reWMUuiomcs.
James Shannon of Lamar, Colo., left
for his home Friday after a pleasant
visit in this city with J. C. Petersen.
Mr. Shannon formerly resided in this
OFFER IS MADE BY
tTIIE BENNETT COMPANY
OMAHA'S LARBEST DIALERS IN
PIANOS AND ORGANS
List of Pianos and Organs to be Given Away December 31st, 1909
I Packard Upright Grand SARQ
Piano. Recular Price ljPfWV
Piano. Regular Price.
Sterling Upright Grand
Piano. Regular price
Kurtzmann Upright Grand
Piano. Regular price
Lindeman Upright Grand
Piano. Regular price
! Packard Church Organs.
' Regular price
IKrell Auto Grand Player
Piano. Regular price . . .
Kohler & Campbell Upright
Grand Piano. Regular price.
Harvard Upright Grand
Piano. Regular Price
Walworth Upright Piano
! Packard Church Organs
' Regular price
'i This list Inclnilet
your CHOICE of ny
I'iano no represent.
TO THE CHURCH, SCHOOL, LODGE OR SOCIETY NOT fortunate enough to secure
ONE OF THE INSTRUMENTS MENTIONED ABOVE, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING:
40 Pianos at a reduction of $150 from the regular retail price
60 Tianos at a reduction of $125 from the regular retail price
100 Chapel Organs at $37.50.
HOW TO SECURE ONE-READ CAREFULLY
Send us the name and address of anybody you think we miglit be able to interest
in the purchase of a piano or organ. We will write them or send a representative to see
them and if we succeed in selling them an instrument during the months of Septem
ber. October, November or December, 1909, we will give any Church, School, LodgO
or Society you may name, credit as follows:
For Each Grand Piano Sold 1000 Points .
Far Each Player Piano Sold 750 Point.
For Each Upright Piano Sold 500 Polnta
For Each Orjjaii 8oMi..J.;..... Points
The Pianos and OrganTwill be given to the Church, School, Lodge or Society se
curing the greatest number of points between Sept. 1st and Dec. 31st, 1909, inclusive.
Names of prospective buyers may be sen in at any time, and as soon as received at this
office will be entered on our records, and credited to the Church, School, (.odje or
Society indicated by the sender. If the same nameis sent in bv more than one
person, credit will be given to the first one received. tHfrHo today for full partioulart.
THE GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE BY ANY PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST.
The Bennett Company
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
TAKI ADVANTAGE Of
MAXES OF PIANOS WR REPRESENT:
Chii-ichino a Scut. Pui-KAnn, Ivm Toko. Kiikkmann
STIRLIMO H. 4 S. O. LlUnmAN, 1IUNTIKI.TOH. Kolll.ltR
AUrBKLL, Mlnil.MCHN. WaLWOTH, llAIVAKD. Ut.SllTT
CO PlAIIO, AVTOMAHO U KEtt AUTO-TMND PtAY PlAKO.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
SOLO ON KAfY
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